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STEVE TSHWETE 
LOCAL MUNICIPALITY 

MP 313 



ANNUAL BUDGET 
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MVMCIPACIW 

VISION 

To be the leading c ommunity driven municipality in the pr ovision of 

sustainable services and developmental programmes. 

MISSION STATEMENT 

We are committed to the total well-being of all our citizens through: 

■ Rendering affordable, cost-effective, accessible, efficient and q uality 
services; 

■ Effective mangement systems, procedures, skilled and motivated 
workforce; 

■ Maximizing infrastructural development through the uti lization of all 
available resources; 

■ Improving the quali ty of life by co-o rdinating youth, ge nder and soci al 
development programmes; 

■ Creating an enabling environment for economic growth and job creation; 

■ Ensuring effective community and relevant stakeholder particpation and 
co-operation; 

■ Compliance with the Batho-Pele Principles; and 

■ To strive to sust ain the fiduciary position ofthemunici pality towards 
achieving the clean audit. 

CORE VALUES 

■ To treat each other with dignity and respect at all times. 

■ To diligently apply the principles of “Batho Pele” in our citizens. 

■ To perform our duties with a sense of pride and honesty. 

■ To approach our responsibilities in a spirit of team work amongst ourselves 
and with other organs of state. 




STEVE TSHWETE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY 



BUDGET SPEECH 

2015/2016 Financial Year 


By the Executive Mayor 

M.A. Masina 

At the Council Meeting 
on 

Thursday, 28 May 2015 


BUDGET SPEECH 2015/2016 BY THE EXECUTIVE MAYOR OF STEVE 


TSHWETE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY, CLLR MIKE MASINA AT THE 

SYDNEY CHOMA BANQUET HALL ON THE 28/05/2015 


PROGRAMME DIRECTOR 
HONOURABLE SPEAKER 

MEMBERS OF THE MAYORAL COMMITTEE & FELLOW 
COUNCILLORS 

ANC PROVINCIAL SECRETARY 
SUB REGIONAL CONVENER 
THE ANCWL REGIONAL CHAIRPERSON 
AMAKHOSI PRESENT TODAY, BAYETHE!!! 

RELIGIOUS LEADERS 
CIRCUIT MANAGERS 

WARD COMMITTEE MEMBERS, CDW’S AND COMMUNITY-BASED 
ORGANIZATIONS 

THE ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER AND MUNICIPAL OFFICIALS 
DISTINGUISHED GUESTS AND BUSINESS COMMUNITY 
MEDIA AND CIVIL SOCIETY 
COMRADES AND COMPARIOTS 


Honourable Speaker, I am greatly honoured to be afforded this opportunity 
to deliver this noble budget speech for the 2015/2016 financial year. It is 
the Municipality’s fourth budget speech. I am honoured because this 
occasion is indicative of the fact that, in our service delivery race, we have 
turned the corner towards the end of the current term of office and at a 
reachable distance we can see the finishing line. 


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As we march towards the finishing line we march with pride, simply 
because unlike what we constantly see on our TV screens, read about in 
the newspapers and hear about on our radios, which is always complaints 
and dissatisfaction of communities about their municipalities, ours is a 
readable and impressive story of excellent service delivery to our people. 

However, being the progressive and world renowned nation that we are as 
South Africans, we were forced to hang our heads in shame when our 
country was once more gripped by the malicious and evil wave of 
XENOPHOBIA in the months of March and April 2015. Our integrity as one 
of the growing democracies was badly bruised when the world turned 
against us with a firm belief or conviction that we are a nation of murderers 
and human rights abusers. 

We are however not ashamed to accept that yes something went terribly 
wrong and that is not who we are, rather we are proud that we were willing 
to rise from the shame and disgrace, to declare our condemnation of the 
senseless killings and destruction of property belonging to innocent foreign 
nationals. 

We wish to seize this opportunity to join our Honourable President Jacob 
Zuma in expressing our deepest condolences and sympathies to the 
victims of XENOPHOBIA as well as the family members who lost their 
loved ones in these unfortunate attacks. In addition the Steve Tshwete 
Local Municipality would like to express its gratitude to our churches, 
schools, public and private entities in our area, that tirelessly spread the 
word of peace and respect for human dignity through prayer, classroom 
lessons and messages of goodwill to condemn and discourage 
XENOPHOBIA in our area. 


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201 5 is a monumental year in the history of our country. 


It is the 52 nd anniversary of the organisation of African Unity now known as 
African Union (AU) under the stewardship of our own Nkosazana Dlamini 
Zuma. 

It is also the 60 th anniversary of the Freedom Charter whose preamble is 
firmly enshrined in our constitution. 

In rallying behind the clarion call and concept contextualized 52 years ago 
and reiterated during the recent sitting of Pan African Parliament, let us 
sing along with Reggae Legend Bob Marley in the song titled “Africa Unite” 
when he says: 

“Africa Unite 
I say Africa Unite 
Unite for the benefit of 
your people” 


As we internalize this clarion call, let us remember how adoption of the 
freedom charter 60 years ago inspired revolutionaries across the globe to 
fight our struggle as if it was theirs. 


Let us equally sing along to the freedom charter inspired song titled “Equal 
Rights” by another Reggae Legend Peter Tosh when he says: 

“Ain’t gonna be no peace, 

till man gets equal rights and justice” 


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Let us further sing along to one more song titled “Not gonna give it up” 
when he says: 

“I will be fighting till 
Africa and Africans 
are free” 


With this, we have more than enough reasons to reject xenophobia 
contemptuously. 

Programme Director allow me to connect this audience to the untimely 
passing on of two of our dedicated Councillors, Councillors Joyce 
Nkambule and Oupa Motsepe for Wards 28 and 29 respectively. May their 
Souls rest in Peace. At national level we mourn the passing on and burial 
of the fallen liberation struggle Stalwart, MAMA RUTH MOMPATI. As a 
municipality that is led by the African National Congress we join the South 
African masses in paying tribute to this relentless giant that fought for 
freedom and unity for all. MAY HER SOUL REST IN PEACE. 

In his State of the Nation Address, the President of the Republic of South 
Africa, His Majesty J.G. Zuma gave the marching orders when he re- 
emphasized the importance of the Freedom Charter as a guiding document 
to address the Triple challenge of Poverty, Unemployment and Inequality in 
our communities. He said “The Year 2015 is the year of the Freedom 
Charter and unity in Action to Advance Economic Freedom.” 

He further stressed that 2015 is a year of going an extra mile in building a 
united, democratic, non-racial, non-sexist and prosperous South Africa. 


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As one of the tiers of government in the Republic of South Africa we 
strongly keep track of what is happening in our neighbouring states. We are 
also mindful of the impact that such developments may have on us in an 
instance where some displaced persons may wish to seek refuge in our 
country. We deeply symphathise with the miserable multitudes of people in 
countries such as Burundi, Rwanda, Sudan etc. we hope for a speedy 
resolution of the issues in these affected countries. We are grateful of the 
role that the South African government played in bringing peace and 
stability in Lesotho. We look forward that all forms of interventions in the 
region will yield positive results. 

As we will be presenting to you the budget for the 2015/2016 financial year, 
it is our strongest conviction that we should continuously bring our 
community on board on the legislation and policies that guide our 
operations. First and foremost we are informed by the National 
Development Plan popularly known as the NDP. We are further guided by 
the Municipal Finance Management Act No 56 of 2003 which states in 
Chapter 4 on Municipal Budgets, Section 16 (1) that: 

“The Council must for each financial year approve an annual budget for the 
Municipality before the start of that financial year” 


REPORT ON FINANCIAL AND FISCAL MANAGEMENT 

The Steve Tshwete Local Municipality prides itself with its culture and 
tradition of obtaining Clean Audits. It is my pleasure and honour to report 
that the municipality has once more hit its fifth Clean Audit in a row for the 
2013/2014 financial year. We are grateful that in as far as the Presidential 


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Programme of Back to Basics is concerned we are perfectly in line with one 
of its pillars which emphasize effective and efficient financial management. 

At this point in time I would like to move straight to the key areas of 
performance of the municipality in the year under review that is the 
2014/2015 financial year. 

Programme Director allow me to quote the Honourable Premier of our 
Province Mr D D Mabuza when he delivered the State of the Province 
address when he said “at the heart of integrated, sustainable human 
settlements is the provision of basic services such as water, 
sanitation and electricity to create decent living conditions for the 
people of the Province”. 

MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS 

The Steve Tshwete Local Municipality is making strides in the improvement 
of our means of communications. We believe that effective communication 
is at the Centre of good governance. If you do not inform your customers 
about your services, there is no way they can know what you plan to do for 
them, it can be how good but if it is not clearly and timeously 
communicated it is of no use, and it is at this level that wrong perception 
and misunderstandings are created. In March 2015 we had a High-Level 
Media and Communications Training Workshop wherein our political and 
administrative leaders were trained on communication skills. 

The municipality has just launched its brand new Municipal Apps today, 
which is another break through towards making sure that we reach out to 
our public. So if you own a smart phone you can download it right away 
and enjoy the luxury of accurate and up to date information. 


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LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES 


The Municipality wishes to share information with you Ladies and 
Gentlemen on Initiatives that we are rolling out to raise the bar on efforts to 
improve our economic growth and reduce the unemployment. 

In 2014 we hosted a Business Breakfast in Middelburg and an International 
Investment Symposium in Sandton. We are on a mission of attracting 
investors because we believe that we can offer a conducive environment 
for business to thrive, thanks to our excellent governance, political stability 
and maximal service delivery levels. 

The Municipal is also engage in the process of having Hotel services in the 
area so as to boost our revenue, create job opportunity etc. 

In March 2015 we conducted a Job and Skills Development Summit. We 
are delighted to pronounce that the Summit yielded positive results i.e. the 
establishment of a Steering Committee comprising of various stakeholders. 
The Municipality has also embarked on a Skills Audit Programme in all the 
wards. The Programme started on the 05 th of May and will be concluded 
by 30 June 2015. It gives me pleasure that as a responsive government, 
we continuously respond to the needs of our community. 

We have special guests in our midst, people that are always having our 
interest at heart with regards to issues of development in the Steve 
Tshwete area. I acknowledge the presence of Ms Dannie Masuku and Ms 
JD Mahlangu. Ladies you are welcome to freely enjoy the proceedings and 
the lovely meals that we are going to serve and the end of the program. 

SAFETY AND SECURITY PROGRAMMES 

Matter of Safety and Security are of a great importance to us. Our 
business and social, communities need to be protected at all times. We 

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recently conducted our Safety and Security Summit. We believe in a 
protected and well secured environment for economic growth and 
sustainability. We work with various stakeholders to bring to book those 
that break the law or conduct themselves in an unbecoming manner. We 
also have law enforcement programmes to enforce by-laws as well. 

1. INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS 

1.1 ELECTRICITY 

The municipality has managed to complete the following 
projects: 

• Links to Mhluzi Shopping Mall 

• Reabota Upgrade 

• Mhluzi Upgrade, 200m of Low voltage cable was replaced 
in Matailen to ensure reliable supply and to reduce the 
number of power interruptions 

• Electrification of Rockdale Extension 2 

• Replacement of MV cable in Duiker Street (300m) 

• Replacement of Mini Substation 

• Electrification of the Industrial Park (SAE) 

• Asco Low Voltage Cables 

• Replace 1 1 KV switch gear (Japie Grelying) 

1.2 ROADS AND STORM WATER PROJECTS 

In this category some of our projects are still underway, they 
will be completed by 30 June 2015. We have the projects lined 
up as follows: - 


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• Roads and storm water : In Low income areas in Mhluzi 
Extension 6, Tokologo, Middelburg , Extension 24 and 
Kwazamokuhle. 

• Roads : In Aerorand , in Selati, Sterspruit, Stormrivier, 
Kunene, Tarka and Mkuze streets 

• Roads: In Extension 18 Garnet and Pearl Streets Phase 
4. 

• Rebuilding of Roads : Hoog Street 

• Roads and Storm water: In Kranspoort, Presidenstrus, 
Mnotho Road Phase 2 Extension 11, Middelburg 
extensions 34, 35 and 36. 

1.3 WATER AND SEWERAGE 

“ Water is Life and Sanitation is dignity” 

Water is regarded at the most essential part of our lives. The 

municipality is proud to report that we are doing very well in this 

regard. The following projects are underway and due for 

completion very soon. 

• Bulk water supply : In Rockdale 

• Bulk water supply : Reservoir at Rietfontein serving the 
communities of Tokologo, Mhluzi Extension 5 and 6 

• Replacement of old AC pipes in Mhluzi (Mathailen) 6 400 
m was covered . 

• Vaalbank and Boskrans Developments are also a major 
breakthrough for the Municipality. 


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The municipality is grateful with this achievement of infrastructure 
maintenance as it was a clear and well thought objective of giving attention 
to the aging infrastructure. This move will assist in the mitigation of future 
disasters which may have a negative impact on the community as well as 
our economy. 

1.4 PARKS . RECREATION 

The Steve Tshwete Local Municipality believes in healthy 

minds in healthy bodies , with the following projects we 

believe our objective will be met:- 

• Park developments: Tokologo, Reabota, Cosmos Dam, 
Hendrina and Kwaza, the parks include playing 
equipments, landscaping and tree planting. 

• Park Upgrades: Mhluzi , Lions Park, Aerorand and 
Olifants River Front . 

• Basic Sports Facilities: Mathailen in Mhluzi and Rockdale. 

• Upgrades: Kees Taljaard Stadium, Nasaret Stadium, 
Sikhulilwe and Indoor Complex. 

Cemetery Upgradings: Fences, Ablution and roads have been 

improved in the Nasaret, Fontein and Avalon cemeteries. 

1.5 BUILDING SERVICES 

• On our buildings, we always aim at maintaining them so 
as to ensure safety, and security. 

• We are also champions on Green Buildings and striving 
at all costs to save on energy and water usage. 

• We are currently participants in the ICLEI Programme 
which promotes the use of alternative energy sources. 


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The following are examples of buildings that have been 

upgraded and given a much more credible image: 

• Adelaide Tambo MPCC Extension 7 

• Doornkop Thusong Centre (MPCC) 

• Mhluzi Offices 

• Sports Clubhouses 

• Public toilets in the CBD area 

1.6 PROJECT AND PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT: 

INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAMME AND EXPANDED 

PUBLIC WORKS 

• The Municipality is playing a pivotal role in poverty 

eradication Programmes. Through the MIG Programme 
the municipality is striving to maximise opportunities for 
employment creation and enterprise development. 

• The following infrastructure projects were put in place: 

Roads & Storm water in Mhluzi and Tokologo 
Parks 

MPCC at Doornkop 

Refuse transfer station at Rockdale 

• The Extended Public Works Programme is a key 
government initiative which contributes to government 
policy priorities in terms of decent work and sustainable 
livelihoods. 

• In total the Municipality created R 1, 280 work 
opportunities which resulted to 242 Full Time Equivalents 
through the implementation of our Capital and 
Infrastructure Projects in the 2014/2015 financial year. 


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• An exciting feature of these programmes was the 
Municipality’s receipt of an Award at the EPWP 
National Kgomoso Awards for the best performing 
Municipality in the Social Sector. 

HUMAN SETTLEMENT 

• The municipality through the support provided by the Province it 

managed to co-ordinate the provision of housing opportunities to 
348 applicants. This resulted in the reduction of the housing backlog 
significantly. 

• Along with the construction of houses, the objective of job creation 

was achieved. 

• The municipality was also able to attract the private sector through its 

IDP processes, this led to EXXARO and BHP Billiton’s provision of 
houses in Sikhululiwe Village and Rockdale respectively. 

• 200 Stands were made available to Shanduka and 100 houses are 

already built. 

One more remarkable achievement in this section is the Govan Mbeki 
Award wherein our Municipality was recognized for excellent performance 
in the development of Human Settlements Nationally and Provincially. 

The Municipality has also been recognized by SALGA for good 
governance. 

The Municipality was also Nationally identified to give a presentation at the 
National Local Government Summit on how the Municipality is managed. 
The Executive Mayor gave an elaborate and moving presentation which 
won the hearts of many municipalities. 


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The Executive Mayor also visited South Korea in April 2015 to attend the 
ICLEI World Congress on the green economy initiative 

EMERGENCY AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT SERVICES 

The Municipality can openly declare that we have confidence in the 
Emergency and Disaster Management Services that we are providing to 
the community. It is certain that damage to property is drastically minimized 
and loss of life is avoided where the circumstances permit. The following 
services are carried out: 

• Call taking and dispatching of the force to give assistance to 

distressed communities. 

• Extrication services in vehicles accident scenes 

• Veld fire Management 

• Pumping of water from open water sources 

• Fire fighting operations 

• 7 Additional fire fighters for the Middelburg and Hendrina stations 

were appointed. 

LIBRARY SERVICES 

• Reading Nations are winning Nations, services and facilities in our 

libraries have grown in leaps and bounds. 

• Book stocks have increased dramatically to enhance education, and 

this contributes to the improvement of the pass rate in schools and 
tertiary institutions. 

• Library facilities have also received a cosmetic face lift to create a 

conducive environment for learners and general users, this 
contributes a great deal in the improvement of the mood and 
attitude of users towards reading and research projects. 


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• Technological machinery such as copiers have been procured to 

provide learners with adequate learning material. 

CULTURAL SERVICES 

• Steve Tshwete is highly motivated by our communities’ desires and 

enthusiasm in expressing their cultural aspirations, values and 
norms. 

• The Community Services Directorate is giving support and 

recognition to individuals that have performed exceptionally well. 

• We invited a highly talented musical group named WOYELA, these 

are highly inspired musicians who have received recognition at a 
Provincial level. 

• They have undertaken performance tours in Swaziland, Botswana and 

Zimbabwe. 

• They were nominated twice for the Mpumalanga Gospel Awards. 

• In our midst we also have a legend in the making that is none other 

than the great local gospel singer Mr. Jay Jay Mnisi. 

• His musical talents are receiving country wide support and 

recognition, he has made several appearances on Gospel 
Channels on National TV. In several newspaper articles, he is 
commended for the good work that he is doing, not for himself 
only, but also to nurture the talent of youngsters who are very 
close to his heart. 

TRAFFIC AND LICENSING 

• On licensing, the municipality managed to upgrade the Testing 

Station and this has tremendously improved the quality of 
Licensing Services 

• Motorcycle license testing equipment was also procured. 

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• On Traffic, there has been a replacement of vehicles to the value of R 

11 000 000.00, and this has contributed immensely towards 
efficient and effective law enforcement operations. 

• Four (4) new Traffic lights have been installed to improve the flow of 

traffic at intersections of the following streets: Pongola, Orange, 
Jeppe, Verdoorn, Boncker, Koets and Adelaide. 

ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT 

• The Municipality is proud to report that it is making great progress in 

assisting households with Waste Removal Services. 

• An additional 658 households are provided with basic waste 

collection services. 

• 15 016 households are currently benefitting on the garden waste 

removal. 

• A feasibility study has been conducted for the establishment of a 

disposal facility in the Hendrina area. This is going to reduce the 
costs of transporting waste to the Middelburg landfill site. 

• The Municipality has appointed street cleaning personnel through the 

EPWP Programme. 

• 14 waste Minimisation campaigns are conducted at schools and in 

the community at large. 

• A total of 41 1 3 tonnages of recyclable were collected from the Landfill 

site and Buy-Back Centre. 

• Transfer Stations in Dennesig have been put up. 


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SPECIAL PROGRAMME 


The Municipality through its Special Programme Unit has accomplished the 
following milestones in partnership with external stakeholders. 

• 137 ECD Teachers were trained by Unisa in the 2014/15 financial 

year. 

• 10 RDP houses were handed over to child headed families and 

victims of abuse. 

• Steve Tshwete is in an unpleasant state with regards to HIV/AIDS 

prevalence. We are leading in the Province with appalling rate of 
52.3%. 

• We therefore have various activities that are conducted to try and 

bring these figures down. 

• To mention a few of such activities, the Municipality is playing a 

leading role to steer the Local Aids Council and all its 
Programmes. 

• 5 Women in Steve Tshwete were recognized by the Office of the 

Premier and received certificates on Social Development, Job 
creation, Art and Culture. 

• The Victim Support Centre also receives great support from the 

Municipality, 4 roomed Park homes were handed over to the 
Centre. 


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• The Mpumalanga Government Outreach that took place in 2014, also 
gave a lot of support to destitute families in the area such as 
providing furniture and food parcels to the vulnerable person. 

YOUTH DEVELOPMENT 

Our municipality has a rich history of giving special attention to issues that 
are significant in the lives of young people. We believe investing in our 
Youth at a very large scale because that is where our future leaders will 
come from. We pride ourselves this evening to reflect on Developmental 
Programmes that were successfully carried out in to 2014/2015 financial 
year. We refer here to the Career Expo held in-conjunction with the 
Middelburg Chamber of Commerce and Industry. We believe that it is 
through such initiatives that our learners will receive assistance on accurate 
information to make relevant career choices. We also partner with various 
stakeholders such as the MRTT, Department of Labour and the Desmond 
Tutu Leadership Foundation in the provision of skills development and 
Learnership programmes. 

The Municipality in partnership with external Stakeholders has sports 
programmes that aim at keeping our youngsters fit and away from 
destructive social activities such as the use the use of drugs, alcohol and 
premature sexual engagements. 

We are delighted this evening that in our midst we have one of our local 
soccer legends Mr Mathunyane popular known as Schoolboy. We are 
proud of the recent occasion that took place at Eric Jiyane on 15 June 2015 
wherein a Soccer Tournament in his name was launched. 

As a retired educator and soccer player he continues to contribute to the 
development of talent amongst the young ones. 


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We wish the coordinators and sponsors of this newly launched Tournament 
great success in its endeavor to expose our talented youngsters to 
opportunities that will further unleash their potential. Thank you Mr 
Mathunyane and your partners for this noble vision. 

With regards to our Matric Pass Rate, as a Municipality we continue to 
experience good performance and significant improvement in schools that 
we historically known as not performing, we currently rate number three (3) 
in the Province with a pass rate of 85% and there are great opportunities to 
move to a higher level. We wish to extend our gratitude to the Private 
Sector that is fully behind our schools with extra classes and bursaries. 
Two (2) learners in our area have been awarded bursaries by Optimum 
Colliery as a gesture to appreciate and encourage outstanding 
performance, the Executive Mayor also awarded learners that took the lead 
in obtain high levels of performance. 

ECONOMIC (MUNICIPAL OUTLOOK) 

Given the constrains in our over stretched resources the Premier “it is 

imperative that we focus on enhancing efficiencies throughout the 
system to be able to do more with less. We will implement stringent 
measures to cut wastages and duplication”. 

As Steve Tshwete Local Municipality the writing is on the wall, our work 
speaks for itself, however with this Budget 2015/16 we recommit ourselves 
to the Premiers call to “do more with less” 

The economic outlook remains uncertain. The economic annual growth 
continued to slow down, recording only 1,5%, the weakest performance 
since the global financial crisis. 


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Growth projections suggest growth could rebound to 2% late in 2015 taking 
into account the completion of major government projects and new 
investments. 

The latest inflation rate of 4,5% is projected to increase considering the rise 
in taxes and fuel levies. 

The weaker exchange rate is a risk to the inflation outlook and although the 
interest rate did not increase recently, the Reserve Bank are under 
pressure to increase the base rate. 

The official unemployed rate increase to 26,4% and remains the biggest 
concern. The gross domestic product (GDP) attributes to the increase 
pressure on the unemployment rate. The main contributors in the declined 
economic activity are the mining and manufacturing industries. 

The private sector remains the main contributor to job creation whilst local 
government supports employment through the expanded public works 
programme to provide short-term work opportunities. 

The National Development Framework Plan has been adopted for 
economic and social development and confirms government commitment 
to increase spending to address the economic challenges. 

In support to this framework, the municipality: 

• Will maintain and accelerate public infrastructure investment; 

• Develop and revise future spatial plans; 

• Expand the public works programme and community work program; 
and 


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Put systems in place to attract more investors. 




The current economic climate has a negative impact on the municipality 
growth projections and more and more residents become dependent on 
social grants and support. 

In view of the above factors, municipal revenue and cash flows are 
expected to remain under pressure and revenue and cash receipts were 
conservatively projected. 

One of the key focus areas with the budget process was to limit 
expenditure and tariff increases, but still be able to maintain the current 
levels of services. 

COMING TO THE 2015/2016 MEDIUM TERM BUDGET ITSELF 


Programme Director, it is my pleasure to submit to you the budget for the 
2015/2016 period. 

This is very tight budget aimed to ensure levels of revenue are maintained 
to ensure continuation of current basic service levels and in doing so by 
following the guidelines issued by the National Treasury in the 2015/2016 
Budget Circular. 

This Medium Term Budget is linked to the IDP for the period up to 2017 
which indicates the direction we as a Council navigates towards achieving 
the following goals: 

• Creating a municipality which is through its financial and human 
capital, together with all other resources, totally focused on the well- 
being of all its citizens; 


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• Economic growth and poverty alleviation; 

• All residents enjoy the best possible level of municipal services; and 

• Creating a space with which a caring society is economically, spatially, 
environmentally and socially integrated and developed. 

The following constitute the key budget focus areas: 

• Cost reductions to ensure affordable tariffs; 

• Social support to those residents who cannot afford to pay for services; 

• Continuous infrastructure development to upgrade ageing networks as 
well as the maintenance thereof; 

• Intensification of job creation activities through the implementation of 
capital projects and the expanded public works programme; 

• Good governance and clean administration; 

• Continuous efforts to ensure high collection of debt. 

Our revenue base remains under pressure and needs to be expanded over 
the medium term to sustain the financial position of the municipality. We 
once more call upon our residents to show their support by prioritising 
payment of municipal services to build a better future in improving the living 
conditions of all residents. 

Programme Director, I am pleased to announce that the budget is balanced 
and fully funded with a net surplus of R91 125 and a projected cash 
balance of R21 6-million. 

The municipality remains committed to maintain infrastructure and an 
amount of R74,1 -million is budgeted for this purposes whilst R97, 7-million 
of the capital budget will be used for the renewal of existing assets. 


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The new budget herewith presented amounts to R1, 4-billion for operating 
expenditure and R236, 4-million for capital, totalling R1, 6-billion. 

The municipal allocation in terms of the equitable share increased with 
R16, 1-million to R1 19,9-million and is mainly used to provide relief to 
indigent households at an amount of approximately R7, 4-million per month. 

Infrastructure grants amount to R61 ,5-million and transfers to build and 
enhance capacity in local government amount to R2, 5-million. 

Over the next three years the municipality plans to spend R708, 6-million on 
various capital programmes as informed by the I DP. The key capital 
expenditures amongst the various functions of the municipality for the 
201 5/201 6 financial year are: 

• R52, 3-million for roads and storm water infrastructural development 

R26, 8-million will go mainly towards the construction of 5 kilometres of 
new roads in Aerorand, Mhluzi, Kwazamokuhle, Tokologo and 
Rockdale. R5, 5-million for storm water systems and R8, 6-million to 
upgrade and renew existing infrastructure. 

• R32,1 -million for sewerage purification and reticulation 

The budget will focus on the improvement of effluent quality and 
monitoring as well as the upgrade of the existing network. It is planned 
to provide bulk services and sewer network to 1100 stands in 
Newtown, 395 stands in Kwazamokuhle extension 8 and to commence 
with the second phase of the Boskrans waste water treatment works to 
increase the treatment capacity to 45ml per day. 


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R64, 6-million for electricity infrastructural development 




The budget amongst other things will be used to improve area lighting 
at a cost of R7,7 with high masts lighting planned for Mountainview 
and Rockville, Mafube and Thutukani as well as the provision of R30,5- 
million for the electrification of 1000 houses at Rockdale, Newtown and 
Kwazamokuhle extension 1. 

• R1 4,5-million for governance and administration 

The allocation includes R2, 3-million to maintain and strengthen the IT 
network and infrastructure and R6, 8-million to upgrade municipal 
buildings. 

• R31, 1-million for community facilities and public safety 

The budget will target the development of basic sport facilities, 
upgrade and development of new parks and the maintenance of our 
cemeteries. For public safety the municipality will continue to construct 
new speed humps and new traffic signals to improve the traffic flow. 

• R33, 4-million for water infrastructural development 

An amount of R3, 2-million is provided to replace old water pipe lines. 
R1 1,3-million to provide new reservoir at Kwazamokuhle extension 9 
and servicing of 800 stands at Newtown and Kwazamokuhle extension 
8. Another R5-million is provided to increase the water capacity at 
Middelburg. 

• R1 4,9-million for refuse removal 


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The municipality will continue to address illegal dumping and expand 
the garden refuse removal project to Nasaret and Extension 24. An 
amount of R6, 5-million is made available to purchase three new refuse 
compactor vehicles to improve on the refuse removal services. 

TARIFF INCREASES 


Programme Director, in order to continue providing sustainable services, 
the municipality should be in a position to cover costs associated with the 
provision of services. In this regard some cost drivers may necessitate 
increases above CPI. 

It is on this basis that tariffs are reviewed in order to ensure sufficient cash 
is generated to remain focused on effective service delivery that is 
economical and equitable to all communities. 

Tariffs for services must be cost reflective and additional revenue by means 
of proposed rates and tariffs of R94, 6-million had to be sought to balance 
the budget. 

The proposed tariff adjustments to fully recover costs are: 

• 6,35 average increase for sewerage. 

• 12,2% average increase for electricity. This might change pending the 
electricity regulator (NERSA) decision on Eskom additional price 
increase application. 

• 1 1 ,85% average increase for refuse removal. 

• 6,6% average increase for property rates. 

• 1 7,75% average increase for water. 


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Programme Director, it is important that our ratepayer must derive value for 
money out of these increases, therefore the municipality undertake not to 
do business as usual, but rather focus on doing more with less in delivery 
quality services: 

• Clean water provision must be improved. 

• Electricity and area lighting must be supplied with minimal interruption. 

• Grass must be cut and picked up regularly. 

• Waste must be collected as per schedule and neatly. 

• Potholes must be properly fixed within 48 hours. 

There will always be challenges and our needs remain many but our 
resources are unfortunately limited. As the ANC-led government we will 
remain committed in running a clean, accountable and effective 
administration. 

Programme Director, Ladies and gentlemen this is the 2015/2016 budget 
that the Steve Tshwete Local Municipality is presenting to you based on the 
developmental needs of our communities. 

CONCLUSION 

Honourable speaker the best recipe for success is a collective effort 
towards the same goal perhaps I should acknowledge that this is first 
budget without our former Municipal Manager Mr Willie Fouche, once more 
we will be forever grateful to his contribution to the success of this 
institution. 

Honourable Speaker allow me to appreciate the contribution and hard work 
of Acting Municipal Manager, his Executive Directors, 


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the entire management of Steve Tshwete Municipality and of course the 
foot soldiers on the ground it is their hard work that makes us shine. 

In relations to this occasion special thanks goes to the Financial 
Department under the fowardship of the CFO, Ms Elmari Wassermann. 

Honourable speaker even with this budget the 2015/16 budget vote we 
continue to pursue our vision “to be the best community driven municipality 
in the provision of sustainable developmental programmes. 

I believe we will show same commitment to conclude the current council 
term in a high note. 

Mahatma Gandhi had this to say about serving the people “the best way 
to find yourself is to lose yourselves in the service of others”. 

I Thank you, ngiyabonga !!!!!!! 

GOOD NIGHT 


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ABBREVIATIONS OF SOURCES OF FUNDING 

CRR 

Capital Replacement Reserve 



CRR (Ad Hoc) 

Capital Replacement Reserve (Ad Hoc) 



CRR (Rev) 

Capital Replacement Reserve (Revenue) 



CRR (Services) 

Capital Replacement Reserve (Services) 



EEDSM 

Energy Effieciecy Grant 



EFF 

External Financing Fund 



EFF (Ad Hoc) 

External Financing Fund (Ad Hoc) 



EFF (CF) 

External Financing Fund (Counter Funding) 



EPW 

Expanded Public Works Programme 



FMG 

Finance Management Grant 



INEP 

Integrated National Electricity Program 



INS 

Insurance Fund 



MIG 

Municipal Infrastructure Grant 



MSIG 

Municipal Systems Improvement Grant 



NDM 

Nkangala District Municipality 



NDPG 

Neighbourhood Development Partnership Grant 




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Functional Codes 


National Treasury Functions 


EXECUTIVE & COUNCIL 


EXECUTIVE & COUNCIL 


Main Sub Votes 


Council Functions 



BUDGET & TREASURY OFFICES 


CORPORATE SERVICES 


PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT 


PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT 




COUNCILS GENERAL 

MAYORAL ADMINISTRATION 


INTERNAL AUDIT 

DEPUTY MUNICIPAL MANAGER 


MUNICIPAL MANAGER 

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR COMMUNITY SERVICES 


EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES 
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR CORPORATE SERVICES 


LEGAL & ADMINISTRATION 

VALUATIONS 


AREA MANAGER SOUTHERN REGION 


200 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FINANCIAL SERVICES 


HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 


MUNICIPAL OFFICES: MHLUZI 

MUN.OFFICES:INFRASTRUCTURE 


24 HOUR CONTROL CENTRE 

MUNICIPAL OFFICES HENDRINA/KWA 


COAL RESERVES 

HOSTELS:RENT UNITS 


SERVICE CENTRE 

FIXED PROPERTY 


SHOWGROUNDS 

SALE OF LAND MIDDELBURG TOWNLANDS 


SALE OF LAND MHLUZI EXT 2 

SALE OF LAND MHLUZI EXT 4 


SALE OF LAND MHLUZI EXT 5 

SALE OF LAND MHLUZI EXT 6 


SALE OF LAND MHLUZI EXT 8 

SALE OF LAND MHLUZI EXT 3 


SALE OF LAND KWAZAMOKUHLE EXT 3 
SALE OF LAND EASTDENE 


SALE OF LAND HENDRINA TOWN 

SALE OF LAND HENDRINA EXT 1 


SALE OF LAND MIDDELBURG EXT 11 

SALE OF LAND MIDDELBURG EXT 24 


SALE OF LAND AERORAND 

SALE OF LAND MIDDELBURG EXT 16 


SALE OF LAND MIDDELBURG EXT 18 

SALE OF LAND MIDDELBURG EXT 21 


SALE OF LAND MIDDELBURG EXT 23 

SALE OF LAND KWAZAMOKUHLE EXT 6 


SALE OF LAND EASTDENE 1 

SALE OF LAND MIDDELBURG EXT 26 


SALE OF LAND NASARET 

SALE OF LAND NASARET EXT 1 


SALE OF LAND KWAZA PROPER 

SALE OF LAND KWAZA EXT 5 


MIG PROJECT MANAGEMENT UNIT 

"communications 


GRANTS-IN-AID AND DONATIONS 

FINANCIAL DATA PROCESSING 


FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT GRANT(FMG) 
MSIG GRANT 


VUNA AWARDS 

LGTF GRANT 


SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT 

INSURANCE 


SECURITY SERVICES 

CIVIL ENGINEERING SERVICES 


WORKS TRANSPORT 


INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PLAN (IDP) 
LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (LED) 


LED GRANT 

TOWN PLANNING 


IDP 

CODE 



GC1 


GC1 



GC1 


GC1 



GC1 


GC1 



GC1 


GC1 



125 

PERSONNEL HOUSING 


150 

MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS 


BT 

BT2000 


BT 


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National Treasury Functions 

Main 

Sub 

Votes 

Council Functions 

New 

Main 

New 

Sub 

IDP 

CODE 






HEALTH 

msm 


HL 



HEALTH OTHER 

CLINICS 

HL 

HO 

400 

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SERVICES 

HL 

HO 

SD2 

HL 

CL 

440 

CLINIC:CIVIC CNTR, E/DENE, NASAR 

HL 

CL 

SD2 

HL 

CL 

441 

CLI NICS:MHLUZI, SI MUNYE, MOBILE 

HL 

CL 

SD2 

HL 

CL 

442 

CLINIC HENDRINA KWAZAMOKHULE 

HL 

CL 

SD2 

COMMUNITY & SOCIAL SERVICES 

cs 


cs 



CULTURAL SERVICES 

EVENTS & FACILITIES 

CEMETERIES & CREMATORIUMS 

AGED CARE 

OTHER SOCIAL 

CS 

LB 

140 

LIBRARIES 

CS 

LB 

SD3 

CS 

HA 

161 

FACILITY & EVENTS MANAGEMENT 

CS 

HA 

SD3 

cs 


505 

PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENTAL DEVELOPMENT: CEMETERIES 

cs 

CM 

SD3 

HS 

HS 

221 

RENTAL SCHEME RIVIERPARK 

cs 

AC 

SD3 

HS 

HS 

222 

RENTAL SCHEME VERGEET-MY-NIE 

cs 

AC 

SD3 

FA 

OA 

116 

DEVELOPMENTAL OFFICER YOUTH 

cs 

OS 

SD3 

FA 

OA 

117 

GENDER & SOCIAL MANAGER 

cs 

OS 

SD3 

EX 

mu 

218 

UMSOBOMVU YOUTH CENTRE 

cs 

OS 

SD3 

HUMAN SETTLEMENT 



HS 



HUMAN SETTLEMENT 

HS 

HS 

220 

N H F LETTING SCHEME(SUB-ECON) 

HS 

HS 

SD3 

HS 

HS 

223 

NEW SUB-ECON. SCHEME 

HS 

HS 

SD3 

HS 

HS 

224 

EASTDENE N H F LETTING SCHEME 

HS 

HS 

SD3 

HS 

HS 

225 

NASARET N H F SHOPS 

HS 

HS 

SD3 

HS 

HS 

226 

NASARET N H F CRECHE 

HS 

HS 

SD3 

HS 

HS 

227 

NASARET N H F LETTING SCHEME 

HS 

HS 

SD3 

HS 


452 

HUMAN SETTLEMENT 

HS 

HS 

SD3 

HS 


453 

RDP DEVELOPMENTS 

HS 

HS 

SD3 



454 

MUN ACCRED CAPACITY ENHANCEMEN 

HS 

HS 

SD3 

HS 


460 

SQUATTER CONTROL 

HS 

HS 

SD3 

PUBLIC SAFETY 

PS 


PS 



POLICE 

EMERGENCY SERVICES 

STREET LIGHTING 

PS 

TR 

310 

TRAFFIC 

PS 

TR 

SD4 

PS 

PF 

515 

EMERGENCY SERVICES 

PS 

PF 

SD4 

ED 

■m 

731 

STREET LIGHTING 

PS 

SL 

SD4 

SPORT & RECREATION 



PK 



PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENTAL DEVELOPMENT 

PK 

PK 

530 

SPORTS GROUNDS 

PK 

PK 

SD3 

PK 

PK 

533 

PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENTAL DEVELOPMENT: PARKS 

PK 

PK 

SD3 

PK 

PK 

534 

BOTSHABELO NATURE RESERVE 

PK 

PK 

SD3 

PK 

PK 

539 

PARKS TRANSPORT 

PK 

PK 

SD3 


WASTE MANAGEMENT 



WM 



SOLID WASTE 

FA 


219 

CLEANEST TOWN COMPETITION 

WM 

RR 

SD5 

WM 

RR 

420 

CLEANSING:REFUSE REMOVAL 

WM 

RR 

SD5 






RR2000 

PA5 

WM 


421 

CLEANSING:REFUSE HENDRINA /KWAZA 

WM 

RR 

SD5 

WM 


422 

CLEANSING:VILLAGES/RURAL 

WM 

RR 

SD5 

WM 


425 

STREET CLEANSING 

WM 

RR 

SD5 

WM 


430 

DUMPING SITE 

WM 

RR 

SD5 

WASTE WATER MANAGEMENT 

in 


ww 



SANITATION 

PUBLIC TOILETS 

ww 


546 

SANITATION HENDINA/KWAZAMOKUHLE 

ww 

SR 

SD6 

ww 


547 

SANITATION: VILLAGES & RURAL 

ww 

SR 

SD6 

ww 


550 

SANITATION 

ww 

SR 

SD6 






SR2000 

PA4 

ww 

SR 

551 

SANITATION: CONNECTIONS 

ww 

SR 

SD6 

ww 

SR 

552 

SANITATION: PURIFICATION 

ww 

SR 

SD6 

ww 

SR 

553 

SANITATION: PURIFICATION HENDRINA 

ww 

SR 

SD6 

ww 

PT 

410 

PUBLIC TOILETS 

ww 

PT 

SD6 

ROAD TRANSPORT 

TP 


TP 



VEHICLE LICENSING & TESTING 

ROADS & STORMWATER 

ROADS OTHER 

TP 

LT 


LICENSING 

TP 

LT 

SD7 

TP 

RD 


ROADS & STORM WATER 

TP 

RD 

SD7 

TP 

RD 


SUNDRY PRIVATE JOBS 

TP 

RD 

SD7 

TP 

RD 


ROADS & STORM WATER:HENDRINA 

TP 

RD 

SD7 

TP 

RD 


ROADS & STORM WATER:VILLAGES 

TP 

RD 

SD7 

TP 

RO 


RAILWAY LINES 

TP 

RO 

SD7 

TP 

RO 

557 

TAXI TERMINALS 

TP 

RO 

SD7 

WATER 

m 


TW 



WATER DISTRIBUTION 

WATER STORAGE 

TW 


560 

WATER:GENERAL 

TW 

WD 

SD8 






WD2000 

PA3 

TW 


562 

WATER:COLUMBUS & OTHER 

TW 

WD 

SD8 

TW 


565 

WATER:CONNECTIONS 

TW 

WD 

SD8 

TW 


566 

WATER GENERAL HENDRINA/KWAZA 

TW 

WD 

SD8 

TW 


567 

WATER:VILLAGES & RURAL 

TW 

WD 

SD8 

TW 


561 

WATER:RESERVOIRS & PURIFICATIO 

TW 

WP 

SD8 

TW 


563 

WATER:PURIFICATION KRUGERDAM 

TW 

WP 

SD8 

TW 


564 

WATER:BULK SUPPLY M.BURG DAM 

TW 

WP 

SD8 

TW 

MM 

571 

WATER PURIFICATION HENDRINA/KW 

TW 

WP 

SD8 

ELECTRICITY 

ED 


ED 



ELECTRICITY DISTRIBUTION 

ED 


700 

ELECTRICITY:GENERAL 

ED 

ER 

SD9 






ESI 

PA2 

ED 

ER 

705 

ELECTRICITY:SUNDRIES 

ED 

ER 

SD9 

ED 

ER 

710 

ELECTRICITY CONNECTIONS 

ED 

ER 

SD9 

ED 

ER 

750 

ELECTRICITY TRANSPORT 

ED 

ER 

SD9 


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C38/05/2015 

FINANCES: ANNUAL BUDGET FOR THE 2015/2016 TO 2017/2018 FINANCIAL 
YEARS 

5/1/1/8 (B)/ls 

RESOLVED BY COUNCIL 


1. THAT the annual budget for the 2015/2016 MTREF for the different votes be 
approved and adopted as set out by the following tables: 


1.1 

Table Al : 

Budget summary 

1.2 

Table A2 : 

Budgeted financial performance 

1.3 

Table A3 : 

Budget financial performance (municipal vote) 

1.4 

Table A4 : 

Budget financial performance by revenue source and 
expenditure type 

1.5 

Table A5 : 

Budgeted capital expenditure by vote 

1.6 

Table A6 : 

Budgeted financial position 

1.7 

Table A7 : 

Budgeted cash flows 

1.8 

Table A8 : 

Cash backed reserves / accumulate surplus reconciliation 

1.9 

Table A9 : 

Asset management 

1.10 

Table A10: 

Consolidated basic service delivery measurement 


2. THAT in terms of Section 75A of the Local Government Municipal Systems 
Act, 32 of 2000, interest be recover ed on amounts outstanding for periods 
longer that thirty (30) days on all debtor accounts at a rate equal to the prime 
bank overdraft rate from the bank as applicable to the bank ac count of the 
Council from time to time. 


3. THAT in terms of Section 75A of the Local Government Municipal Systems 
Act, 32 of 2000 and Section 24 of the Loc al Government municipal Property 
Rates Act, 6 of 2004, approv es and adopts with effect from 1 July 2015 that 
property tax be levied on the market value of all rateable properties subject to 
the allowed rebates, exemptions and reductions as follows: 


3.1 Category 


Rate Applicable 


3.1.1 Residential with the exclusion of the 
first R15 000 of assessed market value 

3.1.2 Government owned residential with the 
exclusion of the first R15 000 of 
assessed market value 


0,0095 cent in the Rand 
0,0095 cent in the Rand 


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3.1.3 

Residential - 2 nd dwelling 

0,0095 

cent in the Rand 

3.1.4 

Government residential - 2 nd dwelling 

0,0095 

cent in the Rand 

3.1.5 

Duets not subject to a sectional title 
scheme 

0,0095 

cent in the Rand 

3.1.6 

Government duets not subject to 
sectional title scheme 

0,0095 

cent in the Rand 

3.1.7 

Residential : home business 

0,0095 

cent in the Rand 

3.1.8 

Vacant land earmarked for residential 

0,0143 

cent in the Rand 

3.1.9 

Illegal usage 

0,0333 

cent in the Rand 

3.1.10 

Accommodation establishments 

0,0119 

cent in the Rand 

3.1.11 

Business and commercial including 
government owned 

0,0285 

cent in the Rand 

3.1.12 

Industrial 

0,0238 

cent in the Rand 

3.1.13 

Industrial special 

0,0190 

cent in the Rand 

3.1.14 

Farms including agricultural small 
holdings used for agricultural / 
residential purposes 

0,0024 

cent in the Rand 

3.1.15 

Farms including agricultural small 
holdings used for eco-tourism / trading 
in or hunting of game 

0,0143 

cent in the Rand 

3.1.16 

Farms including agricultural small 
holdings used for business / 
commercial / industrial purposes 

0,0285 

cent in the Rand 

3.1.17 

Farm including agricultural small 
holdings used for any other than the 
specified purposes 

0,0024 

cent in the Rand 

3.1.18 

Mining 

0,0380 

cent in the Rand 

3.1.19 

Public benefits organisations 

0,0024 

cent in the Rand 

3.1.20 

Schools including government owned / 
school hostels 

0,0119 

cent in the Rand 

3.1.21 

Multiple used premises according to 
major use: 




Residential 

0,0095 

cent in the Rand 


Commercial 

0,0285 

cent in the Rand 


Industrial 

0,0238 

cent in the Rand 


Accommodation establishment 

0,0119 

cent in the Rand 


Mining 

0,0380 

cent in the Rand 

3.1.22 

Privately owned roads / parks / sport 
grounds, subject to the stipulations of 
Section 17(2)(b) of Act 6 of 2004, 
where applicable 

0,0095 

cent in the Rand 

3.1.23 

Privately owned towns 

0,0024 

cent in the Rand 


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3.2 Rebates in recognition of Section 15(2) of Act 6 of 2004 


3.2.1 That for all indi gent households enlisted under the Council's 
indigent support and free basic services scheme property rates 
be fully discounted and the expend iture be recovered from the 
proportional equitable share payment to the Council by the South 
African National Treasury. 


3.2.2 The following rebat es be al lowed on properties owned by 
pensioners, disability grantees and/or medically boarded based 
on their monthly income and which are categorized as residential 
subject to the conditions as stipulated in the property rates policy: 

Qualifying applicants: 


R0 

R2 860,01 
R5 720,01 
R8 580,01 


to R 2 860,00 
to R 5 720,00 
to R 8 580,00 
to R11 440,00 


100% rebate on applicable 
tariff 

70% rebate on applicable 
tariff 

50% rebate on applicable 
tariff 

20% rebate on applicable 
tariff 


3.2.3 That a r ebate of 0, 0081 cent in the Rand be allowed for all 
property where a s ingle property becomes divided (through 
subdivision or township establishment) into ten (1 0) or more full 
title units and all services, inclusive of water, sewerage, electricity 
and roads are installe d by the developer at his own c ost for a 
period of two (2) years fr om the date of registration of the 
subdivision or the proclamation of the town ship or for as horter 
period until the newly created unit s are sold off or improved 
before expiry of the two (2) years period. 


3.3 A phasinq-in discount granted in terms of Section 21 of Act 6 of 2004 


3.3.1 That property rates on all newly rated pr operty that had not 
previously been assessed and rated according to any valuati on 
roll or supplementary valuation roll that applied to any area of the 
municipality in t erms of previous legislation be phased in as 
follows: 


• in the first financial year a rebate of 75%; 

• in the second financial year a rebate of 50% of the rate; 

• in the third financial year a rebate of 25% of the rate; and 

• in the fou rth financial year th e full pro perty tax will be 
payable without any rebate. 


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3.4 


Exemptions from payment of a rate levied 


3.4.1 That in terms of Sect ion 15(1)(a) of the MPRA, 6 of 2004 the 
following categories be exempted from payment of a rate levied 
on their property: 

3. 4. 1.1 rateable property registered in the name of a welfare 
organization registered in terms of the National 
Welfare Act, 100 of 1978. 

3. 4. 1.2 rateable property owned by public benefits 

organizations and used for any specific public benefit 
activity as listed in item 1,2 and 4 of part 1 of the ninth 
schedule to the Income Tax Act. 

3. 4. 1.3 museums, art galleries, libr aries and botanical 
gardens which are registered in the names of private 
persons and wh ich are open to public, whether 
admission is charged or not as listed in Section 6(a) 
and (b) of the ninth schedule to the Income Tax Act. 

3. 4. 1.4 national monuments including ancillar y business 
activities at national monuments as listed in Section 
6(a) and (b) of the ninth schedule to the Income Tax 
Act. 

3. 4. 1.5 rateable property registered in the name of a trustee 
or trustees or any organ ization which is being 
maintained for the welfare of war veterans as defined 
in section 1 of the Soc ial Aid Act ( House of 
Assembly), 37 of 1989 and their families. 

3.4. 1 .6 sport grounds used for t he purposes of amateur sport 
and any s ocial activities whic h are connected with 
such sport. 

3. 4. 1.7 rateable property registered in the name of the Boy 
Scouts, Girl Guides, Sea Scouts, Voor-trekkers or any 
organization which is in the opinion of the municipality 
similar or any rateable property let by the municipality 
to any such organization. 

3.4.1 .8 rateable property registered in the name of a declared 
institution in terms of Cult ural Institutions Act, 1 19 of 
1998 as amended, promoting t he cultural aims as 
defined in Section 6(a) and (b) of the nint h schedule 
of the Income Tax Act. 


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3.4.1 .9 properties in the “municipat’ category unless a lease or 
sale agreement for such a property, or part thereof, 
exist. 

3.4.1.10 on mineral rights within the meaning of paragraph (b) 
under “property" as per section 1 of Act 6 of 2004. 

3.4.1 .1 1 on a property belonging to a land reform beneficiary or 
his or her heirs, provided that this exclusion lapses ten 

(10) years from the date on which such beneficiary's 
title was registered in the offic e of the Reg istrar of 
Deeds. 

3.4.1.12 on the first R15 000, 00 of the market v alue of the 
property assigned in the valuation roll of a municipality 
to a category determined by the municipality: 

(i) for residential purposes including second dwellings 
and duets not s ubject to a sectional title scheme; 
or 

(11) for properties used for multiple purposes, provided 
one or more components of the property and which 
forms the major part of the property, are used for 
residential purposes. 

3.4.1.13 on a pr operty registered in t he name of and u sed 
primarily as a place of publ ic worship by a rel igious 
community, including an official residence registered in 
the name of that community which is occupied by an 
office-bearer ofthatcommu nity who off iciates at 
services at that place of worship. 

3.4.1.14 on the first 30% of the market value of public service 
infrastructure. 

3.4.1.15 on those parts of as pecial nature reserve, national 
park or national r eserve with meaning of Prot ected 
Areas Act, or a national bot anical garden within th e 
meaning of N ational Management Biodiversity Act, 
2004 which are not developed or used for commercial 
business, or residential agricultural purposes. 

3.5 That all property rates as per paragraphs 3.1.1 to 3.1.23 abov e be 
subjected to Value Added Tax at a zero rate. 

4. THAT the fees for drainage and sewerage as published under Notice 2/198 5 
in the Provincial Gazette on 31 J uly 1985, as amended and in terms of the 
stipulations of section 75A of the Local Governm ent Municipal Systems Act, 
32 of 2000, be approved and adopted with effect from 1 July 2015 as follows: 


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4.1 That the departmental levy on sewer age be determined at R3,35 per 
kilolitre of measured sewerage water effluent. 

4.2 That all levies for drainage and s ewerage as per paragraph 4.3 below 
be subjected to Value Added Tax at full rate. 

4.3 To have the present tariffs replaced by the following structure: 


4.3.1 

Monthly levy for developed residential erven 



(a) with a total area of up to 995m 2 

R 84,30 



(b) with a total area exceeding 995m 2 
up to 1500m 2 R1 

84,25 


(c) with a total area exceeding 1500m 2 

R244.10 

4.3.2 

Monthly levy on flats 



Per residential unit R 

2 nd dwelling (single property) 

122,65 
R 85,00 

4.3.3 

Monthly levy on all church erven R2 

44,15 

4.3.4 

Business and Industries 



R6,93 per kilolitre metered pure water consumption per month 

4.3.5 All undeveloped erven in private possession with access to the 
reticulation 

An availability levy of R49,35 per erf per month 

4.3.6 Agricultural societies and sport clubs not accommodated at the 
central sports grounds 

R5,93 per kilolitre of metered purified water consumption per 
month 

4.3.7 Military basis, road camps and other similar properties 

R6,93 per kilolitre of metered purified water consumption per 
month 

4.3.8 Industries and bus inesses where a great extent of the water 
consumption as determined by Council is taken up in the fina I 
product per kilolitre of the m etered purified water consumption 
per month: 


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0 - 2000 kiloliters R2,85 per kl 

2000 - 5000 kiloliters R1 ,68 per kl 

Above 5000 kiloliters R0,84 per kl 

4.3.9 Hospitals, nursing homes under welfare care, school s and 
school hostels, nursery schools and day schools 

Monthly levies as follows: 

(a) Hospitals 

R244.15 for each three (3) beds or portion, continuously 
available and R244.15 for ea ch ten ( 10) personnel or 
portion, residential or not. 

(b) Schools and school hostels (including nursery and day 
schools) 

R70,50 for each twenty (25) persons or portion thereof. 

(c) Nursing and maternity homes and welfare organisations 

As described by the Nat ional Welfare Act, 1978, and 
institutions controlled by welfare organizations. 

R1 14,95 for each ten (10) persons or portion thereof 

4.3.10 Vergeet-My-Nie / Rivier Park flats 
R56,95 per flat per month 

4.3.11 Formalized informal housing settlements with access to 
biological toilets per stand (unproclaimed township) 

R42,00 per month 

4.3.12 Proclaimed rural townships / villages with biological to ilets per 
stand 

R42,00 per month 

4.4 That for all indigent consumer s enlisted under the Council's indigent 
support and free basic services scheme with the inclus ion of all 
dwellings in the formalized infor mal housing settlements, no fees be 
paid by the consum er and the levy in full be rec overed from the 
proportional equitable share pay able to Council by the South African 
National Treasury. 

4.5 For all pensioners who applied and were approved for a rebate on 
assessment rates based on their monthl y income, the same rebate be 


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allowed on their respective resi dential sewerage tariffs, except 
Vergeet-My-Nie / Rivier Park flats: 

4.5.1 Pensioners who qualify (residential) 


RO 

R2 860,01 
R5 720,01 
R8 580,01 


to R 2 860,00 
to R 5 720,00 
to R 8 580,00 
to R11 440,00 


100% rebate on applicable 
tariff 

70% rebate on applicable 
tariff 

50% rebate on applicable 
tariff 

20% rebate on applicable 
tariff 


THAT the fees for the removal of solid wa ste (refuse), whether the service is 
delivered or not, as published under No tice No. 3/1985 in the Provincial 
Gazette of 31 July 1985, as amended and in terms of the stipulations of 
Section 75 A of the Local Government Municipal Systems Act, 32 of 2000, 
approves and adopts with effect from 1 July 2015 as follows: 

5.1 That the fees for the removal of so lid waste as per par agraphs 5.2 to 
5.4 and 5.6 to 5.8 below be s ubjected to Value Added Tax at the 
standard rate. 


5.2 Tariff of charges 

5.2.1 Section 1(1 ) occasional service 

For a daily service per day per refuse bin R51 ,00 

5.2.2 Housing refuse 

Erven up to 995m 2 and erven exceeding 995m 2 
by substitution under item 1(1): 

the amount of R97,80 with R1 09,40 and R140.00 by R1 56,60 

5.2.3 Flats 

by substitution under item 1(2)(b)(i): 
the amount of R125,70 with R140,60 

5.2.4 Businesses: 1,1m 3 mass container 

by substitution under item 1(2)(b)(iii): 
the amount of R3 528,00 with R3 945,00 

5.2.5 Second dwelling 

by inclusion under item 1(2)(b)(vi): 


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the amount of R94.25 with R105.10 

5.2.6 Businesses: Bins 

by substitution under item 1(3)(a): 
the amount of R338.00 with R378.05 

5.2.7 Businesses: 1 ,50m 3 mass containers 

by substitution under item 1(3)(b): 
the amount of R3 528,00 with R3 945,00 

5.2.8 Businesses: 1,75m 3 mass containers 

by substitution under item 1(3)(c): 
the amount of R4 393,25 with R4 914,00 

5.3 That the tariff for removal of solid waste (refuse) from the Vergeet-My- 
Nie / Rivier Park flats be increas ed from R47,70 per flat to R53,35 per 
flat per month. 

5.4 That formalized informal housing settlements (unproclaimed 

townships) under 1 (2)(b)(v) by substitution R49,00 per stand per month 
with R55,00 per stand per month. 

5.5 That the departmental levy for remova I of solid waste (refuse) be 
amended as follows: 

per refuse bin R 122,65 

per mass container R2 015,00 

5.6 That proclaimed rural villages under 1(2)(b)(v) by substitution R49,00 
per stand per month with R55,00 per stand per month. 

5.7 That the static compactor levy for remo val of refuse b e introduced as 
follows: 

up to 15m 3 per month R8 722,55 

up to 1 1m 3 per month R6 978,05 

up to 10m 3 per month R6 396,55 

5.8 That additional static compactor removals more than four (4) times per 
month be introduced as follows: 

up to 15m 3 per month per removal R2 180,60 

up to 1 1m 3 per month per removal R1 744,52 

up to 10m 3 per month per removal R1 599,10 

5.9 That for all indigent consumers en listed under the Council's indigent 
support and free basic servic es scheme of all dwellings in the 
formalized informal housing settl ement no fees be paid by the 
consumer and the levy in full be re covered from the proportional 


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equitable share pay able to Council by the South African National 
Treasury. 

5.10 That for all pensioners who applied and were approved fora rebate on 
assessment rates based on their monthly income, the same rebate be 
allowed on their respective refuse levies, except for Vergeet-My-Nie and 
Rivier Park flats: 


5.10.1 Pensioners who qualify (residential) 



R0 to R 2 860,00 100% rebate on applicable 

tariff 

R2 860,01 to R 5 720,00 70% rebate on applicable 

tariff 

R5 720,01 to R 8 580,00 50% rebate on applicable 

tariff 

R8 580,01 to R1 1 440,00 20% rebate on applicable 

tariff 


6. THAT the fees for water supply as published under Notice Number 31/1986 in 
the Provincial Gazette of 1 0 September 1986, as am ended and in terms of 
section 75A of the Local Gover nment Municipal Sys terns Act, 32 of 2000, 
approves and adopts with effect from 1 July 2015 as follows: 

6.1 That the fees for water supply as per paragraphs 6.2.1 to 6.2.6 below be 
subjected to Value Added Tax at standard rate. 

6.2 By replacing the present tariffs by the following tariff structure: 

6.2.1 All residential, single flats, church sites and resi dential units in 
group housing complexes: 

(a) Where working meters were installed for metered purified 
water consumptions per month: 

For the first six (6) kiloliters Free 

Above six (6) to ten (10) kiloliters R7,10 per kl 
Above ten (10) to forty (40) kiloliters R9,25 per kl 
Above forty (40) kiloliters R9,83 per kl 

(b) Erven without working water meters which are developed 
and occupied: 

A monthly fixed levy of R71 ,00 per erf per month 

(c) Water leak adjustment tariff R7, 1 0 

6.2.2 All undeveloped erven with access to the reticulation network 
An availability levy of R40,00 per month 


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6.2.3 All businesses and industries, school and school hostel sites 
(including nursery schools and day schools) 

All monthly metered consumption of purified water at R7,32 per 
kilolitre. 

6.2.4 Supply of raw water in all cases 

Per metered monthly consumption at R7,00 per kilolitre 

6.2.5 Purified water outside Council's distribution areas 

According to monthly metered consumption at R9,97 per kilolitre 

6.2.6 That the levy for purified effluent be determined at R1,95 cent 
per kilolitre 

6.2.7 That the departm ental levy for purified water be determined at 
R2,75 per kilolitre 

6.3 That for all indigent residential households enlisted under the Council's 
indigent support and free basic servic es scheme an additional four (4) 
kiloliters besides the first six (6) k iloliters of monthly consumption to a 
total of 10 kiloliters of monthly consumption be supplied free of charge 
and the total cost of the consumption between six (6) and up to ten (10) 
kiloliters be recovered from the proportional equitable share payable to 
Council by the South African National Treasury. 

7. THAT the electricity tariffs for the 2015/2016 financial year be 

approved in that the Determination of Fees for the Supply of Electricity, 
promulgated under Notice No. 38 of the Provincial Gazette of 26 
January 1996, in terms of the stipulat ions of Section 75A of the Local 
Government Municipal System s Act, of 2000, appr oves and adopts 
with effect from 1 July 2015 as follows: 

7.1 That the fees levied for electricity as per paragraphs 7.1.1 to 7. 1 .9 
and paragraphs 7.1.11 to 7.1. 14 below be subject ed to Value 
Added Tax at the standard rate. 

7.1.1 Domestic residential indigent consumers 

These tariffs are applicable to all residential indigent consumers with an 


ampere capacity limited to 20A per phase. 

(7,39%) (12,20%) 

PRESENT PROPOSED 

2014/2015 2015/2016 

c/kWh c/kWh 

(i) Energy charge (kWh) 0,00 0,00 

(ii) Block 1- 50 kWh (6,3%) 76,21 81,00 


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96,88 


Block 51 - 350 kWh (7,3%) 


103,95 


Free basic electricity to a maxi mum of50kW h per month applies to 
registered indigent consumers. 

Where more than 350 kWh is consumed during a month, the same tariff will 
be applied as for other domestic residential consumers. 


7.1.2 Domestic residential consumers 

These tariffs are available to all residential consumers with a single or three 
phase connection with an ampere capacity of up to 80A per pha se. This 
tariff consists out of a fi xed and energy charge. The tariff is based on the 
inclining block principle, that is, the more units used, the higher the rate 
becomes. 

PRESENT PROPOSED 
2014/2015 2015/2016 

R R 

A fixed charge whether electricity is 
consumed or not, per month or part t hereof 
per point of supply. The amount is charged 
once per month. 


(i) Single phase 


48,00 

54,00 

(ii) Three phase 


65,00 

72,00 



c/kWh 

c/kWh 

Energy charge 

Block 1 - 50 kWh 

(6,3%) 

77,58 

82,47 

Block 51 - 350 kWh 

(7,3%) 

103,21 

110,74 

Block 351 -600 kWh 


121,84 

136,70 

Block > 600 kWh 


137,14 

153,87 


This is a ne w tariff structure and is available t o all res idential 
consumers with a s ingle or three phase connection with an ampere 
capacity ofupto40A per phase wi th no fixed charge. This tariff 
consists only out of an energy c harge and will s uite low to me dium 
consumption residential consumers. T he tariff is based on t he 
inclining principle, that is, the m ore units used, t he higher the rate 
becomes. 


PRESENT PROPOSED 
2014/2015 2015/2016 





c/kWh 

c/kWh 

Block 

1 - 50 kWh 

(6,3%) 

86,17 

91,60 

Block 

51 -350 kWh 

(7,3%) 

116,67 

125,20 

Block 

351 -600 kWh 


124,69 

139,90 


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Block 


> 600 kWh 


138,34 


155,22 


7.1.4 Business, industrial & general consumers 


7.1.5 


7.1.6 


These tariffs are appli cable to all business, i ndustrial and general 
consumers with a s ingle and/or three phase connection with a capacity of 
up to 80A per phase. 


PRESENT PROPOSED 
2014/2015 2015/2016 



R 

R 

A capacity charge whether electricity is 
consumed or not, per am pere of supply 
capacity, per month, per point of supply or 
part thereof 



Single phase 

14,50 

15,00 

Three phase 

40,81 

45,00 


c/kWh 

c/kWh 

Energy charge 

86,88 

97,48 

Business lifeline consumers 



These tariffs are applicable to all bu siness lifeline consumers with a single 
phase connection with a capacity of up to 40A per phase. This tariff has no 

capacity charge. 

PRESENT 

PROPOSED 


2014/2015 

2015/2016 


c/kWh 

c/kWh 

Energy charge kWh 

132,09 

145,30 

Bulk consumers - low voltage three phase demand scale (Time of Use) 

These tariffs are applicable to all bu Ik consumers metered at low volt age 
with an annual average metered load with a capacity higher than 80A per 

phase. 

PRESENT 

PROPOSED 


2014/2015 

2015/2016 


R 

R 

A fixed char ge, whether electricity is 
consumed or not per point of supply (meter 
point) 

1 558,00 

1 748,00 

A demand charge per k VA of half hourly 
maximum demand payable in peak and 
standard periods on week days and 

Saturdays 

37,33 

41,88 

A network access charge per kVA of half 

19,67 

22,00 


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hourly maximum dem and payable in peak 
and standard peri ods on w eek days and 

Saturdays 

c/kWh 

An active energy charge for all kWh consumers (kWh) 

High demand season (June, July, August) 

c/kWh 

• Peak 

282,66 

317,15 

• Standard 

108,05 

121,23 

• Off-peak 

Low demand season (September to May) 

57,80 

64,85 

• Peak 

119,10 

133,63 

• Standard 

73,04 

81,95 

• Off-peak 

Reactive energy charge (kVA) 

51,11 

57,35 

High demand season (June - August) 

17,89 

20,07 


7.1.7 Bulk consumers - 1 1 000 Volt three phase demand scale (Time of Use) 


These tariffs are appli cable to all bulk consumers metered at medium 
voltage where electricity is supplied at 1 1 000 V. 



PRESENT 

PROPOSED 


2014/2015 

2015/2016 


R 

R 

A fixed charge whether electricity is 
consumed or not, per point of s upply (meter 
point) 

2 599,00 

2 916,00 

A demand char ge per kVA of half hour ly 
maximum demand payable in peak and 
standard periods on w eek days and 
Saturdays 

35,57 

39,91 

A network access charge per kVA of half 
hourly maximum demand payable in peak 
and standard periods on weekdays and 
Saturdays 

18,74 

21,00 

An active energy charge for all consumers 
(kWh) 

High demand season (June, July, August) 

c/kWh 

c/kWh 

• Peak 

252,23 

283,00 

• Standard 

100,70 

112,98 

• Off-peak 

Low demand season (September to May) 

53,87 

60,45 

• Peak 

111,19 

124,75 

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• Standard 

68,19 

76,51 

• Off-peak 

47,71 

53,53 

Reactive energy charge (kVA) 

High demand season (June - August) 

17,04 

19,12 


7.1.8 Other bulk consumers 

This tariff is only available to specific consumers as approved by C ouncil 
resolution due to special c ircumstances. The followi ng charges will be 
payable: 

kWh peak - equal to Eskom megaflex tariff structure plus 10% 

kWh standard - equal to Eskom megaflex tariff structure plus 10% 

kWh off-peak - equal to Eskom megaflex tariff structure plus 3% 

kVA r h - equal to Eskom megaflex tariff structure 

7.1.9 Street light and traffic light consumption 


PRESENT PROPOSED 
2014/2015 2015/2016 



c/kWh 

c/kWh 

Energy charge kWh 

122,05 

136,95 

Illuminated advertisement signs 


85,00 


7.1.10 Departmental levies & sport clubs 

This tariff is applicable to all m unicipal buildings, levies and sport clubs. 
Where time of use meters are installed the applicable tariffs as per the 
time of use categories as determined will apply. 

PRESENT PROPOSED 
2014/2015 2015/2016 



c/kWh 

c/kWh 

Energy charge kWh 

122,05 

136,95 

Other charges 


Other 

charg 

es 


This tariff is applicable to all undeveloped erven with access to the 
reticulation network. 

PRESENT PROPOSE 
2014/2015 D 

2015/2016 

R R 

A fixed charge per month or part thereof 92,00 103,00 


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7.1.12 Schools & welfare organizations - low voltage three phase demand 
scale (Time of Use) 

This is a new tariff structure and applicable to schools and w elfare 
organizations metered at low v oltage with an annual av erage metered 
load with a capacity higher than 80A per phase. 

Schools and welfare organizations must meet the criteria as per the rates 
policy to qualify for this tariff structure. 

PRESENT PROPOSED 
2014/2015 2015/2016 

R R 


A fixed char ge, whether electricity is 
consumed or not per po int of supply (m eter 
point) 

1 168,00 

1 310,50 

A demand charge per kVA of half hourly 
maximum demand payable in peak and 
standard periods on week day s and 
Saturdays 

28,00 

31,42 

A network access c harge per kVA of half 

14,75 

16,55 

hourly maximum demand payable in peak 
and standard periods on week days and 
Saturdays 

c/kWh 

c/kWh 

An active energy charge for all kWh consumers (kWh) 


High demand season (June, July, August) 



• Peak 

212,00 

237,85 

• Standard 

81,04 

90,93 

• Off-peak 

43,35 

48,65 

Low demand season (September to May) 



• Peak 

89,32 

100,22 

• Standard 

54,78 

61,45 

• Off-peak 

38,33 

43,00 

Reactive energy charge (kVA) 

High demand season (June - August) 

13,41 

15,05 


7.1.13 Schools & welfare organizations - 1 1 000 Volt three phase demand 
scale (Time of Use) 

This is a ne w tariff structure and applic able to schools and welfare 
organizations metered at medium voltage where electricity is supplied at 
1 1 000 V. 

Schools and welfare organizations must meet the criteria as per the 
rates policy to qualify for this tariff structure. 


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PRESENT 

2014/2015 

PROPOSED 

2015/2016 

R 

R 


A fixed char ge whether electricity is 

1 976,00 

2 217,00 

consumed or not, per po int of supply (meter 
point) 

c/kWh 

c/kWh 

A demand char ge per kVA of half hour ly 
maximum demand pay able in peak and 
standard periods on week day s and 
Saturdays 

27,03 

30,33 

A network access charge per kVA of half 
hourly maximum demand payable in peak 
and standard peri ods on weekdays and 
Saturdays 

An active energy charge for all consum ers 
(kWh) 

14,24 

15,95 

High demand season (June, July, August) 



• Peak 

191,69 

215,08 

• Standard 

76,54 

85,88 

• Off-peak 

40,94 

45,93 

Low demand season (September to May) 



• Peak 

84,50 

94,80 

• Standard 

51,83 

58,15 

• Off-peak 

36,26 

40,68 

Reactive energy charge (kVA) 

High demand season (June - August) 

12,57 

14,10 

7.1.14 Schools & welfare organizations 



This is a new tariff structure and applicable to all schools and welfare organizations 
with a single and/or three phase connection with a capacity of up to 80A per phase. 
Schools and welfare organizations must meet the criteria as per the rates policy to 
qualify for this tariff structure. This tariff has no capacity charge. 


PRESENT PROPOSED 
2014/2015 2015/2016 



c/kWh c/kWh 

Energy charge kWh 


98,49 108,35 

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Note: 


For the purpose of time of use tariffs t he defined daily time of use period throughout 
the year are: 

Peak hours: 


Weekdays 

07:01 - 10:00 
18:01 -20:00 

Saturdays 

None 

Sundays 

None 

Standard hours: 

Weekdays 

06:01 -07:00 
10:01 - 18:00 

Saturdays 

07:01 - 12:00 
18:01 -20:00 

Sundays 

None 

Off-peak hours: 

Weekdays 

22:01 -06:00 

Saturdays 

12:01 - 18:00 
20:01 -07:00 

Sundays 

00:00-24:00 


The Director: Electrical Engineering Servic es may impose a specific minimum load 
requirement for qualification for time of use tariff scales. 

8. THAT in terms of Section 75A of the Local Government Municipal Systems Act, 
32 of 2000, the adjusted sundry tariffs, Value Added Tax inclusive, as reflected 
in the comments of the various Heads of Departm ents under Schedule 2 be 
approved and adopted for implementation with effect from 1 July 2015. 

9. THAT a new salary scale, level 21 be created linked to the minimum wage, 
that is R67 452 per annum be approved for temporar y workers limited to a 
maximum of three (3) months, unless ot herwise specified in the personne I 
budget and/or human resources policies. 

10. THAT the new personnel posts and the abolis hment of posts as reflected 
under schedule 3 be approved to be implemented with effect from 1 July 2015 

11. THAT the following budget-rela ted policies as amended be ap proved and 
adopted for implementation from 1 July 2015: 

11.1 Free basic services and indigent support policy. 

1 1 .2 Supply chain management policy. 

11.3 Tariff policy. 

1 1 .4 Travelling and subsistence policy. 


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12. THAT the following unchanged budget-rela ted policies be noted and be 
approved and adopted for implementation from 1 July 2015: 

12.1 Asset management policy. 

12.2 Blacklisting policy. 

12.3 Borrowing policy. 

12.4 Funding and reserves policy. 

12.5 Impairment of debtors and write-off policy. 

12.6 Investment and surplus funds policy. 

12.7 Short term risks and liabilities policy. 

12.8 Property rates policy. 

12.9 Credit Control Policy 

13. THAT the measurable performance objectives for revenue from each source as 
per table A4 be approved and adopted for the 2015/2016 budget year. 

14. THAT the fol lowing new accounti ng methodology be approved for 
implementation from 1 Ju ly 2015 and be applie d retrospectively fort he 
2014/2015 financial year. 

14.1 Methodology and work proc edure fort he impairment and 
receivables. 

14.2 Methodology - useful lives and impairment of assets. 

14.3 Methodology - accounting treatment of land. 

15. THAT the approved budget in both printed and electronic formats be submitted 
to National and Provincial Treasury. 

16. THAT the approved budget be placed on the muni cipal website within five (5) 
working days from approval. 

17. THAT the approv ed budget and s upporting documentation with Counc il 
resolution be made public in terms of Section 21(A) of the Municipal Systems 
Act, 32 of 2000 within ten (10) workings days after Council approval. 

18. THAT the electricity tariffs be approved subject to the final NERSAappr oval 
and be adjusted accordingly should further increases be approved for ESKOM. 


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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ON THE 2015/2016 TO 2017/2018 MEDIUM TERM 

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE FRAMEWORK (MTREF) ANNUAL 

BUDGET 

Report by the Executive Director Financial Services 

1. The 2015 Budget Review indi cates National Government’s 
commitment to broaden servic e delivery and expanding on 
infrastructure taking into account the constrained fiscal environment. 
Although the South African economy has grown, it was at a slower rate 
than projected in the 2014 budget and GDP is fore casted to grow at 
2% in 2015 and gradually rises to 3,5% by 2017. The economic 
outlook demonstrates some resilienc e but is constrained by a difficult 
global environment and domestic restructuring. 

2. Given the above economic realities, municipalities are advised to adopt 
a conservative approach when proj ecting revenue and cash receipts 
and pay particular attention to elim inate non-priority spending. The 
affordability of tariff in creases is key and all revenue and expenditure 
must be managed effectively to ens ure sufficient cash stream and 
carefully evaluating all spending decisions. 

3. Decent employment opportunities remain a national priority and 
municipalities are urged to conti nue to explore labour intensive 
approaches in the delivery of servic es and to participate fully in the 
Expanded Public Works Programme. 

4. The local government budgets and ex penditure review highlighted the 
following areas which require particular attention: 

(a) Revenue management - billing systems must be accurate, send 
out of accounts to residents and constantly follow up on 
revenues owed. 

(b) Collecting outstanding debt - po litical commitment is required 
with sufficient administrative capac ity, pricing policy to be in 
place that ensures bills are ac curate and affordable, especially 
for poor households. 

(c) Pricing services correctly - 1 he full cost of services should be 
reflected in the price charged to residents who can afford to pay. 
Municipalities should not be ov er generous on subsidies and 
rebates which will result in services being run at a loss. 

(d) Under spending on repairs and maintenance - this should not 
be used as a way to reduce spending in the short term, as this 
will shorten the life of assets, increase long term maintenance 
and refurbishment costs and cause a deterioration in the 
reliability of services. 


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(e) Spending on non-priorities - su ch items include unnecessary 
travel, luxury furnishings, ex cessive catering and unwarranted 
public relations projects and ma king use of cons ultants to 
perform routine tasks. 

5. Fiscal constraints means that tr ansfers to municipalities will grow 
slowly in the per iod ahead than they hav e in the past. Accordingly 
municipalities must renew their focus on core service delivery functions 
and reduce costs without adversely affecting basic services. 

6. The National Treasury’s municipa I budget circulars for the 2015/2016 
medium term revenue and expenditure framework (MTREF) were used 
to guide the compilation of the tabled annual budget. 

7. The main challenges experienc ed during the comp ilation of the 
2015/2016 MTREF can be summarized as follows: 

■ the ongoing difficulties in the national and local economy; 

■ ageing water, sanitation and electricity infrastructure; 

■ increases in petrol prices; 

■ the additional borrowings to supplement the capital programme; 

■ the pressure oft he revenue base with inc reased demand to bulk 
services; 

■ cost reductions to ensure affordable tariff levels; and 

■ increase of bulk purchases (water and electricity). 

9. Considering the challenges, new imaginative ways need to be explored 
to become efficient to generate the required resources to maintain, 
renew and expand infrastructure. 

10. The main objectives of the municipality include: 

■ Creating a municipality which is through it s financial and human 
capital, together with all other resources, totally focused on t he 
well-being of all its citizens; 

■ Economic growth and poverty alleviation; 

■ All residents enjoy the best pos sible level of municipal services; 
and 

■ Creating a space wit h which a ca ring society is ec onomically, 
spatially, environmentally and socially integrated and developed. 

1 1 . The 2015/2016 medium term expe nditure framework (MTREF) was 
based on the following strategic documents: 

■ Integrated development plan 2015/2016; 

■ Municipal strategies sector plans and policies; 

■ Institutional analysis; and 

■ Spatial development framework. 


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12. The application of sound financ ial management principles is ess ential 
to ensure the municipality remains fi nancially viable and the municipal 
services are provided economically and sustainably. 

13. Total operating expenditure has grown by 8,8% or R 113,5-million for 
the 2015/2016 financial year when compared to the 2014/2015 
adjustment budget. Total operati ng expenditure for the 2015/ 2016 
financial year has been appropriated R1402, 8-billion projected to 
increase to R1 644,4-billion. 

14. The capital budget constitutes R23 6,4-million for the 20 15/2016 
financial year and equates to R708, 6-million over the MTREF. A 
substantial portion of the capital budget will be funded from borrowing 
at R97, 9-million. F unding from own funds amounts to R76, 2 -million 
and equates to R227, 2-million over the MTREF. 

15. Total operating revenue grows by 12,2% when c ompared to the 
2014/2015 adjustment budget and amounts to R1, 362-billion which is 
projected to R1 ,620-billion by 2017/2018 financial year. 

16. Municipal assets are projected to increase with R470,9-millio n to 
R7, 1 -billion in the 2017/2018 financial year. 

17. As a result of the new env isaged borrowings total liabilities inc rease 
with R1 64,9-million to R906, 9-million by 2017/2018 financial year. 

18. The projected cash and equivalents remain stable with projected cash 
and investments of R580-million. 

19. OPERATING REVENUE FRAMEWORK 


Revenue management is f undamental to the finan cial sustainability 

and therefore the munici pal revenue strategy is built around the 

following key components: 

■ to seek alternative sources of own revenue to increase funding for 
capital projects; 

■ expand revenue base through implementation of new valuation roll; 

■ identification and pursuance of government grants; 

■ tightening credit control measur es and increase debt collection 
targets; 

■ improve customer relations and promote a culture of payment; 

■ realistic revenue estimates - going back to basics to ensure MTREF 
are appropriately funded; 

■ the impact of inflation, the municipal cos t index and other cost 
increases; 

■ create an environment which enhanc es growth, development and 
service delivery; 

■ ensure economic services break-even; 


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■ the indigent support policy to provide free basic services to poor 
households to protect them from the worst impacts of the economy; 
and 

■ ensure that water and sanitation tariffs are fully cost reflective. 

The mid-year revenue projections for the 2014/2015 financ ial year 
were used as the baseline to proj ect revenue for the next three (3) 
financial years to ensure budget proj ections is realistic and c an be 
achieved. With the exception of water and electricity higher rev enue 
was projected for the 2014/2015 financial year and as a result the 
water and electricity services revenue was adjusted downwards. 

Table A4 is a summary of the 2015/2016 MTREF classified by the 
main revenue sources whilst table A2A and table A3 provides details of 
revenue by National Treasury’s standar d classification and municipal 
classification and/or vote. 

These tables are graphically presented in: 

■ Chart 1 Revenue by major source 

■ Chart 2 Revenue by minor source 

It should be noted that table A2A and table A3 includes c apital 
transfers and contributions whilst table A4 excludes these transfers. 

Audit results show that a total re venue R1 ,203-billion realized for the 
2013/2014 financial year. Bas ed on the mid-year assessment, the 
budgeted revenue for 2014/2015 is revi sed from R1 ,303-billion to 
R1 ,214-billion mainly as a result of the dec rease in revenue grants of 
R78-million, R2, 3-million for ele ctricity revenue an d R24, 8-million in 
other revenues. 

The annual budget here with presented provides for total operating 
revenue of R1 ,362-billion for 2015/ 2016, R1 ,485-billion for 2016/2017 
and R1 ,620-billion for the 2017/2018 fina ncial year. This reflect s an 
increase of 12,2% in operating revenue. 

Revenue from property taxes is projected to increase to 

R301 ,3-million, which is R22, 5 -million higher than the 201 4/2015 
adjusted budget and constitutes 22,1% of operating revenue. 

Revenue from service charges increases to R766, 8-million, which is 
R79, 8-million higher than th e 2014/2015 adjusted budget and 
contributes 56,3% to operating r evenue. F rom the service charges, 
electricity revenue is t he largest source of revenue which contributes 
39,5% followed by the other services of approximately 16,7%. 


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Government operating grants (trans fers) increase with R14, 6-million 
from R1 1 1,6-million to R1 26,3-million and constitute 9,3% of operating 
revenue. The equitable share which is mainly used to provide relief to 
indigent households increases from R1 03,5-million to R1 20,6-million, 
which is an increase of 16,5%. 

The infrastructure transfers increases from R45, 7-million to 

R62, 2-million of whic h the municipa I infrastructure grant amount to 
R46, 2-million. 

Transfers to build capacity in local government have slightly increased 
to R2, 5-million and steadily increase to R2, 7-million in the 2017/201 8 
financial year. 

Government is also stepping up programmes to monitor municipal 
performance against grants. 

The DORA clearly states that any conditional a llocation not spent at 
the end of a financial year reverts back to the national revenue f und 
unless proof to the satisfaction of National Treasury that unspent 
allocations is committed to identifiable projects. 

IMPACT OF THE ANNUAL BUDGET 


The proposed tariffs are contained in the draft resolution and Schedule 
1 which provides a comparison of proposed tariffs with the previous 
financial year. 

The proposed revenue adjustments to fully recover the cost are: 

■ Property rates 

An average increase of 6,6%. 

A new valuation roll was implemented on 1 July 2014. This mean s 
that the valuation of properties for the 2015/2016 financial year will 
remain the same except for properties where interim valuations are 
done. The rates per category increase for individual properties will 
be more or less the same. 

■ Sewerage tariffs 

An average increase of 5%. 

The tariff structure for resident ial and business has remained the 
same. 


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Refuse tariffs 


An average increase of 1 1,85%. 

The refuse tariff is mainly affected by a high labour component , 
petrol price increases and increas ed vehicle maintenance cost due 
to the expansion of services to new areas. The pilot garden refuse 
removal project will be further rolled o ut to include Nasar et, 
Extension 24 and Rockdale. 

■ Water tariffs 


An average increase of 17,75%. 

The water tariffs are influenced by above inflation increases due to 
increased cost to purchase bulk water from Eskom for the villages. 

Eskom has indicated that the cu rrent water tariff charge to the 
municipality of R1 ,1, R3,96 and R1 ,44 respectively is not cost 
reflective of the cost to supply purified water and mandatory DWAF 
water levies payable. As a result the pr oposed tariff increases 
payable from 1 July 2015 will es calate to ± R6,57 per kilolitre. This 
result in an add itional amount of R5,5-mllion for water bulk 
purchasing. 

■ Electricity tariffs 

An average increase of 12,2%. 


To limit the electricity tariff increases for low income households, a 
lower percentage tariff increase was applied for the residential IBT 
blocks as per NERSA guide: 


Block 1 
Block 2 
Block 3 
Block 4 


0-50 kWh 

6,3% 

51 -350 kWh 

7,3% 

351 - 500 kWh 

12,2% 

> 600 kWh 

12,2% 


The overall impact of tariff increase s on households are reflected in 
supporting table SA14 for large and sm all households, as well as an 
indigent household receiving free basic services. 


These households are categorized and the overall im pact of the tariff 
increases on household bills is: 


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Households 


(a) Middle Income 


(b) Affordable Income 


(c) Indigent 

(50 kWh electricity 
and 1 0 kl water free) 


Cateqorv 

Tariff implication 
household bill 

Property value R700 000 
1000 units electricity 

30 kl water 

R248.25 
i.e 9,9% 

Property value R500 000 
500 units electricity 

25 kl water 

R133.97 
i.e. 9,7% 

Property value R300 000 
350 units electricity 

20 kl water 

R41.43 
i.e 9,9% 


The sundry fees of the municipalit y are mainly adjusted taking into 
consideration the actual cost to render these services and the inflation 
rate. These adjustments are reflected under Schedule 2 - Proposed 
sundry tariffs. 


OPERATING EXPENDITURE FRAMEWORK 


The expenditure framework for the 2015/2016 MTREF is informed by: 

■ balanced budget cons traints where operating expendit ure should 
not exceed operating revenue; 

■ funding of the budget over the medium term as informed by section 
18 and 19 of the MFMA; 

■ the capital programme; 

■ repairs and maintenance; 

■ direct available financial resources towards meeting the projects as 
identified in the IDP; 

■ bulk purchases costs for electricity and water; 

■ high petrol price increases; and 

■ eliminating spending on non-priority items. 

Table A4 is a summary of t he 2014/2015 MTREF classified by 
expenditure type whilst table A2A and table A3 provides details of 
expenditure by Nationa I Treasury’s standard classification and 
municipal classification and/or vote. 

These tables are graphically presented in: 

■ Chart 3 - Operating expenditure by type 

■ Chart 4 - Operating expenditure by main vote 

■ Chart 5 - Other operating expenditure 


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The operating budget provides for to tal operating expenditure for the 
2015/2016 financial year of R1 ,402-billion which increases to R1, 644- 
billion for the 2017/2018 financial year. For the previous financial year 
expenditure to the amount of R1, 141-billion realized. 

Employee-related costs increase with 11,2% from R 346,3-million to 
R385, 6-million and constitutes 27,5% of operating expenditure. 

Bulk purchases increase with 12 ,1% from R339, 1 -million to R380,2- 
million and constitutes 27,1% of total operating expenditure. 

General expenditure increases with R43, 3-million from R316, 5-million 
to R361 ,5-million and constitutes 25,7% of operating expenditure. 

The key operating expenditure alloc ations in the proposed budget for 
2015/2016 financial year include: 

R485, 4-million for electricity services 
R298, 4-million for governance and administration 
R21 7,0-million for community and public safety 
R1 06,2-million for roads and storm water 
R1 84,3-million for water and waste water management 
R 92,9-million for waste management 

The cost associated with the remuneration of councillors is determined 
in accordance with the Remuneration of Public Offi ce Bearers Act. 
Remuneration of councillors increases with 5,5% from R1 8,7-million to 
R19, 7-million, which includes increased allowances for the part-time 
councillor section 79 chairpersons. 

Provision for depreciation has been in formed by the asset register. 
The budget appropriation in this regar d total R1 57,2- million of which 
only R1 1 1 ,6-million is recov ered from tariffs. The inc reased 
depreciation is being phased in over future periods for tariff setting 
purposes. Once fully cash back ed, internal funds will be generated t o 
fund the replacement programme on municipal assets. 

Finance charges consist primarily of the repayment of interest on long- 
term borrowing. Finance charges increase slightly and make up 2,2% 
of operating expenditure. 

Priority given to repairs and maintenance 

The municipality remains committed to maintain infrastructure and an 
amount of R74, 1-million is provi ded for the 2015/2016 financial year 
which steadily increases to R83, 4-million in 2017/2018 financial year. 

Repairs and maintenance constit utes 5,4% of operatin g expenditure. 
R99, 5-million is prov ided to the r enewal of existing assets whic h 
represents 42,6% of the total capex budget. 


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Although National Treasury indicate a guideline of 8% the provision is 
sufficient to adequately secure t he ongoing health of infrastructure 
assets. It should be noted that the increase development and the 
municipal revenue base, a balanc e needs to be struck between 
renewal, expansion and new assets. 

Free basic services 

Free basic services are provided to poor households who are unable to 
pay their municipal services. Detail relating to free basic services is 
contained in table A10. 

Free basic services constitute 4,8% of operating expenditure an d are 
fully recovered by the equitable share totaling R67, 6-million. 

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FRAMEWORK 


One of the greatest challenges fa cing municipalities is the public 
perception in service delivery. 

Investment in municipal infrastructure is critical to sustainin g growth, 
rehabilitating ageing infrastructure and eradicating s ervice delivery 
backlogs. Therefore the capital financing strategies taken into 
consideration are: 

■ ensure capital programme is based on priorities, programmes and 
projects of the I DP; 

■ improve creditworthiness; 

■ ensure capital replacement reserve is cash backed; 

■ expedite spending on capital budget especially proj ects that are 
funded from conditional grants; 

■ explore new ways to find capita I expenditure from own revenue 
contribution; 

■ analyze feasibility and impact on operating budget before capital 
projects are approved; 

■ determine affordable limits for borrowing; and 

■ maximizing of infrastructural development through the utilization of 
all available resources. 

Table A5 provides details on the budgeted capital expenditure, whils t 
table A9 provides information on asset m anagement. Table A5 is 
graphically presented in: 

■ Chart 6 Capital expenditure by main vote 

■ Chart 7 Other capital expenditure 

■ Chart 8 Capital funding by source 

The proposed capital expenditure fo r 2015/2016 amounts to 
R236, 4-million, R245-million for the 2016/2017 financial year and an 
amount of R227, 3-million for the 2017/2018 financial year. 


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This constitutes a total capita I programme of R708, 6-million ove r the 
next three (3) years of which R313.7 -million is funded from external 
loans, R1 67,7-million from government grants and do nations and the 
balance of R227, 2-million from internal reserves. 

The key capital expenditure in the proposed capital budget for 
2015/2016 financial year is: 

R56, 9-million for electricity infrastructural development 

R52, 3-million for roads and storm water infrastructural development 

R33, 4-million for water infrastructural development 

R32, 1 -million for sewerage purification and reticulation 

R31 ,1 -million for community facilities and public safety 

R14, 5-million for governance and administration 

R14, 9-million for waste management 

R 1 ,2-million for planning and development 

The key capital expenditure is graphically presented in: 

■ Chart 9 Capital expenditure by asset class 

For the maintaining of securing the health of the municipal assets and 
sustaining service delivery, 42,6% of capital expenditure will be utilized 
on the renewal of assets which r epresents 3% of property, plant and 
equipment. 

CASH BACKING / SURPLUS RECONCILIATION 


Cash flow management and forecasting is a critical step in determining 
if the budget is funded over the medium term. 

Table A 7 provides details on the budget ed cash flow position. The 
projected cash and cash equivalent over the MTREF are R72, 2-million, 
R75, 3-million and R81, 5-million respectively. 

Table A8 provides details on the total applic ation of cash and 
investments. From the table it can be seen that available cas h and 
investments decreased from R216, 6-million in the 2015/2016 fina ncial 
year to R1 1 6,8-million in 2017/2018. 

Although an operating surplus of R72, 1 -million, R28, 9-million and 
R37, 8-million is reflected on table A1, on the statem ent of financial 
performance the net budgeted surplus for the MTREF is only R91 125, 
R1 12 784 and R151 405 for the respec tive financial years after taking 
into account all the adjustments and transfers in the surplus account. 

Considering all of the above applications of cash and investments, the 
proposed budget according to supporting table SA10 indicates that the 
budget is fully funded. 


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CLOSING 


The municipality needs to remain focu sed on effective delivery of core 
municipal services through the application of efficient and effec tive service 
delivery mechanisms. Sound financial management principle is essential and 
critical to ensure that the municipality remains financially viable and that 
sustainable municipal services are provided economically and equitably to all 
communities. 


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BUDGET SUMMARY 


TABLE A1 


| Steve Tshwete Municipality - MP313 | 

Description 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/2014 

Current Year 2014/15 

1 2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure i 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Pre-audit 

outcome 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year +1 
2016/17 

Budget Year +2 
2017/18 

Financial Performance 











Property rates 

198 443 748 

230 303 644 

264 425 808 

272 882 246 

278 807 712 

278 807 712 

278 807 712 

301 305 502 

316 055 776 

326 327 590 

Service charges 

485 777 778 

555 194 863 

626 611 035 

688 453 514 

686 977 141 

686 977 141 

686 977 141 

766 788 972 

855 753 002 

954 198 527 

Investment revenue 

21 606 766 

20 894 052 

22 475 654 

20 693 700 

21 469 319 

21 469 319 

21 469 319 

21 381 260 

21 981 300 

23 271 991 

Transfers recognised - operational 

81 607 087 

91 380 079 

120 038 816 

189 619 569 

111 668 219 

111 668 219 

111 668 219 

126 295 300 

141 525 120 

160 987 640 

Other own revenue 

115 890 525 

107 463 648 

169 752 266 

131 554 424 

115 543 787 

115 543 787 

115 543 787 

147 159 773 

150 236 132 

155 764 137 

Total Revenue (excluding capital transfers and 

903 325 902 

1 005 236 286 

1 203 303 579 

1 303 203 453 

1 214 466 178 

1 214 466 178 

1 214 466 178 

1 362 930 807 

1 485 551 330 

1 620 549 885 

contributions) 











Employee costs 

252 327 630 

289 071 176 

308 716 531 

344 431 966 

346 292 835 

346 292 835 

346 292 835 

385 662 127 

418 250 151 

451 938 355 

Remuneration of councillors 

14 613 183 

15 502 253 

17 087 586 

18 817 670 

18 711 270 

18 711 270 

18 711 270 

19 698 455 

21 175 838 

22 869 905 

Depreciation & asset impairment 

159 590 657 

151 663 080 

152 647 665 

176 251 700 

176 251 700 

176 251 700 

176 251 700 

157 228 228 

154 696 859 

153 955 056 

Finance charges 

14 585 490 

12 170 011 

10 969 999 

28 080 922 

28 080 922 

28 080 922 

28 080 922 

30 890 224 

42 201 188 

47 969 723 

Materials and bulk purchases 

250 573 804 

288 735 084 

296 646 672 

340 072 243 

339 072 778 

339 072 778 

339 072 778 

380 168 395 

432 457 083 

492 309 937 

Transfers and grants 

44 028 548 

49 878 154 

57 517 288 

62 503 456 

64 393 292 

64 393 292 

64 393 292 

67 662 998 

72 769 828 

77 428 759 

Other expenditure 

177 884 952 

241 906 725 

297 222 039 

382 228 214 

316 526 594 

316 526 594 

316 526 594 

361 519 675 

377 780 825 

397 905 178 

Total Expenditure 

913 604 264 

1 048 926 482 

1 140 807 780 

1 352 386 171 

1 289 329 391 

1 289 329 391 

1 289 329 391 

1 402 830 102 

1 519 331 772 

1 644 376 913 

Surplus/(Deficit) 

-10 278 362 

-43 690 196 

62 495 799 

-49 182 718 

-74 863 213 

-74 863 213 

-74 863 213 

-39 899 295 

-33 780 442 

-23 827 028 

Transfers recognised - capital 

42 166 137 

50 559 717 

60 240 330 

45 770 680 

52 461 595 

52 461 596 

52 461 597 

62 170 240 

51 954 880 

53 631 360 

Contributions recognised - capital & contributed assets 

37 935 825 

27 295 431 

50 188 570 

49 908 340 

38 158 342 

38 158 341 

38 158 342 

49 842 093 

10 767 000 

8 010 000 

Surplus/(Deficit) after capital transfers & 

69 823 600 

34 164 952 

172 924 699 

46 496 302 

15 756 724 

15 756 724 

15 756 726 

72 113 038 

28 941 438 

37 814 332 

contributions 











Share of surplus/ (deficit) of associate 











Surplus/(Deficit) for the year 

69 823 600 

34 164 952 

172 924 699 

46 496 302 

15 756 724 

15 756 724 

15 756 726 

72 113 038 

28 941 438 

37 814 332 

Capital expenditure & funds sources 











Capital expenditure 

232 872 093 

228 231 650 

307 235 212 

187 899 180 

264 234 477 

264 234 477 

264 234 477 

236 368 760 

245 005 480 

227 290 860 

Transfers recognised - capital 

42 166 137 

50 559 636 

100 377 561 

45 770 680 

55 671 595 

55 671 595 

55 671 595 

62 170 240 

51 954 880 

53 631 360 

Public contributions & donations 

37 906 235 

25 920 490 

8 017 040 








Borrowing 

72 573 642 

69 933 414 

71 919 366 

77 630 000 

126 039 771 

126 039 771 

126 039 771 

97 976 000 

114 770 000 

101 000 000 

Internally generated funds 

80 226 079 

81 818 110 

126 921 245 

64 498 500 

82 523 111 

82 523 111 

82 523 111 

76 222 520 

78 280 600 

72 659 500 

Total sources of capital funds 

232 872 093 

228 231 650 

307 235 212 

187 899 180 

264 234477 

264 234 477 

264 234477 

236 368 760 

245 005 480 

227 290 860 

Financial position 











Total current assets 

510 767 067 

554 007 761 

689 794 163 

664 039 674 

521 435 090 

521 435 090 

689 976 605 

717 285 722 

777 810 323 

839 343 909 

Total non current assets 

6 163 489 124 

5 899 905 555 

5 975 409 754 

6 076 727 240 

6 153 062 537 

6 153 062 537 

6 063 310 670 

6 142 451 202 

6 232 759 823 

6 306 095 627 

Total current liabilities 

193 089 812 

219 128 659 

244 109 158 

251 190 489 

251 190 488 

251 190 488 

255 612 165 

273 021 672 

292 205 895 

313 025 068 

Total non current liabilities 

189 642 701 

182 269 856 

177 847 627 

444 826 743 

490 866 514 

490 866 514 

309 227 011 

396 446 089 

517 063 980 

593 957 747 

Community wealth/Equity 

6 291 523 678 

6 052 514 801 

6 243 247 132 

6 044 749 682 

5 932 440 625 

5 932 440 625 

6 188 448 100 

6 190 269 163 

6 201 300 272 

6 238 456 721 

Cash flows 











Net cash from (used) operating 

246 621 398 

221 030 876 

338 202 429 

317 619 010 

169 883 874 

175 107 644 

175 107 644 

196 822 412 

191 145 133 

202 812 080 

Net cash from (used) investing 

-234 573 353 

-227 960 767 

-307 916 881 

-391 249 180 

-293 434477 

-293 434477 

-293 434477 

-290 218 760 

-289 855 480 

-281 140 860 

Net cash from (used) financing 

-12 979 214 

5 886 059 

-5 326 465 

68 532 409 

114 572 180 

114 572 180 

114 572 180 

86 971 799 

101 806 614 

84 571 989 

Cash/cash equivalents at the year end 

58 439 514 

57 395 682 

82 354 765 

42 761 647 

59 347 801 

78 600 112 

78 600 112 

72 175 563 

75 271 830 

81 515 039 

Cash backinq/surplus reconciliation 











Cash and investments available 

382 439 515 

405 395 683 

432 354 766 

555 761 647 

413 157 064 

413 157 064 

458 534 460 

580 175 563 

636 271 830 

692 515 039 

Application of cash and investments 

212 517 327 

247 928 909 

271 827 580 

285 640 974 

292 771 531 

296 549 531 

317 284 674 

363 535 020 

459 758 421 

575 746 216 

Balance - surplus (shortfall) 

169 922 188 

157 466 774 

160 527 186 

270 120 673 

120 385 533 

116 607 533 

141 249 786 

216 640 543 

176 513 409 

116 768 823 

Asset manaqement 











Asset register summary (WDV) 

6 163 318 952 

5 899 785 468 

5 975 325 666 

6 076 727 240 

6 153 062 537 

6 153 062 537 

6 142 451 206 

6 142 451 206 

6 232 759 827 

6 306 095 631 

Depreciation & asset impairment 

159 590 657 

151 663 080 

152 647 665 

176 251 700 

176 251 700 

176 251 700 

157 228 228 

157 228 228 

154 696 859 

153 955 056 

Renewal of Existing Assets 

111 148 258 

34 719 308 

56 754 800 

53 133 500 

84 489 620 

84 489 621 

84 489 621 

97 705 264 

104 523 600 

81 698 000 

Repairs and Maintenance 

47 191 281 

51 431 252 

49 666 196 

53 769 239 

65 760 633 

65 760 633 

74 127 890 

74 127 890 

79 652 985 

83 689 711 

Free services 











Cost of Free Basic Services provided 

16 709 689 

19 988 454 

20 987 875 

51 633 763 

51 633 763 

51 633 763 

53 505 581 

53 505 581 

58 124 002 

63 057 536 

Revenue cost of free services provided 

47 200 571 

57 057 772 

56 472 288 

72 205 575 

72 205 575 

72 205 575 

74 047 495 

74 047 495 

80 085 887 

85 833 447 

Households below minimum service level 











Water: 




680 

680 

680 

612 

612 

551 

496 

Sanitation/sewerage: 











Energy: 











Refuse: 












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SUMMARY OF BUDGETED FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE BY VOTE 


TABLE A2 


Steve Tshwete Municipality - MP313 


Standard Classification Description 

Ref 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 

| Current Year 2014/15 

1 2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 1 


1 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited Outcome 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year +1 
2016/17 

Budget Year +2 
2017/18 

Revenue ■ Standard 











Governance and administration 


343 949 836 

366 250 242 

472 454 150 

441 683 899 

421 203 410 

421 203 410 

488 018 631 

517 734 619 

548 355 830 

Executive and council 


38 909 280 

40 692 081 

55 687 275 

46 069 304 

46 794 804 

46 794 804 

57 503 329 

69 868 808 

84 894 096 

Budget and treasury office 


229 233 879 

262 258 069 

301 301 775 

310 231 565 

317 455 796 

317 455 796 

339 903 781 

356 884 678 

368 085 492 

Corporate services 


75 806 677 

63 300 092 

115 465 100 

85 383 030 

56 952 810 

56 952 810 

90 611 521 

90 981 133 

95 376 242 

Community and public safety 


29 516 156 

24 338 670 

53 199 569 

111 527 075 

26 038 310 

26 038 310 

32 468 029 

32 379 143 

36 964 816 

Community and social services 


10 833 112 

5 465 768 

7 054 538 

4 911 021 

3 261 901 

3 261 901 

4 493 558 

7 578 467 

9 669 303 

Sport and recreation 


8 904 179 

4 728 057 

4 662 248 

16 459 129 

4 730 239 

4 730 239 

3 901 740 

3 959 354 

6 012 960 

Public safety 


6 911 920 

8 175 826 

18 345 011 

8 730 320 

14 223 659 

14 223 659 

22 665 597 

20 321 613 

20 729 050 

Housing 


176 067 

3 285 540 

22 798 802 

81 168 538 

3 564 444 

3 564 444 

1 107 434 

203 629 

214 203 

Health 


2 690 879 

2 683 479 

338 970 

258 067 

258 067 

258 067 

299 700 

316 080 

339 300 

Economic and environmental services 


48 005 126 

52 054 112 

60 527 640 

55 648 933 

56 624 995 

56 624 995 

56 724 479 

53 011 531 

60 970 211 

Planning and development 


2 485 316 

2 452 225 

3 100 086 

3 019 223 

2 957 170 

2 957 170 

6 073 097 

5 841 749 

6 735 429 

Road transport 


45 519 810 

49 601 886 

57 427 554 

52 629 710 

53 667 825 

53 667 825 

50 651 382 

47 169 782 

54 234 782 

Environmental protection 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Trading services 


561 956 746 

640 448 410 

727 551 121 

790 022 566 

801 219 400 

801 219 400 

897 732 001 

945 147 917 

1 035 900 388 

Electricity 


364 258 160 

419 587 017 

473 783 195 

503 720 475 

505 862 070 

505 862 070 

569 682 082 

627 136 071 

703 007 418 

Water 


61 410 363 

81 590 576 

93 300 773 

93 579 837 

95 761 747 

95 761 747 

118 332 358 

105 089 166 

109 893 678 

Waste water management 


78 573 672 

72 336 646 

81 471 182 

96 295 711 

99 985 769 

99 985 769 

103 873 863 

104 689 324 

107 822 862 

Waste management 


57 714 551 

66 934 171 

78 995 971 

96 426 543 

99 609 814 

99 609 814 

105 843 698 

108 233 356 

115 176 430 

Other 

4 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Total Revenue ■ Standard 

2 

983 427 864 

1 083 091 435 

1 313 732 480 

1 398 882 473 

1 305 086 115 

1 305 086 115 

1 474 943 140 

1 548 273 210 

1 682 191 245 

Expenditure - Standard 











Governance and administration 


192 073 235 

250 723 269 

260 123 566 

266 597 839 

265 424 043 

265 424 043 

298 378 137 

316 636 781 

335 333 041 

Executive and council 


60 376 048 

67 015 021 

82 142 280 

85 463 450 

84 333 092 

84 333 092 

95 333 342 

103 877 420 

112 655 189 

Budget and treasury office 


41 994 049 

46 348 714 

53 247 950 

63 627 517 

63 529 853 

63 529 853 

68 766 603 

75 452 640 

80 297 325 

Corporate services 


89 703 137 

137 359 534 

124 733 336 

117 506 872 

117 561 098 

117 561 098 

134 278 192 

137 306 721 

142 380 527 

Community and public safety 


142 326 025 

162 557 133 

178 097 340 

269 235 119 

203 341 128 

203 341 128 

217 013 028 

231 571 108 

244 062 836 

Community and social services 


20 969 009 

25 757 690 

28 304 740 

31 510 955 

32 673 168 

32 673 168 

35 884 668 

39 682 962 

39 873 936 

Sport and recreation 


38 755 325 

43 587 045 

50 958 786 

56 800 635 

57 856 746 

57 856 746 

64 295 718 

67 188 583 

70 820 445 

Public safety 


53 853 404 

61 339 640 

81 014 311 

83 448 632 

91 629 382 

91 629 382 

99 117 927 

106 247 707 

113 585 063 

Housing 


7 629 884 

8 463 598 

9 354 335 

91 470 502 

14 759 161 

14 759 161 

13 028 278 

13 462 541 

14 436 860 

Health 


21 118 403 

23 409 159 

8 465 169 

6 004 395 

6 422 671 

6 422 671 

4 686 437 

4 989 315 

5 346 532 

Economic and environmental services 


100 704 853 

91 802 541 

102 267 786 

119 825 821 

120 579 791 

120 579 791 

124 889 572 

127 957 765 

130 952 501 

Planning and development 


9 237 656 

10 829 523 

14 196 054 

17 986 756 

17 846 685 

17 846 685 

18 741 087 

18 317 714 

19 303 625 

Road transport 


91 467 197 

80 973 019 

88 071 732 

101 839 065 

102 733 106 

102 733 106 

106 148 485 

109 640 051 

111 648 876 

Environmental protection 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Trading services 


478 500 152 

543 843 540 

600 319 090 

696 727 392 

699 984 429 

699 984 429 

762 549 365 

843 166 118 

934 028 535 

Electricity 


318 922 678 

364 876 866 

384 421 013 

442 184 171 

440 909 172 

440 909 172 

485 407 517 

545 023 771 

613 821 111 

Water 


54 322 793 

57 666 437 

71 488 741 

87 447 868 

88 474 270 

88 474 270 

95 670 761 

104 317 625 

112 883 087 

Waste water management 


50 270 463 

57 193 861 

64 932 344 

82 420 165 

83 415 428 

83 415 428 

88 598 540 

95 454 197 

102 635 885 

Waste management 


54 984 218 

64 106 377 

79 476 991 

84 675 188 

87 185 559 

87 185 559 

92 872 547 

98 370 525 

104 688 452 

Other 

4 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Total Expenditure ■ Standard 

3 

913 604 264 

1 048 926 483 

1 140 807 781 

1 352 386 171 

1 289 329 391 

1 289 329 391 

1 402 830 102 

1 519 331 772 

1 644 376 913 

SurplusZ(Deficit) for the year 


69 823 600 

34 164 952 

172 924 699 

46 496 302 

15 756 724 

15 756 724 

72 113 038 

28 941 438 

37 814 332 


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TABLE A2A 


Steve Tshwete Municipality ■ MP313 


Standard Classification Description 

Ref 

1 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 

Current Year 2014/15 

1 2014/15 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure j 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited Outcome 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year +1 
2016/17 

Budget Year +2 
2017/18 

Revenue - Standard 











Municipal governance and administration 


343 949 836 

366 250 242 

472 454 150 

441 683 899 

421 203 410 

421 203 410 

488 018 631 

517 734 619 

548 355 830 

Executive and council 


38 909 280 

40 692 081 

55 687 275 

46 069 304 

46 794 804 

46 794 804 

57 503 329 

69 868 808 

84 894 096 

Mayor and Council 


38 904 280 

40 692 045 

55 673 408 

46 069 304 

46 794 804 

46 794 804 

57 503 329 

69 868 808 

84 894 096 

Municipal Manager 


5 000 

36 

13 867 







Budget and treasury office 


229 233 879 

262 258 069 

301 301 775 

310 231 565 

317 455 796 

317 455 796 

339 903 781 

356 884 678 

368 085 492 

Corporate services 


75 806 677 

63 300 092 

115 465 100 

85 383 030 

56 952 810 

56 952 810 

90 611 521 

90 981 133 

95 376 242 

Human Resources 


1 377 306 

1 374 868 

609 213 

1 364 400 

1 368 900 

1 368 900 

672 272 

705 800 

715 638 

Information Technology 


7 956 

30 708 

257 865 

27 720 

27 720 

27 720 

966 900 

28 500 

30 500 

Property Services 


66 905 849 

54 005 191 

103 632 948 

73 535 360 

45 249 728 

45 249 728 

77 236 273 

77 897 189 

80 502 128 

Other Admin 


7 515 565 

7 889 325 

10 965 074 

10 455 550 

10 306 462 

10 306 462 

11 736 076 

12 349 644 

14 127 976 

Community and public safety 


29 516 156 

24 338 670 

53 199 569 

111 527 075 

26 038 310 

26 038 310 

32 468 029 

32 379 143 

36 964 816 

Community and social services 


10 833 112 

5 465 768 

7 054 538 

4 911 021 

3 261 901 

3 261 901 

4 493 558 

7 578 467 

9 669 303 

Libraries and Archives 


470 687 

137 798 

102 827 

95 028 

95 028 

95 028 

95 645 

98 710 

101 990 

Museums & Art Galleries etc 











Community halls and Facilities 


7 605 182 

3 445 650 

4 212 937 

2 127 500 

2 476 800 

2 476 800 

1 165 000 

4 710 700 

5 760 449 

Cemeteries & Crematoriums 


2 485 739 

1 602 706 

2 439 441 

2 372 515 

372 515 

372 515 

2 921 140 

2 442 198 

3 464 300 

Child Care 











Aged Care 


271 504 

279 615 

299 334 

315 978 

317 558 

317 558 

311 773 

326 859 

342 564 

Other Community 











Other Social 











Sport and recreation 


8 904 179 

4 728 057 

4 662 248 

16 459 129 

4 730 239 

4 730 239 

3 901 740 

3 959 354 

6 012 960 

Public safety 


6 911 920 

8 175 826 

18 345 011 

8 730 320 

14 223 659 

14 223 659 

22 665 597 

20 321 613 

20 729 050 

Police 


5 367 386 

5 622 256 

14 319 770 

6 502 185 

13 985 884 

13 985 884 

16 770 350 

17 009 980 

17 192 888 

Fire 


1 525 334 

1 743 185 

2 788 360 

328 135 

237 775 

237 775 

2 895 247 

311 633 

336 162 

Civil Defence 











Street Lighting 


19 200 

810 385 

1 236 880 

1 900 000 



3 000 000 

3 000 000 

3 200 000 

Other 











Housing 


176 067 

3 285 540 

22 798 802 

81 168 538 

3 564 444 

3 564 444 

1 107 434 

203 629 

214 203 

Health 


2 690 879 

2 683 479 

338 970 

258 067 

258 067 

258 067 

299 700 

316 080 

339 300 

Clinics 


2 510 105 

2 400 000 








Ambulance 











Other 


180 774 

283 479 

338 970 

258 067 

258 067 

258 067 

299 700 

316 080 

339 300 

Economic and environmental services 


48 005 126 

52 054 112 

60 527 640 

55 648 933 

56 624 995 

56 624 995 

56 724 479 

53 011 531 

60 970 211 

Planning and development 


2 485 316 

2 452 225 

3 100 086 

3 019 223 

2 957 170 

2 957 170 

6 073 097 

5 841 749 

6 735 429 

Economic Development/Planning 



325 517 

227 010 




2 000 000 

2 000 000 

3 000 000 

Town Planning/Building enforcement 













2 485 316 

2 126 708 

2 873 076 

3 019 223 

2 957 170 

2 957 170 

4 073 097 

3 841 749 

3 735 429 

Licensing & Regulation 











Road transport 


45 519 810 

49 601 886 

57 427 554 

52 629 710 

53 667 825 

53 667 825 

50 651 382 

47 169 782 

54 234 782 

Roads 


26 391 521 

30 631 574 

34 284 952 

30 912 980 

30 912 980 

30 912 980 

26 442 912 

22 113 699 

27 643 360 

Public Buses 











Parking Garages 











Vehicle Licensing and Testing 


16 564 262 

18 588 605 

23 119 131 

21 691 580 

22 729 695 

22 729 695 

24 182 070 

25 028 353 

26 262 028 

Other 


2 564 026 

381 708 

23 471 

25 150 

25 150 

25 150 

26 400 

27 730 

329 394 

Environmental protection 











Pollution Control 











Biodiversity & Landscape 











Other 











Trading services 


561 956 746 

640 448 410 

727 551 121 

790 022 566 

801 219 400 

801 219 400 

897 732 001 

945 147 917 

1 035 900 388 

Electricity 


364 258 160 

419 587 017 

473 783 195 

503 720 475 

505 862 070 

505 862 070 

569 682 082 

627 136 071 

703 007 418 

Electricity Distribution 


364 258 160 

419 587 017 

473 783 195 

503 720 475 

505 862 070 

505 862 070 

569 682 082 

627 136 071 

703 007 418 

Electricity Generation 











Water 


61 410 363 

81 590 576 

93 300 773 

93 579 837 

95 761 747 

95 761 747 

118 332 358 

105 089 166 

109 893 678 

Water Distribution 


61 198 449 

64 143 161 

72 211 981 

82 579 837 

84 761 747 

84 761 747 

101 309 272 

105 089 166 

109 893 678 

Water Storage 


211 914 

17 447 415 

21 088 792 

11 000 000 

11 000 000 

11 000 000 

17 023 086 



Waste water management 


78 573 672 

72 336 646 

81 471 182 

96 295 711 

99 985 769 

99 985 769 

103 873 863 

104 689 324 

107 822 862 

Sewerage 


78 573 672 

72 336 646 

81 471 182 

96 295 711 

99 985 769 

99 985 769 

103 873 863 

104 689 324 

107 822 862 

Storm Water Management 











Public Toilets 











Waste management 


57 714 551 

66 934 171 

78 995 971 

96 426 543 

99 609 814 

99 609 814 

105 843 698 

108 233 356 

115 176 430 

Solid Waste 


57 714 551 

66 934 171 

78 995 971 

96 426 543 

99 609 814 

99 609 814 

105 843 698 

108 233 356 

115 176 430 

Other 











Air Transport 











Abattoirs 











Tourism 











Forestry 











Markets 











Total Revenue - Standard 

2 

983 427 864 

1 083 091 435 

1 313 732 480 

1 398 882 473 

1 305 086 115 

1 305 086 115 

1 474 943 140 

1 548 273 210 

1 682 191 245 













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TABLE A2A 


Steve Tshwete Municipality ■ MP313 


Standard Classification Description 

Ref 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 

Current Year 2014/15 

1 2014/15 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure j 


1 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited Outcome 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year +1 
2016/17 

Budget Year +2 
2017/18 

Expenditure - Standard 











Municipal governance and administration 


192 073 235 

250 723 269 

260 123 566 

266 597 839 

265 424 043 

265 424 043 

298 378 137 

316 636 781 

335 333 041 

Executive and council 


60 376 048 

67 015 021 

82 142 280 

85 463 450 

84 333 092 

84 333 092 

95 333 342 

103 877 420 

112 655 189 

Mayor and Council 


33 440 544 

36 578 722 

47 004 824 

43 326 106 

43 552 648 

43 552 648 

45 880 414 

48 614 497 

52 208 102 

Municipal Manager 


26 935 504 

30 436 299 

35 137 455 

42 137 344 

40 780 444 

40 780 444 

49 452 928 

55 262 923 

60 447 087 

Budget and treasury office 


41 994 049 

46 348 714 

53 247 950 

63 627 517 

63 529 853 

63 529 853 

68 766 603 

75 452 640 

80 297 325 

Corporate services 


89 703 137 

137 359 534 

124 733 336 

117 506 872 

117 561 098 

117 561 098 

134 278 192 

137 306 721 

142 380 527 

Human Resources 


8 318 822 

9 072 579 

9 732 391 

12 098 901 

11 964 758 

11 964 758 

13 282 142 

14 245 565 

15 349 617 

Information Technology 


9 762 842 

11 180 958 

14 263 583 

16 939 756 

17 269 877 

17 269 877 

17 496 543 

15 311 292 

15 844 438 

Property Services 


35 654 472 

76 843 398 

57 921 407 

37 946 997 

38 482 548 

38 482 548 

51 343 899 

52 788 135 

52 278 318 

Other Admin 


35 967 001 

40 262 599 

42 815 955 

50 521 218 

49 843 915 

49 843 915 

52 155 608 

54 961 729 

58 908 154 

Community and public safety 


142 326 025 

162 557 133 

178 097 340 

269 235 119 

203 341 128 

203 341 128 

217 013 028 

231 571 108 

244 062 836 

Community and social services 


20 969 009 

25 757 690 

28 304 740 

31 510 955 

32 673 168 

32 673 168 

35 884 668 

39 682 962 

39 873 936 

Libraries and Archives 


8 496 291 

9 037 468 

10 252 335 

10 726 618 

11 201 846 

11 201 846 

12 593 623 

13 408 071 

14 301 870 

Museums & Art Galleries etc 











Community halls and Facilities 


5 237 872 

8 778 289 

9 240 673 

9 965 349 

10 518 836 

10 518 836 

11 452 359 

11 943 386 

12 301 984 

Cemeteries & Crematoriums 


4 426 933 

4 504 915 

4 896 870 

6 061 167 

6 115 650 

6 115 650 

6 649 249 

6 777 464 

7 389 463 

Child Care 











Aged Care 


922 881 

896 087 

789 380 

915 556 

970 284 

970 284 

854 591 

877 234 

901 421 

Other Community 











Other Social 


1 885 031 

2 540 930 

3 125 482 

3 842 265 

3 866 552 

3 866 552 

4 334 846 

6 676 807 

4 979 198 

Sport and recreation 


38 755 325 

43 587 045 

50 958 786 

56 800 635 

57 856 746 

57 856 746 

64 295 718 

67 188 583 

70 820 445 

Public safety 


53 853 404 

61 339 640 

81 014 311 

83 448 632 

91 629 382 

91 629 382 

99 117 927 

106 247 707 

113 585 063 

Police 


22 899 084 

26 810 246 

39 137 105 

35 341 765 

43 239 115 

43 239 115 

47 804 154 

50 445 626 

53 430 952 

Fire 


26 067 993 

29 686 083 

32 789 889 

36 906 017 

37 091 341 

37 091 341 

38 739 409 

41 647 512 

44 555 573 

Civil Defence 











Street Lighting 


4 886 327 

4 843 311 

9 087 317 

11 200 850 

11 298 926 

11 298 926 

12 574 364 

14 154 569 

15 598 538 

Other 











Housing 


7 629 884 

8 463 598 

9 354 335 

91 470 502 

14 759 161 

14 759 161 

13 028 278 

13 462 541 

14 436 860 

Health 


21 118 403 

23 409 159 

8 465 169 

6 004 395 

6 422 671 

6 422 671 

4 686 437 

4 989 315 

5 346 532 

Clinics 


16 507 574 

18 669 769 

5 082 356 


290 699 

290 699 




Ambulance 











Other 


4 610 829 

4 739 391 

3 382 814 

6 004 395 

6 131 972 

6 131 972 

4 686 437 

4 989 315 

5 346 532 

Economic and environmental services 


100 704 853 

91 802 541 

102 267 786 

119 825 821 

120 579 791 

120 579 791 

124 889 572 

127 957 765 

130 952 501 

Planning and development 


9 237 656 

10 829 523 

14 196 054 

17 986 756 

17 846 685 

17 846 685 

18 741 087 

18 317 714 

19 303 625 

Economic Development/Planning 


2 089 814 

2 646 700 

3 301 371 

4 397 785 

4 458 580 

4 458 580 

4 804 276 

5 143 737 

5 529 856 

Town Planning/Building enforcement 













7 147 842 

8 182 823 

10 894 683 

13 588 971 

13 388 105 

13 388 105 

13 936 811 

13 173 977 

13 773 769 

Licensing & Regulation 











Road transport 


91 467 197 

80 973 019 

88 071 732 

101 839 065 

102 733 106 

102 733 106 

106 148 485 

109 640 051 

111 648 876 

Roads 


78 496 462 

66 271 288 

69 546 484 

80 799 814 

81 237 807 

81 237 807 

82 418 584 

83 914 418 

84 358 846 

Public Buses 











Parking Garages 











Vehicle Licensing and Testing 


11 212 203 

12 842 797 

16 384 732 

18 752 981 

19 205 877 

19 205 877 

21 304 937 

23 155 869 

24 537 852 

Other 


1 758 532 

1 858 934 

2 140 516 

2 286 270 

2 289 422 

2 289 422 

2 424 964 

2 569 764 

2 752 178 

Environmental protection 











Pollution Control 

Biodiversity & Landscape 

Other 











Trading services 


478 500 152 

543 843 540 

600 319 090 

696 727 392 

699 984 429 

699 984 429 

762 549 365 

843 166 118 

934 028 535 

Electricity 


318 922 678 

364 876 866 

384 421 013 

442 184 171 

440 909 172 

440 909 172 

485 407 517 

545 023 771 

613 821 111 

Electricity Distribution 

Electricity Generation 


318 922 678 

364 876 866 

384 421 013 

442 184 171 

440 909 172 

440 909 172 

485 407 517 

545 023 771 

613 821 111 

Water 


54 322 793 

57 666 437 

71 488 741 

87 447 868 

88 474 270 

88 474 270 

95 670 761 

104 317 625 

112 883 087 

Water Distribution 


35 834 452 

39 974 329 

41 168 120 

49 168 003 

49 878 392 

49 878 392 

55 511 167 

59 983 090 

64 757 199 

Water Storage 


18 488 341 

17 692 108 

30 320 621 

38 279 865 

38 595 878 

38 595 878 

40 159 594 

44 334 535 

48 125 888 

Waste water management 


50 270 463 

57 193 861 

64 932 344 

82 420 165 

83 415 428 

83 415 428 

88 598 540 

95 454 197 

102 635 885 

Sewerage 


48 509 034 

55 346 384 

62 947 399 

80 341 647 

81 339 542 

81 339 542 

86 201 087 

92 779 986 

99 748 686 

Storm Water Management 











Public Toilets 


1 761 429 

1 847 476 

1 984 945 

2 078 518 

2 075 886 

2 075 886 

2 397 453 

2 674 211 

2 887 199 

Waste management 


54 984 218 

64 106 377 

79 476 991 

84 675 188 

87 185 559 

87 185 559 

92 872 547 

98 370 525 

104 688 452 

Solid Waste 


54 984 218 

64 106 377 

79 476 991 

84 675 188 

87 185 559 

87 185 559 

92 872 547 

98 370 525 

104 688 452 

Other 











Air Transport 

Abattoirs 

Tourism 

Forestry 

Markets 











Total Expenditure - Standard 

3 

913 604 264 

1 048 926 483 

1 140 807 781 

1 352 386 171 

1 289 329 391 

1 289 329 391 

1 402 830 102 

1 519 331 772 

1 644 376 913 

SurplusZ(Deficit) for the year 


69 823 600 

34 164 952 

172 924 699 

46 496 302 

15 756 724 

15 756 724 

72 113 038 

28 941 438 

37 814 332 


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TABLE A3 





Steve Tshwete Municipality - MP313 





Vote Description 

Ref 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 

Current Year 2014/15 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 
Framework 



Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited Outcome 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year +1 
2016/17 

Budget Year +2 
2017/18 

Revenue by Vote 

Vote 1 - Executive & Council 

1 

38 904 280 

40 692 045 

55 673 408 

46 069 304 

46 794 804 

46 794 805 

57 503 329 

69 868 808 

84 894 096 

Vote 2 - Budget & Treasury 


5 000 

325 553 

227 010 




2 000 000 

2 000 000 

3 000 000 

Vote 3 - Corporate Services 


229 233 879 

262 258 069 

320 459 287 

331 141 405 

338 216 548 

338 216 548 

362 799 562 

380 926 012 

393 771 407 

Vote 4 - Planning Development 


75 806 677 

63 300 092 

58 773 972 

41 117 120 

13 646 120 

13 646 120 

39 839 172 

37 935 125 

37 948 071 

Vote 5 - Health Services 


92 385 851 

102 720 298 

147 422 467 

209 397 454 

143 758 965 

143 758 965 

153 166 277 

156 755 828 

167 297 764 

Vote 6 - Community & Social Services 


547 092 177 

613 795 377 

731 176 335 

771 157 190 

762 669 678 

762 669 677 

859 634 800 

900 787 437 

995 279 907 

Vote 7 - Human Settlements 











Vote 8 - Public Safety 











Vote 9 - Sport & Recreation 











Vote 10 - Waste Management 











Vote 11 - Waste Water Management 











Vote 12 - Road Transport 











Vote 13 - Water 











Vote 14 - Electricity 











Vote 15 - 











Total Revenue by Vote 

2 

983 427 864 

1 083 091 435 

1 313 732 479 

1 398 882 473 

1 305 086 115 

1 305 086 115 

1 474 943 140 

1 548 273 210 

1 682 191 245 

Expenditure by Vote to be appropriated 

Vote 1 - Executive & Council 

1 

33 440 544 

36 578 722 

48 049 824 

45 011 106 

45 237 648 

45 237 649 

47 555 414 

50 479 497 

54 263 102 

Vote 2 - Budget & Treasury 


30 910 349 

35 623 929 

12 944 118 

15 492 731 

15 663 021 

15 663 021 

17 187 518 

20 765 559 

20 262 923 

Vote 3 - Corporate Services 


41 994 049 

46 348 714 

73 868 051 

88 071 466 

87 062 725 

87 062 725 

96 236 511 

104 307 792 

110 100 889 

Vote 4 - Planning Development 


89 703 137 

137 359 536 

80 371 146 

62 626 297 

62 579 643 

62 579 642 

77 314 190 

79 211 192 

81 172 579 

Vote 5 - Health Services 


158 568 830 

184 030 104 

210 849 214 

300 678 410 

236 731 786 

236 731 786 

251 522 842 

267 974 276 

286 827 689 

Vote 6 - Community & Social Services 


558 987 354 

608 985 477 

714 725 426 

840 506 161 

842 054 568 

842 054 568 

913 013 627 

996 593 456 

1 091 749 731 

Vote 7 - Human Settlements 











Vote 8 - Public Safety 











Vote 9 - Sport & Recreation 











Vote 10 - Waste Management 











Vote 11 - Waste Water Management 











Vote 12 - Road Transport 











Vote 13 - Water 











Vote 14 - Electricity 











Vote 15 - 











Total Expenditure by Vote 

2 

913 604 264 

1 048 926 482 

1 140 807 780 

1 352 386 171 

1 289 329 391 

1 289 329 391 

1 402 830 102 

1 519 331 772 

1 644 376 913 

Surplus/(Deficit) for the year 

2 

69 823 600 

34 164 953 

172 924 699 

46 496 302 

15 756 724 

15 756 724 

72 113 038 

28 941 438 

37 814 332 


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TABLE A3A 


Steve Tshwete Municipality ■ MP313 


Vote Description 

Ref 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 

Current Year 2014/15 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 
Framework 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited Outcome 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year +1 
2016/17 

Budget Year +2 
2017/18 

Revenue bv Vote 

1 










Vote 1 - Council & Executive Mayor 


38 904 280 

40 692 045 

55 673 408 

46 069 304 

46 794 804 

46 794 805 

57 503 329 

69 868 808 

84 894 096 

1.1 - Council & Executive 


38 904 280 

40 692 045 

55 673 408 

46 069 304 

46 794 804 

46 794 805 

57 503 329 

69 868 808 

84 894 096 

Vote 2 - Municipal Manager 


5 000 

325 553 

227 010 




2 000 000 

2 000 000 

3 000 000 

2.1 - Municipal Manager 


5 000 

325 553 








2.2 - Gender & Social 











Vote 3 - Financial Services 


229 233 879 

262 258 069 

320 459 287 

331 141 405 

338 216 548 

338 216 548 

362 799 562 

380 926 012 

393 771 407 

3.1 -Budgets Treasury 


229 233 879 

262 258 069 

315 181 651 

325 470 100 

332 694 331 

332 694 331 

356 092 462 

373 876 448 

386 307 024 

3.2 - Data Control 




7 950 

1 405 800 

955 800 

955 800 

1 405 800 

1 475 800 

1 549 706 

3.3 - Grant Management 




2 482 954 

1 700 000 

2 134 000 

2 134 000 

1 600 000 

1 625 000 

1 700 000 

3.4 - Supply Chain Management 




2 786 732 

2 565 505 

2 432 417 

2 432 417 

3 701 300 

3 948 764 

4 214 677 

Vote 4 - Corporate Services 


75 806 677 

63 300 092 

58 773 972 

41 117 120 

13 646 120 

13 646 120 

39 839 172 

37 935 125 

37 948 071 

4.1 - Corporate Services 


7 515 565 

7 889 325 








4.2 - Community Participation 











4.3 - Human Resources 


1 377 306 

1 374 868 

609 213 

1 364 400 

1 368 900 

1 368 900 

672 272 

705 800 

715 638 

4.4 - Information Technology 


7 956 

30 708 

257 865 

27 720 

27 720 

27 720 

966 900 

28 500 

30 500 

4.5 - Legal & Administration 




13 867 







4.6 - Property Valuation 


66 905 849 

54 005 191 

57 893 027 

39 725 000 

12 249 500 

12 249 500 

38 200 000 

37 200 825 

37 201 933 

Vote 5 - Community Services 


92 385 851 

102 720 298 

147 422 467 

209 397 454 

143 758 965 

143 758 965 

153 166 277 

156 755 828 

167 297 764 

5.1 - Community Services 











5.2 - Community Facilities 


8 075 868 

3 583 448 

4 315 764 

2 222 528 

2 571 828 

2 571 828 

1 260 645 

4 809 410 

5 862 439 

5.3 - Environmental Health 


2 690 879 

2 683 479 

338 970 

258 067 

258 067 

258 067 

299 700 

316 080 

339 300 

5.4 - Human Settlements 


447 571 

3 565 154 

23 544 500 

81 968 416 

4 365 902 

4 365 902 

1 914 567 

1 047 016 

1 095 517 

5.5 - Public Safety 


23 456 982 

25 954 046 

40 227 262 

28 521 900 

36 953 354 

36 953 354 

43 847 667 

42 349 966 

44 824 078 

5.6 - Waste Management 


57 714 551 

66 934 171 

78 995 971 

96 426 543 

99 609 814 

99 609 814 

105 843 698 

108 233 356 

115 176 430 

Vote 6 - Infrastructure Management 


547 092 177 

613 795 377 

731 176 335 

771 157 190 

762 669 678 

762 669 677 

859 634 800 

900 787 437 

995 279 907 

6.1 - Infrastructure Management 




3 318 116 

1 851 320 

1 851 320 

1 851 320 

1 923 760 

1 998 120 

2 109 640 

6.2 - Planning & Development 


2 485 316 

2 126 708 

2 873 076 

3 019 223 

2 957 170 

2 957 170 

4 073 097 

3 841 749 

3 735 429 

6.3 - Buildings & Fleet Management 




33 783 002 

21 020 850 

20 210 718 

20 210 717 

25 457 448 

26 490 026 

28 360 866 

6.4 - Physical Environmental Development 


11 389 918 

6 330 763 

7 101 689 

18 831 644 

5 102 754 

5 102 754 

6 822 880 

6 401 552 

9 477 260 

6.5 - Waste Water Management 


78 573 672 

72 336 646 

81 471 182 

96 295 711 

99 985 769 

99 985 769 

103 873 863 

104 689 324 

107 822 862 

6.6 - Roads & Stormwater 


28 955 547 

31 013 282 

34 308 423 

30 938 130 

30 938 130 

30 938 130 

26 469 312 

22 141 429 

27 672 754 

6.7 - Water Services 


61 410 363 

81 590 576 

93 300 772 

93 579 837 

95 761 747 

95 761 747 

118 332 358 

105 089 166 

109 893 678 

6.8 - Electricity Services 


364 277 360 

420 397 402 

475 020 075 

505 620 475 

505 862 070 

505 862 070 

572 682 082 

630 136 071 

706 207 418 

Total Revenue by Vote 

2 

983 427 864 

1 083 091 435 

1 313 732 479 

1 398 882 473 

1 305 086 115 

1 305 086 115 

1 474 943 140 

1 548 273 210 

1 682 191 245 













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TABLE A3A 


Steve Tshwete Municipality ■ MP313 


Vote Description 

Ref 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 

Current Year 2014/15 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 
Framework 



Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited Outcome 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year +1 
2016/17 

Budget Year +2 
2017/18 

Expenditure by Vote 

1 










Vote 1 - Council & Executive Mayor 


33 440 544 

36 578 722 

48 049 824 

45 011 106 

45 237 648 

45 237 649 

47 555 414 

50 479 497 

54 263 102 

1.1 - Council & Executive 


33 440 544 

36 578 722 

48 049 824 

45 011 106 

45 237 648 

45 237 649 

47 555 414 

50 479 497 

54 263 102 

Vote 2 - Municipal Manager 


30 910 349 

35 623 929 

12 944 118 

15 492 731 

15 663 021 

15 663 021 

17 187 518 

20 765 559 

20 262 923 

2.1 - Municipal Manager 


29 025 318 

33 082 999 

4 710 361 

5 155 711 

5 225 499 

5 225 499 

5 962 087 

6 638 707 

7 261 368 

2.2 - Gender & Social 


1 885 031 

2 540 930 

812 774 

1 013 269 

1 052 799 

1 052 799 

1 502 489 

3 634 564 

1 719 797 

2.3 - Internal Audit 




1 806 905 

2 096 970 

2 112 390 

2 112 390 

2 086 309 

2 306 308 

2 492 501 

2.4 - Special Programs 




3 301 371 

4 397 785 

4 458 580 

4 458 580 

4 804 276 

5 143 737 

5 529 856 

2.5 - Youth Development 




2 312 708 

2 828 996 

2 813 753 

2 813 753 

2 832 357 

3 042 243 

3 259 401 

Vote 3 - Financial Services 


41 994 049 

46 348 714 

73 868 051 

88 071 466 

87 062 725 

87 062 725 

96 236 511 

104 307 792 

110 100 889 

3.1 -Budgets Treasury 


41 994 049 

46 348 714 

55 681 801 

66 554 508 

66 456 844 

66 456 844 

71 726 819 

78 604 375 

83 661 037 

3.2 - Data Control 




10 899 900 

13 223 888 

12 900 904 

12 900 904 

14 258 701 

14 899 120 

14 886 170 

3.3 - Grant Management 




2 060 938 

1 700 000 

1 700 000 

1 700 000 

1 600 000 

1 625 000 

1 700 000 

3.4 - Supply Chain Management 




5 225 412 

6 593 070 

6 004 977 

6 004 977 

8 650 991 

9 179 297 

9 853 682 

Vote 4 - Corporate Services 


89 703 137 

137 359 536 

80 371 146 

62 626 297 

62 579 643 

62 579 642 

77 314 190 

79 211 192 

81 172 579 

4.1 - Corporate Services 


35 967 001 

40 262 599 

1 661 492 

1 807 683 

1 432 772 

1 432 772 

2 106 736 

2 514 083 

1 798 987 

4.2 - Community Participation 




2 676 286 

3 234 027 

3 570 778 

3 570 778 

4 273 764 

4 516 720 

4 804 028 

4.3 - Human Resources 


8 318 822 

9 072 579 

9 732 391 

12 098 901 

11 964 758 

11 964 758 

13 282 142 

14 245 565 

15 349 617 

4.4 - Information Technology 


9 762 842 

11 180 960 

14 263 583 

16 939 756 

17 269 877 

17 269 877 

17 496 543 

15 311 292 

15 844 438 

4.5 - Legal & Administration 




21 208 942 

23 710 796 

23 293 948 

23 293 947 

24 864 963 

26 114 579 

27 866 966 

4.6 - Property Valuation 


35 654 472 

76 843 398 

30 828 451 

4 835 134 

5 047 510 

5 047 510 

15 290 042 

16 508 953 

15 508 543 

Vote 5 - Community Services 


158 568 830 

184 030 104 

210 849 214 

300 678 410 

236 731 786 

236 731 786 

251 522 842 

267 974 276 

286 827 689 

5.1 - Community Services 




2 018 258 

2 345 443 

2 731 097 

2 731 097 

4 742 244 

5 960 356 

7 281 082 

5.2 - Community Facilities 


13 734 164 

17 815 757 

19 493 008 

20 691 967 

21 720 682 

21 720 682 

24 045 982 

25 351 457 

26 603 854 

5.3 - Environmental Health 


21 118 403 

23 409 159 

8 465 169 

6 004 395 

6 422 671 

6 422 671 

4 686 437 

4 989 315 

5 346 532 

5.4 - Human Settlements 


8 552 765 

9 359 685 

11 095 834 

93 498 953 

16 854 447 

16 854 447 

14 955 965 

15 491 647 

16 579 192 

5.5 - Public Safety 


60 179 281 

69 339 126 

90 299 953 

93 462 464 

101 817 330 

101 817 330 

110 219 667 

117 810 976 

126 328 577 

5.6 - Waste Management 


54 984 218 

64 106 377 

79 476 991 

84 675 188 

87 185 559 

87 185 559 

92 872 547 

98 370 525 

104 688 452 

Vote 6 - Infrastructure Management 


558 987 354 

608 985 477 

714 725 426 

840 506 161 

842 054 568 

842 054 568 

913 013 627 

996 593 456 

1 091 749 731 

6.1 - Infrastructure Management 




17 366 208 

20 882 148 

20 958 496 

20958 496 

20 806 316 

22 922 825 

25 719 002 

6.2 - Planning & Development 


7 147 842 

8 182 823 

10 894 683 

13 588 971 

13 388 105 

13 388 105 

13 936 811 

13 173 977 

13 773 769 

6.3 - Buildings & Fleet Management 




33 096 801 

41 177 764 

40 454 728 

40 454 728 

45 033 140 

46 339 507 

47 636 052 

6.4 - Physical Environmental Development 


43 182 258 

48 091 960 

55 855 654 

62 861 802 

63 972 396 

63 972 396 

70 944 967 

73 966 047 

78 209 908 

6.5 - Waste Water Management 


50 270 463 

57 193 860 

62 947 399 

80 341 647 

81 339 542 

81 339 542 

86 201 087 

92 779 986 

99 748 686 

6.6 - Roads & Stormwater 


80 254 994 

68 130 221 

69 567 610 

80 820 940 

81 258 933 

81 258 933 

82 438 664 

83 915 149 

84 359 578 

6.7 - Water Services 


54 322 793 

57 666 437 

71 488 741 

87 447 868 

88 474 270 

88 474 270 

95 670 761 

104 317 625 

112 883 087 

6.8 - Electricity Services 


323 809 005 

369 720 176 

393 508 330 

453 385 021 

452 208 098 

452 208 098 

497 981 881 

559 178 340 

629 419 649 

Total Expenditure by Vote 

2 

913 604 264 

1 048 926 482 

1 140 807 780 

1 352 386 171 

1 289 329 391 

1 289 329 391 

1 402 830 102 

1 519 331 772 

1 644 376 913 

SurplusZ(Deficit) for the year 

2 

69 823 600 

34 164 953 

172 924 699 

46 496 302 

15 756 724 

15 756 724 

72 113 038 

28 941 438 

37 814 332 


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TABLE A4 


Steve Tshwete Municipality ■ MP313 


Description 

Ref 

1 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 

Current Year 2014/15 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 
Framework 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Pre-audit 

outcome 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year +1 
2016/17 

Budget Year +2 
2017/18 

Revenue Bv Source 












Property rates 

2 

198 443 748 

230 303 644 

264 425 808 

272 882 246 

278 807 712 

278 807 712 

278 807 712 

301 305 502 

316 055 776 

326 327 590 

Property rates - penalties & collection charges 












Service charges - electricity revenue 

2 

343 865 016 

393 197 587 

449 191 695 

486 740 811 

484 466 807 

484 466 807 

484 466 807 

538 663 982 

606 752 985 

682 819 137 

Service charges - water revenue 

2 

53 317 464 

56 617 772 

56 434 561 

69 178 505 

68 554 660 

68 554 660 

68 554 660 

81 422 403 

90 599 974 

100 456 418 

Service charges - sanitation revenue 

2 

45 155 692 

53 853 246 

59 951 728 

63 559 034 

64 421 975 

64 421 975 

64 421 975 

68 300 892 

74 888 897 

81 554 412 

Service charges - refuse revenue 

2 

43 439 606 

51 526 257 

61 033 051 

68 975 164 

69 533 699 

69 533 699 

69 533 699 

78 401 695 

83 511 146 

89 368 560 

Service charges - other 












Rental of facilities and equipment 


13 890 534 

14 355 983 

29 792 983 

35 361 329 

34 603 957 

34 603 957 

34 603 957 

35 867 521 

37 260 823 

39 551 305 

Interest earned - external investments 


21 606 766 

20 894 052 

22 475 654 

20 693 700 

21 469 319 

21 469 319 

21 469 319 

21 381 260 

21 981 300 

23 271 991 

Interest earned - outstanding debtors 


2 132 861 

1 803 908 

2 050 541 

1 497 709 

1 886 987 

1 886 987 

1 886 987 

1 967 516 

2 060 052 

2 159 468 

Dividends received 












Fines 


5 482 572 

5 437 808 

14 349 255 

6 707 900 

14 208 874 

14 208 874 

14 208 874 

16 949 165 

17 196 293 

17 402 303 

Licences and permits 


6 554 138 

7 274 597 

8 541 415 

8 143 940 

8 177 555 

8 177 555 

8 177 555 

8 909 130 

9 353 565 

10 003 336 

Agency services 


9 972 801 

11 309 434 

14 574 227 

13 545 608 

14 545 608 

14 545 608 

14 545 608 

15 295 120 

15 700 700 

16 285 135 

Transfers recognised - operational 


81 607 087 

91 380 079 

120 038 816 

189 619 569 

111 668 219 

111 668 219 

111 668 219 

126 295 300 

141 525 120 

160 987 640 

Other revenue 

2 

77 820 064 

67 224 177 

100 352 538 

66 147 938 

41 320 806 

41 320 806 

41 320 806 

68 021 321 

68 514 699 

70 212 590 

Gains on disposal of PPE 


37 556 

57 740 

91307 

150 000 

800 000 

800 000 

800 000 

150 000 

150 000 

150 000 

Total Revenue (excluding capital transfers and 


903 325 902 

1 005 236 286 

1 203 303 579 

1 303 203 453 

1 214 466 178 

1 214 466 178 

1 214 466 178 

1 362 930 807 

1 485 551 330 

1 620 549 885 

contributions) 












Expenditure By Type 












Employee related costs 

2 

252 327 630 

289 071 176 

308 716 531 

344 431 966 

346 292 835 

346 292 835 

346 292 835 

385 662 127 

418 250 151 

451 938 355 

Remuneration of councillors 


14 613 183 

15 502 253 

17 087 586 

18 817 670 

18 711 270 

18 711 270 

18 711 270 

19 698 455 

21 175 838 

22 869 905 

Debt impairment 

3 

4 797 175 

6 209 251 

11 448 624 

8 033 795 

16 033 795 

16 033 795 

16 033 795 

17 323 239 

18 273 836 

19 052 692 

Depreciation & asset impairment 

2 

159 590 657 

151 663 080 

152 647 665 

176 251 700 

176 251 700 

176 251 700 

176 251 700 

157 228 228 

154 696 859 

153 955 056 

Finance charges 


14 585 490 

12 170 011 

10 969 999 

28 080 922 

28 080 922 

28 080 922 

28 080 922 

30 890 224 

42 201 188 

47 969 723 

Bulk purchases 

2 

250 573 804 

288 735 084 

296 646 672 

340 072 243 

339 072 778 

339 072 778 

339 072 778 

380 168 395 

432 457 083 

492 309 937 

Other materials 

8 











Contracted services 


17 106 393 

22 696 084 

28 554 440 

38 560 561 

38 011 379 

38 011 379 

38 011 379 

41 075 859 

42 933 592 

45 463 512 

Transfers and grants 


44 028 548 

49 878 154 

57 517 288 

62 503 456 

64 393 292 

64 393 292 

64 393 292 

67 662 998 

72 769 828 

77 428 759 

Other expenditure 

4,5 

155 967 763 

203 266 666 

254 621 076 

335 633 858 

262 481 420 

262 481 420 

262 481 420 

303 115 577 

316 568 397 

333 383 974 

Loss on disposal of PPE 


13 620 

9 734 724 

2 597 900 





5 000 

5 000 

5 000 

Total Expenditure 


913 604 264 

1 048 926 482 

1 140 807 780 

1 352 386 171 

1 289 329 391 

1 289 329 391 

1 289 329 391 

1 402 830 102 

1 519 331 772 

1 644 376 913 

Surplus/(Deficit) 


-10 278 362 

-43 690 196 

62 495 799 

-49 182 718 

-74 863 213 

-74 863 213 

-74 863 213 

-39 899 295 

-33 780 442 

-23 827 028 

Transfers recognised - capital 


42 166 137 

50 559 717 

60 240 330 

45 770 680 

52 461 595 

52 461 596 

52 461 597 

62 170 240 

51 954 880 

53 631 360 

Contributions recognised - capital 

6 











Contributed assets 


37 935 825 

27 295 431 

50 188 570 

49 908 340 

38 158 342 

38 158 341 

38 158 342 

49 842 093 

10 767 000 

8 010 000 

SurplusZ(Deficit) after capital transfers & 


69 823 600 

34 164 952 




15 756 724 

15 756 726 

72 113 038 

28 941 438 

37 814 332 

contributions 




172 924 699 

46 496 302 

15 756 724 






Taxation 












Surplus/(Deficit) after taxation 


69 823 600 

34 164 952 

172 924 699 

46 496 302 

15 756 724 

15 756 724 

15 756 726 

72 113 038 

28 941 438 

37 814 332 

Attributable to minorities 














69 823 600 

34 164 952 




15 756 724 

15 756 726 

72 113 038 

28 941 438 

37 814 332 

Surplus/(Deficit) attributable to municipality 




172 924 699 

46 496 302 

15 756 724 






Share of surplus/ (deficit) of associate 

7 











SurplusZ(Deficit) for the year 


69 823 600 

34 164 952 

172 924 699 

46 496 302 

15 756 724 

15 756 724 

15 756 726 

72 113 038 

28 941 438 

37 814 332 


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CHART 1 - REVENUE BY MAJOR SOURCE 


1 800 000 000 i 
1 600 000 000 
1 400 000 000 
1 200 000 000 
1 000 000 000 

800 000 000 

600 000 000 

400 000 000 ' 

200 000 000 ' 




11/12 

Audited 

Actual 

12/13 

Audited 

Actual 

13/14 

Audited 

Actual 

14/15 

Original 

Budqet 

14/15 

Adjusted 

Budqet 

15/16 

Concept 

Budqet 

16/17 

Concept 

Budqet 

17/18 

Concept 

Budqet 

■ Refuse Tariffs 

43 439 606 

51 526 257 

61 033 051 

68 975 164 

69 533 699 

78 401 695 

83 511 146 

89 368 560 

□ Sanitation Tariffs 

45 155 692 

53 853 246 

59 951 728 

63 559 034 

64 421 975 

68 300 892 

74 888 897 

81 554 412 

□ Water tariffs 

53 317 464 

56 617 772 

56 434 561 

69 178 505 

68 554 660 

81 422 403 

90 599 974 

100 456 418 

□ Grants & subsidies : Capital 

80 101 962 

77 855 148 

110 428 900 

95 679 020 

90 619 937 

112 012 333 

62 721 880 

61 641 360 

□ Grants & subsidies : Operating 

81 607 087 

91 380 079 

120 038 816 

189 619 569 

111 668 219 

126 295 300 

141 525 120 

160 987 640 

□ Other Revenue 

137 497 290 

128 357 700 

192 227 920 

152 248 124 

137 013 106 

168 541 033 

172 217 432 

179 036 128 

■ Property rates 

198 443 748 

230 303 644 

264 425 808 

272 882 246 

278 807 712 

301 305 502 

316 055 776 

326 327 590 

■ Electricity tariffs 

343 865 016 

393 197 587 

449 191 695 

486 740 811 

484 466 807 

538 663 982 

606 752 985 

682 819 137 


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CHART 2 - OTHER REVENUE 


200 

000 

000 

180 

000 

000 

160 

000 

000 

140 

000 

000 

120 

000 

000 

100 

000 

000 

80 

000 

000 

60 

000 

000 

40 

000 

000 

20 

000 

000 




11/12 

Audited 

Actual 

12/13 

Audited 

Actual 

13/14 

Audited 

Actual 

14/15 

Original 

Budget 

14/15 

Adjusted 

Budget 

15/16 

Concept 

Budget 

16/17 

Concept 

Budget 

17/18 

Concept 

Budget 

□ Interest earned - Outstanding debtors 

2 132 861 

1 803 908 

2 050 541 

1 497 709 

1 886 987 

1 967 516 

2 060 052 

2 159 468 

□ Rental of facilities and equipment 

13 890 534 

14 355 983 

29 792 983 

35 361 329 

34 603 957 

35 867 521 

37 260 823 

39 551 305 

■ Fines 

5 482 572 

5 437 808 

14 349 255 

6 707 900 

14 208 874 

16 949 165 

17 196 293 

17 402 303 

□ Income from agency services 

9 972 801 

11 309 434 

14 574 227 

13 545 608 

14 545 608 

15 295 120 

15 700 700 

16 285 135 

□ Licenses and permits 

6 554 138 

7 274 597 

8 541 415 

8 143 940 

8 177 555 

8 909 130 

9 353 565 

10 003 336 

□ Interest earned - External investments 

21 606 766 

20 894 052 

22 475 654 

20 693 700 

21 469 319 

21 381 260 

21 981 300 

23 271 991 

■ Other income 

77 857 619 

67 281 917 

100 443 845 

66 297 938 

42 120 806 

68 171 321 

68 664 699 

70 362 590 


Page 69 of 147 


PART 1 - Annual Budget 


CHART 3 - OPERATING EXPENDITURE BY TYPE 

2015/2016 


.Grants and subsidies 
4 . 82 % 


Other expenditure 
21 . 61 % 


Contracted services 
2 . 93 % 


Bulk purchases 
27 . 10 % 



Finance charges 
2.20% 


Depreciation & asset impairment 
11 . 21 % 


Employee related costs 
27 . 49 % 


Remuneration of councillors 
1 . 40 % 


Debt impairment 
1 . 23 % 


Page 70 of 147 


PART 1 - Annual Budget 


CHART 4 - OPERATING EXPENDITURE BY MAIN VOTE 


1 800 000 000 

1 600 000 000 
1 400 000 000 ] 
1 200 000 000 

1 000 000 000 

800 000 000 

600 000 000 
400 000 000 4 
200 000 000 



u - 

11/12 

Audited Actual 

12/13 

Audited Actual 

13/14 

Audited Actual 

14/15 Original 
Budget 

14/15 

Adjusted 

Budget 

15/16 

Concept 

Budget 

16/17 

Concept 

Budget 

17/18 

Concept 

Budget 

■ Waste Water Management 

50 270 463 

57 193 861 

64 932 344 

82 420 165 

83 415 428 

88 598 540 

95 454 197 

102 635 885 

□ Waste Management 

54 984 218 

64 106 377 

79 476 991 

84 675 188 

87 185 559 

92 872 547 

98 370 525 

104 688 452 

□Water 

54 322 793 

57 666 437 

71 488 741 

87 447 868 

88 474 270 

95 670 761 

104 317 625 

112 883 087 

□ Sport and Recreation 

38 755 325 

43 587 045 

50 958 786 

56 800 635 

57 856 746 

64 295 718 

67 188 583 

70 820 445 

□ Executive & Council 

60 376 048 

67 015 021 

82 142 280 

85 463 450 

84 333 092 

95 333 342 

103 877 420 

112 655 189 

□ Public Safety 

53 853 404 

61 339 640 

81 014 311 

83 448 632 

91 629 382 

99 117 927 

106 247 707 

113 585 063 

■ Road Transport 

91 467 197 

80 973 019 

88 071 732 

101 839 065 

102 733 106 

106 148 485 

109 640 051 

1 1 1 648 876 

□ Corporate Services 

89 703 137 

137 359 534 

124 733 336 

117 506 872 

117 561 098 

134 278 192 

137 306 721 

142 380 527 

■ Other Votes 

100 949 001 

114 808 684 

113 568 248 

210 600 125 

135 231 538 

141 107 073 

151 905 172 

159 258 278 

□ Electricity 

318 922 678 

364 876 866 

384 421 013 

442 184 171 

440 909 172 

485 407 517 

545 023 771 

613 821 111 


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CHART 5 - OTHER OPERATING EXPENDITURE 


250 000 000 


200 000 000 


150 000 000 


100 000 000 


50 000 000 



7 

y 



/ 


: 






x- — 












0 

11/12 Audited 
Actual 

12/13 Audited 
Actual 

13/14 Audited 
Actual 

14/15 Original 
Budqet 

14/15 Adjusted 
Budqet 

15/16 Concept 
Budqet 

16/17 Concept 
Budqet 

17/18 Concept 
Budqet 

□ Human Settlements 

7 629 884 

8 463 598 

9 354 335 

91 470 502 

14 759 161 

13 028 278 

13 462 541 

14 436 860 

□ Planning & Development 

9 237 656 

10 829 523 

14 196 054 

17 986 756 

17 846 685 

18 741 087 

18 317 714 

19 303 625 

□ Community & Social Services 

20 969 009 

25 757 690 

28 304 740 

31 510 955 

32 673 168 

35 884 668 

39 682 962 

39 873 936 

□ Environmental Health 

21 118 403 

23 409 159 

8 465 169 

6 004 395 

6 422 671 

4 686 437 

4 989 315 

5 346 532 

□ Budget & Treasury Office 

41 994 049 

46 348 714 

53 247 950 

63 627 517 

63 529 853 

68 766 603 

75 452 640 

80 297 325 


Page 72 of 147 


PART 1 - Annual Budget 


BUDGETED CAPITAL EXPENDITURE BY VOTE 


TABLE A5 





Steve Tshwete Municipality 

MP313 






Vote Description 

Ref 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 


Current Year 2014/15 


2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 


1 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Original Budget 

Adjusted 

Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Pre-audit 

outcome 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year +1 
2016/17 

Budget Year +2 
2017/18 

Capital expenditure - Vote 












Multi-year expenditure to be appropriated 

Vote 1 - Executive & Council 

2 











Vote 2 - Budget & Treasury 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 3 - Corporate Services 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 4 - Planning Development 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 5 - Health Services 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

4 913 

3 000 

3 000 

Vote 6 - Community & Social Services 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

55 125 

82 953 

52 200 

Vote 7 - Human Settlements 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 8 - Public Safety 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 9 - Sport & Recreation 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 10 - Waste Management 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 11 - Waste Water Management 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 12 - Road Transport 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 13 - Water 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 14 - Electricity 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 15 - 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Capital multi-year expenditure sub-total 

7 








60 037 364 

85 953 181 

55 200 000 

Sinqle-year expenditure to be appropriated 

Vote 1 - Executive & Council 

2 

351 750 

76 592 

113 078 

700 000 

780 000 

780 001 

780 002 

868 500 

40 000 

15 000 

Vote 2 - Budget & Treasury 


19 035 

39 823 

8 076 

43 000 

25 000 

25 000 

25 000 

8 000 

8 000 

3 000 

Vote 3 - Corporate Services 


119 618 

447 171 

1 539 900 

1 528 000 

753 000 

753 000 

753 000 

395 000 

540 000 

350 000 

Vote 4 - Planning Development 


7 051 654 

4 298 441 

3 432 983 

2 966 500 

2 613 500 

2 613 500 

2 613 500 

2 492 000 

3 204 000 

3 051 700 

Vote 5 - Health Services 


40 115 420 

23 304 485 

17 594 275 

17 372 000 

19 580 013 

19 580 013 

19 580 013 

9 367 000 

5 549 500 

9 045 500 

Vote 6 - Community & Social Services 


185 214 616 

200 065 138 

284 546 900 

165 289 680 

240 482 964 

240 482 964 

240 482 964 

163 200 896 

149 710 799 

159 625 660 

Vote 7 - Human Settlements 












Vote 8 - Public Safety 












Vote 9 - Sport & Recreation 












Vote 10 - Waste Management 












Vote 11 - Waste Water Management 












Vote 12 - Road Transport 












Vote 13 - Water 












Vote 14 - Electricity 












Vote 15 - 












Capital single-year expenditure sub-total 


232 872 093 

228 231 650 

307 235 212 

187 899 180 

264 234477 

264 234 478 

264 234 479 

176 331 396 

159 052 299 

172 090 860 

Total Capital Expenditure - Vote 


232 872 093 

228 231 650 

307 235 212 

187 899 180 

264 234477 

264 234 478 

264 234 479 

236 368 760 

245 005 480 

227 290 860 

Capital Expenditure - Standard 












Governance and administration 


12 842 985 

30 080 884 

27 921 088 

13 752 500 

24 976 120 

24 976 120 

24 976 120 

14 466 000 

13 406 000 

10 768 700 

Executive and council 


715 741 

335 147 

932 577 

1 127 000 

1 207 000 

1 207 000 

1 207 000 

1 086 500 

2 111 000 

356 000 

Budget and treasury office 


119 618 

447 171 

691 569 

1 394 000 

962 000 

962 000 

962 000 

120 000 

200 000 

150 000 

Corporate services 


12 007 626 

29 298 566 

26 296 942 

11 231 500 

22 807 120 

22 807 120 

22 807 120 

13 259 500 

11 095 000 

10 262 700 

Community and public safety 


53 229 186 

32 691 937 

28 587 047 

25 891 000 

24 363 383 

24 363 383 

24 363 383 

31 104 000 

25 547 500 

34 461 350 

Community and social services 


33 276 685 

13 837 102 

8 806 409 

7 670 000 

6 019 300 

6 019 300 

6 019 300 

6 293 000 

8 437 000 

14 007 000 

Sport and recreation 


12 587 173 

8 836 475 

10 727 130 

10 832 000 

11 371 270 

11 371 270 

11 371 270 

8 873 000 

8 375 000 

11 298 500 

Public safety 


5 922 649 

8 910 374 

8 845 192 

7 246 000 

6 329 813 

6 329 813 

6 329 813 

15 438 000 

8 565 500 

9 000 850 

Housing 


107 432 

317 536 

162 298 

143 000 

143 000 

143 000 

143 000 

500 000 

170 000 

155 000 

Health 


1 335 247 

790 450 

46 018 


500 000 

500 000 

500 000 




Economic and environmental services 


76 105 380 

84 837 012 

141 830 647 

71 462 980 

86 516 975 

86 516 975 

86 516 975 

53 467 500 

61 902 699 

68 215 360 

Planning and development 


2 403 677 

3 885 584 

68 364 991 

509 000 

5 314 000 

5 314 000 

5 314 000 

1 157 500 

11 000 

3 000 

Road transport 


73 701 703 

80 951 428 

73 465 656 

70 953 980 

81 202 975 

81 202 975 

81 202 975 

52 310 000 

61 891 699 

68 212 360 

Environmental protection 












Trading services 


90 694 542 

80 621 817 

108 896 430 

76 792 700 

128 377 999 

128 377 999 

128 377 999 

137 331 260 

144 149 281 

113 845 450 

Electricity 


40 185 785 

23 855 934 

36 148 097 

41 490 000 

53 059 743 

53 059 743 

53 059 743 

56 936 000 

42 215 000 

43 257 000 

Water 


7 536 681 

23 967 911 

44 119 482 

15 980 000 

30 913 366 

30 913 366 

30 913 366 

33 376 516 

41 886 387 

40 591 000 

Waste water management 


39 569 472 

28 133 725 

24 553 765 

14 397 700 

37 744 990 

37 744 990 

37 744 990 

32 077 980 

49 692 294 

20 931 450 

Waste management 


3 402 604 

4 664 247 

4 075 086 

4 925 000 

6 659 900 

6 659 900 

6 659 900 

14 940 764 

10 355 600 

9 066 000 

Other 












Total Capital Expenditure - Standard 

3 

232 872 093 

228 231 650 

307 235 212 

187 899 180 

264 234 477 

264 234 477 

264 234 477 

236 368 760 

245 005 480 

227 290 860 

Funded by: 












National Government 


42 166 137 

50 381 158 

60 850 858 

45 770 680 

55 661 595 

55 661 595 

55 661 595 

62 170 240 

51 954 880 

53 631 360 

Provincial Government 




34 176 


10 000 

10 000 

10 000 




District Municipality 




39 474 477 








Other transfers and grants 



178 478 

18 050 








Transfers recognised - capital 

4 

42 166 137 

50 559 636 

100 377 561 

45 770 680 

55 671 595 

55 671 595 

55 671 595 

62 170 240 

51 954 880 

53 631 360 

Public contributions & donations 

5 

37 906 235 

25 920 490 

8 017 040 








Borrowing 

6 

72 573 642 

69 933 414 

71 919 366 

77 630 000 

126 039 771 

126 039 771 

126 039 771 

97 976 000 

114 770 000 

101 000 000 

Internally generated funds 


80 226 079 

81 818 110 

126 921 245 

64 498 500 

82 523 111 

82 523 111 

82 523 111 

76 222 520 

78 280 600 

72 659 500 

Total Capital Funding 

7 

232 872 093 

228 231 650 

307 235 212 

187 899 180 

264 234 477 

264 234 477 

264 234 477 

236 368 760 

245 005 480 

227 290 860 


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BUDGETED CAPITAL BY VOTE STANDARD CLASSIFICATION 


TABLE A5A 




Steve Tshwete Municipality 

MP313 






Vote Description 

Ref 

1 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 

Current Year 2014/15 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 
Framework 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Original 

Budget 

Adjusted 

Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Pre-audit 

outcome 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year 
+1 2016/17 

Budget Year 
+2 2017/18 

Capital expenditure - Municipal Vote 












Multi-vear expenditure appropriation 

2 











Vote 1 - Council & Executive Mayor 












1.1 - Council & Executive 












Vote 2 - Municipal Manager 












2.1 - Municipal Manager 












2.2 - Gender & Social 












2.3 - Internal Audit 












2.4 - Special Programs 












2.5 - Youth Development 












Vote 3 - Financial Services 












3.1 -Budgets Treasury 












3.2 - Data Control 












3.3 - Grant Management 












3.4 - Supply Chain Management 












Vote 4 - Corporate Services 












4.1 - Corporate Services 












4.2 - Community Participation 












4.3 - Human Resources 












4.4 - Information Technology 












4.5 - Legal & Administration 












4.6 - Property Valuation 












Vote 5 - Community Services 









4 912 764 

3 000 000 

3 000 000 

5.1 - Community Services 












5.2 - Community Facilities 












5.3 - Environmental Health 












5.4 - Human Settlements 












5.5 - Public Safety 












5.6 - Waste Management 









4 912 764 

3 000 000 

3 000 000 

Vote 6 - Infrastructure Management 









55 124 600 

82 953 181 

52 200 000 

6.1 - Infrastructure Management 












6.2 - Planning & Development 












6.3 - Buildings & Fleet Management 












6.4 - Physical Environmental Development 









3 300 000 

2 800 000 

3 800 000 

6.5 - Waste Water Management 









25 407 400 

45 807 294 

17 000 000 

6.6 - Roads & Stormwater 












6.7 - Water Services 









18 347 200 

30 545 887 

28 500 000 

6.8 - Electricity Services 









8 070 000 

3 800 000 

2 900 000 

Capital multi-year expenditure sub-total 









60 037 364 

85 953 181 

55 200 000 













Capital expenditure - Municipal Vote 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Sinqle-vear expenditure appropriation 

2 








- 

- 

- 

Vote 1 - Council & Executive Mayor 


352 

77 

113 

700 

780 

780 

780 

869 

40 

15 

1.1 - Council & Executive 


352 

77 

113 

700 

780 

780 

780 

869 

40 

15 

Vote 2 - Municipal Manager 


19 

40 

8 

43 

25 

25 

25 

8 

8 

3 

2.1 - Municipal Manager 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2 

- 

- 

2.2 - Gender & Social 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

2.3 - Internal Audit 


- 

- 

8 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

2.4 - Special Programs 


19 

2 

- 

43 

25 

25 

25 

6 

8 

3 

2.5 - Youth Development 


- 

38 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 3 - Financial Services 


120 

447 

1 540 

1528 

753 

753 

753 

395 

540 

350 

3.1- Budget & Treasury 


120 

447 

889 

1394 

492 

492 

492 

- 

- 

- 

3.2 - Data Control 


- 

- 

472 

21 

201 

201 

201 

- 

510 

35 

3.3 - Grant Management 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

3.4 - Supply Chain Management 


- 

- 

179 

113 

60 

60 

60 

395 

30 

315 

Vote 4 - Corporate Services 


7 052 

4 298 

3 433 

2 967 

2 614 

2 614 

2 614 

2 492 

3 204 

3 052 

4.1 - Corporate Services 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

4.2 - Community Participation 


- 

- 

45 

118 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

4.3 - Human Resources 


53 

102 

76 

70 

70 

70 

70 

12 

43 

51 

4.4 - Information Technology 


6635 

3938 

2531 

2370 

2135 

2135 

2135 

2352 

2796 

2668 

4.5 - Legal & Administration 


364 

259 

763 

388 

388 

388 

388 

128 

365 

333 

4.6 - Property Valuation 


- 

- 

19 

21 

21 

21 

21 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 5 - Community Services 


40 115 

23 304 

17 594 

17 372 

19 580 

19 580 

19 580 

9 367 

5 550 

9 046 

5.1 - Community Services 


- 

- 

30 

18 

18 

18 

18 

- 

3 

- 

5.2 - Community Facilities 


30241 

11385 

5995 

3460 

3349 

3349 

3349 

1463 

4737 

7457 

5.3 - Environmental Health 


1335 

790 

46 

- 

500 

500 

500 

- 

- 

- 

5.4 - Human Settlements 


107 

318 

162 

143 

143 

143 

143 

350 

20 

- 

5.5 - Public Safety 


5029 

6147 

7286 

8826 

9660 

9660 

9660 

5754 

790 

1589 

5.6 - Waste Management 


3403 

4664 

4075 

4925 

5910 

5910 

5910 

1800 

- 

- 

Vote 6 - Infrastructure Management 


185 215 

200 065 

284 547 

165 290 

240 483 

240 483 

240 483 

163 201 

149 711 

159 626 

6.1 - Infrastructure Management 


1840 

3413 

2964 

2075 

3815 

3815 

3815 

3740 

2103 

2958 

6.2 - Planning & Development 


2385 

3884 

68365 

466 

14672 

14672 

14672 

28634 

24436 

18142 

6.3 - Buildings & Fleet Management 


3748 

22180 

19666 

6635 

12274 

12274 

12274 

3707 

3030 

4335 

6.4 - Physical Environmental Development 


15623 

11251 

13539 

15042 

13581 

13581 

13581 

10403 

9275 

14049 

6.5 - Waste Water Management 


39302 

27799 

24554 

14048 

37395 

37395 

37395 

6101 

3020 

3066 

6.6 - Roads & Stormwater 


72914 

80766 

72452 

65554 

75803 

75803 

75803 

52310 

61872 

67522 

6.7 - Water Services 


7537 

23968 

44119 

15980 

27783 

27783 

27783 

9441 

7561 

9196 

6.8 - Electricity Services 


41867 

26805 

38888 

45490 

55160 

55160 

55160 

48866 

38415 

40357 

Capital single-year expenditure sub-total 

1 

232 872 093 

228 231 650 

307 235 212 

187 899 180 

264 234 477 

264 234 478 

264 234 479 

176 331 396 

159 052 299 

172 090 860 

Total Capital Expenditure 

_ 

232 872 093 

228 231 650 

307 235 212 

187 899 180 

264 234477 

264 234478 

264 234 479 

236 368 760 

245 005 480 

227 290 860 


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CHART 6 - CAPITAL EXPENDITURE BY MAIN VOTE 


350 000 000 


300 000 000 


250 000 000 


200 000 000 


150 000 000 


100 000 000 


50 000 000 


./■ 


H 





mA 












11/12 

12/13 

13/14 

14/15 

14/15 

15/16 

16/17 

17/18 


Audited 

Audited 

Audited 

Original 

Adjusted 

Concept 

Concept 

Concept 


Actual 

Actual 

Actual 

Budqet 

Budqet 

Budqet 

Budqet 

Budqet 

■ Other Votes 

8 084 319 

10 440 135 

74 272 539 

8 098 000 

14 785 900 

17 804 764 

12 847 600 

9 730 000 

■ Public Safety 

5 922 649 

8 910 374 

8 845 192 

7 246 000 

6 329 813 

15 438 000 

8 565 500 

9 000 850 

■ WasteWater Management 

39 569 472 

28 133 725 

24 553 765 

14 397 700 

37 744 990 

32 077 980 

49 692 294 

20 931 450 

□ Sport and Recreation 

12 587 173 

8 836 475 

10 727 130 

10 832 000 

1 1 371 270 

8 873 000 

8 375 000 

1 1 298 500 

■ Corporate Services 

12 007 626 

29 298 566 

26 296 942 

11 231 500 

22 807 120 

13 259 500 

1 1 095 000 

10 262 700 

□Water 

7 536 681 

23 967 91 1 

44 119 482 

15 980 000 

30 913 366 

33 376 516 

41 886 387 

40 591 000 

□ Community & Social Services 

33 276 685 

13 837 102 

8 806 409 

7 670 000 

6 019 300 

6 293 000 

8 437 000 

14 007 000 

□ Road Transport 

73 701 703 

80 951 428 

73 465 656 

70 953 980 

81 202 975 

52 310 000 

61 891 699 

68 212 360 

■ Electricity 

40 185 785 

23 855 934 

36 148 097 

41 490 000 

53 059 743 

56 936 000 

42 215 000 

43 257 000 


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CHART 7 - OTHER CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 



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CHART 8 - CAPITAL FUNDING BY SOURCE 



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PART 1 - Annual Budget 


BUDGETED FINANCIAL POSITION 


TABLE A6 


j Steve Tshwete Municipality - MP313 | 

Description 

Ref 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 

Current Year 2014/15 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 1 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Original Budget 

Adjusted 

Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Pre-audit 

outcome 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year +1 
2016/17 

Budget Year +2 
2017/18 

ASSETS 












Current assets 












Cash 


58 439 515 

57 395 683 

82 354 766 

42 761 647 

59 347 804 

59 347 804 

78 534 460 

72 175 563 

75 271 830 

81 515 039 

Call investment deposits 

1 

324 000 000 

348 000 000 

350 000 000 

513 000 000 

353 809 260 

353 809 260 

380 000 000 

508 000 000 

561 000 000 

611 000 000 

Consumer debtors 

1 

42 452 017 

46 827 118 

46 422 955 

40 552 337 

40 552 336 

40 552 336 

50 941 488 

53 372 498 

53 272 135 

52 339 950 

Other debtors 


50 323 856 

36 931 486 

52 389 686 

20 486 256 

20 486 256 

20 486 256 

32 510 720 

34 136 256 

36 184 882 

39 803 370 

Current portion of long-term receivables 


3 424 228 

297 245 

202 796 








Inventory 

2 

32 127 451 

64 556 229 

158 423 960 

47 239 434 

47 239 434 

47 239 434 

147 989 937 

49 601 406 

52 081 476 

54 685 550 

Total current assets 


510 767 067 

554 007 761 

689 794 163 

664 039 674 

521 435 090 

521 435 090 

689 976 605 

717 285 722 

777 810 323 

839 343 909 

Non current assets 












Long-term receivables 


170 137 

120 097 

84 088 








Investments 












Investment property 












Investment in Associate 












Property, plant and equipment 

3 

6 161 547 688 

5 897 787 595 

5 972 493 652 

6 075 723 409 

6 152 058 706 

6 152 058 706 

6 061 446 331 

6 141 354 067 

6 232 349 456 

6 306 261 889 

Agricultural 












Biological 












Intangible 


1 771 299 

1 997 863 

2 832 014 

1 003 831 

1 003 831 

1 003 831 

1 864 339 

1 097 135 

410 367 

-166 262 

Other non-current assets 












Total non current assets 


6 163 489 124 

5 899 905 555 

5 975 409 754 

6 076 727 240 

6 153 062 537 

6 153 062 537 

6 063 310 670 

6 142 451 202 

6 232 759 823 

6 306 095 627 

TOTAL ASSETS 


6 674 256 191 

6 453 913 316 

6 665 203 917 

6 740 766 914 

6 674497 627 

6 674497 627 

6 753 287 275 

6 859 736 925 

7 010 570 146 

7 145 439 536 

LIABILITIES 












Current liabilities 












Bank overdraft 

1 











Borrowing 

4 

13 609 607 

11 856 847 

13 169 320 

19 285 067 

19 285 067 

19 285 067 

17 417 826 

19 018 881 

23 167 200 

25 483 920 

Consumer deposits 


39 427 946 

58 557 471 

64 930 122 

68 608 281 

68 608 280 

68 608 280 

70 696 113 

76 462 104 

82 804 606 

89 654 508 

Trade and other payables 

4 

132 878 986 

139 252 374 

154 793 882 

152 865 322 

152 865 322 

152 865 322 

155 721 600 

165 175 231 

173 250 359 

184 123 887 

Provisions 


7 173 273 

9 461 967 

11 215 834 

10 431 819 

10 431 819 

10 431 819 

11 776 626 

12 365 457 

12 983 730 

13 762 754 

Total current liabilities 


193 089 812 

219 128 659 

244 109 158 

251 190 489 

251 190 488 

251 190 488 

255 612 165 

273 021 672 

292 205 895 

313 025 068 

Non current liabilities 












Borrowing 


113 602 662 

101 862 369 

89 120 699 

345 247 432 

391 287 203 

391 287 203 

216 362 040 

295 616 858 

407 755 290 

475 576 037 

Provisions 


76 040 039 

80 407 487 

88 726 928 

99 579 311 

99 579 311 

99 579 311 

92 864 971 

100 829 231 

109 308 690 

118 381 711 

Total non current liabilities 


189 642 701 

182 269 856 

177 847 627 

444 826 743 

490 866 514 

490 866 514 

309 227 011 

396 446 089 

517 063 980 

593 957 747 

TOTAL LIABILITIES 


382 732 513 

401 398 515 

421 956 785 

696 017 232 

742 057 002 

742 057 002 

564 839 175 

669 467 762 

809 269 874 

906 982 815 













NET ASSETS 

5 

6 291 523 678 

6 052 514 801 

6 243 247 132 

6 044 749 682 

5 932 440 625 

5 932 440 625 

6 188 448 100 

6 190 269 163 

6 201 300 272 

6 238 456 721 

COMMUNITY WEALTH/EQUITY 












Accumulated Surplus/(Deficit) 


6 110 525 292 

5 854 948 142 

6 030 596 434 

5 845 026 832 

5 725 573 218 

5 725 573 218 

5 948 682 026 

5 904 531 374 

5 825 464 210 

5 754 820 392 

Reserves 

4 

180 998 386 

197 566 659 

212 650 698 

199 722 850 

206 867 407 

206 867 407 

239 766 074 

285 737 789 

375 836 062 

483 636 329 

Minorities' interests 












TOTAL COMMUNITY WEALTH/EQUITY 

sT 

6 291 523 678 

6 052 514 801 

6 243 247 132 

6 044 749 682 

5 932 440 625 

5 932 440 625 

6 188 448 100 

6 190 269 163 

6 201 300 272 

6 238 456 721 


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CHART 9 - BUDGETED FINANCIAL 
POSITION 2015/2016 


□ Non-current liabilities 

□ Current liabilities R 396 446 089 

R 273 021 672 


□ Current assets 
R 717 285 722 



□ Non-current assets 
R6 142 451 202 


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PART 1 - Annual Budget 


BUDETED CASHFLOW 


TABLE A7 


Steve Tshwete Municipality ■ MP313 | 

Description 

Ref 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 

Current Year 2014/15 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure Framework 1 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Full Year Forecast 

Pre-audit outcome 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year +1 
2016/17 

Budget Year +2 
2017/18 

CASH FLOW FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES 












Receipts 












Property rates, penalties & collection charges 


198 443 748 

230 303 644 

264425 808 

272 882 246 

278 807 712 

251 956 409 

251 956 409 

301 305 502 

316 055 776 

326 327 590 

Service charges 

1 

485 777 778 

555 194 862 

626 611 035 

688 453 514 

686 977 141 

652 628 284 

652 628 284 

766 788 972 

855 753 002 

954 198 527 

Other revenue 


151 180 197 

105 601 999 

134480 058 

130 056 715 

113 656 797 

107 973 957 

107 973 957 

145 192 257 

148 176 080 

153 604 669 

Government - operating 


81 607 087 

91 380 081 

120 038 817 

189 619 569 

111 668 219 

125 959 190 

125 959 190 

126 295 300 

141 525 120 

160 987 640 

Government - capital 

1 

42 166 137 

50 559 717 

60 240 330 

45 770 680 

52 461 595 

67 676 624 

67 676 624 

62 170 240 

51 954 880 

53 631 360 

Interest 


23 739 627 

22 697 960 

24 526 195 

22 191 409 

23 356 306 

25 331 938 

25 331 938 

23 348 776 

24 041 352 

25 431 459 

Dividends 












Payments 












Suppliers and employees 


-677 679 138 

-772 659 223 

-823 632 526 

-940 770 745 

-1 004 569 682 

-967 546 749 

-967 546 749 

-1 129 725 413 

-1 231 390 061 

-1 345 970 683 

Finance charges 


-14 585 490 

-12 170 010 

-10 970 000 

-28 080 922 

-28 080 922 

-31 052 623 

-31 052 623 

-30 890 224 

-42 201 188 

-47 969 723 

Transfers and Grants 

1 

-44 028 548 

-49 878 154 

-57 517 288 

-62 503 456 

-64 393 292 

-57 819 386 

-57 819 386 

-67 662 998 

-72 769 828 

-77 428 759 

NET CASH FROM/(USED) OPERATING ACTIVITIES 


246 621 398 

221 030 876 

338 202 429 

317 619 010 

169 883 874 

175 107 644 

175 107 644 

196 822 412 

191 145 133 

202 812 080 

CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES 












Receipts 












Proceeds on disposal of PPE 



57 740 

57 740 

150 000 

800 000 

800 000 

800 000 

150 000 

150 000 

150 000 

Decrease (Increase) in non-current debtors 


526 127 










Decrease (increase) other non-current receivables 



213 143 

36 009 








Decrease (increase) in non-current investments 


-2 227 387 



-205 000 000 

-30 000 000 

-30 000 000 

-30 000 000 

-54 000 000 

-45 000 000 

-54 000 000 

Payments 












Capital assets 


-232 872 093 

-228 231 650 

-308 010 630 

-186 399 180 

-264 234 477 

-264 234 477 

-264 234 477 

-236 368 760 

-245 005 480 

-227 290 860 

NET CASH FROMZ(USED) INVESTING ACTIVITIES 


-234 573 353 

-227 960 767 

-307 916 881 

-391 249 180 

-293 434477 

-293 434477 

-293 434 477 

-290 218 760 

-289 855 480 

-281 140 860 

CASH FLOWS FROM FINANCING ACTIVITIES 












Receipts 












Short term loans 












Borrowing long term/refinancing 





80 000 000 

126 039 771 

126 039 771 

126 039 771 

97 976 000 

114 770 000 

101 000 000 

Increase (decrease) in consumer deposits 


6 316 632 

19 129 525 

6 372 651 

5 241 810 

5 241 810 

5 241 810 

5 241 810 

5 765 991 

6 342 502 

6 849 902 

Payments 












Repayment of borrowing 


-19 295 846 

-13 243 466 

-11 699 116 

-16 709 401 

-16 709 401 

-16 709 401 

-16 709 401 

-16 770 192 

-19 305 888 

-23 277 913 

NET CASH FROM/(USED) FINANCING ACTIVITIES 


-12 979 214 

5 886 059 

-5 326 465 

68 532 409 

114 572 180 

114 572 180 

114 572 180 

86 971 799 

101 806 614 

84 571 989 













NET INCREASE/ (DECREASE) IN CASH HELD 


-931 169 

-1 043 832 

24 959 083 

-5 097 761 

-8 978 423 

-3 754 653 

-3 754 653 

-6 424 549 

3 096 267 

6 243 209 

Cash/cash equivalents at the year begin: 

2 

59 370 683 

58 439 514 

57 395 682 

47 859 408 

68 326 224 

82 354 765 

82 354 765 

78 600 112 

72 175 563 

75 271 830 

Cash/cash equivalents at the year end: 

2 

58 439 514 

57 395 682 

82 354 765 

42 761 647 

59 347 801 

78 600 112 

78 600 112 

72 175 563 

75 271 830 

81 515 039 


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CASH BACKED RESERVES / ACCUMULATED SURPLUS RECONCILIATION 


TABLE A8 





Steve Tshwete Municipality ■ 

MP313 





1 

Description 

Ref 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 

j Current Year 2014/15 

1 2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 1 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Original Budget 

Adjusted 

Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Pre-audit 

outcome 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year +1 
2016/17 

Budget Year +2 
2017/18 

Cash and investments available 












Cash/cash equivalents at the year end 

1 

58 439 514 

57 395 682 

82 354 765 

42 761 647 

59 347 801 

78 600 112 

78 600 112 

72 175 563 

75 271 830 

81 515 039 

Other current investments > 90 days 


324 000 001 

348 000 001 

350 000 001 

513 000 000 

353 809 263 

334 556 952 

379 934 348 

508 000 000 

561 000 000 

611 000 000 

Non current assets - Investments 

1 











Cash and investments available: 


382 439 515 

405 395 683 

432 354 766 

555 761 647 

413 157 064 

413 157 064 

458 534 460 

580 175 563 

636 271 830 

692 515 039 

Application of cash and investments 












Unspent conditional transfers 


14 214 704 

6 901 446 

8 624 089 








Unspent borrowing 












Statutory requirements 

2 











Other working capital requirements 

3 

17 304 237 

43 460 804 

50 552 793 

85 918 124 

85 904 124 

89 682 124 

77 518 600 

77 797 231 

83 922 359 

92 109 887 

Other provisions 












Long term investments committed 

4 











Reserves to be backed by cash/investments 

5 

180 998 386 

197 566 659 

212 650 698 

199 722 850 

206 867 407 

206 867 407 

239 766 074 

285 737 789 

375 836 062 

483 636 329 

Total Application of cash and investments: 


212 517 327 

247 928 909 

271 827 580 

285 640 974 

292 771 531 

296 549 531 

317 284 674 

363 535 020 

459 758 421 

575 746 216 

Surplus(shortfall) 


169 922 188 

157 466 774 

160 527 186 

270 120 673 

120 385 533 

116 607 533 

141 249 786 

216 640 543 

176 513 409 

116 768 823 


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ASSET MANAGEMENT 


TABLE A9 


Steve Tshwete Municipality ■ MP313 


Description 

Ref 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 

Current Year 2014/15 

1 2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure i 

Audited Outcome 

Audited Outcome 

Audited Outcome 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year +1 
2016/17 

Budget Year +2 
2017/18 

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 











Total New Assets 

1 

121 723 835 

193 512 342 

250 480 412 

134 765 680 

179 744 857 

179 744 857 

138 663 496 

140 481 880 

145 592 860 

Infrastructwe - Road transport 


42 061 961 

69 917 703 

57 589 557 

56 408 980 

65 157 975 

65 157 975 

42 060 000 

51 879 699 

57 427 360 

Infrastructure - Electricity 


24 177 999 

17 371 671 

18 769 450 

32 250 000 

32 820 000 

32 820 000 

47 006 000 

28 900 000 

27 715 000 

Infrastructure - 1A hter 


3 402 472 

21 569 233 

19 424 838 

7 475 000 

19 077 666 

19 077 666 

23 034 516 

30 126 887 

29 645 000 

infrastructure - Sanitation 


1 488 767 

26 531 341 

12 223 152 

12 669 700 

20 541 190 

20 541 190 

7 662 980 

4 937 294 

1 690 450 

Infrastructtre - Other 


1 606 796 

885 207 

3 272 728 

1 750 000 

3 155 000 

3 155 000 

3 800 000 

3 700 000 

500 000 

Infrastructure 


72737995 

136275155 

111279725 

110553680 

140751831 

140751831 

123563496 

119543880 

116977810 

Community 


33 825 447 

15 773 967 

33 153 330 

9 520 000 

10 621 200 

10 621 200 

8 583 000 

12 100 000 

18 255 000 

Heritage assets 











Investment properties 











Other assets 

6 

14 412 936 

40 792 854 

105 036 402 

14 692 000 

28 371 826 

28 371 826 

6 517 000 

8 838 000 

10 360 050 

Agricultural Assets 











Biological assets 











Intangibles 


747 457 

670 366 

1 010 955 


















Total Renewal of Existinq Assets 

2 

111 148 258 

34 719 308 

56 754 800 

53 133 500 

84 489 620 

84 489 621 

97 705 264 

104 523 600 

81 698 000 

Infrastructure - Road transport 


29 332 349 

12 129 270 

12 835 558 

11 460 000 

13 544 800 

13 544 801 

11 500 000 

11 345 000 

11 600 000 

Infrastructure - Electricity 


15 700 799 

9 102 902 

12 384 012 

13 250 000 

17 851 950 

17 851 950 

15 850 000 

15 750 000 

17 950 000 

Infrastructure - V&ter 


1 998 617 

1 656 347 

3 679 278 

4 860 000 

6 950 000 

6 950 000 

6 865 000 

7 010 000 

7 413 000 

Infrastructtre - Sanitation 


36 717 624 

411 889 

11 205 387 

680 000 

15 471 500 

15 471 500 

22 240 000 

41 250 000 

17 730 000 

Infrastructtre - Other 


2 275 083 

45 965 

13 744 


590 000 

590 000 

4 912 764 

3 000 000 

3 000 000 

Infrastructure 


86024472 

23346373 

40117979 

30250000 

54408250 

54408251 

61367764 

78355000 

57693000 

Community 


4 785 988 

3 674 485 

4 510 735 

3 620 000 

6 479 720 

6 479 720 

5 985 000 

3 885 000 

4 075 000 

Heritage assets 











Investment properties 











Other assets 

6 

20 165 089 

7 615 980 

12 126 086 

18 829 500 

23 601 650 

23 601 650 

30 352 500 

22 283 600 

19 930 000 

Agricultural Assets 











Biological assets 











Intangibles 


172 709 

82 470 


434 000 






Total Capital Expenditure 

4 










Infrastructure - Road transport 


71 394 310 

82 046 973 

70 425 115 

67 868 980 

78 702 775 

78 702 776 

53 560 000 

63 224 699 

69 027 360 

Infrastructure - Electricity 


39 878 798 

26 474 573 

31 153 462 

45 500 000 

50 671 950 

50 671 950 

62 856 000 

44 650 000 

45 665 000 

Infrastructure - 1A dter 


5 401 089 

23 225 580 

23 104 116 

12 335 000 

26 027 666 

26 027 666 

29 899 516 

37 136 887 

37 058 000 

Infrastructtre - Sanitation 


38 206 391 

26 943 230 

23 428 539 

13 349 700 

36 012 690 

36 012 690 

29 902 980 

46 187 294 

19 420 450 

Infrastructure - Other 


3 881 879 

931 172 

3 286 472 

1 750 000 

3 745 000 

3 745 000 

8 712 764 

6 700 000 

3 500 000 

Infrastructure 


158762467 

159621528 

151397704 

140803680 

195160081 

195160082 

184931260 

197898880 

174670810 

Community 


38 611 435 

19 448 452 

37664 065 

13 140 000 

17 100 920 

17 100 920 

14 568 000 

15 985 000 

22 330 000 

Heritage assets 











Investment properties 











Other assets 


34 578 025 

48 408 834 

117 162 488 

33 521 500 

51 973 476 

51 973 476 

36 869 500 

31 121 600 

30 290 050 

Agricultural Assets 











Biological assets 











Intangibles 


920 166 

752 836 

1 010 955 

434 000 






TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURE - Asset class 

2 

232 872 093 

228 231 650 

307 235 212 

187 899 180 

264 234 477 

264 234478 

236 368 760 

245 005 480 

227 290 860 

ASSET REGISTER SUMMARY - PPE (WDV) 

5 










Infrastructure - Road transport 


857 761 419 

895 135 458 

925 074 263 

930 865 735 

941 699 530 

941 699 530 

965 394 810 

986 375 322 

1 015 754 771 

Infrastructure - Electricity 


687 058 540 

685 779 925 

696 922 017 

726 373 921 

731 545 871 

731 545 871 

753 562 787 

769 353 352 

784 873 767 

Infrastructure - VMer 


524 678 327 

529 341 146 

553 819 908 

522 224 485 

535 917 151 

535 917 151 

567 893 214 

585 731 210 

602 675 724 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 


398 015 348 

412 567 881 

425 067 955 

433 506 612 

456 169 602 

456 169 602 

457 797 067 

487 001 243 

488 856 238 

Infrastructure - Other 


29 153 859 

27 484 333 

25 931 301 

25 102 372 

27 097 372 

27 097 372 

31 419 941 

35 322 096 

36 245 936 

Infrastructure 


2496667494 

2550308742 

2626815444 

2638073126 

2692429527 

2692429527 

2776067818 

2863783222 

2928406435 

Community 


512 518 545 

513 947 288 

511 050 731 

530 143 005 

534 103 925 

534 103 925 

508 334 513 

507 858 239 

513 351 066 

Heritage assets 


307 413 

307 412 

307 412 

307 412 

307 412 

307 412 

307 412 

307 412 

307 412 

Investment properties 











Other assets 


3 152 054 202 

2 833 224 162 

2 834 320 064 

2 907 199 865 

2 925 217 841 

2 925 217 841 

2 856 644 327 

2 860 400 586 

2 864 196 979 

Agricultural Assets 











Biological assets 











Intangibles 


1 771 299 

1 997 863 

2 832 014 

1 003 831 

1 003 831 

1 003 831 

1 097 135 

410 367 

-166 262 

TOTAL ASSET REGISTER SUMMARY - PPE (WDV) 

5 

6 163 318 952 

5 899 785 468 

5 975 325 666 

6 076 727 240 

6 153 062 537 

6 153 062 537 

6 142 451 206 

6 232 759 827 

6 306 095 631 

EXPENDITURE OTHER ITEMS 











Depreciation & asset impairment 


159 590 657 

151 663 080 

152 647 665 

176 251 700 

176 251 700 

176 251 700 

157 228 228 

154 696 859 

153 955 056 

Repairs and Maintenance by Asset Class 

3 

47 191 281 

51 431 252 

49 666 196 

53 769 239 

65 760 633 

65 760 633 

74 127 890 

79 652 985 

83 689 711 

Infrastructure - Road transport 


4 563 924 

4 563 722 

4 199 904 

5 400 915 

6 823 067 

6 823 067 

6 504 348 

6 867 707 

7 240 390 

Infrastructure - Electricity 


16 232 361 

16 722 339 

13 910 595 

15 584 000 

19 150 700 

19 150 700 

20 566 313 

22 875 118 

24 412 888 

Infrastructure - Water 


1 621 361 

1 837 861 

2 409 682 

2 035 600 

2 705 250 

2 705 250 

2 979 612 

3 089 571 

3 211 563 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 


564 597 

713 041 

777 908 

834 000 

1 569 325 

1 569 325 

1 701 030 

1 791 400 

1 884 925 

Infrastructure - Other 


690 468 

599 270 

438 486 

698 500 

629 815 

629 815 

418 500 

439 425 

461 450 

Infrastructure 


23672 711 

24436233 

21736575 

24553015 

30878157 

30878157 

32169803 

35063221 

37211216 

Community 


1 377 255 

1 426 021 

1 902 459 

1 533 825 

2 640 050 

2 640 050 

8 601 989 

9 153 950 

9 724 110 

Heritage assets 











Investment properties 











Other assets 

6,7 

22 141 315 

25 568 998 

26 027 163 

27 682 399 

32 242 426 

32 242 426 

33 356 098 

35 435 814 

36 754 385 

TOTAL EXPENDITURE OTHER ITEMS 


206 781 938 

203 094 332 

202 313 861 

230 020 939 

242 012 333 

242 012 333 

231 356 118 

234 349 844 

237 644 767 

Renevwl of Existing Assets as % of total capex 


47.73% 

15.21 % 

18.47%) 

28.28% 

31.98%) 

3198%, 

41.34%o 

42.66% 

35.94%o 

Renevwl of Existing Assets as % of deprecn" 


69.65% 

22.89% 

37.18% 

30.15%) 

47.94%o 

47.94%o 

62.14%o 

67.57%, 

53.07%, 

R&M as a%of PPE 


0.80% 

0.90% 

0.80%) 

0.90% 

1.10%> 

1 10%o 

1.20% 

130%, 

1.30%, 

Renewal and R&M as a% of PPE 


3.00% 

100%) 

2.00%> 

2.00%o 

2.00%o 

2.00%o 

300%, 

3.00%, 

3.00%, 


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CHART 10 - CAPITAL EXPENDITURE BY ASSET CLASS 


Roads & Stormwater 
R 53 560 000 (22 66%) 



Waste Management 
R 6 712 764 (2.84%) 



IT Equipment & Software 
R 1 962 000 (0.83%) 



Land & Buildings 
R 5 470 000 (2.31%) 

ttji 


Safety & Security 
R 4 688 000 (1 .98%) 




Office Equipment 
R 701 000 (0.30%) 



Plant & Equipment 
R 17 501 500 (7.40%) 



Water 

R 29 899 516 (12.65%) 


Electricity 

R55 506 000 (23.48%) 


Vehicles 

R 12 985 000 (5.49%) 


Cemeteries 
R4 150 000 (1.76%) 



Sanitation 

R 29 902 980 (12.65%) 



Street Lighting 
R 7 350 000 (3.11%) 



Sportsfields & Stadia 
R 3 130 000 (1.32%) 



Parks & Gardens 
R2 100 000 (0.89%) 



*^»Di 


Swimming Pools 
R 0 (0.0%) 



Community Halls 
R 500 000 (0.21%) 




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BASIC SERVICE DELIVERY MEASUREMENT 


TABLE A10 



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COMPARISON OF PROPOSED TARIFFS 

WITH EFFECT FROM 1 JULY 2015 
all tariffs are VAT exclusive 


SCHEDULE 1 



PROPERTY TAX 

Category 

Proposed 

2014/2015 

Proposed 

2015/2016 


average increase in revenue 

(4,95%) 

(6,60%) 




R 

R 

1.1 

Residential with the exclusion of the 
first R15 000 of assessed market value 

RES 

0,0089 

0,0095 

1.2 

Government owned residential with the 
exclusion of the first R15 000 of 
assessed market value 

GOR 

0,0089 

0,0095 

1.3 

Residential - 2 nd dwelling 

RSD 

0,0089 

0,0095 

1.4 

Government residential - 2 nd dwelling 

GSD 

0,0089 

0,0095 

1.5 

Duets not subject to a sectional title 
scheme 

DUE 

0,0089 

0,0095 

1.6 

Government duets not subject to 
sectional title scheme 

GDU 

0,0089 

0,0095 

1.7 

Residential : home business 

RHB 

0,0089 

0,0095 

1.8 

Residential : vacant including 
government owned 

RVA / GRV 

0,0134 

0,0143 

1.9 

Illegal usage 

ILL 

0,0289 

0,0333 

1.10 

Accommodation establishments 

ACC 

0,0111 

0,0119 

1.11 

Business and commercial including 
government owned and other land 

BUS /GOB 

0,0267 

0,0285 

1.12 

Industrial 

IND 

0,0223 

0,0238 

1.13 

Special industrial 

SID 

0,0196 

0,0190 

1.14 

Farms including agricultural small 
holdings used for agricultural / 
residential purposes 

AGR 

0,0022 

0,0024 

1.15 

Farms including agricultural small 
holdings used for eco-tourism / trading 
in or hunting of game 

AGE 

0,0134 

0,0143 

1.16 

Farms including agricultural small 
holdings used for business / 
commercial / industrial purposes 

AGB 

0,0267 

0,0285 

1.17 

Farm including agricultural small 
holdings used for any other than the 
specified purposes 

AGO 

0,0022 

0,0024 

1.18 

Mining 

MIN 

0,0356 

0,0380 

1.19 

Public benefits organisations 

PUB 

0,0022 

0,0024 

1.20 

Schools including government owned / 

SCP / GOS 

0,0111 

0,0119 


school hostels 


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Proposed 

Proposed 

1 . 

PROPERTY TAX 

Category 

2014/2015 

2015/2016 


average increase in revenue 

(4,95%) 

(6,50%) 




R 

R 

1.21 

Multiple used premises according to 
major use but not limited to: 

MUU 




Residential 

RES 

0,0089 

0,0095 


Commercial 

BUS 

0,0267 

0,0285 


Industrial 

IND 

0,0223 

0,0238 


Accommodation establishment 

ACC 

0,0111 

0,0119 


Mining 

MIN 

0,0356 

0,0380 

1.22 

Privately owned roads / parks / sports 
grounds, subject to the stipulations of 
section 17(2)(b) of Act 6 of 2004, 
where applicable 

PRP 

0,0089 

0,0095 

1.23 

Privately owned towns 

POT 

0,0022 

0,0024 

1.24 

Pensioners rebate who qualify 
(residential only): 

RES 




i) 100% rebate 


0,0000 

0,0000 


ii) 70% rebate 


0,0027 

0,0029 


iii) 50% rebate 


0,0045 

0,0048 


iv) 20% rebate 


0,0071 

0,0076 

1.25 

Developers rebate (85%) 

RES 

0,0013 

0,0014 

2. 

SEWERAGE 





average increase in revenue 

(6,35%) 

(5%) 




R 

R 

2.1 

Residential erven 





(a) With a total area up to 995m 2 

/month 

80,30 

84,30 


(b) With a total area exceeding 995m 2 

/month 

175,50 

184,25 


to 1500m 2 





(c) With a total area exceeding 

/month 

232,50 

244,10 


1500m 2 





(d) Indigent 

/month 

Free 

Free 


(e) Formalized informal housing 

/month 

40,00 

42,00 


settlements with biological toilets 
(unproclaimed township) 





(f) Proclaimed rural villages with 

/month 

40,00 

42,00 


biological toilets 





(g) Pensioners who qualify: 





(i) With a total area up to 995m 2 





■ 1 00% rebate category 

/month 

0,00 

0,00 


■ 70% rebate category 

/month 

24,09 

25,30 


■ 50% rebate category 

/month 

40,15 

42,15 


■ 20% rebate category 

/month 

64,24 

67,45 


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2. 

SEWERAGE Category 

average increase in revenue 

Proposed 

2014/2015 

(6,35%) 

Proposed 

2015/2016 

(5%) 


(ii) With a total area exceeding 
995m 2 to 1500m 2 

■ 1 00% rebate category 

/month 

R 

0,00 

R 

0,00 


■ 70% rebate category 

/month 

52,65 

55,28 


■ 50% rebate category 

/month 

87,75 

92,14 


■ 20% rebate category 

/month 

140,40 

147,42 


(iii) With a total area exceeding 
1500m 2 

■ 1 00% rebate category 

/month 

0,00 

0,00 


■ 70% rebate category 

/month 

69,75 

73,24 


■ 50% rebate category 

/month 

116,25 

122,06 


■ 20% rebate category 

/month 

186,00 

195,28 

2.2 

Flats / town house complexes 

(a) Per unit 

/month 

116,80 

122,65 


(b) Pensioners who qualify 

(i) 1 00% rebate category 

/month 

0,00 

0,00 


(ii) 70% rebate category 

/month 

35,04 

36,79 


(iii) 50% rebate category 

/month 

58,40 

61,32 


(iv) 20% rebate category 

/month 

93,44 

98,11 

2.3 

2 nd dwelling (single property) 

/month 

87,60 

85,00 

2.4 

Church erven 

/month 

232,50 

244,15 

2.5 

Businesses & industries 

- Measured water consumption per 

/kl 

6,60 

6,93 

2.6 

month 

Undeveloped erven in private 
possession with access to the 
reticulation 

- Availability levy 

/month 

47,00 

49,35 

2.7 

Agricultural societies & sport clubs 

not accommodated to the central sport 
grounds 

- Measured purified water 

/kl 

5,65 

5,93 

2.8 

consumption 

Military basis, roads camp & other 
similar properties 

- Measured purified water 

/kl 

6,60 

6,93 


consumption 


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Proposed 

Proposed 

2. 

SEWERAGE 

Category 

2014/2015 

2015/2016 


average increase in revenue 

(6,35%) 

(5%) 




R 

R 

2.9 

Industries & businesses where a 
large percentage of the water 
consumption is taken up in the final 
product 





- For the measured purified water per 





month 





0 - 2000 kiloliters 

/kl 

2,70 

2,85 


2000 - 5000 kiloliters 

/kl 

1,60 

1,68 


Above 5000 kiloliters 

/kl 

0,80 

0,84 

2.10 

Hospital 

(a) For each three (3) beds or portion 

/month 

232,50 

244,15 


continuously available; and 





(b) For each ten (10) personnel or 

/ month 

232,50 

244,15 


portion, residential or non- 
residential 




2.11 

Schools & school hostels (including 
nursery and day schools) 





- For each twenty (25) persons or 

/month 

67,15 

70,50 


portion thereof 




2.12 

Nursing & maternity homes & 
welfare organisations 





- For each ten (10) persons or portion 

/month 

109,50 

114,95 


thereof 




2.13 

Vergeet-My-Nie / Rivier Park Flats 

Per flat 

/month 

54,25 

56,95 

2.14 

Departmental 

/kl 

3,20 

3,35 

3. 

WATER 





average increase in revenue 

(13,4%) 

(17,75%) 


3.1 Residential, churches and group 
housing (from 1 July 2006) 

(a) Where working water meters are 
installed for consumption of 
measured purified water per 
month: 


For the first 6 kiloliters 


Free 

Free 

7 to 10 kiloliters 

/kl 

6,03 

7,10 

Above 10 up to 40 kiloliters 

/kl 

7,85 

9,25 

Above 40 kiloliters 

/kl 

8,35 

9,83 


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Proposed 

Proposed 

3. 

WATER 

Category 

2014/2015 

2015/2016 



average increase in revenue 

(13,4%) 

(17,75%) 





R 

R 


(b) 

Where no working water meters 
are installed and which are 
developed and occupied: 






A monthly fixed levy of 

/month 

63,00 

71,00 


(c) 

Water leak adjustment 


- 

7,10 

3.2 

All undeveloped erven with access to 
the reticulation network: 





- 

An availability levy of 

/month 

34,00 

40,00 

3.3 

All businesses, industries and flats, 
school & school hostel erven (including 
nursery and day schools) 

/kl 

6,21 

7,32 

3.4 

Supply of raw water in all cases 

/kl 

5,93 

7,00 

3.5 

Departmental levy 

/kl 

2,35 

2,75 

3.6 

Purified effluent (Council resolution 

SI 5/09/2000) 

/kl 

1,65 

1,95 

3.7 

Purified water outside municipal area 

/kl 

8,47 

9,97 

4. 

REFUSE REMOVAL 






average increase in revenue 

(11,95%) 

(11,85%) 





R 

R 

4.1 

Residential erven 





(a) 

Erven up to 995m 2 

/month 

97,80 

109,40 


(b) 

Erven exceeding 995m 2 

/month 

140,00 

156,60 


(c) 

Indigent 


Free 

Free 


(d) 

Flats / town house complexes / 
duets 

/month 

125,70 

140,60 


(e) 

Second dwelling (single property) 

/month 

94,25 

105,10 


(f) 

Vergeet-My-Nie / Rivier Park flats 

/month 

47,70 

53,35 


(9) 

Formalized informal housing 
settlements (unproclaimed 
township) 

/month 

49,00 

55,00 


(h) 

Proclaimed rural villages 

/month 

49,00 

55,00 


(i) 

Pensioners who qualify: 






(i) With a total area up to 995m 2 






■ 1 00% rebate category 

/month 

0,00 

0,00 



■ 70% rebate category 

/month 

29,34 

32,82 



■ 50% rebate category 

/month 

48,90 

54,70 



■ 20% rebate category 

/month 

78,24 

87,52 



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Proposed 

Proposed 

4. 

REFUSE REMOVAL 

Category 

2014/2015 

2015/2016 


average increase in revenue 

(11,95%) 

(11,85%) 




R 

R 


(i) With a total area exceeding 





995m 2 

■ 1 00% rebate category 

/month 

0,00 

0,00 


■ 70% rebate category 

/month 

42,00 

46,98 


■ 50% rebate category 

/month 

70,00 

78,30 


■ 20% rebate category 

/month 

112,00 

125,28 


(ii) Flats per unit 





■ 1 00% rebate category 

/month 

0,00 

0,00 


■ 70% rebate category 

/month 

37,70 

42,18 


■ 50% rebate category 

/month 

62,85 

70,30 


■ 20% rebate category 

/month 

100,55 

112,48 

4.2 

Offices & business waste 




4.2.1 

85f bins per month or portion thereof 
per bin 

/month 

338,00 

378,05 

4.2.2 

Mass container 1 ,5m 3 of waste per 
month or portion thereof, per mass 
container 

/month 

3 528,00 

3 945,00 

4.2.3 

Mass container of 1 ,75m 3 of waste per 
month or portion thereof per mass 
container 

/month 

4 393,25 

4 914,00 

4.2.4 

Mass container 1 , 1 m 3 of waste per 
month or portion thereof per container 

/month 

627,65 

702,00 

4.3 

Departmental tariffs 




4.3.1 

Per refuse bin 

/month 

109,65 

122,65 

4.3.2 

Mass container 

/month 

1 801,55 

2 015,00 



/bin 



4.4 

Temporary users 

/day 

45,25 

51,00 

4.5 

Static compactor 




4.5.1 

Up to 15m 3 

/month 

7 798,45 

8 722,55 



minimum 



4.5.2 

Up to 11m 3 

/month 

6 238,75 

6 978,05 



minimum 



4.5.3 

Up to 10m 3 

/month 

5 718,85 

6 396,55 



minimum 



4.5.4 

Additional removal - more than 4 times 
per month 
■ Up to 15m 3 

/removal 

1 949,60 

2 180,60 


■ Up to 1 1m 3 

/removal 

1 559,70 

1 744,52 


■ Up to 10m 3 

/removal 

1 429,70 

1 599,10 


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5. ELECTRICITY 

5.1 Domestic residential indigent consumers 

These tariffs are applicable to all residential indigent consumers with an ampere capacity 


limited to 20A per phase. 


(7,39%) 

PRESENT 

2014/2015 

(12,20%) 

PROPOSED 

2015/2016 



c/kWh 

c/kWh 

(i) Energy charge (kWh) 


0,00 

0,00 

(ii) Block 1 - 50 kWh 

(6,3%) 

76,21 

81,00 

(iii) Block 51 - 350 kWh 

(7,3%) 

96,88 

103,95 


Free basic electricity to a maximum of 50 kWh per month applies to registered indigent 
consumers. 

Where more than 350 kWh is consumed during a month, the same tariff will be applied as 
for other domestic residential consumers. 


5.2 Domestic residential consumers 


These tariffs are available to all residential consumers with a single or three phase 
connection with an ampere capacity of up to 80A per phase. This tariff consists out of a 
fixed and energy charge. The tariff is based on the inclining block principle, that is, the 
more units used, the higher the rate becomes. 

PRESENT PROPOSED 

2014/2015 2015/2016 

R R 


5.2.1 A fixed charge whether electricity is consumed or not, 
per month or part thereof per point of supply. The 
amount is charged once per month. 


(i) 

Single phase 



48,00 

54,00 

(ii) 

Three phase 



65,00 

72,00 






c/kWh 

c/kWh 

Energy charge 






(i) 

Block 

1 - 50 

kWh 

(6,3%) 

77,58 

82,47 

(ii) 

Block 

51 - 350 

kWh 

(7,3%) 

103,21 

110,74 

(iii) 

Block 

351 -600 

kWh 


121,84 

136,70 

(iv) 

Block 

>600 

kWh 


137,14 

153,87 


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5. 


5.3 Domestic residential consumers (lifeline) 

This is a new tariff structure and is available to all residential consumers with a single or 
three phase connection with an ampere capacity of up to 40A per phase with no fixed 
charge. This tariff consists only out of an energy charge and will suite low to medium 
consumption residential consumers. The tariff is based on the inclining principle, that is, 
the more units used, the higher the rate becomes. 


PRESENT PROPOSED 
2014/2015 2015/2016 






c/kWh 

c/kWh 

(i) 

Block 

1 - 50 kWh 

(6,3%) 

86,17 

91,60 

(ii) 

Block 

51 -350 kWh 

(7,3%) 

116,67 

125,20 

(iii) 

Block 

351 - 600 kWh 


124,69 

139,90 

(iv) 

Block 

> 600 kWh 


138,34 

155,22 


5.4 Business, industrial & general consumers 

These tariffs are applicable to all business, industrial and general consumers with a 
single and/or three phase connection with a capacity of up to 80A per phase. 

PRESENT PROPOSED 

2014/2015 2015/2016 

R R 


5.4.1 A capacity charge whether electricity is consumed or 
not, per ampere of supply capacity, per month, per 
point of supply or part thereof 


(i) 

Single phase 

14,50 

15,00 

(ii) 

Three phase 

40,81 

45,00 



c/kWh 

c/kWh 

5.4.2 Energy charge 

86,88 

97,48 


5.5 Business lifeline consumers 

These tariffs are applicable to all business lifeline consumers with a single phase 
connection with a capacity of up to 40A per phase. This tariff has no capacity charge. 

PRESENT PROPOSED 

2014/2015 2015/2016 

c/kWh c/kWh 

5.5.1 Energy charge kWh (10%) 132,09 145,30 


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5.6 

Bulk consumers - low voltage three phase demand scale (Time of Use) 



These tariffs are applicable to all bulk consumers metered at low voltage with an annual 


average metered load with a capacity higher than 80A per phase. 




PRESENT 

PROPOSED 



2014/2015 

2015/2016 



R 

R 

5.6.1 

A fixed charge, whether electricity is consumed or not 
per point of supply (meter point) 

1 558,00 

1 748,00 

5.6.2 

A demand charge per kVA of half hourly maximum 
demand payable in peak and standard periods on 
week days and Saturdays 

37,33 

41,88 

5.6.3 

A network access charge per kVA of half hourly 

19,67 

22,00 


maximum demand payable in peak and standard 
periods on week days and Saturdays 

c/kWh 

c/kWh 

5.6.4 

An active energy charge for all kWh consumers (kWh) 

(i) High demand season (June, July, August) 




■ Peak 

282,66 

317,15 


■ Standard 

108,05 

121,23 


■ Off-peak 

57,80 

64,85 


(ii) Low demand season (September to May) 




■ Peak 

119,10 

133,63 


■ Standard 

73,04 

81,95 


■ Off-peak 

51,11 

57,35 

5.6.5 

Reactive energy charge (kVA) 

High demand season (June - August) 

17,89 

20,07 


5.7 

Bulk consumers - 1 1 000 Volt three phase demand scale (Time of Use) 

These tariffs are applicable to all bulk consumers metered at medium 
electricity is supplied at 1 1 000 V. 

PRESENT 

2014/2015 

voltage where 

PROPOSED 

2015/2016 



R 

R 

5.7.1 

A fixed charge whether electricity is consumed or not, 
per point of supply (meter point) 

2 599,00 

2 916,00 

5.7.2 

A demand charge per kVA of half hourly maximum 
demand payable in peak and standard periods on 
week days and Saturdays 

35,57 

39,91 

5.7.3 

A network access charge per kVA of half hourly 
maximum demand payable in peak and standard 
periods on weekdays and Saturdays 

18,74 

21,00 


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PRESENT 

2014/2015 

PROPOSED 

2015/2016 


c/kWh 

c/kWh 

5.7.4 An active energy charge for all consumers (kWh) 

(i) High demand season (June, July, August) 

■ Peak 

252,23 

283,00 

■ Standard 

100,70 

112,98 

■ Off-peak 

53,87 

60,45 

(ii) Low demand season (September to May) 

■ Peak 

111,19 

124,75 

■ Standard 

68,19 

76,51 

■ Off-peak 

47,71 

53,53 

5.7.5 Reactive energy charge (kVA) 

High demand season (June - August) 

17,04 

19,12 


5.8 

Other bulk consumers 

This tariff is only available to specific consumers as approved by Council resolution due 
to special circumstances. The following charges will be payable: 


kWh peak 

equal to Eskom megaflex tariff structure plus 10% 



kWh standard 

equal to Eskom megaflex tariff structure plus 10% 



kWh off-peak 

equal to Eskom megaflex tariff structure plus 3% 



kVA r h 

equal to Eskom megaflex tariff structure 


5.9 

Street light and traffic light consumption 




PRESENT PROPOSED 



2014/2015 

2015/2016 



c/kWh 

c/kWh 

5.9.1 

Energy charge kWh 

122,05 

136,95 

5.9.2 

Illuminated advertisement signs 

85,00 


5.10 

Departmental levies & sport clubs 




This tariff is applicable to all municipal buildings, levies and sport clubs. Where time of 
use meters are installed the applicable tariffs as per the time of use categories as 
determined will apply. 



PRESENT 

2014/2015 

PROPOSED 

2015/2016 



c/kWh 

c/kWh 

5.10.1 

Energy charge kWh 

122,05 

136,95 


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5. ELECTRICITY 



5.11 Other charges 

This tariff is applicable to all undeveloped erven with access to the reticulation network. 


PRESENT 

PROPOSED 


2014/2015 

2015/2016 


R 

R 

5.1 1 .1 A fixed charge per month or part thereof 

92,00 

103,00 


5.12 

Schools & welfare organizations - low voltage three phase demand scale (Time of 


Use) 




This is a new tariff structure and applicable to schools and welfare organizations metered 
at low voltage with an annual average metered load with a capacity higher than 80A per 


phase. 




Schools and welfare organizations must meet the criteria as per the rates policy to qualify 


for this tariff structure. 

PRESENT 

PROPOSED 



2014/2015 

2015/2016 



R 

R 

5.12.1 

A fixed charge, whether electricity is consumed or not 
per point of supply (meter point) 

1 168,00 

1 310,50 

5.12.2 

A demand charge per kVA of half hourly maximum 
demand payable in peak and standard periods on week 
days and Saturdays 

28,00 

31,42 

5.12.3 

A network access charge per kVA of half hourly 

14,75 

16,55 


maximum demand payable in peak and standard 
periods on week days and Saturdays 

c/kWh 

c/kWh 

5.12.4 

An active energy charge for all kWh consumers (kWh) 

(i) High demand season (June, July, August) 




■ Peak 

212,00 

237,85 


■ Standard 

81,04 

90,93 


■ Off-peak 

43,35 

48,65 


(ii) Low demand season (September to May) 




■ Peak 

89,32 

100,22 


■ Standard 

54,78 

61,45 


■ Off-peak 

38,33 

43,00 

5.12.5 

Reactive energy charge (kVA) 

High demand season (June - August) 

13,41 

15,05 


5. ELECTRICITY 


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5.13 Schools & welfare organizations - 1 1 000 Volt three phase demand scale (Time of 
Use) 

This is a new tariff structure and applicable to schools and welfare organizations metered 
at medium voltage where electricity is supplied at 1 1 000 V. 

Schools and welfare organizations must meet the criteria as per the rates policy to qualify 
for this tariff structure. 

PRESENT PROPOSED 
2014/2015 2015/2016 


R R 


5.13.1 

A fixed charge whether electricity is consumed or not, 
per point of supply (meter point) 

1 976,00 

2 217,00 



c/kWh 

c/kWh 

5.13.2 

A demand charge per kVA of half hourly maximum 
demand payable in peak and standard periods on week 
days and Saturdays 

27,03 

30,33 

5.13.3 

A network access charge per kVA of half hourly 
maximum demand payable in peak and standard 
periods on weekdays and Saturdays 

14,24 

15,95 

5.13.4 

An active energy charge for all consumers (kWh) 

(i) High demand season (June, July, August) 




■ Peak 

191,69 

215,08 


■ Standard 

76,54 

85,88 


■ Off-peak 

40,94 

45,93 


(ii) Low demand season (September to May) 




■ Peak 

84,50 

94,80 


■ Standard 

51,83 

58,15 


■ Off-peak 

36,26 

40,68 

5.13.5 

Reactive energy charge (kVA) 

High demand season (June - August) 

12,57 

14,10 


5.14 Schools & welfare organizations 

This is a new tariff structure and applicable to all schools and welfare organizations with 
a single and/or three phase connection with a capacity of up to 80A per phase. 

Schools and welfare organizations must meet the criteria as per the rates policy to qualify 
for this tariff structure. This tariff has no capacity charge. 

PRESENT PROPOSED 
2014/2015 2015/2016 

c/kWh c/kWh 

5.14.1 Energy charge kWh 98,49 108,35 


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Note : 

For the purpose of time of use tariffs the defined daily time of use period throughout 
the year are: 

Peak hours: 

(i) Weekdays 07:01-10:00 

18:01 -20:00 

(ii) Saturdays None 

(iii) Sundays None 

Standard hours: 

(i) Weekdays 06:01 -07:00 

10:01-18:00 

(ii) Saturdays 07:01-12:00 

18:01-20:00 

(iii) Sundays None 

Off-peak hours: 

(i) Weekdays 22:01 -06:00 

(ii) Saturdays 12:01-18:00 

20:01 -07:00 

(iii) Sundays 00:00-24:00 

The Director Electrical Engineering Services may impose a specific minimum load 
requirement for qualification for time of use tariff scales. 


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SCHEDULE 2 


PROPOSED SUNDRY TARIFFS FOR THE 2015/2016 FINANCIAL YEAR 

1 . The sundry tariffs for each service delivery by Council are annually revised 
at the time when the annual budget is being prepared and is aimed at the 
effective recovery of cost incurred to supply the related services. 

2. The recommended tariffs for each service to be implemented with effect 
from 1 July 2015 are reflected under each directorate / department. 

3. It is recommended: 

3.1 That the adjusted tariffs as reflected in the comments of the various 
managers of departments be approved for implementation with 
effect from 1 July 2015. 

3.2 That the sundry tariffs be VAT inclusive except those tariffs for 
services indicated with an (*) which are exempted or out of scope of 
the VAT Act. 

3.3 That an admin fee of 15% be levied to a maximum of R850,00 
when applicable. 

DIRECTORATE COMMUNITY SERVICES 


Fire & Rescue Services (Public Safety) 




TARIFFS 


DESCRIPTION 

APPROVED 

2014/2015 

RECOMMENDED 

2015/2016 



R 



R 

1 . 

Fixed charges for services rendered regarding 
hazardous substances as promulgated in SANS 
10228 inside and outside the municipal area 

3 900,00 

+ km 

4 000,00 

2. 

Turn-outs within the municipal area 

The following accumulating fees: 





2.1 

Fixed charges per call-out 

240,00 



260,00 

2.2 

First hour or part thereof per incident 

480,00 



500,00 

2.3 

For each subsequent hour or part thereof per 
incident 

240,00 



260,00 

2.4 

Cost for replacement of material, damaged 
equipment or consumable items 

cost + 15% handling charge + VAT 

2.5 

Cost of water used 

2,69 

/kl 

3,00 

2.6 

Equipment used 

240,00 



260,00 

2.7 

Jaws of life 

550,00 



580,00 


- Light motor vehicles < 3500 kg 

- Heavy motor vehicles > 3500 kg 

550,00 

1 150,00 



580,00 

1 220,00 


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TARI 

IFFS 

APPROVED 

RECOMMENDED 

2014/2015 



2015/2016 

R 



R 

30,00 * 

/km 

33,00 * 

15,00 * 

/km 

18,00 * 

580,00 



600,00 

1 300,00 



1 400,00 

620,00 



660,00 

cost + 15% handling charge + VAT 

240,00 



260,00 

550,00 



580,00 

550,00 



580,00 

1 150,00 



1 220,00 

160,00 



200,00 

30,00 * 

/km 

33,00 * 

15,00 

/km 

18,00 

2,69 

/kl 

3,00 

350,00 



400,00 

350,00 



400,00 

490,00 



490,00 

580,00 



580,00 

980,00 



1 000,00 

200,00 



200,00 

250,00 



250,00 

300,00 



300,00 

350,00 



350,00 

420,00 



420,00 


DESCRIPTION 


3. 


2.8 Kilometers of fire engines 

2.9 Kilometers of utility vehicles 

Turn-outs outside of the municipal area 

The following accumulative fees: 

Fixed charges per call-out 
First hour or part thereof per incident 


3.1 

3.2 

3.3 


For each subsequent hour or part thereof per 
incident 


3.4 Cost for replacement of material, damaged 
equipment or consumable items 


3.5 

3.6 


3.7 

3.8 

3.9 


Equipment used 
Jaws of life 

- Light motor vehicles < 3500 kg 

- Heavy motor vehicles > 3500 kg 

Personnel per member per hour or part thereof 
Kilometers of fire engines 

Kilometers of utility vehicles 


3.10 Cost of water used 

4. Station facilities 

4.1 Lecture room (private use) 

4.2 Training grounds (private use) 

5. Flammable liquids and substances 
certificates including gas installations 

5.1 0 - 83 000 liters installations 

5.2 83 001 - 200 000 liters installations 

5.3 200 000 and more liters installations 

6 . Transport permit for flammable substances 

6.1 600 kg -6 000 kg 

6.2 6 001 kg - 11 000 kg 

6.3 1 1 000 kg - 30 000 kg 

6.4 30 001 kg and above 

7. Fire equipment serviceman 

(1 January -31 December) 


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Environmental & Health Services 




TAR 

IFFS 


DESCRIPTION 

APPROVED 

2014/2015 

RECOMMENDED 

2015/2016 



R 



R 

1 . 

Cleaning of erven 


/m 2 



Owners that are instructed by Council to clean 
their erven and that fail to do so 

actual cost + admin fee + VAT 

2. 

Inspection fee 

(Government Notice R723 sub-regulation 4(6)) 






- Private day care centers 

500,00 

/annum 

550,00 


- Pre-schools 

500,00 

/annum 

550,00 


- Other food premises 

1 500,00 

/annum 

1 600,00 

3. 

Certificate of Acceptability (Liquor) 


/certificate 

1 600,00 


Human Settlements (Public Facilities & Cultural Services) 


DESCRIPTION 

TAR 

IFFS 

APPROVED 

2014/2015 

RECOMMENDED 

2015/2016 

1 . Re-allocation of informal settlement residents 

R 


R 

100,00 

100,00 


Library Services (Public Facilities & Cultural Services) 


DESCRIPTION 

TAR 

FFS 

APPROVED 

2014/2015 

RECOMMENDED 

2015/2016 


R 


R 

1 . Membership fees within MP313 




Residents 

free 


free 

Non-residents 

free * 


free 

Rentals 

free 


free 

2. Refundable deposit for membership within 




MP313 




Residents 

free 


free 

Non-residents 

500,00 


500,00 

Rentals - renting residence 

500,00 


500,00 


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TARI 

IFFS 


DESCRIPTION 

APPROVED 

RECOMMENDED 



2014/2015 



2015/2016 



R 



R 

3. 

Fines 






Books / sound recordings / audio books 

5,00 

/week 

5,00 




/ item 


4. 

Photostats / printing charges 






A4 library material 

0,60 

each 

0,60 


A3 library material 

1,00 

each 

1,00 


A4 other 

1,00 

each 

1,00 


A3 other 

2,00 

each 

2,00 


Internet (private use) 

free 



free 


Internet (scholars) printing (A4) 

1,00 

/page 

1,00 


Internet (scholars) searching 

free 

/30 min 

free 


Colour copy 

7,00 

/page 

7,00 


Encarta 

1,00 

/page 

1,00 


Laminating (A4) 

8,00 



8,00 

5. 

Facsimiles 






a) Scholars fax to land line 

2,50 

/page 

2,50 


fax to email 

7,00 



7,00 


b) Business fax to land line 

5,00 

/page 

5,00 


fax to email 

12,00 



12,00 


c) Senior citizens 

free 



free 


d) Receiving 

5,00 

/page 

5,00 

6. 

Lost and damaged books 

Reference 

230,00 





Non-fiction 

150,00 





Junior non-fiction 

150,00 



price of book 


Fiction 

Learner fiction 

115.00 

135.00 



+ VAT 

+ 15% admin 
charges 


Kids / junior fiction 

80,00 





Kids non-fiction 

90,00 




7. 

Town maps 

7,00 



7,00 

8. 

Duplicate borrowers pockets 

2,00 



2,50 

9. 

Membership cards 

10,00 



10,00 

10. 

Bag locker keys (replacement) 




50,00 


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Licensing Services (Public Safety) 




TARI 

IFFS 


DESCRIPTION 

APPROVED 

RECOMMENDED 



2014/2015 



2015/2016 



R 



R 

1 . 

Bank costs 

190,00 

/cheque 

returned 

200,00 

2. 

Application for instructors’ certificate 

525,00 

/drivers’ 
license code 
as approved 

525,00 




by 





Provincial 

Department 


3. 

Issuing of instructors’ certificate 

105,00 

ea 

105,00 




as approved 





by 





Provincial 

Department 


4. 

Application for business license 

300,00 



350,00 

5. 

Advertisements and banners 

50,00 



80,00 

6. 

Deposit on advertisements 

50,00 

120 

80,00 




or part 
thereof 


7. 

Dog licenses 

10,00 

1 st dog 

0,00 



25,00 

2 nd dog 

0,00 



75,00 

3 rd dog 
/annum 

0,00 


Traffic & Security Services (Public Safety) 



TAR 

IFFS 

DESCRIPTION 

APPROVED 

2014/2015 

RECOMMENDED 

2015/2016 


R 



R 

1 . Parking tariffs 

1.1 Government Ordinance 17 of 1939, Local 

Authority (Local Notice 176) 





- On street parking 

2,00 

/1 5 min 

2,00 

- Off street parking 

165,00 

/month 

180,00 

1.2 Disability disc 

120,00 

/annum 

120,00 


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IFFS 


DESCRIPTION 

APPROVED 

RECOMMENDED 



2014/2015 



2015/2016 



R 


R 




2. 

Damaged traffic signals 

actual cost + admin fee + VAT 

3. 

Pound 





3.1 

Stallion fees (horses or donkeys) 

45,00 

ea /day 

50,00 

3.2 

Bulls 

45,00 

ea / day 

50,00 

3.3 

Rams (sheep/goat) of eight months and older 

30,00 

ea /day 

35,00 

3.4 

Pigs 

45,00 

ea /day 

50,00 

3.5 

Mares, geldings, foals, donkeys, mules, cows, 






oxen, calves, ostriches 

30,00 

ea /day 

35,00 

3.6 

Sheep or goat each 

30,00 

ea /day 

35,00 

4. 

Grazing and tending fees 





4.1 

Horses, mules, foals, donkeys, bulls, oxen, 

30,00 

ea /day 

35,00 


calves, ostriches or pigs 





4.2 

Sheep or goats 

15,00 

ea /day 

20,00 


(The charges in terms of sub items (1 ) & (2) shall 
not be payable if the animals are released on the 
day they are impounded) 





5. 

Driving fees 





5.1 

For animals found within the jurisdiction area of 
the Steve Tshwete Local Municipality, Middelburg 





5.1.1 

Horses, mules, donkeys, cattle, ostriches or 

20,00 

/km 

30,00 


calves per head 


or part 


5.1.2 

Pigs per head 

25,00 

/km 
or part 

35,00 

5.1.3 

Other animals 

15,00 

/km 
or part 

20,00 

6. 

Hawkers Pound 






■ Items per individual 





6.1 

Set of items of soft goods 

15,00 

/day 

20,00 

6.2 

Set of other items 

20,00 

/day 

25,00 

7. 

Vehicle Pound 





7.1 

Motor vehicle / vehicle up to 3 500kg GVM 

30,00 

ea /day 

40,00 

7.2 

Motor vehicle / vehicle above 3 500kg GVM 

60,00 

ea /day 

80,00 

8. 

Control of temporary advertisement 





8.1 

Illegal advertisement of any item on the road 
traffic sign, lamp, building and other object 

500,00 



550,00 

8.2 

Illegal distribution of pamphlets 

250,00 



300,00 


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DESCRIPTION 

TAR 

IFFS 

APPROVED 

2014/2015 

RECOMMENDED 

2015/2016 



R 



R 

9. 

Hawkers trading 





9.1 

Hawkers annual trading fees 






- Trading in Township 

140,00 

/annum 

150,00 


- Trading in CBD 

260,00 

/annum 

270,00 


- Food handlers in CBD 

500,00 

/annum 

500,00 

9.2 

Hawkers stalls 






- Van Calder Taxi Rank 

80,00 

/month 

90,00 

9.3 

Seasonal hawkers 






- Township 

30,00 

/month 

40,00 


- CBD 

70,00 

/month 

90,00 

9.4 

Promotion hawkers 

200,00 

/day 

200,00 

9.5 

Hawkers trolleys 

100,00 

/month 

120,00 

9.6 

Special events 


/day 



- Unregistered hawkers 

60,00 



60,00 

10. 

Flee market 

50,00 

/day 

50,00 

11. 

Accident report 






As prescribed by the government gazette subject 

125,00 

/copy 

125,00 


to change in accordance with the gazette 


as approved 





by 





Provincial 





Department 


12. 

Installation of tents on a public road 






- Refundable deposit 

750,00 



750,00 


- Rental 

300,00 



300,00 


- Illegal installation of tents 

1 000,00 



1 000,00 

13. 

Clamping of vehicles 






- Light motor vehicle 

500,00 



550,00 


- Heavy motor vehicle 

1 000,00 



1 100,00 

14. 

Towing of vehicles 






- Light motor vehicle 

750,00 



750,00 


- Heavy motor vehicle 

1 750,00 



1 750,00 

15. 

Tracing of vehicle owner(s) 

200,00 



250,00 


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DIRECTORATE CORPORATE SERVICES 


Information & Communication Technology 





TARI 

IFFS 



DESCRIPTION 

APPROVED 

2014/2015 

RECOMMENDED 

2015/2016 



R 



R 

1 . 

Antenna on own pole 

712,00 

/antenna 

monthly 

712,00 

2. 

Rack space inside building 

912,00 

/rack 

monthly 

912,00 

3. 

Power connection for radio equipment 

415,00 

/connection 

monthly 

415,00 


Legal & Administration 




TARIFFS 


DESCRIPTION 

APPROVED 

RECOMMENDED 



2014/2015 



2015/2016 



R 



R 

1 . 

Utilization of community halls 





1.1 

Deposit 






Refundable deposit per occasion per hall 

800,00 * 

/occasion 

800,00 


(Refundable deposit per occasion of kitchen at 
MPPC Extension 7, Mhluzi) 

800,00 * 



800,00 

1.2 

Rental of hall 

100,00 

/hour 

100,00 


Rental of halls - cultural organizations, charity 

90,00 

/hour 

100,00 


organizations, schools, education institutions, 
churches, funeral services and sport clubs 






Tariff for hosting a bar per occasion 

900,00 

/occasion 

1 000,00 


Rental of hall between 24:00 & 06:00 

260,00 

/hour 

270,00 


Rental of hall between 24:00 & 06:00 

160,00 

/hour 

170,00 


by cultural organizations, charity organizations, 
schools, education institutions, churches, funeral 
services and sport clubs 






Rental of kitchen at MPCC Extension 7 

100,00 

/hour 

110,00 


(Kitchen can only be booked simultaneously with 
hall and not separately) 





1.3 

Rental of Banquet Hall 






Refundable deposit per occasion 

5 000,00 * 

/occasion 

5 000,00 


Special request to use generator by applicant - 
deposit and refundable difference 




5 000,00 


Rental of: 






Hall* 06:00-24:00 

800,00 

/hour 

800,00 


after 24:00 

1 600,00 

/hour 

1 600,00 


more than 500 users 

220,00 

/hour 

/official 

220,00 


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DESCRIPTION 

TARIFFS 

APPROVED 

2014/2015 

RECOMMENDED 

2015/2016 



R 



R 

Rental of Banquet Hall 






Rental of: 

rental between 





Commercial user 

06:00 & 24:00 

1 600,00 

/hour 

1 600,00 


after 24:00 

3 100,00 

/hour 

3 100,00 

Kitchen *# 

06:00 & 24:00 

1 100,00 

/flat rate 

1 500,00 


after 24:00 

1 100,00 

/flat rate 

1 500,00 

Excluding equipment 

06:00 & 24:00 


/flat rate 

250,00 

Personnel assistance 


220,00 

/hour or part 

250,00 




thereof 


Committee room *# 

06:00 & 24:00 

250,00 

/hour 

260,00 


after 24:00 

350,00 

/hour 

360,00 

Conference room (1) *# 

06:00 & 24:00 

250,00 

/hour 

260,00 


after 24:00 

300,00 

/hour 

360,00 

Conference room (2) *# 

06:00 & 24:00 

250,00 

/hour 

260,00 


after 24:00 

300,00 

/hour 

310,00 

Conference room *# 

06:00 & 24:00 

350,00 

/hour 

260,00 

(upper level) 

after 24:00 

550,00 

/hour 

560,00 

Exhibition room *# 

06:00 & 24:00 

250,00 

/hour 

260,00 


after 24:00 

450,00 

/hour 

460,00 

VIP room *# 

06:00 & 24:00 

250,00 

/hour 

260,00 


after 24:00 

350,00 

/hour 

360,00 

Banquet hall table 

06:00 & 24:00 

25,00 

/table 

25,00 

(round) 







after 24:00 

25,00 

/table 

25,00 

Banquet hall steel tables 

06:00 & 24:00 

free 

/table 

free 


after 24:00 

free 

/table 

free 

Banquet hall chair 

06:00 & 24:00 

15,00 

/chair 

15,00 

(first 500 free) 

after 24:00 

15,00 

/chair 

15,00 

Hosting of a bar 

06:00 & 24:00 

900,00 

/occasion 

1 000,00 


after 24:00 

1 100,00 

/occasion 

1 110,00 


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* That all rentable Council facilities be made available free of charge to government departments 
(National and Provincial) and political parties and be exempted from paying the deposit, provided: 

■ That they be charged for all damage caused; 

■ That they be charged normal fees should they use it for commercial use (fee charged at the 
entrance); 

■ That they make use of local service providers; and 

■ That the kitchen is booked simultaneously with the hall and not separately. 


❖ The booking of Council facilities for political parties is subject to approval by the Executive Mayor. 


# Can only be booked simultaneously with hall and not separately. 






TARIFFS 


DESCRIPTION 

APPROVED 

2014/2015 

RECOMMENDED 

2015/2016 



R 



R 

2. 

Tenders 






Tender document fee 

350,00 

/tender 

document 

400,00 

3. 

Access to information 





3.1 

Photocopy (A4) 

2,50 

/copy 

2,75 

3.2 

Requesting fee as per Regulation 7(2) 

40,00 

/hour 

44,00 

3.3 

Searching and preparing of records as per 
Regulation 7(3) 

20,00 

/hour 

22,00 

3.4 

Searching and preparing of records as per 
Regulation 1 1(3) 

35,00 

/hour 

38,00 

4. 

Fees prescribed by Regulation 84 of the Deeds 
Registries Act 47 of 1937 as amended 





4.1 

A deed 

35,00 

/hour 

35,00 

4.2 

A document 

7,00 

/document 

7,00 

4.3 

Enquiry relating to a property or deed obtaining a 
computer printout and for the inspection of any 
deed, document, folio, register or micro film 
relating thereof (including the search of the index) 
for each enquiry per property deed 

7,00 

/copy 

7,00 


Information obtained through any other electronic 
system for a list of erven in a township or units in 
a sectional title scheme or portions of a farm, or 
holdings in an agricultural holdings area, or erven 
in an allotment area, or any other similar (list of 
registered properties) 






Property & Valuation Services 


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TARIFFS 


DESCRIPTION 

APPROVED 

2014/2015 

RECOMMENDED 

2015/2016 



R 



R 

1 . 

Rental Units 





1.1 

Rivier Park 

280,00 

market- 
related at 

R1 470,00 
per month 
80% rebate 

290,00 

1.2 

Vergeet-My-Nie 

Block A-E 

Block F-J 

160,00 

market- 
related at 
R850.00 
per month 
80% rebate 

170,00 

1.3 

Bloekomsig 






(phase-in approach to bring in line with Housing 
Code prescriptions) 

280,00 

minimum 
rental of 
R250.00 
with a 1 5% 
rebate to 
limit 

increase 

290,00 



or current rental whichever is the highest 

2. 

Carports 

Vergeet-My-Nie 

Rivier Park 

14,00 

14,00 



15,00 

15,00 


Municipal offices and facilities 

25,00 



30,00 

3. 

Outcome of objections and furnishing of 
reasons (Council resolution CC04/10/2009) 

250,00 



250,00 


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DIRECTORATE FINANCIAL SERVICES 




TARIFFS 


DESCRIPTION 

APPROVED 

RECOMMENDED 



2014/2015 



2015/2016 



R 



R 

1 . 

Valuation roll 





1.1 

Alpha list valuation printout per extension on CD 
per megabyte or part of it 

not applicable 




1.2 

Valuation roll on CD 

580,00 



610,00 

1.3 

Valuation certificates or property related 
information 

27,00 



28,00 

2. 

Clearances 





2.1 

Application of clearance 

46,00 



50,00 

2.2 

Clearance certificate 

2,00 * 



2,00 * 

3. 

Connection fees 





3.1 

Re-connection fees non payment 

Electricity 

193,00 



205,00 


Water 

193,00 



205,00 

3.2 

Connection fees - new consumers 

Electricity 

78,00 



85,00 


Water 

78,00 



85,00 

4. 

Telephone warning fees by 

Landline 

35,00 



35,00 


SMS 

2,50 



2,50 

5. 

Search fees 






Within 24 months 

70,00 

/hour 

75,00 


Over 24 months 

140,00 

or part 

150,00 


Deeds search per customer request 

40,00 

thereof 

40,00 

6. 

Data 





6.1 

Application: Information on computer on the 

110,00 

/megabyte 

115,00 


above (if on CD) 


or part 
thereof 


7. 

Banking 





7.1 

Tracing electronic payments made on Council’s 

51,00 

/transaction 

55,00 


bank account without any references 





7.2 

Levy on repudiated cheques 

190,00 



200,00 

7.3 

Internet account payments / prepaid (third party) 

to be 

/value of 




determined 

transaction 


8. 

Procurement 





8.1 

Levy on issues from stores 

R800.00 

1 5% to a 
maximum of 

R850.00 

8.2 

Official order (departments) 

16,00 



20,00 

8.3 

Official order (procurement) 

0,00 



250,00 

8.4 

Tenders (procurement) 

0,00 



1 050,00 

8.5 

Admin fee other 

15% 



15% 


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DEPOSIT SCHEDULE 







1. 

ELECTRICITY 








Residential / Domestic 







1.1 

Electricity prepayment 

(i) Prepaid single phase up to 80 ampere 

96,00 

* 



108,00 

* 


(ii) Prepaid three phase connection up to 80 
ampere 

130,00 

* 



145,00 

* 


(iii) Prepaid no fixed charge 

0,00 

* 



0,00 

* 

1.2 

Electricity conventional 

(i) Single phase connection up to 40 ampere 

750,00 

* 



1 500,00 

* 


(ii) Single phase connection 50-80 ampere 

2 000,00 

* 



3 000,00 

* 


(iii) Three phase connection up to 80 ampere 

2 000,00 

* 



4 000,00 

* 

1.3 

Council rental units 

750,00 

* 



750,00 

* 


Business / Other 







1.4 

Electricity prepayment 

(i) Prepaid single phase up to 80 ampere 

2 300,00 

* 



3 000,00 

* 


(ii) Prepaid three phase connection up to 80 
ampere 

4 300,00 

* 



4 600,00 

* 

1.5 

Electricity conventional 

(i) Single phase up to 80 ampere 

5 000,00 

* 



6 500,00 

* 


(ii) Three phase connection up to 80 ampere 

14 500,00 

* 



14 500,00 

* 


(iii) Bulk (TOU) with meter load higher than 

2 x 80A per phase 

18 000,00 

* 



20 000,00 

* 


(iv) Bulk (TOU) with 11 000 Volt three phase 

37 000,00 

* 



45 000,00 

* 


demand 







2. 

WATER 







2.1 

Domestic consumers 

300,00 

* 



400,00 

* 

2.2 

Non-domestic consumers 

700,00 

* 



800,00 

* 


Note: 








(i) All deposits will be revised in October of each 








year based on the two preceding months 
consumption whichever is the highest 








(ii) Bank guarantees will only be accepted for 
business/industrial consumer accounts if the 
total deposit payable exceeds R50 000,00 








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DIRECTORATE INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES 


Civil Engineering Services 




TARIFFS 


DESCRIPTION 

APPROVED 

RECOMMENDED 



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2015/2016 



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1 . 

Water and sewerage connections 





1.1 

Water 






15mm 

4 435,00 



3 080,00 


20mm 

4 715,00 



3 575,00 


25mm 

5 655,00 



4 630,00 


Above 25mm 


/quotation 

Actual cost + 






15% 


Private development connection 




845,00 


Duet water 




5 270,00 


Water connection 15 - >25mm with drilling 


/quotation 

Actual cost + 






15% 

1.2 

Sewerage 

1 10mm 

1 320,00 



1 350,00 


160mm 

2 103,00 



2 105,00 


Private development - 1 10mm 


/quotation 

Actual cost + 






15% 

2. 

Main service contributions 





2.1 

Water 

3 295,00 

/kl 

3 490,00 

2.2 

Sewerage 

1 120,00 

/kl 

1 190,00 

2.3 

Main service contribution for duets 






Water 


/kl 

2 880,00 


Sanitation 


/kl 

1 190,00 

3. 

Swimming pool: backwash water 

20,00 

/month 

25,00 

4. 

Cleaning up sewerage blockages 

230,00 

/30 min 

250,00 


(Office hours) 





5. 

Dumping of sewerage effluent 

25,00 

/kilolitre 

30,00 

6. 

Provision of information for Council’s records 
water services development plan (WSDP) 





6.1 

Executive summary (hard/soft copy) 

30,00 



32,00 

6.2 

Detailed plan (soft/hard copy) 

60,00 



63,00 


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7. 

Way leave fees 






Refundable deposit for repair of services when a 
way leave is granted 

8 500,00 * 



9 000,00 * 


Cost and road repairs 

450,00 

/ m 2 

480,00 


Cost of kerb repairs 

200,00 

/m 

220,00 


Cost of paving repairs 

140,00 

/m 2 

150,00 

8. 

Entrances 






Residential entrance 

200,00 

/m 

220,00 


Industrial business entrance 

245,00 

/m 

260,00 


Refundable deposit entrance for: 






Business / industrial / developments 
(Middelburg Extension 26) 

9 950,00 



10 550,00 

9. 

Monetary contribution for parking bays 

39 500,00 

/parking bay 

42 000,00 

10. 

Fine for illegal connection 





10.1 

Domestic 

1 700,00 

+ water 

1 800,00 

10.2 

Industrial / business 

3 000,00 

consumption 

estimate 

3150,00 




+ water 
connection 


11. 

Cost for damaging infrastructure 





11.1 

Domestic 






Fine 

6 000,00 



6 350,00 


Repair cost 

actual cost + admin fee + VAT 

11.2 

Industrial / business 






Fine 

10 0000,00 



10 600,00 


Repair cost 

actual cost + admin fee + VAT 

12. 

Relocation of services - shift / remove kerb inlet 

4 500,00 



5 000,00 

13. 

Testing of water meter 

310,00 



550,00 

13.1 

No fault report 


+ testing of 
water meter 

845,00 


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Electrical Engineering Services 




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2015/2016 



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1 . 

Electrical connections 





1.1 

Prepayment meter single phase 

1 280,00 



1 280,00 

1.2 

Conventional to PLC prepayment meter 

1 400,00 



1 400,00 

1.3 

Prepayment meter three phase 

3 800,00 



3 800,00 

1.4 

Ready boards, meter and test 

3 500,00 



3 500,00 

1.5 

Connections not covered above will be 

actual cost + admin fee + VAT 

2. 

Main service contributions 






(will be replaced subject to approval of the new 
Electrical Engineering Service Contributions 
Policy and will be implemented thereafter): 






- Middelburg area Table A 

- Hendrina and similar areas Table B 





2.1 

HT & primary medium voltage network 

2 830,00 

/ kVA 

2 972,00 

2.2 

Including secondary network 

4 380,00 

/kVA 

4 600,00 

2.3 

Up to and including miniature substation 

6 010,00 

/kVA 

6 310,00 

2.4 

Duet and subdivision per portion: 

- Middelburg area 

36 400,00 



38 200,00 


Hendrina and similar areas 

30 980,00 



38 200,00 

2.5 

Upgrade from single phase to three phase 
electrical connection: 






- Middelburg area 

72 764,00 



76 400,00 


- Hendrina and similar areas 

61 900,00 



64 995,00 

3. 

Reconnect due to non-payment 

Monday - Saturday 

290,00 



305,00 


Reconnect new consumers 






Monday to Saturday 20:00 to 06:00 

290,00 



305,00 


Sundays & Public Holidays 18:00 to 06:00 

655,00 



690,00 


After hours complaints 

Monday - Saturday 20:00 to 06:00 

290,00 



305,00 


Sundays & Public Holidays 18:00 to 06:00 

655,00 



690,00 


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Testing 





Electrical installation 

740,00 



777,00 

Ready board installation 

330,00 



350,00 

- Single phase conventional & prepaid meters 

330,00 



350,00 

Three phase conventional & prepaid meters 

370,00 



390,00 

Programmable meter 

670,00 



705,00 

Tariff circuit breaker 





Tariff circuit breakers 





Lowering or increasing 

190,00 



200,00 

Repair cost sealed apparatus, tampering and 





damage to service connection 





1 st offence 

3 270,00 



3 255,00 

- 2 nd offence 

4 930,00 



4 905,00 

4. Rental of machinery and equipment 





Truck with crane (operator included) 

450,00 



475,00 

Trench digger (operator included) 

580,00 



609,00 

Cherry picker (operator included) 

370,00 

/hour 

390,00 

Cable fault locating 

420,00 

or part 

440,00 

Cable fault locating - travelling 

7,80 



8,20 

Generator 

940,00 



987,00 

Transport of generator 

7,80 

/km 

8,20 

5. Damage Council’s equipment 





5.1 Low voltage cables 

replacement cost repair 


actual cost + admin fee + VAT 

5.2 6.6/1 1 kV cable 

5 590,00 

/cable 

5 870,00 


actual cost + admin fee + VAT 

5.3 88 kV oil filled cable 

11 200,00 

/cable 

11 760,00 


actual cost + admin fee + VAT 


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6. 

Meter reading 






Meter access problems due to security fences 
without a manned gate, where access to meters is 
not possible during office hours may be charged a 
fixed rate per meter per month in addition to an 
estimated consumption charge. An application 
may be made to the Electrical Engineering 
Department to investigate the possibility of an 
alternative arrangement in terms of the metering 
layout 

590,00 



588,00 

7. 

Consumer requests 





7.1 

Relocating street light poles 

500,00 



1 575,00 

7.2 

Relocating stays on overhead line 

980,00 



1 029,00 

7.3 

Relocating serves connection stubby 

200,00 



1 260,00 

7.4 

Requests not covered above will be 

actual cost + admin fee + VAT 

7.5 

Reading a meter on request of a customer 

190,00 



200,00 

7.6 

Disconnecting and reconnecting supply at the 
customer’s request 

190,00 



200,00 

8. 

Replacement of prepaid cards 

45,00 



50,00 

9. 

Internet based display (smart metering) 

250,00 

/month 

263,00 


Environmental & Solid Waste Management 


DESCRIPTION 

TARIFFS 

APPROVED 

2014/2015 

RECOMMENDED 

2015/2016 


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1. Dumping site tariffs 





1.1 Admittance for residential users 

free of charge 



free of charge 

1 .2 Dumping of waste (business): 

36,00 



40,00 

Prepaid coupon 

0,00 

/ton or a 

0,00 

Without coupon 

0,00 

portion of a 

0,00 



ton 


1 .3 Sale of 85f refuse bins 

270,00 



280,00 

1.4 Special removal (food condemnation) 

60,00 

/ton 

65,00 



or a portion 




of a ton 


1.5 Transportation of condemned food stuff using 

15,00 

/km 

16,00 

Council vehicle 


or part 




thereof 



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Physical Environmental Development 




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RECOMMENDED 



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2015/2016 



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1 . 

Swimming pool 

Pre-school children 

free 



free 


Scholars 

2,80 



3,00 


Adults 

6,00 



6,00 


Season tickets 

225,00 



250,00 


Group bookings 

1-50 persons 

244,00 



260,00 


1-100 persons 

493,00 



525,00 


1-250 persons 

785,00 



835,00 

2. 

Sports facilities (Hire) 





2.1 

Kees Taljaard 





2.1.1 

Rugby stadium, indoor sports and recreation 
halls 






Monday to Saturday per day 
- Hall only 

380,00 



405,00 


- Hall and parking area or parking area only 

540,00 



575,00 


Public Holidays and Sundays per day 
- Hall only 

540,00 



575,00 


- Hall and parking area only 

710,00 



755,00 


Charge for every hour or part of a hour in the 
event of the areas not being vacated upon 
expectation of the period of hiring 






Monday to Saturday 
- Hall only between 24:00 and 08:00 

265,00 



285,00 


- Other times 

170,00 



180,00 


Public Holidays and Sundays 

Hall and parking area or parking area only 
- Between 24:00 and 08:00 

540,00 



575,00 


- Other times 

330,00 



350,00 


(Usage including the use of the kitchen, main 


No kitchen 



complex) 


available 


2.1.2 

Cricket club house per day 
- Hall only 

380,00 



not allowed 


- Hall and grounds or grounds only 

600,00 



700,00 

2.1.3 

Jukskei club house per day 

- Hall only 

380,00 



not allowed 


- Hall and grounds or grounds only 

600,00 



700,00 


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2.1.4 

Rugby stadium - field and pavilion per day 

- Per rugby field 

380,00 



450,00 


- Pavilion 

600,00 



700,00 

2.1.5 

Refundable deposits in terms of the above per 






occasion 






- Hall only 

775,00 



1 000,00 * 


- Hall and grounds or ground only 

1 500,00 



1 700,00 * 

2.2 

Mhluzi and Nasaret sport facilities 

- Use of facilities per day 

290,00 



315,00 


- Refundable deposits per occasion per facility 

680,00 * 



720,00 * 

2.3 

Eastdene sport grounds 

- Use of facility per day 

400,00 



430,00 


- Refundable deposit per occasion per facility 

900,00 * 



960,00 * 

2.4 

Kwazamokuhle sport stadium 

- Use of facility per day 

290,00 



315,00 


- Refundable deposit per occasion per facility 

680,00 * 



720,00 * 

2.4.1 

Sport clubs 

Athletics 

150,00 



250,00 


Basket ball 

150,00 



150,00 


Netball 

150,00 



150,00 


Soccer 

380,00 



430,00 


Tennis 

150,00 



150,00 

2.4.2 

Refundable deposit per occasion per facility 

900,00 * 



960,00 * 

2.4.3 

Refundable deposit for non-sport functions on all 
stadiums (festivals, shows, exhibitions) 

10 000,00 



15 000,00 

2.5 

Schools & government institutions 






Athletics 

Basketball 






Netball 


free 



Soccer 

+ applicable refundable deposit 


Tennis 

Other 





2.6 

Presentation of tournaments by individual persons 

/application 

2.7 

Cancellations of bookings for any of the sports 


/event 



facilities 

20% admin fee to be deducted from hire tariff before 




refund is made 


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3. 

Sport facilities (lease agreements) 

Use of a facility on a continuous or contractual 
basis 






(to be phased in as existing agreements expire) 





3.1 

Clubhouse and sport facilities 






Bowls 

3 150,00 

/annum 

3 340,00 


Cricket 

1 490,00 

/annum 

1 580,00 


Jukskei 

680,00 

/annum 

720,00 


Korfbal 

1 900,00 

/annum 

2 015,00 


Netball 

1 250,00 

/annum 

1 325,00 


Rugby (Kees Taljaard) 

1 980,00 

/annum 

2 100,00 


Tennis 

3 260,00 

/annum 

3 460,00 

3.2 

Indoor complex 






Aerobics (business) 

9 430,00 

/annum 

9 900,00 


Badminton 

4 720,00 

/annum 

5 000,00 


Gymnastics 

1 570,00 

/annum 

1 665,00 


Squash 

1 360,00 

/annum 

1 440,00 


Wrestling 

1 570,00 

/annum 

1 665,00 

3.3 

Other areas 






Cycling 

1 125,00 

/annum 

1 190,00 


Drum majorettes 

1 125,00 

/annum 

1 190,00 


Eastdene 

680,00 

/annum 

720,00 


Hockey 

680,00 

/annum 

720,00 


Marathon 

1 460,00 

/annum 

1 550,00 


Municipal swimming pool 

2 860,00 

/annum 

3 030,00 


Pigeon club 

780,00 

/annum 

830,00 


Play golf 

3 200,00 

/annum 

3 390,00 


Soccer (STLM Association) 

4 600,00 

/field 

/annum 

4 875,00 


Speed racers 

2 470,00 

/annum 

2 620,00 

4. 

Sewerage tank siphon services 





4.1 

Properties within a 20 kilometre radius of the 
municipal service centre 






- During normal working hours 

510,00 

/load 

550,00 


- After normal working hours 

1 660,00 

2 710,00 

for the first 

2 loads 

1 760,00 

2 800,00 



2 710,00 

after which 

2 800,00 


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4.2 

Properties within a 21 kilometre and 
40 kilometre radius of the municipal service 
centre 






- During normal working hours 

850,00 

/load 

900,00 


- After normal working hours 

3 010,00 

for the first 

2 loads after 

3 190,00 



3 310,00 

which 

3 510,00 

4.3 

Properties within a 41 kilometre and 60 
kilometre radius of the municipal service 
centre 






- During normal working hours 

1 550,00 

/load 

1 650,00 


- After normal working hours 

3 610,00 

for the first 

2 loads after 

3 830,00 



4 120,00 

which 

4 370,00 

4.4 

Properties in excess of a 61 kilometre radius 
of the municipal service centre 






- During normal working hours 

4 650,00 

/load 

4 950,00 


- After normal working hours 

no service 

4.5 

Rendering of a service outside municipal 
boundaries 

additional admin fee of 50% on tariffs charged 

5. 

Cleaning of erven 





5.1 

Cutting of grass in school erven as per Council 
resolution taken in 1996: 






Tractor 

325,00 

/hour 

345,00 


Brush cutter 

92,00 

/hour 

100,00 

5.2 

Rental of mass container garden waste 

85,00 



85,00 

6. 

Middelburg Dam 





6.1 

Season tickets (valid for 12 months) 

- Motor vehicle or LDV (max 5 persons) 

400,00 



800,00 


- Caravan (not valid Monday - Thursday) 

350,00 



700,00 


- Boat/trailer 

350,00 



700,00 

6.2 

Entrance fees 

- Motor vehicle or LDV (max 5 persons) 

64,00 



70,00 


- Motor vehicle or LDV (max 8 persons) 

90,00 



95,00 


- Microbus (9 - 15 persons) 

150,00 



160,00 


- Bus (max 70 persons) 

285,00 



300,00 


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Entrance fees 






- Boat/trailer/tent 

32,00 

/day 

35,00 


- Caravan per day 

70,00 



75,00 


- Bicycle 

10,00 



10,00 


- Motorcycle (two & four wheel) or any other 
similar vehicle 

not allowed on premises 

6.3 

Pensioners entrance identity cards per season 
(free entrance) Monday to Friday 

10,00 



10,00 

7. 

Cemeteries 





7.1 

Mhluzi, Phumalong, Avalon & Crossroads / 
Nasaret old & new cemeteries 





7.1.1 

Interment charges 

Person residing in the municipal area 

- Adult (nine years and older) 

170,00 



180,00 


- Children (younger than nine years) 

110,00 



120,00 


Person residing outside the municipal area 

(increased tariff to discourage practice due to 
space constraints) 






- Adult (nine years and older) 

4 900,00 



5 200,00 


- Children (younger than nine years) 

4 900,00 



5 200,00 

7.1.2 

Reservation of grave 

(increased tariff to discourage practice due to 
space constraints) 






Person residing in the municipal area 

- Adult (nine years and older) 

1 930,00 



2 200,00 


Person residing outside the municipal area 

- Adult (nine years and older) 

4 900,00 



5 200,00 

7.1.3 

Fees for the re-opening of the standard size 
grave excluding the afore-mentioned fees 






Persons residing in the municipal area 

- During normal working hours 

180,00 



200,00 


- Outside normal working hours 

1 000,00 



1 100,00 


Persons residing outside the municipal area 

- During normal working hours 

1 300,00 



200,00 


- Outside normal working hours 

1 930,00 



1 100,00 


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7.1.4 

Fees for the changing of the standard size 
grave excluding the afore-mentioned fees 

Persons residing in the municipal area 

- During normal working hours 

- Outside normal working hours 

280,00 

810,00 



300,00 

1 100,00 


Persons residing outside the municipal area 

- During normal working hours 

- Outside normal working hours 

280,00 

810,00 



300,00 

1 100,00 

7.1.5 

Assistance to close a grave after funerals 
(only on request) with mechanical equipment 

260,00 

/request 

/grave 

280,00 

7.2 

Middelburg, Fontein and Voortrekker Street 
cemeteries 





7.2.1 

Interment charges 

Person residing in the municipal area 

Adult (nine years and older) 

- Landscape section (1.8m or 2.4m) 

- Memorial section (1.8m or 2.4m) 

450.00 

636.00 



480.00 

680.00 


Children (younger than nine years) 

- Landscape section 

- Memorial section 

210,00 

360,00 



225.00 

380.00 


Person residing outside the municipal area 

(increased tariff to discourage practice due to 
space constraints) 






Adult (nine years and older) 

- Landscape section (1.8m or 2.4m) 

- Memorial section (1.8m or 2.4m) 

4 900,00 

4 900,00 



5 200,00 

5 200,00 


Children (younger than nine years) 

- Landscape section 

- Memorial section 

4 900,00 

4 900,00 



5 200,00 

5 200,00 

7.2.2 

Reservation of grave 

Person residing in the municipal area 

Adult (nine years and older) 

- Landscape section (1.8m or 2.4m) 

- Memorial section (1.8m or 2.4m) 

2 670,00 

2 670,00 



2 900,00 

2 900,00 


Person residing outside the municipal area 

- Landscape section (1.8m or 2.4m) 

Memorial section (1.8m or 2.4m) 

5 730,00 

5 730,00 



6 100,00 

6 100,00 


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DESCRIPTION 

APPROVED 

2014/2015 

RECOMMENDED 

2015/2016 



R 


R 

7.2.3 

Fees for the re-opening of the standard size 
grave excluding the afore-mentioned fees 

Person residing in the municipal area 

- During normal working hours 

- Outside normal working hours 

320,00 

1 010,00 


340,00 

1 070,00 


Person residing outside the municipal area 

- During normal working hours 

- Outside normal working hours 

1 548,00 

2 790,00 


340,00 

1 070,00 

7.2.4 

Fees for the changing of the standard size 
grave excluding the afore-mentioned fees 

Person residing in the municipal area 

- During normal working hours 

- Outside normal working hours 

280,00 

1 012,00 


300,00 

1 100,00 


Person residing outside the municipal area 

- During normal working hours 

- Outside normal working hours 

280,00 

1 012,00 


300,00 

1 100,00 

7.2.5 

Culturally motivated funerals do not apply, all 
after hour charges applicable 




7.3 

Hendrina/Kwazamokuhle 




7.3.1 

Interment charges 

Person residing in the municipal area 

- Landscape section (1.8m or 2.4m) 

- Memorial section (1.8m or 2.4m) 

220,00 

170,00 


240.00 

180.00 


Children (younger than nine years) 

- Landscape section 

- Memorial section 

110,00 

110,00 


120,00 

120,00 


Person residing outside the municipal area 

(increased to discourage practice due to space 
constraints) 





Adult (nine years and older) 

- Landscape section (1.8m or 2.4m) 

- Memorial section (1.8m or 2.4m) 

4 900,00 

4 900,00 


5 200,00 

5 200,00 


Children (younger than nine years) 

- Landscape section 

- Memorial section 

4 900,00 

4 900,00 


5200,00 

5 200,00 


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DESCRIPTION 

APPROVED 

RECOMMENDED 



2014/2015 



2015/2016 



R 



R 

7.3.2 

Reservation of grave 

Person residing in the municipal area 

- Landscape section (1.8m or 2.4m) 

1 930,00 



2 200,00 


- Memorial section (1.8m or 2.4m) 

1 930,00 



2 200,00 


Person residing outside the municipal area 

(increased to discourage practice due to space 
constraints) 

- Landscape section (1.8m or 2.4m) 

4 900,00 



5 200,00 


- Memorial section (1.8m or 2.4m) 

4 900,00 



5 200,00 

7.3.3 

Fees for the re-opening of the standard size 
grave excluding the afore-mentioned fees 






Person residing in the municipal area 

- During normal working hours 

180,00 



200,00 


- Outside normal working hours 

955,00 



1 100,00 


Person residing outside the municipal area 

- During normal working hours 

1 300,00 



200,00 


- Outside normal working hours 

1 930,00 



1 100,00 

7.3.4 

Fees for the changing of the standard size 
grave excluding the afore-mentioned fees 

Reservation niche in wall of remembrance once 
off placement 

240,00 



300,00 


Person residing in the municipal area 

- During normal working hours 

240,00 



300,00 


- Outside normal working hours 

975,00 



1 100,00 


Person residing outside the municipal area 

- During normal working hours 

240,00 



300,00 


- Outside normal working hours 

975,00 



1 100,00 

7.3.5 

Should a public holiday fall on a Saturday or 
Sunday then after hour fees do not apply 





7.4 

Fees for interment of ashes in all cemeteries 
within the municipal boundaries 

Person residing in the municipal area 

Reservation niche in wall of remembrance once 

230,00 



230,00 


off placement 

Interment ashes in an existing/occupied grave 

230,00 



230,00 


Second placement in niche in wall of 
remembrance 

55,00 



55,00 


Person residing outside the municipal area 

Reservation niche in wall of remembrance once 

3 400,00 



3 400,00 


off placement 

Interment ashes in an existing/occupied grave 

230,00 



230,00 


Second placement in niche in wall of 
remembrance 

230,00 



230,00 


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TARIFFS 

DESCRIPTION 

APPROVED 

2014/2015 

RECOMMENDED 

2015/2016 


R 


R 

Culturally motivated funerals, after normal 
working hours excluded in all cemeteries 
within the municipal boundaries 

additional charges payable for interment after normal 
working hours because the supervision by the 
caretaker is required 

Saturday and after hours 

Person residing in the municipal area 

1 to 4 hours 

680,00 



750,00 

Person residing outside the municipal area 

(increased tariff to discourage practice due to 
space constraints) 

1 to 4 hours 

4 900,00 



5 200,00 

Public holidays and Sundays 





Person residing in the municipal area 

1 to 4 hours 

975,00 



1 050,00 

Person residing outside the municipal area 

(increased to discourage practice due to 
space constraints) 

1 to 4 hours 

4 900,00 



5 200,00 

Application for the erection of a memorial 
work on a grave in the memorial section / 
landscape section in all cemeteries within the 
municipal boundaries 

Memorial work on a grave - adult or child 

Memorial plate on the memorial wall 

90,00 

90,00 



90,00 

90,00 

Should the reservation on a grave be cancelled 

20% admin fee to be deducted from original 
reservation 

All cemeteries within the municipal 
boundaries 

Mass re-interment per grave organization 
exhumation that takes place from within 
municipal boundaries M21/04/2004 (3 or more) 

5 210,00 


5 620,00 

Mass re-interment per grave organization 
exhumation that takes place from outside 
municipal boundaries M21/04/2004 (3 or more) 

not permitted 

Single re-interment per grave organization 
exhumation that takes place from within 
municipal boundaries M21/04/2004 

5 210,00 



5 620,00 

Single re-interment per grave organization 
exhumation that takes place from outside 
municipal boundaries M21/04/2004 

6 900,00 



7 500,00 

Re-interment of relatives into an existing grave 
- Re-interment fees will not apply 






8 . 


7.6 


7.7 


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TARIFFS 

APPROVED 

2014/2015 

RECOMMENDED 

2015/2016 


R 


R 

9. Searching fees 

40,00 


50,00 

10. Nursery 




Selling of surplus plants from the municipal 




nursery to institutions, organizations and general 




public at the beginning and end of each growing 




season 




10.1 4 It plant 

17,00 


20,00 

10.2 10 It tree 

55,00 


70,00 

10.3 20 It tree 

85,00 


100,00 

10.4 40 It tree 

175,00 


275,00 

10.5 4 It shrub 

13,00 


20,00 

10.6 10 It shrub 

55,00 


70,00 

10.7 20 It shrub 

85,00 


100,00 

10.8 40 It shrub 

175,00 


275,00 


Town Planning & Human Settlement 


DESCRIPTION 

TARIFFS 

APPROVED 

2014/2015 

RECOMMENDED 

2015/2016 


R 



R 

1 . Charges for the approval of building plans 





1.1 Minimum fee 

155,00 



165,00 

1 .2 For the first 1 000m 2 of the area 

27,00 

/10m 2 

28,00 

1 .3 For the next 1 000m 2 of the area 

18,00 

/10m 2 

19,00 

1 .4 Additions and alternation to existing building: 





- Minimum fee 

155,00 



165,00 

- 0, 1 % of the estimate value 

17,00 

/ 10m 2 

18,00 

1.5 Structural steelwork, reinforced concrete or 

17,00 



18,00 

structure work 





1.6 Special buildings such as factory, chimneys, 





spires, etc.: 





- Minimum fee 

155,00 



165,00 

- 0, 1 % of the estimate value 

17,00 

/10m 2 

18,00 

1 .7 Perspective drawings and site development plan 

314,00 



328,00 

1 .8 Disconnection of drainage system 

121,00 



130,00 


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DESCRIPTION 

APPROVED 

RECOMMENDED 



2014/2015 



2015/2016 



R 



R 

2. 

Examination of preliminary plans 





2.1 

<1 000m 2 

17,00 

/10m 2 

18,00 

2.2 

<2 000m 2 

15,00 

/10m 2 

16,00 

2.3 

>2 000m 2 

13,00 

/10m 2 

14,00 

2.4 

Minimum fee 

146,00 



155,00 

3. 

Provision of monthly lists of approved plans 

150,00 

/year 

160,00 

4. 

Drainage plan charges 





4.1 

Per 10m 2 of the area of building 

13,00 

/10m 2 

14,00 

4.2 

Minimum fee 

121,00 



130,00 

5. 

Re-inspections 

159,00 

/inspection 

170,00 

6. 

Annual charges for street projections 





6.1 

Application fee 

233,00 

/sign 

245,00 

6.2 

Verandah on Council property: 






- Verandah posts 

35,00 

post/year 

36,00 


- Verandah over street 

8,00 

m 2 /year 

8,00 

6.3 

Annual rent for permanent signs on Council 






property in front of business 

207,00 

m 2 /year 

220,00 

6.4 

Annual rent for signs on Council property 

Entrances of towns or suburbs: 






- Double sided signs 

440,00 

m 2 /year 

460,00 


- Single side signs 

329,00 

m 2 /year 

345,00 

7. 

Application for occupation certificate 

146,00 



155,00 

8. 

Application for the erection on a boundary 
wall, hoarding of fence 





8.1 

Brick wall 

146,00 



155,00 

8.2 

Pre-fabricated concrete wall 

146,00 



155,00 

8.3 

Hoarding offence 

146,00 



155,00 

9. 

Application for the relaxation of a building line 

366,00 



385,00 

10. 

Deposit to clean up a stand after completion 
of building work 





10.1 

Business erf, industrial erf, general residential erf 

1 028,00 



1 075,00 

10.2 

Residential erf 

611,00 



640,00 

10.3 

Additions on any erf 

403,00 



420,00 


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DESCRIPTION 

TARIFFS 

APPROVED 

2014/2015 

RECOMMENDED 

2015/2016 



R 



R 

11. 

Application for subdivision 





11.1 

1-2 newly created portions 

487,00 





11.2 

3-5 newly created portions 

604,00 





11.3 

6-10 newly created portions 

731,00 





11.4 

More than 10 newly created portions 

848,00 





12. 

Consolidation of erven 






12.1 

2 erven/portions 

340,00 





12.2 

3-5 erven/portions 

425,00 





12.3 

6-10 erven/portions 

508,00 





12.4 

More than 10 erven/portions 

593,00 




Replaced 







\ with 

13. 

Zoning certificate 

63,00 




/ SPLUMA 

14. 

Application for consent use 

308,00 





15. 

Application for rezoning 

2 488,00 





16. 

Application for township establishment 

3 468,00 





17. 

Application for the extension of township 

3 658,00 






boundaries 






18. 

Erf entrances 

195,00 

/meter 

) 


19. 

Photocopies (A4) 

4,22 

/copy 

4,40 

20. 

Plan copies 





20.1 

A3 plan of town 

11,00 

/copy 

12,00 

20.2 

Photo copy of building 






A4 

20,00 

/copy 

25,00 


A2 

37,00 

/copy 

40,00 


A10 

50,00 

/copy 

55,00 

20.3 

Street index 

11,00 

/copy 

15,00 

20.4 

Town plan 






1 : 7500 

111,00 

/copy 

115,00 


1 : 5000 

171,00 

/copy 

180,00 


Plastic (Durester) (A) 

50,00 

/copy 

55,00 


(A1 ) 

76,00 

/copy 

80,00 

21. 

Approval of plan for the erection of a sign 

197,00 

/plan/sign 

210,00 


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DESCRIPTION 

APPROVED 

RECOMMENDED 



2014/2015 



2015/2016 



R 



R 

22. Main service contribution fees for duet 





application 





22.1 Application fee 

310,00 



325,00 

23. Map producing 





A4 

Grayscale 

18,00 



20,00 


Coloured 

29,00 



30,00 

A3 

Grayscale 

29,00 



30,00 


Coloured 

46,00 



50,00 

A2 

Grayscale 

58,00 



65,00 


Coloured 

69,00 



75,00 

A1 

Grayscale 

116,00 



120,00 


Coloured 

134,00 



140,00 

AO 

Grayscale 

227,00 



240,00 


Coloured 

244,00 



255,00 

24. Aerial photography Tif imager per tile 

310,00 

/tile 

330,00 

GENERAL 






For the supply of services for which no provision is made 
in these tariffs 

actual cost + admin fee + VAT 


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Note should be taken that with the enactment of the Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act, Act 16 of 
2013, which comes into effect on 1 July 2015, tariffs for handling land use management and land development 
applications must be determined and approved by the municipal council. As a result all the tariffs that are levied in 
terms of the Town Planning and Township Ordinance No. 15 of 1986 have been removed from the above 
schedule and replaced with SPLUMA tariffs below: 


FEES FOR LAND USE APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED IN TERMS OF THE MUNICIPAL SPATIAL PLANNING 
AND LAND USE BY-LAW, 2015 FOR THE 2015/2016 FINANCIAL YEAR 




TARIFFS 


DESCRIPTION 

RECOMMENDED 

2015/2016 

Category 1 

R 

Land Use Development Applications 


1 . 

Establishment of a township 

3 641,00 

2. 

Extension of the boundaries of a township 

3 840,00 

3. 

Amendment of a township establishment application: 



(a) If already approved by the municipality 

3 641,00 


(b) If not already approved by the municipality 

3 641,00 

4. 

Division of township 

3 641,00 

5. 

Phasing/cancellation of approved layout plan 

1 593,00 

6. 

Rezoning: 



(a) One erf 

2 612,00 


(b) Every erf additional to the first erf per erf 

553,00 

7. 

Removal, amendment, suspension of a restrictive or obsolete condition, servitude 
or reservation against the title of the land 

620,00 

8. 

Amendment or cancellation of a general plan of a township 

1 755,00 

9. 

Division of farm land 

3 800,00 

10. 

Subdivision of land: 



(a) For first five erven 

511,00 


(b) Every erf additional to the first five erven 

69,00 

11. 

Consolidation of land 


11.1 

1-2 newly created portions 

357,00 

11.2 

3-5 newly created portions 

446,00 

11.3 

6-10 newly created portions 

533,00 

11.4 

More than 10 newly created portions 

890,00 

12. 

Subdivision and consolidation of land 

511,00 

13. 

Permanent closure of a public place per closure 

531,00 

14. 

Development on communal land 

5 092,00 

15. 

Material amendments to original application prior to approval/refusal 

50% of original 
application fee 


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DESCRIPTION 

RECOMMENDED 



2015/2016 

Category 2 

R 

Land Use Applications 


1 . 

Subdivision and consolidation of land 



(a) For first five erven 

511,00 


(b) Every erf additional to the first erf per erf 

69,00 

2. 

Consent use 

600,00 

3. 

Removal, amendment or suspension of a restrictive title condition relating to the 
density of residential development 

620,00 

4. 

Temporary use - prospecting rights 

1 290,00 

5. 

Temporary use - other rights 

770,00 

6. 

Material amendments to original application prior to approval/refusal 

50% of original 
application fee 

Miscellaneous Fees 


1 . 

Erection of a second dwelling 

600,00 

2. 

Relaxation of height restriction 

1 211,00 

3. 

Relaxation of building line 

366,00 

4. 

Consideration of site development plan 

330,00 

5. 

Extension of validity period of approval 

1 185,00 

6. 

Certificates: 



(a) Zoning certificate per certificate 

66,00 


(b) Any other certificate per certificate 

66,00 

7. 

Public hearing and inspection 

3 481,00 

8. 

Reason for decision of municipal planning tribunal, land development officer or 
appeal authority 

1 769,00 

9. 

Re-issuing of any notice of approval of any application 

257,00 

10. 

Deed search and copy of the title deed 

163,00 

11. 

Public Notice: 



(a) Public notice and advertisements in the legal section of the paper 

1 600,00 


(b) Public notice and advertisements in the body of the paper 

2 868,00 

12. 

Way leave application (application to determine where the Council’s services are 
located or a specific area where new services are to be installed) 

2 509,00 

13. 

Any other application not provided for elsewhere in this schedule of fees 

3 481,00 

Copies 



1 . 

Spatial Development Framework 
(a) Hard copy per region 

174,00 


(b) In electronic format per region 

82,00 


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RECOMMENDED 

2015/2016 



R 

2. 

Copy of Land Use Scheme or Town Planning Scheme (Scheme Book) 

401,00 

3. 

Scheme Regulations per set 

667,00 

4. 

Search fees per erf 

27,00 

5. 

Diagrams per diagram 

27,00 


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PERSONNEL BUDGET 
2015/2016 


SCHEDULE 3 


MUNICIPAL MANAGER 


INTERNAL AUDIT 

1. NEW POSITION 

1.1 Post Title 

Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 
Benefits 
Vote Number 
Motivation 


Senior Internal Auditor 
1 

New 

5 

R302 466 / R31 0 065 / R31 7 853 p.a. 
Standard plus travel allowance (550 km) 

108 

The incumbent will be responsible for one 
discipline provided by Internal Audit, for 
example - assurance, finance, auditing and 
performance. 


CORPORATE SERVICES 


EVENTS & FACILITY MANAGEMENT 


1. NEW POSITIONS 

1.1 Post Title 

Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 

Benefits 

Vote 

Motivation 


Team Leader 
1 

New 

14 

R94 431 / R96 231 / R99 066 / R102 057 / 
R104 241 p.a. 

Standard 

161 

Council is building more thusong centres as 
well as com munity halls and this 
department would li ke to establish a new 
team with this person as the team leader, 
due to the fact that current staff 
complement cannot keep up with t he 
existing demand. 


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Worker Grade 3 
3 

New 
20 

R84 402 p.a. 

Standard 
161 

Council is building more thusong centres as 
well as com munity halls and this 
department would li ke to establish a new 
team with three (3) wo rker grade 3’s and 
one (1) team leader as t he current staff 
complement cannot keep up with t he 
existing demand. 

PROPERTY & VALUATION SERVICES 

PROPERTIES 

1. NEW POSITION 

1.1 Post Title 

Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 
Benefits 
Vote Number 
Motivation 


Admin Officer 
1 

New 

6 

R260 661 / R273 918 / R287 832 p.a. 

Standard 

123 

Assist Chief Admin Officer with alienation of 
properties including site i nspections, 
preparing of reports and rec ommendations 
to Council and drafting of deeds of sales. 


1.2 Post Title 

Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 
Benefits 
Vote 

Motivation 


ADMINISTRATION SERVICES 


1. CONVERSION OF VACANT POST 

1.1 Existing Post 


Post Title 
Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 
Benefits 
Vote 


Records Manager 
1 

1073 

4 

R325 458 / R333 603 p.a. 
Standard 
120 


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Proposed Post 


Post Title 
Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 
Benefits 
Vote 

Motivation 


FINANCIAL SERVICES 


Senior Administrative Officer : Records 
1 

1073 

5 

R302 446 / R310 065 / R317 853 p.a. 
Standard 
120 

To perform the f unction of a re cords 
manager as inform ed by relevant 
legislation. 


1. NEW POSITIONS 

1.1 Post Title 

Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 
Benefits 
Vote 

Motivation 


Buyer 

2 

New 

6 

R260 661 / R273 918 / R287 832 p.a. 

Standard 

230 

To centralize all procurement transactions 
in line with new procurement prescriptions. 


COMMUNITY SERVICES 


CULTURAL SERVICES (LIBRARIES) 


1. NEW POSITION 

1.1 Post Title 

Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 

Benefits 
Vote Number 
Motivation 


Library Assistant Grade 1 
1 

New 

12 

R116 115/R118 047 / R1 22 088 / 

R126 345/R130 809 p.a. 

Standard 

140 

Currently the library at Komati opens twice 
a week. There is a need to open the library 
on all week days. As a result a new 
position is required. 


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ENVIRONMENTAL & SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT 


ENFORCEMENT & COMPLIANCE 

1. NEW POSITION 

1.1 Post Title 

Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 
Benefits 
Vote Number 
Motivation 


WASTE COLLECTION 

1. NEW POSITIONS 

1.1 Post Title 

Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 
Benefits 
Vote Number 
Motivation 


Environmental Coordinator Manager 
1 

New 

4 

R325 458 / R333 603 p.a. 

Standard plus travel allowance (550 km) 

400 

The incumbent will be required to coordinate 
environmental management functions as 
prescribed by the National Environmental 
Management Act, Act 107 of 19 98, that is, 
air quality management, water quality 
management, environmental education, 
compliance and enforcement. 


Worker Grade 3 
6 

New 

20 

R84 402 p.a. 

Standard 

420 

Additional personnel required for servicing 
new areas in Aerorand, Rockdale, Hendrina 
Extension 3 and additional commercial 
centres. 


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PUBLIC SAFETY 


1. CONVERSION OF POSTS 

Existing Post 

Director Public Safety (to be abolished) 

1 

3300 
1 

R461 865 p.a. 

Standard plus t ravel (850 km ) and cell 
phone allowance 
300 


1.1 Post Title 

Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 
Benefits 

Vote Number 


Proposed Post 

Post Title 
Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 
Benefits 

Vote Number 


Deputy Director Licensing 
1 

New 

2 

R396 657 p.a. 

Standard plus t ravel (850 km ) and cell 

phone allowance 

300 


TRAFFIC SERVICES 

1. NEW POSITIONS 

1.1 Post Title 

Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 

Benefits 

Vote 

Motivation 


Traffic Officers 
2 

New 

12/11/10/9 

R1 16 1 15 / R1 18 047 / R122 088 / R126 345 / 
R130 809 p.a. 

Standard 

310 

The Hendrina Traffic Department has only 
four (4) officers which make law 
enforcement difficult especially when others 
are on lea ve. The area and number of 
vehicles has increased tremendously. 


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INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES 


CIVIL ENGINEERING SERVICES 


1. NEW POSITIONS 


Hendrina, Kwaza & Eskom Towns 
Water & Sewer Networks 


1.1 Post Title 

Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 
Benefits 
Vote Number 
Motivation 


Sikhululiwe Village 

1 .2 Post Title 

Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 
Benefits 
Vote Number 
Motivation 


Workers Grade 3 
4 

New 

20 

R84 402 p.a. 

Standard 

566 

Attend to consumer complaints in Hendrina, 
Kwazamokuhle and Eskom towns. The 
maintenance contract for the Eskom towns 
has been cancelled. Staff at Hendrina to 
take over the maintenance in the E skom 
towns. Current contra ct terminated end 
February 2015. The contract cost Council 
more than R40 000,00 per mont h for a 
team to be on standby. Enhance service 
delivery. Attend to water meter complaints 
and the replacement of old water meters. 


Workers Grade 3 
1 

New 

20 

R84 402 p.a. 

Standard 

547 

More than 300 hou ses are occupied at 
Mafube by rel ocated farm dwellers. The 
yield of the borehole is low and a small 
quantity of water needs to be pumped daily. 
It is currently done by a contractor at a high 
travelling cost. 


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Somaphepha Village 


1 .3 Post Title 

Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 
Benefits 
Vote Number 
Motivation 


Workers Grade 3 
1 

New 

20 

R84 402 p.a. 

Standard 

547 

More than 400 stands have been allocated 
to beneficiaries for Somaphepha Village. 
The yield of the borehole is low and a small 
quantity of water needs to be pumped daily. 
It is currently done by a contractor at a high 
travelling cost. 


ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING SERVICES 


PLANNING & BULK CONSUMERS 


1. NEW POSITION 

1.1 Post Title 

Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 
Benefits 

Vote Number 
Motivation 


Engineering Technician - Planning 
1 

New 

5 

R302 466 / R31 0 065 / R31 7 853 p.a. 
Standard plus travel (550 km) and scarcity 
allowance 
700 

The incumbent is ne eded to perform and 
approve designs, planning, project 
management, inspect construction work 
and management of interdepartmental 
projects. To enhance the planning within 
STLM area more emphasis should be put 
on the backlogs from Eskom supply area 
and on private development. Incumbent 
will be compiling specificat ions and in 
charge of the network modelling which is 
the backbone of designing, commissioning, 
operating and safety. Incumbent will also 
be doing load flow studies to check impact 
of the network, managing and implementing 
energy master plan. 


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PHYSICAL & ENVIRONMENTAL DEVELOPMENT 


1. NEW POSITION 

1.1 Post Title 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 

Benefits 
Vote Number 
Motivation 


Clerk Grade 1 (Admin Aid) 

New 

10 

R148 764 / R155 007 / R161 682 / 

R169 077 p.a. 

Standard 

539 

This position is req uested to assist the 
workshop with increasing administration 
work, procurement and rec ord keeping. 
The artisans cannot keep up with the 
increasing administration work at the 
workshop due t o legislation, health and 
safety and procurement. 


CIVIL ENGINEERING SERVICES 


1. NEW POSITION 

1.1 Post Title 

Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 
Benefits 

Vote Number 


Deputy Director Roads & Storm Water 
1 

New 

2 

R461 865 p.a. 

Standard plus t ravel (850 km ) and cell 

phone allowance 

540 


TEMPORARY POSITIONS 


In terms oft he new labour legislation act an emplo yer may not employ temporary 
employees on a contract longer than three (3) months unless justifiable due to the 
nature of the work. 

Temporary employees who are employed for a period longer than three (3) months 
on justifiable grounds are to be tr eated on the whole n ot less favourabl e than 
permanent employees. 

As a result of the financial implications, it is recommended that: 


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(a) The following temporary employee contracts be abolished: 


COMMUNITY SERVICES 

SOLID WASTE REMOVAL SERVICES 

1. TEMPORARY POSITIONS 

1.1 Post Title Street Cleansing 

Number of Posts 52 

Vote Number 425 

Rate R1 50,00 per day 

Period 12 months 


INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES 

PHYSICAL & ENVIRONMENTAL DEVELOPMENT 


1. TEMPORARY POSITIONS 

1.1 Post Title 
Number of Posts 
Vote Number 
Rate 

Period 

1 .2 Post Title 
Number of Posts 
Vote Number 
Rate 

Period 


Parks & Open Spaces (grass cutting) 

50 

533 

R1 50,00 per day 
6 months 

Parks (arbor team) 

5 

533 

R1 50,00 per day 

6 months 


1 .3 Post Title 
Number of Posts 
Vote Number 
Rate 

Period 

1 .4 Post Title 
Number of Posts 
Vote Number 
Rate 

Period 


Parks (poison team) 

5 

533 

R1 50,00 per day 

6 months 

Parks (gardens) 

10 

533 

R1 50,00 per day 
6 months 


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1.5 


Post Title Parks - Hendrina (grass cutting) 

Number of Posts 5 

Vote Number 533 

Rate R1 50,00 per day 

Period 6 months 


(b) The following temporary positions be retained for a maximum period of three 
(3) months per annum only: 

INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES 


CIVIL ENGINEERING SERVICES 


1. TEMPORARY POSITIONS 

1.1 Post Title 
Number of Posts 
Vote Number 
Rate 

Period 

1 .2 Post Title 
Number of Posts 
Vote Number 
Rate 

Period 

1 .3 Post Title 
Number of Posts 
Vote Number 
Rate 

Period 


Boskrans (green drop) 

5 

552 

R1 50,00 per day 

3 months 

Water Works (blue drop) 

4 

571 

R1 50,00 per day 
3 months 

Hendrina Works (green drop) 
3 

553 

R1 50,00 per day 
3 months 


(c) A new salary scale be created on the organogram to accommodate t he 
following seasonal positions: 


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INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES 


PHYSICAL & ENVIRONMENTAL DEVELOPMENT 


1. SEASONAL POSITIONS 

1.1 Post Title 
Number of Posts 
Post ID 

Post Level 
Salary Scale 

Benefits 
Vote Number 

1 .2 Post Title 
Number of Posts 
Post ID 

Vote Number 

Rate 

Period 


Swimming Pool Caretaker (8 months) 

9 

New 

14 

R94 429 / R96 229 / R99 065 / R102 057 / 
R104 242 p.a. 

Standard 

530 

Cemetery (seasonal) 

15 
New 
505 

R1 50,00 per day 
6 months 


1 .3 Post Title 

Number of Posts 

Post ID 

Vote Number 

Rate 

Period 


Sport Facilities 

15 

New 

530 

R1 50,00 per day 
6 months 


1 .4 Post Title 

Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 

Benefits 
Vote Number 


Swimming Pool Ticket Attendant (8 months) 
3 

New 

15 

R86 166 / R86 865 / R89 271 / R91 791 / 
R94 431 p.a. 

Standard 

530 


1 .5 Post Title 

Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 
Benefits 
Vote Number 


Parks & Open Spaces (grass cutting) 

(6 months) 

45 

New 

21 

R67 452 p.a. (linked to minimum wage) 

Standard 

533 


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1 .6 Post Title 

Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 
Benefits 
Vote Number 


Parks (arbor team) (6 months) 

10 

New 

21 

R67 452 p.a. (linked to minimum wage) 

Standard 

533 


1.7 Post Title 

Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 
Benefits 
Vote Number 


Parks (poison team) (6 months) 

10 

New 

21 

R67 452 p.a. (linked to minimum wage) 

Standard 

533 


1 .8 Post Title 

Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 
Benefits 
Vote Number 


Parks (gardens) (6 months) 

10 

New 

21 

R67 452 p.a. (linked to minimum wage) 

Standard 

533 


1 .9 Post Title Parks : Hendrina (grass cutting) (6 months) 

Number of Posts 15 

Post ID New 

Post Level 21 

Salary Scale R67 452 p.a. (linked to minimum wage) 

Benefits Standard 

Vote Number 533 


1.10 Post Title 
Number of Posts 
Post ID 

Vote Number 
Rate 

1.11 Post Title 
Number of Posts 
Post ID 

Vote Number 

Rate 

Period 


Cemetery (6 months) 

15 

New 

505 

R67 452 p.a. 

Sport Facilities (6 months) 

15 

New 

530 

R67 452 p.a. 

6 months 


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FUTURE BUDGETS 

(TO BE INCLUDED ON ORGANOGRAM) 


INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES 

CIVIL ENGINEERING SERVICES 


The Minister of the Department of Water and Sanit ation have in terms of section 
71(1)(a) of the Water Services Act (Act No. 108 of 1997) published a regulation that 
stipulate the minimum class of proc ess controllers per shif t for the supervisor, 
operations and maintenance of water treatment works. To meet the requirements of 
regulation 17 for the blue and green drop c ertification programme the following 
positions must be created on the organogram to be considered when funds become 
available with future budgets. 


1. NEW POSITIONS 

Water & Waste Water Treatment 


Vaalbank Water Works 

1.1 Post Title 

Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 
Benefits 
Vote Number 
Motivation 


(Class B Plant) 

Process Controller Class IV 
3 

New 

8 

R208 500 / R219 099 / R230 253 p.a. 

Standard 

561 


1 .2 Post Title 

Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 

Benefits 
Vote Number 


Process Controller Class O 
1 

New 

12 

R116 115 / R118 047 / R122 088 / 

R126 348 p.a. 

Standard 

561 


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Kruger Dam Water Works 


(Class C Plant) 


1 .3 Post Title 
Number of Posts 
Post ID 

Post Level 
Salary Scale 

Benefits 
Vote Number 

1 .4 Post Title 
Number of Posts 
Post ID 

Post Level 
Salary Scale 
Benefits 
Vote Number 

1 .5 Post Title 
Number of Posts 
Post ID 

Post Level 
Salary Scale 
Benefits 
Vote Number 

Presidentsrus Water Works 

1 .6 Post Title 
Number of Posts 
Post ID 

Post Level 
Salary Scale 

Benefits 
Vote Number 

Boskrans Waste Water Trea 


1.7 Post Title 

Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 
Benefits 
Vote Number 


Process Controller Class III 
3 

New 

9 

R176 811 / R185 205/R194 112/ 
R203 484 p.a. 

Standard 

563 

Process Controller Class II 
1 

New 

10 

R148 764 / R155 007 / R161 682 p.a. 

Standard 

563 

Process Controller Class I 
2 

New 

11 

R130 809 / R135 528 / R140 460 p.a. 

Standard 

563 

(Class D Plant) 

Process Controller Class II 
1 

New 

10 

R148 764 / R155 007 / R161 682 / 
R169 077 p.a. 

Standard 

567 

nt Works (Class B Plant) 

Process Controller Class IV 
3 

Vacant 

8 

R208 500 / R219 099 / R230 253 p.a. 

Standard 

552 


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1.8 


Post Title 
Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 

Benefits 
Vote Number 


Process Controller Class O 
5 

New 

12 

R116 115/R118 047/R122 088/ 
R126 345/R130 809 p.a. 
Standard 
552 


Kwazamokuhle Waste Water Treatment Works 


1 .9 Post Title 

Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 

Benefits 
Vote Number 


Process Controller Class III 
3 

New 

9 

R176 811 / R185 205/R194 112/ 
R203 484 p.a. 

Standard 

553 


1.10 Post Title 

Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 

Benefits 
Vote Number 


Process Controller Class O 
4 

New 

12 

R116 115/R118 047/ R122 088/ 
R126 345/R120 809 p.a. 
Standard 
553 


Komati Waste Water Treatment Works 


(Class C Plant) 


1.11 Post Title 

Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 
Benefits 
Vote Number 


Process Controller Class IV 
2 

New 

8 

R208 500 / R219 099 / R230 253 p.a. 

Standard 

547 


1.12 Post Title Process Controller Class III 

Number of Posts 1 

Post ID New 

Post Level 9 

Salary Scale R176 81 1 / R185 205 / R194 1 12 / 

R203 484 p.a. 

Benefits Standard 

Vote Number 547 


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Blinkpan Waste Water Treatment Works (Class C Plant) 


1.13 Post Title 

Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 

Benefits 
Vote Number 


Process Controller Class III 
3 

Vacant 

9 

R176 811 / R185 205 / R194 112/ 
R203 484 p.a. 

Standard 

547 


Hendrina Waste Water Treatment Plant (Class C Plant) 


1.14 Post Title 

Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 

Benefits 
Vote Number 


Process Controller Class III 
3 

New 

9 

R176 811 / R185 205 /R194 112 / 

R203 484 p.a. 

Standard 

553 


1.15 Post Title 

Number of Posts 
Post ID 
Post Level 
Salary Scale 

Benefits 
Vote Number 


Process Controller Class II 
1 

New 

10 

R148 764 / R155 007 / R161 682 / R169 
077 p.a. 

Standard 

553 


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PART 2 

SUPPORTING 

DOCUMENTS 




PART 2 - SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS 


Part 2 contains information with reference to supporting tables SA1 to SA36. 

1 . OVERVIEW OF THE ANNUAL BUDGET PROCESS 


Section 53 of the MFMA requires the mayor of the municipality to 
provide general political guidance in the budget process and the setting 
of priorities that must guide the preparation of budget. Chapter 2 of the 
Municipal Budget and Reporting Regulations states that the mayor of 
the municipality mus t establish a Budget Steering Committee to 
provide assistance to the mayor in te rms of the responsibilities set out 
in section 53 of the MFMA. 

In terms of section 21 of the MFMA the mayor is required to table in 
Council ten (10) months before the start of the new financial year, that 
is, August 2014 a time schedule that sets out the process to revise the 
IDP and prepare the budget. 

The Executive Mayor tabled in C ouncil the required time schedule 
under item SC21/08/2014. 


The key dates to the process were: 


No. 

Activity 

Key Deadline 

1 . 

Approval of budget preparation timetable 

August 2014 

2. 

Approval of roll-over budget for projects not 
completed on financial year end 30 June 2014 

August 2014 

3. 

Submission to Auditor-General annual financial 
statements for 2014/2015 financial year 

August 2014 

4. 

Prepare budget input documents and issue 
guidelines to departments with timelines on 
preparation of budgets 

September 2014 

5. 

Departmental submissions of draft capital and 
operating plans 

October 2014 

6. 

Consolidate and review draft budgets inputs 

November 2014 

7. 

Commence with process to review budget-related 
policies 

November 2014 

8. 

Conduct mid-year review, and determine need for 
adjustment budget 

December 2014 / 
January 2015 

9. 

Finalize draft budget for 2015/2016 

December 2014 

10. 

Departments confirm capital budget projects 
based on IDP analysis and need and adjust 
accordingly 

January 2015 

11. 

Submit mid-year budget and performance 
assessment report for 2014/2015 financial year 

January 2015 

12. 

Table annual report and audit report for 30 June 

2014 to Council 

January 2015 


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No. 

Activity 

Key Deadline 

13. 

Submit adjustment budget to Council and revise 
SDBIP 

February 2015 

14. 

Finalize draft IDP for 2015/2016 

February 2015 

15. 

Prepare service and delivery budget 
implementation plan for 2015/2016 budget 

February / 
March 2015 

16. 

Finalize draft budget for 2015/2016 and submit to 
Council 

March 2015 

17. 

Advertise and publish draft budget for public 
comments and submit to National and Provincial 
Treasury 

April 2015 

18. 

Engagement with Provincial Treasury and 
community on tabled budget and SDBIP 

April 2015 

19. 

Finalize MFMA section 19 report on cost 
implications of budget 

April 2015 

20. 

Consider inputs / comments for amendments to 
tabled budget 

May 2015 

21. 

Submit final budget to Council for approval 

May 2015 

22. 

Submit approved budget to National and 

Provincial Treasury 

June 2015 

23. 

Submission of draft performance agreements 

June 2015 

24. 

Submission of final SDBIP 

June 2015 

25. 

Publication of SDBIP, performance agreements 
and performance indicators 

July 2015 


The I DP review started in September 2015 after the tabling of the IDP 
process plan and linked to the budget time schedule. The IDP is the 
municipality’s strategy blue print document which guides and informs 
planning and budget. 

Part of the compilation of t he 2015/2016 MTREF, financial modeling 
was undertaken to ensure affordability and long-term financial 
sustainability. The following k ey factors and planning strategies have 
informed the compilation of the 2015/2016 MTREF. 

■ Municipal growth; 

■ Policy priorities and strategic objectives; 

■ Asset infrastructure and maintenance; 

■ Economic climate and trends s uch as inflation, Eskom increases, 
period price levies et cetera; 

■ Performance trends on implem entation of Opex and Capex 
budgets; 

■ The 2014/2015 adjustment budget; 

■ Cash flow management strategy; 

■ Debtor payment levels; 

■ External borrowing and investments analysis; 

■ The need for tariff ability to pay for services; and 


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■ Back to basics approach to improve service delivery. 

The draft 2015/2016 MTREF to be tabled before Council on 31 M arch 
2015, will be published on the municipal website and hand copies will 
be made available to various libraries and municipal offices. 

All documents in the appropriate format (electronic and printed) will be 
provided to National and Provincial Treasury and other stakeholders in 
accordance with section 23 of the MF MA to provide an opportunity for 
them to make inputs. 

Ward committees will be utiliz ed and capacitated t o facilitate the 
community consultation proces s in April 2015, including a Budget 
Indaba. 

In addition E-based consultation will be used to send sms’s to provide 
written feedback or give electr onic feedback on the municipality 
website. 

Submissions will be reviewed during t he public participation process 
and additional information regarding required expenditure as well as 
individual capital projects will be c onsidered before the finaliz ation of 
the 2015/2016 budget. 

These input issues and/or concerns will be submitted with the final 
budget during May 2015. 

OVERVIEW OF ALIGNMENT OF ANNUAL BUDGET WITH IDP 


The integrated development plan is the principle strategic planning 
instrument which guides and informs all planning budgeting, 
management and decision making process in the municipality. The 
IDP: 

■ Links, integrates and co-ordi nates plans taking into account 
proposals for development of the municipality; 

■ Aligns the resources and capaci ty of the municipality with the 
implementation of the plan; 

■ Forms the policy framework and general basis on which annual 
budgets must be based; 

■ Complies with the provisions of the legislation; and 

■ Is compatible with national and pr ovincial development plans and 
planting requirements binding on the municipality. 

The process plan applicable to the final revision cycle indicated the 
following key IDP process and deliverables: 


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■ Registration of community needs; 

■ Compilation of departmental business plans; 

■ Final planning and budgeting process; 

■ Public participation process; 

■ Compilation of SDBIP; and 

■ Review of performance management and monitoring process. 

The aim of this revision cycle wa s to develop and coordinate a 
coherent plan to improve the quality of life for all the people living in the 
area, also reflecting issues of Na tional and Provinci al importance as 
well as the contributions from the mines under their social 
responsibility. 

The Constitution requires from municipalities to relate its management, 
budgeting and planning functi ons to its objectives. This gives c lear 
indication of the intended purpose of municipal integrated development 
plan. Therefore the budget must link to the ID P to enable the 
municipality to conduct its affairs in a manner which is consisten t with 
its IDP. 

In order to ensure integrated and fo cused service delivery between all 
spheres of government it was important to align its budget priorities 
with National and Provincial government. 

The 2015/2016 MTREF has therefor e been informed by the IDP 
revision process. 

The annual budget is linked to the four (4) main strategic goals, whic h 
are: 

■ Creating a municipality which is, through its financial and huma n 
capital together with all other resources, totally focused on the well- 
being of all citizens; 

■ Economic growth and poverty alleviation; 

■ All residents enjoy the best possible level of municipal service; and 

■ Creating a space wit h which a caring society is ec onomically, 
spatially, environmentally and socially integrated and developed. 

The above strategic goals are general ly addressed in terms of the 
municipal priority issues grouped under six (6) key performance areas. 

According to these tables the budget provides as follows for the 
strategic goals in the IDP: 


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Strategic Goal 1 - creating a municipality which is, through its financial and 

human capital, together with al I other resources, totally 
focused on the well-being of all its residents 




Revenue 

R 

Expenditure 

R 

Capital 

R 

KPA A 

Good governance and 
communications 

58 470 229 

119 225 914 

3 354 500 

KPA B 

Municipal transformation and 
organizational development 

672 272 

13 282 142 

12 000 

KPA C 

Financial viability and 
sustainability 

401 503 549 

112 753 385 

605 000 


Sub-Total 

460 646 050 

245 261 441 

3 971 500 


Strategic Goal 2 - economic growth and poverty alleviation 



Revenue 

Expenditure 

Capital 


R 

R 

R 

KPA D Local economic development 

2 000 000 

1 235 970 

1 500 

Sub-Total 

2 000 000 

1 235 970 

1 500 


Strategic Goal 3 - all residents enjoy 
services 

the best poss ible level of municipal 


Revenue 

R 

Expenditure 

R 

Capital 

R 

KPA E Service delivery and 

infrastructure development 




(i) Community facilities 

36 092 148 

151 024 092 

25 284 500 

(ii) Electricity services 

572 682 082 

497 981 881 

64 106 000 

(iii) Water services 

118 332 358 

95 670 761 

33 376 516 

(iv) Sanitation services 

103 873 863 

86 201 087 

31 507 980 

(v) Roads and storm water 

26 469 312 

82 438 664 

52 310 000 

(vi) Environmental and solid 
waste 

105 843 698 

92 872 547 

14 940 764 

Sub-Total 

963 293 461 

1 006 189 032 

221 525 760 


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Strategic Goal 4 - creating space with which a caring society is 

economically, spatially, envir onmentally and soc ially 
integrated and developed 




Revenue 

Expenditure 

Capital 



R 


R 

R 

Spatial and community 
development 





(i) 

Spatial planning and land 
use management 

4 073 097 

13 

936 811 

1 150 000 

(ii) 

Human settlement 

987 220 

13 

393 558 

50 000 

(iii) 

Safety, security, fire and 
emergency 

19 665 597 

88 

914 730 

8 550 000 

(iv) 

Public services - licensing 

24 182 070 

21 

304 937 

- 

(v) 

Cultural services 

95 645 

12 

593 623 

670 000 


Sub-Total 

49 003 629 

150 143 659 

10 870 000 


Total 1474 943 140 1402 830 102 236 367 260 


The 2014/2015 MTREF has been informed by the I DP revision process 
and supporting tables SA4, SA5 and SA6 provide a breakdown of all 
revenue, operating expenditure and c apital expenditure aligned to the 
IDP goals and strategies on a high level. 

3. MEASURABLE PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES AND INDICATORS 


Performance management is a system intended to manage and 
monitor service delivery progress against the identified strategic 
objectives and principles. In accordance with legislative requires and 
good business practices as informed by the National Framework, the 
municipality has developed and implemented a performance 
management system of which the system is constantly refined as the 
process unfolds. 

The municipality’s performance pi an reflects key perform ance 
indicators (KPI's) and targets linked to the IDP. The adopted 
performance management framework encompasses: 


■ Planning 

■ Monitoring 

■ Measurement 

■ Review 

■ Reporting 

■ Improvement 


(setting KPI’s and targets) 

(quarterly monitoring) 

(indicators of success) 

(identifying areas requiring change an d 
improvement) 

(reporting to internal audit and audit 
committee, Council and annual report) 
(changes to improve where necessary) 


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The performance of the municipality re lates directly to the ex tent to 
which it has achieved success in realizing its goals and objectives. 

The performance information concepts used by the municipality in its 
performance management system are aligned to the National Treasury 
performance management framework. 

These concepts and definitions are: 

Impacts What we aim to The developmental Manage towards 

change results of achieving achieving these 

specific outcomes results 

The medium term Manage towards 

results for specific achieving these 

beneficiaries that are results 

the consequences of 
achieving specific 
outputs 

Outputs What we produce or The final products or Plan, budget, 

deliver goods and services implement and 

produced for delivery monitor 

Activities What we do The processes and Plan, budget, 

actions that use a implemented 

range of inputs to and monitor 

produce the desired 
outputs and ultimately 
outcomes 

The resources that Plan, budget, 

contribute to the implement and 

production and monitor 

delivery of outputs 

Supporting table SA7 provides the main measurable performance 
objectives the municipality undertakes to achieve this financial year. 
Refer to IDP/SDBIP for detailed measurable performance indicators. 

Supporting table SA8 prov ides details on the financial indie ators and 
benchmarks for the 2015/2016 medium term revenue and expenditure 
framework (MTREF). 

The indicators in the table are explained as follows: 

(a) Borrowing management 

The ability of the m unicipality to raise additional long-term 
borrowings is largely dependent on its creditworthiness and 
financial position. The munic ipality’s borrowing strategy is 
primarily informed by affordability of debt repayments. 


Inputs What we use to do 
the work 


Outcomes What we wish to 
achieve 


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The structure of the municipality’s liability profile consists of 
annuity loans which are annually redeemed over a period of 
fifteen (15) years. 

■ Capital charges to operating expenditure measures the cost 
of borrowing in relation to operating expend iture and 
assesses the affordability of debt expenditure. 

It can be seen that the ratio wil I steadily increase from 3,4% 
in 2015/2016 to 4,3% in 2017/2 018. This increase is also 
contributed to the raising of loans to supplement the funding 
for the capital programme over the MTREF. 


Capital charges to own revenue measures the municipality’s 
prioritization of resources and indicates the cost required to 
service external interest and redemption versus available 
funds. The ratio steadily incr eases from 3,9% in 2015/2016 
to 4,9% in 2017/2018. This increase is attributed to the 
raising of external loans and because the percentage is 
below the norm of 6% it indica tes that the municipality has 
the capacity to take up additi onal funding to inv est in 
infrastructure projects. 


■ Borrowing funding of own capital expenditure measures the 
degree which own capital expenditure has been funded by 
way of borrowing. T he ratio indicates that the percentage 
remains stable overt he MTREF and range from 56,2% in 
2015/2016 to 58,2% in 2017/2018. 


The municipality’s debt profile informs that the use of amortizing 
loans leads to high debt servici ng cost at the beginning of the 
loan which declines steadily towards the end of the loans term. 


The municipality’s ability to continuously meet its revenue 
targets and its forecasted cash flows will be critical to ensure the 
repayment of debt service costs is met. 


(b) Safety of capital 

■ The gearing ratio measures long-term borrowings over funds 
and reserves. The gearing ratio decreases from 103,5% in 
2015/2016 to 98,3% in 2017/2018. Due to the 
implementation ofGRAP17th e accumulated surplus was 
increased with the fair value of assets. This ratio is therefore 
not seen as a reliable measu re for the affordability of 
additional loans. 


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(c) Liquidity 


■ Current ratio measures the municipality’s ability to pay back 
short-term liabilities (current li abilities). The norm is set to 
2:1 and the ratio should not decrease to be less than 1 
otherwise the municipality will be at risk to finance 
operations. 

For 2015/2016 the current ratio is 2,6 and is projected to 
increase to remain the same until 2017/2018. Even when 
the ratio is risk adjusted for debtor outstanding more than 
ninety (90) days it remains at 2,6. 

■ The liquidity ratio measures the ability of the municip ality to 
utilize cash and cash equivalents to pay its current liabilities 
immediately. The municipa lity has set a limit of 2 and 
anything below 1 indicates shor tage in cash to meet short 
term liability obligations. 

For the 2015/2016 fi nancial year the ratio is 2,1 and 
projected to increase to 2, 2 in 2017/2018. These values 
indicate that the municipality has a safety margin to cover 
the short term liabilities. 

(d) Revenue management 

As part of the munic ipal financial viability plan to ensure the 
municipality remains sust ainable, revenue management and 
debt collection is critical. 

Through continuous strict credit control measures, the payment 
rate is maintained above 98% for t he past ten (10) years. It is 
expected that the payment ra te may become under pressure 
considering the possible closure of mines. To limit the potential 
risk for the municipality, the credit control debt collection policy 
is amended to allow for more intensive external debt collection. 

■ Annual debtors’ collection rate (payment levels) ratio 
indicates the municipality’s projected collection rate, debtor 
level of payments as a percent age of revenue billed. It is 
projected that the collection ra te over the medium term will 
remain above 98%. 

■ Outstanding debtors’ to revenue measures the percentage of 
debtors not collected from annual billed revenue. The higher 
the percentage, the more billed revenue is likely to remain 
uncollected for the period. 


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The ratio for outstanding debtors to revenue is 6,4% which is 
within the norm of 5,7%. This is an indication that current 
debt is mostly collected within thirty (30) days and is in line 
with the payment rate levels. 

(e) Creditors management 

The municipality has managed to ensure that creditors are 

settled within the le gislated thirty (30) days of s tatement. 

Considering the liquidity ratio, sufficient cash will be available to 

maintain this legal obligation. 

(f) Other indicators 

■ Electricity distribution losses indicate the percentage loss of 
potential revenue through the sa le of electricity when 
compared to units of electricity purchased. 

The electricity distribution losses have increased from 6,79% 
to 9,4% for the financial year ending 30 June 2015. 

It is expected that electricity distribution losses will remain 
below 10%. The municipalit y has als o embarked on a 
process to audit and verify all electricity meters. This 
includes prepaid as well as conventional meters. 

■ Water distribution losses measure the percentage loss of 
potential revenue for water through kiloliters of water 
purchased and extracted from Middelburg Dam. 

The water distribution losses ha ve increased from 22,2% to 
27,5% for the financial year ending 30 June 2015, due to a 
high amount of pipe bursts experienced, especially in Mhluzi, 
due to ageing infrastructure. 

It is expected that the water di stribution losses will be under 
pressure for the medium term. The capital budget pr ovides 
for increased capital expendit ure to replace and upgrade 
ageing water infrastructure. 

■ Employee cost and remuneration as a percentage of 
revenue (excluding capital reven ue) remains stable over the 
MTREF at 28%. 

■ Repairs and maintenance as percentage of revenue 
(excluding capital revenue) needs to be increased steadily to 
an appropriate level of 8% to ensure mun icipal assets are 
maintained. 


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The current ratio is averaging at 5,4%. It should however be 
noted that this percentage onl y represents materials and 
should labour be added it will be much higher. 

■ Finance charges and depreciation as percentage of revenue 
is largely influenced by borrowings and interest rate levels. 
The average ratio over the MTREF is 13,8%. 

(g) I DP regulation financial viability indicators 

In terms of the Local Govern ment Municipal Planning and 
Performance Management Regulation, 2001, the following three 
(3) key performance indicators must be in the municipa I 

performance management plan to express financial viability: 

■ Debt coverage measures the number of times debt 
payments are covered by op erating revenue (excluding 
grants) and indicates the ease with which debt payments can 
be accommodated within a period. The coverage ratio is 
28,5 in 2015/2016 and is expected to increase to 30 times in 
2017/2018. 

■ Outstanding service debtors’ to revenue ratio is an indication 
what percentage of revenue is outstanding owing by s ervice 
debtors. This measur es the mu nicipality’s effectiveness of 
its credit control and debt collec tion policy. The lower the 
ratio, the more effective is the municipal revenue 
management. The ratio is 7,9% for 2015/2016 and projected 
to move to 7% in 2017/2018. 

■ Cost coverage measures the ab ility to meet at least its 
monthly fixed operating commitm ents from cash reserves if 
no revenue is collect ed during that month. The higher the 
ratio, the higher is t he municipality’s safety net to provide 
services and minimize the risk of insufficient cash to fund 
operations. 

The ratio informs that the m unicipality will have s ufficient 
cash for 8 months to fund operations. 

(h) Basic social services package for indigent households (FBS) 

The social package assists resident s that have difficulty paying 
for services and are registered as indige nt households in terms 
of the indigent polic y. With the exception of water only 
registered indigents qualify for the free basic services. 

For the 2015/2016 financial year ± 17 800 registered indigents 
have been provided for in the budget. 


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In terms of Council’s indig ent policy registered indig ent 
households are entitled to: 

■ 50 kWh of free electricity at a cost of R40.50 per hous ehold 
per month. 

■ 1 0 kl free water at a cost of R7 1 ,00 per household per 

month. 

■ Free sewerage service at a cost of R84.30 per household per 
month. 

■ Free refuse removal service at a cost of R1 09,40 per 
household per month. 

■ A full rebate on property rates at an average cost of R1 18,75 
per household per month. 

■ A full rebate on a reported water leakage once per annum 
limited to a maximum period of three (3) months 
consumption at an av erage cost of R3 180,00 per reported 
incident. 

The average rand value per ho usehold per month amounts to 
R423,95. 

Further detail relating to the number of households and the cost 
of free basic services is contained in table A10. 

It should be noted that the number of households in informal 
areas that receive free bas ic services through stand pipes and 
boreholes are not taken into account in the table above. 

PROVIDING CLEAN WATER AND MANAGING WASTE WATER 


The municipality is the water servic e authority (WSA) in terms of the 
Water Services Act, 1977 and acts as the water service provider (WSP) 
for the following water systems: 


- Middelburg / Mhluzi 

- Hendrina / Kwazamokuhle 

- Presidentsrus 

- Doornkop 1 & 2 (borehole system) 

- Bankfontein : Somapepa Village 

- Mafube : Sikhululine Village 


(water & waste water) 
(water & waste water) 
(water) 

(water) 

(water) 

(water) 


The following water service prov iders have been appointed to provide 
water on behalf of the municipality: 


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Eskom Hendrina Power Station for 
Pullenshope 

(water) 

Eskom Arnot Power Station for 

Rietkuil 

(water) 

Eskom Komati Power Station for 

Komati 

(water) 

Kranspoort Occupants Association 

(water) 

Forever Resort Loskop Dam 

(water) 

Middelburg Mines 

(water) 


The Department of Water Affair s conducts an annual performance 
rating of water treatment works, pr esenting a blue drop or green drop 
award respectively to provide por table water treatment works and 
waste water treatment works that meet certain criteria of excellence. 

The municipality received five (5) bl ue drops in 2012 which is 98% of 
the municipal water systems. 

With regard to waste water services the municipalit y is the service 
authority for the entire municipal area. Waste water is collected 
through a system of sewer pump stat ions and four main waste water 
treatment plants (WWTP). 

No green drop statuses were received. 

The following are some challenges facing the municipality on water and 
waste water provision: 

■ The infrastructure at the waste water treatment plants is old and 
insufficient to treat the increased volume of waste water. 

■ Shortage of skilled staff makes proper operations and maintenance 
difficult. 

■ Lack of long term planning and resour ces makes it difficult to meet 
the required standards. 

■ Insufficient raw water sources to meet future demand. 

■ Increased water interruptions due to ageing water pipes. 

The following programmes/plans will be implemented over the next five 
(5) years to address the challenges: 

■ Upgrade and extension of Vaalbank Water Treatment Plant to meet 
filter capacity problems. 

■ Upgrade and extension of Boskrans to meet the required standard 
on the final effluent. 


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■ Replacement of old water pipes to reduce water interruptions and 
losses. 

■ Master planning for water and waste water systems. 

■ Pressure management of water distribution zones. 

■ Meter management and replacement plan. 

■ Refurbishment of plant and equipment at WWTP. 

The estimated cost to address these challenges over the next five (5) 
years amounts to R664, 5-million. 

OVERVIEW OF BUDGET-RELATED POLICIES 


The municipality’s budgeting process is guided and gazette by relevant 
legislation, frameworks, strategies and related policies. The purpose of 
budget-related and financial policies is to provide a sound environment 
to manage the financial actions of the municipality with relevant 
legislator frameworks. 

The previous year’s adopted polic ies were reviewed as part of the 
budget compilation process and will be approved by Counc il in May 
2015. 

The following are key budget relating policies: 

■ Accounting policy - the policy pr escribes the basis of presentation 
of the annual financia I statements in accordance with the General 
Recognized Accounting Practices and Accounting Standards. 

■ Asset management policy - the obj ective of the policy is to 
prescribe the accounting and administrative procedures relating to 
property, plant and equipment (assets). 

■ Blacklisting policy - to ensure an acceptable standard of goods and 
services and to develop uniform cr iteria for barring individuals 
and/or businesses who engage in corrupt and/or fraudulent 
activities. 

■ Borrowing policy -this policy enabl es the municipality to exercise 
their obligation to ensure sufficient cash resources to implement the 
capital programme in the most cost-effective manner. 

■ Budget policy - this policy s ets out the principles which must be 
followed in preparing a medium term revenue and expenditure 
framework budget. It further ensu res that the budget reflects the 
strategic outcomes embodied in the I DP and relat ed strategic 
policies. 


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Credit control and debt collection policy - a policy required in terms 
of section 96 of the Municipal Systems Act, 32 of 2000 - to provide 
for credit and debt collection pr ocedures and mechanisms to 
ensure that all consumers pay for the services that are supplied. 

Free basic services and indigent support policy - to provide access 
to and regulate free basic services to all indigent households. 

Funding and reserves policy - this policy is compiled according to 
section 8 of the Budget and R eporting Regulations and sets 
guidelines to ensure that the muni cipality is financially viable over 
the short- and long-term whilst ensuring sufficient funding to 
achieve its objectives through the implementation of the operating 
and capital budgets. 

Impairment of debtors and write-off policy - to ensure that all long 
outstanding debt is evaluated and debtors are not overstated in the 
year-end statements. The policy aims to set down principles for the 
writing off of bad debts. 

Investment policy - this policy was compiled in accordance with the 
Municipal Investment Regulation R308 and ensures that cash 
resources are managed in the most efficient and effective manner 
possible. 

Petty cash policy - this policy gove rns the issuing of petty cash in 
terms of the supply chain man agement policy and t he effective 
utilization of petty cash according to authorized processes only. 

Property rates policy - a policy r equired by the Municipal Property 
Rates Act, 6 of 2004. This policy provides the framework for the 
determining of rates. It further ensures certainty and clarity as to 
amounts payable in respect of property rates. 

Short term risks and liabilities poli cy - the objective of the policy is 
to ensure the safeguarding of Council’s assets and to protect 
Council against public liabilities. 

Supply chain management policy - this policy is developed in terms 
of section 1 1 1 of the Municipa I Finance Manageme nt Act, 56 of 
2003. The principles of this poli cy is to give effect to a fair, 
equitable, transparent, competitive and cost-effective system for the 
procuring of goods and services, disposing of goods and selecting 
of contractors in the provision of municipal services. 

Tariff policy - the policy prescri bes the procedures for calculating 
tariffs. This policy is required in terms of section 74 of the Local 
Government Municipal Systems Act, 22 of 2000. 

Travelling and subs istence policy -this policy regulates the 
reimbursement of travelling and s ubsistence cost to officials and 
councillors undertaking official visits. 


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■ Unclaimed monies policy - this po licy is to provide a framework on 
how to deal with unknown and unclai med monies in t he municipal 
primary bank account. 

■ Methodology for the impairment of receivables policy - the purpose 
of this policy is to set out the methodology and work procedures for 
the impairment of receivables in line with the applic able accounting 
standards. 

■ Methodology for the i mpairment and assessment of useful lives of 
assets policy - the purpose of this policy is to standardize t he 
methodology to be followed for the impairment and useful lives of 
assets in line with the accounting standards. 

■ Methodology for the classification and recognition of land policy - 
the purpose of the policy to set out the methodology to classified 
and measured land in line with the applicable accounting standards. 

These policies are open for inspecti on and are available on the official 

website www.stevetshwetelm.qov.za./finance/budqet related policies 

2015/2016 or can be requested at the offi ce of the Executive Director 

Financial Services. 

All new policies and a summary of amendments to existing policies are 

included under part 4 of the document. 

These policies are: 

(a) Amended existing policies 

■ Credit control and debt collection policy 

■ Free basic services and indigent support policy 

■ Property rates policy 

■ Supply chain management policy 

■ Tariff policy 

■ Travelling and subsistence policy 

■ Impairment of debtor and write-off policy 

(b) Unchanged policies 

■ Budget policy 

■ Asset management policy 

■ Blacklisting policy 

■ Borrowing policy 

■ Funding and reserves policy 

■ Investment and surplus funds policy 

■ Short term risks and liabilities policy 

■ Petty cash policy 


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(c) New policies 


■ Methodology for the impairment of receivable policy 

■ Methodology for the impairment and assessment of useful life of 
assets policy 

■ Methodology for the classification and recognition of land policy 

It is recommended that the abov e unchanged, amended and new 
policies be approved and adopted for implementation from 1 July 2015. 

OVERVIEW OF BUDGET ASSUMPTIONS 


The 2015 budget review informs that the global economic outlook has 
weakened and the pattern of slow grow th will remain over the medium 
term. The National Treasury predict s a GDP growth of 2% in 2015 
rising to 3% by 2017. 

The slowdown in economic growth has highlighted structural 
constraints in the domestic economy. It i s with this background that 
the budget policy framework for the next three (3) years is designed to 
manage risk in a constrained fisca I environment while building a 
foundation for economic growth which is supported by the 
implementation of the National Development Plan (NDP). 

These fiscal constraints resulted that the transfers to municipalities will 
grow more slowly in the period ahead than they have in the past. 

As a result municipalities will have to renew their focus on core service 
delivery functions and reduce c osts without adversely affecting bas ic 
services. 

The state of the economy has an adver se effect on the consumers. 
Therefore revenues and cash flow are expected to remain under 
pressure considering the potential closure of coal mines in the 
municipal area. 

The preparation of the 2015/2016 budg et was compiled considering 
the current economic indie ators, increased demand for bulk 
infrastructure, replacement and upgr ade of ageing infrastructure and 
the continuation of current and improved service delivery standards. 

The five (5) key factors that have been taken into account are: 

■ National government macro-economic targets; 

■ The general inflationary outlook and the impact on the municipality 
communities; 

■ The impact of municipal cost drivers; 


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The increase in prices for bulk water and electricity; and 
The increase cost of remuneration. 


The economic projected indicators used as basis of the budget are 
reflected in the table below: 


Economic Indicators 

Basis of Projection 

2015/2016 

2016/2017 

2017/2018 

Projected CPI 

MFMA Circular 75 

5% 

6% 

6% 

Prime interest rate 

Current prime rate 

9,25% 

9,5% 

10% 

Economic growth 
(GDP) 

MFMA Circular 75 

2% 

2,6% 

3% 

Bulk electricity 
purchases 

MFMA Circular 75 

14,2% 

14,5% 

14,5% 

Employment related 
cost 

CPI + 1 % 

CPI + 1 ,5% 

CPI + 2% 

7% 

7,5% 

8% 


Interest rates for borrowing and investment of funds 


The MFMA specifie s that borrowing ma y only be utilized to fund 
capital. The municipality has engaged financial institutions through a 
tender process to minimize its inte rest rate risks by providing fixed 
rates for amortization loans. As part of the budget process the take up 
of loans over the long term will be structured to have the least impact. 

Interest received thr ough the inve stments of funds was calculated 
according to the cash flow forecasts at prime rate less 4% considering 
the risk profile of the municipality and markets. The municipality mostly 
invests surplus funds over the short term up to six (6) months. 

Collection rate for revenue services 


The base assumption is that tari ff and rates will incr ease at a rate 
higher than CPI. It is assumed that the current economic conditions 
and relatively controlled inflationary conditions will continue with a 
possible repo rate increase over the medium term. 

The rate of revenue collection is currently at 98% and above based on 
annual billings. Cas h flow collect ion is projected to become under 
pressure over the next eighteen (18) months considering the current 
economic outlook. 

Growth in tax base of municipality and services 

Debtors revenue is assumed to increase at a rate that is influenced by 
the consumer debtors collection rate , growth rate of the munic ipality 
and the average rate of tariff increases. 


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The main revenue source increases are: 


Growth in consumption 

Basis of 
projections 

2015/2016 



Property rates 

Electricity 

Waste management 

Waste water management 

Water 

Actual 

trends 

1 ,5% 

0% 

1% 

1% 

0,5% 



Tariff increases 


2015/2016 

2016/2017 2 

017/2018 

Property rates 

Cost 

6,6% 

4,9% 

3,25% 

Electricity 

NERSA 

12,2% 

12,6% 12, 

5% 

Waste management 

Cost 

11,85% 

6,5% 

7% 

Waste water management 

Cost 

5% 

9,65% 

8,9% 

Water 

Cost & 
Eskom 

17,75% 

11,2% 

10,9% 

Total revenue increases 





Property rates 


8% 

4,9% 

3,25% 

Electricity 


11% 

12,66% 

12,51% 

Waste management 

Calculated 

12,75% 

6,5% 

7% 

Waste water management 


6% 

9,65% 

8,9% 

Water 


18,5% 

11,2% 10, 

9% 


OVERVIEW OF BUDGET FUNDING 


Tariff setting plays a c ritical role to ensure service delivery needs are 
met and ensuring affordable levels of revenue. 

For the budget to break even additi onal revenue by means of tariff 
adjustments of R94, 6-million ha d to be sought. The proposed tariff 
increases for the 2015/2016 financial year on the different revenue 
categories are: 

Additional 

% revenue % 

increase generated surplus 

R 


(a) 

an average increase in assessment rates 

of 

6,6% 

20,8-million 

0,12% 

(b) 

an average increase in the sewerage 

of 

5% 

3,2-million 

4,5% 

(c) 

an average increase in the refuse 

of 

11,85% 

8,2-million 

0,11% 

(d) 

an average increase in the electricity 

of 

12,2% 

50-million 

8,2% 

(e) 

an average increase in the water 

of 

17,75% 

12,3-million 

2% 


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A comparison on the imposing of ta riffs for the 2015/2016 financial 
year is included under Schedule 1 whilst the proposed tariffs for sundry 
services are included under Schedule 2. 

Revenue to be gene rated from property rates is R3 01,3-million and 
increases to R326, 3-million by 2017/2018 which represents 20% of the 
operating revenue base of the municipality. 

Service charges constitute 53% and are the biggest component of the 
revenue base totaling R766, 8-million for the 2015/2 016 financial year 
and increase to R954, 2-million by 2017/2018. 

Operational grants a nd subsidies amount to R126, 3-million, R141,5- 
million and R1 60,8-million for each of the respective financial years of 
the MTREF and represent 9% of operating revenue. 

Investment revenue contributes marg inally to the revenue base with a 
budget allocation of R21 ,3-million wh ich increases to R23, 2-million 
over the MTREF and constitute only about 1,4% of operating revenue. 

Investment particulars are reflec ted in supporting tables SA1 5 and 
SA16 and the projected investm ents at the end of the 2015/2016 
financial year is R557-million. 

Capital sources of funding 

The proposed capital expenditure for the next three (3) years equals 
R708, 6-million. 

Borrowing still remain s a significant funding source for the capital 
programme over the MTREF, cons idering the constraints with the 
municipal internal resources. 

Borrowing constitutes an average over the MTREF period of 44,4% of 
the total funding sources, totaling R31 3,7-million. 

Supporting table SA17 provides details of existing and new proposed 
borrowings to be raised over the 2015/2016 MTREF financ ial year. It 
is anticipated to tak e up a n ew external loan of R35 0-million to 
supplement the capital program me. This will increase the long-term 
liabilities from R276, 5-million to R450,1 -million in 2017/2018. 

Internally generated funds constitute 32% of the total capital 
programme. Internally generated funds contribute R227, 2-million over 
the MTREF. 

Capital grants and receipts equates between 23,6% of the total funding 
sources over the MTREF and amounts to R1 67,7-million. 


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Supporting table SA18 and SA19 prov ides details on capital transfers 
and receipts and expenditure on gr ant programmes. The municipal 
infrastructure grant (MIG) remains the main capital grant received. 

Funding compliance measurement 

Cash flow management is a critical st ep in determining if the budget is 
funded over the medium term. Nati onal Treasury requires that the 
financial sustainability of the municipa lity is asse ssed to e nsure 
financial viability. Supporting table SA10 essentially measures the 
degree to which the proposed bud get complies with the funding 
requirements of the MFMA. 

(a) “Cash/cash equivalents ” - this is part of the budget c ash flow 
statement, table A7. A positive cash pos ition of R72, 8-million, 
R75, 2-million and R8 1,5-million are projected for each year of 
the MTREF. 

(b) “Cash plus investments less application of funds ” -this 
measures how the municipality has applied the available cas h 
and investments. The detail rec onciliation of the cash backed 
reserves and surpluses are contained in table A8. For 
2015/2016 the cash balance amounts to R21 6,6-million. 

(c) “Monthly average payments covered by cash and cash 
equivalents" - the municipality aims to achieve at least one 
month’s cash coverage in the m edium term. The indicator is 
less than one (1 ) and remains at 0,8% over the MTREF which 
indicates that cash resources are under pressure. 

(d) “Surplus/deficit excluding depreciation offsets ” - the main 
purpose of this measure is to assess if the community is making 
a sufficient contribution towards the economic benefits they are 
consuming over the medium term. The deficit increases from 
R66, 5-million in the 2015/2016 financial year to R92, 3-million in 
2017/2018. 

(e) “Service charges as a percentage increase” - this measurement 
is based on increase in revenue whic h include the r eal growth 
assumption. From the table it can be seen that the percentage 
revenue growth totals are 4,6%, 3,7% and 3,3% for each of the 
respective financial years. 

(f) “Cash receipts as a percentage of revenue ” - this factor 
basically measures the rate of funds collected. It can be seen 
that the outcome is stable at 99%. 


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(g) “Debt impairment as percentage of revenue" - the ratio 
measures whether the provision for debt impairment is being 
adequately funded t o offset the und er collection of billed 
revenues. The provision has b een appropriated at 1 ,6% over 
the MTREF. This provision is linked to the municipality ’s 
collection ability of 99%. 

(h) “Borrowing as a percentage of capital expenditure" -this 
determines the proportion of ow n funded capital expenditure 
that is being funded from borrowed funds to confirm MFMA 
compliance. Borrowing equates to 56,2%, 59,5% and 58,2% of 
own funded capital. 

(i) “Repairs and maintenance expenditure level ” - indicates the 
percentage of committed asset r epairs to property, plant and 
equipment. Asset management and repairs and maintenance 
are contained in s upporting table SA34C. Repair and 
maintenance equates 1,2% and steadily increases to 1,3%. 

Although this percentage is far less than prescribed it is mainly 
the result of the implementat ion ofGRAP 17 where t he asset 
values were increased significantly. 

(j) “Asset renewal/rehabilitation expenditure level" - the objective 
of this measure is to understand the proportion of budgets being 
provided for new assets and asset sustainability. Asset renewal 
constitutes 42,1%, 49,4% and 31,5% of capital expenditure. 

Cash-backed reserves / accumulated surplus reconciliation 

Table A8 meets the requirements of MFMA Circular 42 which deals 
with the funding of a m unicipal budget in acco rdance with section 18 
and 19 of the MFMA. 

The table seeks to answer three (3) key questions regarding the use 
and availability of cash: 

■ What are the predicted cash and investments available at the end 
of the budget year? 

■ How are these funds used? 

■ What is the net fund available or funding shortfall? 

A surplus would indicate the cash-backed accumulated surplus that is 
available in terms of section 18 of the MFMA whic h states that the 
municipal budget must be funded. 


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8 . EXPENDITURE ON ALLOCATIONS AND GRANT PROGRAMMES 

All national allocations to local govemm ent are publis hed in the 
Division of Revenue Bill, 2014, per m unicipality for the next three (3) 
years, whilst provincial allocations form part of the provincial budgets. 

Supporting tables SA1 8, SA1 9 and SA20 provide details of planned 
expenditure against each allocation and grant received. The following 
grants have been allocated to the municipality: 



2015/2016 

R 

2016/2017 2( 

R F 

117/2018 

? 

Equitable Share 

(this grant is an unconditional grant 
and is partially utilized for the provision 
of free basic services through Councils 
indigent support and free basic 
services policy) 

120 595 000 

137 600 000 

156 765 000 

Finance Management Grant 

(this grant promotes and supports 
reform to financial management on the 
implementation of the MFMA and the 
new accounting standards) 

1 650 000 

1 625 000 

1 700 000 

Integrated National Electricity 
Programme Grant 

(this grant addresses the electrification 
backlog of permanently occupied 
residential dwellings, the installation of 
bulk infrastructure and rehabilitation of 
electrification infrastructure) 

15 400 000 

4 000 000 

3 000 000 

Municipal Infrastructure Grant 

(to supplement the capital budget to 
eradicate backlogs in municipal infra- 
structure in providing basic services for 
the benefit of poor households) 

48 094 000 

49 953 000 

52 741 000 

Municipal Systems Improvement 

Grant 

(to assist municipalities in build ing in- 
house capacity to perform their 
functions and stabilise institutional and 
government systems with focus are as 
on financial viability, performa nee 
agreements, property ra tes and ward 
committee system) 

940 000 

957 000 

1 033 000 


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Expanded Public Works Programme 


Total 


9. ALLOCATIONS OR GRANTS MADE BY THE MUNICIPALITY 

Supporting table SA21 provides detail on provisions made by Council 
to other organisations in terms oft he conditions of the grants-in-aid 
policy and specific Council resolutions. This includes the provision for 
free basic services and rebates and/or exemptions in terms of the 
Property Rates Act. 

The total amount granted to other or ganisations or bodies outside any 
sphere of government amounts to R1 ,8-million for the 2015 /2016 

financial year. The provision for free basic services to indigent 
households amounts to R65, 8-million, R72, 7-million and R77, 4-million 
for the respective financial years. 

10. COUNCILLORS ALLOWANCES AND EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

Supporting table SA22, SA23 and SA24 provides the proposed cost to 
salaries, allowances and benefits, as well as personnel numbers for: 

■ councillors of the municipality 

■ municipal manager and senior managers 

■ other municipal staff 

Employee-related cost amounts to R385, 6-million and cou ncillor 
remuneration totaling R1 9,7-million for the 2015/2016 financial year. 
Twenty five (25) new personnel posts are created for the 2015/2016 
financial year at a p ro-rata cost to company of R3, 2 -million. These 
posts are attached as Schedule 3. 

11. MONTHLY TARGETS FOR REVENUE. EXPENDITURE AND CASH 
FLOW 


2015/2016 

R 

2016/2017 2( 

R F 

117/2018 

1 583 000 



188 796 000 

194 735 000 

215 839 000 


Supporting table SA25 and SA27 di sclose the monthly targets for 
operating revenue by source, operating expenditure by type as well as 
a consolidated projection of revenue and expenditure by vote, whilst 
supporting table SA29 prov ides monthly projections for capital 
expenditure by vote. 

All these schedules have been in eluded in the annual budget and 
SDBIP’s for each internal depart ment which is included in the annual 
budget document under Part 3. 


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The SDBIP further includes the deta iled capital budget by programme 
and shows each capital project associated within the programme and 
indicates the planning for each project. 

Supporting table SA30 provides a c onsolidated projection of cash flow 
for the budget setting out receipts by source and payments by type, 
both operating and capital broken dow n per month for the budget year 
and also shown in total the following two (2) years. 

The final SDBIP will be submitted for consideration no later than 
fourteen (14) days after approval of the annual budget. 

12. CONTRACTS HAVING FUTURE BUDGETARY IMPLICATIONS 


There are three (3) long term contra cts which will impose financial 
obligations beyond three (3) years. The contracts are for insurance, 
new vending system and commission pa yable to prepaid electricity 
outlets with the estimated contract value of R50, 9-million. 

13. CAPITAL EXPENDITURE DETAILS 


Supporting table SA34 discloses c apital expenditure by asset class 
and table SA36 prov ides a list of capital programmes and projects 
aligned to the goals of the integrated dev elopment plan. See also 
supporting table SA6 for reconciliation with IDP strategic objectives. 

From these tables it can be seen that 76% of capital expenditure is 
allocated for infrastructure devel opment and service deliv ery, 6% on 
community and 18% on other assets such as vehicles, plant and 
equipment, building et cetera. 

Capital expenditure on new infrastr uctural assets equates to 57,4% of 
the capital programme whilst 42,6% is bein g utilized for renewals and 
upgrading of existing assets. 

The capital projects planned for the next three (3) years are contained 
in SA36 and SA37 of which the critical projects are: 


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Replace three (3) rear-end loading refuse 
compactors 

New fire engine 

1 ,5 km of roads Aeorand West 

Construct four (4) slipways Mandela & 

Dr. Beyers Naude Streets 

Roads reseal programme 

Boskrans (second phase to increase capacity) 

New water pipeline from Middelburg Mine 

Nasaret substation (completion) 

Replace faulty cables (Aerorand) 

Electrification Newtown (420 stands) 

Electrification Rockdale (531 stands) 

Roads low income areas (Mhluzi, Newtown, 
Rockdale) 

New sewerage network (Newtown including 
pump station) 

New water network (Newtown) 

New water network Kwazamokuhle X9 
High mast (low income areas) 

Extension of Middelburg landfill site 
Electrification Kwazamokuhle X8 
New intake firm supply Hendrina 
Rondebosch HT links and cable 

Total 


2015/2016 

R 

2016/2017 2C 
R F 

ro 

o 

00 

6 500 000 

5 000 000 

5 200 000 

3 200 000 



8 000 000 

12 500 000 

10 000 000 

6 500 000 

3 000 000 

3 000 000 

8 400 000 

8 500 000 

9 000 000 

20 000 000 

39 000 000 

15 000 000 

5 000 000 

5 000 000 

10 000 000 

9 000 000 



3 000 000 

2 000 000 

3 000 000 

5 340 000 

2 000 000 

1 500 000 

19 936 000 



14 000 000 

16 101 699 

24 631 360 

3 307 400 

3 307 294 


3 097 200 

5 545 857 


6 500 000 

8 000 000 

6 500 000 

3 000 000 


1 200 000 

4 912 704 

3 000 000 

3 000 000 


4 000 000 

3 000 000 


2 000 000 

7 500 000 


9 500 000 

3 500 000 

129 693 304 

128 454 850 

106 031 360 


These projects constitute 52% of total capital expenditure planned over 
the MTREF. The implementation of these projects must be fast 
tracked and progress monitored monthly. 

14. LEGISLATORY COMPLIANCE STATUS 


The municipality is fully committed to promote and seek to implement 
the basic values and principles of public administration described as 
per section 1 95(1 ) of the Constitution. 

Compliance with the MFMA i mplementation has been substantially 
adhered to through the following activities: 


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(a) In-year reporting as prescri bed in the Municipal Budget and 
Reporting Regulation were co mpiled with according to the 
prescribed formats. 

(b) The budget and treasury offi ce have been established in 
accordance with the MFMA. 

(c) A district audit committee has been establis hed and is fully 
functional. 

In achieving this commitment the municipality is p resently in full 
compliance with the stipulations of the following legislation, the 
principles as per circulars issued in line with the legi slation as well as 
promulgated regulations to give effe ct to the stipulations of such 
legislation, except where a lower extent of compliance is reflected: 

- Local Government : Municipal St ructures Act, 1 17 of 1998 with all 
its amendments to date. 

- Local Government : Municipal Systems Act, 32 of 2000 with all its 
amendments to date in its entir ety together with regulations 
promulgated and applicable to high capacity municipalities. 

- Local Government : Municipa I Finance Management Act, 56 of 
2004 in its entirety in eluding regulations promulgated and 
applicable to high capacity municipalities. 

- Compliance is also given to circulars by National Treasury in line 
with the Municipal Systems Act and the Municipal Finance 
Management Act in so far stipul ations had been approved by the 
Council for adoption. 

- Local Government : Property Rates Act, 6 of 2004 and its 
promulgated regulations in so far as a new valuation are 
implemented from 1 July 2009 in full complianc e to legislatory 
requirement. 

- Full compliance, where sections and stipulations of sections are 
applicable to the municipality: 

* Electricity Act of 1 987 

* Labour Relations Act of 1995 

* The Constitution of South Africa, 1996 

* Financial and Fiscal Commission Act, 1997 

* Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations Act, 1997 

* Water Services Act, 1 997 

* Municipal Demarcation Act, 1998 

* National Environmental Management Act, 1998 

* Remuneration of Political Office Bearers Act, 1998 

* Skills Development Act, 1998 


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* National Land Transport Transition Act, 2000 

* Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, 2000 

* Intergovernmental Relations Framework Act, 2005 

* Division of Revenue Acts as enacted annually 

15. OTHER SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS 


Other supporting documents included in the budget are: 

(a) Supporting detail t o budgeted financial performance - 
supporting table SA1 - this tabl e provides detail on specific 
revenue and expenditure items. 

(b) Matrix on financial performance budget - supporting table SA2 - 
this table provides detail on revenue by source and expenditure 
by type for the various main departments in the municipality. 

(c) Supporting detail to statement of financial position - s upporting 
table SA3 which provides detail on the various financial position 
items. 

(d) Supporting detail on so cial, economic and demographic 
statistics and assumptions - s upporting table SA9 - this table 
provides a high level overview of the demographics of the 
municipality. 

16. SERVICE STANDARDS 


MFMA Circular No. 72 ind icates that municipalities must formulate 
service level standards and be tabled with the 2015/2016 budget. The 
service level standards must be approved by Council. 

The municipality is in a process to finalize the service standards and as 
an interim agreement the broad guideline was used and included in the 
budget documentation as supporting table SA38. 


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17. MUNICIPAL MANAGER’S QUALITY CERTIFICATE 



STEVE TSHWETE 

Yunic'ipAI.I 1 '’ 


Your ref. 


Telephone (013) 2497000 
Fax (013)2432550 


Our ref. 


E-Mail : council@stevetshwetelm.qov.za 


P O Box 14 
MIDDELBURG, MPUMALANGA 

1050 

www.stevetshwetelm.qov.za 


QUALITY CERTIFICATE 

2015/2016 - 2017/2018 


I, STANLEY MANDLA MNGUNI, acting municipal m anager of STEVE TSHWETE 
LOCAL MUNICIPALITY, hereby certify that the annual budget and supporting 
documentation have been prepared in ac cordance with the Municipal Financ e 
Management Act and the regulations made under the Act, and that the annual 
budget and supporting documents are con sistent with the integr ated development 
plan of the municipality. 


S.M. MNGUNI 

Acting MUNICIPAL MANAGER of 

STEVE TSHWETE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY 
MP313 



DATE 22 May 2015 


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SUPPORTING DETAIL TO BUDGETED FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE 


TABLE SA1 





Steve Tshwete Municipality 

MP313 






Description 

Ref 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 

Current Year 2014/15 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Original 

Budget 

Adjusted 

Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Pre-audit 

outcome 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year 
+1 2016/17 

Budget Year 
+2 2017/18 

REVENUE ITEMS: 

Property rates 

Total Property Rates 
less Revenue Foregone 

6 

198 443 748 

230 303 644 

264 425 808 

272 882 246 

278 807 712 

278 807 712 

278 807 712 

301 305 502 

316 055 776 

326 327 590 

Net Property Rates 


198 443 748 

230 303 644 

264425 808 

272 882 246 

278 807 712 

278 807 712 

278 807 712 

301 305 502 

316 055 776 

326 327 590 

Service charqes - electricity revenue 

Total Service charges - electricity revenue 
less Revenue Foregone 

6 

343 865 016 

393 197 587 

449 191 695 

486 740 811 

484 466 807 

484466 808 

1 

484 466 809 

2 

538 663 982 

606 752 985 

682 819 137 

Net Service charges - electricity revenue 


343 865 016 

393 197 587 

449 191 695 

486 740 811 

484 466 807 

484 466 807 

484466 807 

538 663 982 

606 752 985 

682 819 137 

Service charqes - water revenue 

6 











Total Service charges - water revenue 


63 233 136 

67 633 737 

69 164 087 

83 659 109 

83 544 061 

83 544 061 

83 544 061 

99 055 403 

110 207 870 

122 201 575 

less Revenue Foregone 


9 915 672 

11 015 965 

12 729 526 

14 480 604 

14 989 401 

14 989 401 

14 989 401 

17 633 000 

19 607 896 

21 745 157 

Net Service charges - water revenue 


53 317 464 

56 617 772 

56 434 561 

69 178 505 

68 554 660 

68 554 660 

68 554 660 

81 422 403 

90 599 974 

100 456 418 

Service charqes - sanitation revenue 












Total Service charges - sanitation revenue 


45 155 692 

53 853 246 

59 951 728 

63 559 034 

64 421 975 

64421 976 

64 421 977 

68 300 892 

74 888 897 

81 554 412 

less Revenue Foregone 







1 

2 




Net Service charges - sanitation revenue 


45 155 692 

53 853 246 

59 951 728 

63 559 034 

64421 975 

64 421 975 

64 421 975 

68 300 892 

74 888 897 

81 554412 

Service charqes - refuse revenue 

6 











Total refuse removal revenue 


43 439 606 

51 526 257 

61 033 051 

68 975 164 

69 533 699 

69 533 699 

69 533 699 

78 401 695 

83 511 146 

89 368 560 

Total landfill revenue 












less Revenue Foregone 












Net Service charges - refuse revenue 


43 439 606 

51 526 257 

61 033 051 

68 975 164 

69 533 699 

69 533 699 

69 533 699 

78 401 695 

83 511 146 

89 368 560 

Other Revenue bv source 












List other revenue by source 












Building plan fees 


1 400 562 

1 570 731 

1 365 884 

1 396 783 

1 334 730 

1 334 730 

1 334 730 

1 484 297 

1 548 509 

1 627 657 

Main services contributions 


6 586 462 

16 195 862 

8 711 927 

5 695 000 

6 485 000 

6 485 000 

6 485 000 

9 070 672 

9 432 223 

9 846 801 

Community service fees 


8 598 973 

7 877 065 

6 447 914 

8 100 447 

8 298 448 

8 298 448 

8 298 448 

7 215 753 

7 573 085 

8 029 983 

Sale of coal (coal rights) 


215 490 

228 559 

239 687 

256 610 

256 610 

256 610 

256 610 

263 180 

278 970 

295 709 

Refund skills development (seta) 


1 504 812 

1 367 583 

604 761 

1 364 981 

1 364 981 

1 364 981 

1 364 981 

672 272 

705 800 

715 638 

Internal fees 


1 784 414 

2 235 444 

1 897 807 

1 911 787 

1 904 567 

1 904 567 

1 904 567 




Sale of erven 


52 235 676 

31 894 117 

58 012 010 

39 870 100 

12 165 100 

12 165 100 

12 165 100 

38 265 100 

37 270 680 

37 276 783 

Admin fees 


3 433 184 

3 343 313 

20 656 961 

4 574 305 

4 039 730 

4 039 730 

4 039 730 

7 884 831 

8 343 472 

8 839 066 

Insurance claims 


1 988 367 

2 417 657 

2 395 587 

2 952 925 

2 942 925 

2 942 925 

2 942 925 

3 135 216 

3 331 960 

3 550 953 

Fair value adjustment 


72 125 

93 847 

20 000 

25 000 

180 000 

180 000 

180 000 

30 000 

30 000 

30 000 

Servitude fees 

3 





2 348 715 

2 348 715 

2 348 715 




Total 'Other' Revenue 

1 

77 820 064 

67 224 177 

100 352 538 

66 147 938 

41 320 806 

41 320 806 

41 320 806 

68 021 321 

68 514 699 

70 212 590 













EXPENDITURE ITEMS: 












Employee related costs 












Basic Salaries and Wages 

2 

167 450 112 

192 776 366 

203 227 929 

227 568 826 

225 671 886 

225 671 886 

225 671 886 

250 102 209 

269 483 579 

288 912 792 

Pension and UIF Contributions 


30 581 062 

35 857 169 

37 792 321 

42 878 705 

41 886 880 

41 886 880 

41 886 880 

47 168 736 

50 934 216 

55 111 959 

Medical Aid Contributions 


11 969 966 

13 725 099 

14 784 080 

15 931 667 

16 885 598 

16 885 598 

16 885 598 

19 053 609 

20 467 527 

22 149 796 

Overtime 


37 616 538 

41 740 859 

47 942 521 

52 522 971 

55 985 180 

55 985 180 

55 985 180 

58 679 693 

63 323 314 

68 117 795 

Performance Bonus 









4 370 553 

7 276 544 

10 339 660 

Motor Vehicle Allowance 












Cellphone Allowance 


299 635 

431 114 

502 503 

639 272 

624 322 

624 322 

624 322 

668 753 

718 677 

775 675 

Housing Allowances 


1 647 362 

1 733 989 

1 565 377 

1 596 408 

1 743 407 

1 743 407 

1 743 407 

1 834 222 

1 971 593 

2 129 106 

Other benefits and allowances 


2 762 955 

2 806 580 

2 901 800 

3 294 117 

3 495 562 

3 495 562 

3 495 562 

3 784 352 

4 074 701 

4 401 572 

Payments in lieu of leave 












Long service awards 












Post-retirement benefit obligations 

4 











sub-total 

5 

252 327 630 

289 071 176 

308 716 531 

344 431 966 

346 292 835 

346 292 835 

346 292 835 

385 662 127 

418 250 151 

451 938 355 

Less: Employees costs capitalised to PPE 












Total Employee related costs 

1 

252 327 630 

289 071 176 

308 716 531 

344 431 966 

346 292 835 

346 292 835 

346 292 835 

385 662 127 

418 250 151 

451 938 355 

Contributions recoqnised - capital 












List contributions by contract 












Total Contributions recognised - capital 













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SUPPORTING DETAIL TO BUDGETED FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE 


TABLE SA1 





Steve Tshwete Municipality - 

MP313 





1 



2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 


Current Year 2014/15 


1 2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 1 

Description 

Ref 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Original 

Budget 

Adjusted 

Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Pre-audit 

outcome 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year 
+1 2016/17 

Budget Year 
+2 2017/18 

Depreciation & asset impairment 












Depreciation of Property, Plant & Equipment 


159 314 312 

151 522 575 

145 877 219 

176 110 967 

176 110 967 

176 110 967 

176 110 967 

156 966 056 

154 501 950 

153 954 378 

Lease amortisation 

Capital asset impairment 

Depreciation resulting from revaluation of PPE 

10 

276 345 

140 505 

251 476 

6 518 971 

140 733 

140 733 

140 733 

140 733 

261 494 

678 

194 231 

678 

678 

Total Depreciation & asset impairment 

1 

159 590 657 

151 663 080 

152 647 665 

176 251 700 

176 251 700 

176 251 700 

176 251 700 

157 228 228 

154 696 859 

153 955 056 

Bulk purchases 












Electricity Bulk Purchases 


242 534 921 

279 936 421 

286 791 142 

329 143 513 

327 450 778 

327 450 778 

327 450 778 

362 767 695 

414 068 725 

472 876 087 

Water Bulk Purchases 


8 038 883 

8 798 662 

9 855 531 

10 928 730 

11 622 000 

11 622 000 

11 622 000 

17 400 700 

18 388 358 

19 433 850 

Total bulk purchases 

1 

250 573 804 

288 735 084 

296 646 672 

340 072 243 

339 072 778 

339 072 778 

339 072 778 

380 168 395 

432 457 083 

492 309 937 

Transfers and qrants 












Cash transfers and grants 


44 028 548 

49 878 154 

57 517 288 

62 503 456 

64 393 292 

64 393 292 

64 393 292 

67 662 998 

72 769 828 

77 428 759 

Non-cash transfers and grants 












Total transfers and grants 

1 

44 028 548 

49 878 154 

57 517 288 

62 503 456 

64 393 292 

64 393 292 

64 393 292 

67 662 998 

72 769 828 

77 428 759 

Contracted services 












List services provided by contract 












Security Services 


5 967 228 

6 883 520 

9 402 299 

10 239 542 

10 640 260 

10 640 260 

10 640 260 

11 191 951 

11 873 074 

12 667 325 

Cleaning Services 


729 867 

88 385 

132 110 

153 750 

153 750 

153 750 

153 750 

155 800 

167 700 

178 360 

Commission Prepaid Sales 


3 508 006 

4 455 948 

6 032 800 

7 742 255 

7 892 255 

7 892 255 

7 892 255 

8 791 285 

9 309 943 

9 707 950 

Other 


6 901 291 

11 268 231 

12 987 230 

20 425 014 

19 325 114 

19 325 114 

19 325 114 

20 936 823 

21 582 875 

22 909 877 

sub-total 

1 

17 106 393 

22 696 084 

28 554 440 

38 560 561 

38 011 379 

38 011 379 

38 011 379 

41 075 859 

42 933 592 

45 463 512 

Allocations to organs of state: 

Electricity 

Water 

Sanitation 

Other 












Total contracted services 


17 106 393 

22 696 084 

28 554 440 

38 560 561 

38 011 379 

38 011 379 

38 011 379 

41 075 859 

42 933 592 

45 463 512 

Other Expenditure Bv Type 












Collection costs 


238 754 

229 298 

248 954 

295 000 

295 000 

295 000 

295 000 

2 309 000 

2 326 500 

2 349 355 

Contributions to 'other' provisions 


6 877 031 

857 828 

16 336 673 

2 243 317 

2 243 317 

2 243 317 

2 243 317 

1 890 000 

1 980 000 

2 118 600 

Consultant fees 


2 709 591 

3 458 546 

3 741 737 

11 227 825 

12 319 971 

12 319 971 

12 319 971 

18 315 765 

10 783 099 

10 716 095 

Audit fees 

General expenses 

3 

3 159 746 

3 508 186 

4 657 795 

4 833 960 

5 053 960 

5 053 960 

5 053 960 

4 919 790 

5 018 427 

5 069 593 

List Other Expenditure by Type 












Advertising 


3 424 256 

3 707 455 

3 604 729 

4 442 600 

4 918 100 

4 918 100 

4 918 100 

4 755 155 

5 042 177 

5 355 752 

Bank charges 


1 525 819 

1 687 833 

2 216 896 

2 238 890 

2 488 890 

2 488 890 

2 488 890 

2 582 835 

2 737 805 

2 874 695 

Communications 


3 932 204 

4 303 928 

3 714 286 

4 546 545 

4 253 237 

4 253 237 

4 253 237 

4 749 015 

4 976 796 

5 327 627 

Insurance 


6 721 546 

6 213 216 

5 880 461 

7 613 630 

7 613 630 

7 613 630 

7 613 630 

8 034 118 

8 539 979 

9 134 290 

Legal fees 


3 830 590 

3 818 653 

2 887 206 

3 385 000 

3 370 000 

3 370 000 

3 370 000 

3 485 000 

3 515 950 

3 764 360 

Travel & accomodation 


11 189 143 

13 207 148 

13 476 993 

17 149 987 

16 103 713 

16 103 713 

16 103 713 

18 587 233 

21 905 508 

21 367 862 

Materials & supplies 


24 211 363 

29 123 425 

29 658 962 

34 152 497 

32 456 266 

32 456 266 

32 456 266 

34 893 586 

37 235 194 

39 613 825 

Skills development & training 


4 359 971 

6 271 584 

7 512 774 

7 919 467 

10 233 956 

10 233 956 

10 233 956 

8 292 093 

7 780 729 

8 236 958 

Transportation 


2 032 183 

1 900 741 

2 293 467 

2 346 375 

2 403 910 

2 403 910 

2 403 910 

2 737 350 

2 755 021 

2 915 244 

Licensing 


2 142 841 

2 010 219 

2 991 977 

3 985 306 

4 372 153 

4 372 153 

4 372 153 

4 364 115 

4 628 100 

5 972 932 

Rental fees 


543 010 

825 331 

15 806 939 

21 530 897 

20 614 671 

20 614 671 

20 614 671 

20 924 070 

21 620 574 

22 826 671 

Consulting fees 


147 189 

72 425 

120 143 

170 750 

157 750 

157 750 

157 750 

1 655 500 

1 123 750 

178 060 

Postage 


1 369 889 

1 871 135 

1 793 675 

1 816 817 

1 956 567 

1 956 567 

1 956 567 

2 018 965 

2 223 690 

2 368 089 

Admin costs 

Contributions to/from reserves 


12 780 321 

17 964 397 

15 521 130 

104 311 131 

26 309 603 

26 309 603 

26 309 603 

26 923 608 

28 841 907 

30 568 167 

Inventory 


15 018 404 

44 721 404 

25 985 510 

412 065 

1 823 740 

1 823 740 

1 823 740 

10 618 375 

11 131 466 

9 679 203 

Connection fees 


2 562 633 

6 082 661 

16 021 917 

5 000 000 

5 000 000 

5 000 000 

5 000 000 

5 700 000 

6 270 000 

6 897 000 

Repairs and maintaince 


47 191 281 

51 431 252 

49 666 196 

62 840 610 

65 516 533 

65 516 533 

65 516 533 

74 127 890 

79 652 985 

83 689 711 

Departmental Cost 




30 482 655 

33 171 189 

32 976 453 

32 976 453 

32 976 453 

41 232 114 

46 478 740 

52 359 885 

Total 'Other' Expenditure 

1 

155 967 763 

203 266 666 

254 621 076 

335 633 858 

262 481 420 

262 481 420 

262 481 420 

303 115 577 

316 568 397 

333 383 974 


Repairs and Maintenance 

by Expenditure Item 8 

Employee related costs 

Other materials 

Contracted Services 

Other Expenditure 

47 191 281 

51 431 252 

49 666 196 

53 769 239 

65 760 633 

65 760 634 

65 760 635 

74 127 890 

79 652 985 

83 689 711 

Total Repairs and Maintenance Expenditure | 9 

47 191 281 

51 431 252 

49 666 196 

53 769 239 

65 760 633 

65 760 634 

65 760 635 

74 127 890 

79 652 985 

83 689 711 


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MATRIX FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE BUDGETED BY REVENUE SOURCE AND EXPENDITURE TYPE 


TABLE SA2 







Steve Tshwete Municipality - 

IN/P313 









Description 

R thousand 

Ref 

1 

Vote 1- 

Council & 

Executive 

Mayor 

Vote 2- 

Municipal 

Manager 

Vote 3- 

Rnandal 

Services 

Vote 4- 

Corporate 

Services 

Vote 5- 

Community 

Services 

Vote 6- 

Infrastructure 

Management 

Vote 7- 

Vote 8- 

Vote 9- 

Vote 10 - 

Vote 11- 

Vote 12- 

Vote 13- 

Vote 14- 

Vote 15- 

Total 

Revenue By Source 


















Property rates 


- 

- 

301306 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

301306 

Property rates - penalties & collection charges 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Service charges - electricity revenue 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

538 664 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

538 664 

Service charges - vvaler revenue 


- 





81422 


- 




- 

- 

- 

- 

81422 

Service charges - sanitation revenue 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

68 301 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

68 301 

Service charges - refuse revenue 


- 

- 

- 

- 

78402 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

78402 

Service charges - other 


- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

Rental of facilities and equipment 


- 

- 

12 820 

- 

1657 

21390 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


35 868 

Interest earned - external investments 


- 


21381 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

21381 

Interest earned - outstanding debtors 


- 

- 

1115 

- 

137 

715 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1968 

Dividends received 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Fines 


- 

- 

- 

- 

16439 

511 




- 


- 

- 


- 

16 949 

Licences and permits 


- 




8909 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

8 909 

Agency services 


- 

- 

- 

- 

15 295 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

15295 

Other revenue 


7 

- 

9435 

38 899 

2171 

17 509 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

68 021 

Transfers recognised - operational 


57496 

- 

15 552 

940 

20 338 

31969 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

126 295 

Gains on disposal of PPE 


- 

- 

150 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

150 

Total Revenue (excluding capital transfers and contribution 

57 503 

- 

361760 

39 839 

143 349 

760 480 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1362 931 

Expenditure By Type 


















Employee related costs 


3256 

10 995 

36 333 

30 523 

140 899 

163 657 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

385 662 

Remuneration of councillors 


19 698 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

19 698 

Debt impairment 


669 

- 

2 723 

- 

9161 

4770 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


17 323 

Depreciation & asset impairment 


433 

128 

2 027 

4 561 

15 400 

134 680 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

157 228 

R nance charges 


25 

2 

3 

82 

1625 

29154 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

30 890 

Bulk purchases 


- 

- 

76 

- 

39 

380 054 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

380 168 

Other materials 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Contracted services 


13 

- 

13 086 

13 

17 306 

10 658 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

41076 

Transfers and grants 


1825 

- 

17 352 

- 

18 933 

29 553 

- 

- 




- 




67 663 

Other expenditure 


21636 

6064 

24 637 

42130 

48160 

160488 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

303116 

Loss on disposal of PPE 


- 

- 

- 

5 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

5 

Total Expenditure 


47 555 

17188 

96 237 

77 314 

251523 

913 014 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1402 830 



















Surplus/(Deficit) 


9948 

(17188) 

265 523 

(37 475) 

(108 174) 

(152 533) 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

(39 899) 

Transfers recognised - capital 


- 

- 

- 

- 

7213 

54957 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

62170 

Contributions recognised - capital 




- 

- 

- 

- 





- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

Contributed assets 


- 

2 (XX) 

1040 

- 

2605 

44197 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

49 842 

Surplus/fDeficit) after capital transfers & contributions 


9948 

(15188) 

266 563 

(37475) 

(98357) 

(53 379) 










72113 


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SUPPORTING BUDGET FINANCIAL POSITION 


TABLE SA3 


Steve Tshwete Municipality - MP313 | 

Description 

Ref 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 

Current Year 2014/15 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 1 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Pre-audit 

outcome 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year +1 
2016/17 

Budget Year +2 
2017/18 

ASSETS 












Call investment deposits 












Call deposits < 90 days 












Other current investments > 90 days 


324 000 000 

348 000 000 

350 000 000 

513 000 000 

353 809 260 

353 809 260 

380 000 000 

508 000 000 

561 000 000 

611 000 000 

Total Call investment deposits 

2 

324 000 000 

348 000 000 

350 000 000 

513 000 000 

353 809 260 

353 809 260 

380 000 000 

508 000 000 

561 000 000 

611 000 000 

Consumer debtors 












Consumer debtors 


69 974 128 

76 215 848 

71 050 995 

79 294 969 

79 294 968 

79 294 968 

77 229 901 

81 354 491 

82 981 580 

83 811 396 

Less: Provision for debt impairment 


-27 522 111 

-29 388 730 

-24 628 040 

-38 742 632 

-38 742 632 

-38 742 632 

-26 288 413 

-27 981 993 

-29 709 445 

-31 471 446 

Total Consumer debtors 

2 

42 452 017 

46 827 118 

46 422 955 

40 552 337 

40 552 336 

40 552 336 

50 941 488 

53 372 498 

53 272 135 

52 339 950 

Debt impairment provision 












Balance at the beginning of the year 


24 188 865 

27 522 111 

29 388 730 

33 789 410 

33 789 410 

33 789 410 

24 628 040 

26 288 413 

27 981 993 

29 709 445 

Contributions to the provision 


4 428 240 

4 827 570 

1 137 692 

8 033 795 

8 033 795 

16 033 795 

7 499 771 

7 649 766 

7 802 762 

7 958 817 

Bad debts written off 


-1 094 994 

-2 960 951 

-5 898 382 

-3 080 573 

-3 080 573 

-11 080 573 

-5 839 398 

-5 956 186 

-6 075 310 

-6 196 816 

Balance at end of year 


27 522 111 

29 388 730 

24 628 040 

38 742 632 

38 742 632 

38 742 632 

26 288 413 

27 981 993 

29 709 445 

31 471 446 

Property, plant and equipment (PPE) 












PPE at cost/valuation (excl. finance leases) 


8 789 025 682 

8 667 479 556 

8 880 823 065 

9 202 390 784 

9 278 726 082 

9 278 726 082 

9 145 059 769 

9 381 428 529 

9 626 434 009 

9 853 724 869 

Leases recognised as PPE 

3 

2 718 028 

1 969 712 

2 348 137 

1 970 855 

1 970 855 

1 970 855 

2 348 137 

2 348 137 

2 348 137 

2 348 137 

Less: Accumulated depreciation 


2 630 196 022 

2 771 661 673 

2 910 677 550 

3 128 638 230 

3 128 638 231 

3 128 638 231 

3 085 961 575 

3 242 422 599 

3 396 432 690 

3 549 811 117 

Total Property, plant and equipment (PPE) 

2 

6 161 547 688 

5 897 787 595 

5 972 493 652 

6 075 723 409 

6 152 058 706 

6 152 058 706 

6 061 446 331 

6 141 354 067 

6 232 349 456 

6 306 261 889 













LIABILITIES 












Current liabilities - Borrowinq 












Short term loans (other than bank overdraft) 












Current portion of long-term liabilities 


13 609 607 

11 856 847 

13 169 320 

19 285 067 

19 285 067 

19 285 067 

17 417 826 

19 018 881 

23 167 200 

25 483 920 

Total Current liabilities - Borrowing 


13 609 607 

11 856 847 

13 169 320 

19 285 067 

19 285 067 

19 285 067 

17 417 826 

19 018 881 

23 167 200 

25 483 920 

Trade and other payables 












Trade and other creditors 


114 354 237 

127 169 804 

146 169 793 

146 881 124 

146 881 124 

146 881 124 

155 721 600 

165 175 231 

173 250 359 

184 123 887 

Unspent conditional transfers 


14 214 704 

6 901 446 

8 624 089 








VAT 


4 310 045 

5 181 124 


5 984 198 

5 984 198 

5 984 198 





Total Trade and other payables 

2 

132 878 986 

139 252 374 

154 793 882 

152 865 322 

152 865 322 

152 865 322 

155 721 600 

165 175 231 

173 250 359 

184 123 887 

Non current liabilities - Borrowinq 












Borrowing 

4 

113 491 230 

101 797 958 

88 839 531 

345 189 301 

391 229 072 

391 229 072 

216 094 930 

295 363 104 

407 514 223 

475 347 023 

Finance leases (including PPP asset element) 


111 432 

64 411 

281 168 

58 131 

58 131 

58 131 

267 110 

253 754 

241 066 

229 013 

Total Non current liabilities - Borrowing 


113 602 662 

101 862 369 

89 120 699 

345 247 432 

391 287 203 

391 287 203 

216 362 040 

295 616 858 

407 755 290 

475 576 037 

Provisions - non-current 












Retirement benefits 


74 925 000 

80 098 200 

82 642 999 

85 705 074 

85 705 074 

85 705 074 

86 775 149 

92 849 409 

99 348 868 

106 303 289 

List other major provision items 












Refuse landfill site rehabilitation 





13 500 000 

13 500 000 

13 500 000 

5 966 069 

5 966 069 

5 966 069 

5 966 069 

Other 


1 115 039 

309 287 

6 083 929 

374 237 

374 237 

374 237 

123 753 

2 013 753 

3 993 753 

6 112 353 

Total Provisions - non-current 


76 040 039 

80 407 487 

88 726 928 

99 579 311 

99 579 311 

99 579 311 

92 864 971 

100 829 231 

109 308 690 

118 381 711 













CHANGES IN NET ASSETS 












Accumulated SurplusZ(Deficit) 












Accumulated Surplus/(Deficit) - opening balance 


6 054 083 551 

6 110 525 292 

5 854 948 142 

5 837 642 047 

5 837 642 047 

5 837 642 047 

6 030 596 434 

5 948 682 026 

5 904 531 374 

5 825 464 210 

GRAP adjustments 












Restated balance 


6 054 083 551 

6 110 525 292 

5 854 948 142 

5 837 642 047 

5 837 642 047 

5 837 642 047 

6 030 596 434 

5 948 682 026 

5 904 531 374 

5 825 464 210 

Surplus/(Deficit) 


69 823 600 

34 164 952 

172 924 699 

46 496 302 

15 756 724 

15 756 724 

15 756 726 

72 113 038 

28 941 438 

37 814 332 

Appropriations to Reserves 


-93 537 707 

-94 393 200 

-101 520 212 

-106 930 017 

-195 687 903 

-179 931 179 

80 652 992 

98 563 772 

104 198 489 

94 393 162 

Transfers from Reserves 


80 155 848 

77 879 275 

104 243 810 

67 818 500 

67 862 350 

52 105 626 

-21 677 435 

-76 222 520 

-78 280 600 

-72 659 500 

Depreciation offsets 








-156 646 689 

-138 604 942 

-133 926 491 

-130 191 812 

Other adjustments 



-273 228 177 









Accumulated Surplus/(Deficit) 

1 

6 110 525 292 

5 854 948 142 

6 030 596 439 

5 845 026 832 

5 725 573 218 

5 725 573 218 

5 948 682 028 

5 904 531 374 

5 825 464 210 

5 754 820 392 

Reserves 












Housing Development Fund 


7 049 111 

7 061 612 

7 061 612 

7 346 901 

7 346 901 

7 346 901 

7 061 612 

7 061 612 

7 061 612 

7 061 612 

Capital replacement 


170 234 376 

186 791 003 

205 410 522 

188 071 395 

195 215 952 

195 215 952 

232 392 052 

276 614 124 

365 010 572 

471 020 618 

Self-insurance 


3 714 899 

3 714 044 

178 564 

4 304 554 

4 304 554 

4 304 554 

312 410 

2 062 053 

3 763 878 

5 554 099 

Other reserves 












Revaluation 












Total Reserves 

2 

180 998 386 

197 566 659 

212 650 698 

199 722 850 

206 867 407 

206 867 407 

239 766 074 

285 737 789 

375 836 062 

483 636 329 

TOTAL COMMUNITY WEALTH/EQUITY 

2 

6 291 523 678 

6 052 514 801 

6 243 247 137 

6 044 749 682 

5 932 440 625 

5 932 440 625 

6 188 448 102 

6 190 269 163 

6 201 300 272 

6 238 456 721 


Total capital expenditure includes expenditure on nationally significant priorities 


Provision of basic services 




49 411 

49 411 

49 411 

49 411 

71 993 

54 361 

57 817 


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RECONCILIATION OF IDP STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES WITH BUDGETED REVENUE 


TABLE SA4 


| Steve Tshwete Municipalit; 

! - MP313 | 

Strategic Objective 

Goal 

Goal 

Code 

Ref 

2011112 

2012/13 

2013114 

Current Year 2014/15 

2014/15 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 
Framework 

Audited Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year +1 
2016/17 

Budget Year +2 
2017/18 

Indigent Support 













Property Services 

KPA A: Good government and public 
participation 

PA1BT 


6 887 110 

8 638 506 








Electricity Services 

KPA A: Good government and public 
participation 

PA1ED 


6 551 194 









Water Services 

KPA A: Good government and public 
participation 

PA1TW 


3 262 077 

-11 015 965 

-12 729 526 


-14 989 401 

-14 989 401 




Sanitation Services 

KPA A: Good government and public 
participation 

PA1WW 


10 567 450 









Refuse Removal 

KPA A: Good government and public 
participation 

PA1WM 


11 270 245 

13 602 624 








Ensure effective community participation 

KPA A: Good government and public 
participation 

CP1CO 











Provide support for the provision of services 













Information Technology and MIG Project Management 

KPA A: Good government and public 
participation 

SS1EX 


38 904 280 

40 692 045 

55 687 275 

46 069 304 

46 794 804 

46 794 804 




Mayoral and Municipal Manager Office 

KPA C: Financial management and 
viability 

SS1CO 




1 868 163 

1 879 040 

1 879 040 

1 879 040 




Other Admin(Civil Enginnering) 

KPA C: Financial management and 
viability 

SS3CO 











Guide and informs the municipal strategic planning and 
development 

KPA B: Municipal transformation and 
Organisational development 

MP1PD 











Provision of transformed human capital and labour 
relations 

KPA B: Municipal transformation and 
Organisational development 

HC1CO 


8 905 828 

9 294 937 

609 213 

1 364 400 

1 368 900 

1 368 900 




Continue with sustainable and Accountable finacial 
management 













Finacial management 

KPA C: Financial management and 
viability 

FV1BT 


222 346 769 

253 619 563 

301 301 775 

310 231 565 

317 455 796 

317 455 796 




Property Rate Services 

KPA C: Financial management and 
viability 

FV1CO 


66 905 849 

54 005 191 

77 050 539 

60 634 840 

33 010 252 

33 010 252 




Provide sustainable social and economic 
development programmes 













Local Economic Development 

KPA D: Local Economic Development 

SE4CS 



325 517 








Other Social 

KPA D: Local Economic Development 

LD2PD 




227 010 







Development of sustainable communities by providing 
accessible facilities 

KPA E: Service Delivery and 

Infrastructure Development 

DP3PK 











Promote healthy lifestyle through provision of facilities 

KPA E: Service Delivery and 

Infrastructure Development 

DS3PK 




4 331 992 

16 401 079 

4 710 239 

4 710 239 




Provide and upgrade building facilities 













Community & Social Service Provision 

KPA E: Service Delivery and 

Infrastructure Development 

ISD3 


19 913 358 

13479 365 








Municipal Buildings 

KPA E: Service Delivery and 

Infrastructure Development 

BF3CO 




31 912 793 

18 094 188 

17 284 056 

17 284 056 




Community Halls 

KPA E: Service Delivery and 

Infrastructure Development 

BF3CS 




4 212 937 

2 127 500 

2 476 800 

2 476 800 




Community Halls(Public Toilets) 

KPA E: Service Delivery and 

Infrastructure Development 

BF3WW 











Provision of affordable and sustainable basic and 
new infrastructure 













Cemetry Services 

KPA E: Service Delivery and 

Infrastructure Development 

IS3CS 




2 439 441 

2 372 515 

372 515 

372 515 




Electricity Infrasctructure Development 

KPA E: Service Delivery and 

Infrastructure Development 

IS3ED 


357 706 966 

419 587 017 

473 783 195 

503 720 475 

505 862 070 

505 862 070 




Street Lighting Infrasctructure Development 

KPA E: Service Delivery and 

Infrastructure Development 

IS3PS 


19 200 

810 385 

1 236 880 

1 900 000 






Road Infrastructure Development 

KPA E: Service Delivery and 

Infrastructure Development 

IS3TP 


28 955 547 

31 013 282 

34 308423 

30 938 130 

30 938 130 

30 938 130 




Water Infrastructure Development 

KPA E: Service Delivery and 

Infrastructure Development 

IS3TW 


58 148 286 

92 606 541 

106 030 299 

93 579 837 

110 751 148 

110 751 148 




Solid Waste Infrastructure Development 

KPA E: Service Delivery and 

Infrastructure Development 

IS3WM 


45 345 042 

52 654 215 

78 428 362 

95 826 543 

99 009 814 

99 009 814 




Waste Water Infrastructure Development 

KPA E: Service Delivery and 

Infrastructure Development 

IS3WW 


68 006 223 

72 336 646 

81 471 182 

96 295 711 

99 985 769 

99 985 769 




Comply with Green Environment Strategy 

KPA E: Service Delivery and 

Infrastructure Development 

GE3WM 


1 099 263 

677 332 

567 609 

600 000 

600 000 

600 000 




Contribute to a healthy well informed community 

KPA F: Spatial Planning and Land use 
Management 

IC4CS 




102 827 

95 028 

95 028 

95 028 




Provide safety and security to human life 













Emergency and Traffic Services 

KPA F: Spatial Planning and Land use 
Management 

SH4PS 


6 892 719 

7 365 441 

17 108 131 

6 830 320 

14 223 659 

14 223 659 




Security Services 

KPA F: Spatial Planning and Land use 
Management 

SH4CO 




72 000 

72 000 

72 000 

72 000 





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RECONCILIATION OF IDP STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES WITH BUDGETED REVENUE 


TABLE SA4 


| Steve T shwete Municipalit; 

! - MP313 | 

Strategic Objective 

Goal 

Goal 

Code 

Ref 

2011112 

2012/13 

2013114 

Current Year 2014/15 

2014/15 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 
Framework 

Audited Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year +1 
2016/17 

Budget Year +2 
2017/18 

Human Settlement Services 

KPA F: Spatial Planning and Land use 
Management 

SH4HS 




22 798 802 

81 168 538 

3 564 444 

3 564 444 




Human Settlement Services(Rental of Hostel) 

KPA F: Spatial Planning and Land use 
Management 

SH4CS 




299 334 

315 978 

317 558 

317 558 




Environmental Health Services 

KPA E: Service Delivery and 

Infrastructure Development 

SH3HL 


2 690 879 

2 683 479 

338 970 

258 067 

258 067 

258 067 




Provide sustainable public services 

KPA F: Spatial Planning and Land use 
Management 

LS4TP 


16 564 262 

18 588 604 

23 119 131 

21 691 580 

22 729 695 

22 729 695 




Sustainable rural and urban planning and green 
development 

KPA F: Spatial Planning and Land use 
Management 

TD2PD 


2485 316 

2 126 708 

2 873 076 

3 019 223 

2 957 170 

2 957 170 




Other Priorities 













Enviromental Vehicle 

KPA E: Service Delivery and 

Infrastructure Development 

OP5PK 




330 256 

58 050 

20 000 

20 000 




Civil Vehicles Workshop 

KPA E: Service Delivery and 

Infrastructure Development 

OP5CO 




3 952 392 

3 338 562 

3 338 562 

3 338 562 




Electricity Workshop 

KPA E: Service Delivery and 

Infrastructure Development 

IS5ED 
























KPA - FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND VIABILITY 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY WHICH IS 

FOCUSED ON THE WELL BEING OF 
ALL ITS CITIZENS 












A) FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND VIABILITY 


CFV1 








401 503 549 

418 655 560 

431 528 218 

KPA - GOOD GOVERNANCE AND PUBLIC 

PARTICIPATION 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY WHICH IS 

FOCUSED ON THE WELL BEING OF 
ALL ITS CITIZENS 












A) GOOD GOVERNANCE 


AGG1 








58 470 229 

69 897 308 

84 924 596 

B) COMMUNICATIONS 


AGC1 











C) IDP AND PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT 


AIP1 











KPA - LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 

ECONOMIC GROWTH AND POVERTY 

ALLEVIATION 












A) LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 


DLE2 








2 000 000 

2 000 000 

3 000 000 

KPA - MUNICIPAL TRANSFORMATION AND 

ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY WHICH IS 

TOTALLY FOCUSED ON THE WELL 
RFING OF ALL ITS CITIZENS 












A) ORGANAZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 


BOD1 








672 272 

705 800 

715 638 

KPA - SERVICE DELIVERY AND INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST LEVEL 

OF MUNICIPAL SERVICES 












A) CEMETRIES 


ECM3 








2 921 140 

2 442 198 

3 464 300 

B) COMMUNITY FACILITIES 


ECF3 








1 165 602 

4 711 335 

6 061 128 

C) ELECTRICITY SERVICES 


EES3 








572 682 082 

630 136 071 

706 207 418 

D) ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 


EEM3 








299 700 

316 080 

339 300 

E) INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES 


EIS3 








1 923 760 

1 998 120 

2 109 640 

F) MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS 


EMB3 








25 880 206 

26 933 919 

28 526 937 

G) PARKS AND GREENING 


EPK3 








904 046 

1 436 147 

2 962 302 

H) ROADS AND STORMWATER 


ERS3 








26 469 312 

22 141 429 

27 672 754 

H) SANITATION SERVICES 


ESR3 








103 873 863 

104 689 324 

107 822 862 

1) SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT 


ESW3 








105 843 698 

108 233 356 

115 176 430 

J) SPORT AND RECREATION FACILITIES 


ESP3 








2 997 694 

2 523 207 

3 050 658 

K) WATER SERVICES 


EWS3 








118 332 358 

105 089 166 

109 893 678 


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TABLE SA4 


| Steve T shwete Municipality 

! - MP313 | 

Strategic Objective 

Goal 

Goal 

Code 

Ref 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013114 

Current Year 2014/15 

2014/15 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 
Framework 

Audited Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year +1 
2016/17 

Budget Year +2 
2017/18 

KPA - SPATIAL AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING SOCIETY 

WHICH IS INTEGRATED AND 
DEVELOPED 












A) CULTURAL SERVICES 


FCS4 








95 645 

98 710 

101 990 

B) HUMAN SETTLEMENT 


FHS4 








987 220 

73 765 

73 889 

C) LICENCING SERVICES 


FLS4 








24 182 070 

25 028 353 

26 262 028 

D) SAFETY AND EMERGENCY SERVICES 


FSE4 








19 665 597 

17 321 613 

18 562 050 

E) SPATIAL PLANNING AND LAND USE 
MANAGEMENT 


FSP4 








4 073 097 

3 841 749 

3 735429 

Allocations to other priorities 



2 










Total Revenue (excluding capital transfers and contributions) 



1 

983 427 863 

1 083 091 434 

1313 732 480 

1398 882 473 

1 305 086 115 

1 305 086 115 

1 474 943 140 

1 548 273 210 

1 682 191 245 


Strategic goal: 

KPA A: Goal 1 - Creating a municipality which is .through its financial and human capital together with all other resources, totally focused on the well being of all 
its citizens 

KPA B: Goal 1 - Creating a municipality which is .through its financial and human capital together with all other resources, totally focused on the well being of all 
its citizens 

KPA C: Goal 1 - Creating a municipality which is .through its financial and human capital together with all other resources, totally focused on the well being of all 
its citizens 

KPA D: Goal 2 - Economic growth and poverty alleviation 

KPA E: Goal 3 - All residents enjoy the best possible level of municipality services 

KPA F: Goal 4 - Creating space within a caring society is economically, spatial, environmentally and socially integrated and developed 


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TABLE SA5 


Steve Tshwete Municipality - MP313 j 

Strategic Objective 

Goal 

Goal 

Code 

Ref 

2011112 

2012113 

2013/14 

Current Year 2014/15 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure Framework 

Audited Outcome 

Audited Outcome 

Audited Outcome 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Full Year Forecast 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year +1 
2016/17 

Budget Year +2 
2017/18 

Indigent Support 













Property Services 

KPA A: Good government and public 
Darticioation 

PA1BT 


6 887 110 

12 059 548 

14 683 154 

15 839 246 

16 413 965 

16 413 965 




Electricity Services 

KPA A: Good government and public 
Darticioation 

PA1ED 


6 551 194 

6 033 884 

6 464 339 

7 335 313 

6 885 839 

6 885 839 




Water Services 

KPA A: Good government and public 
Darticioation 

PA1TW 


3 262 078 

4 294 066 

4 938 491 

2 278 508 

5 331 630 

5 331 630 




Sanitation Services 

KPA A: Good government and public 
Darticioation 

PA1W 

W 


10 567 450 

12 563 182 

14 183 836 

15 171 105 

15 473 430 

15 473 430 




Refuse Removal 

KPA A: Good government and public 
Darticioation 

PA1WM 


11 270 245 

13 602 624 

16 202 468 

17 433 655 

18 603 428 

18 603 428 




Ensure effective community participation 

KPA A: Good government and public 
Darticioation 

CP1CO 




2 676 286 

3 234 027 

3 570 778 

3 570 778 




Provide support for the provision of 
services 













Information Technology and MIG Project 
Manaaement 

KPA A: Good government and public 
Darticioation 

SS1EX 


33 440 544 

36 578 722 

82 142 280 

85 463 450 

84 333 092 

84 333 092 




Mayoral and Municipal Manager Office 

KPA C: Financial management and viability 

SS1CO 




15 919 327 

18 845 699 

19 171 273 

19 171 273 




Other Admin(Civil Enginnering) 

KPA C: Financial management and viability 

SS3CO 




7 777 888 

9 085 114 

8 967 546 

8 967 546 




Guide and informs the municipal strategic 
Dlannina and develooment 

KPA B: Municipal transformation and 
Organisational develooment 

MP1PD 




2 521 711 

3 234439 

3 232 893 

3 232 893 




Provision of transformed human capital and 
labour relations 

KPA B: Municipal transformation and 
Organisational develooment 

HC1CO 


80 984 169 

90 952 436 

9 732 391 

12 098 901 

11 964 758 

11 964 758 




Continue with sustainable and 
Accountable finacial management 













Finacial management 

KPA C: Financial management and viability 

FV1BT 


35 106 939 

34 289 166 

38 564 796 

47 788 271 

47 115 888 

47 115 888 




Property Rate Services 

KPA C: Financial management and viability 

FV1CO 


35 654472 

76 843 398 

48 596 923 

24 443 949 

24 779 872 

24 779 872 




Provide sustainable social and 

economic develooment programmes 













Local Economic Development 

KPA D: Local Economic Development 

SE4CS 


2 089 814 

2 646 700 

3 125 482 

3 842 265 

3 866 552 

3 866 552 




Other Social 

KPA D: Local Economic Development 

LD2PD 




779 660 

1 163 346 

1 225 687 

1 225 687 




Development of sustainable communities 
bv orovidina accessible facilities 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Develooment 

DP3PK 











Promote healthy lifestyle through provision 
of facilities 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Develooment 

DS3PK 




40 915 512 

45 161 063 

46 282 431 

46 282 431 




Provide and upgrade building facilities 













Community & Social Service Provision 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Develooment 

ESD3 


67 354 218 

77 808 333 








Municipal Buildings 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Develooment 

BF3CO 




25 961 710 

33 175 612 

32 452 056 

32 452 056 




Community Halls 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Develooment 

BF3CS 




9 240 673 

9 965 349 

10 518 836 

10 518 836 




Community Halls(Public Toilets) 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Develooment 

BF3W 

W 


1 761 429 

1 847 476 

1 984 945 

2 078 518 

2 075 886 

2 075 886 




Provision of affordable and sustainable 
basic and new infrastructure 













Cemetry Services 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Develooment 

IS3CS 




4 896 870 

6 061 167 

6 115 650 

6 115 650 




Electricity Infrasctructure Development 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Develooment 

IS3ED 


312 371 484 

358 842 982 

377 956 674 

434 848 858 

434 023 333 

434 023 333 




Street Lighting Infrasctructure Development 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Develooment 

IS3PS 


4 886 327 

4 843 312 

9 087 317 

11 200 850 

11 298 926 

11 298 926 




Road Infrastructure Development 

KPA E: Sen/ice Delivery and Infrastructure 
Develooment 

IS3TP 


80 254 994 

68 130 221 

71 687 000 

83 086 084 

83 527 229 

83 527 229 




Water Infrastructure Development 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Develooment 

IS3TW 


51 060 715 

53 372 371 

66 550 250 

85 169 360 

83 142 640 

83 142 640 




Solid Waste Infrastructure Development 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Development 

IS3WM 


36 138 388 

41 508 437 

53 486 680 

56 424 691 

58 290 524 

58 290 524 




Waste Water Infrastructure Development 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Development 

IS3WW 


37 941 584 

42 783 202 

48 763 563 

65 170 542 

65 866 112 

65 866 112 




Comply with Green Environment Strategy 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Development 

GE3W 

M 


7 575 584 

8 995 316 

9 787 844 

10 816 842 

10 291 607 

10 291 607 




Contribute to a healthy well informed 
community 

KPA F: Spatial Planning and Land use 
Management 

IC4CS 




10 252 335 

10 726 618 

11 201 846 

11 201 846 




Provide safety and security to human 
life 













Emergency and Traffic Services 

KPA F: Spatial Planning and Land use 
Management 

SH4PS 


48 967 077 

56 496 329 

71 926 994 

72 247 782 

80 330456 

80 330 456 




Security Services 

KPA F: Spatial Planning and Land use 
Management 

SH4CO 




2 593 685 

3 154 215 

2 985 618 

2 985 618 




Human Settlement Services 

KPA F: Spatial Planning and Land use 
Management 

SH4HS 




9 354 335 

91 470 502 

14 759 161 

14 759 161 




Human Settlement Services(Rental of 
Hostel) 

KPA F: Spatial Planning and Land use 
Management 

SH4CS 




789 380 

915 556 

970 284 

970 284 




Environmental Health Services 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Development 

SH3HL 


21 118 403 

23 409 159 

8 465 169 

6 004 395 

6 422 671 

6 422 671 




Provide sustainable public services 

KPA F: Spatial Planning and Land use 
Management 

LS4TP 


11 212 203 

12 842 797 

16 384 732 

18 752 981 

19 205 877 

19 205 877 




Sustainable rural and urban planning and 
green development 

KPA F: Spatial Planning and Land use 
Management 

TD2PD 


7 147 842 

8 182 823 

10 894 683 

13 588 971 

13 388 105 

13 388 105 




Other Priorities 













Enviromental Vehicle 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Development 

OP5PK 




10 043 274 

11 639 572 

11 574 315 

11 574 315 




Civil Vehicles Workshop 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Development 

OP5CO 




11 475 125 

13 469 355 

13 669 197 

13 669 197 




Electricity Workshop 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Develooment 

IS5ED 












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TABLE SA5 


Steve Tshwete Municipality - MP313 j 

Strategic Objective 

Goal 

Goal 

Code 

Ref 

2011112 

2012113 

2013/14 

Current Year 2014/15 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure Framework 




Audited Outcome 

Audited Outcome 

Audited Outcome 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Full Year Forecast 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year +1 
2016/17 

Budget Year +2 
2017/18 














KPA - FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND 

VIABILITY 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY WHICH IS 

FOCUSED ON THE WELL BEING OF ALL 
ITS CITIZENS 












A) FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND 
VIABILITY 


CFV1 








112 753 385 

122 076 411 

126 903 051 

KPA - GOOD GOVERNANCE AND 

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY WHICH IS 

FOCUSED ON THE WELL BEING OF ALL 
ITS CITIZENS 












A) GOOD GOVERNANCE 


AGG1 








107 048 998 

112 650 102 

121 417 137 

B) COMMUNICATIONS 


AGC1 








4 273 764 

4 516 720 

4 804 028 

C) IDP AND PERFORMANCE 
MANAGEMENT 


AIP1 








7 903 152 

10 506 851 

9 107 574 

KPA - LOCAL ECONOMIC 
DEVELOPMENT 

ECONOMIC GROWTH AND POVERTY 

ALLEVIATION 












A) LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 


DLE2 








1 235 970 

1 313 693 

1 401 480 

KPA - MUNICIPAL TRANSFORMATION CREATING A MUNICIPALITY WHICH IS 

AND ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT TOTALLY FOCUSED ON THE WELL BEING 

OF ALL ITS CITIZENS 












A) ORGANAZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 


BOD1 








13 282 142 

14 245 565 

15 349 617 

KPA - SERVICE DELIVERY AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST LEVEL OF 

MUNICIPAL SERVICES 












A) CEMETRIES 


ECM3 








6 649 249 

6 777 464 

7 389 463 

B) COMMUNITY FACILITIES 


ECF3 








16 256 376 

17 188 420 

17 942 544 

C) ELECTRICITY SERVICES 


EES3 








497 981 881 

559 178 340 

629 419 649 

D) ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 


EEM3 








4 686 437 

4 989 315 

5 346 532 

E) INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES 


EIS3 








16 365 769 

17 162 888 

18 441 362 

F) MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS 


EMB3 








42 770 543 

43 876 025 

45 023414 

G) PARKS AND GREENING 


EPK3 








48 429 401 

50 308 382 

53 211 745 

H) ROADS AND STORMWATER 


ERS3 








82 438 664 

83 915 149 

84 359 578 

H) SANITATION SERVICES 


ESR3 








86 201 087 

92 779 986 

99 748 686 

1) SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT 


ESW3 








92 872 547 

98 370 525 

104 688 452 

J) SPORT AND RECREATION FACILITIES 


ESP3 








15 866 317 

16 880 201 

17 608 700 

K) WATER SERVICES 


EWS3 








95 670 761 

104 317 625 

112 883 087 

KPA - SPATIAL AND COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND DEVELOPED 












A) CULTURAL SERVICES 


FCS4 








12 593 623 

13 408 071 

14 301 870 

B) HUMAN SETTLEMENT 


FHS4 








13 393 558 

13 885 086 

14 926 598 

C) LICENCING SERVICES 


FLS4 








21 304 937 

23 155 869 

24 537 852 

D) SAFETY AND EMERGENCY 

SERVICES 


FSE4 








88 914 730 

94 655 107 

101 790 725 

E) SPATIAL PLANNING AND LAND USE 
MANAGEMENT 


FSP4 








13 936 811 

13 173 977 

13 773 769 

Allocations to other priorities 













Total Expenditure 

1 

913 604 263 

1 048 926 483 

1 140 807 781 

1 352 386 171 

1 289 329 391 

1 289 329 391 

1 402 830 102 

1 519 331 772 

1 644 376 913 


Strategic goal: 

KPA A: Goal 1 - Creating a municipality which is .through its financial and human capital together with all other resources, totally focused on 
the well being of all its citizens 

KPA B: Goal 1 - Creating a municipality which is .through its financial and human capital together with all other resources, totally focused on 
the well being of all its citizens 

KPA C: Goal 1 - Creating a municipality which is .through its financial and human capital together with all other resources, totally focused on 
the well being of all its citizens 

KPA D: Goal 2 - Economic growth and poverty alleviation 

KPA E: Goal 3 - All residents enjoy the best possible level of municipality services 

KPA F: Goal 4 - Creating space within a caring society is economically, spatial, environmentally and socially integrated and developed 


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TABLE SA6 


| Steve Tshwete Municipality - MP313 | 

Strategic Objective 

Goal 

Goal 

Code 

Ref 

2011fl2 

2012fl3 

2013/14 

Current Year 2014/15 

2015116 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure Framework 

Audited Outcome 

Audited Outcome 

Audited Outcome 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Full Year Forecast 

Budget Year 2015/16 

Budget Year +1 2016/17 

Budget Year + 2 2017/18 

Comply with Green Environment 
Strategy 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Development 

GE3WM 











Property Services: 













Property Services 

KPA C: Financial management and 
viability 

FV1CO 


3 480 085 

21 845 324 

848 331 

134 000 

282 000 

282 000 




Financial Management 

KPA C: Financial management and 
viability 

FV1BT 


1 663 017 

447 171 

691 569 

1 394 000 

962 000 

962 000 




Contribute to a healthy well 
informed community 

KPA F: Spatial Planning and Land use 
Manaqement 

IC4CS 




476 408 

990 000 

990 000 

990 000 




Development of sustainable 
communities by providing 
accessible facilities 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Development 

DP3PK 




7 516 577 

3 615 000 

7 667 270 

7 667 270 




Ensure effective community 
participation 

KPA A: Good government and public 
participation 

CP1CO 




44 527 

118 000 

118 000 

118 000 




Guide and informs the municipal 
strategic planning and development 

KPA B: Municipal transformation and 
Organisational development 

MP1PD 





25 000 

25 000 

25 000 




Promote healthy lifestyle through 
provision of facilities 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Development 

DS3PK 





4 077 000 






Provide and upgrade building 
facilities 













Community & Social Service 
Provision 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Development 

SD3 


45 971 290 

22 991 113 








Municipal Buildings 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Development 

BF3CO 




19 137 327 

5 135 000 

11 820 720 

11 820 720 




Community Halls 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Development 

BF3CS 




5 518 321 

2 470 000 

2 819 300 

2 819 300 




Community Halls(Public Toilets) 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Development 

BF3WW 





350 000 

350 000 

350 000 




Provide safety and security to 
huma life 













Provide & Ensure Safe Environment 

KPA F: Spatial Planning and Land use 
Management 

SD4 


4 241 067 

8 910 374 








Emergency and Traffic Services 

KPA F: Spatial Planning and Land use 
Management 

SH4PS 




6 105 450 

3 246 000 

4 229 813 

4 229 813 




Security Services 

KPA F: Spatial Planning and Land use 
Management 

SH4CO 




167 366 

180 000 

180 000 

180 000 




Human Settlement Services 

KPA F: Spatial Planning and Land use 
Management 

SH4HS 




162 298 

143 000 

143 000 

143 000 




Human Settlement Services(Rental 
of Hostel) 

KPA F: Spatial Planning and Land use 
Management 

SH4CS 











Environmental Health Services 

KPA F: Spatial Planning and Land use 
Management 

SH3HL 


1 335 247 

790 450 



500 000 

500 000 




Clinis Services 

KPA F: Spatial Planning and Land use 
Management 

3HL 




46 018 







Provide support for the provision 
of services 













Executive and Council 

KPA A: Good government and public 
participation 

SS1EX 


351 750 

76 592 

932 577 

1 127 000 

1 207 000 

1 207 000 




Other Admin 

KPA A: Good government and public 
participation 

SS1CO 




2 530 735 

2 369 500 

2 738 500 

2 738 500 




Other Admin(Civil Enginnering) 

KPA A: Good government and public 
participation 

SS3CO 




37 634 

15 000 

15 000 

15 000 




Provide sustainable public services 

KPA F: Spatial Planning and Land use 
Management 

LS4TP 




1 013 612 

5 400 000 

5400 000 

5 400 000 




Provide sustainable social and 
economic development 













Local Economic Development 

KPA D: Local Economic Development 

SE4CS 


19 035 

1599 








Other Social 

KPA D: Local Economic Development 

LD2PD 




227 010 

18 000 

18 000 

18 000 




Provision of affordable and 

sustainable basic and new 













Cemetry Services 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Development 

IS3CS 




2 811 680 

4 210 000 

2 210 000 

2 210 000 




Electricity Infrasctructure 
Development 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Development 

IS3ED 


41 867 367 

23 855 934 

33 881 652 

40 270 000 

51 879 743 

51 879 743 




Street Lighting Infrasctructure 
Development 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Development 

IS3PS 




2 739 742 

4 000 000 

2 100 000 

2 100 000 




Road Infrastructure Development 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Development 

IS3TP 


73 701 703 

80 951 428 

72 452 044 

65 553 980 

75 802 975 

75 802 975 




Water Infrastructure Development 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Development 

IS3TW 


7 536 681 

23 967 911 

44 119 482 

15 980 000 

30 913 366 

30 913 366 




Solid Waste Infrastructure 
Development 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Development 

IS3WM 


3 402 604 

4 664 247 

4 075 086 

4 925 000 

6 659 900 

6 659 900 




Waste Water Infrastructure 
Development 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Development 

IS3WW 


39 569 472 

28 133 725 

24 553 765 

14 047 700 

37 394 990 

37 394 990 




Provision of transformed human 
capital and labour relations 

KPA B: Municipal transformation and 
Organisational development 

HC1CO 


7 348 133 

7 711 797 

76 014 

70 000 

70 000 

70 000 




Sustainable rural and urban 
planning and green development 

KPA F: Spatial Planning and Land use 
Management 

TD2PD 


2 384 642 

3 883 985 

68 137 981 

466 000 

5 271 000 

5 271 000 




Other Priorities 













Enviromental Vehicle 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Development 

OP5PK 




3 210 553 

3 140 000 

3 704 000 

3 704 000 




Civil Vehicles Workshop 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Development 

OP5CO 




3 455 008 

3 210 000 

7 582 900 

7 582 900 




Electricity Workshop 

KPA E: Service Delivery and Infrastructure 
Development 

IS5ED 




2 266 445 

1 220 000 

1 180 000 

1 180 000 





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| Steve Tshwete Municipality - MP313 | 

Strategic Objective 

Goal 

Goal 

Code 

Ref 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 

Current Year 2014/15 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure Framework 

Audited Outcome 

Audited Outcome 

Audited Outcome 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Full Year Forecast 

Budget Year 2015/16 

Budget Year +1 2016/17 

Budget Year + 2 2017/18 














KPA - FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 

AND VIABILITY 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY WHICH IS 

FOCUSED ON THE WELL BEING OF 

ALL ITS CITIZENS 












A) FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 

AND VIABILITY 


CFV1 








605 000 

2 443 000 

508 000 

KPA - GOOD GOVERNANCE AND 

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY WHICH IS 

FOCUSED ON THE WELL BEING OF 

ALL ITS CITIZENS 












A) GOOD GOVERNANCE 


AGG1 








3 348 500 

3 204 000 

3 015 700 

B) COMMUNICATIONS 


AGC1 









83 000 

100 000 

C) IDP AND PERFORMANCE 
MANAGEMENT 


AIP1 








6 000 

8 000 

3 000 

KPA - LOCAL ECONOMIC 

DEVELOPMENT 

ECONOMIC GROWTH AND POVERTY 

ALLEVIATION 












A) LOCAL ECONOMIC 
DEVELOPMENT 


DLE2 








1500 



KPA - MUNICIPAL 

TRANSFORMATION AND 
ORGANIZATIONAL 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY WHICH IS 

TOTALLY FOCUSED ON THE WELL 
BEING OF ALL ITS CITIZENS 












A) ORGANAZATIONAL 
DEVELOPMENT 


BOD1 








12 000 

43 000 

51 000 

KPA - SERVICE DELIVERY AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST LEVEL 

OF MUNICIPAL SERVICES 












A) CEMETRIES 


ECM3 








4 830 000 

3 700 000 

6 550 000 

B) COMMUNITY FACILITIES 


ECF3 








1 363 000 

5 060 000 

7 997 000 

C) ELECTRICITY SERVICES 


EES3 








64 106 000 

47 865 000 

48 807 000 

D) ENVIRONMENTAL 
MANAGEMENT 


EEM3 











E) INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES 


EIS3 








3 742 000 

2 103 000 

2 958 000 

F) MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS 


EMB3 








6 476 500 

4 995 000 

3 600 000 

G) PARKS AND GREENING 


EPK3 








4 653 000 

4 097 000 

7 310 500 

H) ROADS AND STORMWATER 


ERS3 








52 310 000 

61 871 699 

67 522 360 

H) SANITATION SERVICES 


ESR3 








31 507 980 

48 827 294 

20 066 450 

1) SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT 


ESW3 








14 940 764 

10 355 600 

9 066 000 

J) SPORT AND RECREATION 
FACILITIES 


ESP3 








4 220 000 

4 278 000 

3 988 000 

K) WATER SERVICES 


EWS3 








33 376 516 

41 886 387 

40 591 000 

KPA - SPATIAL AND COMMUNITY 
DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING SOCIETY WHICH 
IS INTEGRATED AND DEVELOPED 












A) CULTURAL SERVICES 


FCS4 








670 000 

542 000 

625 000 

B) HUMAN SETTLEMENT 


FHS4 








500 000 

170 000 

155 000 

C) LICENCING SERVICES 


FLS4 









20 000 

390 000 

D) SAFETY AND EMERGENCY 
SERVICES 


FSE4 








8 550 000 

3 450 500 

3 986 850 

E) SPATIAL PLANNING AND LAND 
USE MANAGEMENT 


FSP4 








1 150 000 

3 000 


Allocations to other priorities 



T~ 










Total Capital Expenditure 



1 

232 872 093 

228 231 650 

307 235 212 

187 899 180 

264 234477 

264 234477 

236 368 760 

245 005 480 

227 290 860 


Strategic goal: 

KPA A: Goal 1 - Creating a municipality which is .through its financial and human capital together with all other resources, totally focused on the well 
being of all its citizens 

KPA B: Goal 1 - Creating a municipality which is .through its financial and human capital together with all other resources, totally focused on the well 
being of all its citizens 

KPA C: Goal 1 - Creating a municipality which is .through its financial and human capital together with all other resources, totally focused on the well 
being of all its citizens 

KPA D: Goal 2 - Economic growth and poverty alleviation 

KPA E: Goal 3 - All residents enjoy the best possible level of municipality services 

KPA F: Goal 4 - Creating space within a caring society is economically, spatial, environmentally and socially integrated and developed 


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MEASURABLE PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES 


TABLE SA7 


Steve Tshwete Municipality - MP313 


Description 

Unit of measurement 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 

Current Year 2014/15 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 
Framework 

Audited Outcome 

Audited Outcome 

Audited Outcome 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Full Year Forecast 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year +1 
2016/17 

Budget Year +2 
2017/18 

Governance and Administration 











Corporate Services 











Property Services 












Number of new buildings facilities constructed 




1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

Create additional facilities for community needs 











Trading Services 











Waste Managment 











Solid Waste 











Reduce illegal dumping 

Number of mini waste transfer stations constructed 


6 









Number of transfer stations constructed 

1 



1 

1 

1 


1 


Water Distribution 











Water Distribution 











Providing water to new developments. 

Number of residential stands to be linked and 




360 

360 

360 

378 

415 

210 


connected to water infrastructure 











Number of business/industrial stands to be linked and 




55 

55 

55 





connected to water infrastructure 










Managing water infrastructure assets. 

Install / replace fire hydrants 




30 

30 

30 





Replace bulk flow meters 




1 

1 

1 





Replace water pipes per meter 




2 300 

2 300 

2 300 





Replace number of water meters : Residential 




480 

480 

480 





Replace number of water meters : 




35 

35 

35 





Commercial/Industrial 










Provide water in remote areas 

Water services in Rural areas : Windpumps 




1 

1 

1 





Water services in Rural areas : Water tanks 




32 

32 

32 




Water Purification 











Install and Implement security measures 

Replace fencing per m 










Electricity Services 











Electricity Distribution 











Provide infrastructure and connections to all new 

New RDP House connections 

261 

156 

248 

1192 

1192 

1192 

425 

300 

300 

developments 












New Pre-paid Household connections 

939 

1270 

725 

1001 

1001 

1001 

1925 

915 

1000 


Number of new stands (middle income) linked to 

638 

1114 

522 

145 

145 

145 

1000 

500 

500 


electrical infrastructure 











Number of new stands (low income) linked to electrical 

300 

250 

250 

43 

43 

43 

500 

115 

200 


infrastructure 










Install and upgrade of infrastructure for service 

Number of prepayment meters replaced 

623 

648 

589 

123 

123 

123 

600 

600 

600 

delivery 












Number of meter kiosks replaced 

30 

30 

30 

23 

23 

23 

30 

30 

30 


Km of overhead lines replaced 







1 

1 

1 


New/replacing of cable per km 

0 

1 

1 

12 

12 

12 

2 

2 

2 

Install and Implement security measures 

Fencing per m 

40 

40 

40 

40 

40 

40 

40 

40 

40 

Provide area lighting where required. 

Number of new streetlights 

60 

60 

60 

200 

200 

200 

80 

80 

80 


Number of new highmasts 

4 

4 

4 

20 

20 

20 

5 

5 

5 


Number of streetlights upgraded 

50 

50 

50 

110 

110 

110 

40 

32 

32 

Waste Wafer Management 











Sewerage 











By providing sewer networks to new 

Number of households to be linked and connectedon 




315^ 

315 

31iT 




developments 












Bulk supply (outfall sewer) per m 




15 

15 

15 




Managing sewer infrastructure assets 

Replace pipeline per m 




420 

420 

420 




Providing sanitation solutions in rural areas and 

Biological toilets 




83 

83 

83 




informal settlements 











Install and Implement security measures 

Replace fencing per m 




1500 

1500 

1500 




Community and public safety 











Public Safety 











Traffic 











To improve the free flow of traffic. 

Number of new traffic signs 




270 

270 

270 

600 

580 

580 


Number of new traffic signals 




3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

2 


Number of new speed humps to be erected 




25 

25 

25 

18 

16 

15 

Economic Services 











Road Transport 











Roads and Stormwater 











Constructing new roads where required 

Km of new tarred roads constructed 




9 

9 

9 

10 

12 

13 


Number of Taxi laybyes 




4 

4 

4 

3 

3 

4 

Rehabilitation of roads 

Km of roads resealed 




3 

3 

3 

4 

5 

5 


Km of gravel roads graded 










Rehabilitation of roads 

Km of new stormwater to be installed 




3 

3 

3 

4 

4 

6 


Stormwater to be replaced per km 




0 

0 

0 




Providing and replacing storm water infrastructure 

Number of subsurface drains 




910 

910 

910 

500 

502 

508 

where required. 























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PERFORMANCE INDICATORS AND BENCHMARKS 


TABLE SA8 


] Steve Tshwete Municipality -MP313 \ 

Description of financial indicator 

Basis of calculation 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 

| Current Year 2014/15 

1 2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 1 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Pre-audit 

outcome 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year +1 
2016/17 

Budget Year +2 
2017/18 

Borrowinq Manaqement 
























Credit Rating 












Capital Charges to Operating Expenditure 

Capital Charges to Own Revenue 

Borrowed funding of 'own' capital expenditure 

Interest & Principal Paid /Operating Expenditure 

Finance charges & Repayment of borrowing 
/Own Revenue 

Borrowing/Capital expenditure excl. transfers 
and grants and contributions 

3.7% 

2.4% 

2.0% 

3.3% 

3.5% 

3.5% 

3.5% 

3.4% 

4.0% 

4.3% 

4.1% 

2.8% 

2.1% 

4.0% 

4.1% 

4.1% 

4.1% 

3.9% 

4.6% 

4.9% 

0.0% 

0.0% 

0.0% 

56.3% 

60.4% 

60.4% 

60.4% 

56.2% 

59.5% 

58.2% 

Safety of Capital 












Gearing 

Long Term Borrowing/ Funds & Reserves 

62.8% 

51.6% 

41.9% 

172.9% 

189.1% 

189.1% 

90.2% 

103.5% 

108.5% 

98.3% 

Liquidity 












Current Ratio 

Current Ratio adjusted for aged debtors 

Liquidity Ratio 

Current assets/current liabilities 

Current assets less debtors > 90 days/current 
liabilities 

Monetary Assets/Current Liabilities 

2.6 

2.5 

2.8 

2.6 

2.1 

2.1 

2.7 

2.6 

2.7 

2.7 

2.6 

2.5 

2.8 

2.6 

2.1 

2.1 

2.7 

2.6 

2.7 

2.7 

2.0 

1.9 

1.8 

2.2 

1.6 

1.6 

1.8 

2.1 

2.2 

2.2 

Revenue Manaqement 












Annual Debtors Collection Rate (Payment Level %) 

Current Debtors Collection Rate (Cash receipts % of 
Ratepayer & Other revenue) 

Outstanding Debtors to Revenue 

Longstanding Debtors Recovered 

Last 12 Mths Receipts/Last 12 Mths Billing 

Total Outstanding Debtors to Annual Revenue 

Debtors > 12 Mths Recovered/Total Debtors > 
12 Months Old 


100.1% 

100.0% 

100.0% 

100.0% 

100.0% 

104.8% 

104.8% 

100.0% 

100.0% 

100.0% 

100.0% 

100.0% 

100.0% 

100.0% 

104.8% 

104.8% 

100.0% 

100.0% 

100.0% 

10.7% 

8.4% 

8.2% 

4.7% 

5.0% 

5.0% 

6.9% 

6.4% 

6.0% 

5.7% 











Creditors Manaqement 












Creditors System Efficiency 

Creditors to Cash and Investments 

% of Creditors Paid Within Terms 
(within'MFMA 1 s 65(e)) 

100.0% 

100.0% 

100.0% 

100.0% 

100.0% 

100.0% 

100.0% 

100.0% 

100.0% 

100.0% 

195.7% 

221.6% 

177.5% 

343.5% 

247.5% 

186.9% 

198.1% 

228.9% 

230.2% 

225.9% 











Other Indicators 












Electricity Distribution Losses (2) 

Total Volume Losses (kVty 

Total Cost of Losses (Rand ’000) 

% Volume (units purchased and generated 
less units sold)/units purchased and 

51 152134 

29400 372 

41 633 893 

49111 471 

49111 471 

49111 471 

49111 471 

38 118 756 

51 567 043 

54145 395 

56 852 665 

39 702 654 

24 698 970 

41 633 894 

38 118 756 

38 118 756 

38118 756 

40 025 000 

42 026 000 

44 127 000 










Water Distribution Losses (2) 

Total Volume Losses (kf) 

Total Cost of Losses (Rand ’000) 

% Volume (units purchased and generated less 
units sold)/units purchased and generated 

4 109 956 

3 567 630 

4 020 990 

3132 936 

3132 936 

3132 936 

3132 936 

3 289 583 

3 454 061 

3 626 765 

4 646 979 

5167 409 

9 567 918 

3 542 297 

3 542 297 

3 542 297 

3 542 297 

3719411 

3 905 382 

4100 651 

24.47% 

22.22% 

25.49% 

15.00% 

15.00% 

15.00% 

15.00% 




Employee costs 

Remuneration 

Repairs & Maintenance 

Finance charges & Depreciation 

IDP requlation financial viability indicators 

i. Debt coverage 

ii. O/S Service Debtors to Revenue 

iii. Cost coverage 

Employee costs/(Total Revenue - capital 
revenue) 

Total remuneration/(Total Revenue - capital 
revenue) 

R&M/(Total Revenue excluding capital revenue) 

FC&D/(Total Revenue - capital revenue) 

(Total Operating Revenue - Operating 
Grants)/Debt service payments due within 

Total outstanding service debtors/annual 
revenue received for services 

(Available cash + lnvestments)/monthly fixed 
operational expenditure 

27.9% 

28.8% 

25.7% 

26.4% 

28.5% 

28.5% 

28.5% 

28.3% 

28.2% 

27.9% 

26.3% 

26.7% 

27.1% 

27.9% 

29.9% 

29.9% 


29.7% 

29.6% 

29.3% 

5.2% 

5.1% 

4.1% 

4.1% 

5.4% 

5.4% 


5.4% 

5.4% 

5.2% 

19.3% 

16.3% 

13.6% 

15.7% 

16.8% 

16.8% 

16.8% 

13.8% 

13.3% 

12.5% 











22.9 

25.2 

27.8 

27.8 

27.8 

27.8 

27.5 

28.5 

27.6 

30.0 

13.8% 

10.5% 

10.8% 

6.1% 

6.1% 

6.1% 

8.3% 

7.9% 

7.4% 

7.0% 

1.1 

0.9 

1.2 

0.5 

0.8 

1.0 

1.0 

0.8 

0.8 

0.8 


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SOCIAL, ECONOMIC AND DEMOGRAPIC STATISTICS AND ASSUMPTIONS 


TABLE SA9 


1 

Steve Tshwete Municipality - 

MP313 







1 







2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 

Current Year 

1 2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 1 










2014/15 


Framework 


Description of economic indicator 


Basis of calculation 

2001 Census 

2007 Survey 

2011 Census 














Outcome 

Outcome 

Outcome 

Original Budget 

Outcome 

Outcome 

Outcome 


Ref. 












uemoqrapmcs 













Population 


Population growth per year is 4.76% as per census 

135412 

142 769 

182 503 

182 503 

191 190 

200 291 

209 825 

219 812 

230 275 

241 236 

Females aged 5 - 14 



13 027 

23 138 

17 613 

17 613 

18451 

19 330 

20 250 

21 214 

22 223 

23 281 

Males aged 5 - 14 



13 270 

22 862 

17 712 

17 712 

18 555 

19 438 

20 364 

21 333 

22 348 

23 412 

Females aged 15 - 34 



25 827 

32 889 

40 886 

40 886 

42 832 

44 871 

47 007 

49 244 

51 588 

54 044 

Males aged 15 - 34 



26 307 

38453 

47 935 

47 935 

50 217 

52 607 

55111 

57 734 

60483 

63 362 

Unemployment 



22 795 

22 672 

21 101 

21 101 

22105 

23158 

24 260 

25415 

26 624 

27 892 

Monthly household income (no. ot households) 

1, 12 












No income 


Monthly household income growth per year is 2% as per 



8 305 




8 641 

8 813 

8 990 

9169 

R1 - R 4800 





1721 




1791 

1826 

1863 

1900 

R4 801 - R9 600 





2 727 




2 837 

2 894 

2 952 

3 011 

R9 601 - R19 600 





7 356 




7 653 

7 806 

7 962 

8122 

R19 601 - R38 200 





10467 




10 890 

11 108 

11 330 

11 556 

R38 201 - R76 400 





11074 




11 521 

11 752 

11 987 

12 227 

R76401-R153 800 





9 294 




9 669 

9 863 

10 060 

10 261 

R153 801 - R307 600 





7 396 




7 695 

7 849 

8 006 

8166 

R307 601 - R614 400 





4 580 




4 765 

4 860 

4 958 

5 057 

R614 401 - R1 228 800 





1462 




1521 

1551 

1583 

1614 

R1 228 801 - R2 457 600 





339 




353 

360 

367 

374 

> R2 457 601 





251 




261 

266 

272 

277 

Poverty profiles (no. ot nousenolds) 













< R2 060 per household per month 

13.0 












Insert description 

2.0 












Househoid/demoqraphics (UUU) 













Number of people in municipal area 


Population growth per year is 4.76% as per census 

142 772 

182 513 

229 831 

229 831 

240 771 

252 232 

264 238 

276 816 

289 992 

303 796 

Number of poor people in municipal area 



48 865 

52 220 

59 929 

59 929 

62 782 

65 770 

68 901 

72180 

75 616 

79 215 

Number of households in municipal area 



37115 

36 229 

64 971 

64 971 

68 064 

71303 

74 697 

78 253 

81 978 

85 880 

Number of poor households in municipal area 



13463 

14 590 

25 988 

25 988 

27 225 

28 521 

29 879 

31 301 

32 791 

34 352 

Definition of poor household (R per month) 













Housinq statistics 

3.0 












Formal 


Household growth per year is 5.6% as per census 

29 776 

28 800 

53 782 

53 782 

56 949 

60 138 

63 506 

67 062 

70 818 

74 784 

Informal 



6 937 

7453 

11 190 

11 190 

11 817 

12478 

13 177 

13 915 

14 694 

15 517 

Total number of households 



36 713 

36 253 

64 972 

64 972 

68 766 

72 617 

76 683 

80 977 

85 512 

90 301 

Dwellings provided by municipality 

4.0 












Dwellings provided by province/s 













Dwellings provided by private sector 

5.0 












Total new housing dwellings 













Economic 

6.0 












Inflation/inflation outlook (CPIX) 






5.9% 

5.9% 

5.3% 

6.2% 

4.8% 

5.9% 

5.6% 

Interest rate - borrowing 






10.5% 

10.5% 

10.5% 

9.3% 

9.3% 

9.3% 

9.8% 

Interest rate - investment 






5.5% 

5.5% 

5.5% 

5.5% 

5.5% 

5.8% 

6.1% 

Remuneration increases 






6.1% 

7.5% 

6.5% 

6.7% 

4.4% 

6.2% 

5.4% 

Consumption growth (electricity) 






1.5% 

1.0% 

1.0% 

1.0% 

2.0% 

2.0% 

2.0% 

Consumption growth (water) 






1.5% 

1.0% 

1.0% 

1.0% 

2.0% 

2.0% 

2.0% 

Collection rates 

7.0 












Property tax/service charges 






101.3% 

99% 

99% 

99% 

99% 

99% 

99% 

Rental of facilities & equipment 






98.0% 

98% 

99% 

99% 

99% 

99% 

99% 

Interest - external investments 






100.0% 

100% 

100% 

100% 

100% 

100% 

100% 

Interest - debtors 






98.0% 

98% 

98% 

98% 

99% 

99% 

99% 

Revenue from agency services 






100.0% 

100% 

100% 

100% 

100% 

100% 

100% 


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FUNDING MEASUREMENT 


TABLE SA10 


Steve Tshwete Municipality - MP313 


Description 

MFMA 

section 

Ref 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 

Current Year 2014/15 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure Framework 

Audited Outcome 

Audited Outcome 

Audited Outcome 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Full Year Forecast 

Pre-audit outcome 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year +1 
2016/17 

Budget Year +2 
2017/18 

Fundinq measures 













Cash/cash equivalents at the year end - R'000 

18(l)b 

1 

58440 

57 396 

82 355 

42 762 

59 348 

78 600 

78 600 

72176 

75 272 

81515 

Cash + investments at the yr end less applications - R'000 

18(l)b 

2 

169 922 

157467 

160 527 

270121 

120 386 

116 608 

141 250 

216 641 

176 513 

116 769 

Cash year end/monthly employee/supplier payments 

18(l)b 

3 

1.1 

0.9 

1.2 

0.5 

0.8 

1.0 

1.0 

0.8 

0.8 

0.8 

Surplus/(Deficit) excluding depreciation offsets: R'000 

18(1) 

4 

69 824 

34165 

172 925 

46 496 

15 757 

15 757 

(140 890) 

(66 492) 

(104 985) 

(92 377) 

Service charge rev % change - macro CPIX target exclusive 

18(l)a,(2) 

5 

N.A. 

8.8% 

7.4% 

1.9% 

(5.5%) 

(6.0%) 

(6.0%) 

4.6% 

3.7% 

3.3% 

Cash receipts % of Ratepayer & Other revenue 

18(l)a,(2) 

6 

104.4% 

99.8% 

96.7% 

99.9% 

99.9% 

93.7% 

93.7% 

99.9% 

99.9% 

99.9% 

Debt impairment expense as a % of total billable revenue 

18(l)a,(2) 

7 

0.7% 

0.8% 

1.3% 

0.8% 

1.7% 

1.7% 

1.7% 

1.6% 

1.6% 

1.5% 

Capital payments % of capital expenditure 

18(l)c;19 

8 

100.0% 

100.0% 

100.3% 

99.2% 

100.0% 

100.0% 

100.0% 

100.0% 

100.0% 

100.0% 

Borrowing receipts % of capital expenditure (excl. transfers) 

18(l)c 

9 

0.0% 

0.0% 

0.0% 

56.3% 

60.4% 

60.4% 

60.4% 

56.2% 

59.5% 

58.2% 

Grants % of Govt, legislated/gazetted allocations 

18(l)a 

10 








100.0% 

100.0% 

100.0% 

Current consumer debtors % change - incr(decr) 

18(l)a 

11 

N.A. 

(12.6%) 

17.8% 

(38.4%) 

0.0% 

0.0% 

36.7% 

43.4% 

2.2% 

3,0% 

Long term receivables % change - incr(decr) 

18(l)a 

12 

N.A. 

(29.4%) 

(30.0%) 

(100.0%) 

0.0% 

0,0% 

0.0% 

0.0% 

0.0% 

0.0% 

R&M % of Property Plant & Equipment 

20(l)(vi) 

13 

0.8% 

0.9% 

0.8% 

0.9% 

1.1% 

1.1% 

1.2% 

1.2% 

1.3% 

1.3% 

Asset renewal % of capital budget 

20(l)(vi) 

14 

47.7% 

15.2% 

18.5% 

28.3% 

32.0% 

32.0% 

0.0% 

41.3% 

42.7% 

35.9% 

Supporting indicators 













% incr total service charges (incl prop rates) 

18(l)a 



14.8% 

13.4% 

7.9% 

0.5% 

0.0% 

0.0% 

10.6% 

9.7% 

9.3% 

% incr Property Tax 

18(l)a 



16.1% 

14.8% 

3.2% 

2.2% 

0.0% 

0.0% 

8.1% 

4.9% 

3.3% 

% incr Service charges - electricity revenue 

18(l)a 



14.3% 

14.2% 

8.4% 

(0.5%) 

0.0% 

0.0% 

11.2% 

12.6% 

12.5% 

% incr Service charges - water revenue 

18(l)a 



6.2% 

(0.3%) 

22.6% 

(0.9%) 

0.0% 

0.0% 

18.8% 

11.3% 

10.9% 

% incr Service charges - sanitation revenue 

18(l)a 



19.3% 

11.3% 

6.0% 

1.4% 

0.0% 

0.0% 

6.0% 

9.6% 

8.9% 

% incr Service charges - refuse revenue 

18(l)a 



18.6% 

18.5% 

13.0% 

0.8% 

0.0% 

0.0% 

12.8% 

6.5% 

7.0% 

% incr in Service charges - other 

18(l)a 



0.0% 

0.0% 

0.0% 

0.0% 

0.0% 

0.0% 

0.0% 

0.0% 

0.0% 

Total billable revenue 

18(l)a 


684222 

785 499 

891 037 

961 336 

965 785 

965 785 

965 785 

1 068 094 

1 171 809 

1 280 526 

Service charges 



684 222 

785 499 

891 037 

961 336 

965 785 

965 785 

965 785 

1 068 094 

1 171 809 

1 280 526 

Property rates 



198 444 

230 304 

264 426 

272 882 

278 808 

278 808 

278 808 

301 306 

316 056 

326 328 

Service charges - electricity revenue 



343 865 

393 198 

449192 

486 741 

484467 

484467 

484467 

538 664 

606 753 

682 819 

Service charges - water revenue 



53 317 

56 618 

56 435 

69179 

68 555 

68 555 

68 555 

81 422 

90 600 

100456 

Service charges - sanitation revenue 



45156 

53 853 

59 952 

63 559 

64422 

64422 

64 422 

68 301 

74 889 

81 554 

Service charges - refuse removal 



43 440 

51526 

61 033 

68 975 

69 534 

69 534 

69 534 

78402 

83 511 

89 369 

Service charges - other 



- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Rental of facilities and equipment 



13 891 

14356 

29 793 

35 361 

34 604 

34 604 

34 604 

35 868 

37 261 

39 551 

Capital expenditure excluding capital grant funding 



190 706 

177 672 

206 858 

142 129 

208 563 

208 563 

208 563 

174 199 

193 051 

173 660 

Cash receipts from ratepayers 

18(l)a 


835 402 

891 101 

1025517 

1 091 392 

1079442 

1 012 559 

1 012 559 

1 213 287 

1 319 985 

1 434 131 

Ratepayer & Other revenue 

18(l)a 


800 074 

892 904 

1 060 698 

1 092 740 

1 080 529 

1 080 529 

1 080 529 

1 215 104 

1 321 895 

1 436 140 

Change in consumer debtors (current and non-current) 



(2 579) 

(12 194) 

14 924 

(38 061) 

(38 061) 

(38 061) 

(15 647) 

26 470 

1948 

2 686 

Operating and Capital Grant Revenue 

18(l)a 


123 773 

141 940 

180 279 

235 390 

164 130 

164 130 

164 130 

188 466 

193 480 

214 619 

Capital expenditure - total 

20(l)(vi) 


232 872 

228 232 

307 235 

187 899 

264 234 

264 234 

264 234 

236 369 

245 005 

227 291 

Capital expenditure - renewal 

20(l)(vi) 


111148 

34719 

56 755 

53 134 

84490 

84 490 


97 705 

104 524 

81698 

Supporting benchmarks 













Growth guideline maximum 



6.0% 

6.0% 

6.0% 

6.0% 

6.0% 

6.0% 

6.0% 

6.0% 

6.0% 

6.0% 

CPI guideline 



4.3% 

3.9% 

4.6% 

5.0% 

5.0% 

5.0% 

5.0% 

5.4% 

5.6% 

5.4% 

DoRA operating grants total MFY 










126 295 

141 525 

160 988 

DoRA capital grants total MFY 










62 170 

51955 

53 631 

Provincial operating grants 













Provincial capital grants 













District Municipality grants 













Total gazetted/advised national, provincial and district grants 










188 466 

193 480 

214 619 

Average annual collection rate (arrears inclusive) 













DoRA operating 












Equitable Share 









119 935 

136 945 

156 145 

Finance Management Grant (FMG) 









1600 

1625 

1700 

Municipal Systems Improvement Grant (MSIG) 









940 

957 

1033 

EPWP and PMU (MIG) 









3 820 

1998 

2110 










126 295 

141 525 

160 988 

DoRA capital 












Expanded Works program (EPWP) 









46170 

47 955 

50 631 

MIG 









15 400 

4 000 

3 000 

NDPG 









600 



INEP & Energy Efficiency Grant 





















62 170 

51 955 

53 631 

Trend 












Change in consumer debtors (current and non-current) 


(2 579) 

(12 194) 

14 924 

(15 647) 

26 470 

1948 

2 686 

_ 



Total Ooeratinq Revenue 



903 326 

1 005 236 

1 203 304 

1 303 203 

1214466 

1 214 466 

1 214 466 

1 362 931 

1 485 551 

1 620 550 

Total Ooeratinq Expenditure 



913 604 

1 048 926 

1 140 808 

1 352 386 

1 289 329 

1 289 329 

1 289 329 

1 402 830 

1 519 332 

1 644 377 

Operatinq Performance Surplusf(Deficit) 



(10278) 

(43 690) 

62 496 

(49 183) 

(74 863) 

(74 863) 

(74 863) 

(39 899) 

(33 780) 

(23 827) 

Cash and Cash Equivalents (30 June 2012) 










72176 



Revenue 













% Increase in Total Operating Revenue 




11.3% 

19.7% 

8.3% 

(6.8%) 

0.0% 

0.0% 

12.2% 

9.0% 

9.1% 

% Increase in Property Rates Revenue 




16.1% 

14.8% 

3.2% 

2.2% 

0.0% 

0.0% 

8.1% 

4.9% 

3.3% 

% Increase in Electricity Revenue 




14.3% 

14.2% 

8.4% 

(0.5%) 

0.0% 

0.0% 

11.2% 

12.6% 

12.5% 

% Increase in Property Rates & Services Charges 




14.8% 

13.4% 

7.9% 

0.5% 

0.0% 

0.0% 

10.6% 

9.7% 

9.3% 

Expenditure 













% Increase in Total Operating Expenditure 




14.8% 

8.8% 

18.5% 

(4.7%) 

0.0% 

0.0% 

8.8% 

8.3% 

8.2% 

% Increase in Employee Costs 




14.6% 

6.8% 

11.6% 

0.5% 

0.0% 

0.0% 

11.4% 

8.4% 

8.1% 

% Increase in Electricity Bulk Purchases 




15.4% 

2.4% 

14.8% 

(0.5%) 

0.0% 

0.0% 

10.8% 

14.1% 

14.2% 

Average Cost Per Budgeted Employee Position (Remuneration) 





223707.6308 

231007.3548 




256936.7935 



Average Cost Per Councillor (Remuneration) 





294613.5517 

324442.5862 




339628.5345 



R&M % of PPE 



0.8% 

0.9% 

0.8% 

0.9% 

1.1% 

1.1% 


1.2% 

1.3% 

1.3% 

Asset Renewal and R&M as a % of PPE 



3.0% 

1.0% 

2.0% 

2.0% 

2.0% 

2.0% 


3.0% 

3.0% 

3.0% 

Debt Impairment % of Total Billable Revenue 



0.7% 

0.8% 

1.3% 

0.8% 

1.7% 

1.7% 

1.7% 

1.6% 

1.6% 

1.5% 

Capital Revenue 













Internally Funded & Other (R’000) 



118 132 

107 739 

134 938 

64499 

82 523 

82523 

82 523 

76 223 

78 281 

72 660 

Borrowing (R'000) 



72 574 

69 933 

71919 

77 630 

126 040 

126 040 

126 040 

97 976 

114 770 

101000 

Grant Funding and Other (R'000) 



42166 

50 560 

100 378 

45 771 

55 672 

55 672 

55 672 

62170 

51955 

53 631 

Internally Generated funds % of Non Grant Funding 



61.9% 

60.6% 

65.2% 

45.4% 

39.6% 

39.6% 

39.6% 

43.8% 

40.5% 

41.8% 

Borrowing % of Non Grant Funding 



38.1% 

39.4% 

34.8% 

54.6% 

60.4% 

60.4% 

60.4% 

56.2% 

59.5% 

58.2% 

Grant Funding % of Total Funding 



18.1% 

22.2% 

32.7% 

24.4% 

21.1% 

21.1% 

21.1% 

26.3% 

21.2% 

23.6% 

Capital Expenditure 













Total Capital Programme (R'000) 



232 872 

228 232 

307 235 

187 899 

264 234 

264 234 

264 234 

236 369 

245 005 

227291 

Asset Renewal 



111 148 

34 719 

56 755 

53134 

84 490 

84490 

84 490 

97 705 

104 524 

81 698 

Asset Renewal % of Total Capital Expenditure 



47.7% 

15.2% 

18.5% 

28.3% 

32.0% 

32.0% 

32.0% 

41.3% 

42.7% 

35.9% 

Cash 













Cash Receipts % of Rate Payer & Other 



104.4% 

99.8% 

96.7% 

99.9% 

99.9% 

93.7% 

93.7% 

99.9% 

99.9% 

99.9% 

Cash Coverage Ratio 



0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

Borrowing 













Credit Rating (2009/10) 










0 



Capital Charges to Operating 



3.7% 

2.4% 

2.0% 

3.3% 

3.5% 

3.5% 

3.5% 

3.4% 

4.0% 

4.3% 

Borrowing Receipts % of Capital Expenditure 



0.0% 

0.0% 

0.0% 

56.3% 

60.4% 

60.4% 

60.4% 

56.2% 

59.5% 

58.2% 

Reserves 













Surplus/(Deficit) 



169 922 

157 467 

160 527 

270 121 

120 386 

116 608 

141 250 

216 641 

176 513 

116 769 

Free Services 













Free Basic Services as a % of Equitable Share 



21.6% 

23.3% 

22.7% 

49.7% 

49.9% 

49.9% 


44.6% 

42.4% 

40.4% 

Free Services as a % of Operating Revenue 













(exci operational transfers) 



5.7% 

6.2% 

5.2% 

6.5% 

6.5% 

6.5% 


6.0% 

6.0% 

5.9% 

Hiqh Level Outcome of Fundinq Compliance 













Total Operating Revenue 



903 326 

1 005 236 

1203304 

1 303 203 

1214466 

1214466 

1214466 

1 362 931 

1 485 551 

1 620 550 

Total Operating Expenditure 



913 604 

1 048 926 

1 140 808 

1 352 386 

1 289 329 

1 289 329 

1 289 329 

1 402 830 

1 519 332 

1644377 

Surplus/(Deficit) Budgeted Operating Statement 



(10 278) 

(43 690) 

62 496 

(49 183) 

(74 863) 

(74 863) 

(74 863) 

(39 899) 

(33 780) 

(23 827) 

Surplus/(Deficit) Considering Reserves and Cash Backing 



169 922 

157 467 

160 527 

270 121 

120 386 

116 608 

141 250 

216 641 

176 513 

116 769 

MTREF Funded (1) / Unfunded (0) 


15 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

MTREF Funded ii / Unfunded Q 


15 

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✓ 

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PROPERTY RATES SUMMARY 


TABLE SA11 


Steve Tshwete Municipality - MP313 


Description 

Ref 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 

Current Year 2014/15 

1 2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure Framework 1 

Audited Outcome 

Audited Outcome 

Audited Outcome 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Full Year Forecast 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year +1 
2016/17 

Budget Year +2 
2017/18 

Valuation: 

1 










Date of valuation: 


04/07/2008 

04/07/2008 

04/07/2008 

01/07/2012 






Financial year valuation used 


01/07/2011 

01/07/2012 

01/07/2013 

01/07/2014 



01/07/2014 



Municipal by-laws s6 in place? (Y/N) 

2 

Yes 

Yes 

Yes 

Yes 



Yes 



Municipal/assistant valuer appointed? (Y/N) 


Yes 

Yes 

Yes 

Yes 



Yes 



Municipal partnership s38 used? (Y/N) 


No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No. of assistant valuers (FTE) 

3 

3 

3 

3 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

No. of data collectors (FTE) 

3 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

No. of internal valuers (FTE) 

3 

4 

4 

4 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

No. of external valuers (FTE) 

3 










No. of additional valuers (FTE) 

4 










Valuation appeal board established? (Y/N) 


No 

No 

No 

No 



No 



Implementation time of new valuation roll (mths) 


3 months 

3 months 

3 months 

3 months 



3 months 



No. of properties 

5 

43 722 

48 216 

49 037 

49 866 

49 866 

49 866 

50 863 

51 880 

52 918 

No. of sectional title values 

5 

2 046 

3 265 

3 549 

3 617 

3 617 

3 617 

3 763 

3 838 

3 915 

No. of unreasonably difficult properties s7(2) 











No. of supplementary valuations 


4 780 

2 223 

3 225 

3 000 

3 000 

3 000 

3100 

3 250 

3 500 

No. of valuation roll amendments 











No. of objections by rate payers 


6 

2 

84 

10 

10 

10 

10 

100 

60 

No. of appeals by rate payers 











No. of successful objections 

8 

3 

2 

39 

5 

5 

5 

5 

60 

40 

No. of successful objections > 10% 

8 

1 

1 

13 

2 

2 

2 

2 

15 

8 

Supplementary valuation 


599 582 700 

1 156 263 150 

145 408 650 

146 862 737 

146 862 737 

146 862 737 

148 331 364 

149 814 678 

151 312 825 

Public service infrastructure value (Rm) 

5 

19 473 500 

11 447 200 

68 036 950 

68 717 320 

68 038 950 

68 038 950 

68 719 340 

69 406 533 

70 100 598 

Municipality owned property value (Rm) 


1 931 787 800 

1 998 659 000 

2 281 251 000 

2 304 063 510 

2 207 363 300 

2 207 363 300 

2 229 436 933 

2 251 731 302 

2 274 248 615 

Valuation reductions: 











Valuation reductions-public infrastructure (Rm) 


5 842 050 

3 434 160 

20 411 085 

20 615 196 

20 615 196 

20 615 196 

20 615 802 

20 821 960 

21 030 179 

Valuation reductions-nature reserves/park (Rm) 











Valuation reductions-mineral rights (Rm) 











Valuation reductions-R15,000 threshold (Rm) 


538 508 655 

571 245 000 

585 510 000 

591 365 100 

591 365 100 

591 365 100 

597 278 751 

603 251 539 

609 284 054 

Valuation reductions-public worship (Rm) 











Valuation reductions-other (Rm) 











Total valuation reductions: 


544 350 705 

574 679 160 

605 921 085 

611 980 296 

611 980 296 

611 980 296 

617 894 553 

624 073 499 

630 314 233 

Total value used for rating (Rm) 

5 

22 109 769 634 

26 062 574 840 

26 348 625 365 

26 489 428 891 

26 489 428 891 

26 489 428 891 

26 794 336 397 

26 937 972 129 

27 083 044 220 

Total land value (Rm) 

5 










Total value of improvements (Rm) 

5 










Total market value (Rm) 

5 

22 656 004 339 

26 637 254 000 

26 954 546 450 

27 101 409 187 

27 101 409 187 

27 101 409 187 

27 412 230 950 

27 562 045 628 

27 713 358 453 

Rating: 











Residential rate used to determine rate for other 











categories? (Y/N) 


Yes 

Yes 

Yes 

Yes 



Yes 



Differential rates used? (Y/N) 

5 

No 

No 

No 

No 



No 



Limit on annual rate increase (s20)? (Y/N) 


No 

No 

No 

Yes 

Yes 

Yes 

Yes 

Yes 

Yes 

Special rating area used? (Y/N) 


No 

No 

No 

No 



No 



Phasing-in properties s21 (number) 


2 658 

1220 








Rates policy accompanying budget? (Y/N) 


Yes 

Yes 

Yes 

Yes 



Yes 



Fixed amount minimum value (R'000) 


No 

No 

No 

No 



No 



Non-residential prescribed ratio sl9? (%) 


No 

No 

No 

No 



No 



Rate revenue: 











Rate revenue budget (R '000) 

6 

198 443 748 

230 303 644 

264425 808 

272 882 246 

278 807 712 

278 807 712 

301 305 502 

316 055 776 

326 327 590 

Rate revenue expected to collect (R'000) 

6 

196 459 310 

228 000 608 


270 153 424 

270 153 424 

270 153 424 

298 292 447 

312 895 218 

323 064 314 

Expected cash collection rate (%) 


1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

Special rating areas (R'000) 

7 










Rebates, exemptions - indigent (R'000) 


6 887 110 

8 638 506 

11 963 354 

12 847 446 

12 872 165 

12 872 165 

13 952 326 

14 998 750 

16 048 663 

Rebates, exemptions - pensioners (R'000) 


318 202 

243 579 

2 487 600 

2 768 886 

2 768 886 

2 768 886 

3 024 624 

3 279 719 

3 540 923 

Rebates, exemptions - bona fide farm. (R'000) 


1 739 406 

1 223 022 








Rebates, exemptions - other (R'000) 


56 926 

40 026 

212 400 

222 914 

222 914 

222 914 

374 776 

391 641 

424 147 

Phase-in reductions/discounts (R'000) 


2 750 938 

1914415 








Total rebates,exemptns,reductns, discs (R'000) 


11 752 582 

12 059 548 

14 663 354 

15 839 246 

15 863 965 

15 863 965 

17 351 726 

18 670 110 

20 013 733 













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PART 2 - Supporting Documents 






PROPERTY RATES BY CATEGORY 


TABLE SA12a 


Steve Tshwete Municipality - IVP313 




Resi. 

Indust. 

Bus. & 

Farm props. 

Stale- cwied 

Muni props. 

Public 

Private 

Formal & 

Comm Land 

State trust 

Section 

Protect. 

National 

Public 

IVining 

Description 

Ref 



Comm. 




service infra. 

owredtowTS 

Informal 


land 

8(2)(n) (note 

Areas 

Monum/ts 

benefit 

Props. 










Settle. 



1) 



organs. 


Budqet Year 2015/16 


















Valuation: 


















No. of properties 


39420 

651 

1131 

1846 

234 

5322 

185 

10 

- 

- 

- 

57 

1 

- 

27 

154 

No. of sectional title property values 

No. of unreasonably difficult properties s7(2) 


3426 

28 

163 














No. of supplementary valuations 


1860 

60 

210 

150 


660 










60 

Supplementary valuation (Rm) 

No. of valuation roll amendments 

No. of objections by rate-payers 

No. of appeals by rate-payers 

No. of appeals by rate-payers finalised 

No. of successful objections 

5 

92 523 526 

17 623 528 

29 372 547 



7343136 











No. of successful objections > 10% 

Estimated no. of properties not valued 

Years since last valuation (select) 

5 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

Frequency of valuation (select) 


4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

Method of valuation used (select) 


Market 

Market 

Market 

Market 

Market 

Market 

Market 

Market 

Market 

Market 

Market 

Market 

Market 

Market 

Market 

Market 

Base of valuation (select) 

Phasing-in properties s21 (number) 


Land &impr. 

Land&impr. 

Land&impr. 

Land&impr. 

Land&impr. 

Land&impr. 

Land&impr. 

Land & irrpr. 

Land&impr. 

Land&impr. 

Land&impr. 

Land&impr. 

Land&impr. 

Land&impr. 

Land&impr. 

Land&impr. 

Combination of rating types used? (Y/N) 


No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

Flat rate used? (Y/N) 


No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

Is balance rated by uniform rate/variable rate? 


Uniform 

Uniform 

Uniform 

Uniform 

Uniform 

Uniform 

Uniform 

Uniform 

Uniform 

Uniform 

Uniform 

Uniform 

Uniform 

Uniform 

Uniform 

Uniform 

Valuation reductions: 


















Valuation reductions- public infrastructure (Rm) 

Valuation reductions- nature reserves/park (Rm) 

Valuation reductions- mineral rights (Rm) 

Valuation reducti ons- R15, 000 threshold (Rm) 

Valuation reductions- public warship (Rm) 

Valuation reducti ons-other (Rm) 

2 

591 






21 










Total valuation reductions: 


















Total value used for rating (Rm) 

6 

16 649 

2 246 

2311 

1663 

967 

2 281 

101 

111 

- 

- 

- 

77 

0 

- 

72 

10 

Total land value (Rm) 

6 

















Total value of improvements (Rm) 

6 

















Total market value (Rm) 

6 

17 241 

2 246 

2 311 

1663 

967 

2281 

122 

111 




77 

0 


72 

10 

Ratinq: 


















Average rate 

3 

0.008900 

0.022300 

0.026700 

0.002200 

0.008900 

- 

- 

0.002200 







0.002200 

0.035600 

Rate revenue budget (R '000) 


143437 

48 694 

61386 

4103 

14 507 



245 







159 

353 

Rate revenue expected to collect (R000) 


142 002 

48207 

60 772 

4061 

14362 

- 

- 

242 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

157 

349 

Expected cash collection rate (%) 

Special rating areas (R000) 

4 

99.0% 

99.0% 

99.0% 

99.0% 

99.0% 



99.0% 







99.0% 

99.0% 

Rebates, exemptions - indigent (R000) 


12 847 
















Rebates, exemptions - pensioners (R000) 

Rebates, exemptions - bona fide farm (R000) 


2 769 



_ 













Rebates, exemptions - other (R000) 


- 






92 








131 


Phase-in reductions/discounts (R000) 


- 







- 








- 

Total rebates, exemptns,reductns, discs (R000) 

























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PROPERTY RATES BY CATEGORY 


TABLE SA12b 


Steve Tshwete Municipality - IVP313 


Description 

Ref 

Resi. 

Indus! 

Bus. & 

Comm 

Farm props. 

State-cwwied 

Muni props. 

Public 

service infra. 

Private 

owned towns 

Formal & 

Informal 

Settle. 

Comm Land 

State trust 

land 

Section 
8 ( 2 )(n) (note 

1) 

Protect. 

Areas 

National 

Monumtts 

Public 

benefit 

organs. 

IVfning 

Props. 

Budqet Year 2015/16 


















Valuation: 


















No. of properties 


40 650 

710 

1240 

1847 

236 

4171 

187 

10 

- 

- 

- 

193 

1 

- 

31 

156 

No. of sectional title property values 


3426 

28 

163 














No. of unreasonably difficult properties s7(2) 


















No. of supplementary valuations 


2617 

69 

131 

77 

3 

36 

3 





22 



4 

8 

Sipplerrentary valuation (Rm) 


92523 526 

17 623 528 

29372 547 



7343136 











No. of valuation roll amendments 


















No. of objections by rate-payers 


















No. of appeals by rate-payers 


















No. of appeals by rate-payers finalised 


















No. of successful objections 

5 

















No. of successful objections > 10% 

5 

















Estimated no. of properties not valued 


















Years since last valuation (select) 


3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

Frequency of valuation (select) 


4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

Method of valuation used (select) 


Market 

Market 

Market 

Market 

Market 

Market 

Market 

Market 

Market 

Market 

Market 

Market 

Market 

Market 

Market 

Market 

Base of valuation (select) 


Land&irrpr. 

Land&impr. 

Land&impr. 

Land&impr. 

Land&impr. 

Land&impr. 

Land&impr. 

Land&impr. 

Land &irrpr. 

Land&irrpr. 

Land &irrpr. 

Land&irrpr. 

Land & irrpr. 

Land & irrpr. 

Land & irrpr. 

Land&irrpr. 

Phasing-in properties s21 (number) 


















Combination of rating types used? (Y/N) 


No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

Flat rate used? (Y/N) 


No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

No 

Is balance rated by uniform rate/variable rate? 


Uniform 

Uniform 

Uniform 

Uniform 

Uniform 

Uniform 

Uniform 

Uniform 

Uniform 

Uniform 

Uniform 

Uniform 

Uniform 

Uniform 

Uniform 

Uniform 

Valuation reductions: 


















Valuation reducti ons-public infrastructure (Rm) 








0 










Valuation reducti ons-nature resetves/park (Rm) 


















Valuation reducti ore-mineral rights (Rm) 


















Valuation reducti ore-R15, 000 threshold (Rm) 


1149 
















Valuation reducti ore-public worship (Rm) 


















Valuation reducti ore-other (Rm) 

2 

















Total valuation reductions: 


















Total value used for rating (Rm) 

6 

16219 

2 277 

2471 

1666 

983 

2 207 

17? 

111 

- 

- 

- 

17? 

0 

- 

74 

10 

Total land value (Rm) 

6 

















Total value of improvements (Rm) 

6 

















Total market value (Rm) 

6 

17 368 

2277 

2471 

1666 

983 

2 207 

122 

111 




122 

0 


74 

10 

Rating: 


















Average rate 

3 

0.009500 

0.023800 

0.028500 

0.002400 

0.009500 

- 

- 

0.002400 







0.002400 

0.038000 

Rate revenue budget (R '000) 


166 799 

55859 

71308 

4 369 

1541 



889 







169 

372 

Rate revenue expected to collect (R000) 


165131 

55300 

70594 

4 325 

1526 

- 

- 

880 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

167 

368 

Expected cash collection rate (%) 

4 

99.0% 

99.0% 

99.0% 

99.0% 

99.0% 



99.0% 







99.0 % 

99.0% 

Special rating areas (R000) 


















Rebates, exemptions - indigent (R000) 


13 952 
















Rebates, exemptions - pensioners (R000) 


3025 
















Rebates, exemptions - bona fide farm (R000) 





- 













Rebates, exemptions - other (R000) 


- 






134 








241 


Phase-in reductions/discounts (R000) 


- 







- 








- 

Total rebates,exemptns,reductns, discs (R000) 





































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SERVICE TARIFFS BY CATEGORY 


TABLE SA13a 


Steve Tshwete Municipality • MP313 








2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 



Provide description of tariff 




Current Year 


Framework 


Description 

Ref 


2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 







structure where appropriate 




2014/15 

Budget Year 

Budget Year +1 

Budget Year +2 








2015/16 

2016/17 

2017/18 

Property rates (rate in the Rand) 

1 











Including Government residential 

0,0074 

0,0084 

0,0085 

0,0089 

0,0095 

0,0100 

0,0103 

Residential properties 










Residential properties - vacant land 



0,0111 

0,0126 

0,0128 

0,0134 

0,0143 

0,0151 

0,0155 

Formal/informal settlements 










Small holdings 










Farm properties - used 


Agricultiral/Residential 

0,0018 

0,0021 

0,0021 

0,0022 

0,0024 

0,0025 

0,0026 

Farm properties - not used 










Industrial properties 



0,0236 

0,0213 

0,0213 

0,0223 

0,0238 

0,0251 

0,0259 

Business and commercial properties 



0,0236 

0,0255 

0,0255 

0,0267 

0,0285 

0,0300 

0,0310 

Communal land - residential 










Communal land - small holdings 










Communal land - farm property 










Communal land - business and commercial 










Communal land - other 










State-owned properties 



0,0074 

0,0126 

0,0085 

0,0089 

0,0095 

0,0100 

0,0103 

Municipal properties 












With exemption of 30% of 

0,0018 

0,0021 

0,0021 

0,0022 

0,0024 

0,0025 

0,0026 

Public service infrastructure 


assessed market value 











0,0018 

0,0021 

0,0021 

0,0022 

0,0024 

0,0025 

0,0026 

Privately owned towns serviced by the owner 










State trust land 










Restitution and redistribution properties 










Protected areas 










National monuments properties 










Exemptions, reductions and rebates (Rands) 










Residential properties 










R15 000 threshhold rebate 



15 000 

15 000 

15 000 

15 000 

15 000 

15 000 

15 000 

General residential rebate 










Indigent rebate or exemption 












Rebate range between 20% up to 








Pensioners/social grants rebate or exemption 


100% 








Temporary relief rebate or exemption 










Bona fide farmers rebate or exemption 



50% 

25% 






Other rebates or exemptions 

2 









Water tariffs 










Domestic 










Basic charge/fixed fee (Rands/month) 










Service point - vacant land (Rands/month) 










Water usage - flat rate tariff (c/kl) 










Water usage - life line tariff 


6kl 








Water usage - Block 1 (c/kl) 


6kl 








Water usage - Block 2 (c/kl) 


7kl-10kl 

3,82 

4,85 

5,32 

6,03 

7,10 

7,90 

8,76 

Water usage - Block 3 (c/kl) 


llkl-40kl 

5,00 

6,32 

6,93 

7,85 

9,25 

10,29 

11,41 

Water usage - Block 4 (c/kl) 


>40kl 

5,30 

6,70 

7,35 

8,35 

9,83 

10,91 

12,10 

Other 

2 









Waste water tariffs 










Domestic 










Basic charge/fixed fee (Rands/month) 










Service point - vacant land (Rands/month) 



35,00 

40,00 

44,00 

47,00 

49,35 

54,41 

59,20 

Waste water - flat rate tariff (c/kl) 


Biological toilets 

30,00 

34,15 

37,50 

40,00 

42,00 

46,31 

50,38 

Volumetric charge - Block 1 (c/kl) 


Up to 995m 2 

60,45 

68,75 

75,55 

80,30 

84,30 

92,95 

101,15 

Volumetric charge - Block 2 (c/kl) 


996m 2 - 1500m 2 

132,00 

150,15 

165,00 

175,50 

184,25 

203,15 

221,05 

Volumetric charge - Block 3 (c/kl) 


>1500m 2 

174,90 

198,95 

218,65 

232,50 

244,10 

269,15 

292,85 

Volumetric charge - Block 4 (c/kl) 


Flats per unit - (Rands/pm) 

87,85 

99,95 

109,85 

116,80 

122,64 

135,20 

147,10 

Other 

2 

Old age flats - (Rands/month) 

40,90 

46,50 

51,00 

54,25 

56,95 

62,80 

68,35 

Electricity tariffs 










Domestic 












difference between single and 3 








Basic charge/fixed fee (Rands/month) 


phase meters 








Service point - vacant land (Rands/month) 



70,00 

85,00 

85,00 

92,00 

103,00 

115,00 

130,00 

FBE 


20Amp - 50kwh 










No fixed charge. Consumption also 








Life-line tariff - meter 


per block 








Life-line tariff - prepaid 


The same as conventional 








Flat rate tariff - meter (c/kwh) 










Flat rate tariff - prepaid(c/kwh) 










Meter - IBT Block 1 (c/kwh) 


l-50kWh 


68,15 

72,24 

77,58 

82,47 

92,86 

104,47 

Meter - IBT Block 2 (c/kwh) 


51-350kWh 


89,82 

96,11 

103,21 

110,74 

124,69 

140,28 

Meter - IBT Block 3 (c/kwh) 


351-600kWh 


105,15 

113,46 

121,84 

136,70 

153,94 

173,18 

Meter - IBT Block 4 (c/kwh) 


>600kWh 


118,35 

127,70 

137,14 

153,87 

173,26 

194,91 

Meter - IBT Block 5 (c/kwh) 


(fill in thresholds) 








Prepaid - IBT Block 1 (c/kwh) 


l-50kWh 


68,15 

72,24 

77,58 

82,47 

92,86 

104,47 

Prepaid - IBT Block 2 (c/kwh) 


51-350kWh 


89,82 

96,11 

103,21 

110,74 

124,69 

140,28 

Prepaid - IBT Block 3 (c/kwh) 


351-600kWh 


105,15 

113,46 

121,84 

136,70 

153,94 

173,18 

Prepaid - IBT Block 4 (c/kwh) 


>600kWh 


118,35 

127,70 

137,14 

153,87 

173,26 

194,91 

Prepaid - IBT Block 5 (c/kwh) 


(fill in thresholds) 








Other 

2 









Waste manaqement tariffs 










Domestic 










Street cleaning charge 










Basic charge/fixed fee 


Erven up to 995m 2 

64,95 

75,30 

87,40 

97,80 

108,90 

116,05 

124,15 

801 bin - once a week 


851 bins - per month per bin 

224,40 

260,10 

302,00 

338,00 

376,35 

400,95 

429,00 

2501 bin - once a week 


2401 bins - per mont per bin 


482,90 

560,65 

627,65 

698,89 

744,30 

796,40 


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TABLE SA13b 


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1 2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 



Provide description of tariff 




Current Year 


Framework 




structure where appropriate 




2014/15 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year +1 
2016/17 

Budget Year +2 
2017/18 

Exemptions, reductions and rebates (Rands) 










Pensioners/social grants rebate or exemption 


Income R0-R2860 pm 

100% 

100% 

100% 

100% 

100% 

100% 

100% 



Income R2861-R5720 pm 

70% 

70% 

70% 

70% 

70% 

70% 

70% 



Income R5721-R8580 pm 

50% 

50% 

50% 

50% 

50% 

50% 

50% 



Income R8581-R11440 pm 

20% 

20% 

20% 

20% 

20% 

20% 

20% 

Water tariffs 










Water usage - Indigents 


Okl-lOkl 

(fill in thresholds) 

(fill in thresholds) 

(fill in thresholds) 

(fill in thresholds) 

(fill in thresholds) 

(fill in thresholds) 

(fill in thresholds) 

(fill in thresholds) 

(fill in thresholds) 

Free 

Free 

Free 

Free 

Free 

Free 

Free 

Waste water tariffs 










Indigents 


(fill in structure) 

Free 

Free 

Free 

Free 

Free 

Free 

Free 

Volumetric charge - Block 2 (Rands/pm) 


Up to 995m 2 








- Pensioners Rebate 


100% Rebate category 

n/a 

Nil 

Nil 

Nil 

Nil 

Nil 

Nil 

- Pensioners Rebate 


70% Rebate category 

18,15 

20,65 

22,65 

24,09 

25,30 

27,90 

30,34 

- Pensioners Rebate 


50% Rebate category 

30,25 

34,38 

37,77 

40,15 

42,15 

46,50 

50,60 

- Pensioners Rebate 


20% Rebate category 

48,40 

55,00 

60,45 

64,24 

67,45 

74,40 

80,90 

Volumetric charge - Block 3 (Rands/pm) 


996m 2 - 1500m 2 








- Pensioners Rebate 


100% Rebate category 

Nil 

Nil 

Nil 

Nil 

Nil 

Nil 

Nil 

- Pensioners Rebate 


70% Rebate category 

39,60 

45,00 

49,50 

52,65 

54,76 

60,95 

66,30 

- Pensioners Rebate 


50% Rebate category 

66,00 

75,10 

82,50 

87,75 

91,25 

101,60 

110,50 

- Pensioners Rebate 


20% Rebate category 

105,60 

120,10 

109,32 

140,40 

147,42 

162,55 

176,85 

Volumetric charge - Block 4 (Rands/pm) 


>1500m 2 








- Pensioners Rebate 


100% Rebate category 

Nil 

Nil 

Nil 

Nil 

Nil 

Nil 

Nil 

- Pensioners Rebate 


70% Rebate category 

52,45 

59,70 

65,60 

69,75 

73,24 

80,75 

87,85 

- Pensioners Rebate 


50% Rebate category 

87,45 

99,45 

109,32 

116,25 

122,06 

134,60 

146,40 

- Pensioners Rebate 


20% Rebate category 

139,90 

159,15 

174,92 

186,00 

196,23 

215,30 

234,25 

Flats per unit - (Rands/pm) 










- Pensioners Rebate 


100% Rebate category 

Nil 

Nil 

Nil 

Nil 

Nil 

Nil 

Nil 

- Pensioners Rebate 


70% Rebate category 

26,35 

30,00 

32,95 

35,04 

36,79 

40,55 

44,15 

- Pensioners Rebate 


50% Rebate category 

43,95 

49,95 

54,92 

58,40 

61,32 

67,60 

73,55 

- Pensioners Rebate 


20% Rebate category 

70,30 

79,95 

87,88 

93,44 

98,11 

108,15 

117,70 











Electricity tariffs 

Basic charge/fixed fee (Rands/month) 


Single phase (not included in 
lifeline) 

n/a 

40,00 

45,00 

48,00 

54,00 

61,00 

69,00 

Basic charge/fixed fee (Rands/month) 


Three phase (not included in 
lifeline) 

n/a 

55,00 

60,00 

65,00 

72,00 

81,00 

92,00 

Life-line tariff - meter 


Also IBT but without basic 
charge 

1,0134 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

n/a 

- Meter - IBT Block 1 (c/kwh) 


l-50kWh 

n/a 

n/a 

80,24 

77,58 

82,47 

92,86 

104,47 

- Meter - IBT Block 2 (c/kwh) 


51-350kWh 

n/a 

n/a 

108,64 

103,21 

110,74 

124,69 

140,28 

- Meter - IBT Block 3 (c/kwh) 


351-600kWh 

n/a 

n/a 

116,11 

121,84 

136,70 

153,94 

173,18 

- Meter - IBT Block 4 (c/kwh) 


>600kWh 

(fill in thresholds) 

(fill in thresholds) 

(fill in thresholds) 

(fill in thresholds) 

(fill in thresholds) 

(fill in thresholds) 

n/a 

n/a 

128,82 

137,14 

153,87 

173,26 

194,91 


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HOUSEHOLD BILLS 


TABLE SA14 




Steve Tshmete Municipality ■ 

MP313 






Description 

Ref 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 

Current Year 2014/15 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure Framework 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Original Budget 

Adjusted 

Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

% incr. 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year +1 
2016/17 

Budget Year +2 
2017/18 

Monthly Account for Household - 'Middle Income 

1 











Range 1 












Rates and services charges: 












Property rates 


422.42 

479.50 

485.21 

508.04 

508.04 

508.04 

6.5% 

536.58 

564.75 

583.11 

Electricity: Basic levy 


332.40 

40.00 

45.00 

48.00 

48.00 

48.00 

12.5% 

54.00 

60.00 

67.00 

Electricity: Consumption 


578.60 

1 039.81 

1 118.90 

1 201.58 

1 201.58 

1 201.58 

10.7% 

1 330.70 

1 498.37 

1 685.66 

Water: Basic levy 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

Water: Consumption 


133.80 

145.80 

159.88 

181.12 

181.12 

181.12 

17.8% 

213.40 

237.30 

263.17 

Sanitation 


132.00 

150.15 

165.00 

175.48 

175.48 

175.48 

5.0% 

184.25 

203.14 

207.94 

Refuse removal 


92.95 

107.73 

125.10 

140.05 

140.05 

140.05 

11.8% 

156.60 

166.78 

178.45 

Other 




- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

sub-total 


1 692.16 

1 962.99 

2 099.09 

2 254.27 

2 254.27 

2 254.27 

9.8% 

2 475.53 

2 730.34 

2 985.33 

VAT on Services 


177.76 

207.69 

225.94 

244.47 

244.47 

244.47 


271.45 

303.18 

336.31 

Total large household bill: 


1 869.93 

2 170.68 

2 325.03 

2 498.74 

2 498.74 

2 498.74 

9.9% 

2 746.99 

3 033.52 

3 321.64 

% increaseZ-decrease 



16.1% 

7.1% 

7.5% 




9.9% 

10.4% 

9.5% 

Monthly Account for Household - 'Affordable Ranqe' 

2 











Rates and services charges: 












Property rates 


299.08 

339.50 

343.54 

359.71 

359.71 

359.71 

6.6% 

383.96 

404.12 

417.25 

Electricity: Basic levy 



40.00 

45.00 

48.00 

48.00 

48.00 

12.5% 

54.00 

60.00 

67.00 

Electricity: Consumption 


506.70 

461.26 

494.64 

531.18 

531.18 

531.18 

8.9% 

578.51 

651.40 

732.83 

Water: Basic levy 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

Water: Consumption 


104.80 

114.20 

125.23 

141.87 

141.87 

141.87 

17.8% 

167.15 

185.87 

206.13 

Sanitation 


60.45 

68.75 

75.55 

80.30 

80.30 

80.30 

5.0% 

84.30 

92.94 

97.74 

Refuse removal 


64.95 

75.28 

87.40 

97.80 

97.80 

97.80 

11.9% 

109.40 

116.51 

124.67 

Other 




- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

sub-total 


1 035.98 

1 098.99 

1 171.36 

1 258.86 

1 258.86 

1 258.86 

9.4% 

1 377.32 

1 510.84 

1 645.62 

VAT on Services 


103.17 

106.33 

115.89 

123.56 

123.56 

123.56 


139.07 

154.94 

171.97 

Total small household bill: 


1 139.15 

1 205.32 

1 287.26 

1 382.42 

1 382.42 

1 382.42 

9.7% 

1 516.39 

1 665.78 

1 817.59 

% increaseZ-decrease 



5.8% 

6.8% 

7.4% 

- 

- 


9.7% 

9.9% 

9.1% 





0.17 

0.09 

-1.00 






Monthly Account for Household - 'Indiqent' 

3 











Household receivinq free basic services 












Rates and services charges: 












Property rates 












Electricity: Basic levy 












Electricity: Consumption 


236.19 

257.46 

274.20 

290.64 

290.64 

290.64 

7.3% 

311.85 

351.14 

395.04 

Water: Basic levy 












Water: Consumption 


58.00 

63.20 

69.30 

78.50 

78.50 

78.50 

17.8% 

92.50 

102.86 

114.07 

Sanitation 












Refuse removal 












Other 












sub-total 


294.19 

320.66 

343.50 

369.14 

369.14 

369.14 

9.5% 

404.35 

454.00 

509.11 

VAT on Services 


41.19 

44.89 

48.09 

50.39 

50.39 

50.39 


56.61 

63.56 

71.28 

Total small household bill: 


335.38 

365.55 

391.59 

419.53 

419.53 

419.53 


460.96 

517.56 

580.38 

% increaseZ-decrease 



9.0% 

7.1% 

7.1% 

- 

- 


9.9% 

12.3% 

12.1% 


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INVESTMENT PARTICULARS BY TYPE 


TABLE SA15 


Steve Tshwete Municipality - MP313 


Investment type 

Ref 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 

i Current Year 2014/15 ] 

1 2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & j 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Original 

Budget 

Adjusted 

Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year 
+1 2016/17 

Budget Year 
+2 2017/18 

Parent municipality 

Securities - National Government 

Listed Corporate Bonds 

Deposits - Bank 

Deposits - Public Investment Commissioners 

Deposits - Corporation for Public Deposits 

Bankers Acceptance Certificates 

Negotiable Certificates of Deposit - Banks 

Guaranteed Endowment Policies (sinking) 

Repurchase Agreements - Banks 

Municipal Bonds 


324 000 

348 000 

350 000 

513 000 

353 809 

353 809 

508 000 

561 000 

611 000 

Municipality sub-total 

1 

324 000 000 

348 000 000 

350 000 000 

513 000 000 

353 809 260 

353 809 260 

508 000 000 

561 000 000 

611 000 000 

Consolidated total: 


324 000 000 

348 000 000 

350 000 000 

513 000 000 

353 809 260 

353 809 260 

508 000 000 

561 000 000 

611 000 000 


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TABLE SA16 


Steve Tshwete Municipality - MP313 



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BORROWING 


TABLE SA17 


Steve Tshwete Municipality - MP313 


Borrowing - Categorised by type 

Ref 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 

I Current Year 2014/15 

1 2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 1 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Original Budget 

Adjusted 

Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year +1 
2016/17 

Budget Year +2 
2017/18 

Parent municipality 

Long-Term Loans (annuity/reducing balance) 

Long-Term Loans (non-annuity) 

Local registered stock 

Instalment Credit 

Financial Leases 

PPP liabilities 

Finance Granted By Cap Equipment Supplier 

Marketable Bonds 

Non-Marketable Bonds 

Bankers Acceptances 

Financial derivatives 

Other Securities 


113 602 662 

101 862 369 

89 120 699 

345 247 432 

391 287 203 

216 362 040 

295 616 858 

407 755 290 

475 576 037 

Municipality sub-total 

1 

113 602 662 

101 862 369 

89 120 699 

345 247 432 

391 287 203 

198 944 214 

295 616 858 

407 755 290 

475 576 037 

Entities 

Long-Term Loans (annuity/reducing balance) 

Long-Term Loans (non-annuity) 

Local registered stock 

Instalment Credit 

Financial Leases 

PPP liabilities 

Finance Granted By Cap Equipment Supplier 

Marketable Bonds 

Non-Marketable Bonds 

Bankers Acceptances 

Financial derivatives 

Other Securities 

Entities sub-total 

1 



















Total Borrowing 

1 

113 602 662 

101 862 369 

89 120 699 

345 247 432 

391 287 203 

198 944 214 

295 616 858 

407 755 290 

475 576 037 


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TRANSFERS AND GRANT RECEIPTS 


TABLE SA18 


Steve Tshwete Municipality - MP313 


Description 

Ref 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 

Current Year 2014/15 

1 2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 1 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Original 

Budget 

Adjusted 

Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year +1 
2016/17 

Budget Year +2 
2017/18 

RECEIPTS: 

1,2 










Operatinq Transfers and Grants 











National Government: 


79 895 706 

90 310 182 

96 994 241 

108 640 176 

108 307 320 

108 307 320 

125 381 760 

141 525 120 

160 987 640 

Local Government Equitable Share 


77 312 000 

85 818 000 

92 630 001 

103 888 856 

103 556 000 

103 556 000 

119 935 000 

136 945 000 

156 145 000 

Finance Management 


1 250 000 

1 500 000 

1 410 000 

1 600 000 

1 600 000 

1 600 000 

1 600 000 

1 625 000 

1 700 000 

Municipal Systems Improvement 


200 000 

800 000 

145 000 

100 000 

100 000 

100 000 

940 000 

957 000 

1 033 000 

MIG PMU 


1 133 706 

1 192 182 

1 670 240 

1 851 320 

1 851 320 

1 851 320 

1 923 760 

1 998 120 

2 109 640 

EPWP 



1 000 000 

1 139 000 

1 200 000 

1 200 000 

1 200 000 

983 000 



Other transfers/grants [insert description] 











Provincial Government: 



700 000 

24 500 000 

80 979 393 

3 360 899 

3 360 899 

913 540 



Health subsidy 











Local Government Transition Grant 











Arts & Culture 











Housing 











Municipal Accredited Capacity Enhancement 



700 000 

24 500 000 

80 979 393 

3 360 899 

3 360 899 

913 540 



District Municipality: 











[insert description] 











Other grant providers: 











Municipal Accredited Capacity Enhancement 











Cleanest Town Competition 











Total Operating Transfers and Grants 

5 

79 895 706 

91 010 182 

121 494 241 

189 619 569 

111 668 219 

111 668 219 

126 295 300 

141 525 120 

160 987 640 

Capital Transfers and Grants 











National Government: 


48 597 294 

43 505 817 

64 107 460 

45 770 680 

52 461 595 

52 461 595 

62 170 240 

51 954 880 

53 631 360 

Municipal Infrastructure (MIG) 


29 823 294 

36 359 817 

40 085 760 

44 431 680 

46 480 980 

46 480 980 

46 170 240 

47 954 880 

50 631 360 

Municipal Systems Improvement Grant (MSIG) 


590 000 


745 000 

834 000 

834 000 

834 000 




Finance Management Grant (FMG) 




140 000 







Integrated National Electricity Program (INEP) 


1 440 000 

2 500 000 

6 000 000 




15 400 000 

4 000 000 

3 000 000 

Neighbourhood Development Partnership Grant 


15 000 000 

4 000 000 

11 637 000 







EPWP 


1 744 000 

646 000 

500 000 

505 000 

505 000 

505 000 

600 000 



Energy Effieciecy Grant 




4 999 700 


4 641 615 

4 641 615 




Provincial Government: 











Restitution Grant 


1 000 000 

300 000 








Municipal Accredited Capacity Enhancement 











Local Government Transition Grant 


1 000 000 

300 000 








District Municipality: 











[insert description] 











Other grant providers: 











Municipal Accredited Capacity Enhancement 











Restitution Grant 











Total Capital Transfers and Grants 

5 

49 597 294 

43 805 817 

64 107 460 

45 770 680 

52 461 595 

52 461 595 

62 170 240 

51 954 880 

53 631 360 

TOTAL RECEIPTS OF TRANSFERS & GRANTS 


129 493 000 

134 815 999 

185 601 701 

235 390 249 

164 129 814 

164 129 814 

188 465 540 

193 480 000 

214 619 000 


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EXPENDITURE ON TRANSFERS AND GRANT PROGRAMME 


TABLE SA19 


Steve Tshwete Municipality - MP313 


Description 

Ref 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 

| Current Year 2014/15 

1 2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 1 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Original Budget 

Adjusted 

Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year +1 
2016/17 

Budget Year +2 
2017/18 

RECEIPTS: 

1,2 










Operatinq expenditure of Transfers and Grants 











National Government: 


79 096 987 

88 212 896 

97 437 914 

108 640 176 

108 307 320 

108 307 320 

125 381 760 

141 525 120 

160 987 640 

Local Government Equitable Share 


77 312 000 

85 818 000 

92 630 001 

103 888 856 

103 556 000 

103 556 000 

119 935 000 

136 945 000 

156 145 000 

Finance Management 


452 265 

862 881 

1 956 791 

1 600 000 

1 600 000 

1 600 000 

1 600 000 

1 625 000 

1 700 000 

Municipal Systems Improvement 


199 016 

458 250 

104 147 

100 000 

100 000 

100 000 

940 000 

957 000 

1 033 000 

MIG PMU 


1 133 706 

1 073 765 

1 610 298 

1 851 320 

1 851 320 

1 851 320 

1 923 760 

1 998 120 

2 109 640 

EPWP 




1 136 677 

1 200 000 

1 200 000 

1 200 000 

983 000 



Other transfers/grants [insert description] 











Provincial Government: 


2 510 100 

3 167 263 

22 618 752 

80 979 393 

3 360 899 

3 360 899 

913 540 



Health subsidy 


2 510 100 

2 400 000 








Local Government Transition Grant 



749 116 








Arts & Culture 











Housing 











Municipal Accredited Capacity Enhancement 



18 147 

22 618 752 

80 979 393 

3 360 899 

3 360 899 

913 540 



District Municipality: 











Cleanest Town Competition 











Other grant providers: 











Municipal Accredited Capacity Enhancement 











Cleanest Town Competition 











Total operating expenditure of Transfers and Grants: 


81 607 087 

91 380 159 

120 056 666 

189 619 569 

111 668 219 

111 668 219 

126 295 300 

141 525 120 

160 987 640 

Capital expenditure of Transfers and Grants 











National Government: 


41 277 611 

50 381 338 

60 188 104 

45 770 680 

55 661 595 

55 661 595 

62 170 240 

51 954 880 

53 631 360 

Municipal Infrastructure (MIG) 


25 989 717 

36 527 513 

37 547 897 

44 431 680 

49 680 980 

49 680 980 

46 170 240 

47 954 880 

50 631 360 

Municipal Systems Improvement Grant (MSIG) 


865 963 

292 402 

929 071 

834 000 

834 000 

834 000 




Finance Management Grant (FMG) 




122 016 







Integrated National Electricity Program (INEP) 


3 846 400 

397 589 

5 961 387 




15 400 000 

4 000 000 

3 000 000 

Neighbourhood Development Partnership Grant 


8 702 071 

12 536 811 

14 784 222 







EPWP 


1 873 460 

627 023 

485 126 

505 000 

505 000 

505 000 

600 000 



Energy Effieciecy Grant 




358 385 


4 641 615 

4 641 615 




Provincial Government: 











Department of Arts & Culture (DAC) 


888 526 

178 478 

34 376 







Restitution Grant 











Municipal Accredited Capacity Enhancement 


888 526 









District Municipality: 



178 478 

34 376 







[insert description] 











Other grant providers: 











Cleanest Town Competit 











Municipal Accredited Capacity Enhancement 











Restitution Grant 











Total capital expenditure of Transfers and Grants 


42 166 137 

50 559 816 

60 222 480 

45 770 680 

55 661 595 

55 661 595 

62 170 240 

51 954 880 

53 631 360 












TOTAL EXPENDITURE OF TRANSFERS AND GRANTS 


123 773 224 

141 939 975 

180 279 146 

235 390 249 

167 329 814 

167 329 814 

188 465 540 

193 480 000 

214 619 000 


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RECONCILIATION OF TRANSFERS, GRANT RECEIPTS AND UNSPENT FUNDS 


TABLE SA20 



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TRANSFERS AND GRANT MADE BY THE MUNICIPALITY 


TABLE SA21 


1 Steve Tshwete Municipality - MP313 1 

Description 

Ref 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 

Current Year 2014/15 

1 2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 1 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Original 

Budget 

Adjusted 

Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Pre-audit 

outcome 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year 
+1 2016/17 

Budget Year 
+2 2017/18 













Total Cash Transfers To Municipalities: 
























Total Cash Transfers To Entities/Ems' 
























Total Cash Transfers To Other Organs Of State: 












Cash Transfers to Organisations 









150000 

150000 

150000 

Business Linkage 


160000 

200000 

230000 

280000 

280000 

280000 

280000 

300 000 

320000 

340 000 

Middelburg Tourist Information Centrum 


115000 

220000 

250000 

280000 

280000 

280000 

280000 

330000 

380000 

430000 

Middeburg Country Club 












Property Rates 












Municipal Games 












Animal Protection: SPCA 


275000 

375000 

475000 

550000 

550000 

550000 

550000 

650000 

750000 

850000 

Columbus Marathon 


25000 

25000 

27000 

75000 

75000 

75000 

75000 

95000 

115000 

135000 

Middelburg Care Village 












Local Economic Develpoment 












Welfare 












Arts & Culture 



500000 









Elderly 












Education 












Sport & Recreation 









150000 

150000 

150000 

Operational Grant 


50000 

4850 

63000 

500 000 

500 000 

500000 

500 000 

300 000 

300 000 

300 000 

Botshabelo Community Development Trust 












Free Basic Services 


36 854 890 

42620765 

50970728 

54733171 

56347872 

56347872 

56347872 

59440555 

63860572 

67842389 

Free Basic Services : Alternative Energy 





332856 







Free Basic Services : Rural Water 


1683186 

2511497 

2823572 

2760629 

2818620 

2818620 

2818620 

2998043 

3222896 

3416300 

Property rates : Rebates 


4865472 

3421042 

2677987 

2991800 

3541800 

3541800 

3541800 

3399400 

3671360 

3965070 

Total Cash Transfers To Other Organs Of State: 


44 028 548 

49878154 

57517288 

62503456 

64393292 

64393292 

64393292 

67662998 

72769828 

77428759 

TOTAL TRANSFERS AND GRANTS 

6 

44 028 548 

49 878 154 

57 517 288 

62 503 456 

64 393 292 

64 393 292 

64 393 292 

67 662 998 

72 769 828 

77 428 759 


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SUMMARY COUNCILLOR AND STAFF BENEFITS 


TABLE SA22 


Steve Tshwete Municipality - MP313 


Summary of Employee and Councillor remuneration 

Ref 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 

i Current Year 2014/15 

1 2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 1 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Original Budget 

Adjusted 

Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year +1 
2016/17 

Budget Year +2 
2017/18 


1 

A 

B 

C 

D 

E 

F 

G 

H 

1 

Councillors (Political Office Bearers plus Other) 











Basic Salaries and Wages 


7 378 750 

9 629 456 

10 752 721 

11 738 814 

10 414 481 

10 414 481 

12 291 782 

13 213 666 

14 270 759 

Pension and UIF Contributions 


942 362 

576 465 

754 088 

708 277 

807 610 

807 610 

770 485 

828 271 

894 533 

Medical Aid Contributions 


226 499 

170 411 

421 533 

459 952 

417 000 

417 000 

492 991 

529 965 

572 362 

Motor Vehicle Allowance 


2 787 282 

3 475 958 

3 748 534 

4 302 348 

3 879 698 

3 879 698 

4 518 419 

4 857 300 

5 245 884 

Cellphone Allowance 


599 034 

760 892 

1 410 710 

1 608 279 

1 443 615 

1 443 615 

1 624 778 

1 746 636 

1 886 367 

Housing Allowances 











Other benefits and allowances 











Sub Total - Councillors 


11 933 927 

14 613 183 

17 087 587 

18 817 670 

16 962 404 

16 962 404 

19 698 455 

21 175 838 

22 869 905 

% increase 

4 


22.5% 

16.9% 

10.1% 

(9.9%) 

- 

16.1% 

7.5% 

8.0% 

Senior Manaqers of the Municipality 

2 










Basic Salaries and Wages 


3 189 212 

3 643 205 

4 960 927 

4 327 913 

4 327 913 

3 643 205 

6 281 182 

6 752 271 

7 292 452 

Pension and UIF Contributions 











Medical Aid Contributions 











Overtime 











Performance Bonus 





701 220 

701 220 

503 662 

998 423 

1 073 305 

1 159 169 

Motor Vehicle Allowance 

3 

557 599 

503 662 

810 165 

675 600 

675 600 

669 600 

979 692 

1 053 169 

1 137 422 

Cellphone Allowance 

3 










Housing Allowances 

3 










Other benefits and allowances 

3 










Payments in lieu of leave 











Long service awards 











Post-retirement benefit obligations 

6 










Sub Total - Senior Managers of Municipality 


3 746 811 

4 146 867 

5 771 092 

5 704 733 

5 704 733 

4 816 467 

8 259 297 

8 878 744 

9 589 044 

% increase 

4 


10.7% 

39.2% 

(1.1%) 

- 

(15.6%) 

71.5% 

7.5% 

8.0% 

Other Municipal Staff 











Basic Salaries and Wages 


148 715 473 

164 260 900 

197 456 837 

221 864 093 

219 972 853 

220 861 119 

242 841 335 

261 678 139 

280 482 917 

Pension and UIF Contributions 


26 806 533 

29 061 479 

35 827 280 

41 030 576 

40 038 751 

40 038 751 

45 130 933 

48 741 359 

52 742 944 

Medical Aid Contributions 


10 324 658 

11 969 966 

14 784 080 

15 931 667 

16 885 598 

16 885 598 

19 053 609 

20 467 527 

22 149 796 

Overtime 


30 268 681 

37 616 538 

47 942 521 

52 522 971 

55 985 180 

55 985 180 

58 679 693 

63 323 314 

68 117 795 

Performance Bonus 








3 372 130 

6 203 239 

9 180 491 

Motor Vehicle Allowance 

3 










Cellphone Allowance 

3 

64 542 

299 635 

502 503 

639 272 

618 622 

618 622 

668 753 

718 677 

775 675 

Housing Allowances 

3 

1 462 269 

1 647 362 

1 565 377 

1 596 408 

1 743 407 

1 743 407 

1 834 222 

1 971 593 

2 129 106 

Other benefits and allowances 

3 

3 854 273 

4 282 538 

4 866 842 

5 142 246 

5 343 691 

5 343 691 

5 822 155 

6 267 558 

6 770 587 

Payments in lieu of leave 











Long service awards 











Post-retirement benefit obligations 

6 










Sub Total - Other Municipal Staff 


221 496 428 

249 138 418 

302 945 439 

338 727 233 

340 588 102 

341 476 368 

377 402 830 

409 371 407 

442 349 311 

% increase 

4 


12.5% 

21.6% 

11.8% 

0.5% 

0.3% 

10.5% 

8.5% 

8.1% 












Total Parent Municipality 


237 177 166 

267 898 468 

325 804 117 

363 249 636 

363 255 239 

363 255 239 

405 360 582 

439 425 989 

474 808 260 




13.0% 

21.6% 

11.5% 

0.0% 


11.6% 

8.4% 

8.1% 

TOTAL SALARY, ALLOWANCES & BENEFITS 













237 177 166 

267 898 468 

325 804 117 

363 249 636 

363 255 239 

363 255 239 

405 360 582 

439 425 989 

474 808 260 

% increase 

4 


13.0% 

21.6% 

11.5% 

0.0% 

- 

11.6% 

8.4% 

8.1% 

TOTAL MANAGERS AND STAFF 

5,7 

225 243 239 

253 285 285 

308 716 531 

344 431 966 

346 292 835 

346 292 835 

385 662 127 

418 250 151 

451 938 355 


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SALARIES, ALLOWANCES AND BENEFITS 


TABLE SA23 


Steve Tshwete Municipality - MP313 

Disclosure of Salaries, Allowances & Benefits 1. 

Ref 

No. 

Salary 

Contributions 

Allowances 

Performance 

Bonuses 

In-kind benefits 

Total Package 

Rand per annum 




1. 




2. 

Councillors 

3 








Speaker 

4 

1 

388 789 

85 684 

185 417 



659 890 

Chief Whip 


1 

346 746 

72 894 

175 532 



595 172 

Executive Mayor 


1 

454 324 

138 770 

224 957 



818 051 

Deputy Executive Mayor 


- 



- 



- 

Executive Committee 


6 

2 323 149 

345 771 

1 053 194 



3 722 114 

Total for all other councillors 


49 

9 075 265 

556 437 

4 271 527 



13 903 228 

Total Councillors 

8 

58 

12 588 274 

1 199 555 

5 910 626 



19 698 455 

Senior Managers of the Municipality 

5 








Municipal Manager (MM) 


1 

1 249 500 


221 708 

203 407 


1 674 615 

Chief Finance Officer 


1 

1 056 792 


163 222 

172 036 


1 392 050 

Deputy Municipal Manager (MM) 


1 

996 572 


137 542 

162 233 


1 296 347 

Executive Manager - Technical & Facilities 


1 

916 869 


227 422 

149 258 


1 293 549 

Executive Manager - Public Services 


1 

996 572 


150 382 

162 233 


1 309 187 

Executive Manager - Corporate Services 


1 

916 869 


227 422 

149 258 


1 293 549 

List of each officai with packages >= senior manager 









Total Senior Managers of the Municipality 

8,10 

6 

6 133 174 

- 

1 127 698 

998 425 


8 259 297 










TOTAL COST OF COUNCILLOR, DIRECTOR and EXECUTIVE REMUNI 

10 

64 

17 815 482 

1 199 555 

7 038 324 

998 425 


27 051 786 


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SUMMARY OF PERSONNEL NUMBERS 


TABLE SA24 




Steve Tshwete Municipality ■ 

MP313 






Summary of Personnel Numbers 

Ref 

2013/14 

Current Year 2014/15 

Budget Year 2015/16 i 

Number 

1,2 

Positions 

Permanent 

Contract 

Positions 

Permanent 

Contract 

Positions 

Permanent 

Contract 

employees 

employees 

employees 

employees 

employees 

employees 

Municipal Council and Boards of Municipal Entities 











Councillors (Political Office Bearers plus Other Councillors) 

Board Members of municipal entities 

4 

58 

58 


58 

58 

- 

58 

56 

- 

Municipal employees 

5 




56 

44 

7 

58 

40 

4 

Municipal Manager and Senior Managers 

3 

6 

- 

6 

6 

5 

5 

6 

- 

4 

Other Managers 

7 

50 

42 

8 

50 

39 

2 

52 

40 

- 

Professionals 


113 

103 

- 

65 

52 

- 

64 

48 

3 

Finance 


18 

17 

- 

20 

12 

- 

25 

17 

2 

Spatial/town planning 


3 

3 

- 

3 

2 

- 

3 

2 

- 

Information Technology 


1 

1 

- 

1 

1 

- 

1 

1 

- 

Roads 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Electricity 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Water 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Sanitation 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Refuse 


1 

1 

- 

1 

1 

- 

2 

1 

1 

Other 


90 

81 

- 

40 

36 

- 

33 

27 

- 

Technicians 


53 

51 

1 

61 

50 

1 

58 

49 

4 

Finance 


7 

7 


12 

7 

- 

7 

6 

4 

Spatial/town planning 


7 

7 


8 

7 

- 

8 

6 

- 

Information Technology 


4 

3 

1 

4 

3 

1 

3 

3 

- 

Roads 


8 

8 


8 

7 

- 

6 

4 

- 

Electricity 


16 

15 


16 

15 

- 

13 

11 

- 

Water 


3 

3 


4 

4 

- 

5 

5 

- 

Sanitation 


4 

4 


4 

3 

- 

2 

1 

- 

Refuse 


2 

2 


2 

2 

- 

1 

1 

- 

Other 


2 

2 


3 

2 

- 

13 

12 

- 

Clerks (Clerical and administrative) 


254 

239 

- 

242 

232 

5 

206 

192 

10 

Service and sales workers 


172 

165 


180 

173 

- 

178 

166 

- 

Skilled agricultural and fishery workers 


- 

- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Craft and related trades 


120 

112 


124 

110 

- 

152 

135 

- 

Plant and Machine Operators 


141 

137 


143 

136 

- 

178 

167 

- 

Elementary Occupations 


531 

516 


564 

543 

- 

549 

529 

- 

TOTAL PERSONNEL NUMBERS 

9 

1498 

1423 

15 

1549 

1442 

20 

1559 

1422 

25 

% increase 





3.4% 

1.3% 

33.3% 

0.6% 

(1.4%) 

25.0% 

Total municipal employees headcount 

6, 10 










Finance personnel headcount 

8, 10 

101 

99 

2 

116 

102 

5 

111 

95 

4 

Human Resources personnel headcount 

8, 10 

19 

19 


18 

3 

- 

18 

15 

2 


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BUDGETED MONTHLY REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE BY VOTE 


TABLE SA25 


Steve Tshv\ete Municipality - IVP313 


Description 

Ref 

Budget Year 2015/16 

Medium Term Revenue and Expenditure Framework 

July 

August 

Sept 

October 

November 

December 

January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

Budget Year 

2015/16 

Budget Year +1 

2016/17 

Budget Year +2 

2017/18 

Revenue By Source 

















Property rates 


25120148 

25 094 918 

25112 044 

25111098 

25110 211 

25120 547 

25120 672 

25121576 

25120 774 

25119 566 

25120 600 

25 033 348 

301305 502 

316 055 776 

326 327 590 

Property rates - penalties & collection charges 



- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

Service charges - electricity revenue 


45 003 619 

44237 766 

43 611986 

42 255 357 

42 633 320 

42 568 010 

42 826461 

44541742 

44 992 804 

47 593434 

47 221464 

51 178 019 

538 663 982 

606 752 985 

682 819 137 

Service charges - water revenue 


6 745 892 

7144165 

7255 038 

7121973 

7 319 082 

6 724923 

6 669158 

6 927 930 

6 809 914 

6443 805 

6 907 611 

5 352 912 

81422 403 

90 599 974 

100456418 

Service charges - sanitation revenue 


5 702433 

5695 039 

5 694 312 

5 691409 

5 697 306 

5 689133 

5 703 851 

5 689 598 

5 690426 

5696 390 

5 698 378 

5 652 617 

68 300 892 

74 888 897 

81554412 

Service charges - refuse revenue 


6533 363 

6533 099 

6533 565 

6 533 628 

6 533 561 

6533 869 

6533 296 

6 533462 

6533455 

6 533431 

6 533429 

6 533 537 

78401695 

83 511146 

89 368 560 

Service charges - other 



- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

Rental of facilities and equipment 


2954 326 

2 918 525 

2 975025 

3 006 625 

2 944 625 

3 011564 

2 997445 

2 983 545 

2994 044 

3 010 243 

3035185 

3 036 369 

35 867 521 

37 260 823 

39 551305 

Interest earned - external investments 


1087144 

1330 513 

1505 914 

1 814 629 

2178075 

2580 330 

1195 608 

1396110 

1594825 

1682176 

2 851515 

2164421 

21 381 260 

21981300 

23 271 991 

Interest earned - outstanding debtors 


149 952 

152 883 

152447 

158 739 

173 991 

171279 

177 899 

180 976 

157 657 

158 229 

157 811 

175 653 

1 967 516 

2 060 052 

2159468 

Dividends received 



- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

Fines 


1120 263 

1576112 

1295 353 

1206 972 

1411738 

1292 909 

1732454 

1450 679 

1284 552 

1469 643 

1507029 

1601461 

16 949 165 

17196 293 

17402 303 

Licences and permits 


749 085 

861500 

741568 

772 036 

788 786 

954259 

744 288 

724434 

526 982 

571703 

857 664 

616 825 

8 909130 

9353 565 

10 003 336 

Agency services 



1445 790 

1487420 

1251400 

1308 000 

1212 600 

1257 200 

1359 500 

1315 732 

1057 321 

1515 215 

2 084 942 

15 295120 

15 700 700 

16 285135 

Transfers recognised - operational 


49 694 000 

1240 000 


- 

1120 000 

41977 250 


363 000 

30 987 510 

- 


913 540 

126 295 300 

141 525 120 

160 987 640 

Other revenue 


1783 676 

2525 053 

2 203 801 

2 328 023 

2 749 390 

2 733 709 

2 813 206 

2 809426 

2496 068 

2233402 

2427 616 

40 917 951 

68 021 321 

68 514699 

70 212 590 

Gains on disposal of PPE 



- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


150 000 

150 000 

150 000 

150 000 

Total Revenue (excluding capital transfers and contribution 

146 643 901 

100 755 363 

98 568473 

97 251889 

99 968 085 

140 570 382 

97 771538 

100 081978 

130 504743 

101569 343 

103 833 517 

145411505 

1362 930 807 

1485 551330 

1620 549 885 

Expenditure Bv Type 

















Employee related costs 


30 878 404 

29 814 191 

30 346486 

31114815 

31512 263 

33 608 310 

32 583 247 

32 339 764 

33423 792 

32 301 591 

36 324157 

31415107 

385 662127 

418 250 151 

451 938 355 

Remuneration of councillors 


1633439 

1 513 371 

1538 883 

1562 063 

1568 526 

1839 565 

1645 819 

1641829 

1767 388 

1686 997 

1665 042 

1635 533 

19 698455 

21175 838 

22 869 905 

Debt impairment 


760 267 

760 267 

760 267 

760 267 

760 267 

760 267 

760 269 

760 267 

760 269 

760 267 

760 269 

8960 296 

17 323 239 

18 273 836 

19 052 692 

Depreciation & asset impairment 


13102 357 

13102 357 

13 102 357 

13102 357 

13102 357 

13102 357 

13102 357 

13102 356 

13102 356 

13102 356 

13 102 352 

13102 309 

157 228 228 

154696 859 

153 955 056 

Finance charges 



- 

3 

- 


16 733 994 


- 


- 


14156 227 

30 890 224 

42 201 188 

47 969 723 

Bulk purchases 



32 962 636 

34106178 

28 004747 

26 802 323 

27 526 514 

24 764482 

26166156 

34435 372 

34053 753 

33 339 024 

78 007 210 

380168 395 

432457 083 

492 309 937 

Other materials 



- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

Contracted services 


2632 995 

3 292 795 

3 273 711 

3 334745 

3389 680 

2 876 717 

3 391397 

3 276 549 

3 843 910 

4237 252 

3 610078 

3 916 030 

41 075 859 

42 933 592 

45463 512 

Transfers and grants 


5253 773 

5 343 052 

5 659 046 

5494 663 

5 823 952 

5 533 642 

5419464 

6 791260 

5475 610 

5 897 498 

5 518438 

5452 600 

67 662 998 

72 769 828 

77428 759 

Other expenditure 


16 310476 

18 566 836 

26 803 638 

23 321266 

23 005 334 

26 798 335 

23 204 852 

23 060486 

30 028 680 

27492107 

21388 885 

43134682 

303115 577 

316 568 397 

333 383 974 

Loss on disposal of PPE 



- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5000 

5000 

5000 

5000 

Total Expenditure 


70 571711 

105 355 505 

115 590 569 

106 694923 

105 964702 

128 779 701 

104871887 

107 138 667 

122 837 377 

119 531821 

115 708 245 

199 784994 

1402 830102 

1519 331772 

1644376 913 


















Surplus/( Deficit) 


76 072190 

-4600 142 

-17 022 096 

-9443 034 

-5 996 617 

11790 681 

-7100 349 

-7 056 689 

7667 366 

-17 962478 

-11874728 

-54373 399 

-39 899 295 

-33 780442 

-23 827 028 

Transfers recognised - capital 


9300 000 

200 000 


2300 000 

15 550 000 

- 


1500 000 

17 920 240 

- 


15400 000 

62 170 240 

51954 880 

53 631360 

Contributions recognised - capital 



- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

Contributed assets 



- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


49 842 093 

49 842 093 

10 767 000 

8 010 000 



































contributions 

















Taxation 













- 

- 

- 

- 

Attributable to minorities 













- 

- 

- 

- 

Share of surplus/ (deficit) of associate 













- 

- 

- 

- 

Surplus/( Deficit) 

1 

85 372190 

-4400 142 

-17 022 096 

-7143 034 

9553 383 

11790 681 

-7100 349 

-5 556 689 

25 587 606 

-17 962478 

-11874728 

10 868 694 

72113 038 

28 941438 

37 814332 


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TABLE SA26 



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TABLE SA27 



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BUDGETED MONTHLY CAPITAL EXPENDITURE (MUNICIPAL VOTE) 


TABLE SA28 


Steve Tshwete Municipality - IVP313 


Description 

Ref 

Budget Year 2015/16 

Medium Term Revenue and Expenditure 

July 

August 

Sept. 

October 

Nov. 

Dec. 

January 

Feb. 

March 

April 

May 

June 

Budget Year 

2015/16 

Budget Year +1 

2016/17 

Budget Year +2 

2017/18 

Multi-year expenditure to be appropriated 

1 
















Vote 1 - Council & Executive Mayor 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 2 - Municipal Manager 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 3 - Financial Services 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 4 - Corporate Services 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 5 - Community Services 


- 

- 

- 

200 

500 

500 

600 

600 

800 

700 

500 

513 

4 913 

3000 

3000 

Vote 6 - Infrastructure Management 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

1000 

5500 

4800 

3000 

2230 

38 595 

55125 

82953 

52 200 

Vote 7- 













- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 8- 













- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 9- 













- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 10 - 













- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 11 - 













- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 12- 













- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 13 - 













- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 14- 













- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 15- 













- 

- 

- 

- 

Capital multi-year expenditure sub-total 

2 

- 

- 

- 

200 

500 

500 

1600 

6100 

5600 

3 700 

2730 

39107 

60 037 

85 953 

55 200 

Si nql e-year expenditure to be appropriated 

















Vote 1 - Council & Executive Mayor 


- 

- 

- 

3500 

15000 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

850000 

- 

868 500 

40 000 

15000 

Vote 2 - Municipal Manager 


- 

3500 

- 

6000 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

-1500 

8000 

8000 

3000 

Vote 3 - Financial Services 


- 

- 

15000 

25 000 

90000 

40 000 

- 

345 000 

- 

- 

- 

-120 000 

395000 

540000 

350000 

Vote 4 - Corporate Services 


- 

- 

323 000 

605 000 

117 000 

330 000 

165000 

425 000 

247000 

- 

205000 

75 000 

2492 000 

3204000 

3 051700 

Vote 5 - Community Services 


- 

- 

- 

220000 

1195000 

290000 

1166 000 

810000 

1950000 

2150000 

4210000 

-2 624000 

9 367 000 

5 549 500 

9045 500 

Vote 6 - Infrastructure Management 


101500 

811500 

2 631500 

5473 500 

10 712 000 

9 275 500 

10809 500 

16 643 816 

25 256 500 

24676 500 

25 053 500 

31755 580 

163 200 896 

149 710 799 

159 625 660 

Vote 7- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 8- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 9- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 10 - 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 11 - 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 12- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 13 - 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 14 - 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Vote 15- 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Capital single-year expenditure sub-total 

2 

101500 

815 000 

2969 500 

6333 000 

12129 000 

9935 500 

12140 500 

18 223 816 

27453 500 

26 826 500 

30 318 500 

29 085 080 

176331396 

159 052 299 

172 090 860 

Total Capital Expenditure 

2 

101500 

815 000 

2969 500 

6533 000 

12 629 000 

10 435 500 

13 740 500 

24 323 816 

33 053 500 

30 526 500 

33 048 500 

68192 444 

236 368 760 

245 005480 

227 290 860 


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TABLE SA29 


Steve Tshwete Municipality - IVP313 


Description 

Ref 

Budget Year 2015/16 1 

I Medium Term Revenue and Expenditure 



July 

August 

Sept. 

October 

Nov. 

Dec. 

January 

Feb. 

March 

April 

May 

June 

Budget Year 

2015/16 

Budget Year +1 

2016/17 

Budget Year +2 

2017/18 


1 
















Governance and administration 



2000 

368 000 

633 500 

2808 500 

520 000 

497 000 

1480 000 

1647 000 

1500 000 

3295 000 

1715 000 

14466 000 

13406 000 

10 768 700 

Executive and council 


- 

- 

3000 

128 500 

105000 


- 

- 

- 

- 

850000 

- 

1086 500 

2111000 

356 000 

Budget and treasury office 


- 

- 

- 

25 000 

25000 

- 

- 

70000 

- 

- 

- 

- 

120000 

200000 

150000 

Corporate services 


- 

2000 

365000 

480 000 

2 678 500 

520000 

497000 

1410000 

1647 000 

1500000 

2445000 

1715 000 

13 259 500 

11095 000 

10 262 700 

Community and public safety 





250 000 

1898 000 

2365 000 

2 761000 

6490 000 

5870 000 

4720 000 

5600 000 

1150 000 

31104 000 

25 547 500 

34461350 

Community and social services 


- 

- 

- 

80 000 

685 000 

228 000 

- 

2700000 

1600000 

600000 

400000 

- 

6293 000 

8437 000 

14007 000 

Sport and recreation 


- 

- 

- 

- 

923000 

1585 000 

1605000 

1600000 

1120000 

600000 

1440000 

- 

8 873 000 

8375 000 

11298 500 

Public safety 


- 

- 

- 

170000 

290000 

552 000 

1156 000 

2040 000 

3150000 

3170000 

3 760000 

1150000 

15438000 

8565 500 

9000850 

Housing 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

150000 

- 

350000 

- 

- 

500000 

170000 

155000 

Health 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Economic and environmental services 


50 000 

451500 

1230 000 

2441000 

3445 000 

4170 000 

4300 000 

6350 000 

6230 000 

7150 000 

9300 000 

8350 000 

53467 500 

61902 699 

68 215 360 

Planning and development 


- 

51500 

- 

56 000 

- 

20000 

- 

- 

30000 

- 

- 

1000000 

1157 500 

11000 

3000 

Road transport 


50000 

400 000 

1230000 

2385 000 

3445000 

4150000 

4300000 

6350000 

6200000 

7150000 

9300000 

7350000 

52 310000 

61 891 699 

68 212 360 

Environmental protection 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Trading services 


51500 

361500 

1371500 

3208 500 

4477 500 

3380 500 

6182 500 

10 003 816 

19 306 500 

17156 500 

14853 500 

56 977 444 

137 331260 

144149 281 

113 845 450 

Electricity 


17 500 

37 500 

300 500 

1700 500 

821500 

1939 500 

860 500 

5 967 816 

13 252 500 

12775 500 

11210 500 

8052184 

56 936 000 

42 215 000 

43 257000 

V\hler 


- 

240000 

1012 000 

887 000 

1710000 

805 000 

3 547 000 

3260000 

3 910000 

2555 000 

1951000 

13499 516 

33 376 516 

41886 387 

40 591000 

V\&ste water management 


34000 

84000 

59 000 

421000 

946 000 

136 000 

397 000 

176 000 

994000 

626 000 

692 000 

27 512 980 

32 077 980 

49 692 294 

20 931450 

V\hste management 


- 

- 

- 

200000 

1000 000 

500 000 

1378 000 

600 000 

1150 000 

1200 000 

1000 000 

7912 764 

14 940 764 

10355 600 

9066 000 

Other 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Total Capital Expenditure - Standard 

2 

101500 

815 000 

2969 500 

6533 000 

12 629 000 

10435 500 

13 740 500 

24323 816 

33 053 500 

30 526 500 

33 048 500 

68192 444 

236 368 760 

245 005480 

227 290 860 

Funded by: 

















National Government 


- 

200 

300 

700 

2000 

2500 

3600 

10100 

10 500 

10400 

8112 

13 758 

62170 

51955 

53 631 

Provincial Government 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Dstrict Municipality 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Other transfers and grants 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Transfers recognised - capital 


- 

200 

300 

700 

2000 

2500 

3600 

10100 

10 500 

10 400 

81 12 

13 758 

62170 

51955 

53 631 

Public contributions & donations 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

Borrowing 


50 

400 

1225 

2500 

2175 

3650 

3 575 

7002 

14 560 

11539 

12 071 

39 229 

97 976 

114770 

101000 

Internally generated funds 


52 

215 

1445 

3333 

8454 

4286 

6566 

7222 

7994 

8588 

12 866 

15206 

76 223 

78 281 

72 660 

Total Capital Funding 


102 

815 

2 970 

6533 

12 629 

10 436 

13 741 

24324 

33 054 

30 527 

33 049 

68192 

236 369 

245 005 

227 291 


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TABLE SABO 



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LIST OF EXTERNAL MECHANISMS 


TABLE SA32 


Steve Tshwete Municipality - MP313 

External mechanism 

Yrsf 

Mths 

Period of 
agreement 1. 

Service provided 

Expiry date of service 
delivery agreement or 
contract 

Monetary value 
of agreement 2, 

Name of organisation 


Number 



R thousand 

NONE 







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CONTRACTS HAVING FUTURE BUDGETARY IMPLICATIONS 


TABLE SA33 






Steve Tshwete Municipality 

- MP313 


Description 

Ref 

Preceding 

Years 

Current Year 

2014/15 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 
Framework 

Forecast 

2018/19 

Forecast 

2019/20 

Forecast 

2020/21 

Forecast 

2021/22 

Forecast 

2022/23 

Forecast 

2023/24 

Forecast 

2024/25 

Total 

Contract 

Value 


1,3 

Total 

Original 

Budget 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year 
+1 2016/17 

Budget Year 
+2 2017/18 

Estimate 

Estimate 

Estimate 

Estimate 

Estimate 

Estimate 

Estimate 

Estimate 

Parent Municipality: 

Revenue Obligation By Contract 

2 














Contract 1 















Contract 2 















Contract 3 etc 















Total Operating Revenue Implication 















Expenditure Obligation By Contract 

2 














Aon South Africa (Pty) 


4752 

5184916 

6034760 

6459424 

6912185 








29343317 

New Vending system 



336568 

370225 

407247 

447972 








1562013 

Pre-paid Electricity outlets 



4326850 

4759535 

5235489 

5759037 








20080911 

Total Operating Expenditure Implication 


4752 

9848334 

11164520 

12102160 

13119194 








50986240 

Capital Expenditure Obligation By Contract 

2 














Contract 1 















Contract 2 















Contract 3 etc 















Total Capital Expenditure Implication 


- 




























Total Parent Expenditure Implication 


4 752 

9 848 334 

11 164 520 

12 102 160 

13 119 194 










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CAPITAL EXPENDITURE ON NEW ASSETS 


TABLE SA34a 


Steve Tshwete Municipality - MP313 


Description 

Ref 

1 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 

Current Year 2014/15 

1 2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 1 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Original 

Budget 

Adjusted 

Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year 
+1 2016/17 

Budget Year 
+2 2017/18 

Capital expenditure on new assets bv Asset Class/Su 

b-cla 

ss 









Infrastructure 


72 737 995 

136 275 155 

111 279 725 

110 553 680 

140 751 831 

140 751 831 

123 563 496 

119 543 880 

116 977 810 

Infrastructure - Road transport 


42 061 961 

69 917 703 

57 589 557 

56 408 980 

65 157 975 

65 157 975 

42 060 000 

51 879 699 

57 427 360 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 


31 473 939 

55 358 620 

50 795 221 

50 108 980 

57 656 445 

57 656 445 

35 510 000 

41 479 699 

47 827 360 

Storm water 


10 588 022 

14 559 083 

6 794 336 

6 300 000 

7 501 530 

7 501 530 

6 550 000 

10 400 000 

9 600 000 

Infrastructure - Electricity 


24 177 999 

17 371 671 

18 769 450 

32 250 000 

32 820 000 

32 820 000 

47 006 000 

28 900 000 

27 715 000 

Generation 











Transmission & Reticulation 


23 546 499 

15 079 800 

16 361 928 

28 850 000 

31 320 000 

31 320 000 

42 856 000 

24 150 000 

23 065 000 

Street Lighting 


631 500 

2 291 871 

2 407 522 

3 400 000 

1 500 000 

1 500 000 

4 150 000 

4 750 000 

4 650 000 

Infrastructure - Water 


3 402 472 

21 569 233 

19 424 838 

7475 000 

19 077 666 

19 077 666 

23 034 516 

30 126 887 

29 645 000 

Dams & Reservoirs 




11 864 


250 000 

250 000 


500 000 

2 000 000 

Water purification 


343 175 

91 088 

4 407 958 


6 500 000 

6 500 000 

10 000 000 

8 000 000 

6 500 000 

Reticulation 


3 059 297 

21 478 145 

15 005 016 

7 475 000 

12 327 666 

12 327 666 

13 034 516 

21 626 887 

21 145 000 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 


1 488 767 

26 531 341 

12 223 152 

12 669 700 

20 541 190 

20 541 190 

7 662 980 

4 937 294 

1 690 450 

Reticulation 


1 488 767 

7 296 630 

12 223 152 

8 669 700 

16 541 190 

16 541 190 

7 662 980 

4 937 294 

1 690 450 

Sewerage purification 



19 234 711 


4 000 000 

4 000 000 

4 000 000 




Infrastructure - Other 


1 606 796 

885 207 

3 272 728 

1 750 000 

3 155 000 

3 155 000 

3 800 000 

3 700 000 

500 000 

Waste Management 


859 272 

120 016 


1 200 000 

2 400 000 

2 400 000 

1 800 000 



Transportation 

2 

29 516 


226 699 

150 000 

150 000 

150 000 

250 000 



Gas 











Other 

3 

718 008 

765 191 

3 046 029 

400 000 

605 000 

605 000 

1 750 000 

3 700 000 

500 000 

Community 


33 825 447 

15 773 967 

33 153 330 

9 520 000 

10 621 200 

10 621 200 

8 583 000 

12 100 000 

18 255 000 

Parks & gardens 


2 875 171 

1 847 865 

3 766 782 

2 500 000 

2 500 000 

2 500 000 

500 000 

1 400 000 

2 900 000 

Sportsfields & stadia 


4 721 045 

2 460 189 


1 550 000 

1 550 000 

1 550 000 

2 500 000 

2 000 000 

2 500 000 

Swimming pools 











Community halls 


23 593 713 

9 873 558 

3 667 450 

1 500 000 

1 849 300 

1 849 300 

500 000 

4 000 000 

5 000 000 

Libraries 











Recreational facilities 


52 616 



75 000 

75 000 

75 000 




Fire, safety & emergency 











Security and policing 


69 523 

119 445 

23 729 793 

1 095 000 

3 846 900 

3 846 900 

1 333 000 

1 150 000 

1 305 000 

Buses 

7 










Clinics 



76 624 








Museums & Art Galleries 











Cemeteries 


2 513 379 

1 396 286 

1 989 305 

2 800 000 

800 000 

800 000 

3 750 000 

3 550 000 

6 550 000 

Social rental housing 

8 










Other 






















Heritaqe assets 











Buildings 











Other 

9 





















Investment properties 











Housing development 











Other 






















Other assets 


14412 936 

40 792 854 

105 036 402 

14 692 000 

28 371 826 

28 371 826 

6 517 000 

8 838 000 

10 360 050 

General vehicles 


1 076 856 

2 178 270 

5 964 162 

3 550 000 

4 739 013 

4 739 013 

705 000 

2 500 000 

2 000 000 

Specialised vehicles 

10 


3 524 349 

3 764 836 





1 000 000 


Plant & equipment 


5 430 220 

8 459 105 

3 073 843 

8 366 000 

14 543 913 

14 543 913 

3 373 500 

3 106 000 

6 131 350 

Computers - hardware/equipment 


1 285 672 

787 508 

1 052 631 

651 000 

651 000 

651 000 

1 222 000 

1 323 000 

1 341 700 

Furniture and other office equipment 


577 866 

1 141 627 

611 316 

815 000 

815 000 

815 000 

646 500 

444 000 

422 000 

Abattoirs 











Markets 











Civic Land and Buildings 


2 215 423 

9 585 435 

3 529 690 

1 060 000 

3 362 900 

3 362 900 




Other Buildings 


2 109 466 

11 886 731 

21 958 038 

250 000 

250 000 

250 000 

570 000 

465 000 

465 000 

Other Land 


1 717 433 

3 229 829 

65 081 886 


4 010 000 

4 010 000 




Surplus Assets - (Investment or Inventory) 











Other 






















Agricultural assets 











List sub-class 






















Bioloqical assets 











List sub-class 






















Intanqibles 


747 457 

670 366 

1 010 955 







Computers - software & programming 


747 457 

670 366 

1 010 955 







Other (list sub-class) 






















Total Capital Expenditure on new assets 

~T~ 

121 723 835 

193 512 342 

250 480 412 

134 765 680 

179 744 857 

179 744 857 

138 663 496 

140 481 880 

145 592 860 


Specialised vehicles 



3 524 349 

3 764 836 





1 000 000 


Refuse 

Fire 

Conservancy 

Ambulances 



1 149 881 

2 374 468 

1321206 

2 443 630 





1 000 000 



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CAPITAL EXPENDITURE ON REPLACEMENT OF ASSET 


TABLE SA34b 


Steve Tshwete Municipality - MP313 


Description 

Ref 

1 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 

Current Year 2014/15 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Original 

Budget 

Adjusted 

Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year 
+1 2016/17 

Budget Year 
+2 2017/18 

Capital expenditure on renewal of existinq assets by As 

setC 

ass/Sub-class 









Infrastructure 


86 024 472 

23 346 373 

40 117 979 

30 250 000 

54 408 250 

54 408 251 

61 367 764 

78 355 000 

57 693 000 

Infrastructure - Road transport 


29 332 349 

12 129 270 

12 835 558 

11 460 000 

13 544 800 

13 544 801 

11 500 000 

11 345 000 

11 600 000 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 


26 838 247 

10 731 999 

12 688 051 

10 660 000 

12 744 800 

12 744 801 

11 200 000 

11 345 000 

11 600 000 

Storm water 


2 494 102 

1 397 271 

147 507 

800 000 

800 000 

800 000 

300 000 



Infrastructure - Electricity 


15 700 799 

9 102 902 

12 384 012 

13 250 000 

17 851 950 

17 851 950 

15 850 000 

15 750 000 

17 950 000 

Generation 











Transmission & Reticulation 


14 502 180 

8 446 035 

12 051 792 

12 650 000 

17 251 950 

17 251 950 

12 650 000 

14 850 000 

17 050 000 

Street Lighting 


1 198 619 

656 867 

332 220 

600 000 

600 000 

600 000 

3 200 000 

900 000 

900 000 

Infrastructure - Water 


1 998 617 

1 656 347 

3 679 278 

4 860 000 

6 950 000 

6 950 000 

6 865 000 

7 010 000 

7 413 000 

Dams & Resen/oirs 










300 000 

Water purification 


18 500 

177 495 

81 629 

215 000 

315 000 

315 000 

230 000 

240 000 

220 000 

Reticulation 


1 980 117 

1 478 852 

3 597 649 

4 645 000 

6 635 000 

6 635 000 

6 635 000 

6 770 000 

6 893 000 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 


36 717 624 

411 889 

11 205 387 

680 000 

15 471 500 

15 471 500 

22 240 000 

41 250 000 

17 730 000 

Reticulation 


22 313 249 

294 302 

238 227 

530 000 

902 000 

902 000 

540 000 

550 000 

565 000 

Sewerage purification 


14 404 375 

117 587 

10 967 160 

150 000 

14 569 500 

14 569 500 

21 700 000 

40 700 000 

17 165 000 

Infrastructure - Other 


2 275 083 

45 965 

13 744 


590 000 

590 000 

4 912 764 

3 000 000 

3 000 000 

Waste Management 








4 912 764 

3 000 000 

3 000 000 

Transportation 

2 










Gas 











Other 

3 

2 275 083 

45 965 

13 744 


590 000 

590 000 




Community 


4 785 988 

3 674 485 

4 510 735 

3 620 000 

6 479 720 

6 479 720 

5 985 000 

3 885 000 

4 075 000 

Parks & gardens 


224 637 

199 825 

799 900 




1 600 000 

580 000 

520 000 

Sportsfields & stadia 


2 282 599 

848 278 

764 765 

1 050 000 

1 050 000 

1 050 000 

630 000 

950 000 

1 200 000 

Swimming pools 




715 455 







Community halls 



289 493 

35 280 


1 464 720 

1 464 720 




Libraries 


198 605 









Recreational facilities 


524 123 

697 320 

403492 

500 000 

500 000 

500 000 




Fire, safety & emergency 











Security and policing 


653 226 

1 639 569 

1 791 843 

1 670 000 

3 065 000 

3 065 000 

3 355 000 

2 355 000 

2 355 000 

Buses 

7 










Clinics 


902 798 









Museums & Art Galleries 











Cemeteries 





400 000 

400 000 

400 000 

400 000 



Social rental housing 

8 










Other 






















Heritaqe assets 











Buildings 











Other 

9 





















Investment properties 











Housing development 











Other 






















Other assets 


20 165 089 

7 615 980 

12 126 086 

18 829 500 

23 601 650 

23 601 650 

30 352 500 

22 283 600 

19 930 000 

General vehicles 


2 384 326 

2 644 163 

2 925 086 

4 950 000 

6 740 000 

6 740 000 

6 760 000 

4 065 000 

4 105 000 

Specialised vehicles 

10 

708 237 


447 018 




5 520 000 

500 000 


Plant & equipment 


10 816 299 

2 247 273 

6 711 782 

5 656 000 

8 218 150 

8 218 150 

14 128 000 

14 381 600 

13 418 000 

Computers - hardware/equipment 


4 903 774 

2 499 937 

1 210 263 

1 423 500 

1 593 500 

1 593 500 

740 000 

1 200 000 

761 000 

Furniture and other office equipment 


343 834 

19 260 

265 318 

400 000 

421 000 

421 000 

54 500 

187 000 

146 000 

Abattoirs 











Markets 











Civic Land and Buildings 


688 619 

205 347 

510 619 

6 400 000 

6 385 000 

6 385 000 

2 850 000 

1 650 000 

1 200 000 

Other Buildings 




56000 


244 000 

244 000 

300 000 

300 000 

300 000 

Other Land 


320 000 









Surplus Assets - (Investment or Inventory) 











Other 











Aqricultural assets 











List sub-class 






















Bioloqical assets 











List sub-class 






















Intanqibles 


172 709 

82 470 


434 000 






Computers - software & programming 


172 709 

82 470 


434 000 






Other (list sub-class) 






















Total Capital Expenditure on renewal of existing assets 

~T~ 

111 148 258 

34 719 308 

56 754 800 

53 133 500 

84 489 620 

84 489 621 

97 705 264 

104 523 600 

81 698 000 


Specialised vehicles 


708 237 


447 018 




5 520 000 

500 000 


Refuse 

Fire 

Conservancy 

Ambulances 


708 237 


447 018 




800 000 

4 720 000 

500 000 



Renewal of Existing Assets as % of total capex 
Renewal of Existing Assets as % of deprecn" 


47.7% 

69.6% 

15.2% 

22.9% 

18.5% 

37.2% 

28.3% 

30.1% 

32.0% 

47.9% 

32.0% 

47.9% 

41.3% 

62.1% 

42.7% 

67.6% 

35.9% 

53.1% 


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PART 2 - Supporting Documents 







REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE EXPENDITURE BY ASSET TYPE 


TABLE SA34C 


Steve Tshwete Municipality - MP313 

Description 

Ref 

1 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 

Current Year 2014/15 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Original 

Budget 

Adjusted 

Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year 
+1 2016/17 

Budget Year 
+2 2017/18 

Repairs and maintenance expenditure bv Asset Class 

Sub- 

class 









Infrastructure 


23 672 711 

24 436 233 

21 736 575 

24 553 015 

30 878 157 

30 878 157 

32 169 803 

35 063 221 

37 211 216 

Infrastructure - Road transport 


4 563 924 

4 563 722 

4 199 904 

5 400 915 

6 823 067 

6 823 067 

6 504 348 

6 867 707 

7 240 390 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 


4 563 924 

4 563 722 

4 199 904 

5 400 915 

6 823 067 

6 823 067 

6 504 348 

6 867 707 

7 240 390 

Storm water 











Infrastructure - Electricity 


16 232 361 

16 722 339 

13 910 595 

15 584 000 

19 150 700 

19 150 700 

20 566 313 

22 875 118 

24 412 888 

Generation 











Transmission & Reticulation 


13 801 786 

14 187 002 

12 079 551 

13 153 500 

16 293 675 

16 293 675 

17 576 358 

19 735 666 

21 114 363 

Street Lighting 


2 430 576 

2 535 337 

1 831 044 

2 430 500 

2 857 025 

2 857 025 

2 989 955 

3 139 452 

3 298 525 

Infrastructure - Water 


1 621 361 

1 837 861 

2 409 682 

2 035 600 

2 705 250 

2 705 250 

2 979 612 

3 089 571 

3 211 563 

Dams & Reservoirs 




60 282 

135 000 



165 000 

127 610 

67 500 

Water purification 


61 358 

20875 

80 860 

138 750 

130 250 

130 250 

153 712 

161 150 

170 530 

Reticulation 


1 560 003 

1 816 986 

2 268 540 

1 761 850 

2 575 000 

2 575 000 

2 660 900 

2 800 811 

2 973 533 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 


564 597 

713 041 

777 908 

834 000 

1 569 325 

1 569 325 

1 701 030 

1 791 400 

1 884 925 

Reticulation 


564 597 

713 041 

777 908 

834 000 

1 569 325 

1 569 325 

1 701 030 

1 791 400 

1 884 925 

Sewerage purification 











Infrastructure - Other 


690 468 

599 270 

438 486 

698 500 

629 815 

629 815 

418 500 

439 425 

461 450 

Waste Management 


690 468 

599 270 

438 486 

698 500 

629 815 

629 815 

418 500 

439 425 

461 450 

Transportation 

2 










Gas 











Other 

3 










Community 


1 377 255 

1 426 021 

1 902 459 

1 533 825 

2 640 050 

2 640 050 

8 601 989 

9 153 950 

9 724 110 

Parks & gardens 


439 403 

471 872 

335 528 

572 800 

780 000 

780 000 

7 488 700 

8 028 040 

8 530 300 

Sportsfields & stadia 


182 288 

216 011 

362 732 

231 525 

660 100 

660 100 

410 200 

383 350 

406 340 

Swimming pools 











Community halls 




515 398 


537 800 

537 800 




Libraries 











Recreational facilities 











Fire, safety & emergency 











Security and policing 


520 356 

455 370 

413 751 

437 500 

364 050 

364 050 

459 589 

486 420 

513 820 

Buses 

7 










Clinics 


206 467 

242 759 

275 049 

250 000 

254 000 

254 000 

197 200 

207 060 

221 600 

Museums & Art Galleries 











Cemeteries 


28 740 

40 009 


42 000 

44100 

44100 

46 300 

49 080 

52 050 

Social rental housing 

8 










Other 






















Heritaqe assets 











Buildings 











Other 

9 





















Investment properties 











Housing development 











Other 






















Other assets 


19 900 587 

23 478 336 

23 484 192 

25 220 698 

29 445 446 

29 445 446 

30 212 298 

32 177 090 

33 340 421 

General vehicles 


7 613 593 

8 642 484 

9 266 062 

8 619 201 

10 829 587 

10 829 587 

11 157 682 

11 870 304 

12 659 238 

Specialised vehicles 

10 










Plant & equipment 


5 707 903 

7 175 712 

6 354 237 

7 636 609 

9 048 183 

9 048 183 

8 821 183 

9 350 294 

9 520 102 

Computers - hardware/equipment 


2 426 126 

2 931 305 

3 102 024 

3 274 635 

3 926 809 

3 926 809 

3 978 750 

4 335 275 

4 597 833 

Furniture and other office equipment 



8156 








Abattoirs 











Markets 











Civic Land and Buildings 











Other Buildings 


4 152 964 

4 720 680 

4 761 869 

5 606 853 

5 640 867 

5 640 867 

6 254 683 

6 621 217 

6 563 248 

Other Land 











Surplus Assets - (Investment or Inventory) 











Other 





83400 

















Agricultural assets 











List sub-class 






















Bioloqical assets 











List sub-class 






















Intanqibles 


2 240 728 

2 090 663 

2 542 971 

2 461 701 

2 796 980 

2 796 980 

3 143 800 

3 258 724 

3413 964 

Computers - software & programming 


2 240 728 

2 090 663 

2 542 971 

2 461 701 

2 796 980 

2 796 980 

3 143 800 

3 258 724 

3 413 964 

Other (list sub-class) 






















Total Repairs and Maintenance Expenditure 

1 

47 191 281 

51 431 252 

49 666 196 

53 769 239 

65 760 633 

65 760 633 

74 127 890 

79 652 985 

83 689 711 













Refuse 











Fire 











Conservancy 











Ambulances 












R&M as a %of PPE 


0.8% 

0.9% 

0.8% 

0.9% 

1.1% 

1.1% 

1.2% 

1.3% 

1.3% 

R&Mas % Operating Expenditure 


5.2% 

4.9% 

4.4% 

4.0% 

5.1% 

5.1% 

5.3% 

5.2% 

5.1% 


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PART 2 - Supporting Documents 







DEPRECIATION BY ASSET CLASS 


TABLE SA34d 


Steve Tshwete Municipality - MP313 


Description 

Ref 

1 

2011/12 

2012/13 

2013/14 

Current Year 2014/15 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 1 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Audited 

Outcome 

Original 

Budget 

Adjusted 

Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year 
+1 2016/17 

Budget Year 
+2 2017/18 

Depreciation bv Asset Class/Sub-class 











Infrastructure 


117 544 700 

106 657 916 

107 874 897 

120 071 964 

120 071 964 

120 071 964 

110 084 498 

109 897 363 

109 761478 

Infrastructure - Road transport 


54 571 353 

42 842 890 

45 444 382 

47 194 901 

47 194 901 

47 194 901 

44 747 327 

42 244 187 

39 647 911 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 


42 711 859 

31 048 053 

34 613 148 

35 020 347 

35 020 347 

35 020 347 

33 481 453 

30 785 309 

28 048 950 

Storm water 


11 859 494 

11 794 837 

10 831 234 

12 174 555 

12 174 555 

12 174 555 

11 265 874 

11 458 878 

11 598 961 

Infrastructure - Electricity 


25 022 853 

27 753 189 

29 524 167 

29 483 285 

29 483 285 

29 483 285 

27 403 895 

28 859 435 

30 144 585 

Generation 











Transmission & Reticulation 


23 284 718 

25 966 427 

27 633 908 

27 572 542 

27 572 542 

27 572 542 

25 459 195 

26 758 292 

27 842 106 

Street Lighting 


1 738 134 

1 786 762 

1 890 259 

1 910 743 

1 910 743 

1 910 743 

1 944 700 

2 101 143 

2 302 479 

Infrastructure - Water 


21 132 508 

20 559 132 

18 837 909 

23 133 477 

23 133 477 

23 133 477 

18 720 399 

19 298 891 

20 113 486 

Dams & Reservoirs 


6 100 839 

5 980 199 

5 855 952 

6 199 750 

6 199 750 

6 199 750 

5 816 339 

5 802 958 

5 805 820 

Water purification 


1 935 039 

1 479 982 

1 358 656 

2 814 350 

2 814 350 

2 814 350 

2 581 340 

2 615 253 

2 540 997 

Reticulation 


13 096 631 

13 098 951 

11 623 301 

14 119 377 

14 119 377 

14 119 377 

10 322 720 

10 880 680 

11 766 669 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 


11 987 062 

12 790 199 

12 237 483 

16 405 778 

16 405 778 

16 405 778 

16 780 780 

16 983 118 

17 565 455 

Reticulation 


8 333 454 

9 303 028 

8 944 433 

11 970 414 

11 970 414 

11 970 414 

12 608 455 

12 676 109 

12 749 423 

Sewerage purification 


3 653 608 

3 487 171 

3 293 050 

4435 364 

4435 364 

4 435 364 

4 172 325 

4 307 009 

4 816 032 

Infrastructure - Other 


4 830 924 

2 712 506 

1 830 955 

3 854 522 

3 854 522 

3 854 522 

2 432 097 

2 511 732 

2 290 041 

Waste Management 


2 830 168 

1 139 578 

935 707 

1 227 421 

1 227 421 

1 227 421 

1 016 393 

1 056 399 

1 056 363 

Transportation 

2 

323 033 

321 238 

309 255 

330 538 

330 538 

330 538 

334 798 

353 081 

361 413 

Gas 











Other 

3 

1 677 723 

1 251 690 

585 993 

2 296 563 

2 296 563 

2 296 563 

1 080 906 

1 102 252 

872 265 

Community 


15 210 752 

16 866 788 

16 254 832 

18 881 186 

18 881 186 

18 881 186 

16 186 457 

16 747 387 

17 123 292 

Parks & gardens 


2 760 994 

2 805 951 

2 928 962 

2 962 628 

2 962 628 

2 962 628 

3 033 329 

3 147 349 

3 258 663 

Sportsfields & stadia 


3 797 041 

3 773 259 

3 740 494 

3 969 918 

3 969 918 

3 969 918 

3 828 130 

3 924 615 

4 128 019 

Swimming pools 


284 686 

283 909 

175 746 

445 354 

445 354 

445 354 

163 173 

163 173 

163 173 

Community halls 


1 019 720 

3 030 450 

3 034 041 

3 424 689 

3 424 689 

3 424 689 

3 408 433 

3 498 432 

3 598 435 

Libraries 


464 834 

478 377 

421 547 

477 536 

477 536 

477 536 

412 216 

416 224 

421 209 

Recreational facilities 


137 732 

137 355 

148 068 

173 776 

173 776 

173 776 

171 126 

171 127 

187 789 

Fire, safety & emergency 


402 391 

381 888 

337 531 

381 706 

381 706 

381 706 

328 647 

328 652 

328 647 

Security and policing 


2 900 825 

2 526 958 

2 404 352 

3 586 101 

3 586 101 

3 586 101 

3 073 829 

3 286 615 

3 196 171 

Buses 

7 










Clinics 


1 275 637 

1 351 679 

1 282 312 

1 305 783 

1 305 783 

1 305 783 




Museums & Art Galleries 











Cemeteries 


1 750 229 

1 700 190 

1 438 278 

1 757 309 

1 757 309 

1 757 309 

1481 454 

1 525 087 

1 555 067 

Social rental housing 

8 

416 664 

396 771 

343 501 

396 385 

396 385 

396 385 

286 120 

286 113 

286 119 

Other 






















Heritaqe assets 











Buildings 











Other 

9 





















Investment properties 











Housing development 











Other 






















Other assets 


25 846 438 

27 319 861 

27 525 890 

36 330 874 

36 330 874 

36 330 875 

30 190 069 

27 365 341 

26 493 657 

General vehicles 


2 995 887 

3 484 064 

3 989 840 

5 629 753 

5 629 753 

5 629 754 

5 383 083 

5 429 150 

6 228 579 

Specialised vehicles 

10 

1 409 597 

1 401 326 

1 401 326 

1 696 065 

1 696 065 

1 696 065 

1 851 374 

2 011 783 

1 948 525 

Plant & equipment 


6 670 561 

7 572 611 

7 741 119 

11 382 477 

11 382 477 

11 382 477 

8 802 531 

7 803 148 

8 119 172 

Computers - hardware/equipment 


5 785 870 

5 976 703 

6 247 055 

7 007 098 

7 007 098 

7 007 098 

5 332 233 

3 524 385 

1 863 020 

Furniture and other office equipment 


2 171 893 

2 033 309 

2 103 239 

2 243 122 

2 243 122 

2 243 122 

1 821 077 

1 364 796 

949 507 

Abattoirs 


2 244 

2 237 

2 231 

2 230 

2 230 

2 230 




Markets 











Civic Land and Buildings 


5 119 435 

5 227 835 

4 687 540 

5 772 503 

5 772 503 

5 772 503 

4 963 714 

5 191 809 

5 270 285 

Other Buildings 


1 690 952 

1 621 776 

1 353 540 

2 437 688 

2 437 688 

2 437 688 

2 036 057 

2 040 270 

2 082 569 

Other Land 





159 938 

159 938 

159 938 



32 000 

Surplus Assets - (Investment or Inventory) 











Other 






















Agricultural assets 











List sub-class 






















Bioloqical assets 











List sub-class 






















Intanqibles 


988 766 

818 514 

992 046 

967 675 

967 675 

967 675 

767 204 

686 768 

576 629 

Computers - software & programming 


988 766 

818 514 

992 046 

967 675 

967 675 

967 675 

767 204 

686 768 

576 629 

Other (list sub-class) 






















Total Depreciation 

~T~ 

159 590 656 

151 663 080 

152 647 665 

176 251 700 

176 251 700 

176 251 701 

157 228 228 

154 696 859 

153 955 056 


Specialised vehicles 


1 409 597 

1 401 326 

1 401 326 

1 696 065 

1 696 065 

1 696 065 

1 851 374 

2 011 783 

1 948 525 

Refuse 


759 964 

805 182 

805 182 

1 032 224 

1 032 224 

1 032 224 

1 112 583 

1 083 878 

1 024 532 

Fire 


649 633 

596 143 

596 143 

663 842 

663 842 

663 842 

738 791 

927 905 

923 993 

Conservancy 











Ambulances 












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FUTURE FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE CAPITAL BUDGET 


TABLE SA35 


Steve Tshwete Municipality - MP313 


Vote Description 

Ref 

1 2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 1 

Forecasts 1 

Budget Year 
2015/16 

Budget Year +1 
2016/17 

Budget Year +2 
2017/18 

Forecast 

2018/19 

Forecast 

2019/20 

Forecast 

2020/21 

Present value 

Capital expenditure 

1 








Vote 1 - Council & Executive Mayor 


868 500 

40 000 

15 000 

20 000 

20 000 

21 000 

912 167 

Vote 2 - Municipal Manager 


8 000 

8 000 

3 000 

3 000 

3 000 

3150 

25 088 

Vote 3 - Financial Sen/ices 


395 000 

540 000 

350 000 

850 000 

485 000 

509 250 

2 925 372 

Vote 4 - Corporate Services 


2 492 000 

3 204 000 

3 051 700 

2 841 200 

2 376 200 

2 495 010 

15 099 369 

Vote 5 - Community Services 


14 279 764 

8 549 500 

12 045 500 

19 075 600 

18 674 200 

19 607 910 

97 507 206 

Vote 6 - Infrastructure Management 


218 325 496 

232 663 980 

211 825 660 

249 685 800 

197 268 800 

207 132 240 

1 019 567 196 

Vote 7 - 


0 

0 

0 




0 

Vote 8 - 


0 

0 

0 




0 

Vote 9 - 


0 

0 

0 




0 

Vote 10 - 


0 

0 

0 




0 

Vote 11 - 


0 

0 

0 




0 

Vote 12 - 


0 

0 

0 




0 

Vote 13 - 


0 

0 

0 




0 

Vote 14 - 


0 

0 

0 




0 

Vote 15 - 


0 

0 

0 





List entity summary if applicable 









Total Capital Expenditure 


236 368 760 

245 005 480 

227 290 860 

272 475 600 

218 827 200 

229 768 560 

1 136 036 397 

Future operational costs bv vote 

2 








Vote 1 - Council & Executive Mayor 


134 871 

142 964 

151 542 

160 634 

170 272 

180 488 

882 559 

Vote 2 - Municipal Manager 


32 214 

34147 

36 196 

38 368 

40 670 

43110 

210 801 

Vote 3 - Financial Sen/ices 


13 333 

14 133 

14 981 

15 880 

16 833 

17 843 

87 249 

Vote 4 - Corporate Services 


1 619 790 

1 716 978 

1 819 997 

1 929 196 

2 044 948 

2 167 645 

10 599 432 

Vote 5 - Community Services 


2 309 870 

2 448 462 

2 595 369 

2 751 092 

2 916 157 

3 091 127 

15 115 107 

Vote 6 - Infrastructure Management 


19 023 837 

20 165 267 

21 375 183 

22 657 694 

24 017 156 

25 458 185 

124 486 391 

Vote 7 - 









Vote 8 - 









Vote 9 - 









Vote 10 - 









Vote 11 - 









Vote 12 - 









Vote 13 - 









Vote 14 - 









Vote 15 - 









List entity summary if applicable 









Total future operational costs 


23 133 916 

24 521 951 

25 993 268 

27 552 864 

29 206 036 

30 958 398 

151 381 539 

Future revenue bv source 

3 








Property rates 


0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

Property rates - penalties & collection charges 


0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

Service charges - electricity revenue 


0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

Service charges - water revenue 


2 158 500 

2 400 252 

2 661 879 

2 861 520 

3 180 580 

3 535 215 

15 758 538 

Service charges - sanitation revenue 


315 522 

345 023 

375 730 

439 980 

516 625 

606 621 

2 438 652 

Service charges - refuse revenue 


3 794 940 

4 041 611 

4 324 524 

4 640 647 

5 043 455 

5 481 227 

25 635 523 

Service charges - other 


0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

Rental of facilities and equipment 


0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

List other revenues sources if applicable 


1 535 838 

1 612 630 

1 693 261 

1 796 550 

1 907 936 

1 995 702 

9 889 614 

List entity summary if applicable 


0 

0 

0 





Total future revenue 


7 804 800 

8 399 516 

9 055 395 

9 738 698 

10 648 596 

11 618 764 

53 722 327 

Net Financial Implications 


251 697 876 

261 127 914 

244 228 733 

290 289 766 

237 384 640 

249 108 194 

1 233 695 610 


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TABLE SA36 


DETAILED CAPITAL BUDGET BY PROGRAMVE 


Municipal Vote/Capital project 


FYogranV Project description 

Project 

number 


Asset Class 

3 

Asset Sub-Class 

3 

Prior year outcomes 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 

Framework 

Project information 

Audited 

Outcome 

2013/14 

Current Year 

2014/15 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 

2015/16 

Budget Year 

+12016/17 

Budget Year 

+22017/18 

\Afard location 

New or 

renewal 

Parent municipality: 

Mwidpal Vote 














COUNCIL & EXECUTIVE MAYOR 














COUNCIL GENERAL 


EXECUTIVE SUPPORT VEHI CLE 

0008296 

AGG1 

Other assets 

General vehicles 


780 000 

850 000 




R 

COUNCIL GENERAL 


OFFICE FURNITURE 

1200003 

AGG1 

Other assets 

Fumitire and other office equipment 



15000 

40000 

15000 

INST 

N 

COUNCIL GENERAL 


PUBLIC PARTICIPATION MCVEABLE 

STAGE 

1400107 

AGG1 

Other assets 

Computers - hardware/equipment 

86 767 





INST 

N 

COUNCIL GENERAL 


FURNITURE & OFFICE EQUI PMENT 

1400129 

AGG1 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 

26311 


3500 



INST 

N 















MUNICIPAL MANAGER 














INTERNAL AUDIT 


FURNITURE 

1200006 

AGG1 

Other assets 

Fumitire and other office equipment 

8 076 






N 

DEVELOPMENT & STRATEGIC 

SUPPORT 


FURNITURE 

1200010 

AJP1 

Other assets 

Fumitire and other office equipment 


25000 

6000 

8 000 

3000 

INST 

N 

PMU 


GREEN HOUSE TUNNELS 

1600001 

El S3 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 



2000 





LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 


OFFICE FURNITURE & EQUI PMENT 

1500063 

DLE2 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 


18000 

1500 



INST 

N 

LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 


FURNITURE & OFFICE EQUI PMENT 

1400142 

DLE2 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 

227010 






N 















RNACIAL SERVICES 














FINANCE 


PRINTERQATA 

0008160 

CFV1 

Other assets 

Computers - hardvuare/equiprrent 


180 000 




ALL 

R 

FINANCE 


AFTER FOUR VENDING EQUIPMENT 

0900166 

CFV1 

Other assets 

Computers - hardvuare/equiprrent 

42 621 



35000 

35000 

INST 

N 

FINANCE 


FURNITURE & OFFICE EQUI PMENT 

0900260 

CFV1 

Other assets 

Fumitire and other office equipment 

59954 

60000 

80000 

30000 

30000 

NONE 

N 

FINANCE 


NB/V FI NANO AL SERVER FOR 

MIRRORING AND DISATER 

1000183 

CFV1 

Other assets 

Computers - hardviare/equiprrent 

296 949 





INST 


FINANCE 


OFFICE EQUI PMENT & FURNITURE 

1000282 

CFV1 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 

68 382 

75000 

70000 

70000 

70000 

INST 

R 

FINANCE 


FENCING AROUND PETROL DEPOT 

1200038 

CFV1 

Community 

Security and policing 





285 000 

INST 

N 

FINANCE 


RADIO NETWDRK FOR RECEIPTERS 

1300026 

CFV1 

Other assets 

Computers - hardvuare/equiprrent 

10 365 





INST 

N 

FINANCE 


CARD READERS / SCANNERS 

1300027 

CFV1 

Other assets 

Computers - hardvuare/equiprrent 


21000 


25000 


INST 

N 

FINANCE 


REPLACE VEHICLE 

1300060 

CFV1 

Other assets 

General vehicles 


180 000 




INST 

R 

FINANCE 


SURVEI LANCE CAMERAS 

1300087 

CFV1 

Community 

Security and policing 

384021 





INST 


FINANCE 


1 NSTALLATION OF ALARM SYSTEM 

1300091 

CFV1 

Community 

Security and policing 

7126 

17 000 

50000 

50000 

80000 

INST 



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TABLE SA36 


Municipal Vote/Capital project 


PrograrrV Project description 

Project 

number 

IDP 

Goal 

code 

2 

Asset Class 

3 

Asset Sub-Class 

3 

Prior year outcomes 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 

Framevtork 

Project information 

Audited 

Outcome 

2013/14 

Current Year 

2014/15 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 

2015/16 

Budget Year 

+12016/17 

Budget Year 

+22017/18 

Whrd location 

New or 

renewal 

Parent municipality: 

Muicipal Vote 














FINANCE 


FENCING AT KOMATI PAY POINT 

1400044 

CFV1 

Community 

Security and policing 


220 000 




INST 

R 

FINANCE 


FENCING AT PULLENSHOPE 

PAYFO NT 

1400045 

CFV1 

Community 

Security and policing 

232 040 





INST 


FINANCE 


IT EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE 

1400128 

CFV1 

Other assets 

Computers - hardvware/equi prrent 

122016 





INST 


FINANCE 


TROLLEY JACK 

1500045 

CFV1 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 


18000 




INST 

N 

FINANCE 


REPLACE VACUUM CLEANER 

1500046 

CFV1 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 


3000 




INST 

R 

FINANCE 


REPLACE R NANCIAL SERVER 

1500048 

CFV1 

Other assets 

Computers - harcL\are/equi prrent 




450 000 


INST 

R 

FINANCE 


BULK FILLING CABINET 

1500050 

CFV1 

Other assets 

FumitLre and other office equipment 


70000 


80000 


INST 

N 

FINANCE 


METER READING SYSTEM 

1500052 

CFVL 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 


400 000 




INST 

N 

FINANCE 


REPLACE VEHICLE 

1500076 

CFV1 

Other assets 

General vehicles 



275 000 



INST 

R 

FINANCE 


SHELVES 

1600014 

CFVl 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 



40000 



INST 

N 

FINANCE 


FENCING CLEAR VIEW TO CLOSE NEW 

STORE YARD STORAGE 

1400047 

CFVl 

Community 

Security and policing 

119032 





















CORPORATE SERVICES 














ICT SERVICES 


UPGRADE NETWORK BACKBONE 

INFRASTRUCTURE &VOP 

0000001 

AGG1 

Other assets 

Computers - hardware/equiprrent 

386 866 

300 000 

350 000 

350 000 

300 000 

INST 

R 

ICT SERVICES 


UPSS FOR BUI LDI NGSOFFI CES 

0007526 

AGG1 

Other assets 

Computers - hardu\are/equi prrent 

100 937 

180 000 

180 000 

180 000 

180 000 

INST 

N 

ICT SERVICES 


STANDARDISED SOFTWARE 

PACKAGES 

0008001 

AGG1 

Other assets 

Computers - hardu\are/equi prrent 

162 513 

100000 




INST 

N 

ICT SERVICES 


SERVER - NEW IT SYSTEMS 

0008003 

AGG1 

Other assets 

Computers - hardu\are/equi prrent 



210 000 

220000 

231000 

INST 

R 

ICT SERVICES 


BACKUP SYSTEMS 

0008155 

AGG1 

Other assets 

Computers - hardu\ere/equi prrent 


465 000 




INST 

R 

ICT SERVICES 


COMMUNI CAT ON(ADD RADIO UNKS 

TO EXTERNAL STATIONS 

0008157 

AGG1 

Other assets 

Computers - hardwere/equipment 

176 807 

100 000 

350 000 

350000 

350 000 

INST 

N 

ICT SERVICES 


COMPUTER SYSTEMS 

0008197 

AGG1 

Other assets 

Computers - hardu\are/equi prrent 

522 372 

440 000 

565 000 

595 000 

630 000 

INST 

R 

ICT SERVICES 


PRINTERS 

0008198 

AGG1 

Other assets 

Computers - hardware/equipment 

123443 

105 000 

50000 

55000 

60000 

INST 

R 

ICT SERVICES 


SCANNERS 

0008199 

AGG1 

Other assets 

Computers - hardu\are/equi prrent 

79962 

127 000 

60000 

63000 

66 700 

INST 

R 

HUMAN CAPITAL 


OFFICE FURNITURE 

0900131 

BOD1 

Other assets 

FumitLre and other office equipment 

16113 

20000 

12000 

3000 

8000 

INST 

N 

PROPERTY & VALUATIONS 


OFFICE FURNITURE 

0900159 

CFVl 

Other assets 

FumitLre and other office equipment 

13912 

18000 

90000 

3000 



N 

CORPORATE SERVICES 


BULK RUNG CABINETS 

1000118 

AGG1 

Other assets 

FumitLre and other office equipment 

84 760 

70000 

125 000 

75000 

130 000 

INST 

N 


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TABLE SA36 


Municipal Vote/Capital project 


Program! Project description 

Project 

number 

IDP 

Goal 

code 

2 

Asset Class 

3 

Asset Sub-Class 

3 

Prior year outcomes 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 

Framework 

Project information 

Audited 

Outcome 

2013/14 

Current Year 

2014/15 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 

2015/16 

Budget Year 

+12016/17 

Budget Year 

+22017/18 

\Nard location 

New or 

renewal 

Parent municipality: 

Muidpal Vote 














CORPORATE SERVICES 


FURNITURE 

1000155 

AGG1 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 

17 355 

18 000 

3000 

15 000 

3000 

INST 

R 

ICT SERVICES 


PROJECTOR & SCREEN 

1000193 

AGG1 

Other assets 

Computers - harckAare/equi prrent 

53 656 

7000 

17 000 

20000 

10000 

INST 

N 

PROPERTY & VALUATIONS 


CAMERA 

1000250 

CFVL 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 

5254 




8000 


N 

ICT SERVICES 


FURNITURE 

1100042 

AGG1 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 


6000 


3000 


INST 

N 

COMMUNICATIONS 


ENTRANCE BOARDS TOiAAJ 

1200013 

AGC1 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 

29866 





INST 

N 

ICT SERVICES 


1 NSTRUMENTS AND TOOLS FOR 

COMMUNICATION 

1200014 

AGG1 

Other assets 

Plant & equipment 



35000 

15000 

35000 

INST 

N 

ICT SERVICES 


COMMUNICATION TCMERS 

1200015 

AGG1 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 




200 000 

200 000 

INST 

N 

ICT SERVICES 


LAPTOPS 

1200016 

AGG1 

Other assets 

Computers - hardware/equipment 

97 620 

94500 

180 000 

180 000 

180 000 

INST 

R 

ICT SERVICES 


TWD WAY RADIOS FOR ALL 

DEPARTMENTS 

1200019 

AGG1 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 

478 889 

210 000 

230 000 

240 000 

100 000 

INST 

R 

ICT SERVICES 


AIR CONDITIONERS 

1200020 

AGG1 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 




200 000 

200 000 


R 

PROPERTY & VALUATIONS 


SHREDDER 

1200021 

CFVL 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 


3000 





N 

COMMUNICATIONS 


FURNITURE & OFFICE EQUI PMENT 

1200132 

AGC1 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 




3000 


INST 

N 

ICT SERVICES 


SURVEILLANCE AT CIVIC CENTRE 

1300032 

AGG1 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 



125 000 

125 000 

125 000 

INST 

N 

CORPORATE SERVICES 


MOVEABLE LOUD HAILING SYSTEM 

1300088 

AGG1 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 

13867 







HUMAN CAPITAL 


ARCHIVING 

1400049 

BCD1 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 

59 901 

50 000 


40 000 

43 000 


N 

CORPORATE SERVICES 


REPLACE VEHICLE 

1400119 

AGG1 

Other assets 

General vehicles 

152 247 

300 000 


275 000 

200 000 

INST 

R 

COMMUNICATIONS 


PURCHASE CAMERA KIT 

1400126 

AGC1 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 

14661 




20000 

INST 

N 

ICT SERVICES 


ACCESS CONTROL MUNICIPAL 

BUILDINGS 

1500059 

AGG1 

Other assets 

Computers - harckAare/equi prrertt 


125 000 





R 

ICT SERVICES 


SAFE 

1500065 

AGG1 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 


45000 




INST 

N 

COMMUNICATIONS 


PURCHASE OF MUNI OPAL STALL 

1500066 

AGC1 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 


118 000 


80000 

80000 

INST 

N 

PROPERTY & VALUATIONS 


m/A 

1600003 

CFVL 

Infrastructure - Other 

Other 




1700000 




ICT SERVICES 


FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM 

1000222 

AGG1 

Intangibles 

Computers - software & programming 

112 810 






N 

ICT SERVICES 


FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM 

1300089 

AGG1 

Intangibles 

Computers - software & programming 

234860 






N 















COIVIVIUNITY SERVICES 














U CENSING 


REPLACE VEHICLE 

0000025 

FLS4 

Other assets 

General vehicles 

242 396 





INST 

R 

ENVI RONMENTAL & WASTE 

MANAGEMENT 


PURCHASE ROLL-ON ROLL-OFF 

TRUCK 

0000118 

ESWB 

Specialised vehicles 

Refuse 

1321206 





ALL 

N 


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TABLE SA36 


Municipal Vote/Capital project 


Program! Project description 

Project 

number 

IDP 

Goal 

code 

2 

Asset Class 

3 

Asset Sub-Class 

3 

Prior year outcomes 

2015/16 Medium Term [Revenue & Expenditure 

Framework 

Project information 

Audited 

Outcome 

2013/14 

Current Year 

2014/15 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 

2015/16 

Budget Year 

+12016/17 

Budget Year 

+22017/18 

\Afeird location 

New or 

renewal 

Parent municipality: 

lAricipal Vote 














FI RE SERVICES 


RESCUE JACKS 

0000209 

FSE4 

Other assets 

Other Buildings 



70000 



ALL 

N 

FI RE SERVICES 


PROVISION OF 4X4 VELD HRE 

VEHICLES 

0000221 

FSE4 

Specialised vehicles 

Fire 

447018 


470 000 



ALL 

R 

COMMUNITY HALLS 


ERECTION OF NEW BANQUET HALL 
(REBUDGET) 

0007095 

ECF3 

Community 

Community halls 

86 757 







TRAFFIC 


UPGRADE TRAFFIC SIGNALS - 

CONTROL & SYNCHRONZATI ON 

0007150 

FSE4 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 

25143 

1584800 

900 000 

970000 

1000 000 

10&12 

R 

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 


PURCHASE EQUIPMENT TO MONITOR 

AIR POLLUTION 

0007162 

EEJVB 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 


500 000 




18 

R 

ENV1 RONMENTAL & WASTE 

MANAGEMENT 


DEVELOP FURTHER PHASES OF 

LANDFILL SITE 

0007168 

ESW3 

Community 

Security and policing 

15076 

634900 




28 

N 

FI RE SERVICES 


JANAS RESCUE SET NBA/ 

0007227 

FSE4 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 


350 000 



400 000 

ALL 

R 

ENV1 RONMENTAL & WASTE 

MANAGEMENT 


FURNITURE 

0007528 

ESW3 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 




3000 


INST 

N 

TRAFFIC 


TRAFFIC SIGNS NEW 

0008011 

FSE4 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 

157 905 







TRAFFIC 


TRAFFIC CALMING MEASURES IN 

MP313 AREA 

0008013 

FSE4 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 

299 903 

300 000 

300 000 

315 000 

330 000 

1,2,3,10,22,27,25 

,21,17&5 

N 

TRAFFIC 


VEHICLE REPLACEMENT 

0008015 

FSE4 

Other assets 

General vehicles 

545124 

1100000 

1000 000 

1060000 

1150 000 

ALL 

R 

ENV1 RONMENTAL & WASTE 

MANAGEMENT 


PURCHASE LDV (NEW) 

0008018 

ESW3 

Other assets 

General vehicles 

195 004 






R 

HUMAN SETTLEMENT 


PURCHASE MOTORBIKES X 6 

0008021 

FHS4 

Other assets 

General vehicles 

105148 

120 000 

150 000 

150 000 

155 000 

ALL 

R 

FI RE SERVICES 


SKID UNITS 

0008024 

FSE4 

Intangibles 

Computers - software & programming 

96 786 

120 000 

62 000 

75000 

90000 

ALL 

R 

□CENSING 


MOTORCYCLE U CENSE TESTING 

EQUIPMENT 

0008118 

FLS4 

Other assets 

Plant & equipment 


220 000 




IVP313 

UCENCED 

N 

□CENSING 


WHEEL ALIGNMENT TESTING 

EQUIPMENT 

0008119 

FLS4 

Other assets 

Plant & equipment 

172016 




300 000 

INST 

N 

FIRE SERVICES 


FLOATER PUMP 

0008185 

FSE4 

Infrastructure - Other 

Other 


35000 


40000 


ALL 

N 

COMMUNITY HALLS 


POLISHER 

0008187 

ECF3 

Other assets 

Plant & equipment 

24316 


185 000 

45000 

47000 


N 

CULTURAL SERVICES (LIBRARIES) 


PURCHASE BOOKS 

0008192 

FCS4 

Other assets 

Plant & equipment 

370748 

420 000 

440 000 

462 000 

485 000 

22;29;10;19;24;1 

0;3; 

R 

SECURITY 


GUARD HOUSES (1) 

0008202 

FSE4 

Other assets 

Plant & equipment 

24016 

30000 

32000 

35000 

36000 

10 

N 

TRAFFIC 


FURNITURE & EQUI PMENT 

0008300 

FSE4 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 

30573 

8000 

8000 

3000 

8000 

INST 

R 

FI RE SERVICES 


PHANTOM PUMPER 

0900081 

FSE4 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 





50000 

ALL 

N 

FI RE SERVICES 


REPLACE MERCEDES FIRE ENGINE 

0900087 

FSE4 

Specialised vehicles 

Fire 



3200 000 



ALL 

R 

COMMUNITY HALLS 


FURNITURE 

0900181 

ECF3 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 

18142 







ENVIRONMENTAL & WASTE 

MANAGEMENT 


ROLL-ON ROLL-OFF CONTAINERS 

0900206 

ESW3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 


165 000 

200 000 

210 000 

210 000 

3 

N 

HEALTH SERVICES 


CUNICAL EQUIPMENT (MEDICAL) 

1000024 


Other assets 

Plant & equipment 

19 342 







HEALTH SERVICES 


ttN/A 

1000038 


Other assets 

Plant & equipment 

26 676 








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Municipal Vote/Capital project 


Program! Project description 

Project 

number 

IDP 

Goal 

code 

2 

Asset Class 

3 

Asset Sub-Class 

3 

Prior year outcomes 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 

Framevuark 

Project information 

Audited 

Outcome 

2013/14 

Current Year 

2014/15 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 

2015/16 

Budget Year 

+12016/17 

Budget Year 

+22017/18 

\Aferd location 

New or 

renewal 

Parent municipality: 

iZLricipal Vote 














TRAFFIC 


FIREARMS 

1000060 

FSE4 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 

25516 


40000 


42000 

INST 

N 

CULTURAL SERVICES (UBRARIES) 


FURNITURE 

1000069 

FCS4 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 

105 660 

80000 

80000 

80000 

80000 

24;3;19;10;7 

N 

ENV1 RONMENTAL & WASTE 

MANAGEMENT 


PURCHASE OF 1.75 CUB CONTAINERS 

1000080 

ESW3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 

344190 

535 000 

350 000 

350 000 

350 000 

3,13,14,15 

R 

CULTURAL SERVICES (UBRARIES) 


UPGRADE AND INSTALL NBA/ AIR 

CONDITIONERS 

1000188 

FCS4 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 


150 000 

150 000 



24;19;12;29 

R 

COMMUNITY HALLS 


AIR CONDITIONERS FOR THE HALLS 

1000189 

ECF3 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 

175016 

200 000 




10 

N 

COMMUNITY HALLS 


STAGE CURTAINS 

1000203 

ECF3 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 

85981 



100 000 

105 000 

10 

R 

SECURITY 


NBA/VEHICLE LTV 

1000219 

FSE4 

Other assets 

General vehicles 



250 000 



ALL 

N 

COMMUNITY HALLS 


ALARM SYSTEM 

1000255 

ECF3 

Community 

Security and policing 


25000 

108 000 

50000 

80000 


N 

HUMAN SETTLEMENT 


FURNITURE & EQUI PMENT 

1000283 

FHS4 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 

18 684 

23000 


20000 


INST 

N 

□CENSING 


BULK FILER 8 BAY 

1000284 

FLS4 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 


50000 


20000 


IVP313 

UCENCED 

N 

□CENSING 


CCTV CAMERAS AT WORKSTATIONS 

1000285 

FLS4 

Community 

Security and policing 





90000 

INST 

N 

□CENSING 


NBA/ FURNITURE 

1000286 

FLS4 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 


50000 




INST 

R 

ENVI RONMENTAL & WASTE 

MANAGEMENT 


PURCHASE OF STREET BINS 

1000289 

ESWB 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 


75000 

78000 

82 600 

86000 

3;4;5;7;13;14 

R 

COMMUNITY HALLS 


NEWMPCCS 

1000303 

ECF3 

Community 

Community halls 

3 580 693 

1849 300 




29 

N 

ENVI RONMENTAL & WASTE 

MANAGEMENT 


TRUCK (SKIP LOADER) 

1000354 

ESWB 

Specialised vehicles 

Refuse 




1000 000 


8; 10; 11; 12;16 

N 

TRAFFIC 


TOOLS AND EQUI PMENT 

1100014 

FSE4 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 


10000 


15000 


INST 

N 

ENVI RONMENTAL & WASTE 

MANAGEMENT 


6M3 TIPPER TRUCK 

1100046 

ESWB 

Specialised vehicles 

Refuse 



800 000 




R 

FI RE SERVICES 


REPLACE FURNITURE & EQUI PMENT 

1100195 

FSE4 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 

12950 

15000 

10000 

3000 


ALL 

R 

FI RE SERVICES 


REPLACE FIRE EQUIPMENT 

1100199 

FSE4 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 

44 782 

45000 

70000 

73 500 

77 500 

ALL 

R 

FIRE SERVICES 


NEW R RE EQUIPMENT 

1100200 

FSE4 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 

63172 

68000 

40000 

43000 

45000 

ALL 

N 

COMMUNITY HALLS 


TABLES ; WOODEN TABLES AND 

ADDITIONAL FURNITURE 

1100233 

ECF3 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 

528 052 







□CENSING 


NEW ROADWORTHY TESTING 

EQUIPMENT 

1100237 

FLS4 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 


80000 





N 

COMMUNITY (HALLS 


FENCING 

1200029 

ECF3 

Community 

Security and policing 

374406 







COMMUNITY HALLS 


CLEANING MACHINE & EQUIPMENT 

1200031 

ECF3 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 

33513 

45000 




14 

N 

COMMUNITY HALLS 


VEHICLES 

1200032 

ECF3 

Other assets 

General vehicles 


300 000 




INST 

R 

SECURITY 


CONSTRUCTION OF NBA/ GUARD 

HOUSE 

1200044 

FSE4 

Other assets 

Civic Land and Buildings 

118 386 





11 

N 

ENVI RONMENTAL & WASTE 

MANAGEMENT 


PURCHASE 20.5M3 REFUSE 

COMPACTOR 

1200046 

ESW3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 

1606412 

1900 000 

6600 000 

5000 000 

5200 000 

11; 12; 13; 14; 15 

R 


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Program! Project description 

Project 

number 

IDP 

Goal 

code 

2 

Asset Class 

3 

Asset Sub-Class 

3 

Prior year outcomes 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 

Framework 

Project information 

Audited 

Outcome 

2013/14 

Current Year 

2014/15 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 

2015/16 

Budget Year 

+12016/17 

Budget Year 

+22017/18 

Wfeird location 

New or 

renewal 

Parent municipality: 

[ZLricipal Vote 














ENVl RONMENTAL & WASTE 

MANAGEMENT 


UPGRADE DIGICORE TRACKING 

SYSTEM 

1200050 

ESW3 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 

51816 







ENVl RONMENTAL & WASTE 

MANAGEMENT 


PURCHASE OF 6M3 SKIP CONTAINERS 

1200052 

ESW3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 

173 386 

200 000 

200 000 

210000 

220 000 

12; 16 

R 

ENVl RONMENTAL & WASTE 

MANAGEMENT 


COMPACTOR TRUCK 

1200055 

ESW3 

Specialised vehicles 

Refuse 




500 000 



R 

HUMAN SETTLEMENT 


FIREARMS 

1200060 

FHS4 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 

20416 







ENVIRONMENTAL & WASTE 

MANAGEMENT 


HA FOR LANDFILL SITE 

DEVELOPMENT 

1200117 

ESW3 

Infrastructure - Other 

Other 

13 744 







HUMAN SETTLEMENT 


PURCHASE EQUIPMENT 

1200118 

FHS4 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 

18 050 







TRAFFIC 


ALCOHOL TESTING EQUIPMENT 

1200133 

FSE4 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 


35000 




INST 

N 

FI RE SERVICES 


REPLACE EMERGENCY VEHICLES 

(INSURANCE) 

1200142 

CFV1 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 

197 394 






N 

ENVl RONMENTAL & WASTE 

MANAGEMENT 


MINI BUS 

1300048 

ESW3 

Other assets 

General vehicles 

354252 






N 

ENVl RONMENTAL & WASTE 

MANAGEMENT 


CONSTRUCTION OF TRANSFER 

STATION AT ROCKDALE 

1300050 

ESW3 

Infrastructure - Other 

\Afaste Management 


2000 000 




8 

N 

TRAFFIC 


PAINTING MACHINE 

1300054 

FSE4 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 



280 000 



INST 

R 

TRAFFIC 


POUND ESTABUSHMENT 

1300067 

FSE4 

Other assets 

Other Biildings 

1 172 981 





3 

N 

TRAFFIC 


EQUIPMENT 

1300071 

FSE4 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 



140 000 

147 000 

154350 

INST 

N 

TRAFFIC 


FIRE ARM SAFES 

1300072 

FSE4 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 



8000 

8000 

8000 

INST 

N 

FI RE SERVICES 


TRANSPORT VEHICLE 

1400005 

FSE4 

Other assets 

General vehicles 


399 013 





N 

FI RE SERVICES 


WASHING BAY STORMWATER 

[DRAINAGE AT RRE STATION HE 

1400006 

FSE4 

Infrastructure 

Storm water 

147 507 







COMMUNITY (HALLS 


MAINTAIN/ UPGRADE ELECTRICAL 

ON COMMUNITY HALLS 

1400017 

ECF3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 

1 105 757 







CULTURAL SERVICES (UBRARIES) 


PURCHASE NEW VEHICLE FOR 

CAMPAIGNS 

1400051 

FCS4 

Other assets 

General vehicles 


280 000 




12 

N 

U CENSING 


ADDITIONS AND UPGRADING OF 

TESTING STATION AT MDD 

1400054 

FLS4 

Other assets 

Civic Land and Buildings 

599 200 

5000 000 




IVP313 

UCENCED 

N 

COMMUNITY HALLS 


NEWMPCC 

1400067 

ECF3 

Comrunity 

Community halls 



500 000 

4000 000 

5000 000 

9 

N 

ENVIRONMENTAL & WASTE 

MANAGEMENT 


CONSTRUCTION OF TRANSFER 

STATION AT SI KHULUUWE 

1400083 

ESW3 

Infrastructure - Other 

NAteste Management 


400000 

1800 000 



7 

N 

TRAFFIC 


POUND SHELVES 

1400090 

FSE4 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 


20 000 

30 000 

70 000 


INST 

N 

TRAFFIC 


TOW TRUCK 

1400091 

FSE4 

Other assets 

General vehicles 

525244 







TRAFFIC 


HAW<ERS STALL 

1400092 

FSE4 

Other assets 

Other Buildings 

39448 





11 

N 

TRAFFIC 


GENERATOR 

1400095 

FSE4 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 




30 000 


ALL 

N 

TRAFFIC 


RUNG CABINETS 

1400096 

FSE4 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 



30 000 


30000 

INST 

N 

TRAFFIC 


INFORMATION SIGNS 

1400097 

FSE4 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pcti/emerits & Bridges 


100 000 

60 000 

63 000 

66 000 

10,12,14,16, 20 

N 


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Municipal Vote/Capital project 


PrograrrV Project description 

Project 

number 

IDP 

Goal 

code 

2 

Asset Class 

3 

Asset Sub-Class 

3 

Prior year outcomes 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 

Framevtork 

Project information 

Audited 

Outcome 

2013/14 

Current Year 

2014/15 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 

2015/16 

Budget Year 

+12016/17 

Budget Year 

+22017/18 

Wfeird location 

New or 

renewal 

Parent municipality: 

Maidpal Vote 














TRAFFIC 


TRUCK ROUTE BOARDS 

1400098 

FSE4 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 

27 768 

40000 




ALL 

N 

SECURITY 


INDEMNITY BOARDS 

1400108 

FSE4 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 

24964 






N 

PUBLIC SERVICES 


FURNITURE & OFFICE EQUI PMENT 

1400125 

AGG1 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 

29 716 

18000 


3 000 


INST 

N 

FIRE SERVICES 


EMERGENCY VEHICLES & EQUIPMENT 

1400136 

FSE4 

Specialised vehicles 

Fire 

2443 630 







ENV1 RONMENTAL & WASTE 

MANAGEMENT 


30 SEATER BUS 

1500035 

ESW3 

Other assets 

General vehicles 


750 000 




INST 

N 

SECURITY 


DIGITAL MONITORING MEASURES 

1500040 

FSE4 

Community 

Security and policing 


150 000 


500 000 

500 000 

ALL 

N 

COMMUNITY HALLS 


GENERATORS 

1500053 

ECF3 

Other assets 

Plant & equipment 





1600 000 


N 

CULTURAL SERVICES (UBRARIES) 


ABLUTION FACILITIES (TOILETS) 

1500061 

FCS4 

Other assets 

Civic Land and Buildings 


60000 




6 

N 

COMMUNITY HALLS 


REPLACE CARPETS AT BANQUET 

HALL 

1500081 

ECF3 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 


400 000 




14 (BANQUET 
HALL)- 

R 

CULTURAL SERVICES (UBRARIES) 


#NA 

1600005 

FCS4 

Community 

Security and policing 





60000 



ENVI RONMENTAL & WASTE 

MANAGEMENT 


m/A 

1600018 

ESW3 

Infrastructure - Other 

V\/aSte Management 



4912 764 

3000 000 

3000 000 



FIRE SERVICES 


UPGRADING OF MUNICIPAL BUILDING 

OFFICES. 

1600023 

FSE4 

Other assets 

Plant & equipment 



500 000 



3,15, 


FIRE SERVICES 


REPLACE EMERGENCY VEHICLES 

(INSURANCE) 

1600068 

FSE4 

Other assets 

Plant & equipment 



1050 000 





HUMAN SETTLEMENT 


RELACE LDV 

1600070 

FHS4 

Other assets 

General vehicles 



350 000 



INST 
















INFRASTRLKTITJRE SERVICES 














CEMETERIES 


EXPANSION FONTEIN CEMETERIES 

0000012 

ECM3 

Community 

Cemeteries 


400 000 

800 000 

800 000 

800 000 

11 

N 

BUILDING & FLEET MANAGEMENT 


UPGRADE OLD AGE FLATS 

0000013 

EMB3 

Other assets 

Civic Land and Buildings 

224446 

300 000 

400 000 

400 000 

400 000 

WARD 12 

R 

CEMETERIES 


ROADS FONTEINSTREET 

0000016 

ECM3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 


500 000 




11 

R 

SPORT & RECREATION 


NEW PICK UP MOiAER (TURF GRASS 
MAINTENANCE) 

0000020 

ESP3 

Other assets 

Plant & equipment 


300 000 


350 000 


INST 

R 

ELECTRICITY 


REPLACE 11KV SWTCHGEAR 

0000029 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 

60816 

3454000 


2000 000 

2200 000 

16 

R 

CEMETERIES 


DEVELOP CEMETERIES RURAL / LCW 

INCOME AREAS 

0000066 

ECM3 

Community 

Cemeteries 

1989 305 


2500 000 

2000 000 

3000 000 

3 

N 

CEMETERIES 


NEW CEMETERY HENDRINA KWAZA 

0000067 

ECM3 

Community 

Cemeteries 







N 

SANITATION 


SANITATION KWAZA EXT 8(400 

STANDS) 

0000070 

ESR3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Reticulation 


2424490 

2200 560 



3 

N 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


TRACTOR 90KW 

0000074 

EPK3 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 


550120 



600 000 

INST 

N 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


PARKS VEHICLES TRACTOR 55KW 

0000080 

EPK3 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 

254595 


300 000 


300 000 

INST 

R 

ELECTRICITY 


ROCKDALE TCWNSH P HIGH MAST 

0000097 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Street Lighting 





2000 000 

8 

N 


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Program/ Project description 

Project 

number 

IDP 

Goal 

code 

2 

Asset Class 

3 

Asset Sub-Class 

3 

Prior year outcomes 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 

Framevuark 

Project information 

Audited 

Outcome 

2013/14 

Current Year 

2014/15 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 

2015/16 

Budget Year 

+12016/17 

Budget Year 

+22017/18 

\Nard location 

New or 

renewal 

Parent municipality: 

Muidpal Vote 














ELECTRICITY 


SI PRES SUPPLY AREA 

0000111 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 

1228 902 

535470 




16 

R 

SPORT & RECREATION 


REPLACE FENCE NASARET SPORT 

0000119 

ESP3 

Community 

Security and poliang 

99 367 

150 000 




10 

R 

SPORT & RECREATION 


RESURFACE SYNTHETIC TENNIS 

COURTS KEES TALJAARD 

0000121 

ESP3 

Community 

Sportsfields & stadia 




200 000 

200 000 


R 

SPORT & RECREATION 


RESURFACE/CONDITION TURF 

SURFACES 

0000128 

ESP3 

Community 

Sportsfields & stadia 

142 360 





10 

R 

SPORT & RECREATION 


REFURBISH SPORT CLUBHOUSES 

0000129 

ESP3 

Community 

Sportsfields & stadia 

175065 

300 000 




15 

R 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


RENOVATION BOARDWALK 

AERORAND PARK 2459 

0000133 

EPK3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 


75000 


75000 


12 

R 

WATER 


WATER NETWORK KWAZA EXT 8 (400 
STANDS) 

0000150 

EW33 

Infrastructure - \AMer 

Reticulation 


1975510 

1 852 316 



3 

N 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


ROADS REBUILD - O.R TAMBO 

SIRttl 

0000153 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 

2808 838 

3 700000 




14 

R 

ELECTRICITY 


ELECTRI FI CATION ROCKDALE EXT 2 

0000162 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 

5211380 

1600 000 

9 876 000 



8 

N 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


DEVELOP PARK 27JSW MB JERS 

BRIDGE 

0000171 

EPK3 

Community 

Parks & gardens 





400 000 


N 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


DEVELOP PARK EXT 18 PARK 9878 

0000175 

ESP3 

Community 

Parks & gardens 

119 683 







PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


DEVELOP PARK OO PONGOLA AND 

KAMMANASSI E AERORAND 

0000178 

EPK3 

Community 

Parks & gardens 




200 000 



N 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


WALK BEHI ND LAWS! IVOAER 

(SIDEWALKS) 

0000203 

EPK3 

Other assets 

Plant & equipment 

58516 

95150 

105 000 

110 000 

120 000 

INST 

R 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


PAVING & KERBS - HENDRI NA/KWAZA 

0000205 

ERS3 

Community 

Parks & gardens 

198 852 

200 000 

200 000 

200 000 

200 000 

2 

N 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


NEW ROADS- KRANSPOORT 

0000218 

ERS3 

Other assets 

Plant & equipment 

1152 623 

1000 000 

1300 000 

1300000 

1300 000 

16 

N 

ELECTRICITY 


LDV S WTH HYDRAULIC PLATFORMS 

(STREETLIGHTS) 

0000233 

EES3 

Other assets 

General vehides 

619155 






N 

ELECTRICITY 


10 TON TRUCK WTH CRANE 

0000236 

EES3 

Other assets 

General vehides 




2000 000 



N 

ELECTRICITY 


NB/V GARAGES FOR 6 VEHICLES 

0000241 

EES3 

Other assets 

Civic Land and Buildings 


400 000 




INST 

N 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


LAWM MOWER TRACTOR (SIDEWALKS) 

0007257 

EPK3 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 

190 350 


500 000 




R 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


STORM WATER HENDRI NA/KWAZA 

0007307 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Storm \AMer 


600 000 


600 000 

600 000 

3 

N 

SANITATION 


NEW NETWORKS - AERORAND WEST 

0007323 

ESR3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Reticulation 

526 223 

850 000 




12 

N 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


SUBSURFACE DRAINS HENDRI NA 

KWAZA 

0007328 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Storm VWter 

327 065 

350 000 

350 000 

350 000 

350 000 

3 

N 

CIVIL ENGINEER 


TIPPER TRUCK (3 TON) 

0007400 

BS3 

Other assets 

General vehides 




500 000 


INST 

N 

ELECTRICITY 


RDP HOUSE CONNECTIONS 

NTCWVKWAZA/X24/X6 

0007423 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Bectridty 

Transmission & Reticulation 



160 000 



17, 27, 21, 23, 2 

N 

ELECTRICITY 


227 STANDS AERORAND 

STREETLIGHTS 

0007474 


Infrastructure - Bectridty 

Street Lighting 

1104712 







BUILDING & FLEET MANAGEMENT 


UPGRADE BUILDINGS: AIR 

CONDITIONERS CIVIC CENTRE 

0008006 

EMB3 

Other assets 

Plant & equipment 

48532 

52 000 

100 000 

60000 

60000 

WARD 12 

R 

SPORT & RECREATION 


POOL EQUIPMENT 

Ml DDELBUROMHLUZI 

0008025 

ESP3 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 


100 000 

80000 



INST 

R 


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PrograrrV Project description 

Project 

number 

IDP 

Goal 

code 

2 

Asset Class 

3 

Asset Sub-Class 

3 

Prior year outcomes 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 

Framevtork 

Project information 

Audited 

Outcome 

2013/14 

Current Year 

2014/15 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 

2015/16 

Budget Year 

+12016/17 

Budget Year 

+22017/18 

Wfeird location 

New or 

renewal 

Parent municipality: 

iZLricipal Vote 














SPORT & RECREATION 


KEES TAUAARD ELECTRI CAL 

NETWDRK/SYSTEMS UPGRADE 

0008027 

ESP3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 

35 640 





15 

R 

SPORT & RECREATION 


FENCE & GATES KEES TALJAARD 

0008029 

ESP3 

Community 

Security and policing 

195 386 

250 000 

350 000 



15 

N 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


NEW PLAYING EQLH PMENT 

0008032 

EPK3 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 

49 755 

100 000 

100 000 

100 000 

100 000 

19 

N 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


FLAI L / SLASHER (SI DEWALKS) 

0008034 

EPK3 

Other assets 

General vehicles 


94000 




INST 

N 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


ROADS GENERAL - UPGRADE ROAD 

BARRIERS 

0008035 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 

49119 





14 

R 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


PAVING & KERBS - UPGRADING 

PARKING AREAS 

0008037 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 

242433 





10 

R 

ROADS & STORMWATER 


STORMWATER EXT 11 

0008038 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Stormwater 

1005 094 







ROADS & STORM WATER 


BRIDGES - UPGRADING (BMS) 

0008039 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 


800 000 

400 000 

400 000 

400 000 

20 

R 

ROADS & STORMWATER 


GRAVEL ROADS - RURAL AREA 

0008040 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 

599 535 







ROADS & STORM WATER 


ROADS NEW- X18- HOPE CITY 

0008041 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 

5479 342 

3456 000 




11 

N 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


ROADS NEW -AERORAND WES 

0008042 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 

4999 838 

8000 000 

8000 000 

12 500 000 

10 000 000 

12 

N 

SANITATION 


REPLACE OLD SEWERLI NE 

Ml DDELBURG'MHLUZI 

0008049 

ESR3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Reticulation 

140432 

160 000 

140 000 

160000 

165 000 

25 

R 

SANITATION 


REPLACE SEWER PUMPS - PUMP 

STATIONS 

0008053 

ESR3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 

354360 

400 000 

420 000 

440 000 

460 000 

17 

R 

WATER 


1 NSTALL BULK FLOW METERS 

0008055 

EWS3 

Infrastructure - Whler 

Reticulation 


60000 

65000 

75000 

78000 

INST 

R 

WATER 


REPLACE OLD WATER PI PES 

MIDDELBURG 

0008057 

EWS3 

Infrastructure - Whler 

Reticulation 

2 316 182 

1500 000 

1530 000 

1500 000 

1500 000 

13 

R 

WATER 


REFURBISH CONTROL VALVES 

0008058 

EWS3 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 

61437 


68000 



INST 

R 

WATER 


UPGRADING PRESIDENTSRUS WTP 

0008059 

EWS3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Reticulation 

18845 

30000 




29 

R 

WATER 


UPGRADE VAALBANK WTP 

EQUIPMENT 

0008061 

EWS3 

Community 

Security and policing 

948 627 

3400 000 

510 000 

2000 000 

675 000 

11 

R 

WATER 


REPLACE OLD WATER PIPES 

HENDRI NA/KWAZA 

0008062 

EWS3 

Infrastructure - Wbler 

Reticulation 

52 783 

120 000 

125 000 

130 000 

125 000 

1; 2; 3 

R 

CIVIL ENGINEER 


REPLACE VEHICLES FOR WATER AND 

SEWER 

0008066 

El S3 

Other assets 

General vehicles 


1476 600 

780000 

800000 

800000 

INST 

R 

ELECTRICITY 


MCME METERS TO STREET 

0008067 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 


50000 


100 000 


MP 313 

UCENCED 

R 

ELECTRICITY 


REPLACEMENT OF PPMS 

0008068 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 

237 826 

150 000 

150 000 

150 000 

150 000 

MP313 

UCENCED 

R 

ELECTRICITY 


REPLACE METER KIOSKS 

0008071 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 

199 882 

245 000 

200 000 

200 000 

200 000 


R 

ELECTRICITY 


REPLACE LV OVERHEAD UNES 

0008076 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 


1200 000 


1200 000 

1200 000 

12 

R 

ELECTRICITY 


INSTALL RING MAIN UNITS 

0008077 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 


300 000 

700 000 

800 000 

800 000 

13.11 

R 

ELECTRICITY 


NETWORK REINFORCEMENT 

(REPLACE CABLE ) MV 

0008079 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 

2465 546 

2020 000 

1200 000 

1000000 

1300 000 

15 and 3 

R 

ELECTRICITY 


HT LINKS 

0008080 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 

376 946 



9500000 

3500 000 

10,8 

N 


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Municipal Vote/Capital project 


PrograrrV Project description 

Project 

number 

IDP 

Goal 

code 

2 

Asset Class 

3 

Asset Sub-Class 

3 

Prior year outcomes 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 

Framevuark 

Project information 

Audited 

Outcome 

2013/14 

Current Year 

2014/15 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 

2015/16 

Budget Year 

+12016/17 

Budget Year 

+22017/18 

Wfeird location 

New or 

renewal 

Parent municipality: 

lAricipal Vote 














SANITATION 


MAINTAINING INFRASTRUCTURE 

ASSETS AT KWAZAWWTW 

0008089 

ESR3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

SesAerage Purification 

181996 

318 000 

200 000 

200000 

165 000 

1,2,3, INSTITUn 

ONAL 

R 

SANITATION 


MAINTAINING INFRASTRUCTURE 

ASSETS AT BUNKPAN WWTW 

0008091 

ESR3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Reticulation 

13 601 

295 000 

200 000 

150000 

150 000 

5, 

R 

SANITATION 


MAINTAINING INFRASTRUCTURE 

ASSETS AT KOMAR WA/TW 

0008092 

ESR3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Reticulation 


377 000 

200 000 

170000 

180 000 

5 

R 

CEMETERIES 


ROADS NASARET 

0008094 

ECM3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 

99 642 

60000 





N 

CEMETERIES 


FONTEIN CEMETERY FENCE & GATES 

0008096 

ECM3 

Community 

Security and policing 

174361 

300 000 




11 

R 

ELECTRICITY 


UPGRADE OF EXISTING HIGH MASTS 

0008098 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Street Lighting 

332 220 


200 000 

200 000 

200 000 

2,21 

R 

ELECTRICITY 


LCM - NEW POSTS 

0008107 

EES3 

Other assets 

General vehicles 

217 083 






N 

ELECTRICITY 


LEM'S REPLACEMENT 

0008108 

EES3 

Other assets 

General vehicles 

434166 

500 000 

950 000 

610 000 

620 000 

INST 

R 

ELECTRICITY 


REPLACE CHERRY PICKER BPK488 MP 

0008109 

EES3 

Other assets 

General vehicles 


680 000 



1500 000 

INST 

R 

BUILDINGS FLEET MANAGEMENT 


UPGRADE MAIN ENTRANCE AT 

SERVICE CENTRE 

0008123 

EMB3 

Other assets 

Civic Land and Buildings 







N 

BUI LONG & FLEET MANAGEMENT 


REPLACE FENCING AIRFIELD 

0008127 

EMB3 

Community 

Security and policing 


1550000 

1500 000 

1000 000 

2000 000 

WARD 16 

R 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


LCM ONE TON 

0008131 

EPK3 

Other assets 

General vehicles 



180 000 




N 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


RPPER TRUCK 6 CUBIC METER 

(REPLACEMENT) 

0008132 

EPK3 

Other assets 

General vehicles 


715 000 




INST 

R 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


DEVELOP PARKS HENDRINA 

0008133 

EPK3 

Community 

Parks & gardens 

79677 





3 

N 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


TRAILER 

0008137 

EPK3 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 

49403 




40000 


R 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


STOF?M WATER - VILLAGES 

0008140 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Storm \AMer 

715 009 

800 000 


500 000 

500 000 

5 

N 

ROADS & STORMWATER 


ROADS GENERAL - REGRAVELING OF 

ROADSHCULDERS 

0008141 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 

99 592 







ROADS & STORM WATER 


SUBSURFACE DRAI NS MHLUZI / 

MIDDELBURG 

0008143 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Storm \AMer 


600 000 


750 000 

750 000 

25 

N 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


PAVING & KERBS - VILLAGES & RURAL 

0008144 

ERS3 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 

99993 

200 000 

200 000 

200000 

100 000 

4 

N 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


PAVING & KERBS - MIDDELBURG 

0008145 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 

242 921 

250 000 

250 000 

250000 

250 000 

12 

N 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


ROADS GENERAL - TAXI LAYBYS 

0008147 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 

199 300 

250 000 

300 000 

300 000 

300 000 

10; 12; 15 

N 

ROADS & STORMWATER 


ROADS GENERAL - REHABI UTATION 

OF BORROWERS 

0008148 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 

145 273 







WATER 


REPLACE CLD WATER METERS 

0008163 

EW33 

Infrastructure - \AMer 

Reticulation 

136 354 

180 000 

200 000 

150000 

180 000 

1; 2; 3 

R 

WATER 


TREATMENT PLANTS 

HENDRI NA/KWAZA 

0008164 

EWB3 

Infrastructure - Whler 

V\/a ter Purification 

11436 

15000 

20000 

20000 

20000 

INSTITUTIONAL 

R 

SANITATION 


OUTFALL SEWER UNES: MALL& 

GERMAN DEVELOPMENT 

0008169 

ESR3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Reticulation 

41229 

1480 000 

450 000 

450 000 

450 000 

11 

N 

ELECTRICITY 


GHOLFSIG SUPPLY AREA 

0008170 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 


2200 000 




14 

R 

ELECTRICITY 


AERORANDV\EST ELECTRIFICATION 

0008174 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 

7 028 724 








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PrograrrV Project description 

Project 

number 

IDP 

Goal 

code 

2 

Asset Class 

3 

Asset Sub-Class 

3 

Prior year outcomes 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 

Framevtork 

Project information 

Audited 

Outcome 

2013/14 

Current Year 

2014/15 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 

2015/16 

Budget Year 

+12016/17 

Budget Year 

+22017/18 

Wbrd location 

New or 

renewal 

Parent municipality: 

Muicipal Vote 














ELECTRICITY 


EXTENSION 11: INDUSTRIAL ERVEN 

CONNECTIONS & MUNIS 

0008176 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 



1000 000 

700000 

700 000 

11 

R 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


STORM WATER - AERORAND \NES 

0008180 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Storm VWter 

1485 954 

2000 000 

2000 000 

4000 000 

3000 000 

12 

N 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


ROADS NEW- 1 INDUSTRIAL AREA Xll 

0008181 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 

3999425 

3000 000 




12 

N 

SANITATION 


SEWERAGE CONNECTIONS 

0008184 

ESR3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Reticulation 

119 084 

200 000 

205 020 

225 000 

240450 

ALL 

N 

ELECTRICITY 


ELECTRCAL CONNECTIONS PRE PAID 

0008189 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 

1906409 

2100000 

2060 000 

2150000 

2 310 000 

UCENCED 

AREA 

N 

ELECTRICITY 


BULK CONNECTIONS 

0008190 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 


750 000 

400 000 

400 000 

400 000 

UCENCED 

AREA 

R 

ELECTROTY 


CABLE LOCATOR 

0008191 

EES3 

Community 

Sportsfields & stadia 


80178 


85 000 


INST 

N 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


ASPHALT CUTTER 

0008196 

ERS3 

Other assets 

Plant & equipment 



25000 


25000 

INST 

N 

WATER 


NEW WATER CONNECTIONS 

0008201 

EWS3 

Infrastructure - VWter 

Reticulation 

1283199 

1300000 

850 000 

901000 

955 000 

8; 10; 11 - 29 

N 

ELECTROTY 


UPGRADE LV CVER HEAD HENDRNA 

0008204 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 




1500 000 

1000 000 

3 

R 

ELECTROTY 


REPLACE MINI SUBSTATIONS 

0008206 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 


550 000 

800 000 

900 000 

1000 000 

3 and 11 

R 

ELECTROTY 


REPLACE CONTROL CABLE 

PROTECTED 

0008211 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 





1000 000 

UCENCED 

AREA 

R 

ELECTROTY 


REPLACE MV CABLE 

0008212 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 

1300 000 

895 000 

2000 000 

1200 000 

1300 000 

15 

R 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


ROADS NEW- HENDRNA 

0008219 

ERS3 

Community 

Recreational facilities 

1229 880 

1300000 

1900 000 

2000 000 

2100 000 

3 

N 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


ROADS GENERAL - SU PWAYS RIGHT 

TURN & INTERSECTION 

0008221 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 


4140000 

6500 000 

3000000 

3000 000 

14;21;28 

N 

ELECTROTY 


VERDOORN SUPPLY AREA 

0008223 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 





1500 000 


N 

ELECTROTY 


NASARET NEW SUBSTATION 

0008224 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 



9000 000 



8 

N 

SANITATION 


SANITATION SERVICES RURAL 

SETTLEMENTS - BIOLOGICAL 

0008236 

ESR3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Reticulation 

59893 

72000 

900 000 

955 000 

1000 000 

7 

N 

OVIL ENGINEER 


PURCHASE NEW TRUCKS 

0008250 

El S3 

Other assets 

General vehicles 

339173 





INST 

N 

WATER 


REPLACE VALVES IN BULK SUPPLY 

UNES 

0008255 

EWS3 

Infrastructure - Whter 

VWter Purification 

70193 

300 000 

210 000 

220000 

200 000 

15, 11,16 

R 

WATER 


WATER SERVICES: RURAL AREA 

0008256 

EWS3 

Infrastructure - VWter 

Reticulation 

167 629 

280 000 

235 000 

180 000 

190 000 

7 &9 

N 

ELECTROTY 


ELECTRCAL CONNECTIONS BULK 

0008275 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 

559465 

1300000 

850 000 

900 000 

955 000 

UCENCED 

AREA 

N 

SANITATION 


EQUIPMENT 

0008318 

ESR3 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 


15000 


35000 


1,2 ,3 

R 

SANITATION 


NEWTOWN BIO-TOILETS 

0008364 

ESR3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Reticulation 

84194 







WATER 


REPLACE PUMP AT VAALBANK 

WATERWORKS 

0900059 

EWS3 

Other assets 

Computers - hardvuarefequjpnent 



700 000 


720 000 

ALL: INST 

R 

WATER 


REPLACE NO.l PUMP AT KRUGERDAM 

WATERWORKS 

0900060 

EWS3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 

79998 





INST 

R 

WATER 


REPLACE PUMP AT MIDDELBURG DAM 

PUMP STATION 

0900062 

EWS3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Reticulation 


670 000 

860 000 

860 000 


INST 

R 


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PrograrrV Project description 

Project 

number 

IDP 

Goal 

code 

2 

Asset Class 

3 

Asset Sub-Class 

3 

Prior year outcomes 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 

Framework 

Project information 

Audited 

Outcome 

2013/14 

Current Year 

2014/15 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 

2015/16 

Budget Year 

+12016/17 

Budget Year 

+22017/18 

Wfeird location 

New or 

renewal 

Parent municipality: 

Muidpal Vote 














SANITATION 


UPGRADING BOSKRANS WASTE 

TREATMENT PLANT EQUIPMENT 

0900063 

ESR3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 

419 798 

250 000 

150 000 

150000 

150 000 

17 

R 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


BRUSH CUTTERS AND CHAINSAWS 

0900064 

EPK3 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 

101 724 

110 000 

118 000 

128 000 

138 000 

INST 

R 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


PLATE COMPACTOR 

0900068 

ERS3 

Other assets 

General vehicles 




25000 


INST 

N 

WATER 


80 MM WATER PUMP 

0900096 

EWS3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Reticulation 


35000 

32000 

33000 

34000 

INSTITUTIONAL 

R 

WATER 


ST1HL BRUSH CUTTERS 

0900105 

EWS3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Reticulation 



20000 


20000 

INST 

N 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


REPLACEMENT OF KERBING 

INTERSECrnON&CBD 

0900116 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 


50000 




11 

R 

SANITATION 


NEW SEWER NETWORK AERORAND 

SOUTH (618 STANDS) 

0900150 

ESR3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Reticulation 

10616 

115 000 




■777777? 

N 

WATER 


NEW WATER NETWORK AERORAND 

SOUTH 

0900153 

EWS3 

Infrastructure - W/hter 

Reticulation 

9 616 

100 000 




11 

N 

CEMETERIES 


DEVELOP CEMETERIES RURAL 

0900207 

ECM3 

Community 

Cemeteries 




300 000 

2000 000 

22 

N 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


BACK ACTOR 

0900211 

EPK3 

Intangibles 

Computers - software & programming 


760 000 



800 000 

INST 

N 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


ROADS RESEAL- 

MI DDELBUROMHLUZI 

0900212 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 

6485 352 

7500 000 

8400 000 

8500000 

9000 000 

10,11,12,14,15,1 

6,17,20,21,23 

R 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


ROADS RESEAL - HENDRI NA/KWAZA 

0900213 

ERS3 

Other assets 

General vehicles 


1000000 


1200 000 


1;2;3 

R 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


ROADS RESEAL - RURAL AND ESKOM 

TOWNS 

0900214 

ERS3 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 



1000 000 


1000 000 

4,5,6 

R 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


PARK BETWEEN KRUGERDAM & 

SOUTPANSBERG STREET GRADE 

0900223 

EPK3 

Community 

Parks & gardens 

499 992 

300 000 




12 

N 

SANITATION 


UPGRADE BOSKRANS SEWER PLANT 

0900244 

ESR3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

SesAerage Purification 

10785164 

18000 000 

20000000 

39000000 

15000000 

17 

R 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


REPLACE EQUIPMENT 

0900251 

ERS3 

Other assets 

General vehicles 

72501 


30000 


35000 

1;2;3;4;5;6 

R 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


REPLACE VEHICLES 

1000004 

EPK3 

Other assets 

General vehicles 

313 725 

315 000 

740 000 

370000 

380 000 

INST 

R 

SPORT & RECREATION 


FURNI SHI NGS AND AMENITI ES AT 

SPORT FACILITIES 

1000019 

ESP3 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 

39 748 

40000 




15 

N 

SPORT & RECREATION 


BOWLS MACHINE 

1000036 

ESP3 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 


70000 




INST 

R 

SPORT & RECREATION 


OFFICE FURNITURE 

1000048 

ESP3 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 


12000 


3 000 


INST 

R 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


REPLACE PLAYING EQUIPMENT 

1000050 

EPK3 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 

49 755 

100 000 

100 000 

100 000 

100 000 

10; 15 

R 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


STORM WATER Ml DDELBURG 

1000076 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Storm W&ter 

935 526 

1000 000 

1000 000 

1000 000 

1000 000 

18 

N 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


EDGE BEAMS - PRIMARY/SECONDARY 

ROUTES 

1000097 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 

245 734 

250 000 

250 000 

250000 

250 000 

14 

N 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


NEW EQUI PMENT ROADS 

1000103 

ERS3 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 


60000 

50000 


56000 

ALL 

N 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


UPGRADE INTERSECTIONS 

1000105 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 

80235 

1119 765 





N 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


STORM WATER RAILWAY LINE 

1000106 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Storm W&ter 

819019 


1000 000 

1000 000 

1000 000 

12 

N 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


STORM WATER KRANSPOORT 

1000107 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Storm W&ter 

374344 

450 000 

500 000 

500 000 

500 000 

16 

N 


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Program/ Project description 

Project 

number 

IDP 

Goal 

code 

2 

Asset Class 

3 

Asset Sub-Class 

3 

Prior year outcomes 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 

Framework 

Project information 

Audited 

Outcome 

2013/14 

Current Year 

2014/15 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 

2015/16 

Budget Year 

+12016/17 

Budget Year 

+22017/18 

Vtfcird location 

New or 

renewal 

Parent municipality: 

Muidpal Vote 














ROADS & STORM WATER 


REBUILD ROADS MIDDELBURG 

1000119 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 

2 232 766 

1800 000 




11 

R 

WATER 


RGIDDIESET 

1000127 

EMS3 

Infrastructure 

Storm water 



50000 



INSTITUTIONAL 

R 

WATER 


UNDERWATER PRESSURE DRILL 

1000129 

EWB3 

Infrastructure 

Stormwater 

0 

20000 

0 

20000 


INSTITUTIONAL 

R 

CIVIL ENGINEER 


OFFICE FURNITURE 

1000130 

El S3 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 

17 642 

15000 


3 000 

8000 

INSTITUTIONAL 

R 

WATER 


Ml NE WATER PROJECT 

WDESTAI I.FEN HENDRINA PIPELINE 

1000131 

EMS3 

Infrastructure - \Abler 

Reticulation 


1250 000 

2000 000 

10000000 

10000000 

1;2;3; 

N 

WATER 


REPLACE OLD WATER METERS 

1000132 

EMS3 

Infrastructure - \AMer 

Reticulation 

866426 

880 000 

800 000 

800 000 

850 000 

ALL 

R 

WATER 


REPLACE CLD WATER METERS 

1000133 

EMS3 

Infrastructure - \AMer 

Reticulation 

84 964 

120 000 

140 000 

150000 

160 000 

5,6,7 

R 

WATER 


UPGRADE TELEMETRY SYSTEM 

1000137 

EMS3 

Infrastructure 

Stormwater 


70000 




8 

R 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


STORM WATER HENDRINA 

1000150 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Storm \Ateter 

485 029 

1135100 

900 000 

1000 000 

1200 000 

3 

N 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


BEAUTIFY ENTRANCES TO TCWNS 

1000163 

EPK3 

Community 

Parks & gardens 

199019 





8 

N 

ELECTRICITY 


RONDEBOSCH SUB 

1000170 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 


11500000 




10 

N 

ELECTRICITY 


ELECTRI FI CATION OF KWAZA EXT 8 

(400 STANDS) 

1000172 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 




1800 000 

1400 000 

18/20 

N 

ELECTRICITY 


ELECTRI FI CATION OF KWAZA EXT 8 

(400 STANDS) 

1000173 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 




2000000 

1500 000 


N 

SPORT & RECREATION 


SECURITY AT SPORTING FAOUTIES 

1000194 

ESP3 

Community 

Security and policing 




250000 

250 000 

6&15 

N 

BUILDINGS FLEET MANAGEMENT 


PURCHASE TOOLS 

1000205 

EMB3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 

39051 

55000 

100 000 

105 000 

110 000 


R 

WATER 


REPLACEMENT OF FENCES AT THE 

RESERVOIRS 

1000207 

EMS3 

Community 

Security and policing 

343166 



260000 


3 

R 

WATER 


VAALBANK WATER TREATMENT 

PLANT 

1000217 

EMS3 

Infrastructure - Whter 

VJater Purification 

4407 958 

6500 000 

3500 000 



11 

N 

TCWN PLANNING 


TCWNSHI P DEVELOPMENT ROCKDALE 

NORTH 

1000245 

FSP4 

Infrastructure - Other 

Other 

442 500 

25000 




8 

N 

TCWN PLANNING 


1 NDUSTRIAL PARK DEVELOPMENT 

1000246 

FSP4 

Other assets 

Other Land 

47710 







SANITATION 


REPLACE OLD SEWER UNES - 

VILLAGES 

1000257 

ESR3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Reticulation 


70000 


70000 

70000 

9 

R 

ELECTROTY 


FURNITURE & EQUI PMENT - BULK 

HLERS 

1000277 

EES3 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 

32435 

6000 

8000 

20000 

7000 

INST 

R 

ELECTROTY 


FENCI NG OUTDOOR EQUI PMENT T3 

1000278 

EES3 

Community 

Security and policing 

56936 

70000 

70000 

70000 

70000 

17; 11 

R 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


OR TAIVBO STREET LANDSCAPE & 

NEW DEVELOPMENT 

1000288 

EPK3 

Community 

Parks & gardens 

168 947 


200 000 



13 

N 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


CONCRETE MIXER 260L 

1000291 

ERS3 

Other assets 

Civic Land and Buildings 





25000 


N 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


RAMMER COMPACTOR 

1000292 

ERS3 

Other assets 

Other Buildings 

24316 





ALL 

N 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


REVERSI BLE COMPACTOR 

1000293 

ERS3 

Other assets 

Fumitire and other office equipment 





50000 


N 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


STHILL TS800 ASPHALT CUTTER 

1000294 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 




45000 


ALL 

R 


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PrograrrV Project description 

Project 

number 

IDP 

Goal 

code 

2 

Asset Class 

3 

Asset Sub-Class 

3 

Prior year outcomes 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 

Framework 

Project information 

Audited 

Outcome 

2013/14 

Current Year 

2014/15 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 

2015/16 

Budget Year 

+12016/17 

Budget Year 

+22017/18 

Vtfeird location 

New or 

renewal 

Parent municipality: 

Muidpal Vote 














WATER 


REPLACE OLD WATER PI PES 

VILLAGES 

1000299 

EWB3 

Infrastructure - W&ter 

Reticulation 

87273 

395 000 

105 000 

115 000 

150 000 

5,6,7 

R 

MUNICIPAL BUILDING (THEMBA 
MASANGO) 


DISASTER MANAGEMENT 

WDRKSTATIONSEQUI PMENT 

1000301 

EMB3 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 


20000 




ALL 

R 

ELECTRICITY 


LANG SUPPLY AREA 

1000309 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 

138 035 

2167480 




13 

R 

SANITATION 


FENCES AT THE PUMP STATIONS 

1100054 

ESR3 

Community 

Security and policing 

22901 

375 000 

400 000 



17 

R 

SPORT & RECREATION 


UPGRADI NG AT KEES TAUAARD 

STADIUM 

1100055 

ESP3 

Community 

Recreational facilities 

328 682 

500 000 




15 

R 

CIVIL ENGINEER 


FLATBED TRUCK 1.3 TON 

1100070 

El S3 

Other assets 

General vehicles 



400 000 



INST 

R 

CIVIL ENGINEER 


FLATBED TIPPER TRUCK 5 TON 

1100071 

El S3 

Other assets 

General vehicles 





500 000 

INST 

N 

CIVIL ENGINEER 


PANEL VAN FOR MOBI LE 

LABORATORY 

1100074 

El S3 

Other assets 

General vehicles 






N 

N 

SANITATION 


BRUSH CUTTERS 

1100077 

ESR3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 


13000 


15000 


1,2,3, INSTITUTl 

ONAL 

N 

SANITATION 


UPGRADE KWAZA WASTE WATER 

TREATMENT PLANT 

1100081 

ESR3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Sewerage Purification 


251500 

1500 000 

1500000 

2000 000 

1,2,3, 

R 

CEMETERIES 


FENCE AND GATES CROSSROADS 

CEMETERY 

1100085 

ECM3 

Community 

Security and policing 

249 804 







CEMETERIES 


FENCE AND GATES AT AVALON 

CEMETERY 

1100086 

ECM3 

Community 

Security and policing 

298 568 

150 000 




17 

N 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


SUBSURFACE DRAJ NAGE VI LLAGES 

1100089 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Storm VWter 

243 220 

250 000 

300 000 

300 000 

300 000 

5 

N 

SPORT & RECREATION 


UPGRADE AND DEVELOP KLEIN 

OU RANTS RIVER 

1100090 

ESP3 

Community 

Recreational facilities 

74810 

75000 




15 

R 

SPORT & RECREATION 


UPGRADE NASARET SPORT 

FAQUT1ES 

1100093 

ESP3 

Community 

Sportsfields & stadia 

447 340 

500 000 




10 

R 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


STORAGE FACILITIES/OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

1100094 

EPK3 

Other assets 

Furniture and other office equipment 

26371 






N 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


FRONT END LOADER 

1100096 

EPK3 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 





800 000 


N 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


REPLACE TLB (BACK ACTER) 

1100097 

EPK3 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 




800 000 



R 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


ROAD NEW PRESI DENTSRUS 

1100098 

ERS3 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 

711648 

1631700 

1500 000 

1500000 

1500 000 

16 

N 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


STORMWATER PRESI DENTSRUS 

1100100 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Storm \AMer 

12960 

1116430 

500 000 

400 000 

400 000 

16 

N 

SPORT & RECREATION 


SECURE ELECTRICAL BOXES AND 

PUMP ROOMS 

1100102 

ESP3 

Community 

Security and policing 

88 639 







PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


REPLACE TRACTORS 

1100108 

EPK3 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 


280 000 


320000 


INST 

R 

WATER 


BRUSH CUTTERS 

1100109 

EWB3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Sewerage purification 



15000 



INST 

R 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


REPLACE WALK BEHIND MCWERS 

1100110 

EPK3 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 



70000 

73 500 

80000 

INST 

R 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


DEVELOP PARK IN NEWTOWN WARD 1 

1100115 

EPK3 

Community 

Parks & gardens 




200 000 



N 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


DEVELOP PARK 880 PULLENSHOPE 

1100119 

ESP3 

Community 

Parks & gardens 

199 973 







SPORT & RECREATION 


RECONSTRUCT KORFBALD COURTS 

1100127 

ESP3 

Community 

Sportsfields & stadia 



250 000 

250000 


15 

R 


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PrograrrV Project description 

Project 

number 

IDP 

Goal 

code 

2 

Asset Class 

3 

Asset Sub-Class 

3 

Prior year outcomes 

2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 

Framevtork 

Project information 

Audited 

Outcome 

2013/14 

Current Year 

2014/15 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 

2015/16 

Budget Year 

+12016/17 

Budget Year 

+22017/18 

Wfeird location 

New or 

renewal 

Parent municipality: 

Muidpal Vote 














ROADS & STORM WATER 


CONCRETEMIXER 

1100128 

ERS3 

Other assets 

General vehicles 



25000 



INST 

N 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


EQUIPMENT 

1100129 

ERS3 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 



20000 



INST 

N 

WATER 


UPGRADE MECHANICAL AND 

ELECTRCAL EQUIPMENT 

1100133 

EMS3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Reticulation 

12811 

180 000 

80000 

80000 

80000 

12 

R 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


BREAKER HAMMER 

1100144 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 






INST 

N 

CIVIL ENGINEER 


NEW BACK ACTOR 

1100148 

El S3 

Community 

Security and policing 

668 000 


800 000 


850 000 

INST 

N 

WATER 


REPLACE FENCE AT MIDDELBURG 

DAM: CARETAKER HOUSES 

1100159 

EMS3 

Community 

Security and policing 


20000 




16 

R 

ELECTRICITY 


ELECTR FI CATION INDUSTRAL PARK 

1100161 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 


650 000 

1000 000 

1000 000 

1200 000 

11 

N 

ELECTRICITY 


EQUIPMENT 

1100174 

EES3 

Community 

3/umning pods 

248 078 

370000 

220 000 

230 000 

245 000 

INST 

R 

ELECTROTY 


HENDR NA SUBSTATION 

1100175 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 




2000 000 

7500 000 


N 

ELECTRCITY 


OR TAMBO STREETLIGHTS 

1100187 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Street Lighting 



2000 000 



13 

R 

BUILDINGS FLEET MANAGEMENT 


EXTENSION OF OVIC CENTRE 

1100194 

EMB3 

Other assets 

Civic Land and Buildings 

2 765 048 

350 000 





N 

SANITATION 


REPLACE REDUNDANT EQUIPMENT 

1100203 

ESR3 

Infrastructure - Other 

Other 

28 352 

20000 

35000 


36000 

INSTITUTIONAL 

R 

MUNICIPAL BUILDING (THEMBA 
MASANGO) 


FURNITURE AND OFFICE EQUI PMENT 

1100206 

EMB3 

Other assets 

FumitiBe and other office equipment 

15491 







WATER 


REPLACE PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

1100207 

EMS3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Reticulation 

16 655 

20000 

30000 

31500 

33000 

INSTITUTIONAL 

R 

SANITATION 


1 NFRASTRUCTURE 1 NDUSTRAL PARK 

171 STANDS (IWBURG EXT 49) 

1100209 

ESR3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Reticulation 

247 282 





13 

N 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


DEVELOP PARKS RURAL & LOW 

INCOME AREAS 

1100210 

EPK3 

Community 

Parks & gardens 

2 399 590 

1500 000 


1000000 

2500 000 

3; 28 

N 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


PAVING & KERBS LCW INCOME AREAS 

EFWP 

1100212 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 

485126 

505 000 

600 000 



26,25 

N 

SPORT & RECREATION 


BASIC SPORT FAOUTIES LOW 

INCOME AREAS 

1100213 

ESP3 

Community 

Sportsfidds & stadia 


1500 000 

2500 000 

2000000 

2500 000 


N 

WATER 


REPLACE PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

1100216 

EMS3 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 

55949 


62 000 

65000 

66000 

INSTITUTIONAL 

R 

WATER 


NEW NETV\ORK- INDUSTRIAL PARKS 

(MBURG EXT 49) 

1100217 

EMS3 

Infrastructure - \Abler 

Reticulation 


800 000 




13 

N 

TCWN PLANNING 


DEVELOPMENT 500 - 1000 STANDS 

BOTSHABELO 

1100232 

FSP4 

Other assets 

Other land 

34176 

10000 




16 

N 

BUILDING & FLEET MANAGEMENT 


UPGRADE ACCESS CONTROL OVIC 

CENTRE 

1100234 

EMB3 

Community 

Security and pdicing 


2600 000 

250 000 




N 

WATER 


INSTALLATION OF 

WATERMETERS: ROCKDALE RDP 

1100241 

EW53 

Infrastructure - \Afeler 

Reticulation 

390122 

209 000 




ALL 

N 

MUNI O PAL BUILDING (THEMBA 
MASANGO) 


CONSTRUCT CARPORTS 

1200027 

EMB3 

Infrastructure - Other 

Transportation 

226 699 





12 

N 

MUNI O PAL BUILDING (THEMBA 
MASANGO) 


REPLACE FLOOR COVERINGS 

1200028 

EMB3 

Other assets 

Civic Land and Buildings 


85000 





R 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


DESIGN AND DEVELOP MALL GARDEN 

1200043 

EPK3 

Community 

Parks & gardens 

299 874 

300 000 

300 000 



11 

N 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


UPGRADE LIONS PARKS 

1200045 

EPK3 

Community 

Parks & gardens 


400 000 

400 000 



15 

R 


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Municipal Vote/Capital project 


PrograrrV Project description 

Project 

number 

IDP 

Goal 

code 

2 

Asset Class 

3 

Asset Sub-Class 

3 

Prior year outcomes 

2015/16 Medium Term [Revenue & Expenditure 

Framework 

Project information 

Audited 

Outcome 

2013/14 

Current Year 

2014/15 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 

2015/16 

Budget Year 

+12016/17 

Budget Year 

+22017/18 

Vtfeird location 

New or 

renewal 

Parent municipality: 

Muidpal Vote 














PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


REPLACE COMPRESSOR 

1200047 

EPK3 

Other assets 

Plant & equipment 





350 000 


R 

SANITATION 


NEW SEWER NETWORKS FOR 

HENDRINA 

1200061 

ESR3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Reticulation 



600 000 



3 

N 

a VI L ENGINEER 


EQUIPMENT FOR MOBILE 

LABORATORY 

1200063 

El S3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Street Lighting 

19992 





INSTITUTIONAL 

N 

SANITATION 


SANITATION MAFUBE VI LLAGE 

1200064 

ESR3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Reticulation 

410 299 

900 000 




7 

N 

SANITATION 


SANITATION ROCKDALE PHASE 2 

1200066 

ESR3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Reticulation 

3037037 

1600 000 






SANITATION 


APPU CATION FOR WATERUSE 

UCENCESWWTW 

1200069 

ESR3 

Infrastructure - VWer 

Reticulation 

200 700 

309 300 






BUI LDING& FLEET MANAGEMENT 


UPGRADING OF SERVICE CENTRE 

1200070 

EMB3 

Other assets 

Civic Land and Buildings 

286173 

300 000 

600 000 



14 

R 

BUILDING & FLEET MANAGEMENT 


CAMERA 

1200075 

EMB3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 



6 500 




N 

BUILDINGS FLEET MANAGEMENT 


NEW VEHICLE 

1200076 

EMB3 

Other assets 

General vehicles 

325 991 






N 

WATER 


WATER ROCKDALE PHASE 

1200078 

EWB3 

Infrastructure - VWer 

Reticulation 

1722432 

76856 




8 

N 

TOWN PLANNING 


TOWJSHI P DEVELOPMENT FOR 

DENNESIG NORTH 

1200079 

FSP4 

Infrastructure - Other 

Other 

278140 

60000 





N 

WATER 


UPGRADING OF ENGINEERING 

SERVICES OR TAMBO 

1200080 

EWS3 

Infrastructure - \Abter 

Reticulation 

15612 






N 

WATER 


UPGRADING PUMP UNE BETWEEN 

VAALBANK WWTWAND SKIET 

1200082 

EW53 

Infrastructure - \Abter 

Reticulation 


650 000 

1750 000 

2000000 

2000 000 

13 

R 

WATER 


REPLACE PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

1200084 

EWB3 

Community 

Security and policing 



200 000 

1300 000 

1300 000 

11 

R 

SPORT & RECREATION 


UPGRADE RUGBY STADIUM LIGHTS 

1200088 

ESP3 

Community 

Sportsfields & stadia 



300 000 

500 000 

1000 000 


R 

aVIL ENGINEER 


NEW LDV FOR SERVICE DELIVERY IN 

RURAL AREA 

1200089 

El S3 

Other assets 

General vehicles 

196 850 







ELECTRICITY 


RDP HOUSE CONNECTIONS 

1200091 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 

591915 

500 000 




UCENCED 

AREA 

N 

SPORT & RECREATION 


FIELD MARKING EQUIPMENT 

1200092 

ESP3 

Other assets 

Computers - hardvuare^equjpment 

22 352 


35000 


38000 


N 

ELECTRICITY 


88KV CABLE 

1200094 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 







N 

ELECTRICITY 


SECURITY CAMERAS AT SUB 

1200098 

EES3 

Community 

Security and policing 



175 000 

200 000 

200 000 


N 

ELECTRICITY 


REPLACE STOLEN SERVICES 

1200100 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 

560 285 

800 000 

600 000 

600 000 

600 000 

UCENCED 

AREA 

R 

ELECTRICITY 


ASCOLV GABLES 

1200101 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 

294247 

340 000 

1200 000 

200000 

600 000 

15 

R 

ELECTRICITY 


TESTING EQUIPMENT 

1200105 

EES3 

Other assets 

Plant & equipment 


740 000 



500 000 

UCENCED 

AREA 

N 

ELECTRICITY 


CABLE CAR 

1200106 

EES3 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 

363 000 







ELECTRICITY 


STREET LIGHTING FITTING UPGRADE 

1200109 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Street Lighting 


560 000 

900 000 

600 000 

600 000 

11 

R 

ELECTRICITY 


STREET LIGHTS MAIN ENTRANCE 

ROADS 

1200110 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Street Lighting 


1000000 

750 000 

1500 000 

1200 000 

14 

N 

ELECTRICITY 


HIGH MAST LIGHTING LCW INCOME 

AREAS 

1200112 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Street Lighting 

1236 880 


3000 000 


1200 000 

7, 9, 25, 22 

N 


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Program! Project description 

Project 

number 

IDP 

Goal 

code 

2 

Asset Class 

3 

Asset Sub-Class 

3 

Prior year outcomes 

2015/16 Medium Term [Revenue & Expenditure 

Framework 

Project information 

Audited 

Outcome 

2013/14 

Current Year 

2014/15 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 

2015/16 

Budget Year 

+12016/17 

Budget Year 

+22017/18 

Wfcird location 

New or 

renewal 

Parent municipality: 

Muicipal Vote 














ELECTRICITY 


QUANTUM BUS 

1200114 

EES3 

Other assets 

General vehicles 

354252 






N 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


NB/V ROADS & STORM WATER LCW 

INCOME AREAS 

1200116 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 

10 654756 

25 288 980 

14000000 

16101699 

24631360 

1,2,8,26,28, 

N 

ELECTRICITY 


REPLACE PRIMARY MV CABLE 

1200120 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 

2034839 


3000 000 

2000000 

3000 000 

12 

R 

SANITATION 


OUTFALL SB/\ER ROCKDALE 

1200124 

ESR3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Reticulation 

6631319 







TOWN PLANNING 


TCMMSHI P DEVELOPMENT FOR 

NEWTCMAI 

1200144 

FSP4 

Infrastructure - Other 

Other 

363 250 

120 000 




17&27 

N 

ELECTRICITY 


VETER TEST TRAILER 

1300005 

EES3 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 

424706 







ELECTRICITY 


ELECTRIFICATION KWAZA EXT 1 

1300009 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 



2780 000 



3 

N 

ELECTRICITY 


ELECTRIFICATION OF NEWTOWN LA 

1300012 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 



2730 000 

1800 000 

1400 000 


N 

BUILDINGS FLEET MANAGEMENT 


UPGRADE THUSONG CENTRE IN 

COSMOS (HENDRINA) 

1300035 

EMB3 

Community 

Community halls 

35 280 

1464720 




3 

R 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


BUS & MINI BLISSES 

1300039 

EPK3 

Other assets 

General vehicles 

1344816 

1440 000 




INST 

N 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


EQUI PMENT & TOOLS 

1300042 

EPK3 

Other assets 

Computers - hardvware/eqiiprrent 

41148 

40000 

40000 

40 500 

42 500 

INST 

R 

SANITATION 


SANITATION ROCKDALE PHASE 2 

(1000 STANDS) 

1300046 

ESR3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Reticulation 

302 942 

697 000 




8 

N 

SANITATION 


NEW SEWER NETWORK FOR 

NEWTCWAIEXT1A SERVICING 1 100 

1300047 

ESR3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Reticulation 


7 867 700 

3307400 

3 307 294 


27 

N 

TOWN PLANNING 


FURNITURE & OFFICE EQUI PMENT 

1300053 

FSP4 

Other assets 

Fumitire and other office equipment 

34822 

66000 


3 000 


INST 

N 

WATER 


NEW BULK WATER NETWORK 

ROCKDALE PHASE 2 

1300055 

EWS3 

Infrastructure - Whter 

Reticulation 

422 310 

1177 000 




8 

N 

WATER 


NEW BULK WATER NETWORK FOR 

NEWTCWM EXT 1 

1300056 

EW53 

Infrastructure - Whter 

Reticulation 

426423 






N 

WATER 


NEW WATER NETWORK FOR 

NEWTCWAI PHASE 1A 

1300057 

BAS3 

Infrastructure - W&ter 

Reticulation 


4875 000 

3 097 200 

5 545 887 


17;27 

N 

WATER 


WATER NETWORK INDUSTRIAL 

STANDS NODE D PHASE 1 

1300058 

EW/53 

Infrastructure - Wfeter 

Reticulation 

293 213 






N 

SANITATION 


SEWERAGE NETWORK FOR 

INDUSTRIAL STANDS NODE D 

1300059 

ESR3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Reticulation 

369 541 







BUILDING & FLEET MANAGEMENT 


UPGRADE BUILDINGS: AIR 

CONDITIONERS 

1300061 

EMB3 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 

11946 


30 000 

30 000 

30000 

3 

R 

ELECTRICITY 


NEW/TOWN PROCLAIMED 

1300062 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 



5340 000 

2000 000 

1500 000 

17 

N 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


SURVEI LANCE CAMERAS 

1300092 

EPK3 

Community 

Security and policing 

296 323 







TOWN PLANNING 


TCMAISHI P DEVELOPMENT KWAZA 

EXT 9 ON VAALBANK 177 1 

1300093 

FSP4 

Infrastructure - Other 

Other 

245 000 

590 000 




3 


WATER 


ROCKDALE BULK WATER LINES 

1300094 

EWS3 

Infrastructure - W&ter 

Reticulation 

7300 000 






N 

WATER 


NEW PUMPSTATION FOR 

MIDDELBURG 

1300095 

EWS3 

Infrastructure - Whter 

Reticulation 

717 040 






N 

SANITATION 


NEW SEWER NETWORK KWAZA 

1400002 

ESR3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Reticulation 

467 687 

335 000 




1 

N 

SANITATION 


TREATMENT PLANT AT BOSKRANS 

1400003 

ESR3 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 

99115 








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Program! Project description 

Project 

number 

IDP 

Goal 

code 

2 

Asset Class 

3 

Asset Sub-Class 

3 

Prior year outcomes 

2015/16 Medium Term (Revenue & Expenditure 

Framework 

Project information 

Audited 

Outcome 

2013/14 

Current Year 

2014/15 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 

2015/16 

Budget Year 

+12016/17 

Budget Year 

+22017/18 

Wfeird location 

New or 

renewal 

Parent municipality: 

Muidpal Vote 














ELECTRICITY 


SOFTWARE PROGRAMS 

1400018 

EES3 

Intangibles 

Computers - software & programming 

168 973 







ELECTRICITY 


QUALITY OF SUPPLY 

1400019 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 


1150000 




UCENCED 

AREA 

N 

ELECTRICITY 


UNKS TO SHOPPING MALL MHLUZI 

1400020 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 


5000 000 




14; 21 AND 23 

N 

ELECTRICITY 


REABOTA UPGRADE 

1400023 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 

231183 

300 000 




18 

N 

ELECTRICITY 


MHLUZI UPGRADE 

1400024 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 

386 746 

355 000 

400 000 

400 000 

400 000 

19 

R 

ELECTRICITY 


EXTENSION 24 ELECTRIFICATION 

1400026 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Other 

Other 

24756 







ELECTRICITY 


MHLUZI MALL HT UNK 

1400029 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 

105 000 

4570000 




23 

N 

ELECTRICITY 


ROCKDALE ELECTRIFICATION 

1400031 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 



10060000 



8 

N 

ELECTRICITY 


DENNESIG ELECTRIFICATION 

1400033 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 

350 906 






N 

ELECTRICITY 


EXT 18 INDUSTRIAL PARK - JASPIS 

1400034 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 

1398 650 







ELECTRICITY 


ROCKDALE SWITCHING STATION 

1400035 

EES3 

Other assets 

Other Buildings 

5961387 





8 

N 

ELECTRICITY 


HIGH MAST LIGHTS 

1400039 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Street Lighting 


540 000 

220 000 

250000 

250 000 

6 

N 

ELECTRICITY 


PONGOLA STREET 

1400040 


Infrastructure - Electricity 

Street Lighting 

65930 







ELECTRICITY 


VEHICLE REPLACEMENT 

1400042 

EES3 

Other assets 

General vehicles 

217 083 







ELECTRICITY 


STREETLIGHTS LOW INCOME AREAS 

1400043 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Street Lighting 




3000 000 



N 

BUI LDI NG & FLEET MANAGEMENT 


UPGRADING OF MHLUZI OFFICES 

1400056 

EMB3 

Other assets 

Civic Land and Buildings 


100 000 

300 000 

500 000 


18 

R 

BUI LDI NG & FLEET MANAGEMENT 


UPGRADING ELECTRICITY AT 

HENDRINA OFFICE 

1400058 

EMB3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 

604621 







BUI LDI NG & FLEET MANAGEMENT 


UPGRADE OF PUBLIC TOILETS 

1400059 

ECF3 

Other assets 

Civic Land and Buildings 


350 000 


400 000 

400 000 

14 

R 

BUI LDI NG & FLEET MANAGEMENT 


FENCING AT MUNICIPAL SERVICES 

CENTRE MIDDELBURG 

1400062 

EMB3 

Community 

Security and policing 

195 306 

300 000 

260 000 



13 

R 

BUI LDI NG & FLEET MANAGEMENT 


CONSTRUCTION OF CARPORTS AT 

SERVICE CENTRE 

1400063 

EMB3 

Infrastructure - Other 

Transportation 


150 000 

250 000 



13 

N 

BUI LDI NG & FLEET MANAGEMENT 


REPLACE ROOFING POST OFFICE 

1400065 

EMB3 

Other assets 

Other Buildings 


250 000 




18 

R 

BUILDING & FLEET MANAGEMENT 


REPLACE ROOFING AT PUBUC 

SUPERMARKET NASARET 

1400066 

EMB3 

Other assets 

Other Buildings 

56000 

244000 




7 

R 

BUILDING & FLEET MANAGEMENT 


NB/VMULTI MODULE TAXI RANK 

1400072 

ECF3 

Infrastructure 

Storm water 





300 000 


N 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


FLATBED TRUCK WTH HIGH UP 

1400080 

EPK3 

Other assets 

General vehicles 

720193 





INST 

R 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


ROADS MIDDELBURG X49 

1400084 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 




3500 000 

3500 000 

11 

N 

ROADS & STORIVWATER 


FENCING ROAD SOMAPHEPA 

1400086 

ERS3 

Community 

Security and policing 

2 717 846 







ROADS & STORIVWATER 


ROAD AND BRIDGE SOMAPHEPA 

1400087 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 

14968827 








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TABLE SA36 


Municipal Vote/Capital project 


PrograrrV Project description 

Project 

number 

IDP 

Goal 

code 

2 

Asset Class 

3 

Asset Sub-Class 

3 

Prior year outcomes 

2015/16 Medium Term (Revenue & Expenditure 

Framevtork 

Project information 

Audited 

Outcome 

2013/14 

Current Year 

2014/15 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 

2015/16 

Budget Year 

+12016/17 

Budget Year 

+22017/18 

Vtfcird location 

New or 

renewal 

Parent municipality: 

Maidpal Vote 














SPORT & RECREATION 


RELINE MHLUZI POOL 

1400088 

ESP3 

Community 

3/umning Pods 

715455 





20 

R 

SPORT & RECREATION 


BANQUET HALL ART FEATURE 

1400089 

ESP3 

Other assets 

Computers - hardvuarefequiprrent 




300 000 



N 

WATER 


UPGRADE WATER NETWORKS: 

MIDDELBURG 

1400101 

EWB3 

Infrastructure - \AMer 

Reticulation 

25915 






R 

WATER 


NEW SECURITY SYSTEMS 

1400102 

EWB3 

Community 

Security and pdicing 

198 004 

100 000 

100 000 

100 000 

105 000 

11 

N 

WATER 


NEW WATER NETWORK: KWAZA 

1400104 

EWB3 

Infrastructure - Whter 

Reticulation 

150150 

225 000 




1 , 

N 

WATER 


ELEVATED STORAGE TANK 

KOORNFONTEIN 

1400105 

EW53 

Infrastructure - \Abler 

Dams & Reservoirs 

11864 

250 000 



300 000 

5 

N 

MUNICIPAL BUILDING (THEMBA 
MASANGO) 


GENERATOR 

1400109 

EMB3 

Other assets 

Plant & equipment 


1000 000 




14 

N 

ELECTRICITY 


ENERGY SAVI NG S DEMAND 

MANAGEMENT 

1400110 

EES3 

Other assets 

Plant & equipment 

358 385 

4641615 




ALL 

N 

BUILDING & FLEET MANAGEMENT 


NEW PROCUREMENT OFFICE 

(STORES) 

1400111 

EMB3 

Other assets 

Civic Land and Buildings 

47 056 

1952 900 




INST 

N 

SPORT & RECREATION 


REPLACE FENCE TENNIS COURTS 

KEESTALJAARD 

1400113 

ESP3 

Community 

Security and pdicing 

298 930 







a VI L ENGINEER 


1 TON TRAILOR (TO TRANSPORT 
BOMAG) 

1400114 

El S3 

Other assets 

Plant & equipment 

35104 







CIVIL ENGINEER 


REPLACE VEHICLES FOR ROADS 

1400115 

El S3 

Other assets 

General vehides 


1203400 

780 000 

800 000 

800 000 

INSTITUTIONAL 

R 

CIVIL ENGINEER 


UPGRADING OF VEHICLE FLEET 

1400117 

El S3 

Other assets 

General vehides 


760 000 




INSTITUTIONAL 

R 

TOWN PLANNING 


SURVEYING OF NODE D 

1400123 

FSP4 

Infrastructure - Other 

Other 

299 743 







TOWN PLANNING 


PURCHASE SERVICED INDUSTRIAL 

STANDS 

1400124 

FSP4 

Other assets 

Other Land 

65000000 







ROADS & STORMWATER 


STORMWATER 

AERORAND(MI DWATER) 

1400127 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Stormwater 

391116 







TOWN PLANNING 


AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS 

1400130 

FSP4 

Infrastructure - Other 

Other 

1392 640 







ROADS & STORMWATER 


NEW ROADS MHLUZI EXT 4S7 

1400140 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 

5431637 







CIVIL ENGINEER 


HONEY SUCKER TRUCKS 

1400141 

El S3 

Other assets 

General vehides 

1687 346 







PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


COMMUNITY PARK KWAZAMIOKUHLE 

1400143 

ESP3 

Community 

Parks & gardens 

599 927 







aVIL ENGINEER 


REPLACE RIDE ON ROLLER 

1500001 

El S3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Reticulation 


360 000 




INSTITUTIONAL 

R 

CIVIL ENGINEER 


NEW PEDESTRIAN ROLLER 

1500002 

El S3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Reticulation 



220 000 



INSTITUTIONAL 

R 

ELECTRICITY 


TAP CHANGER UPGRADE ON 88 AND 

132KV TRANSFORMERS 

1500003 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 


890 000 




UCENCED 

AREA 

R 

ELECTRICITY 


REPLACEMENT OF TRANSFORMER AT 

FALCOM CREST 

1500004 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 




500 000 


4 

R 

ELECTRICITY 


BULK METERS ON INTAKES 

1500005 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 




500 000 


ALL 

N 

ELECTRICITY 


1 NSTALLATION OF BREAKERS AND 

ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES 

1500007 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 




1500000 

1500 000 

8 

N 

BUILDINGS FLEET MANAGEMENT 


ENERGY EFFICIENT RETRORTTING'S 

1500014 

EMB3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 


250 000 

280 000 

300 000 

300 000 


R 


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Municipal Vote/Capital project 


Program! Project description 

Project 

number 

IDP 

Goal 

code 

2 

Asset Class 

3 

Asset Sub-Class 

3 

Prior year outcomes 

2015/16 Medium Term (Revenue & Expenditure 

Framevtork 

Project information 

Audited 

CX.it come 

2013/14 

Current Year 

2014/15 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 

2015/16 

Budget Year 

+12016/17 

Budget Year 

+22017/18 

Wfeird location 

New or 

renewal 

Parent municipality: 

Muidpal Vote 














BUI LDNG& FLEET MANAGEMENT 


GENERATORS FOR SERVICE CENTRE 

1500015 

EMB3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 


900 000 





N 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


ENTRANCE ROAD FOR MIDDELBURG 

EXT 34; 35; 36 

1500017 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 


2000 000 




10 

N 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


DRAJ IMAGE AT SI KHU U\AE MULTI 

PURPOSE FIELD 

1500019 

EPK3 

Community 

Sportsfields & stadia 


50000 




7 

N 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


UPGRADE VAN BLERK PLAIN 

1500020 

EPK3 

Community 

Parks & gardens 



700 000 

580 000 

520 000 

13 

R 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


TREE AUGER 

1500021 

EPK3 

Other assets 

Plant & equipment 


40000 



40000 

INST 

N 

SPORT & RECREATION 


SEALING OF ROOF AT MHLUZI 

SWIMMING POOL (CHANGEROO 

1500026 

ESP3 

Community 

Sportsfields & stadia 


250 000 




20 

R 

SPORT & RECREATION 


SOCCER POLE TRAILER 

1500027 

EPK3 

Other assets 

Computers - hardvuare/eqiipnent 


60000 




INST 

N 

CEMETERIES 


RENOVATION OF CEMETERY 

BUILDING-BHIMY DAMANE STR & 

1500028 

ECM3 

Community 

Cemeteries 


400 000 

400 000 



3 

R 

CEMETERIES 


EXPANSION PHUMOLONG CEMETERY 

1500029 

ECM3 

Community 

Cemeteries 


400 000 

450 000 

450 000 

450 000 

28 

N 

TCWN PLANNING 


TCVNMSHI P DEVELOPMENT AT 

SOMAPHEPHA 

1500031 

FSP4 

Infrastructure - Other 

Other 


400 000 

150 000 



9 

N 

TCWN PLANNING 


TCWNSHI P DEVELOPMENT - 

KANONKOPEAST 

1500034 

FSP4 

Infrastructure - Other 

Other 






10 

N 

BUILDING & FLEET MANAGEMENT 


GENERATORS 

1500055 

EMB3 

Other assets 

Plant & equipment 




1500 000 



N 

BUILDING & FLEET MANAGEMENT 


GENERATORS 

1500057 

EMB3 

Other assets 

Plant & equipment 



1000 000 




N 

BUILDING & FLEET MANAGEMENT 


UPGRADING OF ELECTRICITY AT 

OVIC CENTRE 

1500060 

EMB3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Transmission & Reticulation 


3000 000 




12 

R 

WATER 


REPLACE OLD WATER PIPES MHLUZI 

1500069 

EMS3 

Infrastructure - \AMer 

Reticulation 


1400 000 

1550 000 

1500 000 

1500 000 

16,17,18,20 

R 

WATER 


MOVE METER TO STREET 

1500070 

EMS3 

Infrastructure - Whter 

Reticulation 


480 000 

370 000 

350 000 

350 000 

ALL 

R 

WATER 


NEW WATER CONNECTIONS RDP 

HOUSES 

1500071 

EWS3 

Infrastructure - Whter 

Reticulation 


600 000 




8 

N 

BUILDING & FLEET MANAGEMENT 


RESEAL AIRFIELD 

1500072 

EMB3 

Infrastructure 

Storm vveter 


300 000 




16 

R 

BUILDING & FLEET MANAGEMENT 


CONSTRUCTION OF CARPORTS AT 

HENDRI NA WORKSHOP 

1500073 

EMB3 

Other assets 

Civic Land and Buildings 


200 000 





N 

WATER 


UPGRADING OF VAALBANK 

WATERWORKS BUILDINGS 

1500078 

EW53 

Other assets 

Civic Land and Buildings 


400 000 

400 000 



11 

R 

WATER 


UPGRADING OF SLEEPING QUARTERS 

PRESIDENTSRUS 

1500079 

EWS3 

Other assets 

Civic Land and Buildings 


250000 




29 

R 

CIVIL ENGINEER 


REPLACE VEHICLE 

1500083 

El S3 

Other assets 

General vehicles 


180000 




INST 

R 

TCMN PLANNING 


PURHASE LAND FOR DOORNKOP RE- 
SETTLEMENT 

1500087 

FSP4 

Other assets 

Other Land 


4000 000 






TOWM PLANNING 


DOMAI N SERVER AND BACK-UP 

FACILITY 

1500088 

FSP4 

Other assets 

Plant & equipment 


434000 






BUILDING & FLEET MANAGEMENT 


REPLACE FENCING AT HEDC AND 

MHLUZI OFFICES 

1600008 

EMB3 

Community 

Security and policing 




450000 




MUNICIPAL BUILDING (THEMBA 
MASANGO) 


UPGRADING OF MUNICIPAL BUILDING 

OFFICES. 

1600009 

EMB3 

Other assets 

Other Buildings 



200000 





BUILDING & FLEET MANAGEMENT 


MUNICIPAL BUILDING DEVELOPMENT 

PLANNING 

1600010 

EMB3 

Infrastructure - Other 

Other 









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Municipal Vote/Capital project 


PrograrrV Project description 

Project 

number 

IDP 

Goal 

code 

2 

Asset Class 

3 

Asset Sub-Class 

3 

Prior year outcomes 

2015/16 Medium Term [Revenue & Expenditure 

Framework 

Project information 

Audited 

Outcome 

2013/14 

Current Year 

2014/15 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 

2015/16 

Budget Year 

+12016/17 

Budget Year 

+22017/18 

Wfeird location 

New or 

renewal 

Parent municipality: 

Muidpal Vote 














BUILDING & FLEET MANAGEMENT! 


CONSTRUCTION OF PUBUC ABLUTION 

FAQUTIES 

1600017 

ECF3 

Other assets 

Other Buildings 



570 000 

465 000 

465 000 



TCWN PLANNING 


TCWMSHIP DEVELOPMENT 

DOORNKOP RESETTLEMENT 

1600019 

FSP4 

Infrastructure - Other 

Other 



1000 000 



9 


CEMETERIES 


Replace Fence and Gates at Nasaret old 
Cemetery 

1600020 

ECM3 

Infrastructure - Whter 

Dams & Reservoirs 



500 000 

150000 


10 


CEMETERIES 


Lighting at Muslim Cemetery area 

1600021 

ECM3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Street Lighting 



180 000 



13 


CEMETERIES 


DEVELOP CEMETERY AT MHLUZI 

1600022 

ECM3 

Community 

Cemeteries 





300 000 



SPORT & RECREATION 


Thatch Lapa at Pools 

1600024 

ESP3 

Community 

Parks & gardens 



80 000 



15 


SPORT & RECREATION 


REPLACE FENCE at TENNIS COURTS 

Mhluzi 

1600025 

ESP3 

Community 

Sportsfields & stadia 



200 000 



18 


SPORT & RECREATION 


Upgrade and inforce fence at Pools 

1600026 

ESP3 

Community 

Security and policing 



425 000 

425 000 


20 


PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


Replace Whlkwey at Ext 7 Park 

1600029 

EPK3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 



500 000 



24 

N 

PARKS & PLAYING EQUIPMENT 


UPGRADING PARK 6381 HLALAMANDI 

1600030 

EPK3 

Community 

Security and policing 



300 000 




N 

ROADS & STORM WATER 


REPLACEMENT OF KERB-INLETS 

MIDDELBURG MHLUZI 

1600031 

ERS3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 



300 000 



11,13,20,21 


ROADS & STORM WATER 


MEASURING WHEELS 

1600033 

ERS3 

Community 

Parks & gardens 



10000 



INST 


ROADS & STORM WATER 


SURVEY EQUIPMENT 

1600034 

ERS3 

Other assets 

Computers - hardvuarefequipment 



300 000 



INST 


ROADS & STORM WATER 


REPLACEMENT OF KERB-INLETS 

ESKOMTCWMS 

1600037 

ERS3 

Other assets 

Rant & equipment 



200 000 

200000 

200 000 

4,5 


SANITATION 


COMPLY WTH LEGISLATION: 

PREVENT POLLUTION 

1600038 

ESR3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Reticulation 



600 000 

2000000 


29 


WATER 


CONSTRUCTION OF NEW WATER 

NETWGRK KWAZA EXT 9 

1600041 

EWS3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Reticulation 



6500 000 

8000000 

6500 000 

2 


BUILDING & FLEET MANAGEMENT 


UPGRADE ACCESS TO MUNICIPAL 

BUILDINGS 

1600045 

EMB3 

Infrastructure 

Roads, Pavements & Bridges 



150 000 





BUILDING & FLEET MANAGEMENT 


REPLACE ROOFING AT SERVICE 

CENTRE 

1600046 

EMB3 

Community 

Security and policing 



300 000 

350 000 

400 000 



BUILDING & FLEET MANAGEMENT 


STORM WATER MANAGEMENT ON 

MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS 

1600047 

EMB3 

Infrastructure - Sanitation 

Reticulation 



300 000 





BUILDING & FLEET MANAGEMENT 


REPLACE ROOFING MHLUZI HEDC. 

1600048 

EMB3 

Other assets 

Other Buildings 



300 000 

300 000 

300 000 



WATER 


UPGRADING OF MUNICIPAL BUILDING 

OFFICES. 

1600054 

EMS3 

Other assets 

Civic Land and Buildings 



350 000 



INST 


WATER 


NEW 2 ML RESERVOIR AT 

PULLENSHOPE 

1600056 

EW53 

Infrastructure - Whler 

Dams & Reservoirs 





500 000 

5 


WATER 


NEW 2 ML RESERVOIR AT RIETKUIL 

1600057 

EWS3 

Infrastructure - Whler 

Dams & Reservoirs 




500 000 

2000 000 

7 


WATER 


RECLAIMED MINE WATER FROM 

MIDDELBURG MINES TO PIENAAR DAM 

1600059 

EW53 

Infrastructure - VWter 

Reticulation 



5000 000 

5000 000 

10000000 

INST 


a VI L ENGINEER 


REPLACE VEHICLE 

1600060 

El S3 

Other assets 

General vehicles 



760 000 




R 

ELECTRICITY 


CAMERAS 

1600061 

EES3 

Other assets 

Computers - hardware/ equi prrent 



7000 



INST 


ELECTRICITY 


REPLACEMENT OF STOLEN SERVICES 

(STREETLIGHTS) 

1600063 

EES3 

Infrastructure - Electricity 

Street Lighting 



100 000 

100 000 

100 000 

ALL 



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Municipal Vote/Capital project 


PrograrrV Project description 

Project 

number 

IDP 

Goal 

code 

2 

Asset Class 

3 

Asset Sub-Class 

3 

Prior year outcomes 

2015/16 Medium Term [Revenue & Expenditure 

Framework 

Project information 

Audited 

Outcome 

2013/14 

Current Year 

2014/15 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 

2015/16 

Budget Year 

+12016/17 

Budget Year 

+22017/18 

ward location 

New or 

renewal 

Parent municipality: 

Muidpal Vote 














BUILDING & FLEET MANAGEMENT! 


UPGRADE ACCESS CONTROL/ 

CLOCKING 

1600069 

EMB3 

Community 

Security and policing 



150 000 





WATER 


GENERATOR SET HENDRI NA WTP 

1100160 

EWS3 

Other assets 

Plant & equipment 

326 176 






N 

WATER 


BULK WATER SUPPLY ROCKDALE 

1100215 

EWS3 

Infrastructure - water 

Reticulation 

1906 570 






N 

WATER 


NEW10ML RESERVOIR RIETFONTEIN 

1100218 

EWS3 

Community 

Security and poliang 

19154398 






N 

BUILDING & FLEET MANAGEMENT 


NODE C EXPANSION COMMUNITY 

NODE 

1200072 

EMB3 

Other assets 

Other Buildings 

14 784222 







WATER 


UPGRADE WATER NETWORKS: 

HENDRI NA 

1400103 

EWS3 

Infrastructure - V\ater 

Reticulation 

27 752 






R 















Parent Capital expenditure 

1 






307 235 212 

264234477 

236 368 760 

245 005480 

227 290860 



Total Capital expenditure 







307 235212 

264234477 

236 368 760 

245 005480 

227 290 860 




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TABLE SA37 


| Steve Tshwete Municipality - IVP313 | 

Municipal Vote/Capital project 

Ref. 

1,2 

Project name 

Project 

number 

Asset Class 

3 

Asset Sub-Class 

3 

GPS co-ordinates 

4 

Previous target 

year to 

complete 

Year 

Current Year 2012/13 

2013/14 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure 1 

Original 

Budget 

Full Year 

Forecast 

Budget Year 

2013/14 

Budget Year 

+12014/15 

Budget Year 

+2 2015/16 

Parent municipality: 

List all capital projects grouped by Municipal Vi 

bfe 



Examples 

Examples 








Entities: 

List all capital projects grouped by Municipal B 

Entity Name 

Project name 

ntity 













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TABLE S38 


Steve Tshwete Municipality - MP313 


Description 

Standard 

Ref 

Service Level 

Solid Waste Removal 



Premise based removal (Residential Frequency) 


one a week in surburbs and twice in township 

Premise based removal (Business Frequency) 


once a week 

Bulk Removal (Frequency) 


once a week 

Removal Bags provided(Yes/No) 



Garden refuse removal Included (Yes/No) 


once a week 

Street Cleaning Frequency in CBD 


daily 

Street Cleaning Frequency in areas excluding CBD 


once a week 

How soon are public areas cleaned after events (24hours/48hours/longer) 


day after 

Clearing of illegal dumping (24hours/48hours/longer) 


longer 

Recycling or environmentally friendly practices(Yes/No) 


yes 

Licenced landfill site(Yes/No) 


yes 

Water Service 



Water Quality rating (Blue/Green/Brown/NO drop) 


Blue drop 

Is free water available to all? (All/only to the indigent consumers) 


Yes All 

Frequency of meter reading? (per month, per year) 


Monthly 

Are estimated consumption calculated on actual consumption over (two month's/three month's/longer period) 


Three months 

On average for how long does the municipality use estimates before reverting back to actual readings? (months) 


Six 

Duration (hours) before availability of water is restored in cases of service interruption (complete the sub questions) 


All sizes average four hours 

One service connection affected (number of hours) 



Up to 5 service connection affected (number of hours) 



Up to 20 service connection affected (number of hours) 



Feeder pipe larger than 800mm (number of hours) 



What is the average minimum water flow in your municipality? 


20 liters / min 

Do you practice any environmental or scarce resource protection activities as part of your operations? (Yes/No) 


No 

How long does it take to replace faulty water meters? (days) 


1 hour per meter 

Do you have a cathodic protection system in place that is operational at this stage? (Yes/No) 


NO 

Electricity Service 


90% 

What is your electricity availability percentage on average per month? 


No 

Do your municipality have a ripple control in place that is operational? (Yes/No) 


N/A 

How much do you estimate is the cost saving in utilizing the ripple control system? 


Monthly 

What is the frequency of meters being read? (per month, per year) 


Three monts 

Are estimated consumption calculated at consumption over (two month's/three month's/longer period) 


1 Month 

On average for how long does the municipality use estimates before reverting back to actual readings? (months) 


Within 4 hours 

Duration before availability of electricity is restored in cases of breakages (immediately/one day/two days/longer) 


Yes 

Are accounts normally calculated on actual readings? (Yes/no) 


Yes 

Do you practice any environmental or scarce resource protection activities as part of your operations? (Yes/No) 


Within 3 days 

How long does it take to replace faulty meters? (days) 


Yes 

Do you have a plan to prevent illegal connections and prevention of electricity theft? (Yes/No) 


Good 

How effective is the action plan in curbing line losses? (Good/Bad) 


Within 3 days 

How soon does the municipality provide a quotation to a customer upon a written request? (days) 


Within 10 days 

How long does the municipality takes to provide electricity service where existing infrastructure can be used? (working days) 


Within 10 days 

How long does the municipality takes to provide electricity service for low voltage users where network extension is not required? (working days) 


As agreed upon with the client 

How long does the municipality takes to provide electricity service for high voltage users where network extension is not required? (working days) 



Sewerage Service 



Are your purification system effective enough to put water back in to the system after purification? 


NO: Busy with Upgrading 

To what extend do you subsidize your indigent consumers? 


Free Basic Sanitation 

How long does it take to restore sewerage breakages on average 



Severe overflow? (hours) 


Average Four Hours 

Sewer blocked pipes: Large pipes? (Hours) 


Three hours 

Sewer blocked pipes: Small pipes? (Hours) 


One hour 

Spillage clean-up? (hours) 


Average Two to Four Hours 

Replacement of manhole covers? (Hours) 


One hour 

Road Infrastructure Services 



Time taken to repair a single pothole on a major road? (Hours) 


48 Hours 

Time taken to repair a single pothole on a minor road? (Hours) 


48 Hours 

Time taken to repair a road following an open trench service crossing? (Hours) 


96 Hours 

Time taken to repair walkways? (Hours) 


96 Hours 

Property valuations 



How long does it take on average from completion to the first account being issued? (one month/three months or longer) 



Do you have any special rating properties? (Yes/No) 




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SERVICE DELIVERY STANDARDS 


TABLE SS8 


Steve Tshwete Municipality - MP313 


Financial Management 

Is there any change in the situation of unauthorised and wasteful expenditure over time? (Decrease/Increase) 

Are the financial statement outsources? (Yes/No) 

Are there Council adopted business process tsructuing the flow and managemet of documentation feeding to Trial Balalnce? 

How long does it take for an Tax/Invoice to be paid from the date it has been received? 



Is there advance planning from SCM unit linking all departmental plans quaterly and annualy including for the next two to three years procurement 
plans? 



Administration 



Reaction time on enquiries and requests? 


3 Days 

Time to respond to a verbal customer enquiry or request? (working days) 


14 Days 

Time to respond to a written customer enquiry or request? (working days) 


21 Days 

Time to resolve a customer enquiry or request? (working days) 


21 Days 

What percentage of calls are not answered? (5%, 10% or more) 


10% 

How long does it take to respond to voice mails? (hours) 

Does the municipality have control over locked enquiries? (Yes/No) 

Is there a reduction in the number of complaints or not? (Yes/No) 

How long does in take to open an account to a new customer? (1 day / 2 days/ a week or longer) 


IDay 

How many times does SCM Unit, CFO's Unit and Technical unit sit to review and resolve SCM process delays other than normal monthly 


4 

management meetings? 



Community safety and licensing services 

How long does it take to register a vehicle? (minutes) 


5min 

How long does it take to renew a vehicle license? (minutes) 


5 min 

How long does it take to issue a duplicate registration certificate vehicle? (minutes) 


15min 

How long does it take to de-register a vehicle? (minutes) 


lOmin 

How long does it take to renew a drivers license? (minutes) 


15min avarage 

What is the average reaction time of the fire service to an incident? (minutes) 


15min avarage 

What is the average reaction time of the ambulance service to an incident in the urban area? (minutes) 

What is the average reaction time of the ambulance service to an incident in the rural area? (minutes) 


45 min to an lhr 

Economic development 



How many economic development projects does the municipality drive? 


maximum 10 per annum 

How many economic development programme are deemed to be catalytic in creating an enabling environment to unlock key economic growth 
projects? 


3 projects 

What percentage of the projects have created sustainable job security? 


2 percent 

Does the municipality have any incentive plans in place to create an conducive environment for economic development? (Yes/No) 


Yes tax holidays 

Other Service delivery and communication 



Is a information package handed to the new customer? (Yes/No) 


yes 

Does the municipality have training or information sessions to inform the community? (Yes/No) 


yes through public participation 

Are customers treated in a professional and humanly manner? (Yes/No) 


yes at all times 


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PART 3 


INTERNAL 

DEPARTMENTS 




Operational Budget for the three financial years from 2015/16 until 2017/18 




Actual 


Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Budget 

Forecast 


Forecast 

Total Council - All Services 


2013/14 


2014/15 

2014/15 

2015/16 

2016/17 


2017/18 



R 


R 

R 

R 

R 


R 

REVENUE BY SOURCE 










PROPERTY RATES 


264 425 808 


272 882 246 

278 807 712 

301 305 502 

316 055 776 


326 327 590 

PENALTIES IMPOSED & COLLECTION CHARGES ON RATES 


- 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

SERVICE CHARGES 


639 340 561 


702 934 118 

701 966 542 

784 421 972 

875 360 898 


975 943 684 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - TURNOVER 


- 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - RENUMERATION 


- 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

RENT OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 


29 792 983 


35 361 329 

34 603 957 

35 867 521 

37 260 823 


39 551 305 

INTEREST EARNED - EXTERNAL INVESTMENTS 


22 475 654 


20 693 700 

21 469 319 

21 381 260 

21 981 300 


23 271 991 

INTEREST EARNED - OUTSTANDING DEBTORS 


2 050 541 


1 497 709 

1 886 987 

1 967 516 

2 060 052 


2 159 468 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED 


- 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

FINES 


14 349 255 


6 707 900 

14 208 874 

16 949 165 

17 196 293 


17 402 303 

LICENSES & PERMITS 


8 541 416 


8 143 940 

8 177 555 

8 909 130 

9 353 565 


10 003 336 

INCOME FOR AGENCY SERVICES 


14 574 227 


13 545 608 

14 545 608 

15 295 120 

15 700 700 


16 285 135 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - OPERATING 


120 038 817 


189 619 569 

111 668 219 

126 295 300 

141 525 120 


160 987 640 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - CAPITAL 


60 240 330 


45 770 680 

52 461 595 

62 170 240 

51 954 880 


53 631 360 

PUBLIC CONTRIBUTIONS &DONATIONS 


50 188 570 


49 908 340 

38 158 342 

49 842 093 

10 767 000 


8 010 000 

OTHER REVENUE 


100 352 538 


66 147 938 

41 320 806 

68 021 321 

68 514 699 


70 212 590 

GAIN ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 


91 307 


150 000 

800 000 

150 000 

150 000 


150 000 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

1 326 462 006 

1 413 363 077 

1 320 075 516 

1 492 576 140 

1 567 881 106 

1 703 936 402 | 

LESS REVENUE FOREGONE 

- 

12 729 526 

!- 

14 480 604 

14 989 401 

17 633 000 

19 607 896 


21 745 157 | 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

1 313 732 480 

1 398 882 473 

1 305 086 115 

1 474 943 140 

1 548 273 210 

1 682 191 245 | 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 










INTEREST RECEIVED - INTERNAL LOANS 


- 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

INTERNAL RECOVERIES (Activity Based Costing) 


91 782 650 


105 969 066 

105 609 922 

99 656 543 

108 883 355 


117 030 491 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED - INTERNAL 


- 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

91 782 650 

105 969 066 

105 609 922 

99 656 543 

108 883 355 

117 030 491 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

1 405 515 130 

1 504 851 539 

1 410 696 037 

1 574 599 683 

1 657 156 565 

1 799 221 736 

OPERATING EXPENDITURE 










EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Wages & Salaries 

- 

308 716 531 

- 

344 431 966 

- 346 292 835 

- 385 662 127 

- 418 250 151 

- 

451 938 355 

EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Social Contributions 


- 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS CAPITALISED 


- 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS ALLOCATED TO OTHER OPERATING 
ITEMS 










REMUNERATION OF COUNCILLORS 

- 

17 087 587 

- 

18 817 670 

18 711 270 

19 698 455 

21 175 838 

- 

22 869 905 

BAD DEBTS 

- 

1 1 448 624 

- 

8 033 795 

16 033 795 

17 323 239 

18 273 836 

- 

19 052 692 

COLLECTION COSTS 

- 

248 954 

- 

295 000 

295 000 

2 309 000 

2 326 500 

- 

2 349 355 

DEPRECIATION (GAMAP) 

- 

152 647 665 

- 

176 251 700 

- 176 251 700 

- 157 228 228 

- 154 696 859 

- 

153 955 056 

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE - Municipal Assets 

- 

49 666 196 

- 

62 840 610 

65 409 033 

74 127 890 

79 652 985 

- 

83 689 71 1 

INTEREST EXPENSE - EXTERNAL BORROWINGS 

- 

10 970 000 

- 

28 080 922 

28 080 922 

30 890 224 

42 201 188 

- 

47 969 723 

BULK PURCHASES 

- 

296 646 672 

- 

340 072 243 

339 072 778 

- 380 168 395 

- 432 457 083 

- 

492 309 937 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 

- 

28 554 440 

- 

38 560 561 

37 881 379 

41 075 859 

42 933 592 

- 

45 463 512 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES PAID (F4.2) 

- 

57 517 288 

- 

62 503 456 

64 393 292 

67 662 998 

72 769 828 

- 

77 428 759 

GENERAL EXPENSES - OTHER 

- 

188 369 252 

- 

270 254 931 

194 664 070 

- 224 788 687 

- 232 608 912 

- 

245 226 308 

LOSS ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

- 

2 597 900 


- 

- 

5 000 

5 000 

- 

5 000 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO/(FROM) PROVISIONS 

- 

16 336 673 

- 

2 243 317 

2 243 317 

1 890 000 

1 980 000 

- 

2 118 600 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 

1 140 807 781 

- 

1 352 386 171 

- 1289 329 391 

- 1402 830 102 

- 1519 331772 

- 1 644 376 913 | 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 










INTEREST - INTERNAL BORROWINGS 


- 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

INTERNAL CHARGES (Activity Based Costing) 

- 

91 782 650 

- 

105 969 066 

105 609 922 

99 656 543 

- 108 883 355 

- 

117 030 491 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 

91 782 650 

1 - 105 969 066 

105 609 922 

99 656 543 

- 108 883 355 

- 

117 030 491 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 

1 232 590 431 

E 

1 458 355 237 

- 1394 939 313 

- 1502 486 645 

- 1628 215 127 

- 

1 761 407 404 

OPERA TING SURPL US / (DEFICIT) 

172 924 699 

46 496 302 

15 756 724 

72 113 038 

28 941 438 

37 814 332 

LESS TAX 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) AFTERTAX 

172 924 699 

46 496 302 

15 756 724 

72 113 038 

28 941 438 

37 814 332 

CROSS SUBSIDISATION 


- 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

PLUS INTERESTS IN ENTERPRISES NOT WHOLLY OWNED 


- 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

SURPLUS / (- DEFICIT) AFTER TAX, CROSS SUBSIDIES 

172 924 699 

46 496 302 

15 756 724 

72 113 038 

28 941 438 

37 814 332 | 

OTHER ADJUSTMENTS AND TRANSFERS 










DIVIDENDS PAID (Municipal Entities Only) 


- 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

ASSET FINANCING RESERVE (AFR) 

- 

101 520 212 

- 

106 930 017 

80 652 992 

97 565 211 

98 563 772 

- 

104 198 489 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND 


- 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX AFR 


- 


141 908 677 

141 908 677 

121 352 726 

115 978 027 


112 174 527 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX GOVT GRANTS 


- 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX DONATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS 


- 


14 784 317 

14 784 317 

17 252 216 

17 948 464 


18 017 285 

SELF INSURANCE RESERVE 

- 

178 564 

- 

312410 

312410 

1 749 643 

1 701 825 

- 

1 790 221 

REVALUATION RESERVE 


- 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

OTHER 

- 

4 020 000 

- 

20 020 

20 020 

700 000 

270 000 

- 

103 000 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE AFTER ADJUSTMENTS 

- 

1 338 309 208 

- 

1 408 924 690 

- 1319 231741 

- 1462 496 557 

- 1594 284 233 

- 1737 307 302 

CHANGE TO UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS / (ACCUMULATED 
DEFICIT) 

67 205 922 

95 926 849 

91 464 296 

112 103 126 

62 872 332 

61 914 434 

LESS CAPITAL GRANTS RECOGNISED 

- 

60 240 330 

- 

45 770 680 

52 461 595 

62 170 240 

51 954 880 

- 

53 631 360 


- 

50 188 570 

- 

49 908 340 

38 158 342 

49 842 093 

10 767 000 

- 

8 010 000 

NET OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) 

- 

43 222 978 

247 829 

844 359 

90 793 

150 452 

273 074 j 









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Operational Budget for the three financial years from 2015/16 until 2017/18 


Executive & Council/Total 

Actual 

2013/14 

R 

Original Budget 

2014/15 

R 

Adjusted Budget 

2014/15 

R 

Budget 

2015/16 

R 

Forecast 

2016/17 

R 

Forecast 

2017/18 

R 

REVENUE BY SOURCE 









PROPERTY RATES 


- 

. 

. 

. 

. 


- 

PENALTIES IMPOSED & COLLECTION CHARGES ON RATES 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

SERVICE CHARGES 


- 

. 

. 

. 

. 


- 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - TURNOVER 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - RENUMERATION 


- 

. 

. 

. 

. 


- 

RENT OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

INTEREST EARNED - EXTERNAL INVESTMENTS 


- 

. 

. 

. 

. 


- 

INTEREST EARNED - OUTSTANDING DEBTORS 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED 


- 

. 

. 

. 

. 


- 

FINES 


2 000 

- 

50 000 

- 

- 


- 

LICENSES & PERMITS 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

INCOME FOR AGENCY SERVICES 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - OPERATING 


38 835 700 

46 062 200 

44 389 508 

57 496 402 

69 861 532 


84 886 311 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - CAPITAL 


13 867 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

PUBLIC CONTRIBUTIONS &DONATIONS 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

OTHER REVENUE 


16 835 708 

7 104 

2 355 296 

6 927 

7 276 


7 785 

GAIN ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

55 687 275 

46 069 304 

46 794 804 

57 503 329 

69 868 808 

84 894 096 

LESS REVENUE FOREGONE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

55 687 275 

46 069 304 

46 794 804 

57 503 329 

69 868 808 

84 894 096 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 









INTEREST RECEIVED - INTERNAL LOANS 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

INTERNAL RECOVERIES (Activity Based Costing) 


20 647 090 

25 155 813 

24 116 768 

21 308 557 

25 356 184 


28 325 167 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED - INTERNAL 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

20 647 090 

25 155 813 

24 116 768 

21 308 557 

25 356 184 

28 325 167 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

76 334 365 

71 225 117 

70 911 572 

78 811 886 

95 224 992 

113 219 263 

OPERATING EXPENDITURE 









EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Wages & Salaries 

- 

25 242 794 

- 28 931 634 

27 693 812 

- 36 281 638 

- 41 464 445 

- 

46 199 264 

EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Social Contributions 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS CAPITALISED 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS ALLOCATED TO OTHER OPERATING 


_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


_ 

ITEMS 









REMUNERATION OF COUNCILLORS 

- 

17 087 587 

- 18 817 670 

18 711 270 

- 19 698 455 

- 21 175 838 

- 

22 869 905 

BAD DEBTS 

- 

1 901 086 

534 024 

534 024 

668 746 

705 527 

- 

754 914 

COLLECTION COSTS 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

DEPRECIATION (GAMAP) 

- 

1 068 587 

1 114 991 

1 114 991 

988 284 

758 087 

- 

604 711 

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE - Municipal Assets 

- 

535 348 

529 034 

571 832 

762 510 

775 261 

- 

788 764 

INTEREST EXPENSE - EXTERNAL BORROWINGS 

- 

53 691 

78 572 

78 572 

73 843 

68 388 

- 

65 776 

BULK PURCHASES 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 

- 

4 656 

12 000 

12 000 

12 720 

13 483 

- 

14 157 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES PAID (F4.2) 


- 

- 

- 

150 000 

150 000 

- 

150 000 

GENERAL EXPENSES - OTHER 

- 

25 860 682 

- 33 205 525 

33 376 591 

- 34 807 146 

- 36 786 391 

- 

39 089 098 

LOSS ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

- 

17 245 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO/(FROM) PROVISIONS 

- 

10 370 604 

2 240 000 

2 240 000 

1 890 000 

1 980 000 

- 

2 118 600 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 82 142 280 

- 85 463 450 

84 333 092 

- 95 333 342 

- 103 877 420 

- 

112 655 189 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 









INTEREST - INTERNAL BORROWINGS 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

INTERNAL CHARGES (Activity Based Costing) 

- 

3 297 198 

4 01 1 064 

3 743 279 

4 267 764 

4 766 361 

- 

4 478 972 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 

3 297 198 

4 011 064 

3 743 279 

4 267 764 

4 766 361 

- 

4 478 972 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 85 439 478 

- 89 474 514 

88 076 371 

- 99 601 106 

- 108 643 781 

- 

117 134 161 

OPERA TING SURPL US / (DEFICIT) 

F 

9 105 113 

- 18 249 397 

17 164 799 

- 20 789 220 

13 418 789 

- 

3 914 898 

LESS TAX 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 1 

OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) AFTERTAX 

- 

9 105 113 

- 18 249 397 

17 164 799 

- 20 789 220 

13 418 789 

- 

3 914 898 

CROSS SUBSIDISATION 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

PLUS INTERESTS IN ENTERPRISES NOT WHOLLY OWNED 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 


SURPLUS / (- DEFICIT) AFTER TAX, CROSS SUBSIDIES 

9 105 113 

- 18 249 397 

17 164 799 

- 20 789 220 

13 418 789 

3 914 898 

OTHER ADJUSTMENTS AND TRANSFERS 







DIVIDENDS PAID (Municipal Entities Only) 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

ASSET FINANCING RESERVE (AFR) 

354 324 

271 868 

2 620 583 

397 742 

306 110 

335 465 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX AFR 

- 

806 470 

806 470 

660 116 

541 192 

543 218 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX GOVT GRANTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX DONATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS 

- 

30 760 

30 760 

5 151 

4 402 

4 353 

SELF INSURANCE RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

REVALUATION RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OTHER 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE AFTER ADJUSTMENTS 

- 85 793 802 

- 88 909 152 

89 859 724 

- 99 333 581 

- 108 404 297 

- 116 922 055 

CHANGE TO UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS / (ACCUMULATED 
DEFICIT) 

9 459 437 

- 17 684 035 

18 948 152 

- 20 521 695 

13 179 305 

3 702 792 

LESS CAPITAL GRANTS RECOGNISED 

13 867 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

NET OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) 

9 473 304 

- 17 684 035 

18 948 152 

- 20 521 695 

13 179 305 

3 702 792 









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Operational Budget for the three financial years from 2015/16 until 2017/18 


Executive & Council / Executive & 
Council 

Actual 

2013/14 

R 

Original Budget 

2014/15 

R 

Adjusted Budget 

2014/15 

R 

Budget 

2015/16 

R 

Forecast 

2016/17 

R 

Forecast 

2017/18 

R 

REVENUE BY SOURCE 







PROPERTY RATES 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

PENALTIES IMPOSED & COLLECTION CHARGES ON RATES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

SERVICE CHARGES 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - TURNOVER 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - RENUMERATION 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

RENT OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTEREST EARNED - EXTERNAL INVESTMENTS 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

INTEREST EARNED - OUTSTANDING DEBTORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

FINES 

2 000 

- 

50 000 

- 

- 

- 

LICENSES & PERMITS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INCOME FOR AGENCY SERVICES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - OPERATING 

38 835 700 

46 062 200 

44 389 508 

57 496 402 

69 861 532 

84 886 311 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - CAPITAL 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

PUBLIC CONTRIBUTIONS &DONATIONS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OTHER REVENUE 

16 835 708 

7 104 

2 355 296 

6 927 

7 276 

7 785 

GAIN ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

55 673 408 

46 069 304 

46 794 804 

57 503 329 

69 868 808 

84 894 096 

LESS REVENUE FOREGONE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

55 673 408 

46 069 304 

46 794 804 

57 503 329 

69 868 808 

84 894 096 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 







INTEREST RECEIVED - INTERNAL LOANS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTERNAL RECOVERIES (Activity Based Costing) 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED - INTERNAL 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

55 673 408 

46 069 304 

46 794 804 

57 503 329 

69 868 808 

84 894 096 

OPERATING EXPENDITURE 







EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Wages & Salaries 

2 783 149 

2 966 096 

2 997 759 

3 256 009 

3 503 973 

3 784 290 

EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Social Contributions 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS CAPITALISED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS ALLOCATED TO OTHER OPERATING 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

ITEMS 







REMUNERATION OF COUNCILLORS 

- 17 087 587 

- 18 817 670 

18 711 270 

- 19 698 455 

- 21 175 838 

- 22 869 905 

BAD DEBTS 

1 901 086 

534 024 

534 024 

668 746 

705 527 

754 914 

COLLECTION COSTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRECIATION (GAMAP) 

478 408 

462 502 

462 502 

432 892 

346 385 

431 399 

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE - Municipal Assets 

176 647 

125 000 

142 500 

142 500 

151 050 

160 100 

INTEREST EXPENSE - EXTERNAL BORROWINGS 

33 117 

30 072 

30 072 

25 343 

19 888 

13 881 

BULK PURCHASES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 

4 656 

12 000 

12 000 

12 720 

13 483 

14 157 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES PAID (F4.2) 

- 

- 

- 

150 000 

150 000 

150 000 

GENERAL EXPENSES - OTHER 

- 14 160 630 

- 18 138 742 

18 422 521 

- 19 603 749 

20 568 353 

- 21 910 856 

LOSS ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

8 940 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO/(FROM) PROVISIONS 

- 10 370 604 

2 240 000 

2 240 000 

1 890 000 

1 980 000 

2 118 600 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 47 004 824 

- 43 326 106 

43 552 648 

- 45 880 414 

48 614 497 

- 52 208 102 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 







INTEREST - INTERNAL BORROWINGS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTERNAL CHARGES (Activity Based Costing) 

1 741 190 

1 976 493 

1 772 774 

1 771 394 

2 013 686 

1 816 573 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

1 741 190 

1 976 493 

1 772 774 

1 771 394 

2 013 686 

1 816 573 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 48 746 014 

- 45 302 599 

45 325 422 

- 47 651 808 

50 628 183 

- 54 024 675 

OPERA TING SURPL US / (DEFICIT) 

6 927 394 

766 705 

1 469 382 

9 851 521 

19 240 625 

30 869 421 

LESS TAX 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) AFTERTAX 

6 927 394 

766 705 

1 469 382 

9 851 521 

19 240 625 

30 869 421 

CROSS SUBSIDISATION 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

PLUS INTERESTS IN ENTERPRISES NOT WHOLLY OWNED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

SURPLUS / (- DEFICIT) AFTER TAX, CROSS SUBSIDIES 

6 927 394 

766 705 

1 469 382 

9 851 521 

19 240 625 

30 869 421 

OTHER ADJUSTMENTS AND TRANSFERS 







DIVIDENDS PAID (Municipal Entities Only) 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

ASSET FINANCING RESERVE (AFR) 

89 016 

62 258 

2 410 973 

87 795 

113 107 

92 127 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX AFR 

- 

324 103 

324 103 

339 427 

290 078 

374 428 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX GOVT GRANTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX DONATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS 

- 

1 916 

1 916 

1 607 

1 524 

1 473 

SELF INSURANCE RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

REVALUATION RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OTHER 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE AFTER ADJUSTMENTS 

- 48 835 030 

- 45 038 838 

47 410 376 

- 47 398 569 

50 449 688 

- 53 740 901 

CHANGE TO UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS / (ACCUMULATED 

6 838 378 

1 030 466 

615 572 

10 104 760 

19 419 120 

31 153 195 

DEFICIT) 







LESS CAPITAL GRANTS RECOGNISED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

NET OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) 

6 838 378 

1 030 466 

615 572 

10 104 760 

19 419 120 

31 153 195 









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Operational Budget for the three financial years from 2015/16 until 2017/18 


Executive & Council / Municipal 
Manager 

Actual 

2013/14 

R 

Original Budget 

2014/15 

R 

Adjusted Budget 

2014/15 

R 

Budget 

2015/16 

R 

Forecast 

2016/17 

R 

Forecast 

2017/18 

R 

REVENUE BY SOURCE 








PROPERTY RATES 

. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

PENALTIES IMPOSED & COLLECTION CHARGES ON RATES 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

SERVICE CHARGES 

. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - TURNOVER 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - RENUMERATION 

. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

RENT OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

INTEREST EARNED - EXTERNAL INVESTMENTS 

. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

INTEREST EARNED - OUTSTANDING DEBTORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED 

. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

FINES 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

LICENSES & PERMITS 

. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

INCOME FOR AGENCY SERVICES 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - OPERATING 

. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - CAPITAL 

13 867 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

PUBLIC CONTRIBUTIONS &DONATIONS 

- 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

OTHER REVENUE 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

GAIN ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

13 867 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LESS REVENUE FOREGONE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

13 867 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 








INTEREST RECEIVED - INTERNAL LOANS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

INTERNAL RECOVERIES (Activity Based Costing) 

20 647 090 

25 155 813 

24 116 768 

21 308 557 


25 356 184 

28 325 167 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED - INTERNAL 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

20 647 090 

25 155 813 

24 116 768 

21 308 557 

25 356 184 

28 325 167 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

20 660 957 

25 155 813 

24 116 768 

21 308 557 

25 356 184 

28 325 167 

OPERATING EXPENDITURE 








EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Wages & Salaries 

- 22 459 645 

- 25 965 538 

24 696 053 

- 33 025 629 

- 

37 960 472 

- 42 414 974 

EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Social Contributions 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS CAPITALISED 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS ALLOCATED TO OTHER OPERATING 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


_ 

_ 

ITEMS 








REMUNERATION OF COUNCILLORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

BAD DEBTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

COLLECTION COSTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DEPRECIATION (GAMAP) 

590 179 

652 489 

652 489 

555 392 

- 

41 1 702 

173 312 

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE - Municipal Assets 

358 701 

404 034 

429 332 

620 010 

- 

624 211 

628 664 

INTEREST EXPENSE - EXTERNAL BORROWINGS 

20 573 

48 500 

48 500 

48 500 

- 

48 500 

51 895 

BULK PURCHASES 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES PAID (F4.2) 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

GENERAL EXPENSES - OTHER 

- 1 1 700 052 

- 15 066 783 

14 954 070 

- 15 203 397 

- 

16 218 038 

- 17 178 242 

LOSS ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

8 305 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO/(FROM) PROVISIONS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 35 137 455 

- 42 137 344 

40 780 444 

- 49 452 928 

- 

55 262 923 

- 60 447 087 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 








INTEREST - INTERNAL BORROWINGS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

INTERNAL CHARGES (Activity Based Costing) 

1 556 008 

2 034 571 

1 970 505 

2 496 370 

- 

2 752 675 

2 662 399 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

1 556 008 

2 034 571 

1 970 505 

2 496 370 

2 752 675 

2 662 399 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 36 693 463 

- 44 171 915 

42 750 949 

- 51 949 298 

- 

58 015 598 

- 63 109 486 

OPERA TING SURPL US / (DEFICIT) 

- 16 032 506 

- 19 016 102 

18 634 181 

- 30 640 741 

- 

32 659 414 

- 34 784 319 

LESS TAX 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) AFTERTAX 

- 16 032 506 

- 19 016 102 

18 634 181 

- 30 640 741 

- 

32 659 414 

- 34 784 319 

CROSS SUBSIDISATION 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

PLUS INTERESTS IN ENTERPRISES NOT WHOLLY OWNED 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

SURPLUS / (- DEFICIT) AFTER TAX, CROSS SUBSIDIES 

- 16 032 506 

- 19 016 102 

18 634 181 

- 30 640 741 

- 

32 659 414 

- 34 784 319 

OTHER ADJUSTMENTS AND TRANSFERS 








DIVIDENDS PAID (Municipal Entities Only) 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

ASSET FINANCING RESERVE (AFR) 

265 308 

209 610 

209 610 

309 947 

- 

193 003 

243 338 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX AFR 

- 

482 367 

482 367 

320 689 


251 114 

168 790 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX GOVT GRANTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX DONATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS 

- 

28 844 

28 844 

3 544 


2 878 

2 880 

SELF INSURANCE RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

REVALUATION RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

OTHER 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE AFTER ADJUSTMENTS 

- 36 958 771 

- 43 870 314 

42 449 348 

- 51 935 012 

- 

57 954 609 

- 63 181 154 

CHANGE TO UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS / (ACCUMULATED 

- 16 297 814 

- 18 714 501 

18 332 580 

- 30 626 455 

- 

32 598 425 

- 34 855 987 

DEFICIT) 








LESS CAPITAL GRANTS RECOGNISED 

13 867 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

NET OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) 

- 16 311 681 

- 18 714 501 

18 332 580 

- 30 626 455 

r 

32 598 425 

- 34 855 987 









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CAPITAL BUDGET 2015/2016 - 2019/2020 


Function 

Program Name 

KPA 

Goals 

Objective 

KPI from IDP 

Targets from IDP 

New 

Sub 

NEW IDP 

CODE 

Cost 

Centre 

Proj No 

Proj Output 

Revised Deliverables 

Ward 

Concept 

N/R/C 

Adj Fund 

Concept 

Approved 

2015/2016 

Approved 

2016/2017 

Approved 

2017/2018 

Approved 

2018/2019 

Approved 

2019/2020 

COUNCIL 

GENERAL 

FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

GOOD GOVERNANCE 

AND PUBLIC 

PARTICIPATION 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

EQUIP ORGANAZATION TO 

ENHANCE SERVICE DELIVERY 

NUMBER OF CHAIRS 

REPLACED 

REPLACE 12X CHAIRS 
(COUNCIL CHAMBER) 

EX 

MC 

AGG1 

100 

1200003 

OFFICE FURNITURE 

REPLACE COUNCIL 

CHAMBER CHAIRS X10 

INST 

N 

CRR (REV) 

15 000 

40 000 

15 000 

20 000 

20 000 

COUNCIL 

GENERAL 

FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

GOOD GOVERNANCE 

AND PUBLIC 

PARTICIPATION 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

EQUIP ORGANAZATION TO 

ENHANCE SERVICE DELIVERY 

EQUIPMENT 

PURCHASED 

PURCHASE 1 FRIDGE 

AND IX MICROWAVE 



AGG1 

105 

1400129 

FURNITURE 8t OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

PURCHASE IX FRIDGE 

AND MICROWAVE 

INST 


CRR(REV) 

3 500 






FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

Total 
















18 500 

40 000 

15 000 

20 000 

20 000 

COUNCIL 

GENERAL 

VEHICLES 

GOOD GOVERNANCE 

AND PUBLIC 

PARTICIPATION 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

PROMOTE EFFECTIVE 

COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION 

NUMBER OF 

VEHICLE TO BE 

REPLACED 

REPLACE ONE VEHICLE 

EX 

MC 

AGG1 

100 

0008296 

EXECUTIVE SUPPORT 

VEHICLE 

REPLACE FCL544MP 

WITH HIGH RAISED 

VEHICLE 


R 

CRR 

850 000 






VEHICLES 

Total 
















850 000 





COUNCIL 

GENERAL 

Total 

















868 500 

40 000 

15 000 

20 000 

20 000 


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Internal Department: Communications 


Location of SDBIP 

www.stevetshwetelm.qov.za/treasurv.html 

Description of services 

Improved communication and an i ncrease in the levels of inter- 
departmental and inter-municipal communication and co-operation 
are considered critical success factors for the Steve T shwete Local 
Municipality. 


Furthermore, the Communications 
responsible for the following: 

Department is inte r alia 


• Provision of publicity for Council events. 

• Marketing of Council activities and services. 

• Management of Council newsletters. 

• Maintenance of media relations; co-ordination of events such as 
festivals, ceremonial functions, cultural occasions, campaigns, 
etc. 

• Foster inter-governmental relation with other g overnment 
departments. 

• Liaising with the national and provincial offices for any occasions 
that should be co-hosted by the municipality. 

• Submission of reports with recommendations to the M ayoral 
Committee. 

• Dealing with general public enquiries (telephonically, in writing 
and otherwise). 

• Management of customer suggestions and complaints system. 

• Liaison with other structures e.g. NGO’s, community based 
organizations and sta keholders. Re presenting Council at all 
relevant structures and formations e.g. Mpumalanga Tourism, 
communication of Council policies 

Senior management structure 

The Communications Department is mana ged by the 
Communications Manager, who repo rts directly to the Actin g 
Executive Corporate : Mr Jan Victor 

ALIGNMENT WITH IDP 

STRATEGIC GOAL: GOOD CO-OPERATIVE GOVERNANCE 

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE: To ensure effective community participation and interaction. 

OBJECTIVES 

STRATEGIES 

PROGRAMME NAME 

To strengthen communication with internal 
and external stakeholders 

Review of communication policy 

Submission of the 
communication policy to 
Council 


Engaging the media in 
communicating municipal activities 

Develop and implement a 
program of interacting with 
print, electronic and social 
media on municipal activities 


Engage government sectors to 
improve the municipal 
communication strategy 

Identify best practices to be 
learnt. 

Develop and implement a 
program to visit other 
municipalities. 


Communicate through social media 

Investigate and identify the 
predominant used social site 
that can be possibly be 


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utilized by the municipality. 

To market municipal programs and projects 

Develop a marketing policy 

Implement activities as 
captured in the policy 

To ensure proper coordination of all 
municipal events 

Successfully coordinate events 

Develop annual events 
calendar. 

To promote customer care. 

Maintain the hotline number. 

Strengthen awareness campaign. 

Conduct community 
satisfaction survey. 

Conduct Batho Pele training 
for Councilors and 
employees. 

To improve service delivery levels to the 
community. 

Implement the system for monitoring 
implementation of service standards. 

Improve customer satisfaction. 

Workshop departments on 
the expected level of service 
expected from them as per 
adopted service standards. 
Request monthly reports on 
implementation of service 
standards. 

Changes to service levels 

No changes to current service levels are expected over th e term 
covered by the medium revenue and expenditure framework. 

Summary of revenue and expenditure 

The detailed operating revenue by source, o perating and capital 
expenditure by type is attached in the schedules which follow. 

Capital programme 

The Communication Department does not have a capital programme over 
term covered by the medium term revenue and expenditure framework.. 


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CAPITAL BUDGET 2015/2016 - 2019/2020 


Function 

Program Name 

KPA 

Goals 

Objective 

KPI from IDP 

Targets from IDP 

New 

Sub 

NEW IDP 

CODE 

Cost 

Centre 

Proj No 

Proj Output 

Revised Deliverables 

Ward 

Concept 

N/R/C 

Adj Fund 

Concept 

Approved 

2015/2016 

Approved 

2016/2017 

Approved 

2017/2018 

Approved 

2018/2019 

Approved 

2019/2020 

COMMUNICATI 

ONS 

FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

GOOD GOVERNANCE 

AND PUBLIC 

PARTICIPATION 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

EQUIP ORGANAZATION TO 

ENHANCE SERVICE DELIVERY 

PURCHASED 

FURNITURE 

ONE TABLE AND DESK 

CHAIR 

CO 

OA 

AGC1 

121 

1200132 

FURNITURE & OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

ONE TABLE AND DESK 

CHAIR 

INST 

N 

CRR (REV) 


3 000 


3 000 



FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

Total 

















3 000 


3 000 


COMMUNICATI 

ONS 

PROMOTE 

MARKETING 

STRATEGY 

GOOD GOVERNANCE 

AND PUBLIC 

PARTICIPATION 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

STRENGTHEN 

COMMUNICATION TO 

STAKEHOLDERS 

PURCHASED 

CAMARA KIT 

REPLACE IX 
CAMERA/VIDEO KIT IN 
OUTER YEARS 

CO 

OA 

AGC1 

121 

1400126 

PURCHASE CAMERA 

KIT 


INST 

N 

CRR (REV) 



20 000 



COMMUNICATI 

ONS 

PROMOTE 

MARKETING 

STRATEGY 

GOOD GOVERNANCE 

AND PUBLIC 

PARTICIPATION 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

STRENGTHEN 

COMMUNICATION TO 

STAKEHOLDERS 

PURCHASE 

ENTRANCE BOARD 

PURCHASE MUNICIPAL 

ENTRANCE BOARD FOR 

BRANDING 

CO 

OA 

AGC1 

121 

1500066 

PURCHASE OF 

MUNICIPAL STALL 

PURCHASE MUNICIPAL 

ENTRANCE BOARD FOR 

BRANDING 

INST 

N 

CRR (REV) 


80 000 

80 000 

80 000 

80 000 


PROMOTE 

MARKETING 

STRATEGY 

Total 

















80 000 

100 000 

80 000 

80 000 

COMMUNICATI 

ONS 

Total 


















83 000 

100 000 

83 000 

80 000 


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Operational Budget for the three financial years from 2015/16 until 2017/18 



Actual 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Budget 

Forecast 

Forecast 

Budget & Treasury Office/Total 

2013/14 

2014/15 

2014/15 

2015/16 

2016/17 

2017/18 


R 

R 

R 

R 

R 

R 

REVENUE BY SOURCE 







PROPERTY RATES 

264 425 808 

272 882 246 

278 807 712 

301 305 502 

316 055 776 

326 327 590 

PENALTIES IMPOSED & COLLECTION CHARGES ON RATES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

SERVICE CHARGES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - TURNOVER 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - RENUMERATION 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

RENT OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTEREST EARNED - EXTERNAL INVESTMENTS 

22 475 654 

20 693 700 

21 469 319 

21 381 260 

21 981 300 

23 271 991 

INTEREST EARNED - OUTSTANDING DEBTORS 

1 331 609 

771 569 

1 083 996 

1 115 350 

1 171 117 

1 229 600 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

FINES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LICENSES & PERMITS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INCOME FOR AGENCY SERVICES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - OPERATING 

12 005 167 

12 847 446 

12 872 165 

13 952 326 

15 955 750 

16 048 663 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - CAPITAL 

70 000 

834 000 

400 000 

- 

- 

- 

PUBLIC CONTRIBUTIONS &DONATIONS 

- 

1 050 000 

1 050 000 

1 040 000 

567 000 

- 

OTHER REVENUE 

902 229 

1 002 604 

972 604 

959 343 

1 003 735 

1 057 648 

GAIN ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

91 307 

150 000 

800 000 

150 000 

150 000 

150 000 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

301 301 775 

310 231 565 

317 455 796 

339 903 781 

356 884 678 

368 085 492 

LESS REVENUE FOREGONE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

301 301 775 

310 231 565 

317 455 796 

339 903 781 

356 884 678 

368 085 492 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 







INTEREST RECEIVED - INTERNAL LOANS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTERNAL RECOVERIES (Activity Based Costing) 

23 643 101 

26 204 345 

26 314 005 

23 033 158 

24 742 234 

26 591 263 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED - INTERNAL 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

23 643 101 

26 204 345 

26 314 005 

23 033 158 

24 742 234 

26 591 263 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

324 944 876 

336 435 910 

343 769 801 

362 936 939 

381 626 912 

394 676 755 

OPERATING EXPENDITURE 







EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Wages & Salaries 

- 22 750 729 

- 25 884 538 

24 899 400 

- 27 732 158 

- 30 530 182 

- 33 391 883 

EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Social Contributions 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS CAPITALISED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS ALLOCATED TO OTHER OPERATING 
ITEMS 







REMUNERATION OF COUNCILLORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

BAD DEBTS 

168 908 

2 475 770 

2 475 770 

2 723 350 

3 084 100 

3 299 987 

COLLECTION COSTS 

248 954 

295 000 

295 000 

309 000 

326 500 

349 355 

DEPRECIATION (GAMAP) 

365 818 

413 662 

413 662 

444 763 

412 190 

409 120 

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE - Municipal Assets 

123 979 

472 215 

332 215 

425 118 

436 080 

450 386 

INTEREST EXPENSE - EXTERNAL BORROWINGS 

447 

2 500 

2 500 

2 500 

2 500 

2 675 

BULK PURCHASES 

2 263 

5 364 

74 100 

75 533 

77 730 

79 850 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 

2 863 643 

4 114 564 

4 114 564 

4 290 083 

4 512 388 

4 831 055 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES PAID (F4.2) 

- 14 683 154 

- 15 839 246 

16 413 965 

- 17 351 726 

- 18670 110 

- 20 013 733 

GENERAL EXPENSES - OTHER 

- 12 366 838 

- 14 124 658 

14 508 677 

- 15 412 372 

- 17 400 860 

- 17 469 281 

LOSS ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

1 1 033 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO/(FROM) PROVISIONS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 53 247 950 

- 63 627 517 

63 529 853 

- 68 766 603 

75 452 640 

- 80 297 325 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 







INTEREST - INTERNAL BORROWINGS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTERNAL CHARGES (Activity Based Costing) 

- 15 030 409 

- 16 759 502 

16 776 694 

- 15 080 007 

16 215 755 

- 17 314 747 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 15 030 409 

- 16 759 502 

16 776 694 

- 15 080 007 

16 215 755 

- 17 314 747 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 68 278 359 

- 80 387 019 

80 306 547 

- 83 846 610 

91 668 395 

- 97 612 072 

OPERA TING SURPL US / (DEFICIT) 

256 666 517 

256 048 891 

263 463 254 

279 090 329 

289 958 517 

297 064 683 

LESS TAX 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) AFTERTAX 

256 666 517 

256 048 891 

263 463 254 

279 090 329 

289 958 517 

297 064 683 

CROSS SUBSIDISATION 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

PLUS INTERESTS IN ENTERPRISES NOT WHOLLY OWNED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

SURPLUS / (- DEFICIT) AFTER TAX, CROSS SUBSIDIES 

256 666 517 

256 048 891 

263 463 254 

279 090 329 

289 958 517 

297 064 683 

OTHER ADJUSTMENTS AND TRANSFERS 







DIVIDENDS PAID (Municipal Entities Only) 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

ASSET FINANCING RESERVE (AFR) 

- 16 719 271 

- 15 020 190 

15 702 190 

- 15 363 244 

- 15 846 694 

- 16 890 981 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX AFR 

- 

335 445 

335 445 

288 817 

266 466 

266 279 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX GOVT GRANTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX DONATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS 

- 

7 986 

7 986 

132 821 

132 409 

132 403 

SELF INSURANCE RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

REVALUATION RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OTHER 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE AFTER ADJUSTMENTS 

- 84 997 630 

- 95 063 778 

95 665 306 

- 98 788 216 

- 107 116 214 

- 114 104 371 

CHANGE TO UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS / (ACCUMULATED 
DEFICIT) 

239 947 246 

241 372 132 

248 104 495 

264 148 723 

274 510 698 

280 572 384 

LESS CAPITAL GRANTS RECOGNISED 

70 000 

834 000 

400 000 

- 

- 

- 


- 

1 050 000 

1 050 000 

1 040 000 

567 000 

- 

NET OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) 

239 877 246 

239 488 132 

246 654 495 

263 108 723 

273 943 698 

280 572 384 









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Internal Department: Finance 


Location of SDBIP 

www.stevetshwetelm.qov.za/treasurv.html 

Description of services 

The Steve Tshwete Local Municipality is fully complying with the aim of e nsuring 
sound financial governance. The Finance Department strives to ma intain a high 
payment rate, in order to sustain the high levels of service delivery, and also to 
sufficiently provide the necessary indigent support. 

Senior management structure 

The Finance Department is managed by the Executive Director Financial services, 
who is also the Chief Financial Officer, with the assistance of the Deputy Director 
Financial services, followed by four divisions, each with a divisi onal manager, 
namely the Budget Office, A nnual Financial Statements & Assets, Treasury Office 
and Supply Chain Unit. 

ALIGNMENT WITH IDP 

STRATEGIC GOAL: FINANCIAL VIABILITY 

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE: To continue with accountable and developmental orientated monetary management to 

sustain a sound fiduciary position. 

OBJECTIVES 

STRATEGIES 

PROGRAMME/ACTIVITY 

To ensure that all the properties within the 
municipal areas are valued for rating 

Compile maintain general valuation roll. 

Compile 2013/2017 
valuations roll. Compile 
Supplementary annual 
valuation roll. 

To Provide effective service regarding valuation 
of immovable properties for other. 

Provide valuation on ad hoc basis. 

Analyze and assess 
requests. Conduct valuations 
on request received from 
other departments. 


Monthly bill and posting of accounts to consumers. 

Monthly meter reading and 
deviation lists. 


Prompt receipting and banking of all rates, fees and 
charges at accessible facilities. 

Balancing of daily receipts 
and prepares banking. 


Monthly implementation and adherence to credit 
control policy and procedures to remain efficient and 
effective. 

Disconnection of services. 
Manage and control 
outstanding debt accounts 
-Organs of state. Institute 
legal actions and consistently 
apply strict credit control 
measures. 


Regular revision of the credit control and debt 
collection policy. 

Exercise control: 

Debtors to revenue ratio: 

Debtors payment rate: 

Debtors turnover rate: 

Outstanding debtors > 150days 

Debt and cost coverage ratio. 

Annual revision with budget 
related policies and conduct 
public information sessions 
with the tabled budget. 

To maintain and upgrade the existing financial 
operations and procedures to provide an 
efficient functionality. 

Institute controls procedures, policies, and by-laws 
to regulate fair just and transparent transactions. 

Review policies, by-laws 
internal controls annually. 

To monitor and prevent unauthorized, irregular, 
fruitless & wasteful expenditure. 

Institute controls and procedures to monitor and 
prevent unauthorized, irregular, fruitless & wasteful 
expenditure 

Annual review of budget 
policy. Investigate and report 
all irregular, fruitless and 
wasteful expenditure to 

MPAC. Adherence to SCM 
policies. 

To apply a Strategic Risk Management 

Program for Council. 

Arrange annual risk identification and assessment 
workshop. 

Identify and prioritize key 
strategic risks. 


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ALIGNMENT WITH IDP 

STRATEGIC GOAL: FINANCIAL VIABILITY 

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE: To continue with accountable and developmental orientated monetary management to 
sustain a sound fiduciary position. 

OBJECTIVES 

STRATEGIES 

PROGRAMME/ACTIVITY 


Prepare a risk register and apply risk register and 
apply risk controls through strategies identified. 

Ad Hoc projects as identified 
with risk assessment. 

Three year risk based rolling 
audit plan for 2012/2013 to 
2014/2015. 

Establish risk committee and 
risk officers. 

To ensure compliance with prescribed 
accounting standards. 

All gazetted accounting standards implemented 

Implement applicable 
accounting standards as 
promulgated by ASB and 
approved by the Accountant 
General. 

To maintain the clean audit status 


Implement new National 
Treasury Chart of accounts. 
Develop system to prepare 
interim financial statements. 

To ensure compliance with budget and 
reporting regulation. 

Ensure budget process and format is in compliance 
with budget and reporting regulations. 

Involve and task Budget 
Steering committee. Prepare 
procedures and policy in line 
with regulation. 

Regular reporting and 
verification according to 
regulation: Monthly and 
quarterly reporting. 

Mid-year assessment. 

To comply with the municipal regulation on 
minimum competency level. 

Ensure level of compliance to municipal regulation 
on minimum competency level. As promulgated. 

Conduct accredited skills 
training as per municipal mini 
mum competency 
regulations. 

To fully comply with Supply Chain Regulation 
and National Treasury Guide on procurement 
processes. 

Align tender and order conditions with MBD forms 
and supply chain regulations. 

Dissemination of information on municipal tender 
proceedings. 

Provide separately on Suppliers database for 

SMME suppliers. 

Regular updating of tender 
and order documents in line 
with treasury and CIBD 
requirements. 

Quarterly reporting as 
prescribed in terms of supply 
chain regulations. 

Annual advertisement for 
enlistment for service 
providers. 

Updating of existing 

Suppliers information on 
database. 

To alleviate poverty to improve quality of 
household life. 

Investigate and advise on poor households to 
participate in indigent support program. 

Continuous update of 
indigent register. 


Utilization of equitable share to support Indigent 
Households. 

New innovations to extend 
indigent support programme 
Annual review of Indigent 
policy. 


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ALIGNMENT WITH IDP 

STRATEGIC GOAL: FINANCIAL VIABILITY 

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE: To render an efficient, effective and responsive consumer service to the community. 

OBJECTIVES 

STRATEGIES 

PROGRAMME/ACTIVITY 

To extend service delivery to the community. 

Provide accessible pay-point facilities for 
community. 

Implement and maintain pay- 
point facilities at variou s 
convenience places. 

Establish self help counter 
and new cashier cubicles. 

To extend service delivery to the community. 

Provide accessible pay-point facilities for 
community. 

Implement and maintain pay- 
point facilities at various 
convenience places. 

Establish self help counter 
and new cashier cubicles. 

To ensure efficient, effective cash flow 
management. 

Have sufficient working capital continuously 
available. 

Ensure all sources of funding and application of 
funds are in line with the approved budget. 

Utilize available financial resources towards projects 
as identified in the IDP. 

Monthly cash flow monitoring 
and control. 

Assist with funding 
applications to stakeholders, 
new DORA grants ect. 

Establish tariff structure to 
increase internal reserves for 
infrastructural demands 

Obtain borrowings and 
repayment according to 
affordability and capital 
requirements. 

Ensure that capital projects 
emanating from IDP’s 

ALIGNMENT WITH IDP 

STRATEGIC GOAL: FINANCIAL VIABILITY 

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE: To manage and maintain all assets pursuant to complying with GRAP 17. 

OBJECTIVES 

STRATEGIES 

PROGRAMME/ACTIVITY 

To manage, control and maintain all assets of 
the municipality. 

Increase budget provision for asset maintenance 
over their economic lifespan. 

Implement a proper asset management system with 
fixed asset register. 

Program for replacement and renewal of 
depreciated assets with remaining economical life of 
less than 5 years. 

Reduce stock losses 

Annually increase provision 
for repair and maintenance 
as per asset management 
guidelines 

Implement asset 
management systems in line 
with accounting standards 

Perform an annual survey of 
all assets in conjunction with 
other departments. 

Compile and regularly review 
asset management policy as 
budget related policy. 

Quarterly and annual stock 
takes. 

Review stock procedures and 
internal controls. 


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Changes to service levels 

No changes to current service levels are expected over the term cover ed by the 
medium revenue and expenditure framework. 

Summary of revenue and expenditure 

The detailed operating revenue by source, operating and capital expenditure by 
type, is attached in the schedules which follow. 

Capital programme 

The five year capital programme is attach ed. The full d etail is contained in the 
SDBIP document. 

Key capital expenditure include: 

R0,3 - million for finance 

R0,2 - furniture and equipment 

The capital programme for the Fin ance Department amounts to R 0.5-million and 
represents 0.2% oftheove rail capital programme ofthemun icipality forth e 
2015/2016 financial year. 


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CAPITAL BUDGET 2015/2016 - 2019/2020 


Function 

Program Name 

KPA 

Goals 

Objective 

KPI from IDP 

Targets from IDP 

New 

Sub 

NEW IDP 

CODE 

Cost 

Centre 

Proj No 

Proj Output 

Revised Deliverables 

Ward 

Concept 

N/R/C 

Adj Fund 

Concept 

Approved 

2015/2016 

Approved 

2016/2017 

Approved 

2017/2018 

Approved 

2018/2019 

Approved 

2019/2020 

FINANCE 

FINANCE 

FINANCIAL 

MANAGEMENT AND 

VIABILITY 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

EXTEND SERVICE DELIVERY TO 

COMMUNITY 

NUMBER OF NEW 

PAY FACILITIES 

CREATED 

3 NEW FACILITIES 

CREATED. 

CO 

OA 

CFV1 

205 

0900166 

AFTER HOUR 

VENDING EQUIPMENT 

1 NEW AFTERHOURS 

RECEIPTERS S 3 
MODEMS (KANONKOP, 
MHLUZI, EASTDENE) 


N 

CRR (REV) 


35 000 

35 000 

35 000 

35 000 

FINANCE 

FINANCE 

FINANCIAL 

MANAGEMENT AND 

VIABILITY 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

EQUIP ORGANIZATION IN 

ORDER TO ENHANCE SERVICE 

DELIVERY 

REPLACED 

FINANCIAL SERVER 

REPLACE ONE 

FINANCIAL SERVER 

CO 

OA 

CFV1 

205 

1500048 

REPLACE FINANCIAL 

SERVER 



R 

CRR 


450 000 




FINANCE 

FINANCE 

FINANCIAL 

MANAGEMENT AND 

VIABILITY 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

CONTROL AND MAINTAIN 

ASSETS 

NUMBER OF PUMPS 

UPGRADED 

UPGRADE 4 PUMPS 

CO 

OA 

CFV1 

230 

0008341 

UPGRADE S 

REFURBISH PETROL 

PUMPS 



R 

CRR 




400 000 


FINANCE 

FINANCE 

FINANCIAL 

MANAGEMENT AND 

VIABILITY 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

EQUIP ORGANIZATION IN 

ORDER TO ENHANCE SERVICE 

DELIVERY 

METERS OF FENCED 

REPLACED 

190 METERS OF FENCE 

REPLACED 

CO 

OA 

CFV1 

230 

1200038 

FENCING AROUND 

PETROL DEPOT 


INST 

N 

CRR 



285 000 



FINANCE 

FINANCE 

FINANCIAL 

MANAGEMENT AND 

VIABILITY 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

EQUIP ORGANIZATION IN 

ORDER TO ENHANCE SERVICE 

DELIVERY 

REPLACED VEHICLE 

1 * BULK FILLING AND 

REPLACE 2 CHAIRS 

CO 

OA 

CFV1 

230 

1500076 

REPLACE VEHICLE 

REPLACE CJM292M 
(2000 MODEL) 


R 

CRR 

275 000 



250 000 



FINANCE 

Total 
















275 000 

485 000 

320 000 

685 000 

35 000 

FINANCE 

FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

FINANCIAL 

MANAGEMENT AND 

VIABILITY 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELL BEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

EQUIP ORGANIZATION IN 

ORDER TO ENHANCE SERVICE 

DELIVERY 

NUMBER OF 

FURNITURE 

PURCHASED 

5 BULK FILLING 
CABINETS, REPLACE 

HIGH BACK CHAIRS 

BT 

BT 

CFV1 

200 

1000282 

OFFICE EQUIPMENTS 

FURNITURE 

5 BULK FILLING 
CABINETS, REPLACE 

HIGH BACK CHAIRS 


R 

CRR (REV) 

70 000 

70 000 

70 000 

70 000 

70 000 

FINANCE 

FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

FINANCIAL 

MANAGEMENT AND 

VIABILITY 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

EQUIP ORGANIZATION IN 

ORDER TO ENHANCE SERVICE 

DELIVERY 

BULK FILLING 

CABINET 

PURCHASED 

ONE BULK FILLING 

CABINET 

BT 

BT 

CFV1 

200 

1500050 

BULK FILLING CABINET 



N 

CRR (REV) 


80 000 



80 000 

FINANCE 

FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

FINANCIAL 

MANAGEMENT AND 

VIABILITY 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

EQUIP ORGANIZATION IN 

ORDER TO ENHANCE SERVICE 

DELIVERY 

PURCHASED 

FURNITURE 

1 * BULK FILLING AND 

REPLACE 2 CHAIRS 

CO 

OA 

CFV1 

230 

0900260 

FURNITURES OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

1 * BULK FILLING AND 

REPLACE 2 CHAIRS 

NONE 

N 

CRR (REV) 

80 000 

30 000 

30 000 

30 000 

30 000 

FINANCE 

FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

FINANCIAL 

MANAGEMENT AND 

VIABILITY 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

EQUIP ORGANIZATION IN 

ORDER TO ENHANCE SERVICE 

DELIVERY 

NUMBER OF 

SHELVES 

PURCHASED 

32 M SHELVES FOR 

PAINT STORE 

CO 

OA 

CFV1 

230 

1600014 

SHELVES 

32 M SHELVES FOR 

PAINT STORE 

NONE 

N 

CRR (REV) 

40 000 






FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

Total 
















190 000 

180 000 

100 000 

100 000 

180 000 

FINANCE 

ICT EQUIPMENT 

& SOFTWARE 

FINANCIAL 

MANAGEMENT AND 

VIABILITY 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELL BEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

EQUIP ORGANIZATION IN 

ORDER TO ENHANCE SERVICE 

DELIVERY 

NUMBER OF CARD 

READERS 

PURCHASED 

5 READERS/SCANNERS 
PURCHASED 

CO 

OA 

CFV1 

205 

1300027 

CARD READERS/ 
SCANNERS 



N 

CRR (REV) 


25 000 


25 000 



ICT EQUIPMENT 

& SOFTWARE 

Total 

















25 000 


25 000 


FINANCE 

SAFEGUARD 

MUNICIPAL 

ASSETS 

FINANCIAL 

MANAGEMENT AND 

VIABILITY 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

ENSURE SAFETY AND 

SECURITY AT PAYPOINT 

FACILITIES 

PROCURE TWO 

CCTV SECURITY 

SYSTEMS 

CCTV FOR NASARET, 

VAN CALDER, 

BT 

BT 

CFV1 

200 

1300091 

INSTALLATION OF 

ALARM SYSTEM 

CCTV FOR NASARET, 

VAN CALDER, 

INST 


CRR (REV) 

50 000 

50 000 

80 000 

40 000 

50 000 


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CAPITAL BUDGET 2015/2016 - 2019/2020 


Function 

Program Name 

KPA 

Goals 

Objective 

KPI from IDP 

Targets from IDP 

New 

Sub 

NEW IDP 

CODE 

Cost 

Centre 

Proj No 

Proj Output 

Revised Deliverables 

Ward 

Concept 

N/R/C 

Adj Fund 

Concept 

Approved 

2015/2016 

Approved 

2016/2017 

Approved 

2017/2018 

Approved 

2018/2019 

Approved 

2019/2020 


SAFEGUARD 

MUNICIPAL 

ASSETS 

Total 
















50 000 

50 000 

80 000 

40 000 

50 000 

FINANCE 

VEHICLES 

FINANCIAL 

MANAGEMENT AND 

VIABILITY 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELL BEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

EQUIP ORGANIZATION IN 

ORDER TO ENHANCE SERVICE 

DELIVERY 

VEHICLE REPLACED 

REPLACE ONE VEHICLE 

BT 

BT 

CFV1 

200 

1300060 

REPLACE VEHICLE 



R 

CRR 





220 000 


VEHICLES 

Total 




















220 000 

FINANCE 

Total 

















515 000 

740 000 

500 000 

850 000 

485 000 


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Operational Budget for the three financial years from 2015/16 until 2017/18 



Actual 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Budget 


Forecast 

Forecast 

Community Services / Total 

2013/14 

2014/15 

2014/15 

2015/16 


2016/17 

2017/18 


R 

R 

R 

R 


R 

R 

REVENUE BY SOURCE 








PROPERTY RATES 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

PENALTIES IMPOSED & COLLECTION CHARGES ON RATES 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

SERVICE CHARGES 

. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - TURNOVER 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - RENUMERATION 

. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

RENT OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 

924 474 

936 485 

936 485 

969 430 


1 029 850 

1 094 764 

INTEREST EARNED - EXTERNAL INVESTMENTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

INTEREST EARNED - OUTSTANDING DEBTORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

FINES 

10 473 

12 500 

12 500 

10 500 


10 800 

11 300 

LICENSES & PERMITS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

INCOME FOR AGENCY SERVICES 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - OPERATING 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - CAPITAL 

5 569 998 

3 500 000 

1 849 300 

3 000 000 


6 000 000 

8 000 000 

PUBLIC CONTRIBUTIONS &DONATIONS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

OTHER REVENUE 

549 593 

462 036 

463 616 

513 628 


537 817 

563 239 

GAIN ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

7 054 538 

4 911 021 

3 261 901 

4 493 558 

7 578 467 

9 669 303 

LESS REVENUE FOREGONE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

7 054 538 

4 911 021 

3 261 901 

4 493 558 

7 578 467 

9 669 303 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 








INTEREST RECEIVED - INTERNAL LOANS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

INTERNAL RECOVERIES (Activity Based Costing) 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED - INTERNAL 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

7 054 538 

4 911 021 

3 261 901 

4 493 558 

7 578 467 

9 669 303 

OPERATING EXPENDITURE 








EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Wages & Salaries 

- 14 592 124 

- 15 049 109 

15 216 293 

- 18 031 776 

- 

19 469 815 

- 20 864 629 

EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Social Contributions 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS CAPITALISED 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS ALLOCATED TO OTHER OPERATING 
ITEMS 








REMUNERATION OF COUNCILLORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

BAD DEBTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

COLLECTION COSTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DEPRECIATION (GAMAP) 

7 216 038 

8 330 941 

8 330 941 

7 452 992 

- 

7 338 477 

7 149 056 

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE - Municipal Assets 

1 277 924 

1216 128 

1 510 848 

1 499 614 

- 

1 570 710 

1 665 668 

INTEREST EXPENSE - EXTERNAL BORROWINGS 

11913 

224 262 

224 262 

8 056 

- 

281 400 

543 587 

BULK PURCHASES 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 

950 292 

985 375 

1 015 000 

1 085 020 

- 

1 138 271 

1 194 100 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES PAID (F4.2) 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

GENERAL EXPENSES - OTHER 

4 103 058 

5 705 140 

6 375 824 

7 807 210 

- 

9 884 289 

8 456 896 

LOSS ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

153 389 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO/(FROM) PROVISIONS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 28 304 740 

- 31 510 955 

32 673 168 

- 35 884 668 

- 

39 682 962 

- 39 873 936 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 








INTEREST - INTERNAL BORROWINGS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

INTERNAL CHARGES (Activity Based Costing) 

2 994 209 

3 548 920 

3 550 677 

2 900 577 

- 

3 199 678 

3 410 028 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

2 994 209 

3 548 920 

3 550 677 

2 900 577 

- 

3 199 678 

3 410 028 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 31 298 949 

- 35 059 875 

36 223 845 

- 38 785 245 

- 

42 882 640 

- 43 283 964 

OPERA TING SURPL US / (DEFICIT) 

- 24 244 411 

- 30 148 854 

32 961 944 

- 34 291 687 

- 

35 304 173 

- 33 614 661 

LESS TAX 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) AFTERTAX 

- 24 244 411 

- 30 148 854 

32 961 944 

- 34 291 687 

- 

35 304 173 

- 33 614 661 

CROSS SUBSIDISATION 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

PLUS INTERESTS IN ENTERPRISES NOT WHOLLY OWNED 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

SURPLUS / (- DEFICIT) AFTER TAX, CROSS SUBSIDIES 

- 24 244 411 

- 30 148 854 

32 961 944 

- 34 291 687 

- 

35 304 173 

- 33 614 661 

OTHER ADJUSTMENTS AND TRANSFERS 








DIVIDENDS PAID (Municipal Entities Only) 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

ASSET FINANCING RESERVE (AFR) 

1 495 056 

1 750 992 

1 750 992 

2 110 066 

- 

2 105 403 

2 300 667 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX AFR 

- 

7 519 699 

7 519 699 

6 843 459 


6 567 799 

6 172 544 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX GOVT GRANTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX DONATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS 

- 

670 572 

670 572 

572 293 


672 749 

796 597 

SELF INSURANCE RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

REVALUATION RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

OTHER 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE AFTER ADJUSTMENTS 

- 32 794 005 

- 28 620 596 

29 784 566 

- 33 479 559 

- 

37 747 495 

- 38 615 490 

CHANGE TO UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS / (ACCUMULATED 
DEFICIT) 

- 25 739 467 

- 23 709 575 

26 522 665 

- 28 986 001 

" 

30 169 028 

- 28 946 187 

LESS CAPITAL GRANTS RECOGNISED 

5 569 998 

3 500 000 

1 849 300 

3 000 000 

" 

6 000 000 

8 000 000 

NET OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) 

- 31 309 465 

- 27 209 575 

28 371 965 

- 31 986 001 

- 

36 169 028 

- 36 946 187 









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Internal Department: Legal & Administration 


Location of SDBIP 

www.stevetshwetelm.qov.za/treasurv.html 

Description of services 

The Department of Legal and Administration is fully complying with the aim 
of ensuring Good Governance and Public Participation. The Legal & 
Administration department provides support services to Council, Mayoral 
Administration and all other departments within the mu nicipality. This 
Department will the refore continue to provid e a hig h quality of 
administrative support and to ensure legal compliance. 

Senior management structure 

The Department is headed by the Director : Legal & Administration with 
the assistance of the following Managers: 

1) Legal 

2) Administration 

The Legal & Administration De partment resides in the Di rectorate 
Corporate Services, which is headed by the Executive Director Corporate 
Services. This position is currently vacant. 

ALIGNMENT WITH IDP 

STRATEGIC GOAL: GOOD GOVERNANCE AND PUBLIC PARTICIPATION 

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES: To provide support for the provision of services of the highest possible standards to 

the satisfaction of the residents. 

OBJECTIVES 

STRATEGIES 

PROGRAMME / ACTIVITY 

To render effective secretariat services. 

Promoting institutional efficiency. 

Submission of annual schedule 
on dates 

Provision of secretari at services 
to council, mayoral committee 
and portfolio committee. 

To maintain prop er Records Management 
Systems 

Maintaining the implementation of R ecords 
Management Policy. 

Annual review of the file plan. 

Report submitted on m onitoring 
income and outgoing 

correspondence. 

To improve legal compliance 

Monitoring of legal compliance. 

Conduct compliance audit with 
the King III report. 

To promote good co-operate governance 

Assessing the compliance of the current systems, 
controls, processes, structures with King III. 

Continuously review the 

Delegations of Authority, Roles 
and Responsibilities. Submit 
reports on the implementation of 
delegation of authority, role and 
responsibilities and ad herence 
and adherence to li nes of 
communication. 

To implement a fraud prevention plan and 
policy 

Conscientise staff with the contents of the plan. 

Implement activities as captured 
in the fraud prevention plan and 
policy. 

Changes to service levels 

No changes to current service levels are expected over the term covered by 
the medium term revenue and expenditure framework. 

Summary of revenue and expenditure 

The detailed operating revenue by source, operating and capital expenditure 
by type is attached in the schedules which follow. 

Capital programme 

The five year capital programme is attached. The full detail is contained in the SDBIP 
document. 

Key capital expenditure includes: 

RO. 3-million for proper records management 

The capital programme of the 1 egal & ad ministration amounts to R 0.5-million and 
represent 0.02% oftheov erall capital programme of the munic ipality for the 
2015/2016 financial year. 


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CAPITAL BUDGET 2015/2016 - 2019/2020 


Function 

Program Name 

KPA 

Goals 

Objective 

KPI from IDP 

Targets from IDP 

New 

Sub 

NEW IDP 

CODE 

Cost 

Centre 

Proj No 

Proj Output 

Revised Deliverables 

Ward 

Concept 

N/R/C 

Adj Fund 

Concept 

Approved 

2015/2016 

Approved 

2016/2017 

Approved 

2017/2018 

Approved 

2018/2019 

Approved 

2019/2020 

CORPORATE 

SERVICES 

FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

GOOD GOVERNANCE 

AND PUBLIC 

PARTICIPATION 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

EQUIP ORGANAZATION TO 

ENHANCE SERVICE DELIVERY 

NUMBER OF 

FURNITURE 

PURCHASE 

2 HIGH BACK CHAIRS & 

4 LOW BACK CHAIRS 
(DIRECTOR: 
L&A)(DIRECTOR: C&SL) 

EX 

MM 

AGG1 

120 

1000155 

FURNITURE 

2 HIGH BACK CHAIRS & 

4 LOW BACK CHAIRS 
(DIRECTOR: 
L&A)(DIRECTOR: C&SL) 

INST 

R 

CRR (REV) 

3 000 

15 000 

3 000 

15 000 

3 000 


FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

Total 
















3 000 

15 000 

3 000 

15 000 

3 000 

CORPORATE 

SERVICES 

PROPER 

RECORDS 

MANAGEMENT 

GOOD GOVERNANCE 

AND PUBLIC 

PARTICIPATION 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

EQUIP ORGANAZATION TO 

ENHANCE SERVICE DELIVERY 

NUMBER OF BULK 

FILERS 

ONE BULK FILER FOR 

RECORDS OFFICE & 

TWO FOR CONTRACT 
MANAGEMENT (LEGAL) 

EX 

MM 

AGG1 

120 

1000118 

BULK FILING CABINETS 

ONE BULK FILER FOR 

RECORDS OFFICE & 

TWO FOR CONTRACT 
MANAGEMENT (LEGAL) 

INST 

N 

CRR (REV) 

125 000 

75 000 

130 000 

80 000 

135 000 


PROPER 

RECORDS 

MANAGEMENT 

Total 
















125 000 

75 000 

130 000 

80 000 

135 000 

CORPORATE 

SERVICES 

VEHICLES 

GOOD GOVERNANCE 

AND PUBLIC 

PARTICIPATION 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

EQUIP ORGANAZATION TO 

ENHANCE SERVICE DELIVERY 

REPLACED VEHICLE 

REPLACE TWO VEHICLES 

IN THE OUTER YEARS 

EX 

MM 

AGG1 

120 

1400119 

REPLACE VEHICLE 

REPLACE TWO VEHICLES 

IN THE OUTER YEARS 

INST 

R 

CRR 


275 000 

200 000 




VEHICLES 

Total 

















275 000 

200 000 



CORPORATE 

SERVICES 

Total 

















128 000 

365 000 

333 000 

95 000 

138 000 


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Internal Department: Property and Valuation Services 


Location of SDBIP 

www.stevetshwetelm.qov.za/treasurv.html 

Description of services 

The municipality ensures the proper & accurate valuation of all the properties 
within its m unicipal boundaries. T he municipality needs to com pile and 
maintain a v aluation roll in accordance with the im plementation of the 
Municipal Property Rates Act. 


The valuation of property is aimed at providing a comprehensive fair and 
uniform base for the levying of property rates. 


The compilation of the 3 rd supplementary valuation roll for the 20 13/2017 
general valuation roll have been completed and su bmitted on 3 0 January 
2015. 

Senior management structure 

The Property &Valuation Services Department is hea ded by the Dir ector 
Property and Valuation Services and resides within the Corporate Services 
Directorate, which is headed by the Executive Director Corporate Services. 

ALIGNMENT WITH IDP 

STRATEGIC GOAL:GOOD CORPORATE GOVERNANCE 

OBJECTIVES 

STRATEGIES 

PROGRAMME / ACTIVITY 

To ensure that all properties within the 
municipal area are valued for rating 
purposes. 

Maintain the existing valuation roll. 

Submit general valuation rol on 4 
yearly basis 

Submit annual supplementary 
valuation rolls. 

Changes to service levels 

No changes to current servic e levels are expected over the term covered by 
the medium revenue and expenditure framework. 

Summary of revenue and 
expenditure 

The detailed operating revenue by source, operating and capital expenditure 
by type is attached in the schedules which follow. 

Capital programme 

The Property Valuations Depa rtment does not have a cap ital 
programme over the term covered by the medium term revenue and 
expenditure framework. 


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CAPITAL BUDGET 2015/2016 - 2019/2020 


Function 

Program Name 

KPA 

Goals 

Objective 

KPI from IDP 

Targets from IDP 

New 

Sub 

NEW IDP 

CODE 

Cost 

Centre 

Proj No 

Proj Output 

Revised Deliverables 

Ward 

Concept 

N/R/C 

Adj Fund 

Concept 

Approved 

2015/2016 

Approved 

2016/2017 

Approved 

2017/2018 

Approved 

2018/2019 

Approved 

2019/2020 

PROPERTY & 

VALUATIONS 

AERIAL PHOTOS 

FINANCIAL 

MANAGEMENT AND 

VIABILITY 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

ACCURATE AND EFFECTIVE 

MUNICIPAL VALUATIONS 

SERVICES 

UPDATE AERIAL 

PHOTO GRAPHS 

AND PICTOMETRY 

AERIAL PHOTO'S FOR 

MP313 AREA 

EX 

MM 

CFV1 

123 

1600003 


AERIAL PHOTOS FOR 

THE WHOLE MP313 

AREA 



CRR 


1 700 000 





AERIAL PHOTOS 

Total 

















1 700 000 




PROPERTY & 

VALUATIONS 

FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

FINANCIAL 

MANAGEMENT AND 

VIABILITY 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELL BEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

ENSURE VALUATION HISTORY 

NUMBER OF 

BULK FILING 

CABINET 

PURCHASED 

NEW FILING SYSTEM 
(OPTIPLAN) PLUS 2X 
VISITOR CHAIRS 

EX 

MM 

CFV1 

123 

0900159 

OFFICE FURNITURE 

NEW FILING SYSTEM 
(OPTIPLAN) PLUS 2X 
VISITOR CHAIRS 


N 

CRR (REV) 

90 000 

3 000 


3 000 



FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

Total 
















90 000 

3 000 


3 000 


PROPERTY & 

VALUATIONS 

INVALID 

FINANCIAL 

MANAGEMENT AND 

VIABILITY 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

ACCURATE AND EFFECTIVE 

MUNICIPAL VALUATIONS 

SERVICES 

CAMERA 

PURCHASED 

PURCHASED TWO 

CAMERAS 

EX 

MM 

CFV1 

123 

1000250 

CAMERA 



N 

CRR (REV) 



8 000 




INVALID 

Total 


















8 000 



PROPERTY & 

VALUATIONS 

Total 

















90 000 

1 703 000 

8 000 

3 000 



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PART 3 - Internal Departments 




INTERNAL DEPARTMENT: HUMAN CAPITAL 


LOCATION OF SDBIP 

www.stlm.gov.za/treasury.html 

Description of services 

The Steve Tshwete Local Municipality recognizes the value of investing in 
its work force through the implementation of carefully planned training and 
development initiatives and activities. 

Furthermore, the Human Capital department strives to deliver the 
following services: 

• Provision and maintenance of Human Capital 

• Staff termination of services (resignations, retirements, death, 
disciplinary, reasons etc.) 

• Labour Relations 

• Occupation health and Safety 

• Staff development through skills development and further and 
higher education through a bursary scheme. 

• Employment Equity Plan and report. 

• Employee wellness 

• Fringe benefits administration 

• HR adimi8nistrative services. 

Senior management structure 

The Human Capital department is headed by the Assistant Director 

Human Capital, due to the vacant position of the Director. This 
department resides within the Executive Director Corporate Services 
directorate, which is headed by the Acting Executive Director Corporate 
Services. 

ALIGNMENT WITH IDP 

STRATEGIC GOAL : GOOD CORPORATE GOVERNANCE 

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES : The provision of effective, efficient and transformed Human Capital 

Objectives 

Strategies 

PROGRAMME/ACTIVITY 

To ensure compliance with the 
employment Equity Act. 

Facilitate transformation through the 
implementation of the Employment 
Equity Act. 

Review the municipal employment 
equity plan (2013/2019) 

To ensure compliance with SDA and 
SETA requirements 

Equip employees with necessary skills 

Develop and submit workplace skills 
plan to local government (SETA) 




ALIGNMENT WITH IDP 

STRATEGIC GOAL : GOOD CORPORATE GOVERNANCE 

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES : The provision of effective, efficient and transformed Human Capital and sound 

Labour Relations 

Objectives 

Strategies 

PROGRAMME/ACTIVITY 

To support and promote the total well 

Provide in terms of the wellness 

Implementation of the wellness 


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being of staff. 

program, support to employees to be 
able to deal with any challenges 
hindering their effective performance. 

program. 

To have well equipped personnel 

Provide personnel with the necessary 
tools. 

Annually conduct needs assessments. 

Encourage departments to avail the 
necessary resources. 

To maintain a personnel structure that 
will ensure effective & efficient service 
delivery. 

Personnel structure aligned to legal 
requirements and strategic objectives. 

Implement the reviewed Organogram. 

Annually conduct organizational 
personnel needs audit. 

Fill vacant posts within 3 months. 

To maintain healthy relationship with 
labour 

Improve workplace relations 
partnership with unions and 
management in a formal and informal 
manner 

Continuous consultation with labour 
through Local labour Forums, sub- 
committees and departmental 
meetings. 

To create safe and healthy working 
environment 

Review & continuously implement the 
OHS policy 

Review & implement the OHS 
compliance register according to the 
OHS Act. 

Changes to service levels 

Changes to current service levels are expected over the medium revenue and 
expenditure framework term. 

Summary of revenue and 
expenditure 

The detailed operating revenue and expenditure, as well as capital 
expenditure, is attached in the schedules to follow. 

Capital programme 

The Human Capital Department does not have a capital programme over the 
term covered by the medium term revenue and expenditure framework. 


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Operational Budget for the three financial years from 2015/16 until 2017/18 



Actual 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Budget 

Forecast 

Forecast 

Corporate Services / Human Capital 

2013/14 

2014/15 

2014/15 

2015/16 

2016/17 

2017/18 


R 

R 

R 

R 

R 

R 

REVENUE BY SOURCE 







PROPERTY RATES 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

PENALTIES IMPOSED & COLLECTION CHARGES ON RATES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

SERVICE CHARGES 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - TURNOVER 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - RENUMERATION 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

RENT OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTEREST EARNED - EXTERNAL INVESTMENTS 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

INTEREST EARNED - OUTSTANDING DEBTORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

FINES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LICENSES & PERMITS 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

INCOME FOR AGENCY SERVICES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - OPERATING 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - CAPITAL 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

PUBLIC CONTRIBUTIONS &DONATIONS 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

OTHER REVENUE 

609 213 

1 364 400 

1 368 900 

672 272 

705 800 

715 638 

GAIN ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

609 213 

1 364 400 

1 368 900 

672 272 

705 800 

715 638 

LESS REVENUE FOREGONE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

609 213 

1 364 400 

1 368 900 

672 272 

705 800 

715 638 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 







INTEREST RECEIVED - INTERNAL LOANS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTERNAL RECOVERIES (Activity Based Costing) 

9 421 362 

11 230 419 

11 061 699 

13 380 660 

14 464 804 

15 503 267 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED - INTERNAL 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

9 421 362 

11 230 419 

11 061 699 

13 380 660 

14 464 804 

15 503 267 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

10 030 575 

12 594 819 

12 430 599 

14 052 932 

15 170 604 

16 218 905 

OPERATING EXPENDITURE 







EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Wages & Salaries 

5 130 841 

5 821 159 

5 772 447 

6 641 170 

7 249 257 

7 874 797 

EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Social Contributions 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS CAPITALISED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS ALLOCATED TO OTHER OPERATING 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

ITEMS 







REMUNERATION OF COUNCILLORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

BAD DEBTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

COLLECTION COSTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRECIATION (GAMAP) 

169 113 

195 458 

195 458 

75 364 

44 457 

51 434 

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE - Municipal Assets 

35 925 

151 308 

125 108 

86 400 

90 800 

96 259 

INTEREST EXPENSE - EXTERNAL BORROWINGS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

BULK PURCHASES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES PAID (F4.2) 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GENERAL EXPENSES - OTHER 

4 395 321 

5 930 976 

5 871 745 

6 479 208 

6 861 051 

7 327 127 

LOSS ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

1 190 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO/(FROM) PROVISIONS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

9 732 391 

- 12 098 901 

11 964 758 

- 13 282 142 

14 245 565 

- 15 349 617 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 







INTEREST - INTERNAL BORROWINGS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTERNAL CHARGES (Activity Based Costing) 

436 885 

569 788 

539 711 

789 654 

884 246 

825 223 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

436 885 

569 788 

539 711 

789 654 

884 246 

825 223 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 10 169 276 

- 12 668 689 

12 504 469 

- 14 071 796 

15 129 811 

- 16 174 840 

OPERA TING SURPL US / (DEFICIT) 

138 701 

73 870 

73 870 

18 864 

40 793 

44 065 

LESS TAX 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) AFTERTAX 

138 701 

73 870 

73 870 

18 864 

40 793 

44 065 

CROSS SUBSIDISATION 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

PLUS INTERESTS IN ENTERPRISES NOT WHOLLY OWNED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

SURPLUS / (- DEFICIT) AFTER TAX, CROSS SUBSIDIES 

138 701 

73 870 

73 870 

18 864 

40 793 

44 065 

OTHER ADJUSTMENTS AND TRANSFERS 







DIVIDENDS PAID (Municipal Entities Only) 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

ASSET FINANCING RESERVE (AFR) 

128 076 

104 891 

104 891 

50 835 

83 970 

94 224 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX AFR 

- 

178 492 

178 492 

69 542 

43 177 

50 159 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX GOVT GRANTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX DONATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS 

- 

269 

269 

157 

- 

- 

SELF INSURANCE RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

REVALUATION RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OTHER 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE AFTER ADJUSTMENTS 

- 10 297 352 

- 12 594 819 

12 430 599 

- 14 052 932 

15 170 604 

- 16 218 905 

CHANGE TO UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS / (ACCUMULATED 

266 777 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEFICIT) 







LESS CAPITAL GRANTS RECOGNISED 

- 

- 

" 

- 

- 

_ 

NET OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) 

266 777 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 









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CAPITAL BUDGET 2015/2016 - 2019/2020 


Function 

Program Name 

KPA 

Goals 

Objective 

KPI from IDP 

Targets from IDP 

New 

Sub 

NEW IDP 

CODE 

Cost 

Centre 

Proj No 

Proj Output 

Revised Deliverables 

Ward 

Concept 

N/R/C 

Adj Fund 

Concept 

Approved 

2015/2016 

Approved 

2016/2017 

Approved 

2017/2018 

Approved 

2018/2019 

Approved 

2019/2020 

HUMAN 

CAPITAL 

FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

MUNICIPAL 

TRANSFORMATION 

AND 

ORGANIZATIONAL 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS TOTALLY 

FOCUSED ON THE WELL 

BEING OF ALL ITS CITIZENS 

PROMOTE ORGANIZATIONAL 

EFFICIENCY 

FURNITURE & 

EQUIPMENT 

PURCHASED 

WATER DISPENSER, 5 
TIER CABINET & 

STATIONERY CABINET 

CO 

HR 

BOD1 

141 

0900131 

OFFICE FURNITURE 

WATER DISPENSER, 5 
TIER CABINET & 

STATIONERY CABINET 

INST 

N 

CRR (REV) 

12 000 

3 000 

8 000 

8 000 

8 000 

HUMAN 

CAPITAL 

FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

MUNICIPAL 

TRANSFORMATION 

AND 

ORGANIZATIONAL 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS TOTALLY 

FOCUSED ON THE WELL 

BEING OF ALL ITS CITIZENS 

PROVISION OF TRANSFORMED 

HUMAN CAPITAL AND 

LABOUR RELATIONS 

NUMBER OF 

SHELVES 

PURCHASED 

4X5 RAKED SHELVES 

FOR ARCHIVE 

CO 

HR 

BOD1 

141 

1400049 

ARCHIVING 

4X5 RAKED SHELVES 

FOR ARCHIVE 


N 

CRR (REV) 


40 000 

43 000 




FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

Total 
















12 000 

43 000 

51000 

8 000 

8 000 

HUMAN 

CAPITAL 

Total 

















12 000 

43 000 

51000 

8 000 

8 000 


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PART 3 - Internal Departments 




Internal Department: Information Communication Technology 


Location of SDIBIP 

www.stlm.qov.za 

Description of services 

The Information Commun ication Technology department is respo nsible for 
management of the Information and communication including website, intranet, 
Local Area Network, Wide Area Net work, Two-way radio 
network/infrastructure, Telecommunication, network performance monitoring 
system, databases, computer hardware and software management, 
Information Communication Technology procurement administration, ICT asset 
management and involved with various reform ori ented ICT Project 
Management as well as Information security management. 

Functions of the department includes and not limited to the following: 

• Provide computer network connectivity all municipal offices, namely 
libraries, pay points, vending sites, etc to the main computer room. 
Various network connectivity platforms are being utilized in the form of 
Telkom diginet lines or/and wireless as well as fibre. 

• Provision of desktop and infrastructure support. 

• Provision of information security which is emphasised in the form of 
policies, awareness campaigns, guidelines and systems used for web 
and email filtering. 

• Provision of network security by acquiring firewalls and maintaining up 
to date antivirus software and patches. 

• Provides network administration by ensuring data and information is 
being backed up an d kept in offsite location, users accounts are 
created, monitored and removed from the network as per 
departmental requests. The monitoring of network performance which 
ensures load balancing. 

• Hardware and software maintenance and ensures that the relevant 
software licensing is i n place and r enewal of some a pplications 
subscriptions as well as payment of original equipment manufacturer 
fees. 

• Provision of email and internet services to users. 

• The provision of high sites in the form of towers which serves as 
infrastructure for wireless connectivity and two-way radios. 

• Facilities management which involves the securing of high sites and 
computer server rooms. Ensure t hat environmental controls are in 
place which includes water detection system and te mperature 
monitoring tools. Research, investigation, testing and provision of new 
technology as and when it becomes available in the market. 

• Procurement of 1C T hardware and software which includes 
computers, printers, servers, scanners, notebooks, telephones, public 
address systems and two-way radios which are standardised across 
the municipality for maintenance purposes. 

• Ensure that t he necessary IT disaster recover y and business 
continuity planning is in place, tested and regularly updated. 

• Provision of telecommunication infrastructure which involves 
analogue, digital and Internet Protocol telephony, VSAT through 
services providers and call centres facilities. 

• Provision of e-Government services by ensuring that the Municipality 
website www.stlm.qov.za; www.stlm-online.co.za and intranet are 
regularly updated with information such as budgets, IDP, request for 
quotations and tenders, notices, vacancies, Council resolutions as 
required by relevant legislations, etc. 

• Provision Management Information Systems 

Senior Management Structure 

The Information Commu nication Technology Department is head ed by the 
Director Information Communication Technology, and resides within the 
Corporate Services Directorate, which is headed by the Acting Executive 
Director Corporate Services: Mr Jan Victor , who reports to the Municipa 1 
Manager. 


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ALIGNMENT WITH IDP 

STRATEGIC GOAL: GOOD CORPORATE GOVERNANCE 

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE: The provision of effective, efficient and transformed human capital and 

sound labour relations. 

OBJECTIVES 

STRATEGIES 

PROG RAM M E/ACTI VITY 

Regular maintenance and u pgrading 
of the ICT network infrastructure and 
software assets. 

Upgrade Local Area N etwork and 
Wide Area Network infrastructure and 
upgrading of software as required 

Regular maintenance and upgrading 
of the ICT network infrastructure and 
software assets. 

To ensure ICT services are provided. 

Continuously review IT Service 
Continuity Plan 

To ensure ICT services are provided. 


Available necessary communication 
tools 

Maintain regular net work data 
backups and restores 

Review of firewall configurations, 
antivirus and antispyware on emails. 

Secure upgrade server room. 

Continuously upgrade Internet & 
email facilities. 

Changes to service levels 

No changes to current service levels are expected over the term covered by 
the medium revenue and expenditure framework. 

Summary of revenue and 
expenditure 

The detailed operating revenue by source, operating and capital expenditure 
by type is attached in the schedules which follow. 

Capital programme 

The five year capital programme is attached. The full detail is contained in the 
SDBIP document. 

Key capital expenditure includes: 

R0.9 - million for developed and upgrade of ICT networks 

R1.6 - million for ICT equipment + software 

R0.4 - million for plant and equipment 

R0.4 - safeguard municipal assets 

The capital programme of the Information Technology Department amounts to 
R2. 4-million and represents 1% of the overall capital programme of the 
municipality for the 2015/2016 financial year. 


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PART 3 - Internal Departments 




Operational Budget for the three financial years from 2015/16 until 2017/18 


Corporate Services / Information 
Technology 

Actual 

2013/14 

R 

Original Budget 

2014/15 

R 

Adjusted Budget 

2014/15 

R 

Budget 

2015/16 

R 

Forecast 

2016/17 

R 

Forecast 

2017/18 

R 

REVENUE BY SOURCE 








PROPERTY RATES 


- 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

PENALTIES IMPOSED & COLLECTION CHARGES ON RATES 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

SERVICE CHARGES 


- 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - TURNOVER 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - RENUMERATION 


- 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

RENT OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTEREST EARNED - EXTERNAL INVESTMENTS 


- 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

INTEREST EARNED - OUTSTANDING DEBTORS 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED 


- 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

FINES 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LICENSES & PERMITS 


- 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

INCOME FOR AGENCY SERVICES 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - OPERATING 


- 

- 

- 

940 000 

- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - CAPITAL 


234 860 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

PUBLIC CONTRIBUTIONS &DONATIONS 


- 

. 

. 

- 

. 

. 

OTHER REVENUE 


23 005 

27 720 

27 720 

26 900 

28 500 

30 500 

GAIN ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

257 865 

27 720 

27 720 

966 900 

28 500 

30 500 

LESS REVENUE FOREGONE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

257 865 

27 720 

27 720 

966 900 

28 500 

30 500 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 








INTEREST RECEIVED - INTERNAL LOANS 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTERNAL RECOVERIES (Activity Based Costing) 


4 982 351 

7 372 156 

7 775 234 

8 710 912 

9 323 882 

9 725 512 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED - INTERNAL 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

4 982 351 

7 372 156 

7 775 234 

8 710 912 

9 323 882 

9 725 512 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

5 240 216 

7 399 876 

7 802 954 

9 677 812 

9 352 382 

9 756 012 

OPERATING EXPENDITURE 








EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Wages & Salaries 

- 

2 738 821 

2 905 723 

2 892 530 

3 019 848 

3 245 987 

3 506 146 

EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Social Contributions 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS CAPITALISED 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS ALLOCATED TO OTHER OPERATING 


_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

ITEMS 








REMUNERATION OF COUNCILLORS 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

BAD DEBTS 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

COLLECTION COSTS 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRECIATION (GAMAP) 

- 

4 778 508 

5 621 187 

5 621 187 

3 898 296 

2 302 375 

1 973 040 

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE - Municipal Assets 

- 

3 886 217 

4 865 000 

4 585 000 

4 912 700 

5 325 675 

5 637 300 

INTEREST EXPENSE - EXTERNAL BORROWINGS 

- 

64 040 

50 005 

50 005 

34 701 

25 031 

16 871 

BULK PURCHASES 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 

- 

10 604 

12 800 

12 800 

13 440 

14115 

14115 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES PAID (F4.2) 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GENERAL EXPENSES - OTHER 

- 

2 570 977 

3 485 041 

4 108 355 

5 617 558 

4 398 109 

4 696 966 

LOSS ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

- 

214417 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO/(FROM) PROVISIONS 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 14 263 583 

- 16 939 756 

17 269 877 

- 17 496 543 

15 311 292 

- 15 844 438 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 








INTEREST - INTERNAL BORROWINGS 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTERNAL CHARGES (Activity Based Costing) 

- 

596 809 

657 707 

582 002 

520 985 

599 228 

526 332 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 

596 809 

657 707 

582 002 

520 985 

599 228 

526 332 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 14 860 392 

- 17 597 463 

17 851 879 

- 18 017 528 

15 910 520 

- 16 370 770 

OPERA TING SURPL US / (DEFICIT) 


9 620 176 

- 10 197 587 

10 048 925 

8 339 716 

6 558 138 

6 614 758 

LESS TAX 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) AFTERTAX 

- 

9 620 176 

- 10 197 587 

10 048 925 

8 339 716 

6 558 138 

6 614 758 

CROSS SUBSIDISATION 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

PLUS INTERESTS IN ENTERPRISES NOT WHOLLY OWNED 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

SURPLUS / (- DEFICIT) AFTER TAX, CROSS SUBSIDIES 

- 

9 620 176 

- 10 197 587 

10 048 925 

8 339 716 

6 558 138 

6 614 758 

OTHER ADJUSTMENTS AND TRANSFERS 








DIVIDENDS PAID (Municipal Entities Only) 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

ASSET FINANCING RESERVE (AFR) 

- 

2 029 968 

1 764 668 

1 709 668 

2 193 478 

2 268 809 

2 223 113 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX AFR 


- 

5 356 587 

5 356 587 

3 649 959 

2 103 349 

1 767 581 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX GOVT GRANTS 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX DONATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS 


- 

81 874 

81 874 

133 862 

133 771 

133 774 

SELF INSURANCE RESERVE 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

REVALUATION RESERVE 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OTHER 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE AFTER ADJUSTMENTS 

- 16 890 360 

- 13 923 670 

14 123 086 

- 16 427 185 

15 942 209 

- 16 692 528 

CHANGE TO UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS / (ACCUMULATED 

- 

11 650 144 

6 523 794 

6 320 132 

6 749 373 

6 589 827 

6 936 516 

DEFICIT) 








LESS CAPITAL GRANTS RECOGNISED 

" 

234 860 

" 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

NET OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) 

- 11 885 004 

6 523 794 

6 320 132 

6 749 373 

6 589 827 

6 936 516 









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CAPITAL BUDGET 2015/2016 - 2019/2020 


Function 

Program Name 

KPA 

Goals 

Objective 

KPI from IDP 

Targets from IDP 

New 

Sub 

NEW IDP 

CODE 

Cost 

Centre 

Proj No 

Proj Output 

Revised Deliverables 

Ward 

Concept 

N/R/C 

Adj Fund 

Concept 

Approved 

2015/2016 

Approved 

2016/2017 

Approved 

2017/2018 

Approved 

2018/2019 

Approved 

2019/2020 

ICT SERVICES 

DEVELOP AND 

UPGRADE ICT 

NETWORK 

GOOD GOVERNANCE 

AND PUBLIC 

PARTICIPATION 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

MAINTAIN AND UPGRADE ICT 

NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE 

NUMBER OF 

PHONES 

PURCHASED 

DIFFERENT 

DEPARTMENTS AND 1 

ROUTER FOR 

BACKBONE 

INFRASTRUCTURE AT 

CO 

IT 

AGG1 

122 

0000001 

UPGRADE NETWORK 

BACKBONE 

INFRASTRUCTURE & 

VOIP 

DIFFERENT 

DEPARTMENTS AND 1 

ROUTER FOR 

BACKBONE 

INFRASTRUCTURE AT 

INST 

R 

CRR 

350 000 

350 000 

300 000 

300 000 

350 000 

ICT SERVICES 

DEVELOP AND 

UPGRADE ICT 

NETWORK 

GOOD GOVERNANCE 

AND PUBLIC 

PARTICIPATION 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

MAINTAIN AND UPGRADE ICT 

NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE 

NUMBER OF 

SERVERS 

PURCHASED 

IX EXCHANGE SERVER 

CO 

IT 

AGG1 

122 

0008003 

SERVER - NEW IT 

SYSTEMS 

IX EXCHANGE SERVER 

INST 

R 

CRR 

210 000 

220 000 

231 000 

450 000 

250 000 

ICT SERVICES 

DEVELOP AND 

UPGRADE ICT 

NETWORK 

GOOD GOVERNANCE 

AND PUBLIC 

PARTICIPATION 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

MAINTAIN AND UPGRADE ICT 

NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE 

NUMBER OF 

WIRELESS LINKS 

UPGRADING OF 3 

WIRELESS LINKS FOR 

THEMIDDELBURG SITES 

CO 

IT 

AGG1 

122 

0008157 

COMMUNICATION^ 
D RADIO LINKS TO 

EXTERNAL STATIONS 

WIRELESS LINKS FOR 

THEMIDDELBURG SITES 
(NASHUA BUILDING, 
CIVIC TO GHOLFSIG, 
GHOLFSIG TO 

INST 

N 

CRR 

350 000 

350 000 

350 000 

350 000 

200 000 


DEVELOP AND 

UPGRADE ICT 

NETWORK 

Total 
















910 000 

920 000 

881 000 

1 100 000 

800 000 

ICT SERVICES 

ICT EQUIPMENT 

& SOFTWARE 

GOOD GOVERNANCE 

AND PUBLIC 

PARTICIPATION 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELL BEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

ENSURE ICT SERVICES ARE 

PROVIDED 

NUMBER OF UPS'S 

PURCHASED 

2 UPS AT HENDRINA 

OFFICES AND MAIN 

BUILDING 

CO 

IT 

AGG1 

122 

0007526 

UPS'S FOR 
BUILDINGS/OFFICES 

2 UPS AT HENDRINA 

OFFICES AND MAIN 

BUILDING 

INST 

N 

CRR (REV) 

180 000 

180 000 

180 000 

180 000 

180 000 

ICT SERVICES 

ICT EQUIPMENT 

& SOFTWARE 

GOOD GOVERNANCE 

AND PUBLIC 

PARTICIPATION 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

ENSURE ICT SERVICES ARE 

PROVIDED 

NUMBER OF 

COMPUTERS 

PURCHASED 

50 COMPUTERS FOR 

DIFFERENT 

DEPARTMENTS 

CO 

IT 

AGG1 

122 

0008197 

COMPUTER SYSTEMS 

50 COMPUTERS FOR 

DIFFERENT 

DEPARTMENTS 

INST 

R 

CRR (REV) 

565 000 

595 000 

630 000 

661 500 

695 000 

ICT SERVICES 

ICT EQUIPMENT 

& SOFTWARE 

GOOD GOVERNANCE 

AND PUBLIC 

PARTICIPATION 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

ENSURE ICT SERVICES ARE 

PROVIDED 

NUMBER OF 

PRINTERS 

PROCURED 

20 PRINTERS FOR 

DIFFERENT 

DEPARTMENTS 

CO 

IT 

AGG1 

122 

0008198 

PRINTERS 

20 PRINTERS FOR 

DIFFERENT 

DEPARTMENTS 

INST 

R 

CRR (REV) 

50 000 

55 000 

60 000 

65 000 

70 000 

ICT SERVICES 

ICT EQUIPMENT 

& SOFTWARE 

GOOD GOVERNANCE 

AND PUBLIC 

PARTICIPATION 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

ENSURE ICT SERVICES ARE 

PROVIDED 

NUMBER OF 

SCANNERS 

PURCHASED 

3 SCANNERS FOR 

DIFFERENT 

DEPARTMENTS 

CO 

IT 

AGG1 

122 

0008199 

SCANNERS 

3 SCANNERS FOR 

DIFFERENT 

DEPARTMENTS 

INST 

R 

CRR (REV) 

60 000 

63 000 

66 700 

70 700 

80 200 

ICT SERVICES 

ICT EQUIPMENT 

& SOFTWARE 

GOOD GOVERNANCE 

AND PUBLIC 

PARTICIPATION 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

ENSURE ICT SERVICES ARE 

PROVIDED 

NUMBER OF 

PROJECTOR 

PURCHASED 

IX PROJECTOR AND 

SCREEN BANQUET HALL 

TRAINING ROOM 

CO 

IT 

AGG1 

122 

1000193 

PROJECTOR 8. SCREEN 

IX PROJECTOR AND 

SCREEN BANQUET HALL 

TRAINING ROOM 

INST 

N 

CRR (REV) 

17 000 

20 000 

10 000 

10 000 

10 000 

ICT SERVICES 

ICT EQUIPMENT 

& SOFTWARE 

GOOD GOVERNANCE 

AND PUBLIC 

PARTICIPATION 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

EQUIP ORGANAZATION TO 

ENHANCE SERVICE DELIVERY 

PURCHASED 

FURNITURE 

1 COMPLETE DESK AND 

2 CHAIRS 

CO 

IT 

AGG1 

122 

1100042 

FURNITURE 

1 COMPLETE DESK AND 

2 CHAIRS 

INST 

N 

CRR (REV) 


3 000 


10 000 


ICT SERVICES 

ICT EQUIPMENT 

& SOFTWARE 

GOOD GOVERNANCE 

AND PUBLIC 

PARTICIPATION 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

ENSURE ICT SERVICES ARE 

PROVIDED 

NUMBER OF 

INSTRUMENTS 

PURCHASED 

12 

INSTRUMENTS/TOOLS 

PURCHASED 

CO 

IT 

AGG1 

122 

1200014 

INSTRUMENTS AND 

TOOLS FOR 

COMMUNICATION 

12 

INSTRUMENTS/TOOLS 

PURCHASED 

INST 

N 

CRR (REV) 

35 000 

15 000 

35 000 

15 000 

35 000 

ICT SERVICES 

ICT EQUIPMENT 

& SOFTWARE 

GOOD GOVERNANCE 

AND PUBLIC 

PARTICIPATION 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

ENSURE ICT SERVICES ARE 

PROVIDED 

NUMBER OF 

LAPTOPS TO BE 

REPLACED 

15 LAPTOPS 

PURCHASED 

CO 

IT 

AGG1 

122 

1200016 

LAPTOPS 

15 LAPTOPS 

PURCHASED 

INST 

R 

CRR (REV) 

180 000 

180 000 

180 000 

180 000 

180 000 

ICT SERVICES 

ICT EQUIPMENT 

& SOFTWARE 

GOOD GOVERNANCE 

AND PUBLIC 

PARTICIPATION 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

ENSURE ICT SERVICES ARE 

PROVIDED 

NUMBER OF TWO- 

WAY RADIOS 

REPLACED 

REPLACE 50 TWO WAY 

RADIOS. 

CO 

IT 

AGG1 

122 

1200019 

TWO WAY RADIOS 

FOR ALL 

DEPARTMENTS 

REPLACE 50 TWO WAY 

RADIOS. 

INST 

R 

CRR (REV) 

230 000 

240 000 

100 000 

100 000 

100 000 


ICT EQUIPMENT 

& SOFTWARE 

Total 
















1 317 000 

1 351 000 

1 261 700 

1 292 200 

1 350 200 


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CAPITAL BUDGET 2015/2016 - 2019/2020 


Function 

Program Name 

KPA 

Goals 

Objective 

KPI from IDP 

Targets from IDP 

New 

Sub 

NEW IDP 

CODE 

Cost 

Centre 

Proj No 

Proj Output 

Revised Deliverables 

Ward 

Concept 

N/R/C 

Adj Fund 

Concept 

Approved 

2015/2016 

Approved 

2016/2017 

Approved 

2017/2018 

Approved 

2018/2019 

Approved 

2019/2020 

ICT SERVICES 

INVALID 

GOOD GOVERNANCE 

AND PUBLIC 

PARTICIPATION 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

MAINTAIN AND UPGRADE ICT 

NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE 

NUMEROF 

AIRDOWN 

BLOWERS 

PURCHASED 

REPLACE TWO AIR 

DOWN BLOWERS IN 

SERVER ROOM 

CO 

IT 

AGG1 

122 

1200020 

AIR CONDITIONERS 

REPLACE AIR DOWN 

BLOWERS FOR SERVER 

ROOM 


R 

CRR 


200 000 

200 000 




INVALID 

Total 

















200 000 

200 000 



ICT SERVICES 

PLANT & 

EQUIPMENT 

GOOD GOVERNANCE 

AND PUBLIC 

PARTICIPATION 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELLBEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

MAINTAIN AND UPGRADE ICT 

NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE 

COMMUNICATION 

TOWERS 

3X COMMUNICATION 

TOWERS FOR RADIO 

LINKS IN FUTURE 

CO 

IT 

AGG1 

122 

1200015 

COMMUNICATION 

TOWERS 

3X COMMUNICATION 

TOWERS FOR RADIO 

LINKS IN FUTURE 

INST 

N 

CRR 


200 000 

200 000 

200 000 



PLANT & 

EQUIPMENT 

Total 

















200 000 

200 000 

200 000 


ICT SERVICES 

SAFEGUARD 

MUNICIPAL 

ASSETS 

GOOD GOVERNANCE 

AND PUBLIC 

PARTICIPATION 

CREATING A MUNICIPALITY 

WHICH IS FOCUSED ON THE 

WELL BEING OF ALL ITS 

CITIZENS 

ENSURE ICT SERVICES ARE 

PROVIDED 

INSTALL CCTV IT 

TRANSMITION 

STATION 

ONE NEW CCTV IT 

TRANSMITTING 

STATIONS GHOLFSIG 

CO 

IT 

AGG1 

122 

1300032 

SURVEILLANCE AT 

CIVIC CENTRE 

ONE NEW CCTV IT 

TRANSMITTING 

STATIONS GHOLFSIG 

INST 

N 

CRR (REV) 

125 000 

125 000 

125 000 

60 000 



SAFEGUARD 

MUNICIPAL 

ASSETS 

Total 
















125 000 

125 000 

125 000 

60 000 


ICT SERVICES 

Total 

















2 352 000 

2 796 000 

2 667 700 

2 652 200 

2 150 200 


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Internal Department: Building and Fleet Management 


Location of SDBIP 

www.stevetshwetelm.qov.za/treasurv.htlm 

Description of services 

The following aspects are services provided by the Building and Fleet Management 

Services in the licensed area of Steve Tshwete Local Municipality. 

The Municipal Services are administered as follows and include: 

• The provision of new and upgrading municipal buildings and structures. 

• The maintenance and cleansing of municipal buildings, Public toilets and taxi 
ranks. 

• To interact smoothly with other departments and community in order to ensure 
accurate infrastructure planning and implementation including the maintenance 
of municipal buildings. 

Senior management structure 

The Building and Fleet Management Department is h eaded by the Manager 
Municipal Building Services. T his department resides in the directorate of 
Infrastructure services, which is headed by the Executive Director Infrastructure 
services, Mr. Ntoampe Thobela. 

ALIGNMENT WITH IDP 

STRATEGIC GOAL: COST EFFECTIVE AND SUSTAINABLE SERVICE DELIVERY 

Strategic Objective: To provide municipal buildings and facilities while upgrading existing ones. 

OBJECTIVES 

STRATEGIES 

PROGRAMME / ACTIVITY 

To provide easily accessible new facilities 
that accommodate persons with disabilities 
whilst adapting, upgrading and maintaining 
existing ones. 

Implementing programmes to upgrade 
existing municipal buildings and facilities. 

Upgrade of license department 
Middelburg. 

Construction of carports at 

Hendrina Services Centre and Taxi 
Rank for Nasareth. 

Upgrade of leased facilities (e g. 

Old aged homes, houses and 
Bloekomsig ), Meyer street taxi 
rank and Kwazamokuhle ablution 
facilities. 

Upgrade of storage for Safety and 
security department. 

Installation of generator at Ext 7 
Thusong Centre and supply chain. 
Upgrading of Mhluzi offices, replace 
roofs at Vaalbank water works and 
Civil engineering workshops, and 
Mhluzi post office. 

Replace floor coverings at Nasareth 
Hall. 

Upgrading of Main distribution 
board at Civic Centre, 

Upgrading of: 

Mhluzi offices, Site development 
plan for Cosmos hall 

Upgrade toilets at Van Blerk Park 

Constructing new facilities for better 
service delivery 


Constructing new facilities for enhanced 
service delivery. 

New public toilets at Hendrina and 
at Shoprite. 

New hall at Aerorand south, Ext 18 
and kanonkop/ Dennesig. Construct 
library at Ext 18/Aerorand. 

New Multi Modal taxi rank 

Construction of guard houses. 
Construction of additional ablution 
facilities at the Olifants Rivier. 

To provide new Thusong facilities whilst 
upgrading existing facilities. 

Construction of facilities closer to the 
communities. 

Construction of Thusong Centers at 
Somaphepha, Sikhululiwe, 

Rockdale, Blinkpan and Cosmos 

Hall. 

Acquiring of Eskom’s existing 


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building and converting it into 
Pullenshope library and community 
hall. 

To maintain a healthy and safe environment 
for the local communi ty, visitors and 
employees. 

Installation and Implementation of security 
measures that minimize vandalism and theft 
at municipal buildings. 

Fencing at Boskrans. 

Fencing at reservoirs and waste 
water plants. 

Erection of storage facilities 

Fencing along Botshabelo road. 
Fencing between springbok avenue 
and stofberg road. Fencing and 
installation of flood lights at the 
service centre. 

Enhance security and awareness 
campaign. 

To promote the constructi on ofgr een 
buildings that minimizes wastage of scarce 
resources thus ensuring low carbon foot- 
print. 

Raise awareness of energy saving for users 
of municipal buildings. 

STLM energy saving globes 
strategy. 

By ensuring continuous usage of green 
materials for c onstruction of new buildings 
and existing. 

Installation of energy saving retro 
fittings. 

Install timers on Air-conditioners. 


Use environmental friendly cleaning 
products and building material. 

Changes to service levels 

No changes to current service levels are expected over the term covered by the 
medium revenue and expenditure framework. 

Summary of revenue and 
expenditure 

The detailed operating revenue by source, operating and capital expenditure by 
type is attached in the schedules which follow. 

Capital programme 

The five year capital programme is attached. The full detail is conta ined in the 
SDBIP document. 

Key capital expenditure includes: 

R0.6 - million for maintenance of municipal buildings 

R0.3 - million for energy efficiency 

R1 .2 - million for plant + equipment 

R2,0- million for safeguarding of municipal assets 

R2.9 - million for upgrading of municipal buildings 

The capital programme for the Bui Iding and F leet Management Department 
amounts to R7, 0-million and represents 3% of the overall capital programme of the 
municipality for the 201 5/201 6 financial year. 


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Operational Budget for the three financial years from 2015/16 until 2017/18 


Corporate Services / Property 

Actual 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Budget 

Forecast 

Forecast 

Spr\/irp«i 

2013/14 

2014/15 

2014/15 

2015/16 

2016/17 

2017/18 


R 

R 

R 

R 

R 

R 

REVENUE BY SOURCE 







PROPERTY RATES 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

PENALTIES IMPOSED & COLLECTION CHARGES ON RATES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

SERVICE CHARGES 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - TURNOVER 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - RENUMERATION 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

RENT OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 

28 034 443 

33 553 750 

32 743 618 

33 952 421 

35 235 171 

37 407 685 

INTEREST EARNED - EXTERNAL INVESTMENTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTEREST EARNED - OUTSTANDING DEBTORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

FINES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LICENSES & PERMITS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INCOME FOR AGENCY SERVICES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - OPERATING 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - CAPITAL 

14 784 222 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

PUBLIC CONTRIBUTIONS &DONATIONS 

2 681 300 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OTHER REVENUE 

58 132 983 

39 981 610 

12 506 110 

43 283 852 

42 662 018 

43 094 443 

GAIN ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

103 632 948 

73 535 360 

45 249 728 

77 236 273 

77 897 189 

80 502 128 

LESS REVENUE FOREGONE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

103 632 948 

73 535 360 

45 249 728 

77 236 273 

77 897 189 

80 502 128 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 







INTEREST RECEIVED - INTERNAL LOANS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTERNAL RECOVERIES (Activity Based Costing) 

4 421 388 

4 729 534 

4 729 534 

- 

- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED - INTERNAL 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

4 421 388 

4 729 534 

4 729 534 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

108 054 336 

78 264 894 

49 979 262 

77 236 273 

77 897 189 

80 502 128 

OPERATING EXPENDITURE 







EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Wages & Salaries 

8 519 564 

- 10 654 090 

10 655 332 

- 1 1 288 346 

- 12 134 959 

- 12 105 768 

EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Social Contributions 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS CAPITALISED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS ALLOCATED TO OTHER OPERATING 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

ITEMS 







REMUNERATION OF COUNCILLORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

BAD DEBTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

COLLECTION COSTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRECIATION (GAMAP) 

9 797 488 

9 774 767 

9 774 767 

8 818 988 

8 760 622 

8 244 610 

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE - Municipal Assets 

2 784 585 

2 929 485 

3 051 685 

3 140 936 

3 302 624 

3 493 920 

INTEREST EXPENSE - EXTERNAL BORROWINGS 

778 096 

1 334 432 

1 334 432 

1 265 630 

1 122 156 

972 254 

BULK PURCHASES 

42 154 

88 646 

50 000 

55 738 

59 600 

63 800 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 

1 641 491 

2 087 000 

1 882 840 

2 172 720 

2 296 706 

2 448 012 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES PAID (F4.2) 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GENERAL EXPENSES - OTHER 

- 34 314 971 

- 1 1 078 577 

1 1 733 492 

- 24 596 541 

- 25 106 468 

- 24 944 954 

LOSS ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

43 059 

- 

- 

5 000 

5 000 

5 000 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO/(FROM) PROVISIONS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 57 921 407 

- 37 946 997 

38 482 548 

- 51 343 899 

52 788 135 

- 52 278 318 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 







INTEREST - INTERNAL BORROWINGS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTERNAL CHARGES (Activity Based Costing) 

3 234 885 

4 465 852 

4 457 521 

1 094 137 

1 204 723 

1 307 290 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

3 234 885 

4 465 852 

4 457 521 

1 094 137 

1 204 723 

1 307 290 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 61 156 292 

- 42 412 849 

42 940 069 

- 52 438 036 

53 992 858 

- 53 585 608 

OPERA TING SURPL US / (DEFICIT) 

46 898 044 

35 852 045 

7 039 193 

24 798 237 

23 904 331 

26 916 520 

LESS TAX 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) AFTERTAX 

46 898 044 

35 852 045 

7 039 193 

24 798 237 

23 904 331 

26 916 520 

CROSS SUBSIDISATION 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

PLUS INTERESTS IN ENTERPRISES NOT WHOLLY OWNED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

SURPLUS / (- DEFICIT) AFTER TAX, CROSS SUBSIDIES 

46 898 044 

35 852 045 

7 039 193 

24 798 237 

23 904 331 

26 916 520 

OTHER ADJUSTMENTS AND TRANSFERS 







DIVIDENDS PAID (Municipal Entities Only) 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

ASSET FINANCING RESERVE (AFR) 

- 46 956 706 

- 53 264 334 

24 798 444 

- 43 475 266 

- 42 117 578 

- 44 725 863 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX AFR 

- 

7 514 430 

7 514 430 

6 458 203 

6 471 235 

6 341 931 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX GOVT GRANTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX DONATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS 

- 

993 988 

993 988 

1 105 965 

1 089 804 

1 089 804 

SELF INSURANCE RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

REVALUATION RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OTHER 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE AFTER ADJUSTMENTS 

- 108 112 998 

- 87 168 765 

59 230 095 

- 88 349 134 

88 549 397 

- 90 879 736 

CHANGE TO UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS / (ACCUMULATED 

58 663 

8 903 871 

9 250 833 

- 11 112 861 

10 652 208 

- 10 377 608 

DEFICIT) 







LESS CAPITAL GRANTS RECOGNISED 

- 14 784 222 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


2 681 300 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

NET OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) 

- 17 524 185 

8 903 871 

9 250 833 

- 11 112 861 

10 652 208 

- 10 377 608 









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CAPITAL BUDGET 2015/2016 - 2019/2020 


Function 

Program Name 

KPA 

Goals 

Objective 

KPI from IDP 

Targets from IDP 

New 

Sub 

NEW IDP 

CODE 

Cost 

Centre 

Proj No 

Proj Output 

Revised Deliverables 

Ward 

Concept 

N/R/C 

Adj Fund 

Concept 

Approved 

2015/2016 

Approved 

2016/2017 

Approved 

2017/2018 

Approved 

2018/2019 

Approved 

2019/2020 

BUILDING & 

FLEET 

MANAGEMENT 

ENERGY 

EFFICIENCY 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE AND MAINTAIN 

ACCESSIBLE MUNICIPAL AND 

COMMUNITY FACILITIES 

NUMBER OF 

RETROFITTING 

INSTALLED 

16 REPLACE GEYSERS, 4 
WATER SHOWER ROSES 

AND 5 WATER 

RESTRICTORS ON BASIN 
TAPS AT CIVIC CENTRE; 

CO 

PY 

EMB3 

555 

1500014 

ENERGY EFFICIENT 

RETROFITTING'S 

16 REPLACE GEYSERS, 4 
WATER SHOWER ROSES 

AND 5 WATER 

RESTRICTORS ON BASIN 
TAPS AT CIVIC CENTRE; 


R 

CRR 

280 000 

300 000 

300 000 

300 000 

300 000 


ENERGY 

EFFICIENCY 

Total 
















280 000 

300 000 

300 000 

300 000 

300 000 

BUILDING & 

FLEET 

MANAGEMENT 

ENHANCE 

SECURITY 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 


NUMBER OF FENCE 

CONSTRUCTED 

3000 METER OF FENCE 

CO 

PY 

EMB3 

555 

1600066 


3000 METER OF FENCE 



MIG 




2 000 000 

3 000 000 


ENHANCE 

SECURITY 

Total 



















2 000 000 

3 000 000 

BUILDING & 

FLEET 

MANAGEMENT 

FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

EQUIP ORGANIZATION IN 

ORDER TO ENHANCE SERVICE 

DELIVERY 

PURCHASED 

EQUIPMENT 

PURCHASE 1 NEW 

CAMERA 

CO 

PY 

EMB3 

555 

1200075 

CAMERA 

PURCHASE 1 NEW 

CAMERA 


N 

CRR (REV) 

6 500 




8 000 


FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

Total 
















6 500 




8 000 

BUILDING & 

FLEET 

MANAGEMENT 

MAINTENANCE 

MUNICIPAL 

BUILDINGS 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE AND MAINTAIN 

ACCESSIBLE MUNICIPAL AND 

COMMUNITY FACILITIES 

SQUARE METERS TO 

BE REPLACE 

REPLACE ROOF AT 

CIVIL, PARKS, SOLID 
WASTE, TRAFFIC AND 
MBS SERVICE CENTRE 
(MAGASYN) OF 150M3 

CO 

PY 

EMB3 

554 

1600046 

REPLACE ROOFING AT 

SERVICE CENTRE. 

REPLACE ROOF AT 

CIVIL, PARKS, SOLID 
WASTE, TRAFFIC AND 
MBS SERVICE CENTRE 
(MAGASYN) OF 150M3 



CRR 

300 000 

350 000 

400 000 

450 000 

450 000 

BUILDING & 

FLEET 

MANAGEMENT 

MAINTENANCE 

MUNICIPAL 

BUILDINGS 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE AND MAINTAIN 

ACCESSIBLE MUNICIPAL AND 

COMMUNITY FACILITIES 

SQUARE METRES TO 
BE REPLACED 

ROOFING 

300 M2 CUP-LOCK 

CO 

PY 

EMB3 

555 

1600048 

REPLACE ROOFING 

MHLUZI HEDC. 

300 M2 CUP-LOCK 



CRR 

300 000 

300 000 

300 000 

300 000 

300 000 


MAINTENANCE 

MUNICIPAL 

BUILDINGS 

Total 
















600 000 

650 000 

700 000 

750 000 

750 000 

BUILDING & 

FLEET 

MANAGEMENT 

NEW TAXI 

FACILITIES 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE AND MAINTAIN 

ACCESSIBLE MUNICIPAL AND 

COMMUNITY FACILITIES 

CONTRUCTION OF 

TAXI SHELTERS 

CONSTRUCT TAXI 

SHELTERS OF 

APPROXIMATELY 

8000M3 

TP 

RO 

ECF3 

557 

1400072 

NEW MULTI MODULE 

TAXI RANK 

CONSTRUCT TAXI 

SHELTERS OF 

APPROXIMATELY 

8000 M3 


N 

MIG 



300 000 

3 000 000 

3 000 000 


NEW TAXI 

FACILITIES Total 


















300 000 

3 000 000 

3 000 000 

BUILDING & 

FLEET 

MANAGEMENT 

PLANT & 

EQUIPMENT 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE AND MAINTAIN 

ACCESSIBLE MUNICIPAL AND 

COMMUNITY FACILITIES 

NUMBER OF AIR 

CONDITIONERS 

UPGRADED AND 

REPLACED AT THE 

CIVIC CENTRE 


CO 

PY 

EMB3 

150 

0008006 

UPGRADE BUILDINGS: 

AIR CONDITIONERS 

CIVIC CENTRE 

REPLACE AIR 

CONDITIONERS IN 
OFFICE C 308, C318, D 
321, D 225, B 105 & 
D310A 

WARD 

12 

R 

CRR 

100 000 

60 000 

60 000 

60 000 

60 000 

BUILDING & 

FLEET 

MANAGEMENT 

PLANT & 

EQUIPMENT 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

EQUIP ORGANIZATION IN 

ORDER TO ENHANCE SERVICE 

DELIVERY 


TO BE DETERMINED 

CO 

PY 

EMB3 

151 

1500058 

GENERATOR 



N 

CRR 




850 000 


BUILDING & 

FLEET 

MANAGEMENT 

PLANT & 

EQUIPMENT 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

EQUIP ORGANIZATION IN 

ORDER TO ENHANCE SERVICE 

DELIVERY 

NUMBER OF 

GENERATORS 

PURCHASED 


CO 

PY 

EMB3 

152 

1500057 

GENERATORS 



N 

CRR 

1 000 000 






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Function 

Program Name 

KPA 

Goals 

Objective 

KPI from IDP 

Targets from IDP 

New 

Sub 

NEW IDP 

CODE 

Cost 

Centre 

Proj No 

Proj Output 

Revised Deliverables 

Ward 

Concept 

N/R/C 

Adj Fund 

Concept 

Approved 

2015/2016 

Approved 

2016/2017 

Approved 

2017/2018 

Approved 

2018/2019 

Approved 

2019/2020 

BUILDING & 

FLEET 

MANAGEMENT 

PLANT & 

EQUIPMENT 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE AND UPGRADE 

BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES 

NUMBER OF AIR 

CONDITIONERS 

GENERATORS 

CO 

PY 

EMB3 

154 

1300061 

UPGRADE BUILDINGS: 

AIR CONDITIONERS 

UPGRADE AND REPLACE 

3 AIR CONDITIONERS AT 

THE HENDRINA OFFICES 

3 

R 

CRR 

30 000 

30 000 

30 000 

30 000 

30 000 

BUILDING & 

FLEET 

MANAGEMENT 

PLANT & 

EQUIPMENT 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

EQUIP ORGANIZATION IN 

ORDER TO ENHANCE SERVICE 

DELIVERY 

PURCHASED 

EQUIPMENT 


CO 

PY 

EMB3 

154 

1500055 

GENERATORS 



N 

CRR 


1 500 000 




BUILDING & 

FLEET 

MANAGEMENT 

PLANT & 

EQUIPMENT 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

EQUIP ORGANIZATION IN 

ORDER TO ENHANCE SERVICE 

DELIVERY 

PURCHASED TOOLS 

1 LARGE SAW HEAVY 

DUTY 

CO 

PY 

EMB3 

555 

1000205 

PURCHASE TOOLS 

1 LARGE SAW HEAVY 

DUTY 


R 

CRR (REV) 

100 000 

105 000 

110 000 

115 000 

121 500 


PLANT & 

EQUIPMENT 

Total 
















1 230 000 

1 695 000 

200 000 

1 055 000 

211 500 

BUILDING & 

FLEET 

MANAGEMENT 

SAFEGUARD 

MUNICIPAL 

ASSETS 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE AND MAINTAIN 

ACCESSIBLE MUNICIPAL AND 

COMMUNITY FACILITIES 



CO 

PY 

EMB3 

150 

1100234 

UPGRADE ACCESS 

CONTROL CIVIC 

CENTRE 

UPGRADE TWO ACCESS 

CONTROL DOORS WITH 

SYSTEM AND 

TURNSTILES 


N 

CRR (REV) 

250 000 





BUILDING & 

FLEET 

MANAGEMENT 

SAFEGUARD 

MUNICIPAL 

ASSETS 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE AND MAINTAIN 

ACCESSIBLE MUNICIPAL AND 

COMMUNITY FACILITIES 

M OF FENCE 

INSTALLED 

1* GENERATORS 

CO 

PY 

EMB3 

151 

1600008 

REPLACE FENCING AT 

HEDC AND MHLUZI 

OFFICES 




CRR 


450 000 




BUILDING & 

FLEET 

MANAGEMENT 

SAFEGUARD 

MUNICIPAL 

ASSETS 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

MAINTAIN AND SAFEGUARD 

MUNICIPAL AND COMMUNITY 

FACILITIES 

METER OF FENCE 

INSTALLED 

400 M CLEAR- VU 

FENCING INSTALLED UP 
TO 2014/15 AND 200 M 
TO BE INSTALLED IN 
15/16. 

CO 

PY 

EMB3 

554 

1400062 

FENCING AT 

MUNICIPAL SERVICES 
CENTRE; 

MIDDELBURG 

400 M CLEAR- VU 

FENCING INSTALLED UP 
TO 2014/15 AND 200 M 
TO BE INSTALLED IN 
15/16. 

13 

R 

CRR 

260 000 





BUILDING & 

FLEET 

MANAGEMENT 

SAFEGUARD 

MUNICIPAL 

ASSETS 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

MAINTAIN AND SAFEGUARD 

MUNICIPAL AND COMMUNITY 

FACILITIES 

METERS OF 

FENCING REPLACED 

AT AIRFIELD 

INSTALLATION OF 2500 
M IN 2014/15 AND 

5500 M IN 15/16 
CONCRETE PALISADE - 

AIRFIELD 

CO 

PY 

EMB3 

555 

0008127 

REPLACE FENCING 

AIRFIELD 

INSTALLATION OF 2500 
M IN 2014/15 AND 

5500 M IN 15/16 
CONCRETE PALISADE - 

AIRFIELD 

WARD 

16 

R 

CRR 

1 500 000 

1 000 000 

2 000 000 

2 000 000 

2 500 000 


SAFEGUARD 

MUNICIPAL 

ASSETS 

Total 
















2 010 000 

1 450 000 

2 000 000 

2 000 000 

2 500 000 

BUILDING & 

FLEET 

MANAGEMENT 

UPGRADE 

COMMUNITY 

FACILITIES 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE AND MAINTAIN 

ACCESSIBLE MUNICIPAL AND 

COMMUNITY FACILITIES 

NUMBER OF 

TOILETS UPGRADED 

DESIGN PLAN OF 

APPROXIMATELY 32 M2 

MALE AND FEMALE 

TOILETS 

ww 

PT 

ECF3 

410 

1400059 

UPGRADE OF PUBLIC 

TOILETS 


14 

R 

CRR 


400 000 

400 000 

400 000 

400 000 

BUILDING & 

FLEET 

MANAGEMENT 

UPGRADE 

COMMUNITY 

FACILITIES 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE AND MAINTAIN 

ACCESSIBLE MUNICIPAL AND 

COMMUNITY FACILITIES 

METER OF RUNWAY 

RESEALED. 

600M RESEAL AIRFIELD 

RUNWAY 

CO 

PY 

EMB3 

555 

1500072 

RESEAL AIRFIELD 

600M RESEAL AIRFIELD 

RUNWAY 

16 

R 

CRR 




600 000 



UPGRADE 

COMMUNITY 

FACILITIES 

Total 

















400 000 

400 000 

1 000 000 

400 000 

BUILDING & 

FLEET 

MANAGEMENT 

UPGRADE 

MUNICIPAL 

BUILDINGS 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE AND MAINTAIN 

ACCESSIBLE MUNICIPAL AND 

COMMUNITY FACILITIES 

DESIGN UPGRADE 

OF MHLUZI OFFICES 


CO 

PY 

EMB3 

151 

1400056 

UPGRADING OF 

MHLUZI OFFICES 

DESIGN MHLUZI 

OFFICES UPGRADE 

18 

R 

CRR 

300 000 

500 000 




BUILDING & 

FLEET 

MANAGEMENT 

UPGRADE 

MUNICIPAL 

BUILDINGS 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE AND MAINTAIN 

ACCESSIBLE MUNICIPAL AND 

COMMUNITY FACILITIES 





EMB3 

152 

1600069 

UPGRADE ACCESS 
CONTROL /CLOCKING 

INSTALL ACCES 

CONTROL,CLOCKING 

SYSTEM 



CRR (REV) 

150 000 






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Function 

Program Name 

KPA 

Goals 

Objective 

KPI from IDP 

Targets from IDP 

New 

Sub 

NEW IDP 

CODE 

Cost 

Centre 

Proj No 

Proj Output 

Revised Deliverables 

Ward 

Concept 

N/R/C 

Adj Fund 

Concept 

Approved 

2015/2016 

Approved 

2016/2017 

Approved 

2017/2018 

Approved 

2018/2019 

Approved 

2019/2020 

BUILDING & 

FLEET 

MANAGEMENT 

UPGRADE 

MUNICIPAL 

BUILDINGS 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE AND MAINTAIN 

ACCESSIBLE MUNICIPAL AND 

COMMUNITY FACILITIES 

DESIGN DEVELOP 

TO .... 


WW 

PT 

ECF3 

410 

1600017 

CONSTRUCTION OF 

PUBLIC ABLUTION 

FACILITIES 

CONSTRUCT 

APPROXIMATELY 32 M2 

MALE AND FEMALE 

TOILETS AT OLIFANTS 

RIVER 



CRR 

570 000 

465 000 

465 000 



BUILDING & 

FLEET 

MANAGEMENT 

UPGRADE 

MUNICIPAL 

BUILDINGS 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE AND MAINTAIN 

ACCESSIBLE MUNICIPAL AND 

COMMUNITY FACILITIES 

UPGRADED SERVICE 

CENTRES 

AT THE SERVICE CENTRE 

BY INSTALLING ENERGY 

SAVING SPOT LIGHTS 

WITH RADIUS OF 

150M2 

CO 

PY 

EMB3 

554 

1200070 

UPGRADING OF 

SERVICE CENTRE 

AT THE SERVICE CENTRE 

BY INSTALLING ENERGY 

SAVING SPOT LIGHTS 

WITH RADIUS OF 

150M2 

14 

R 

CRR 

600 000 





BUILDING & 

FLEET 

MANAGEMENT 

UPGRADE 

MUNICIPAL 

BUILDINGS 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE AND MAINTAIN 

ACCESSIBLE MUNICIPAL AND 

COMMUNITY FACILITIES 

PARKING CARPORTS 

CONTRACTED 

15 PARKING BAYS 

CO 

PY 

EMB3 

554 

1400063 

CONSTRUCTION OF 

CARPORTS AT SERVICE 

CENTRE 

15 PARKING BAYS 

13 

N 

CRR 

250 000 





BUILDING & 

FLEET 

MANAGEMENT 

UPGRADE 

MUNICIPAL 

BUILDINGS 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE AND UPGRADE 

BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES 

PROCURE ACCES 

CONTROL SYSTEM 

PROCURE ACCES/ 
CLOCKING CONTROL 

SYSTEM 

CO 

PY 

EMB3 

554 

1600045 

UPGRADE ACCESS TO 

MUNICIPAL 

BUILDINGS 

PROCURE ACCES/ 
CLOCKING CONTROL 

SYSTEM 



CRR (REV) 

150 000 





BUILDING & 

FLEET 

MANAGEMENT 

UPGRADE 

MUNICIPAL 

BUILDINGS 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE AND MAINTAIN 

ACCESSIBLE MUNICIPAL AND 

COMMUNITY FACILITIES 

METERS STORM 

WATER DRAINAGE 

TO BE INSTALLED. 

500 M STORM WATER 

DRAINAGE AND 

CHANNEL AT SUPPLY 

CHAIN OFFICES. 

CO 

PY 

EMB3 

554 

1600047 

STORM WATER 

MANAGEMENT ON 

MUNICIPAL 

BUILDINGS 

500 M STORM WATER 

DRAINAGE AND 

CHANNEL AT SUPPLY 

CHAIN OFFICES. 



CRR 

300 000 





BUILDING & 

FLEET 

MANAGEMENT 

UPGRADE 

MUNICIPAL 

BUILDINGS 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE AND UPGRADE 

BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES 

UPGRADE OF OLD 

AGE FLATS 

450 M2 CUP-LOCK 

ROOF SHEET, GUTTERS 
AND DOWN PIPES. 

CO 

PY 

EMB3 

555 

0000013 

UPGRADE OLD AGE 

FLATS 

450 M2 CUP-LOCK 

ROOF SHEET, GUTTERS 
AND DOWN PIPES. 

WARD 

12 

R 

CRR 

400 000 

400 000 

400 000 

400 000 

400 000 


UPGRADE 

MUNICIPAL 

BUILDINGS 

Total 
















2 720 000 

1 365 000 

865 000 

400 000 

400 000 

BUILDING & 

FLEET 

MANAGEMENT 

Total 

















6 846 500 

5 860 000 

4 765 000 

10 505 000 

10 569 500 


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Operational Budget for the three financial years from 2015/16 until 2017/18 



Actual 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Budget 


Forecast 

Forecast 

Corporate Services / Other Admin 

2013/14 

2014/15 

2014/15 

2015/16 


2016/17 

2017/18 


R 

R 

R 

R 


R 

R 

REVENUE BY SOURCE 








PROPERTY RATES 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

PENALTIES IMPOSED & COLLECTION CHARGES ON RATES 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

SERVICE CHARGES 

. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - TURNOVER 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - RENUMERATION 

. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

RENT OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

INTEREST EARNED - EXTERNAL INVESTMENTS 

. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

INTEREST EARNED - OUTSTANDING DEBTORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED 

. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

FINES 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

LICENSES & PERMITS 

. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

INCOME FOR AGENCY SERVICES 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - OPERATING 

3 671 236 

3 551 320 

3 551 320 

3 523 760 


3 623 120 

4 842 640 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - CAPITAL 

422 016 

- 

434 000 

- 


- 

- 

PUBLIC CONTRIBUTIONS &DONATIONS 

1 687 346 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

OTHER REVENUE 

5 184 476 

6 904 230 

6 321 142 

8212316 


8 726 524 

9 285 336 

GAIN ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

10 965 074 

10 455 550 

10 306 462 

11 736 076 

12 349 644 

14 127 976 

LESS REVENUE FOREGONE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

10 965 074 

10 455 550 

10 306 462 

11 736 076 

12 349 644 

14 127 976 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 








INTEREST RECEIVED - INTERNAL LOANS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

INTERNAL RECOVERIES (Activity Based Costing) 

17 401 539 

18 955 480 

19 252 596 

18 985 559 


20 119 757 

21 267 816 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED - INTERNAL 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

17 401 539 

18 955 480 

19 252 596 

18 985 559 

20 119 757 

21 267 816 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

28 366 613 

29 411 030 

29 559 058 

30 721 635 

32 469 401 

35 395 792 

OPERATING EXPENDITURE 








EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Wages & Salaries 

- 14 296 358 

- 17 701 478 

17 193617 

- 17 587 297 

- 

18 899 626 

- 20 396 413 

EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Social Contributions 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS CAPITALISED 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS ALLOCATED TO OTHER OPERATING 
ITEMS 








REMUNERATION OF COUNCILLORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

BAD DEBTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

COLLECTION COSTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DEPRECIATION (GAMAP) 

3 460 430 

3 978 082 

3 978 082 

3 669 787 

- 

3 540 101 

2 973 069 

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE - Municipal Assets 

2 961 959 

2 886 682 

3 142 387 

3 095 047 

- 

3 262 756 

3 487 333 

INTEREST EXPENSE - EXTERNAL BORROWINGS 

1 546 

890 

890 

186 


- 

- 

BULK PURCHASES 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 

6 670 937 

8 497 141 

8 067 141 

9 546 202 

- 

10 110 080 

- 10 556 147 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES PAID (F4.2) 

1 045 000 

1 685 000 

1 685 000 

1 675 000 

- 

1 865 000 

2 055 000 

GENERAL EXPENSES - OTHER 

- 14 281 060 

- 15 771 945 

15 776 798 

- 16 582 089 

- 

17 284 166 

- 19 440 192 

LOSS ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

98 665 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO/(FROM) PROVISIONS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 42 815 955 

- 50 521 218 

49 843 915 

- 52 155 608 

- 

54 961 729 

- 58 908 154 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 








INTEREST - INTERNAL BORROWINGS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

INTERNAL CHARGES (Activity Based Costing) 

915 309 

1 276 332 

1 321 307 

1 253 551 

- 

1 378 408 

1 454 235 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

915 309 

1 276 332 

1 321 307 

1 253 551 

1 - 1378 408 

1 454 235 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 43 731 264 

- 51 797 550 

51 165 222 

- 53 409 159 

- 

56 340 137 

- 60 362 389 

OPERA TING SURPL US / (DEFICIT) 

- 15 364 651 

- 22 386 520 

21 606 164 

- 22 687 524 

- 

23 870 736 

- 24 966 597 

LESS TAX 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) AFTERTAX 

- 15 364 651 

- 22 386 520 

21 606 164 

- 22 687 524 

- 

23 870 736 

- 24 966 597 

CROSS SUBSIDISATION 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

PLUS INTERESTS IN ENTERPRISES NOT WHOLLY OWNED 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

SURPLUS / (- DEFICIT) AFTER TAX, CROSS SUBSIDIES 

- 15 364 651 

- 22 386 520 

21 606 164 

- 22 687 524 

- 

23 870 736 

- 24 966 597 

OTHER ADJUSTMENTS AND TRANSFERS 








DIVIDENDS PAID (Municipal Entities Only) 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

ASSET FINANCING RESERVE (AFR) 

697 188 

720 234 

687 234 

625 070 

- 

1 207 980 

1 233 313 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX AFR 

- 

3 363 933 

3 363 933 

3 014 973 


2 953 853 

2 579 186 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX GOVT GRANTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX DONATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS 

- 

549 785 

549 785 

637 828 


580 212 

392 498 

SELF INSURANCE RESERVE 

64 532 

45 000 

45 000 

714 443 

- 

635 925 

689 296 

REVALUATION RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

OTHER 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE AFTER ADJUSTMENTS 

- 44 363 920 

- 48 649 066 

47 983 738 

- 51 095 871 

- 

54 649 977 

- 59 313 314 

CHANGE TO UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS / (ACCUMULATED 
DEFICIT) 

- 15 997 307 

- 19 238 036 

18 424 680 

- 20 374 236 

" 

22 180 576 

- 23 917 522 

LESS CAPITAL GRANTS RECOGNISED 

422 016 

- 

434 000 

- 


- 

- 


1 687 346 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

NET OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) 

- 18 106 669 

- 19 238 036 

18 858 680 

- 20 374 236 

- 

22 180 576 

- 23 917 522 









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CAPITAL BUDGET 2015/2016 - 2019/2020 


Function 

Program Name 

KPA 

Goals 

Objective 

KPI from IDP 

Targets from IDP 

New 

Sub 

NEW IDP 

CODE 

Cost 

Centre 

Proj No 

Proj Output 

Revised Deliverables 

Ward 

Concept 

N/R/C 

Adj Fund 

Concept 

Approved 

2015/2016 

Approved 

2016/2017 

Approved 

2017/2018 

Approved 

2018/2019 

Approved 

2019/2020 

CIVIL ENGINEER 

FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

EQUIP ORGANIZATION IN 

ORDER TO ENHANCE SERVICE 

DELIVERY 

PURCHASED 

FURNITURE 


CO 

OA 

EIS3 

500 

1000130 

OFFICE FURNITURE 

REPLACE REDUNDANT 

FURNITURE 

INSTITU 

TIONAL 

R 

CRR (REV) 


3 000 

8 000 

3 000 

8 000 


FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

Total 

















3 000 

8 000 

3 000 

8 000 

CIVIL ENGINEER 

PLANT & 

EQUIPMENT 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

EQUIP ORGANIZATION IN 

ORDER TO ENHANCE SERVICE 

DELIVERY 

PLANT AND 

EQUIPMENT 

REPLACED 

REPLACE 1 PEDESTRIAN 

ROLLER TO BE USED 

FOR ROAD 

MAINTENANCE IN 

MHLUZI AREA 

CO 

OA 

EIS3 

575 

1500002 

NEW PEDESTRIAN 

ROLLER 

REPLACE 1 PEDESTRIAN 

ROLLER TO BE USED 

FOR ROAD 

MAINTENANCE IN 

MHLUZI AREA 

INSTITU 

TIONAL 

R 

CRR 

220 000 






PLANT & 

EQUIPMENT 

Total 
















220 000 





CIVIL ENGINEER 

VEHICLES 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

EQUIP ORGANIZATION IN 

ORDER TO ENHANCE SERVICE 

DELIVERY 

PLANT AND 

EQUIPMENT 

REPLACED 

SIX SEATER 

TRANSPORTER 

VEHICLES 

CO 

OA 

EIS3 

575 

0007400 

TIPPER TRUCK (3 TON) 


INST 

N 

CRR 


500 000 




CIVIL ENGINEER 

VEHICLES 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

EQUIP ORGANIZATION IN 

ORDER TO ENHANCE SERVICE 

DELIVERY 

NUMBER OF 

VEHICLES REPLACED 

WITH TWO 6 SEATER 
TRANSPORT/MAINTENA 
NCE VEHICLES FOR 

MAINTENANCE OF CIVIL 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

CO 

OA 

EIS3 

575 

0008066 

REPLACE VEHICLES 

FOR WATER AND 

SEWER 

WITH TWO 6 SEATER 
TRANSPORT/MAINTENA 
NCE VEHICLES FOR 

MAINTENANCE OF CIVIL 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

INST 

R 

CRR 

780 000 

800 000 

800 000 

800 000 

800 000 

CIVIL ENGINEER 

VEHICLES 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

EQUIP ORGANIZATION IN 

ORDER TO ENHANCE SERVICE 

DELIVERY 

PLANT AND 

EQUIPMENT 

REPLACED 

REPLACE CTZ 562 MP 

CO 

OA 

EIS3 

575 

1100070 

FLATBED TRUCK 1.3 

TON 

REPLACE CTZ 562 MP 

INST 

R 

CRR 

400 000 





CIVIL ENGINEER 

VEHICLES 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

EQUIP ORGANIZATION IN 

ORDER TO ENHANCE SERVICE 

DELIVERY 

PLANT AND 

EQUIPMENT 

REPLACED 

PURCHASE ADDITIONAL 

5 TON FLATBED TIPPER 

TRUCK FOR ROAD 

MAINTENANCE 

CO 

OA 

EIS3 

575 

1100071 

FLATBED TIPPER 

TRUCK 5 TON 

PURCHASE ADDITIONAL 

5 TON FLATBED TIPPER 

TRUCK FOR ROAD 

MAINTENANCE 

INST 

N 

CRR 



500 000 



CIVIL ENGINEER 

VEHICLES 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

EQUIP ORGANIZATION IN 

ORDER TO ENHANCE SERVICE 

DELIVERY 

PLANT AND 

EQUIPMENT 

REPLACED 

PANELVANTOBE USED 

AS MOBILE 

LABORATORY AND 

TAKING OF WATER 

SAMPLES 

CO 

OA 

EIS3 

575 

1100074 

PANEL VAN FOR 

MOBILE LABORATORY 

PANEL VAN TO BE USED 

AS MOBILE 

LABORATORY AND 

TAKING OF WATER 

SAMPLES 

N 

N 

CRR 




250 000 


CIVIL ENGINEER 

VEHICLES 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

EQUIP ORGANIZATION IN 

ORDER TO ENHANCE SERVICE 

DELIVERY 

PURCHASED 

VEHICLES 

PURCHASE NEW BACK 

ACTOR FOR 

ENHANCEMENT OF 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

CO 

OA 

EIS3 

575 

1100148 

NEW BACK ACTOR 

PURCHASE NEW BACK 

ACTOR FOR 

ENHANCEMENT OF 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

INST 

N 

CRR 

800 000 


850 000 


850 000 

CIVIL ENGINEER 

VEHICLES 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

EQUIP ORGANIZATION IN 

ORDER TO ENHANCE SERVICE 

DELIVERY 

NUMBER OF 

REPLACED VEHICLES 

DGD961 MP ( 410 500 
KM) & CJD 838 MP ( 299 
813 KM). 

CO 

OA 

EIS3 

575 

1400115 

REPLACE VEHICLES 

FOR ROADS 

VEHICLES TO BE 

REPLACED DGD961MP 
( 410 500 KM) 8. CJD 

838 MP ( 299 813 KM). 

INSTITU 

TIONAL 

R 

CRR 

780 000 

800 000 

800 000 

812 000 

815 000 

CIVIL ENGINEER 

VEHICLES 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

EQUIP ORGANIZATION IN 

ORDER TO ENHANCE SERVICE 

DELIVERY 

NUMBER OF 

VEHICLE REPLACED 

WHICH WAS STOLEN 

AND DVC221MP WHICH 

WAS BURNED OUT 

WITH 2X6 SEATER 

TRANSPORTERS 

CO 

OA 

EIS3 

575 

1600060 

REPLACE VEHICLE 

WHICH WAS STOLEN 

AND DVC221MP WHICH 

WAS BURNED OUT 

WITH 2X6 SEATER 

TRANSPORTERS 


R 

INSURANC 

E 

760 000 






VEHICLES 

Total 
















3 520 000 

2 100 000 

2 950 000 

1 862 000 

2 465 000 

CIVIL ENGINEER 

Total 

















3 740 000 

2 103 000 

2 958 000 

1 865 000 

2 473 000 


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Operational Budget for the three financial years from 2015/16 until 2017/18 



Actual 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Budget 

Forecast 

Forecast 

Planning and Development / Total 

2013/14 

2014/15 

2014/15 

2015/16 

2016/17 

2017/18 


R 

R 

R 

R 

R 

R 

REVENUE BY SOURCE 







PROPERTY RATES 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

PENALTIES IMPOSED & COLLECTION CHARGES ON RATES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

SERVICE CHARGES 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - TURNOVER 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - RENUMERATION 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

RENT OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTEREST EARNED - EXTERNAL INVESTMENTS 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

INTEREST EARNED - OUTSTANDING DEBTORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

FINES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LICENSES & PERMITS 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

INCOME FOR AGENCY SERVICES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - OPERATING 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - CAPITAL 

34 176 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

PUBLIC CONTRIBUTIONS &DONATIONS 

1 619 650 

1 528 340 

1 528 340 

4 500 000 

4 200 000 

5 010 000 

OTHER REVENUE 

1 446 260 

1 490 883 

1 428 830 

1 573 097 

1 641 749 

1 725 429 

GAIN ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

3 100 086 

3 019 223 

2 957 170 

6 073 097 

5 841 749 

6 735 429 

LESS REVENUE FOREGONE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

3 100 086 

3 019 223 

2 957 170 

6 073 097 

5 841 749 

6 735 429 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 







INTEREST RECEIVED - INTERNAL LOANS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTERNAL RECOVERIES (Activity Based Costing) 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED - INTERNAL 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

3 100 086 

3 019 223 

2 957 170 

6 073 097 

5 841 749 

6 735 429 

OPERATING EXPENDITURE 







EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Wages & Salaries 

8 132 057 

8 963 710 

8 842 066 

9 170 978 

9 858 801 

- 10 647 509 

EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Social Contributions 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS CAPITALISED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS ALLOCATED TO OTHER OPERATING 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

ITEMS 







REMUNERATION OF COUNCILLORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

BAD DEBTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

COLLECTION COSTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRECIATION (GAMAP) 

701 515 

2 529 019 

2 529 019 

1 492 868 

1 514 263 

1 284 050 

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE - Municipal Assets 

1 409 

6 000 

6 000 

3 000 

3 000 

3 000 

INTEREST EXPENSE - EXTERNAL BORROWINGS 

5 972 

73 689 

73 689 

10 931 

10 851 

11 172 

BULK PURCHASES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES PAID (F4.2) 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GENERAL EXPENSES - OTHER 

3 797 423 

6 414 338 

6 395 911 

8 063 310 

6 930 799 

7 357 894 

LOSS ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

1 557 677 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO/(FROM) PROVISIONS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 14 196 054 

- 17 986 756 

17 846 685 

- 18 741 087 

18 317 714 

- 19 303 625 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 







INTEREST - INTERNAL BORROWINGS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTERNAL CHARGES (Activity Based Costing) 

637 864 

888 323 

888 184 

923 172 

1 012 276 

1 087 756 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

637 864 

888 323 

888 184 

923 172 

1 012 276 

1 087 756 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 14 833 918 

- 18 875 079 

18 734 869 

- 19 664 259 

19 329 990 

- 20 391 381 

OPERA TING SURPL US / (DEFICIT) 

- 11 733 832 

- 15 855 856 

15 777 699 

- 13 591 162 

13 488 241 

- 13 655 952 

LESS TAX 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) AFTERTAX 

- 11 733 832 

- 15 855 856 

15 777 699 

- 13 591 162 

13 488 241 

- 13 655 952 

CROSS SUBSIDISATION 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

PLUS INTERESTS IN ENTERPRISES NOT WHOLLY OWNED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

SURPLUS / (- DEFICIT) AFTER TAX, CROSS SUBSIDIES 

- 11 733 832 

- 15 855 856 

15 777 699 

- 13 591 162 

13 488 241 

- 13 655 952 

OTHER ADJUSTMENTS AND TRANSFERS 







DIVIDENDS PAID (Municipal Entities Only) 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

ASSET FINANCING RESERVE (AFR) 

161 868 

237 573 

237 573 

150 604 

161 976 

162 279 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX AFR 

- 

1 552 921 

1 552 921 

870 251 

894 551 

898 521 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX GOVT GRANTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX DONATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS 

- 

869 536 

869 536 

547 929 

550 729 

354 616 

SELF INSURANCE RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

REVALUATION RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OTHER 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE AFTER ADJUSTMENTS 

- 14 995 786 

- 16 690 195 

16 549 985 

- 18 396 683 

18 046 686 

- 19 300 523 

CHANGE TO UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS / (ACCUMULATED 

- 11 895 700 

- 13 670 972 

13 592 815 

- 12 323 586 

12 204 937 

- 12 565 094 

DEFICIT) 







LESS CAPITAL GRANTS RECOGNISED 

34 176 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


1 619 650 

1 528 340 

1 528 340 

4 500 000 

4 200 000 

5 010 000 

NET OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) 

- 13 549 526 

- 15 199 312 

15 121 155 

- 16 823 586 

16 404 937 

- 17 575 094 









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Internal Department: LED & Job creation 


Location of SDBIP 

www.stevetshwetelm.aov.za/treasurv.htlm 

Description of services 

Development and revision of the LED strategy 

• Create a conducive environment 

• Job creation 

• Alleviate poverty 

• Skills development 

• Business development 
. SMMEs 

• Promote Private sector involvement 

Senior management structure 

The LED dep artment is manag ed by the Assistant Director Performanc e 
Management System, who reports directly to the Director Strategic Support in 
the office of the Municipal Manager. 

ALIGNMENT WITH IDP 

STRATEGIC GOAL: ECONOMIC GROWTH AND POVERTY ALLIVIATION 

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE: To ensure a better life for the society by coordinating sustainable social and 

economic developmental programs. 

OBJECTIVES 

STRATEGIES 

PROGRAMME / ACTIVITY 

To create a conducive environment for 
business investment and growth for job 
creation. 

Develop an LED strategy with specific 
projects/programs, resources required, time 
frames and institutions responsible for 
implementation. 

Appointment of service 
providers to assist in developing 
the LED strategy. 

Capacitating LED Unit to participate in all 
LED related structures. 

Compiling of socio-economic 
information to develop LED 
strategy. 

Establish the economic impact of the mining 
sector in STLM. 

Conduct economic study on the 
mining sector and its economic 
impact. 

To contribute towards a better life for the 
community by coordinating sustainable 
socio-economic development programs. 

Encourage and promote information sharing 
sessions. 

Coordinate the CWP, EPWP, 

FTE programmes 

Engage private and public sectors to present 
to SMME’s and Cooperatives opportunities 
available within their areas of operation. 

Identify SMME’s and 
cooperatives that need 
assistance. 


Assist in identification of 
business facilities for SMME’s 
development. 

To contribute towards a better life for the 
community by coordinating sustainable 
socio-economic development programs. 

Assist in capacitating SMME’s and 
cooperatives to participate in to the 
mainstream economy of STLM. 

Coordinate workshops/Seminars 
in collaboration with government 
departments/agencies and 
private sector. 

Support programmes and projects aimed to 
develop the community. 

Identify LED projects/programs 
that require funding. 

Coordinate LED related summits and events. 

Coordinate Agricultural, Tourism 
and LED Summits which aim to 
attract youth and women into the 
respective sectors. 

Introduce a community work programme. 

Participate in the coordination of 
Career Expo. 

Establish partnerships through 
community work programmes. 

Capital programme 

The five year capital programme is attached. The full detail is contained in the 
SDBIP document. 


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Internal Department: IDP 


Location of SDBIP 


www.stevetshwetelm.gov.za/treasury.html 


Description of services 


The IDP Unit provides the following services: 

• Development and revision of Council’s Integrated Development Plan. 

• Consolidate all developmental needs of the community 

• Organize and facilitate IDP/PMS Technical Committee meetings. 

• Organize and facilitate IDP/PMS Representative Forum meetings. 

• Organize stakeholder meetings to lobby for the fu nding to implement 
IDP projects 

• Facilitate the alignment of budget to IDP 


Senior management structure 


The IDP department is managed by the IDP Manager, who reports directly 
to the Director Development and Strategic Support 


ALIGNMENT WITH IDP 


STRATEGIC GOAL: The provision of effective , efficient and transformed human capital and sound 

labour relations 


OBJECTIVES 

STRATEGIES 

PROGRAMME / ACTIVITY 

To guide and informs the municipal 
planning, budget, management and 
development actions 

Development and rev ision of 
Council’s Integrated Development 
Plan. 

Develop and implement the IDP 
process plan 

Drafting of the IDP document 

Facilitate the Prioritization of project 
and programme from the IDP in the 
municipal budget and PMS process 

Departments strategic Makgotla 

Develop, strengthen and maintain 
relationships with relevant 

stakeholders or role pi ayers and 
other implementing agents 

Ensure that internal departments are 
implanting projects as set out in the 

IDP 

Project steering committee 
meeting 

Coordinate various meetings with the 
community, sector departments and 
private sector on the development, 
implementation and performance of 
the IDP 

Community consultations 

IDP rep forum 

IDP technical steering 
committee 

Stakeholder meetings 

Changes to service levels 

No changes to current se rvice levels are expe cted over the me dium 
revenue and expenditure framework term. 

Summary of revenue and 
expenditure 

The detailed operating revenue and expenditure, as well a s capital 
expenditure, is attached in the schedules to follow. 

Capital programme 

The IDP Department does not have a capital programme over the term 
covered by the medium term revenue and expenditure framework. 


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Operational Budget for the three financial years from 2015/16 until 2017/18 




Actual 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 


Budget 


Forecast 


Forecast 

Planning & Development / LED & IDP 


2013/14 

2014/15 

2014/15 


2015/16 


2016/17 


2017/18 



R 

R 

R 


R 


R 


R 

REVENUE BY SOURCE 











PROPERTY RATES 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

PENALTIES IMPOSED & COLLECTION CHARGES ON RATES 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

SERVICE CHARGES 


. 

. 

. 


. 


. 


. 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - TURNOVER 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - RENUMERATION 


. 

. 

. 


. 


. 


. 

RENT OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

INTEREST EARNED - EXTERNAL INVESTMENTS 


. 

. 

. 


. 


. 


. 

INTEREST EARNED - OUTSTANDING DEBTORS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED 


. 

. 

. 


. 


. 


. 

FINES 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

LICENSES & PERMITS 


. 

. 

. 


. 


. 


. 

INCOME FOR AGENCY SERVICES 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - OPERATING 


. 

. 

. 


. 


. 


. 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - CAPITAL 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

PUBLIC CONTRIBUTIONS &DONATIONS 


227 010 

- 

- 


2 000 000 


2 000 000 


3 000 000 

OTHER REVENUE 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

GAIN ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

227 010 

- 

- 

2 000 000 

2 000 000 

3 000 000 

LESS REVENUE FOREGONE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

227 010 

- 

- 

2 000 000 

2 000 000 

3 000 000 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 











INTEREST RECEIVED - INTERNAL LOANS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

INTERNAL RECOVERIES (Activity Based Costing) 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED - INTERNAL 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

227 010 

- 

- 

2 000 000 

2 000 000 

3 000 000 

OPERATING EXPENDITURE 











EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Wages & Salaries 

- 

2 259 947 

2 885 293 

2 923 399 

- 

3 147 183 

- 

3 383 222 

- 

3 653 878 

EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Social Contributions 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS CAPITALISED 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS ALLOCATED TO OTHER OPERATING 
ITEMS 











REMUNERATION OF COUNCILLORS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

BAD DEBTS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

COLLECTION COSTS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

DEPRECIATION (GAMAP) 

- 

95 053 

107 201 

107 201 

- 

1 1 1 004 

- 

109417 

- 

107 680 

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE - Municipal Assets 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

INTEREST EXPENSE - EXTERNAL BORROWINGS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

BULK PURCHASES 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES PAID (F4.2) 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

GENERAL EXPENSES - OTHER 

- 

946 170 

1 405 291 

1 427 980 

- 

1 546 089 

- 

1 651 098 

- 

1 768 298 

LOSS ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

- 

200 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO/(FROM) PROVISIONS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 

3 301 371 

4 397 785 

4 458 580 

- 

4 804 276 

- 

5 143 737 

- 

5 529 856 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 











INTEREST - INTERNAL BORROWINGS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

INTERNAL CHARGES (Activity Based Costing) 

- 

92 431 

129 267 

132 932 

- 

189 062 

- 

202 950 

- 

213 397 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 

92 431 

129 267 

132 932 

189 062 

- 

202 950 

213 397 | 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 

3 393 802 

4 527 052 

4 591 512 

- 

4 993 338 

- 

5 346 687 

- 

5 743 253 

OPERA TING SURPL US / (DEFICIT) 

- 

3 166 792 

4 527 052 

4 591 512 

- 

2 993 338 

- 

3 346 687 

- 

2 743 253 

LESS TAX 


- 

- 



- 1 

OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) AFTERTAX 

- 

3 166 792 

4 527 052 

4 591 512 

- 

2 993 338 

- 

3 346 687 

- 

2 743 253 

CROSS SUBSIDISATION 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

PLUS INTERESTS IN ENTERPRISES NOT WHOLLY OWNED 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

SURPLUS / (- DEFICIT) AFTER TAX, CROSS SUBSIDIES 

- 

3 166 792 

4 527 052 

4 591 512 

- 

2 993 338 

- 

3 346 687 

- 

2 743 253 

OTHER ADJUSTMENTS AND TRANSFERS 











DIVIDENDS PAID (Municipal Entities Only) 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

ASSET FINANCING RESERVE (AFR) 

- 

14 772 

58 585 

58 585 

- 

24 846 

- 

26 301 

- 

22 307 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX AFR 


- 

105 184 

105 184 


95 572 


93 998 


92 260 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX GOVT GRANTS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX DONATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS 


- 

- 

- 


15 351 


15 351 


15 351 

SELF INSURANCE RESERVE 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

REVALUATION RESERVE 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

OTHER 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE AFTER ADJUSTMENTS 

- 

3 408 574 

4 480 453 

4 544 913 

- 

4 907 261 

“ 

5 263 639 

- 

5 657 949 

CHANGE TO UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS / (ACCUMULATED 
DEFICIT) 


3 181 564 

4 480 453 

4 544 913 

" 

2 907 261 

_ 

3 263 639 

" 

2 657 949 

LESS CAPITAL GRANTS RECOGNISED 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 


- 

227 010 

- 

- 

- 

2 000 000 

- 

2 000 000 

- 

3 000 000 

NET OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) 

- 

3 408 574 

4 480 453 

4 544 913 

- 

4 907 261 

- 

5 263 639 

- 

5 657 949 







1 


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CAPITAL BUDGET 2015/2016 - 2019/2020 


Function 

Program Name 

KPA 

Goals 

Objective 

KPI from IDP 

Targets from IDP 

New 

Sub 

NEW IDP 

CODE 

Cost 

Centre 

Proj No 

Proj Output 

Revised Deliverables 

Ward 

Concept 

N/R/C 

Adj Fund 

Concept 

Approved 

2015/2016 

Approved 

2016/2017 

Approved 

2017/2018 

Approved 

2018/2019 

Approved 

2019/2020 

LOCAL 

ECONOMIC 

DEVELOPMENT 

FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

LOCAL ECONOMIC 

DEVELOPMENT 

ECONOMIC GROWTH AND 

POVERTY ALLEVIATION 

PROMOTE ORGANIZATIONAL 

EFFICIENCY 

PURCHASED 

FURNITURE 

TWO CHAIRS 

PD 

IL 

DLE2 

124 

1500063 

OFFICE FURNITURE & 

EQUIPMENT 

TWO CHAIRS 

INST 

N 

CRR (REV) 

1500 






FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

Total 
















1500 





LOCAL 

ECONOMIC 

DEVELOPMENT 

Total 

















1500 






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Internal Department: Town Planning 


Location of SDBIP 

www.stevetshwetelm.qov.za/treasurv.htlm 

Description of services 

The Town Planning Department provides strategic p lanning and spatial 
planning of towns, land use management and physical development within the 
jurisdiction area ofth e Steve Tshwete Local Municipality in the following 
manner: 


• Compilation of Spatial Development Framework which is reviewed as and 
when necessary, 

• Compilation of town planning and building related policies, 

• Evaluation of applications for township establishment, rezoning, consent 
use, subdivision, consolidation, placing of public telephone containers, 
erection of outdoor advertising signs and applications for any land related 
development. 

• Regulation and management of land uses. 

• Conducting inspections of building plans and site development plans. 

• Conducting of buildings inspections to ensure that buildings are erected in 
accordance with the a pproved building plans and required building 
standards and regulations. 

• Involving the community in town planning matters. 

• Identifying land for the different land use needs 

• Regulating dumping illegal of building rubble 

• Identifying land for cr eation of rur al villages in order to address the 
problem of security tenure and access to basic services on farms 

• Provision of land for livestock and crop farming in order to stimulate local 
economic development and create food security. 

Senior management structure 

The Town Planning Department, which is headed by the Director Town 

Planning and Human Settlements, forms part of the directorate Infrastructure 
Services, and is headed by the Executive Director Infrastructure Services, Mr. 

NB Thobela. 

ALIGNMENT WITH IDP 

STRATEGIC GOAL: COST EFFECTIVE & SUSTAIN ANBLE SERVICE DELIVERY 

Strategic Objective: To ensure coordinated rural and urban planning and development within MP313 area 
of jurisdiction in order to meet the needs of the communities in a sustainable manner. 

OBJECTIVES 

STRATEGIES 

PROGRAMME / ACTIVITY 

To ensure orderly spatial planning and 
sustainable development within the 
municipal area towards the integration of 
communities. 

Dialogue and consultation with the farm 
owners on STLM objectives. 

Acquisition of farm land 
adjacent to established 
townships, where necessary. 


Resource mobilization with National and 
Provincial Departments. 



Formalization of informal settlements. 

Establishment of Newtown 
Extension and upgrading of the 
existing informal settlement 



Formalization of the existing 
Kwazamokuhle informal 
settlement. 


Involvement of the pu blic in pr oposed 
developments. 

Publication in newspapers 

To ensure orderly spatial planning and 
sustainable development within the 

Providing institutional efficiency and 
capacity building. 

Training of staff members. 
Appointment of additional 


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municipal area towards the integration of 
communities. 


personnel. 

Enforce the Spatial Development 

Framework and the Steve Tshwete Town 
Planning Scheme, 2004 

Review Spatial Development 
Framework 

Compile Steve Tshwete Land 

Use Management Scheme. 


Creation of additional church stands. 

Enforce development and 
utilization of church erven. 



Provide sufficient church erven in 
new township developments. 


Provision of resid ential sites in order t o 
address the demand by the community. 

Identify and purchase land for 
residential development. 

Township establishment 
projects in progress: 

Rockdale North, Middelburg Ext 
42, Dennesig North, Dennesig 
North Ext 1, Kwazamokuhle Ext 

9. Newtown Extension and 
Newtown Informal Settlement 
Upgrading, Creation of additionl 
sites at Somaphepha 



New townships to be 
established: 



Aerorand South-Phase 2&3, 
Kwazamokuhle East, 
Kwazamokuhle Ext 10, 

Kanonkop North, Rockdale 

North Extension 1 

To ensure orderly spatial planning and 
sustainable development within the 
municipal area towards the integration of 
communities. 

Management of spatial development 

according to provincial and national 
legislation. 

Promotion of infill development on suitable 
and vacant municipal land. 

Revise spatial development 
framework as prescribed. 

To ensure integrate d and sustainable 
human settlements in the municipal area 

Provision of business and industrial sites in 
order to stimulate Local Economic 
Development 

• Proclamation of Middelburg 

Ext 49 Industrial Park 

• Proclamation Node D Mixed 
Use Development 

• Establishment of Kwaza East, 

• Designing of Cosmos Node 

• Make provision of industrial 
sites at Kwaza Extension 9 
Township. 

• Provision of business sites at 
Aerorand South-Phase 1&2 

• Provision of business sites at 
Node D 

• Provide sufficient business 
erven in new township 
developments. 


Regulation of land use and building activities. 

Enforcement of law to ensure 
observance of town planning 
scheme, National Building 
Regulations and New ‘Green’ 
Building Standards and SDF. 


Promoting efficient and optimal use of land. 

Delineate areas for 
densification, encourage mixed 


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land uses on one stand and 
compaction of the town. 
Compilation of a Policy 

Densifi cation 

To make provisio n for habitable and 
sustainable human settlement. 

Promote security of tenure to farm dwellers 
by establishing more rural villages. 

• Review the rural village 
nodes identified by the rural 
study. 

• Establish 4 th rural village. 

• Providing land for small-scale 
farming for the farm dwellers 
and some urban dwellers 
where possible. 

• Creation of additional sites at 
Somaphepha Village 

Promoting the correction of historically 
segregated spatial planning of settlement. 

• Registration of Middelburg 
Ext 42, Dennesig North and 
Dennesig North Ext 1 for the 
development of inclusionary 
housing. 

• Identification and 

demarcation of land for 
restructuring zones in the 
towns of Middelburg, 

Aerorand and Hendrina. 

• Identify land for development 
of inclusionary housing. 

Encouraging long term development plans 
and incorporates them into the Spatial 
Development Framework. 

• Development a capital 
investment development 
plan. 

• Review the Spatial 
Development Framework 

Practice green development by promoting 
efficient use of energy in buildings. 

• Encourage Architects, 
Architectural Technologists, 
Draughtsman Developers 
and property owners to 
design and build structures 
that are energy efficient in 
compliance with the Green 
Building Regulations. 

• Develop a policy on "Green 
Buildings 

Changes to service levels 

No changes to current service levels are expected over the term c overed by 
the medium revenue and expenditure framework. 

Summary of revenue and 
expenditure 

The detailed operating revenue by source, operating and capital expenditure by 
type is attached in the schedules which follow. 

Capital programme 

The five year capital programme is attached. The full detail is contained in the 
SDBIP document. 

Key capital expenditure includes: 

R1 .2- million for provision OD developable land 

The capital programme for the Town Planning Department amounts to R1.2- 
million and represents 0.5% ofth e overall capital programme of the 
municipality for the 201 5/201 6 financial year. 


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Operational Budget for the three financial years from 2015/16 until 2017/18 


Planning & Development / Town 


Actual 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Budget 


Forecast 

Forecast 

Planning 


2013/14 

2014/15 

2014/15 

2015/16 


2016/17 

2017/18 


R 

R 

R 

R 


R 

R 

REVENUE BY SOURCE 









PROPERTY RATES 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

PENALTIES IMPOSED & COLLECTION CHARGES ON RATES 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

SERVICE CHARGES 


. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - TURNOVER 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - RENUMERATION 


. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

RENT OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

INTEREST EARNED - EXTERNAL INVESTMENTS 


. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

INTEREST EARNED - OUTSTANDING DEBTORS 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED 


. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

FINES 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

LICENSES & PERMITS 


. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

INCOME FOR AGENCY SERVICES 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - OPERATING 


. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - CAPITAL 


34 176 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

PUBLIC CONTRIBUTIONS &DONATIONS 


1 392 640 

1 528 340 

1 528 340 

2 500 000 


2 200 000 

2 010 000 

OTHER REVENUE 


1 446 260 

1 490 883 

1 428 830 

1 573 097 


1 641 749 

1 725 429 

GAIN ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

2 873 076 

3 019 223 

2 957 170 

4 073 097 

3 841 749 

3 735 429 

LESS REVENUE FOREGONE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

2 873 076 

3 019 223 

2 957 170 

4 073 097 

3 841 749 

3 735 429 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 









INTEREST RECEIVED - INTERNAL LOANS 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

INTERNAL RECOVERIES (Activity Based Costing) 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED - INTERNAL 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

2 873 076 

3 019 223 

2 957 170 

4 073 097 

3 841 749 

3 735 429 

OPERATING EXPENDITURE 









EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Wages & Salaries 

- 

5 872 110 

6 078 417 

5 918 667 

6 023 795 

- 

6 475 579 

6 993 631 

EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Social Contributions 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS CAPITALISED 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS ALLOCATED TO OTHER OPERATING 
ITEMS 









REMUNERATION OF COUNCILLORS 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

BAD DEBTS 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

COLLECTION COSTS 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DEPRECIATION (GAMAP) 

- 

606 462 

2 421 818 

2 421 818 

1 381 864 

- 

1 404 846 

1 176 370 

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE - Municipal Assets 

- 

1 409 

6 000 

6 000 

3 000 

- 

3 000 

3 000 

INTEREST EXPENSE - EXTERNAL BORROWINGS 

- 

5 972 

73 689 

73 689 

10 931 

- 

10 851 

11 172 

BULK PURCHASES 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES PAID (F4.2) 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

GENERAL EXPENSES - OTHER 

- 

2 851 253 

5 009 047 

4 967 931 

6 517 221 

- 

5 279 701 

5 589 596 

LOSS ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

- 

1 557 477 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO/(FROM) PROVISIONS 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 10 894 683 

- 13 588 971 

13 388 105 

- 13 936 811 

- 

13 173 977 

- 13 773 769 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 









INTEREST - INTERNAL BORROWINGS 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

INTERNAL CHARGES (Activity Based Costing) 

- 

545 433 

759 056 

755 252 

734 110 

- 

809 326 

874 359 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 

545 433 

759 056 

755 252 

734 110 

- 

809 326 

874 359 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 11 440 116 

- 14 348 027 

14 143 357 

- 14 670 921 

- 

13 983 303 

- 14 648 128 

OPERA TING SURPL US / (DEFICIT) 


8 567 040 

- 11 328 804 

11 186 187 

- 10 597 824 

- 

10 141 554 

- 10 912 699 

LESS TAX 


- 

- 

- 


- 

OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) AFTERTAX 

- 

8 567 040 

- 11 328 804 

11 186 187 

- 10 597 824 

- 

10 141 554 

- 10 912 699 

CROSS SUBSIDISATION 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

PLUS INTERESTS IN ENTERPRISES NOT WHOLLY OWNED 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

SURPLUS / (- DEFICIT) AFTER TAX, CROSS SUBSIDIES 

- 

8 567 040 

- 11 328 804 

11 186 187 

- 10 597 824 

- 

10 141 554 

- 10 912 699 

OTHER ADJUSTMENTS AND TRANSFERS 









DIVIDENDS PAID (Municipal Entities Only) 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

ASSET FINANCING RESERVE (AFR) 

- 

147 096 

178 988 

178 988 

125 758 

- 

135 675 

139 972 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX AFR 


- 

1 447 737 

1 447 737 

774 679 


800 553 

806 261 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX GOVT GRANTS 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX DONATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS 


- 

869 536 

869 536 

532 578 


535 378 

339 265 

SELF INSURANCE RESERVE 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

REVALUATION RESERVE 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

OTHER 


- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE AFTER ADJUSTMENTS 

- 11 587 212 

- 12 209 742 

12 005 072 

- 13 489 422 

- 

12 783 047 

- 13 642 574 

CHANGE TO UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS / (ACCUMULATED 
DEFICIT) 

" 

8 714 136 

9 190 519 

9 047 902 

9 416 325 

_ 

8 941 298 

9 907 145 

LESS CAPITAL GRANTS RECOGNISED 

- 

34 176 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 


- 

1 392 640 

1 528 340 

1 528 340 

2 500 000 

- 

2 200 000 

2 010 000 

NET OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) 

- 10 140 952 

- 10 718 859 

10 576 242 

- 11 916 325 

- 

11 141 298 

- 11 917 145 









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CAPITAL BUDGET 2015/2016 - 2019/2020 


Function 

Program Name 

KPA 

Goals 

Objective 

KPI from IDP 

Targets from IDP 

New 

Sub 

NEW IDP 

CODE 

Cost 

Centre 

Proj No 

Proj Output 

Revised Deliverables 

Ward 

Concept 

N/R/C 

Adj Fund 

Concept 

Approved 

2015/2016 

Approved 

2016/2017 

Approved 

2017/2018 

Approved 

2018/2019 

Approved 

2019/2020 

TOWN 

PLANNING 

FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

ENSURE INTEGRATED SPATIAL 
PLANNING, LAND USE 
MANAGEMENT AND 

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT 

FURNITURE & 

OFFICE EQUIPMENT 

PURCHASED 

2 BULK FILLING 

CABINETS & TABEL 

WITH CHAIRS 

PD 

PL 

FSP4 

502 

1300053 

FURNITURE & OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

2 BULK FILLING 

CABINETS & TABEL 

WITH CHAIRS 

INST 

N 

CRR (REV) 


3 000 


35 000 

3 000 


FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

Total 

















3 000 


35 000 

3 000 

TOWN 

PLANNING 

PROVISION OD 

DEVELOPABLE 

LAND 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

ENSURE INTEGRATED AND 

SUSTAINABLE HUMAN 

SETTLEMENTS 

NR OF STANDS 

PROCLAIMED 

300 STANDS IN 

SOMAPHEPHA 

PD 

PL 

FSP4 

502 

1500031 

TOWNSHIP 

DEVELOPMENT AT 

SOMAPHEPHA 

300 STANDS IN 

SOMAPHEPHA 

9 

N 

CRR 

150 000 





TOWN 

PLANNING 

PROVISION OD 

DEVELOPABLE 

LAND 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

ENSURE INTEGRATED AND 

SUSTAINABLE HUMAN 

SETTLEMENTS 

NR OF NEW STANDS 

CREATED 

CREATION OF 4320 
STANDS (GEO-TECH & 
EIA) 

PD 

PL 

FSP4 

502 

1600019 

TOWNSHIP 

DEVELOPMENT 

DOORNKOP 

RESETTLEMENT 

CREATION OF 4320 
STANDS (GEO-TECH & 
EIA) 

9 


CRR 

1 000 000 






PROVISION OD 

DEVELOPABLE 

LAND 

Total 
















1 150 000 





TOWN 

PLANNING 

Total 

















1 150 000 

3 000 


35 000 

3 000 


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Operational Budget for the three financial years from 2015/16 until 2017/18 



Actual 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Budget 

Forecast 

Forecast 

Health / Total 

2013/14 

2014/15 

2014/15 

2015/16 

2016/17 

2017/18 


R 

R 

R 

R 

R 

R 

REVENUE BY SOURCE 







PROPERTY RATES 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

PENALTIES IMPOSED & COLLECTION CHARGES ON RATES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

SERVICE CHARGES 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - TURNOVER 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - RENUMERATION 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

RENT OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTEREST EARNED - EXTERNAL INVESTMENTS 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

INTEREST EARNED - OUTSTANDING DEBTORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

FINES 

50 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LICENSES & PERMITS 

- 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

INCOME FOR AGENCY SERVICES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - OPERATING 

- 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - CAPITAL 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

PUBLIC CONTRIBUTIONS &DONATIONS 

- 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

OTHER REVENUE 

338 920 

258 067 

258 067 

299 700 

316 080 

339 300 

GAIN ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

338 970 

258 067 

258 067 

299 700 

316 080 

339 300 

LESS REVENUE FOREGONE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

338 970 

258 067 

258 067 

299 700 

316 080 

339 300 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 







INTEREST RECEIVED - INTERNAL LOANS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTERNAL RECOVERIES (Activity Based Costing) 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED - INTERNAL 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

338 970 

258 067 

258 067 

299 700 

316 080 

339 300 

OPERATING EXPENDITURE 







EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Wages & Salaries 

3 421 680 

1 896 240 

1 944 776 

2 342 148 

2 525 309 

2 735 334 

EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Social Contributions 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS CAPITALISED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS ALLOCATED TO OTHER OPERATING 

_ 

_ 

- 

_ 

_ 

_ 

ITEMS 







REMUNERATION OF COUNCILLORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

BAD DEBTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

COLLECTION COSTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRECIATION (GAMAP) 

1 855 718 

1 966 968 

1 966 968 

1 1 1 346 

104 077 

105 287 

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE - Municipal Assets 

673 173 

462 500 

460 000 

397 200 

407 060 

421 600 

INTEREST EXPENSE - EXTERNAL BORROWINGS 

3 267 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

BULK PURCHASES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 

158 768 

79 089 

60 914 

7 170 

7 600 

8 100 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES PAID (F4.2) 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GENERAL EXPENSES - OTHER 

2 294 263 

1 599 598 

1 990 013 

1 828 573 

1 945 269 

2 076 211 

LOSS ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

58 300 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO/(FROM) PROVISIONS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

8 465 169 

6 004 395 

6 422 671 

4 686 437 

4 989 315 

5 346 532 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 







INTEREST - INTERNAL BORROWINGS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTERNAL CHARGES (Activity Based Costing) 

1 983 178 

545 247 

561 451 

493 943 

565 762 

634 582 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

1 983 178 

545 247 

561 451 

493 943 

565 762 

634 582 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 10 448 347 

6 549 642 

6 984 122 

5 180 380 

5 555 077 

5 981 114 

OPERA TING SURPL US / (DEFICIT) 

- 10 109 377 

6 291 575 

6 726 055 

4 880 680 

5 238 997 

5 641 814 

LESS TAX 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) AFTERTAX 

- 10 109 377 

6 291 575 

6 726 055 

4 880 680 

5 238 997 

5 641 814 

CROSS SUBSIDISATION 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

PLUS INTERESTS IN ENTERPRISES NOT WHOLLY OWNED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


SURPLUS / (- DEFICIT) AFTER TAX, CROSS SUBSIDIES 

- 10 109 377 

6 291 575 

6 726 055 

4 880 680 

5 238 997 

5 641 814 

OTHER ADJUSTMENTS AND TRANSFERS 







DIVIDENDS PAID (Municipal Entities Only) 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

ASSET FINANCING RESERVE (AFR) 

396 492 

15 582 

15 582 

17 343 

18 297 

19 303 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX AFR 

- 

1 899 014 

1 899 014 

109 619 

103 898 

105 107 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX GOVT GRANTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX DONATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS 

- 

9 078 

9 078 

- 

- 

- 

SELF INSURANCE RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

REVALUATION RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OTHER 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE AFTER ADJUSTMENTS 

- 10 844 839 

4 657 132 

5 091 612 

5 088 104 

5 469 476 

5 895 310 

CHANGE TO UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS / (ACCUMULATED 
DEFICIT) 

- 10 505 869 

4 399 065 

4 833 545 

4 788 404 

5 153 396 

5 556 010 

LESS CAPITAL GRANTS RECOGNISED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

NET OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) 

- 10 505 869 

4 399 065 

4 833 545 

4 788 404 

5 153 396 

5 556 010 









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Internal Department: Health & Environment 


Location of SDBIP 

www.stevetshwetelm.qov.za/treasurv.htlm 

Description of services 

The Health Services comprise of Environmental Health Services. 


The Environmental Health Services cover the following aspects: 


• Water monitoring 

• Food control 

• Waste management and general hygiene monitoring 

• Health surveillance of premises 

• Surveillance and prevention of communicable disease 

• Vector control monitoring 

• Environmental pollution control 

• Disposal of the dead 

• Chemical safety 

• Noise control 

• Control and monitoring of hazardous substances 

Senior management structure 

The Environmental Health Services is a section resides within the Community 
Services Directorate, which is headed by the Executive Director Community 
Services, Ms. C. Hlatshwayo. 

ALIGNMENT WITH IDP 

STRATEGIC GOAL: COST EFFECTIVE AND SUSTAINABLE SERVICE DELIVERY 

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE: To contribute towards a healthy, well informed and environmentally safe 

community. 

OBJECTIVES 

STRATEGIES 

PROGRAMME/ACTIVITY 

To create safe and healthy environment for 
the community. 

Implementation of monitoring strategies on 
land, food and water pollution. 

Regular inspection of food 
premises and informal street 
trading and issuing of 

certificates of acceptability to 
compliant premises. 

Sampling and an alyzing 

foodstuffs and examining food 
labels and ensuring it is 

correctly labeled as required. 
Promote safe handling of milk 
and milk products. 

Monitor quality of water and 
availability for huma n 

consumption through Water 

sampling for bacteriological and 
chemical analysis and compare 
results with SANS 241. 

Monitoring waste water 

treatment and water pollution 
control. 


Implementation of he alth surveillance of 
premises (prevent nuisance from occurring) 
principle of Agenda 21 and the healthy 
cities approach. 

Monitor residential, business 
and public premises regularly. 
Issuing of Health certificate and 
compliance certificate. 


Implementation of monitoring strategies on 
air and noise. 

Monitor source ofn oise and 
take remedial or prev entative 
measures if necessary. 

Take noise measurement and if 
the prescribed noise level is 
exceeded serve notice on the 
transgressor. 

Visit, investigate and mo nitor 
known site where health 
nuisance and healthy hazards 
may occur air and land 

pollution. 


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Implementation and enforcement of 
environmental regulations by-laws and 
health standards. 

Implementation of 

environmental management 

policy and its implem entation 
plan. 

Investigate complaints received 
of illegal dumping and 

perpetrators are identified and 
proper sanctions follow. 


Reduce the impact of climate change. 

Conduct community awareness 
programmes. 

Conduct the Integrated 

Environmental Management 

Forum meetings. 


Implement disposal of the dead and chemical 
safety strategies 

Monitoring of funeral 

undertakers, mortuaries, 

exhumation and reburial of 
humans remains for compliance 
regularly. 

Issuing of a certificate of 
competence to compliant 

operators. 

Monitor and Prevent the use of 
chemicals that are harmful to 
human health 

To provide an effective and efficient 
municipal health services. 

Improvement of personnel skills and 
knowledge. 

Requesting of additional staff. 

In-Service training short courses 
and training at pr ofessional 
institutions. 

Capital programme 

The Health D epartment Procurement ofairqu ality monitoring equipment 
sulphur dioxide, particulate monitor and web logger. 


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Operational Budget for the three financial years from 2015/16 until 2017/18 


Health / Clinics 

Actual 

2013/14 

R 

Original Budget 

2014/15 

R 

Adjusted Budget 

2014/15 

R 

Budget 

2015/16 

R 

Forecast 

2016/17 

R 

Forecast 

2017/18 

R 

REVENUE BY SOURCE 








PROPERTY RATES 


. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

PENALTIES IMPOSED & COLLECTION CHARGES ON RATES 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

SERVICE CHARGES 


. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - TURNOVER 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - RENUMERATION 


. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

RENT OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTEREST EARNED - EXTERNAL INVESTMENTS 


. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

INTEREST EARNED - OUTSTANDING DEBTORS 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED 


. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

FINES 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LICENSES & PERMITS 


. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

INCOME FOR AGENCY SERVICES 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - OPERATING 


. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - CAPITAL 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

PUBLIC CONTRIBUTIONS &DONATIONS 


. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

OTHER REVENUE 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GAIN ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LESS REVENUE FOREGONE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 








INTEREST RECEIVED - INTERNAL LOANS 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTERNAL RECOVERIES (Activity Based Costing) 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED - INTERNAL 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OPERATING EXPENDITURE 








EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Wages & Salaries 

- 

1 547 843 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Social Contributions 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS CAPITALISED 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS ALLOCATED TO OTHER OPERATING 


_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

ITEMS 








REMUNERATION OF COUNCILLORS 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

BAD DEBTS 


- 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

COLLECTION COSTS 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRECIATION (GAMAP) 

- 

1 744 042 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE - Municipal Assets 

- 

317 552 

- 

6 000 

- 

- 

- 

INTEREST EXPENSE - EXTERNAL BORROWINGS 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

BULK PURCHASES 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 

- 

63 939 

- 

50 914 

- 

- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES PAID (F4.2) 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GENERAL EXPENSES - OTHER 

- 

1 354 427 

- 

233 785 

- 

- 

- 

LOSS ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

- 

54 553 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO/(FROM) PROVISIONS 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 

5 082 356 

- 

290 699 

- 

- 

- 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 








INTEREST - INTERNAL BORROWINGS 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTERNAL CHARGES (Activity Based Costing) 

- 

1 576 382 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 

1 576 382 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 

6 658 738 

- 

290 699 

- 

- 

- 

OPERA TING SURPL US / (DEFICIT) 

- 

6 658 738 

- 

290 699 

- 

- 

- 

LESS TAX 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) AFTERTAX 

- 

6 658 738 

- 

290 699 

- 

- 

- 

CROSS SUBSIDISATION 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

PLUS INTERESTS IN ENTERPRISES NOT WHOLLY OWNED 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

SURPLUS / (- DEFICIT) AFTER TAX, CROSS SUBSIDIES 

- 

6 658 738 

- 

290 699 

- 

- 

- 

OTHER ADJUSTMENTS AND TRANSFERS 








DIVIDENDS PAID (Municipal Entities Only) 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

ASSET FINANCING RESERVE (AFR) 

- 

381 720 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX AFR 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX GOVT GRANTS 


- 

. 

- 

. 

. 

. 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX DONATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

SELF INSURANCE RESERVE 


- 

. 

- 

. 

. 

. 

REVALUATION RESERVE 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OTHER 


- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE AFTER ADJUSTMENTS 

- 

7 040 458 

- 

290 699 

- 

- 

- 

CHANGE TO UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS / (ACCUMULATED 

- 

7 040 458 

. 

290 699 

- 

- 

- 

DEFICIT) 








LESS CAPITAL GRANTS RECOGNISED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

NET OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) 


7 040 458 

- 

290 699 

- 

- 

- 









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Operational Budget for the three financial years from 2015/16 until 2017/18 




Actual 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 


Budget 


Forecast 


Forecast 

Health / Other 


2013/14 

2014/15 

2014/15 


2015/16 


2016/17 


2017/18 



R 

R 

R 


R 


R 


R 

REVENUE BY SOURCE 











PROPERTY RATES 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

PENALTIES IMPOSED & COLLECTION CHARGES ON RATES 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

SERVICE CHARGES 


. 

. 

. 


. 


. 


. 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - TURNOVER 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - RENUMERATION 


. 

. 

. 


. 


. 


. 

RENT OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

INTEREST EARNED - EXTERNAL INVESTMENTS 


. 

. 

. 


. 


. 


. 

INTEREST EARNED - OUTSTANDING DEBTORS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED 


. 

. 

. 


. 


. 


. 

FINES 


50 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

LICENSES & PERMITS 


- 

. 

. 


. 


. 


. 

INCOME FOR AGENCY SERVICES 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - OPERATING 


- 

. 

. 


. 


. 


. 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - CAPITAL 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

PUBLIC CONTRIBUTIONS &DONATIONS 


- 

. 

. 


. 


. 


. 

OTHER REVENUE 


338 920 

258 067 

258 067 


299 700 


316 080 


339 300 

GAIN ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

338 970 

258 067 

258 067 

299 700 

316 080 

339 300 

LESS REVENUE FOREGONE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

338 970 

258 067 

258 067 

299 700 

316 080 

339 300 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 











INTEREST RECEIVED - INTERNAL LOANS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

INTERNAL RECOVERIES (Activity Based Costing) 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED - INTERNAL 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

338 970 

258 067 

258 067 

299 700 

316 080 

339 300 

OPERATING EXPENDITURE 











EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Wages & Salaries 

- 

1 873 837 

1 896 240 

1 944 776 

- 

2 342 148 

- 

2 525 309 

- 

2 735 334 

EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Social Contributions 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS CAPITALISED 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS ALLOCATED TO OTHER OPERATING 
ITEMS 











REMUNERATION OF COUNCILLORS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

BAD DEBTS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

COLLECTION COSTS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

DEPRECIATION (GAMAP) 

- 

1 1 1 676 

1 966 968 

1 966 968 

- 

1 1 1 346 

- 

104 077 

- 

105 287 

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE - Municipal Assets 

- 

355 621 

462 500 

454 000 

- 

397 200 

- 

407 060 

- 

421 600 

INTEREST EXPENSE - EXTERNAL BORROWINGS 

- 

3 267 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

BULK PURCHASES 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 

- 

94 829 

79 089 

10 000 

- 

7 170 

- 

7 600 

- 

8 100 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES PAID (F4.2) 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

GENERAL EXPENSES - OTHER 

- 

939 836 

1 599 598 

1 756 228 

- 

1 828 573 

- 

1 945 269 

- 

2 076 211 

LOSS ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

- 

3 748 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO/(FROM) PROVISIONS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 

3 382 814 

6 004 395 

6 131 972 

- 

4 686 437 

- 

4 989 315 

- 

5 346 532 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 











INTEREST - INTERNAL BORROWINGS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

INTERNAL CHARGES (Activity Based Costing) 

- 

406 796 

545 247 

561 451 

- 

493 943 

- 

565 762 

- 

634 582 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 

406 796 

545 247 

561 451 

- 

493 943 

- 

565 762 

- 

634 582 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 

3 789 610 

6 549 642 

6 693 423 

- 

5 180 380 

- 

5 555 077 

- 

5 981 114 

OPERA TING SURPL US / (DEFICIT) 

- 

3 450 640 

6 291 575 

6 435 356 

- 

4 880 680 

- 

5 238 997 

- 

5 641 814 

LESS TAX 


- 

- 



- 1 

OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) AFTERTAX 

- 

3 450 640 

6 291 575 

6 435 356 

- 

4 880 680 

- 

5 238 997 

- 

5 641 814 

CROSS SUBSIDISATION 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

PLUS INTERESTS IN ENTERPRISES NOT WHOLLY OWNED 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

SURPLUS / (- DEFICIT) AFTER TAX, CROSS SUBSIDIES 

- 

3 450 640 

6 291 575 

6 435 356 

- 

4 880 680 

- 

5 238 997 

- 

5 641 814 

OTHER ADJUSTMENTS AND TRANSFERS 











DIVIDENDS PAID (Municipal Entities Only) 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

ASSET FINANCING RESERVE (AFR) 

- 

14 772 

15 582 

15 582 

- 

17 343 

- 

18 297 

- 

19 303 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX AFR 


- 

1 899 014 

1 899 014 


109 619 


103 898 


105 107 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX GOVT GRANTS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX DONATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS 


- 

9 078 

9 078 


- 


- 


- 

SELF INSURANCE RESERVE 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

REVALUATION RESERVE 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

OTHER 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE AFTER ADJUSTMENTS 

- 

3 804 382 

4 657 132 

4 800 913 

- 

5 088 104 

- 

5 469 476 

- 

5 895 310 

CHANGE TO UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS / (ACCUMULATED 
DEFICIT) 

" 

3 465 412 

4 399 065 

4 542 846 

" 

4 788 404 

_ 

5 153 396 

" 

5 556 010 

LESS CAPITAL GRANTS RECOGNISED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

NET OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) 

E 

3 465 412 

4 399 065 

4 542 846 

E 

4 788 404 

E 

5 153 396 

E 

5 556 010 | 







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Actual 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Budget 


Forecast 

Forecast 

Community Services / Total 

2013/14 

2014/15 

2014/15 

2015/16 


2016/17 

2017/18 


R 

R 

R 

R 


R 

R 

REVENUE BY SOURCE 








PROPERTY RATES 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

PENALTIES IMPOSED & COLLECTION CHARGES ON RATES 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

SERVICE CHARGES 

. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - TURNOVER 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - RENUMERATION 

. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

RENT OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 

924 474 

936 485 

936 485 

969 430 


1 029 850 

1 094 764 

INTEREST EARNED - EXTERNAL INVESTMENTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

INTEREST EARNED - OUTSTANDING DEBTORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

FINES 

10 473 

12 500 

12 500 

10 500 


10 800 

11 300 

LICENSES & PERMITS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

INCOME FOR AGENCY SERVICES 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - OPERATING 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - CAPITAL 

5 569 998 

3 500 000 

1 849 300 

3 000 000 


6 000 000 

8 000 000 

PUBLIC CONTRIBUTIONS &DONATIONS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

OTHER REVENUE 

549 593 

462 036 

463 616 

513 628 


537 817 

563 239 

GAIN ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

7 054 538 

4 911 021 

3 261 901 

4 493 558 

7 578 467 

9 669 303 

LESS REVENUE FOREGONE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

7 054 538 

4 911 021 

3 261 901 

4 493 558 

7 578 467 

9 669 303 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 








INTEREST RECEIVED - INTERNAL LOANS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

INTERNAL RECOVERIES (Activity Based Costing) 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED - INTERNAL 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

7 054 538 

4 911 021 

3 261 901 

4 493 558 

7 578 467 

9 669 303 

OPERATING EXPENDITURE 








EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Wages & Salaries 

- 14 592 124 

- 15 049 109 

15 216 293 

- 18 031 776 

- 

19 469 815 

- 20 864 629 

EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Social Contributions 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS CAPITALISED 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS ALLOCATED TO OTHER OPERATING 
ITEMS 








REMUNERATION OF COUNCILLORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

BAD DEBTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

COLLECTION COSTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DEPRECIATION (GAMAP) 

7 216 038 

8 330 941 

8 330 941 

7 452 992 

- 

7 338 477 

7 149 056 

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE - Municipal Assets 

1 277 924 

1216 128 

1 510 848 

1 499 614 

- 

1 570 710 

1 665 668 

INTEREST EXPENSE - EXTERNAL BORROWINGS 

11913 

224 262 

224 262 

8 056 

- 

281 400 

543 587 

BULK PURCHASES 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 

950 292 

985 375 

1 015 000 

1 085 020 

- 

1 138 271 

1 194 100 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES PAID (F4.2) 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

GENERAL EXPENSES - OTHER 

4 103 058 

5 705 140 

6 375 824 

7 807 210 

- 

9 884 289 

8 456 896 

LOSS ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

153 389 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO/(FROM) PROVISIONS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 28 304 740 

- 31 510 955 

32 673 168 

- 35 884 668 

- 

39 682 962 

- 39 873 936 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 








INTEREST - INTERNAL BORROWINGS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

INTERNAL CHARGES (Activity Based Costing) 

2 994 209 

3 548 920 

3 550 677 

2 900 577 

- 

3 199 678 

3 410 028 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

2 994 209 

3 548 920 

3 550 677 

2 900 577 

- 

3 199 678 

3 410 028 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 31 298 949 

- 35 059 875 

36 223 845 

- 38 785 245 

- 

42 882 640 

- 43 283 964 

OPERA TING SURPL US / (DEFICIT) 

- 24 244 411 

- 30 148 854 

32 961 944 

- 34 291 687 

- 

35 304 173 

- 33 614 661 

LESS TAX 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) AFTERTAX 

- 24 244 411 

- 30 148 854 

32 961 944 

- 34 291 687 

- 

35 304 173 

- 33 614 661 

CROSS SUBSIDISATION 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

PLUS INTERESTS IN ENTERPRISES NOT WHOLLY OWNED 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

SURPLUS / (- DEFICIT) AFTER TAX, CROSS SUBSIDIES 

- 24 244 411 

- 30 148 854 

32 961 944 

- 34 291 687 

- 

35 304 173 

- 33 614 661 

OTHER ADJUSTMENTS AND TRANSFERS 








DIVIDENDS PAID (Municipal Entities Only) 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

ASSET FINANCING RESERVE (AFR) 

1 495 056 

1 750 992 

1 750 992 

2 110 066 

- 

2 105 403 

2 300 667 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX AFR 

- 

7 519 699 

7 519 699 

6 843 459 


6 567 799 

6 172 544 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX GOVT GRANTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX DONATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS 

- 

670 572 

670 572 

572 293 


672 749 

796 597 

SELF INSURANCE RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

REVALUATION RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

OTHER 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE AFTER ADJUSTMENTS 

- 32 794 005 

- 28 620 596 

29 784 566 

- 33 479 559 

- 

37 747 495 

- 38 615 490 

CHANGE TO UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS / (ACCUMULATED 
DEFICIT) 

- 25 739 467 

- 23 709 575 

26 522 665 

- 28 986 001 

" 

30 169 028 

- 28 946 187 

LESS CAPITAL GRANTS RECOGNISED 

5 569 998 

3 500 000 

1 849 300 

3 000 000 

" 

6 000 000 

8 000 000 

NET OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) 

- 31 309 465 

- 27 209 575 

28 371 965 

- 31 986 001 

- 

36 169 028 

- 36 946 187 









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Internal Department: Cultural Services 


Location of SDBIP 

www.stevetshwetelm.qov.za/treasurv.htlm 

Description of services 

Library facilities are provided by the Municipality especially in the urban areas 
and Eskom towns. In Mhluzi there are more than thirteen schools and we have 
other members of the reading community; they are all being serviced by 3 
libraries. 

Rural areas do not have libraries at all and have to rely on those situated in town 
areas. However the municipality renders a mobile library facility to schools to 
ensure access to services. A library was built at Doornkop, which is 25 km from 
town. The municipality is engaging into negotiations with the Provincial 

Department and business associations in an effort to secure funding which will 
be used to build additional libraries in rural areas and to augment facilities in 
existing libraries. A library was established at Komati next to the pay point. 

Senior management structure 

The Cultural Services department is headed by the Assistant Director: Cultural 
Services. This department resides within the Community Services Directorate, 
which is headed by the Executive Director Community Services, Ms. C. 

Hlatshwayo. 

ALIGNMENT WITH IDP 

STRATEGIC GOAL: COST EFFECTIVE & SUSTAINABLE SERVICE DELIVERY 

Strategic Objective: To contribute towards a healthy, well informed and environmentally safe 

community 

OBJECTIVES 

STRATEGIES 

PROGRAMME / ACTIVITY 

To enhance education through the provision 
of libraries and educational materials. 

Market library services to the community 
of MP313. 

Strengthen all relevant community 
structures within the library services. 

Visit Schools, old age homes, 
creches, hospitals, Correctional 
services & members of the library for 
the blind. 

Use of local radio stations, local 
newspapers, posters & loud hailing. 

Celebration of the annual library 
week. 

Establishment of the friends of the 
library in 3 more libraries. 

To promote the culture of reading and 
access to information for all. 

Enhance the use of library services. 

Develop skills in library information 
services 

Library marketing campaigns and 
holiday programmes 

Establishment of Book Clubs in 3 
more libraries 

Continuous training of staff on library 
skills. 


Maintain a responsive and a user 
friendly information system in all 
libraries. 

Offer online circulation of books. 

Provide an online catalogue for the 
library users. 

Changes to service levels 

No changes to current service levels are expected over the term covered by the 
medium revenue and expenditure framework. 

Summary of revenue and expenditure 

The detailed operating revenue by source, operating and capital expenditure by 
type is attached in the schedules which follow. 

Capital programme 

The five year capital programme is attached. The full detail is contai ned in the 
SDBIP document. 

Key capital expenditure include: 

RO. 4-million for libraries and educational material 

RO. 1-million for plant & equipment 

The capital programme for the Cultural Services Department amounts to 

RO. 3-million and represents 0.29% of the overall capital programme of the 
municipality for the 2015/2016 financial year. 


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Operational Budget for the three financial years from 2015/16 until 2017/18 


Community & Social Services / 
Libraries 

Actual 

2013/14 

R 

Original Budget 

2014/15 

R 

Adjusted Budget 

2014/15 

R 

Budget 

2015/16 

R 

Forecast 

2016/17 

R 

Forecast 

2017/18 

R 

REVENUE BY SOURCE 








PROPERTY RATES 

. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

PENALTIES IMPOSED & COLLECTION CHARGES ON RATES 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

SERVICE CHARGES 

. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - TURNOVER 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - RENUMERATION 

. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

RENT OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

INTEREST EARNED - EXTERNAL INVESTMENTS 

. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

INTEREST EARNED - OUTSTANDING DEBTORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED 

. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

FINES 

10 473 

12 500 

12 500 

10 500 


10 800 

11 300 

LICENSES & PERMITS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

INCOME FOR AGENCY SERVICES 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - OPERATING 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - CAPITAL 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

PUBLIC CONTRIBUTIONS &DONATIONS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

OTHER REVENUE 

92 354 

82 528 

82 528 

85 145 


87 910 

90 690 

GAIN ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

102 827 

95 028 

95 028 

95 645 

98 710 

101 990 

LESS REVENUE FOREGONE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

102 827 

95 028 

95 028 

95 645 

98 710 

101 990 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 








INTEREST RECEIVED - INTERNAL LOANS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

INTERNAL RECOVERIES (Activity Based Costing) 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED - INTERNAL 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

102 827 

95 028 

95 028 

95 645 

98 710 

101 990 

OPERATING EXPENDITURE 








EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Wages & Salaries 

7 276 017 

7 390 702 

7 583 335 

8 374 442 

- 

9 015 426 

9 736 659 

EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Social Contributions 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS CAPITALISED 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS ALLOCATED TO OTHER OPERATING 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 


_ 

_ 

ITEMS 








REMUNERATION OF COUNCILLORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

BAD DEBTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

COLLECTION COSTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DEPRECIATION (GAMAP) 

1 083 240 

1 266 591 

1 266 591 

908 462 

- 

864 507 

771 919 

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE - Municipal Assets 

325 979 

350 437 

430 157 

386 170 

- 

394 237 

421 833 

INTEREST EXPENSE - EXTERNAL BORROWINGS 

891 

2 200 

2 200 

2 200 

- 

2 200 

2 354 

BULK PURCHASES 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 

40 622 

50 000 

50 000 

35 000 

- 

36 750 

38 500 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES PAID (F4.2) 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

GENERAL EXPENSES - OTHER 

1 494 812 

1 666 688 

1 869 563 

2 887 349 

- 

3 094 951 

3 330 605 

LOSS ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

30 774 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO/(FROM) PROVISIONS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 10 252 335 

- 10 726 618 

11 201 846 

- 12 593 623 

- 

13 408 071 

- 14 301 870 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 








INTEREST - INTERNAL BORROWINGS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

INTERNAL CHARGES (Activity Based Costing) 

1 564 969 

1 883 780 

1917 174 

1 380 193 

- 

1 544 585 

1 696 427 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

1 564 969 

1 883 780 

1 917 174 

1 380 193 

1 - 1544 585 

1 696 427 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 11 817 304 

- 12 610 398 

13 119 020 

- 13 973 816 

- 

14 952 656 

- 15 998 297 

OPERA TING SURPL US / (DEFICIT) 

- 11 714 477 

- 12 515 370 

13 023 992 

- 13 878 171 

- 

14 853 946 

- 15 896 307 

LESS TAX 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) AFTERTAX 

- 11 714 477 

- 12 515 370 

13 023 992 

- 13 878 171 

- 

14 853 946 

- 15 896 307 

CROSS SUBSIDISATION 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

PLUS INTERESTS IN ENTERPRISES NOT WHOLLY OWNED 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

SURPLUS / (- DEFICIT) AFTER TAX, CROSS SUBSIDIES 

- 11 714 477 

- 12 515 370 

13 023 992 

- 13 878 171 

- 

14 853 946 

- 15 896 307 

OTHER ADJUSTMENTS AND TRANSFERS 








DIVIDENDS PAID (Municipal Entities Only) 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

ASSET FINANCING RESERVE (AFR) 

577 776 

666 455 

666 455 

705 269 

- 

737 458 

831 209 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX AFR 

- 

1 098 252 

1 098 252 

887 069 


846 369 

753 792 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX GOVT GRANTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX DONATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS 

- 

110 044 

110 044 

2 603 


- 

- 

SELF INSURANCE RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

REVALUATION RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

OTHER 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE AFTER ADJUSTMENTS 

- 12 395 080 

- 12 068 557 

12 577 179 

- 13 789 413 

- 

14 843 745 

- 16 075 714 

CHANGE TO UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS / (ACCUMULATED 

- 12 292 253 

- 11 973 529 

12 482 151 

- 13 693 768 

- 

14 745 035 

- 15 973 724 

DEFICIT) 








LESS CAPITAL GRANTS RECOGNISED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

NET OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) 

- 12 292 253 

- 11 973 529 

12 482 151 

- 13 693 768 

E 

14 745 035 

- 15 973 724 









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PART 3 - Internal Departments 















CAPITAL BUDGET 2015/2016 - 2019/2020 


Function 

Program Name 

KPA 

Goals 

Objective 

KPI from IDP 

Targets from IDP 

New 

Sub 

NEW IDP 

CODE 

Cost 

Centre 

Proj No 

Proj Output 

Revised Deliverables 

Ward 

Concept 

N/R/C 

Adj Fund 

Concept 

Approved 

2015/2016 

Approved 

2016/2017 

Approved 

2017/2018 

Approved 

2018/2019 

Approved 

2019/2020 

CULTURAL 

SERVICES 

(LIBRARIES) 

EDUCATIONAL 

MATERIAL 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

PROVISION OF UPDATED 

INFORMATION 

NUMBER OF NEW 

BOOKS PURCHASED 

4*USER LOCKERS 

CS 

LB 

FCS4 

140 

0008192 

PURCHASE BOOKS 

BOOKS WILL BE 

PURCHASED FOR THE 

FOLLOWING LIBRARIES: 
CHROMEVILLE - W22, 
DOORNKOP - W29, 

22;29;1 

0;19;24; 

10;3; 

R 

CRR (REV) 

440 000 

462 000 

485 000 

510 000 

535 000 


EDUCATIONAL 

MATERIAL 

Total 
















440 000 

462 000 

485 000 

510 000 

535 000 

CULTURAL 

SERVICES 

(LIBRARIES) 

ENHANCE 

SECURITY 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 



WATER DISPENSER, 5 
TIER CABINET & 

STATIONERY CABINET 

CS 

LB 

FCS4 

140 

1600005 





CRR (REV) 



60 000 

70 000 

60 000 


ENHANCE 

SECURITY 

Total 


















60 000 

70 000 

60 000 

CULTURAL 

SERVICES 

(LIBRARIES) 

FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

EQUIP ORGANIZATION IN 

ORDER TO ENHANCE SERVICE 

DELIVERY 

NUMBER OF 

FURNITURE 

PURCHASED 


CS 

LB 

FCS4 

140 

1000069 

FURNITURE 


24;3;19; 

10;7 

N 

CRR (REV) 

80 000 

80 000 

80 000 




FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

Total 
















80 000 

80 000 

80 000 



CULTURAL 

SERVICES 

(LIBRARIES) 

PLANT & 

EQUIPMENT 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

CONTRIBUTE TO A HEALTHY 

WELL INFORMED 

COMMUNITY 

UPGRADED 

EQUIPMENT 


CS 

LB 

FCS4 

140 

1000188 

UPGRADE AND 

INSTALL NEW AIR 

CONDITIONERS 


24;19;1 

2;29 

R 

CRR 

150 000 






PLANT & 

EQUIPMENT 

Total 
















150 000 





CULTURAL 

SERVICES 

(LIBRARIES) 

Total 

















670 000 

542 000 

625 000 

580 000 

595 000 


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PART 3 - Internal Departments 




Internal Department: Communication and Stakeholder Liaison 


Location of SDBIP 

www.stevetshwetelm.qov.za/treasurv.html 

Description of services 

The Department of Events and Facilities is fully complying with the aim of ensuring 
Good Governance and Public Participation. This Department will therefore 
continue to render communication, marketing and liaison services. 

Senior management structure 

The Department is h eaded by the Director : Commu nication and Stakeholder 
Liaison following Assistant Directors: 

1) Communication 

2) Stakeholder Liaison 

The Communication and S takeholder Liaison Department resides in the 
Directorate Corporate Services, which is headed by the Executiv e Director 
Corporate Services, Advocate Thobela Mekuto. 

ALIGNMENT WITH IDP 

STRATEGIC GOAL: GOOD GOVERNANCE AND PUBLIC PARTICIPATION 

OBJECTIVES 

STRATEGIES 

PROGRAMME/ACTIVITY 

To promote the involvement of stakeholders in 
Council’s affairs. 

Provide feedback to community. 

Report to be submitted to 
section 79 on matters raised 
by ward committees. 


Provide effective administrative support. 

Provide pro-forma agendas to 
ward committees. 

Submit bi-monthly reports on 
the activities of ward 
committees. 


Capacitate Ward Committee Members. 

Coordinate training programs 
for ward committee members. 

To ensure reg ular consultation between Council 
and the community. 

Strengthen community participation. 

To annually adopt the 
schedule of mayoral outreach 
dates. 

To promote the involvement of stakeholders in 
Council’s affairs. 

Strengthen relations with recognized 

stakeholders. 

Co-ordination and facilitation 
of mayoral outreaches. 

To develop a stakeholder 
database. 

Changes to service levels 

No changes to current service levels are expected. 

Summary of revenue and expenditure 

The detailed operating revenue and expenditure, as well as capital expenditure, is 
attached in the schedules to follow. 

Capital programme 

The five year capital programme is attached. The full detail is contained in the 
SDBIP document. 

Key capital expenditure include: 

RO, 5-million for new community facilities 

RO. 2-million for plant & equipment 

RO, 1-million for safeguarding municipal assets 

The capital programme for the Events and Facilities Department amounts to 

RO, 8-million and represents 0.3% of the overall capital programme of the 
municipality for the 2015/2016 financial year. 


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PART 3 - Internal Departments 


Operational Budget for the three financial years from 2015/16 until 2017/18 


Community & Social Services / Events 
& Facilities 

Actual 

2013/14 

R 

Original Budget 

2014/15 

R 

Adjusted Budget 

2014/15 

R 

Budget 

2015/16 

R 

Forecast 

2016/17 

R 

Forecast 

2017/18 

R 

REVENUE BY SOURCE 











PROPERTY RATES 


- 

. 

. 


- 


- 


. 

PENALTIES IMPOSED & COLLECTION CHARGES ON RATES 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

SERVICE CHARGES 


- 

. 

. 


- 


- 


. 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - TURNOVER 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - RENUMERATION 


- 

. 

. 


- 


- 


. 

RENT OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 


631 804 

627 500 

627 500 


665 000 


710 700 


760 449 

INTEREST EARNED - EXTERNAL INVESTMENTS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

INTEREST EARNED - OUTSTANDING DEBTORS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

FINES 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

LICENSES & PERMITS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

INCOME FOR AGENCY SERVICES 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - OPERATING 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - CAPITAL 


3 580 693 

1 500 000 

1 849 300 


500 000 


4 000 000 


5 000 000 

PUBLIC CONTRIBUTIONS &DONATIONS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

OTHER REVENUE 


440 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

GAIN ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

4 212 937 

2 127 500 

2 476 800 

1 165 000 

4 710 700 

5 760 449 

LESS REVENUE FOREGONE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

4 212 937 

2 127 500 

2 476 800 

1 165 000 

4 710 700 

5 760 449 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 











INTEREST RECEIVED - INTERNAL LOANS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

INTERNAL RECOVERIES (Activity Based Costing) 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED - INTERNAL 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

4 212 937 

2 127 500 

2 476 800 

1 165 000 

4 710 700 

5 760 449 

OPERATING EXPENDITURE 











EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Wages & Salaries 

- 

2 756 659 

2 863 683 

2 802 916 

- 

3 871 900 

- 

4 275 755 

- 

4 498 536 

EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Social Contributions 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS CAPITALISED 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS ALLOCATED TO OTHER OPERATING 


_ 

_ 

_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 

ITEMS 











REMUNERATION OF COUNCILLORS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

BAD DEBTS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

COLLECTION COSTS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

DEPRECIATION (GAMAP) 

- 

4 018 604 

4 560 162 

4 560 162 

- 

4 435 131 

- 

4 282 120 

- 

4 152 383 

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE - Municipal Assets 

- 

529 854 

405 980 

555 980 

- 

589 158 

- 

624 722 

- 

662 410 

INTEREST EXPENSE - EXTERNAL BORROWINGS 


- 

213 512 

213 512 


- 


- 


- 

BULK PURCHASES 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 

- 

909 670 

915 375 

945 000 

- 

1 030 020 

- 

1 081 521 

- 

1 135 600 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES PAID (F4.2) 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

GENERAL EXPENSES - OTHER 

- 

903 269 

1 006 637 

1 441 266 

- 

1 526 150 

- 

1 679 268 

- 

1 853 055 

LOSS ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

- 

122 616 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO/(FROM) PROVISIONS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 

9 240 673 

9 965 349 

10 518 836 

- 

11 452 359 

- 

11 943 386 

- 

12 301 984 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 











INTEREST - INTERNAL BORROWINGS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

INTERNAL CHARGES (Activity Based Costing) 

- 

221 877 

259 313 

232 606 

- 

292 626 

- 

331 424 

- 

298 055 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 

221 877 

259 313 

232 606 

- 

292 626 

- 

331 424 

- 

298 055 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 

9 462 550 

- 10 224 662 

10 751 442 

- 11 744 985 

- 

12 274 810 

- 12 600 039 1 

OPERA TING SURPL US / (DEFICIT) 

- 

5 249 614 

8 097 162 

8 274 642 

- 10 579 985 

- 

7 564 110 

e: 

6 839 590 | 

LESS TAX 


- 

- 

- 


- i 

OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) AFTERTAX 

- 

5 249 614 

8 097 162 

8 274 642 

- 10 579 985 

- 

7 564 110 

- 

6 839 590 

CROSS SUBSIDISATION 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

PLUS INTERESTS IN ENTERPRISES NOT WHOLLY OWNED 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

SURPLUS / (- DEFICIT) AFTER TAX, CROSS SUBSIDIES 

- 

5 249 614 

8 097 162 

8 274 642 

- 10 579 985 

- 

7 564 110 

- 

6 839 590 

OTHER ADJUSTMENTS AND TRANSFERS 











DIVIDENDS PAID (Municipal Entities Only) 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

ASSET FINANCING RESERVE (AFR) 

- 

548 712 

395 693 

395 693 

- 

655 505 

- 

577 443 

- 

635 478 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX AFR 


- 

4 122 367 

4 122 367 


4 071 173 


3 840 105 


3611 515 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX GOVT GRANTS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX DONATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS 


- 

380 440 

380 440 


363 845 


441 904 


540 754 

SELF INSURANCE RESERVE 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

REVALUATION RESERVE 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

OTHER 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE AFTER ADJUSTMENTS 

- 10 011 262 

6 117 548 

6 644 328 


7 965 472 

“ 

8 570 244 

- 

9 083 248 

CHANGE TO UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS / (ACCUMULATED 

- 

5 798 326 

3 990 048 

4 167 528 

- 

6 800 472 

- 

3 859 544 

- 

3 322 799 

DEFICIT) 











LESS CAPITAL GRANTS RECOGNISED 

" 

3 580 693 

1 500 000 

1 849 300 


500 000 

" 

4 000 000 

- 

5 000 000 

NET OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) 

- 

9 379 019 

5 490 048 

6 016 828 

- 

7 300 472 

- 

7 859 544 

- 

8 322 799 







i 


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PART 3 - Internal Departments 














CAPITAL BUDGET 2015/2016 - 2019/2020 


Function 

Program Name 

KPA 

Goals 

Objective 

KPI from IDP 

Targets from IDP 

New 

Sub 

NEW IDP 

CODE 

Cost 

Centre 

Proj No 

Proj Output 

Revised Deliverables 

Ward 

Concept 

N/R/C 

Adj Fund 

Concept 

Approved 

2015/2016 

Approved 

2016/2017 

Approved 

2017/2018 

Approved 

2018/2019 

Approved 

2019/2020 

COMMUNITY 

HALLS 

FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

EQUIP ORGANIZATION IN 

ORDER TO ENHANCE SERVICE 

DELIVERY 

PURCHASED 

CURTAINS 

ALARM SYSTEM 

CS 

HA 

ECF3 

161 

1000203 

STAGE CURTAINS 


10 

R 

CRR (REV) 


100 000 

105 000 

110 000 

115 000 


FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

Total 

















100 000 

105 000 

110 000 

115 000 

COMMUNITY 

HALLS 

NEW 

COMMUNITY 

FACILITIES 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE AND UPGRADE 

BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES 



CS 

HA 

ECF3 

161 

1400067 

NEW MPCC 

DESIGNS ONLY 

9 

N 

MIG 

500 000 

4 000 000 

5 000 000 

500 000 

4 000 000 


NEW 

COMMUNITY 

FACILITIES 

Total 
















500 000 

4 000 000 

5 000 000 

500 000 

4 000 000 

COMMUNITY 

HALLS 

PLANT & 

EQUIPMENT 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

EQUIP ORGANIZATION IN 

ORDER TO ENHANCE SERVICE 

DELIVERY 

NUMBER OF 

EQUIPMENT 

PURCHASED 

CURTAINS 

CS 

HA 

ECF3 

161 

0008187 

POLISHER 

RIDE ON POLISHER 

BANQUET HALL 


N 

CRR (REV) 

185 000 

45 000 

47 000 

50 000 

52 000 

COMMUNITY 

HALLS 

PLANT & 

EQUIPMENT 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE AND UPGRADE 

BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES 

PURCHASED 

EQUIPMENT 


CS 

HA 

ECF3 

161 

1500053 

GENERATORS 



N 

CRR 



1 600 000 




PLANT & 

EQUIPMENT 

Total 
















185 000 

45 000 

1 647 000 

50 000 

52 000 

COMMUNITY 

HALLS 

SAFEGUARD 

MUNICIPAL 

ASSETS 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE AND UPGRADE 

BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES 

PURCHASED ALARM 

SYSTEM 


CS 

HA 

ECF3 

161 

1000255 

ALARM SYSTEM 

DETECTORS AND 

INTRUDER DETECTION 

WITH GUARD MONITOR 
SYSTEM (ADELAID 
THAMBO) 


N 

CRR (REV) 

108 000 

50 000 

80 000 

80 000 

80 000 


SAFEGUARD 

MUNICIPAL 

ASSETS 

Total 
















108 000 

50 000 

80 000 

80 000 

80 000 

COMMUNITY 

HALLS 

Total 

















793 000 

4 195 000 

6 832 000 

740 000 

4 247 000 


Page 59 of 144 


PART 3 - Internal Departments 



Internal Department: Physical Environmental 
Development (Cemeteries) 


Location of SDBIP 

www.stevetshwetelm.qov.za/treasurv.htlm 

Description of services 

The Physical Environmental Development Department (Cemeteries) provides the 
following services, with regard to cemeteries: 

• Provision and maintenance of cemeteries 

Senior management structure 

The Cemeteries Section forms part of the Physical Environmental Development 
Department, and is headed by the Director Physical Environmental Development. 
The Physical Environmental Development Department resides in the directorate 
Infrastructure Services, which is headed by the Executive Director Infrastructure 
Services. 

ALIGNMENT WITH IDP 

STRATEGIC GOAL: COST EFFECTIVE AND SUSTAINABLE SERVICE DELIVERY 

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE: To ensure provision of affordable and sustainable basic services by upgrading 

existing and providing new infrastructure 

OBJECTIVES 

STRATEGIES 

PROGRAMME / ACTIVITY 

To provide new cemeteries while 
upgrading existing infrastructure at 
cemeteries according to t he prioritized 
community needs. 

Upgrading existing cemeteries including 
fencing, roads and ablution facilities. 

Ensure appropriate planning and development 
of cemeteries in line with Service Standards. 

Developing new cemeteries in the rural areas, 
outlying towns and in town. 

Upgrade of infrastructure (roads, 
fences, and ablution facilities etc) 
of all existing cemeteries. 

Planting of trees at cemeteries. 

Perform Geotechnical surveys on 
possible suitable land. 

Development of new cemeteries 
in Hendrina/Kwaza, Rietkuil, 
Koornfontein, Sikhululiwe, 
Somaphepa, Mhluzi, Middelburg 
and Piet Tlou. 

Changes to service levels 

No changes to current service levels are expected over the term covered by the 
medium revenue and expenditure framework. 

Summary of revenue and 
expenditure 

The detailed operating revenue by source, operating and capital expenditure by 
type is attached in the schedules which follow. 

Capital programme 

The five year capital programme is attached. T he full detail is cont ained in the 
SDBIP document. 

Key capital expenditure includes: 

R2. 7-million for the development of new cemeteries 

R2, 1-million for upgrading community facilities 

The capital progr amme of the Cemeteries secti on, within the Physical 
Environmental Development Department amounts to R 4.8-million represents 2.% 
of the overall capital programme of the municipality for the 2015/2016 financial 
year. 


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Operational Budget for the three financial years from 2015/16 until 2017/18 


Community & Social Services / 
Cemetries & Crematoriums 

Actual 

2013/14 

R 

Original Budget 

2014/15 

R 

Adjusted Budget 

2014/15 

R 

Budget 

2015/16 

R 

Forecast 

2016/17 

R 

Forecast 

2017/18 

R 

REVENUE BY SOURCE 











PROPERTY RATES 


- 

. 

. 


- 


- 


- 

PENALTIES IMPOSED & COLLECTION CHARGES ON RATES 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

SERVICE CHARGES 


- 

. 

. 


- 


- 


- 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - TURNOVER 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - RENUMERATION 


- 

. 

. 


- 


- 


- 

RENT OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

INTEREST EARNED - EXTERNAL INVESTMENTS 


- 

. 

. 


- 


- 


- 

INTEREST EARNED - OUTSTANDING DEBTORS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED 


- 

. 

. 


- 


- 


- 

FINES 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

LICENSES & PERMITS 


- 

. 

. 


- 


- 


- 

INCOME FOR AGENCY SERVICES 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - OPERATING 


- 

. 

. 


- 


- 


- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - CAPITAL 


1 989 305 

2 000 000 

- 


2 500 000 


2 000 000 


3 000 000 

PUBLIC CONTRIBUTIONS &DONATIONS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

OTHER REVENUE 


450 136 

372 515 

372 515 


421 140 


442 198 


464 300 

GAIN ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

2 439 441 

2 372 515 

372 515 

2 921 140 

2 442 198 

3 464 300 

LESS REVENUE FOREGONE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

2 439 441 

2 372 515 

372 515 

2 921 140 

2 442 198 

3 464 300 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 











INTEREST RECEIVED - INTERNAL LOANS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

INTERNAL RECOVERIES (Activity Based Costing) 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED - INTERNAL 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

2 439 441 

2 372 515 

372 515 

2 921 140 

2 442 198 

3 464 300 

OPERATING EXPENDITURE 











EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Wages & Salaries 

- 

2 536 952 

2 839 258 

2 874 355 

- 

3 360 034 

- 

3 571 400 

- 

3 813 768 

EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Social Contributions 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS CAPITALISED 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS ALLOCATED TO OTHER OPERATING 


_ 

_ 

_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 

ITEMS 











REMUNERATION OF COUNCILLORS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

BAD DEBTS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

COLLECTION COSTS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

DEPRECIATION (GAMAP) 

- 

1 644 893 

1 907 355 

1 907 355 

- 

1 639 630 

- 

1 724 904 

- 

1 757 897 

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE - Municipal Assets 

- 

126 871 

165 040 

180 040 

- 

174 055 

- 

183 975 

- 

195 090 

INTEREST EXPENSE - EXTERNAL BORROWINGS 

- 

11 022 

8 550 

8 550 

- 

5 856 

- 

279 200 

- 

541 233 

BULK PURCHASES 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 


- 

20 000 

20 000 

- 

20 000 

- 

20 000 

- 

20 000 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES PAID (F4.2) 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

GENERAL EXPENSES - OTHER 

- 

577 132 

1 120 964 

1 125 350 

- 

1 449 674 

- 

997 985 

- 

1 061 475 

LOSS ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO/(FROM) PROVISIONS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 

4 896 870 

6 061 167 

6 115 650 

- 

6 649 249 

- 

6 777 464 

- 

7 389 463 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 











INTEREST - INTERNAL BORROWINGS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

INTERNAL CHARGES (Activity Based Costing) 

- 

1 050 938 

1 178 305 

1 163 849 

- 

1 061 060 

- 

1 144 657 

- 

1 227 118 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 

1 050 938 

1 178 305 

1 163 849 

- 

1 061 060 

1 - 1 144 657 

- 

1 227 118 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 

5 947 808 

7 239 472 

7 279 499 

- 

7 710 309 

- 

7 922 121 

- 

8 616 581 

OPERA TING SURPL US / (DEFICIT) 

- 

3 508 367 

4 866 957 

6 906 984 

- 

4 789 169 

- 

5 479 923 

- 

5 152 281 

LESS TAX 


- 

- 



- 1 

OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) AFTERTAX 

- 

3 508 367 

4 866 957 

6 906 984 

- 

4 789 169 

- 

5 479 923 

- 

5 152 281 

CROSS SUBSIDISATION 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

PLUS INTERESTS IN ENTERPRISES NOT WHOLLY OWNED 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

SURPLUS / (- DEFICIT) AFTER TAX, CROSS SUBSIDIES 

- 

3 508 367 

4 866 957 

6 906 984 

- 

4 789 169 

- 

5 479 923 

- 

5 152 281 

OTHER ADJUSTMENTS AND TRANSFERS 











DIVIDENDS PAID (Municipal Entities Only) 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

ASSET FINANCING RESERVE (AFR) 

- 

279 240 

594 601 

594 601 

- 

644 398 

- 

679 840 

- 

717 231 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX AFR 


- 

1 702 247 

1 702 247 


1 415 430 


1 414 379 


1 340 380 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX GOVT GRANTS 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX DONATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS 


- 

180 088 

180 088 


205 845 


230 845 


255 843 

SELF INSURANCE RESERVE 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

REVALUATION RESERVE 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

OTHER 


- 

- 

- 


- 


- 


- 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE AFTER ADJUSTMENTS 

- 

6 227 048 

5 951 738 

5 991 765 

- 

6 733 432 

- 

6 956 737 

- 

7 737 589 

CHANGE TO UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS / (ACCUMULATED 

- 

3 787 607 

3 579 223 

5 619 250 

- 

3 812 292 

- 

4 514 539 

- 

4 273 289 

DEFICIT) 











LESS CAPITAL GRANTS RECOGNISED 

" 

1 989 305 

2 000 000 

- 


2 500 000 

" 

2 000 000 

" 

3 000 000 

NET OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) 

- 

5 776 912 

5 579 223 

5 619 250 

- 

6 312 292 

- 

6 514 539 

- 

7 273 289 







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CAPITAL BUDGET 2015/2016 - 2019/2020 


Function 

Program Name 

KPA 

Goals 

Objective 

KPI from IDP 

Targets from IDP 

New 

Sub 

NEW IDP 

CODE 

Cost 

Centre 

Proj No 

Proj Output 

Revised Deliverables 

Ward 

Concept 

N/R/C 

Adj Fund 

Concept 

Approved 

2015/2016 

Approved 

2016/2017 

Approved 

2017/2018 

Approved 

2018/2019 

Approved 

2019/2020 

CEMETERIES 

DEVELOP NEW 

CEMETERIES 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE NEW CEMETERIES 

AND UPGRADE EXISTING 

INFRASTRUCTURE. 

METERS OF FENCE 


CS 

CM 

ECM3 

505 

0000066 

DEVELOP CEMETERIES 
RURAL /LOW INCOME 
AREAS 

DEVELOP NEW 

CEMETERIES. 1000M 

FENCE TO BE 

CONSTRUCTED. 

(HENDRINA/KWAZA) 

3 

N 

MIG 

2 500 000 

2 000 000 

3 000 000 

2 000 000 

2 000 000 

CEMETERIES 

DEVELOP NEW 

CEMETERIES 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 


UPGRADED 

FACILITIES 

IX CEMETERY 

CS 

CM 

ECM3 

505 

0900207 

DEVELOP CEMETERIES 

RURAL 

ABLUTIONS AND 

CARETAKER HOUSE 
(180SM) 

22 

N 

EFF 


300 000 

2 000 000 

3 000 000 


CEMETERIES 

DEVELOP NEW 

CEMETERIES 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE NEW CEMETERIES 

AND UPGRADE EXISTING 

INFRASTRUCTURE. 

NUMBER OF MASTS 

LIGHTS 


CS 

CM 

ECM3 

505 

1600021 

Lighting at Muslim 
Cemetery area 

2X 20M HIGH MASTS AT 

BHIMY DAMANE 

CEMETERY 

13 


CRR 

180 000 





CEMETERIES 

DEVELOP NEW 

CEMETERIES 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 


DEVELOPED 

CEMETERY 

1000 METER OF FENCE 

CS 

CM 

ECM3 

505 

1600022 

DEVELOP CEMETERY 

AT MHLUZI 




EFF 



300 000 

5 000 000 

5 000 000 


DEVELOP NEW 

CEMETERIES 

Total 
















2 680 000 

2 300 000 

5 300 000 

10 000 000 

7 000 000 

CEMETERIES 

UPGRADE 

COMMUNITY 

SERVICES 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE NEW CEMETERIES 

AND UPGRADE EXISTING 

INFRASTRUCTURE. 

M2 OF ROAD TO BE 

PAVED 


CS 

CM 

ECM3 

505 

0000012 

EXPANSION FONTEIN 

CEMETERIES 

TO BE CONSTRUCTED IN 
NEW AREA(BOTTOM). 
135M LEFT FOR OUTER 
YEARS (R5000PER 
METER*6 TO SQUARE 

11 

N 

CRR 

800 000 

800 000 

800 000 

800 000 

100 000 

CEMETERIES 

UPGRADE 

COMMUNITY 

SERVICES 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE AND MAINTAIN 

ACCESSIBLE MUNICIPAL AND 

COMMUNITY FACILITIES. 

NUMBER OF 

ABLUTION 

FACILITIES 

UPGRADED 

90 METERS OF ROAD 

CS 

CM 

ECM3 

505 

1500028 

RENOVATION OF 

CEMETERY BUILDING- 

BHIMY DAMANE STR 

& 

UPGRADE ABLUTION 

FACILITY AT 

HENDRINA/KWAZA 

CEMETERY 

3 

R 

CRR 

400 000 





CEMETERIES 

UPGRADE 

COMMUNITY 

SERVICES 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE NEW CEMETERIES 

AND UPGRADE EXISTING 

INFRASTRUCTURE. 

METERS PAVED 

650M CONCRETE 

PALISADE AND A STEEL 

GATE AT NASARET OLD 

CEMETERY 

CS 

CM 

ECM3 

505 

1500029 

EXPANSION 

PHUMOLONG 

CEMETERY 

(90 METERS TO BE 
INSTALLED) TOTAL OF 
760M LEFT. PAVING 

STILL TO BE INSTALLED 

28 

N 

CRR 

450 000 

450 000 

450 000 

450 000 

450 000 

CEMETERIES 

UPGRADE 

COMMUNITY 

SERVICES 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE NEW CEMETERIES 

AND UPGRADE EXISTING 

INFRASTRUCTURE. 

METER OF 

CONCRETE 

PALISADE FENCING 

REPLACED 

2*20M MASTS 

CS 

CM 

ECM3 

505 

1600020 

Replace Fence and 
Gates at Nasaret old 
Cemetery 

REPLACE 650M 

CONCRETE PALISADE 

AND A STEEL GATE AT 

NASARET OLD 

CEMETERY 

10 


CRR 

500 000 

150 000 





UPGRADE 

COMMUNITY 

SERVICES 

Total 
















2 150 000 

1 400 000 

1 250 000 

1 250 000 

550 000 

CEMETERIES 

Total 

















4 830 000 

3 700 000 

6 550 000 

11 250 000 

7 550 000 


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Actual 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Budget 

Forecast 

Forecast 

Community Services / Aged Care 

2013/14 

2014/15 

2014/15 

2015/16 

2016/17 

2017/18 


R 

R 

R 

R 

R 

R 

REVENUE BY SOURCE 







PROPERTY RATES 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

PENALTIES IMPOSED & COLLECTION CHARGES ON RATES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

SERVICE CHARGES 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - TURNOVER 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - RENUMERATION 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

RENT OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 

292 671 

308 985 

308 985 

304 430 

319 150 

334 315 

INTEREST EARNED - EXTERNAL INVESTMENTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTEREST EARNED - OUTSTANDING DEBTORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

FINES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LICENSES & PERMITS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INCOME FOR AGENCY SERVICES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - OPERATING 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - CAPITAL 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

PUBLIC CONTRIBUTIONS &DONATIONS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OTHER REVENUE 

6 663 

6 993 

8 573 

7 343 

7 709 

8 249 

GAIN ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

299 334 

315 978 

317 558 

311 773 

326 859 

342 564 

LESS REVENUE FOREGONE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

299 334 

315 978 

317 558 

311 773 

326 859 

342 564 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 







INTEREST RECEIVED - INTERNAL LOANS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTERNAL RECOVERIES (Activity Based Costing) 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED - INTERNAL 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

299 334 

315 978 

317 558 

311 773 

326 859 

342 564 

OPERATING EXPENDITURE 







EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Wages & Salaries 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Social Contributions 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS CAPITALISED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS ALLOCATED TO OTHER OPERATING 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

ITEMS 







REMUNERATION OF COUNCILLORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

BAD DEBTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

COLLECTION COSTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRECIATION (GAMAP) 

462 170 

589 696 

589 696 

464 092 

464 150 

464 057 

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE - Municipal Assets 

295 220 

288 855 

338 855 

343 950 

361 150 

379 245 

INTEREST EXPENSE - EXTERNAL BORROWINGS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

BULK PURCHASES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES PAID (F4.2) 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GENERAL EXPENSES - OTHER 

31 991 

37 005 

41 733 

46 549 

51 934 

58 119 

LOSS ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO/(FROM) PROVISIONS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

789 380 

915 556 

970 284 

854 591 

877 234 

901 421 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 







INTEREST - INTERNAL BORROWINGS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTERNAL CHARGES (Activity Based Costing) 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

789 380 

915 556 

970 284 

854 591 

877 234 

901 421 

OPERA TING SURPL US / (DEFICIT) 

490 047 

599 578 

652 726 

542 818 

550 375 

558 857 

LESS TAX 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) AFTERTAX 

490 047 

599 578 

652 726 

542 818 

550 375 

558 857 

CROSS SUBSIDISATION 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

PLUS INTERESTS IN ENTERPRISES NOT WHOLLY OWNED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

SURPLUS / (- DEFICIT) AFTER TAX, CROSS SUBSIDIES 

490 047 

599 578 

652 726 

542 818 

550 375 

558 857 

OTHER ADJUSTMENTS AND TRANSFERS 







DIVIDENDS PAID (Municipal Entities Only) 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

ASSET FINANCING RESERVE (AFR) 

89 328 

94 243 

94 243 

104 894 

110 662 

116 749 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX AFR 

- 

589 696 

589 696 

464 110 

464 150 

464 057 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX GOVT GRANTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX DONATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

SELF INSURANCE RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

REVALUATION RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OTHER 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE AFTER ADJUSTMENTS 

878 708 

420 103 

474 831 

495 375 

523 746 

554 113 

CHANGE TO UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS / (ACCUMULATED 

579 375 

104 125 

157 273 

183 602 

196 887 

211 549 

DEFICIT) 







LESS CAPITAL GRANTS RECOGNISED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

NET OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) 

579 375 

104 125 

157 273 

183 602 

196 887 

211 549 









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Community & Social Services / Other 

Actual 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Budget 

Forecast 

Forecast 

Social 

2013/14 

2014/15 

2014/15 

2015/16 

2016/17 

2017/18 


R 

R 

R 

R 

R 

R 

REVENUE BY SOURCE 







PROPERTY RATES 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

PENALTIES IMPOSED & COLLECTION CHARGES ON RATES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

SERVICE CHARGES 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - TURNOVER 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - RENUMERATION 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

RENT OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTEREST EARNED - EXTERNAL INVESTMENTS 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

INTEREST EARNED - OUTSTANDING DEBTORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

FINES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LICENSES & PERMITS 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

INCOME FOR AGENCY SERVICES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - OPERATING 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - CAPITAL 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

PUBLIC CONTRIBUTIONS &DONATIONS 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

OTHER REVENUE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GAIN ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LESS REVENUE FOREGONE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 







INTEREST RECEIVED - INTERNAL LOANS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTERNAL RECOVERIES (Activity Based Costing) 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED - INTERNAL 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OPERATING EXPENDITURE 







EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Wages & Salaries 

2 022 496 

1 955 466 

1 955 687 

2 425 400 

2 607 234 

2 815 666 

EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Social Contributions 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS CAPITALISED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS ALLOCATED TO OTHER OPERATING 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

ITEMS 







REMUNERATION OF COUNCILLORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

BAD DEBTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

COLLECTION COSTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRECIATION (GAMAP) 

7 131 

7 137 

7 137 

5 677 

2 796 

2 800 

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE - Municipal Assets 

- 

5 816 

5 816 

6 281 

6 626 

7 090 

INTEREST EXPENSE - EXTERNAL BORROWINGS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

BULK PURCHASES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES PAID (F4.2) 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GENERAL EXPENSES - OTHER 

1 095 854 

1 873 846 

1 897 912 

1 897 488 

4 060 151 

2 153 642 

LOSS ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO/(FROM) PROVISIONS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

3 125 482 

3 842 265 

3 866 552 

4 334 846 

6 676 807 

4 979 198 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 







INTEREST - INTERNAL BORROWINGS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTERNAL CHARGES (Activity Based Costing) 

156 425 

227 522 

237 048 

166 698 

179 012 

188 428 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

156 425 

227 522 

237 048 

166 698 

179 012 

188 428 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

3 281 907 

4 069 787 

4 103 600 

4 501 544 

6 855 819 

5 167 626 

OPERA TING SURPL US / (DEFICIT) 

3 281 907 

4 069 787 

4 103 600 

4 501 544 

6 855 819 

5 167 626 

LESS TAX 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) AFTERTAX 

3 281 907 

4 069 787 

4 103 600 

4 501 544 

6 855 819 

5 167 626 

CROSS SUBSIDISATION 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

PLUS INTERESTS IN ENTERPRISES NOT WHOLLY OWNED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

SURPLUS / (- DEFICIT) AFTER TAX, CROSS SUBSIDIES 

3 281 907 

4 069 787 

4 103 600 

4 501 544 

6 855 819 

5 167 626 

OTHER ADJUSTMENTS AND TRANSFERS 







DIVIDENDS PAID (Municipal Entities Only) 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

ASSET FINANCING RESERVE (AFR) 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX AFR 

- 

7 137 

7 137 

5 677 

2 796 

2 800 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX GOVT GRANTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX DONATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

SELF INSURANCE RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

REVALUATION RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OTHER 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE AFTER ADJUSTMENTS 

3 281 907 

4 062 650 

4 096 463 

4 495 867 

6 853 023 

5 164 826 

CHANGE TO UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS / (ACCUMULATED 

3 281 907 

4 062 650 

4 096 463 

4 495 867 

6 853 023 

5 164 826 

DEFICIT) 







LESS CAPITAL GRANTS RECOGNISED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

" 

NET OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) 

3 281 907 

4 062 650 

4 096 463 

4 495 867 

6 853 023 

5 164 826 









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Internal Department: Youth Development and Recreation 


Location of SDBIP 

www.stevetshwetelm.qov.za/treasurv.htlm 

Description of services 

Youth development defines youth development as “the ongoing growth 
process in which all youth" are engaged in attempting to: 

• meet their basic personal and social needs to be safe, feel cared for, be 
valued, be useful, and be spiritually grounded; and 

• to build skills and competencies that allow them to function and 
contribute in their daily lives. 

In addressing issues of youth development one sh ould consider the 
principles of youth development that serve as a guide in implementing youth 
development programmes. The principles are as follows: 

• Strengths-based. 

• Human rights. 

• Partnership. 

• Diversity. 

• Holistic. 

• Empowerment. 

• Equity. 

• Effectiveness. 

• Sustainability. 

• Dignity and respect. 

• Transformation. 

• Relevance. 

• 

Senior management structure 

The Youth Development Department is ma naged by the Youth 
Development Manager, who reports directly to the Municipal Manager. 

ALIGNMENT WITH IDP: Youth development 

STRATEGIC GOAL: COST EFFECTIVE AND SUSTAINABLE SERVICE DELIVERY 

Strategic Objective: To contribute towards a better life for the communities by coordinating sustainable social and 

economic developmental programmes. 

OBJECTIVES 

STRATEGIES 

PROGRAMME / ACTIVITY 

To address the needs, challenges and 
opportunities of young men and women by 
accommodating their specific youth 
development matters. 

Establishing channels aimed at capacitating 
the youth with practical skills. 

Identification and 

formalization of a databas e 
for young people who need to 
be afforded practical training 
opportunity. 

Liaise with internal and 
external departments to 
source learnerships and 
internships 


Creating interventions aimed at pr oviding 
access to quality education and skills to 
both in school and out of school youth. 

Engage relevant stakeholder forfina ncial 
and technical assistance in developing 
guiding prescriptions on youth development. 

Interact with the public and 
private stakeholders to source 
financial assistance. 

Identification of learners to 
be assisted financially. 

Coordinating bursary funding 
for well performing students 
to proceed with higher 
education. 


Initiate programs directed at combating 
crimes substance abuse and social decay 
amongst the youth. 

Introduce after school 

learning programs. 

Annual Career expo and 
guidance. 





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To address the needs, challenges and 
opportunities of young man and women 
accommodating their specific issues 
relating to youth development. 

Engage relevant stakeholders to assist with 
financial and technical assistance in 
developing guiding prescriptions on youth 
development. 

Develop a Youth policy in line 
with National Provincial and 
District Policies. 

Introduce extramural activities 
such as love life programmes 
for young people. 


Initiate programs combating crimes, 
substance abuse and social decay amongst 
the youth. 

Undertake crime prevention 
campaigns at school and 
within community. 

Undertake substance abuse 
prevention campaign together 
with the Local Drug Action 
Committee, further identifying 
programmes that are aimed 
at educating and 
demonstrating the effects of 
substance abuse. 

ALIGNMENT WITH IDP : Recreation 

STRATEGIC GOAL: COST EFFECTIVE AND SUSTAINABLE SERVICE DELIVERY 

Strategic Objective: To contribute towards a better life for the communities by coordinating sustainable social and 

economic developmental programmes. 

OBJECTIVES 

STRATEGIES 

PROGRAMME /ACTIVITY 

To promote sports, arts and cu Iture. 

Development and moral regeneration in the 
community. 

Reviving the f unctioning of tall s ports and 
recreation forum and moral regeneration. 
Strengthen working relations with the 
Department of C ulture Recreation and 
Sports and private sectors. 

Formalise arts and culture 
groups. 

Interact with private sector to 
secure funding for viable arts 
and identify programs aimed 
at promoting arts and culture 
within the communities 
culture projects. 

To promote sports partici pation in the 
community and at schools. 

Enhancing the sports council to coordinate 
clear programmes of sport s within the 
STLM communities. 

Identify and formalise existing 
sporting codes. 

Changes to service levels 

No changes to current service levels are expected over the term covered by 
the medium revenue and expenditure framework. 

Summary of revenue and 
expenditure 

The detailed operating revenue by source, operating and capital 
expenditure by type is attached in the schedules which follow. 

Capital programme 

The Youth Development Department does not have a c apital programme 
over term co vered by the medium ter m revenue and expenditure 
framework. 


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Internal Department: Gender & Social Development 


Location of SDBIP 

www.stevetshwetelm.aov.za/treasurv.htlm 

Description of services 

Steve Tshwete Local Municipality recognises the i ncreasing challenges in 
service delivery and the requirements of those who are poor, vulnerable and 
those with special need (HIV and AIDS, children, elderly persons, persons 
with disabilities, women and youth). The collective responsibilities of the local 
municipality, departments, relevant stakeholders and the civil society will focus 
on providing services for the transversal issues to meet their expressed and 
felt needs. 


Generally, the municipality has facilities, and services for the elderly persons, 
persons with disabilities, vulnerable children, orphans and programmes to 
respond to HIV and AIDS, in partners hip with other spheres of government 
and other stakeholders. 


The Steve Tshwete Local Municipality as a tier of government closer to the 
community is playing a role in an effort to prevent the spread of HIV a nd to 
mitigate the negative consequences of AIDS for communities. 


One way of dealing with the challenges is through the established Local Aids 
Council which is chaired by a political representative quarterly, the Executive 
Mayor and the Deputy Chairperson from the Civil Society, we are in a process 
of establishing Ward Aids Council. 

The focus is now on the 2020 Vision of the Strategic Plan, which is: 


• Zero new HIV and TB infections in the population. 

• Zero new infections due to vertical transmission. 

• Zero preventable deaths associated with HIV and TB. 

Zero discrimination associated with HIV and TB 

Senior management structure 

Assistant Director only reporting to the Municipal Manager. 

ALIGNMENT WITH IDP 

STRATEGIC GOAL: To contribute towards a better life for the communities by coordinating sustainable 

social and economic developmental programmes. 

OBJECTIVES 

STRATEGIES 

PROGRAMME/ACTIVITY 

To create a n environment with clear 
regulatory framework for implementation of 
gender and social development. 

Compliance with relevant legislations on 
gender and social development. 

Coordinating events such as 
16 Days of activism, 
Person’s with disability day, 
National Women’s day, Day 
of an African child, Olde r 
Person’s Day, World AIDS 
Day. 


Promote sound network within all the 
stakeholders 

Invite relevant departments 
to revive the int er- 

departmental committee. 
Conduct stakeholder 

engagement sessions. 

Give training on 

mainstreaming gender and 
social development issues. 


Conscientise role p layers on transve rsal 

Conduct information 


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issues. 


sessions with the 
Mayoral Committee on 
mainstreaming gender 
and social development 
issues. 


To ensure quality life through integrated Promote the wellbeing of the elderly, person’s 
services for the children, women, people with disability and children, 
with disability and the elderly. 


Continue to develop 
policies or framework 
and avail the policies on 

transversal issues. 

Identify accessible buildings 
to be used by the elderly and 
persons with disability for 
social clubs. 


Support the e xisting elderly 
luncheon clubs. 

Encourage the use of foster 
care home at the C are 
Village, especially in extreme 
situations 


Educate communities on 

family’s preservation. 

Encourage participation on healthy life style Secure sports equipment to 
programs. be utilized by transversal 

groups 


Organize sport activities for 
elderly in collaboration with 

Facilitate birth registrations of children and various stakeholders, 
registrations of social grants. 


Promote child welfare. 


Refer cases to relevant 
stakeholders. 

Facilities birth registrations of 
social grants. 


Mainstream transversal issues 
stakeholders. 


with relevant 


Interact with the ECD and 
CDW top map out a way of 
effectively assisting the child 
development programmes. 
Interact with departments to 
be in c ompliance with all 
legislations regarding special 
groups. 


Encourage departments to 
ensure proportional 

placement for special groups. 


Identification of LED rel ated 
projects to accommo date 
special groups. 


Engage stakeholders to 
participate in skills 
development forspeci al 
groups. 


Changes to service levels 


No changes to current servic e levels are expected over the term covered by 
the medium revenue and expenditure framework. 


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Summary of revenue and 
expenditure 

The detailed operating revenue by source, operating and capital expenditure 
by type is attached in the schedules which follow. 

Capital programme 

The Gender & Social D evelopment Department does not have a capita 1 
programme over the term covered by the m edium term rev enue and 
expenditure framework. 


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Internal Department: Human Settlement 


Location of SDBIP 

www.stevetshwetelm.qov.za/treasurv.htlm 

Description of services 

According to the Housing Act, 1997 section 9, states that every municipality 
must, as part of the municipality process of integrated development planning, 
take all reasonable and necessary steps within the framework of national and 
provincial housing legislation and policy to initiate, plan, co-ordinate, facilitate, 
promote and enable appropriate housing development in its area of jurisdiction. 

Currently the municipality is monitoring the development of hous es and 
management of municipal housing rental stock by: 

• Keep and maintain housing needs register or waiting list of households that 
applied since 1996. 

• Ensure that the inhabitants of its area of jurisdiction have access to adequate 
housing on a progressive basis. 

• Set housing delivery goals in respect of its areas of jurisdiction. 

• Submit the needs and priorities to MEC for allocation. 

• Monitor the contractors appointed for the projects in the areas of jurisdiction. 

• Correspond with potential and existing beneficiaries. 

• Receive and process housing subsidy application forms for different housing 
programmes and keep proper records. 

• Submit completed subsidy applications for searches and approval. 

• Allocate completed houses to approved beneficiaries. 

• Implementation of the Preventio n of illegal Eviction from and un lawful 
Occupation of Land Act No 19 of 1998. 

• Implementation of the Housi ng Rental Act No 50 of 1 9 99 as amended by Act 

43 of 2007. 

• Implementation of Housing Consumer Education programme. 

Senior management structure 

The Human Settlement De partment is headed by the Assistant D irector: 
Housing Services and Human Settlements. This department resides within the 
Community Services Directorate, which is headed by the Executive Director 
Community Services. 

ALIGNMENT WITH IDP 

STATEGIC GOAL: COST EFFECTIVE & SUSTAINABLE SERVICE DELIVERY 

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE: To provide safety and security to human life 

OBJECTIVES 

STRATEGIES 

PROGRAMME / ACTIVITY 

To ensure e ffective coordination and 
implementation of housing provision. 

STLM was awarded municipal 

accreditation status level 1&2. 

Memorandum of Agreement to be 
signed 

Engage public and private sector on the 
construction and provision of houses. 

Source out funding for the 
construction of houses. 

Ensure availability of serviced 
stands. 

Liaise with other municipal 
departments for the provision of 
serviced land. 

Monitor the implementation of housing 
projects. 

Consultation with province, 
contractors and private sector . 

Planning for Integrated housing 
development. 

Convene Planning and Steering 
Committee meetings. 

Forging partnerships with relevant 
stakeholders. 

Identify and develop internal and 
external stakeholders’ database. 

Enhance the provision of rental housing. 

Monitor the implementation of the 
MOU signed with Steve Tshwete 


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Housing Association. Source 
funding for community residential 
units( CRU) 

To ensure effective coordination and 
implementation of housing provision. 

Allocating subsidies in line with the 
housing policy. 

Capture and update the Housing 
Needs Register or waiting list. 

Capture the s ubsidy application 
forms on an electronic system. 

Conduct housing consumer education. 

Educate first time hou sing 
owners about housing issues. 

Conduct public awareness and 
education campaigns. 

To prevent illegal occupation of land. 

Monitor areas prone to land invasion and 
act against illegal activities. 

Issuing of n otices on illegal 
occupation of land. 

Demolishing of illegal structures. 

Patrolling of hot spot areas. 

Educating communities on illegal 
occupation of land. 

Use community meetings to 
conduct awareness campaigns 
on illegal occupation of land and 
houses. 

Changes to service levels 

No changes to current service levels are expected over the term covered by the 
medium revenue and expenditure framework. 

Summary of revenue and expenditure 

The detailed operating revenue by source, operating and capital expenditure by 
type is attached in the schedules which follow. 

Capital programme 

The five year capital programme is attached. The full detail is contained in the 
SDBIP document. 

Key capital expenditure includes: 

RO. 2-million for vehicles 

RO. 3-million for furniture and equipment 

The capital programme of the Human Settlement Department amounts to R0.5- 
million and represents 0.02% of the overall capital programme of the 
municipality for the 201 5/201 6 financial year. 




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Operational Budget for the three financial years from 2015/16 until 2017/18 



Actual 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Budget 

Forecast 

Forecast 

Human Settlement / Total 

2013/14 

2014/15 

2014/15 

2015/16 

2016/17 

2017/18 


R 

R 

R 

R 

R 

R 

REVENUE BY SOURCE 







PROPERTY RATES 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

PENALTIES IMPOSED & COLLECTION CHARGES ON RATES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

SERVICE CHARGES 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - TURNOVER 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - RENUMERATION 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

RENT OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 

177 833 

187 545 

187 545 

192 214 

201 864 

212 314 

INTEREST EARNED - EXTERNAL INVESTMENTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTEREST EARNED - OUTSTANDING DEBTORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

FINES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LICENSES & PERMITS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INCOME FOR AGENCY SERVICES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - OPERATING 

22 600 902 

80 979 393 

3 360 899 

913 540 

- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - CAPITAL 

18 050 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

PUBLIC CONTRIBUTIONS &DONATIONS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OTHER REVENUE 

2 018 

1 600 

16 000 

1 680 

1 765 

1 889 

GAIN ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

22 798 802 

81 168 538 

3 564 444 

1 107 434 

203 629 

214 203 

LESS REVENUE FOREGONE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

22 798 802 

81 168 538 

3 564 444 

1 107 434 

203 629 

214 203 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 







INTEREST RECEIVED - INTERNAL LOANS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTERNAL RECOVERIES (Activity Based Costing) 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED - INTERNAL 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

22 798 802 

81 168 538 

3 564 444 

1 107 434 

203 629 

214 203 

OPERATING EXPENDITURE 







EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Wages & Salaries 

7 655 541 

9 028 597 

9 393 973 

- 10 241 410 

- 10 951 207 

- 1 1 753 835 

EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Social Contributions 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS CAPITALISED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS ALLOCATED TO OTHER OPERATING 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

ITEMS 







REMUNERATION OF COUNCILLORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

BAD DEBTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

COLLECTION COSTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRECIATION (GAMAP) 

414 703 

571 605 

571 605 

354 756 

356 991 

352 077 

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE - Municipal Assets 

257 497 

343 835 

385 895 

366 530 

386 805 

407 344 

INTEREST EXPENSE - EXTERNAL BORROWINGS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

BULK PURCHASES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 

6 639 

6 687 

6 687 

6 973 

7 357 

7 872 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES PAID (F4.2) 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GENERAL EXPENSES - OTHER 

1 014 479 

- 81 516 461 

4 397 684 

2 058 609 

1 760 181 

1 915 732 

LOSS ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

5 476 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO/(FROM) PROVISIONS 

- 

3 317 

3 317 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

9 354 335 

- 91 470 502 

14 759 161 

- 13 028 278 

13 462 541 

- 14 436 860 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 







INTEREST - INTERNAL BORROWINGS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTERNAL CHARGES (Activity Based Costing) 

527 128 

680 187 

710 070 

844 856 

962 162 

1 076 902 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

527 128 

680 187 

710 070 

844 856 

962 162 

1 076 902 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

9 881 463 

- 92 150 689 

15 469 231 

- 13 873 134 

14 424 703 

- 15 513 762 

OPERA TING SURPL US / (DEFICIT) 

12 917 339 

- 10 982 151 

11 904 787 

- 12 765 700 

14 221 074 

- 15 299 559 

LESS TAX 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) AFTERTAX 

12 917 339 

- 10 982 151 

11 904 787 

- 12 765 700 

14 221 074 

- 15 299 559 

CROSS SUBSIDISATION 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

PLUS INTERESTS IN ENTERPRISES NOT WHOLLY OWNED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

SURPLUS / (- DEFICIT) AFTER TAX, CROSS SUBSIDIES 

12 917 339 

- 10 982 151 

11 904 787 

- 12 765 700 

14 221 074 

- 15 299 559 

OTHER ADJUSTMENTS AND TRANSFERS 







DIVIDENDS PAID (Municipal Entities Only) 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

ASSET FINANCING RESERVE (AFR) 

72 204 

100 336 

100 336 

83 175 

107 749 

92 576 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX AFR 

- 

529 107 

529 107 

318 877 

323 292 

326 565 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX GOVT GRANTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX DONATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS 

- 

80 627 

80 627 

33 440 

33 432 

25 238 

SELF INSURANCE RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

REVALUATION RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OTHER 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE AFTER ADJUSTMENTS 

9 953 667 

- 91 641 291 

14 959 833 

- 13 603 992 

14 175 728 

- 15 254 535 

CHANGE TO UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS / (ACCUMULATED 

12 845 135 

- 10 472 753 

11 395 389 

- 12 496 558 

13 972 099 

- 15 040 332 

DEFICIT) 







LESS CAPITAL GRANTS RECOGNISED 

18 050 

- 

- 

- 

_ 

- 

NET OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) 

12 827 086 

- 10 472 753 

11 395 389 

- 12 496 558 

13 972 099 

- 15 040 332 









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CAPITAL BUDGET 2015/2016 - 2019/2020 


Function 

Program Name 

KPA 

Goals 

Objective 

KPI from IDP 

Targets from IDP 

New 

Sub 

NEW IDP 

CODE 

Cost 

Centre 

Proj No 

Proj Output 

Revised Deliverables 

Ward 

Concept 

N/R/C 

Adj Fund 

Concept 

Approved 

2015/2016 

Approved 

2016/2017 

Approved 

2017/2018 

Approved 

2018/2019 

Approved 

2019/2020 

HUMAN 

SETTLEMENT 

FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

PROVIDE SAFETY AND 

SECURITY TO HUMAN LIFE 

BULK FILING 

CABINET 

PURCHASED 

PURCHASE 2 BULK 

FILLING CABINETS 

HS 

HS 

FHS4 

452 

1000283 

FURNITURE & 

EQUIPMENT 

2 X BULK FILLING 

CABINETS IN OUTER 

YEARS 

INST 

N 

CRR (REV) 


20 000 


22 000 


HUMAN 

SETTLEMENT 

FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

PROVIDE SAFETY AND 

SECURITY TO HUMAN LIFE 

REPLACE ONE LDV 

REPLACE DVK854MP 



FHS4 

452 

1600070 

RELACE LDV 

REPLACE DVK854MP 

INST 


CRR 

350 000 






FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

Total 
















350 000 

20 000 


22 000 


HUMAN 

SETTLEMENT 

VEHICLES 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

PREVENT ILLEGAL 

OCCUPATION OF LAND 

NUMBER OF 

MOTORBIKES TO BE 

PARCHED 

REPLACE 4X 

MOTORBIKES 

HS 

HS 

FHS4 

460 

0008021 

PURCHASE 

MOTORBIKES X 6 

REPLACE 4X 

MOTORBIKES 

ALL 

R 

CRR 

150 000 

150 000 

155 000 

160 000 

160 000 


VEHICLES 

Total 
















150 000 

150 000 

155 000 

160 000 

160 000 

HUMAN 

SETTLEMENT 

Total 

















500 000 

170 000 

155 000 

182 000 

160 000 


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Public Safety / Total 

Actual 

2013/14 

R 

Original Budget 

2014/15 

R 

Adjusted Budget 

2014/15 

R 

Budget 

2015/16 

R 

Forecast 

2016/17 

R 

Forecast 

2017/18 

R 

REVENUE BY SOURCE 







PROPERTY RATES 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

PENALTIES IMPOSED & COLLECTION CHARGES ON RATES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

SERVICE CHARGES 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - TURNOVER 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - RENUMERATION 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

RENT OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTEREST EARNED - EXTERNAL INVESTMENTS 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

INTEREST EARNED - OUTSTANDING DEBTORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

FINES 

13 746 415 

6 129 600 

13 659 074 

16 428 100 

16 650 500 

16 820 100 

LICENSES & PERMITS 

100 654 

117 860 

117 860 

132 750 

139 940 

145 036 

INCOME FOR AGENCY SERVICES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - OPERATING 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - CAPITAL 

1 236 880 

1 900 000 

- 

3 000 000 

3 000 000 

3 200 000 

PUBLIC CONTRIBUTIONS &DONATIONS 

2 443 630 

- 

- 

2 605 000 

- 

- 

OTHER REVENUE 

817 432 

582 860 

446 725 

499 747 

531 173 

563 914 

GAIN ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

18 345 011 

8 730 320 

14 223 659 

22 665 597 

20 321 613 

20 729 050 

LESS REVENUE FOREGONE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

18 345 011 

8 730 320 

14 223 659 

22 665 597 

20 321 613 

20 729 050 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 







INTEREST RECEIVED - INTERNAL LOANS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTERNAL RECOVERIES (Activity Based Costing) 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED - INTERNAL 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

18 345 011 

8 730 320 

14 223 659 

22 665 597 

20 321 613 

20 729 050 

OPERATING EXPENDITURE 







EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Wages & Salaries 

- 46 756 357 

- 52 362 438 

52 505 523 

- 55 834 399 

- 60 696 979 

- 65 784 737 

EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Social Contributions 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS CAPITALISED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS ALLOCATED TO OTHER OPERATING 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

ITEMS 







REMUNERATION OF COUNCILLORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

BAD DEBTS 

8 409 846 

- 

8 000 000 

8 200 000 

8 300 000 

8 400 000 

COLLECTION COSTS 

- 

- 

- 

2 000 000 

2 000 000 

2 000 000 

DEPRECIATION (GAMAP) 

6 307 434 

6 698 195 

6 698 195 

6 428 097 

6 281 174 

6 335 218 

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE - Municipal Assets 

5 636 661 

8 101 972 

8 240 092 

8 589 210 

9 018 148 

9 527 147 

INTEREST EXPENSE - EXTERNAL BORROWINGS 

526 374 

574 521 

574 521 

1 022 230 

1 479 082 

1 590 772 

BULK PURCHASES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 

215 903 

254 000 

254 000 

296 675 

311510 

329 933 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES PAID (F4.2) 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GENERAL EXPENSES - OTHER 

- 13 099 235 

- 15 457 506 

15 357 051 

- 16 747 316 

- 18 160814 

- 19 617 256 

LOSS ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

62 501 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO/(FROM) PROVISIONS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 81 014 311 

- 83 448 632 

91 629 382 

- 99 117 927 

- 106 247 707 

- 113 585 063 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 







INTEREST - INTERNAL BORROWINGS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTERNAL CHARGES (Activity Based Costing) 

4 760 493 

5 793 080 

5 924 727 

5 866 151 

6 644 609 

7 434 477 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

4 760 493 

5 793 080 

5 924 727 

5 866 151 

6 644 609 

7 434 477 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 85 774 803 

- 89 241 712 

97 554 109 

- 104 984 078 

- 112 892 316 

- 121019 540 

OPERA TING SURPL US / (DEFICIT) 

- 67 429 792 

- 80 511 392 

83 330 450 

- 82 318 481 

92 570 703 

- 100 290 490 

LESS TAX 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) AFTERTAX 

- 67 429 792 

- 80 511 392 

83 330 450 

- 82 318 481 

92 570 703 

- 100 290 490 

CROSS SUBSIDISATION 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

PLUS INTERESTS IN ENTERPRISES NOT WHOLLY OWNED 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 


SURPLUS / (- DEFICIT) AFTER TAX, CROSS SUBSIDIES 

- 67 429 792 

- 80 511 392 

83 330 450 

- 82 318 481 

92 570 703 

- 100 290 490 

OTHER ADJUSTMENTS AND TRANSFERS 







DIVIDENDS PAID (Municipal Entities Only) 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

ASSET FINANCING RESERVE (AFR) 

829 044 

1 126 477 

1 126 477 

1 680 407 

1 448 689 

1 497 340 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX AFR 

- 

5 328 838 

5 328 838 

4 700 294 

4 336 340 

4 233 795 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX GOVT GRANTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX DONATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS 

- 

650 744 

650 744 

904 588 

943 692 

957 320 

SELF INSURANCE RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

500 000 

500 000 

500 000 

REVALUATION RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OTHER 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE AFTER ADJUSTMENTS 

- 86 603 847 

- 84 388 607 

92 701 004 

- 101559 603 

- 109 560 973 

- 117 825 765 

CHANGE TO UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS / (ACCUMULATED 
DEFICIT) 

- 68 258 836 

- 75 658 287 

78 477 345 

- 78 894 006 

89 239 360 

- 97 096 715 

LESS CAPITAL GRANTS RECOGNISED 

1 236 880 

1 900 000 

- 

3 000 000 

3 000 000 

3 200 000 


2 443 630 

- 

- 

2 605 000 

- 

- 

NET OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) 

- 71 939 346 

- 77 558 287 

78 477 345 

- 84 499 006 

92 239 360 

- 100 296 715 









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Internal Department: Traffic & Law Enforcement 


Location of SDBIP 

www.stevetshwetelm.qov.za/treasurv.htlm 

Description of services 

The following aspects are services provided by the Traffic, Law 
Enforcement & Security Services, within the Steve Tshwete Local 
Municipality: 


Ensuring that the roads are safe 

• Reducing the number collisions within the MP 313 area through traffic 
law enforcement 

• Ensuring that traffic officers are deployed in all areas 

• Improve free flow of traffic 

• Provision of traffic calming measures 

• Ensure that proper signs and directions are given to the road users 

• Provision of road safety awareness 

• Monitoring the trading of hawkers 

• Provision of accident statics 

Senior management structure 

The Traffic, Law Enforcement & S ecurity Services, is headed by the 
Director Public Safety, and resides in the Community Services Directorate, 
which is headed by the Executive Director Community Services, Ms. C . 
Hlatshwayo. 

ALIGNMENT WITH IDP 

STRATEGIC GOAL: COST EFFECTIVE & SUSTAINABLE SERVICE DELIVERY 

Strategic Objectives: To provide safety and security to human life. 

OBJECTIVES 

STRATEGIES 

PROGRAMME / ACTIVITY 

To create a n effective and efficient law 
enforcement within the municipal area. 

Utilization of specialized traffic control 
orientated vehicles. 

Purchase or replace vehicles 
Purchase multipurpose vehicle 


Utilization of specialized traffic 
equipment 

Alcohol testing machines 

Speed machines 

Remcom machine 

To improve the free flow of traffic. 

Installation of new traffic signals 

Installation of traffic signals 


Painting of markings 

Correct placing and visibility: 

Road signs 

Information signs 

Truck route boards 

Street names 

Purchasing of: 

Generator 

Compressor 

Painting machine 


Construction of multi modal facility and 
upgrading of existing taxi facilities 

Source out funds for the 
establishment and develop the 
facility 

Shelters for taxi ranks 

To have well equipped personnel 

Provision of necessary tools for 
personnel 

Purchase: 

Firearms 

Firearm safes 

Radios 

Filling cabinets 

Furniture and equipment 

To promote a safe and compliant trading 
environment for hawkers 

Law enforcement on hawkers 

Enforcement of by- laws and 
Mpumalanga Business Act 


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Monitoring of street traders 

Update hawkers register 

Allocation of proper stalls and 
well demarcated sites 

Building of hawkers facility for 
Hendrina 

Building stalls for hawkers 
Installation of air condition, 
refrigerator or fans for hawkers 
pound 

Installation of electricity at Van 
Calder stalls 

Installation of floor tiles at the 
hawkers pound 

To improve road safety 

Regulate traffic 

Scholar patrols and traffic 
wardens placed at strategic 
areas 

Construction of traffic calming 
measures in order to reduce 
speed (speed humps) 

Building of the traffic terrain 

To alleviate the burden on the courts of trying 
offenders for infringements 

Establishment of municipal courts 

Identification of suitable land for 
the building 

Appointment of suitable 
personnel 

Changes to service levels 

No changes to current service levels are expected over the term covered 
by the medium revenue and expenditure framework. 

Summary of revenue and expenditure 

The detailed operating revenue by source, operating and capital 
expenditure by type is attached in the schedules which follow. 

Capital programme 

The five year capital programme is attached. The full detail is contained in 
the SDBIP document. 

Key capital expenditure includes: 

RO. 5-million for plant & equipment 

Rl-milion for replacement of traffic signs, signs and street names 

RO. 3-million for traffic calming measures 

R1 -million for vehicles 

The capital programme for the T raffic Department amounts to R2. 8-million 
and represents 1% of the overall capital programme of the municipality for 
the 2015/2016 financial year. 


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Operational Budget for the three financial years from 2015/16 until 2017/18 



Actual 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Budget 


Forecast 

Forecast 

Public Safety / Traffic 

2013/14 

2014/15 

2014/15 

2015/16 


2016/17 

2017/18 


R 

R 

R 

R 


R 

R 

REVENUE BY SOURCE 








PROPERTY RATES 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

PENALTIES IMPOSED & COLLECTION CHARGES ON RATES 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

SERVICE CHARGES 

. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - TURNOVER 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - RENUMERATION 

. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

RENT OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

INTEREST EARNED - EXTERNAL INVESTMENTS 

. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

INTEREST EARNED - OUTSTANDING DEBTORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED 

. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

FINES 

13 746 415 

6 129 600 

13 659 074 

16 428 100 


16 650 500 

16 820 100 

LICENSES & PERMITS 

100 654 

117 860 

117 860 

132 750 


139 940 

145 036 

INCOME FOR AGENCY SERVICES 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - OPERATING 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - CAPITAL 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

PUBLIC CONTRIBUTIONS &DONATIONS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

OTHER REVENUE 

472 701 

254 725 

208 950 

209 500 


219 540 

227 752 

GAIN ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

14 319 770 

6 502 185 

13 985 884 

16 770 350 

17 009 980 

17 192 888 

LESS REVENUE FOREGONE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

14 319 770 

6 502 185 

13 985 884 

16 770 350 

17 009 980 

17 192 888 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 








INTEREST RECEIVED - INTERNAL LOANS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

INTERNAL RECOVERIES (Activity Based Costing) 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED - INTERNAL 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

14 319 770 

6 502 185 

13 985 884 

16 770 350 

17 009 980 

17 192 888 

OPERATING EXPENDITURE 








EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Wages & Salaries 

- 21 961 423 

- 24 496 325 

24 534 322 

- 26 355 104 

- 

28 331 737 

- 30 598 275 

EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Social Contributions 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS CAPITALISED 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS ALLOCATED TO OTHER OPERATING 
ITEMS 








REMUNERATION OF COUNCILLORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

BAD DEBTS 

8 409 846 

- 

8 000 000 

8 200 000 

- 

8 300 000 

8 400 000 

COLLECTION COSTS 

- 

- 

- 

2 000 000 

- 

2 000 000 

2 000 000 

DEPRECIATION (GAMAP) 

1 571 020 

1 842 057 

1 842 057 

1 723 788 

- 

1 750 363 

1 975 175 

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE - Municipal Assets 

2 424 902 

3 036 015 

3 070 015 

3 280 180 

- 

3 448 001 

3 638 453 

INTEREST EXPENSE - EXTERNAL BORROWINGS 

109 606 

202 976 

202 976 

314 193 

- 

395 604 

422 933 

BULK PURCHASES 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES PAID (F4.2) 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

GENERAL EXPENSES - OTHER 

4 631 161 

5 764 392 

5 589 745 

5 930 889 

- 

6 219 921 

6 396 116 

LOSS ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

29 146 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO/(FROM) PROVISIONS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 39 137 105 

- 35 341 765 

43 239 115 

- 47 804 154 

- 

50 445 626 

- 53 430 952 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 








INTEREST - INTERNAL BORROWINGS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

INTERNAL CHARGES (Activity Based Costing) 

2 341 982 

2 773 974 

2 842 630 

2 570 338 

- 

2 938 654 

3 303 752 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

2 341 982 

2 773 974 

2 842 630 

2 570 338 

2 938 654 

3 303 752 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 41 479 087 

- 38 115 739 

46 081 745 

- 50 374 492 

- 

53 384 280 

- 56 734 704 

OPERA TING SURPL US / (DEFICIT) 

- 27 159 316 

- 31 613 554 

32 095 861 

- 33 604 142 

- 

36 374 300 

- 39 541 816 

LESS TAX 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) AFTERTAX 

- 27 159 316 

- 31 613 554 

32 095 861 

- 33 604 142 

- 

36 374 300 

- 39 541 816 

CROSS SUBSIDISATION 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

PLUS INTERESTS IN ENTERPRISES NOT WHOLLY OWNED 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

SURPLUS / (- DEFICIT) AFTER TAX, CROSS SUBSIDIES 

- 27 159 316 

- 31 613 554 

32 095 861 

- 33 604 142 

- 

36 374 300 

- 39 541 816 

OTHER ADJUSTMENTS AND TRANSFERS 








DIVIDENDS PAID (Municipal Entities Only) 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

ASSET FINANCING RESERVE (AFR) 

232 488 

328 598 

328 598 

769 184 

- 

518 709 

501 108 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX AFR 

- 

1 595 785 

1 595 785 

1 461 615 


1 447 328 

1 637 563 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX GOVT GRANTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX DONATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS 

- 

1 353 

1 353 

- 


- 

- 

SELF INSURANCE RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

REVALUATION RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

OTHER 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE AFTER ADJUSTMENTS 

- 41 711 575 

- 36 847 199 

44 813 205 

- 49 682 061 

- 

52 455 661 

- 55 598 249 

CHANGE TO UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS / (ACCUMULATED 
DEFICIT) 

- 27 391 804 

- 30 345 014 

30 827 321 

- 32 911 711 

" 

35 445 681 

- 38 405 361 

LESS CAPITAL GRANTS RECOGNISED 

- 

" 

- 

- 

- 

- 

NET OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) 

- 27 391 804 

- 30 345 014 

30 827 321 

- 32 911 711 

E 

35 445 681 

- 38 405 361 









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CAPITAL BUDGET 2015/2016 - 2019/2020 


Function 

Program Name 

KPA 

Goals 

Objective 

KPI from IDP 

Targets from IDP 

New 

Sub 

NEW IDP 

CODE 

Cost 

Centre 

Proj No 

Proj Output 

Revised Deliverables 

Ward 

Concept 

N/R/C 

Adj Fund 

Concept 

Approved 

2015/2016 

Approved 

2016/2017 

Approved 

2017/2018 

Approved 

2018/2019 

Approved 

2019/2020 

TRAFFIC 

FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

WELL EQUIP 

ORGANIZATION.... 

NUMBER OF 

FURNITURE 

PURCHASED 

5X FIRE ARMS 

PS 

TR 

FSE4 

310 

0008300 

FURNITURES 

EQUIPMENT 

DESK, 2VISITORS 

INST 

R 

CRR (REV) 

8 000 

3 000 

8 000 

3 000 

10 000 


FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

Total 
















8 000 

3 000 

8 000 

3 000 

10 000 

TRAFFIC 

INVALID 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

WELL EQUIP 

ORGANIZATION.... 

NUMBER OF FIRE 

ARMS PURCHASED 

IX COMPRESSOR 

PS 

TR 

FSE4 

310 

1000060 

FIREARMS 

PURCHASE FIVE 

FIREARMS 

INST 

N 

CRR (REV) 

40 000 


42 000 


45 000 

TRAFFIC 

INVALID 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

TO IMPROVE THE FREE FLOW 

OF TRAFFIC 

NUMBER OF 

MACHINE 

PURCHASED 

1*SPEED MACHINE 

PS 

TR 

FSE4 

310 

1300054 

PAINTING MACHINE 

PURCHASE PAINTING 

MACHINE HENDRINA 

INST 

R 

CRR (REV) 

280 000 





TRAFFIC 

INVALID 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

TO CREATE AN EFFECTIVE & 

EFFICIENT LAW 

ENFORCEMENT WITHIN THE 

MUNICIPAL AREA 

NUMBER OF SPEED 

EQUIPMENT 

PURCHASED 

10 * FIRE ARM SAFE 

PS 

TR 

FSE4 

310 

1300071 

EQUIPMENT 

PURCHASE SPEED 

MACHINE MIDDELBURG 

INST 

N 

CRR (REV) 

140 000 

147 000 

154 350 

162 100 

170100 

TRAFFIC 

INVALID 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

WELL EQUIP 

ORGANIZATION.... 

NUMBER OF SAFES 

PURCHASED 

4* POUND SHELF 

PS 

TR 

FSE4 

310 

1300072 

FIRE ARM SAFES 

10 * FIRE ARM SAFES 

INST 

N 

CRR (REV) 

8 000 

8 000 

8 000 

8 000 

8 000 

TRAFFIC 

INVALID 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

WELL EQUIP 

ORGANIZATION.... 

NUMBER OF 

CABINET 

PURCHASED 

5 INFORMATION SIGNS 

PS 

TR 

FSE4 

310 

1400096 

FILING CABINETS 

PURCHASE OF FILLING 

CABINETS 4 DRAWERS 

INST 

N 

CRR (REV) 

30 000 


30 000 




INVALID 

Total 
















498 000 

155 000 

234 350 

170 100 

223 100 

TRAFFIC 

NEW TRAFFIC 
SIGNALS; SIGNS 
& STREET 

NAMES 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

TO IMPROVE THE FREE FLOW 

OF TRAFFIC 

NUMBER OF 

PROPER 

INFORMATION 

SIGNS PROVIDED 

3* INSTALL SIGNALS AT 
WALTER SISULU/DR 
MANDELA, EXT24, 
UPGRADING OF Nil & 

MANDELA 

PS 

TR 

FSE4 

310 

1400097 

INFORMATION SIGNS 

INFORMATION SIGNS 
SAMORA/MANDELA- 
W20;HENDRINA/MAND 
ELA- 

W10;MANDELA/COWE 

10,12,1 
4,16, 20 

N 

CRR (REV) 

60 000 

63 000 

66 000 

70 000 

73 000 


NEW TRAFFIC 

SIGNALS; SIGNS 

& STREET 

NAMES Total 
















60 000 

63 000 

66 000 

70 000 

73 000 

TRAFFIC 

PLANT & 

EQUIPMENT 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

TO IMPROVE FREE FLOW OF 

TRAFFIC 

PURCHASED 

COMPRESSOR 


PS 

TR 

FSE4 

310 

1100014 

TOOLS AND 

EQUIPMENT 

PURCHASE 

COMPRESSOR 

INST 

N 

CRR (REV) 


15 000 


17 000 


TRAFFIC 

PLANT & 

EQUIPMENT 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

PROMOTE SAFE & COMPLIANT 

TRADING ENVIRONMENT FOR 

HAWKERS 

NUMBER OF 

SHELVES 

PURCHASED 

IX GENERATOR 

PS 

TR 

FSE4 

310 

1400090 

POUND SHELVES 

INSTALLATION OF 

POUND SHELVES 

INST 

N 

CRR (REV) 

30 000 

70 000 




TRAFFIC 

PLANT & 

EQUIPMENT 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

TO IMPROVE THE FREE FLOW 

OF TRAFFIC 

PURCHASED 

EQUIPMENT 

4X FILING CABINET 

PS 

TR 

FSE4 

310 

1400095 

GENERATOR 

PURCHASE GENERATOR 

ALL 

N 

CRR (REV) 


30 000 





PLANT & 

EQUIPMENT 

Total 
















30 000 

115 000 


17 000 



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Function 

Program Name 

KPA 

Goals 

Objective 

KPI from IDP 

Targets from IDP 

New 

Sub 

NEW IDP 

CODE 

Cost 

Centre 

Proj No 

Proj Output 

Revised Deliverables 

Ward 

Concept 

N/R/C 

Adj Fund 

Concept 

Approved 

2015/2016 

Approved 

2016/2017 

Approved 

2017/2018 

Approved 

2018/2019 

Approved 

2019/2020 

TRAFFIC 

REPLACE 

TRAFFIC 

SIGNALS; SIGNS 
& STREET 

NAMES 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

TO IMPROVE THE FREE FLOW 

OF TRAFFIC 

INSTALLED TRAFFIC 

SIGNALS 

IX LDV 

PS 

TR 

FSE4 

310 

0007150 

UPGRADE TRAFFIC 

SIGNALS - CONTROL &. 

SYNCHRONIZATION 

3* INSTALL SIGNALS AT 
KEISKAMMA/SONDAGS 
RIVIER, EXT24, 
UPGRADING OF Nil & 

MANDELA 

10 & 12 

R 

EFF 

900 000 

970 000 

1 000 000 

1 000 000 

1000 000 


REPLACE 

TRAFFIC 

SIGNALS; SIGNS 

& STREET 

NAMES Total 
















900 000 

970 000 

1 000 000 

1 000 000 

1 000 000 

TRAFFIC 

TRAFFIC 

CALMING 

MEASURES 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

TO IMPROVE ROAD SAFETY 

NUMBER OF 

TRAFFIC CALMING 

MEASURES 

CONSTRUCTED 

3X VEHICLES 

PS 

TR 

FSE4 

310 

0008013 

TRAFFIC CALMING 

MEASURES IN MP313 

AREA 

SPEED HUMPS &RUMB 

HUMPS AT 

DUMANE,MGWAZENI, 

MASHABA,QWABE,ROC 

KDALE 

1,2,3,10 

,22,27,2 

5,21,17 

&5 

N 

CRR 

300 000 

315 000 

330 000 

350 000 

370 000 


TRAFFIC 

CALMING 

MEASURES 

Total 
















300 000 

315 000 

330 000 

350 000 

370 000 

TRAFFIC 

VEHICLES 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

TO CREATE AN EFFECTIVE & 

EFFICIENT LAW 

ENFORCEMENT WITHIN THE 

MUNICIPAL AREA 

NUMBER OF 

REPLACED VEHICLES 


PS 

TR 

FSE4 

310 

0008015 

VEHICLE 

REPLACEMENT 

PURCHASE THREE 

VEHICLES IN ORDER TO 

REPLACE 

BMW468MP,CRP126M 

P 8tCDF562MP 

ALL 

R 

CRR 

1 000 000 

1 060 000 

1 150 000 

1 230 000 

1 330 000 


VEHICLES 

Total 
















1 000 000 

1 060 000 

1 150 000 

1 230 000 

1 330 000 

TRAFFIC 

Total 

















2 796 000 

2 681 000 

2 788 350 

2 840 100 

3 006 100 


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Internal Department: Safety & Security 


Location of SDBIP 

www.stevetshwetelm.aov.za/treasurv.htlm 

Description of services 

The following aspects are services provided by the Security Division, within 
the Traffic, Law Enforcement & Security Services, of the Steve Tshwete Local 
Municipality: 


• Securing Municipal personnel and property. 

Senior management structure 

The Traffic, Law Enforcement & Security Services, is headed by the Director 
Public Safety, and resides in the Community Services Directorate, which is 
headed by the Executive Director Community Services, Ms. C. Hlatshwayo. 

ALIGNMENT WITH IDP 

STRATEGIC GOAL: COST EFFECTIVE & SUSTAINABLE SERVICE DELIVERY 

Strategic Objectives: To provide safety and security to human life. 

OBJECTIVES 

STRATEGIES 

PROGRAMME / ACTIVITY 

To enhance safety and security at all 
municipal buildings, facilities and CBD area. 

Improve and maintain access control at 
municipal buildings 

Upgrade of the municipal main 
building entrance 



Deploy security guards for 
monitoring. 


Installation and implementation of security 
measures in order to minimize vandalism 
and theft at municipal buildings and CBD 
area 

Building or purchasing guard 
houses 

Installation of other security 
measures like digital security 
monitoring and others 

Installation of CCTV in the CBD 

area 


Utilization of security vehicles 

Purchase light delivery vehicle 

Changes to service levels 

No changes to current service levels are expected over the term covered by 
the medium revenue and expenditure framework. 

Summary of revenue and 
expenditure 

The detailed operating revenue by source, operating and capital expenditure 
by type is attached in the schedules which follow. 

Capital programme 

The five year capital programme is attached. 
SDBIP document. 

The full detail is contained in the 


Key capital expenditure include: 



RO. 25-million for vehicles 

The capital programme for the Safety and Security Department amounts to 
RO. 28-million and represents 0.1% of the overall capital programme of the 
municipality for the 2015/2016 financial year. 


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CAPITAL BUDGET 2015/2016 - 2019/2020 


Function 

Program Name 

KPA 

Goals 

Objective 

KPI from IDP 

Targets from IDP 

New 

Sub 

NEW IDP 

CODE 

Cost 

Centre 

Proj No 

Proj Output 

Revised Deliverables 

Ward 

Concept 

N/R/C 

Adj Fund 

Concept 

Approved 

2015/2016 

Approved 

2016/2017 

Approved 

2017/2018 

Approved 

2018/2019 

Approved 

2019/2020 

SECURITY 

INVALID 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

WELL EQUIP 

ORGANIZATION.... 

PURCHASED 

VEHICLE 


CO 

OA 

FSE4 

311 

1000219 

NEW VEHICLE LDV 

PURCHASE SECURITY 

LDV 

ALL 

N 

CRR 

250 000 






INVALID 

Total 
















250 000 





SECURITY 

PLANT & 

EQUIPMENT 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

ENHANCE SAFETY & SECURITY 
AT ALL MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS, 
FACILITIES &CBD 

PURCHASED PLANT 


CO 

OA 

FSE4 

311 

0008202 

GUARD HOUSES (1) 

1*PURCHASE GUARD 

HOUSE FOR ELECTRICAL 

REMOTE SITES 

10 

N 

CRR (REV) 

32 000 

35 000 

36 000 

38 000 

40 000 


PLANT & 

EQUIPMENT 

Total 
















32 000 

35 000 

36 000 

38 000 

40 000 

SECURITY 

SAFEGUARD 

MUNICIPAL 

ASSETS 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

TO ENHANCE SAFETY & 

SECURITY AT ALL MUNICIPAL 
BUILDINGS, FACILITIES &CBD 

EQUIPMENT 

PURCHASED 


CO 

OA 

FSE4 

311 

1500040 

DIGITAL MONITORING 

MEASURES 

ACCESS CONTROL 
(CLOCKING) CIVIC, 24 
HOUR, NASHUA 

ALL 

N 

CRR (REV) 


500 000 

500 000 

350 000 

200 000 


SAFEGUARD 

MUNICIPAL 

ASSETS 

Total 

















500 000 

500 000 

350 000 

200 000 

SECURITY 

Total 

















282 000 

535 000 

536 000 

388 000 

240 000 


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Internal Department: Emergency Services 


Location of SDBIP 

www.stevetshwetelm.qov.za/treasurv.htlm 

Description of services 

The municipality has well established Emergency Services for fire and rescue. 
The main stations are in Middelburg and Hendrina. An additional fire station is 
envisaged to be established which will serve Mhluzi area. Satellite stations are 
envisaged in Kranspoort and in the Industrial area in Middelburg to comply with 
Regulation 44 of South African National Standards, which require arrival at the 
scene of an emergency within at most 15 minutes. 

Furthermore, the Fire & Res cue Services provides the following humanitarian 
services to the community of the Steve Tshwete Local Municipal area: 

• Fire Services 

Structural fire fighting, which include informal housing 

Industrial accident 

Veld fires 

Rubbish fires 

Electrical fires 

Vehicle fires 

Fire prevention 

Fire breaks 

Training internal and external 

• Hazardous Material Incidents 

• Rescue Services 

Water rescue 

High angle rescue 

Animal rescue 

Trench rescue 

Building rescue 

Search and rescue (collapsed buildings / structures) 

• Special Services 

Opening of buildings and vehicles 

Pumping of water from flooded areas 

Standbys at community events 

• Disaster Management 

Disaster Management Plan 

Pitching of tents during disasters 

Assisting affected communities during disasters. 

Provision of water to communities in need 

Public awareness campaigns 

Assisting with evacuation training / drills 

Community education & training 

Supply and co-ordination of emergency shelters 

• Control Centres 

24 Hour complaints and information centre 

24 Hour fire services control centre 

Senior management structure 

The Emergency Services Department is headed by the Deputy Director: Fire & 
Rescue Services. This department resides within the Community 

Services directorate, which is headed by the Executive Director Com munity 
Services, Ms. C. Hlatshwayo 


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ALIGNMENT WITH IDP 

STRATEGIC GOAL: COST EFFECTIVE AND SUSTAINABLE SERVICE DELIVERY 

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES: TO PROVIDE SAFETY AND SECURITY TO HUMAN LIFE 

OBJECTIVES 

STRATEGIES 

PROGRAMME / ACTIVITY 

To provide effective and efficient 
emergency services. 

Development of Final Disaster Management 
Plan. 

Provide additional fire stations at strategic 
places and industrial areas. 

Manage and minimize the incidents of veld 
fires. 

Training of personnel on the 

Disaster Management Plan. 

Conduct Disaster Management 
and fire safety awareness 
campaigns. 

Enter into Mutual Aid Agreements 
with private sector. 

Participate in the ISDR 
(International Strategies for 

Disaster Reduction) programme. 

Liaise with relevant department for 
the construction of fire station in 
Mhluzi and Industrial areas. 

Encourage all the landowners in 
MP313 to join the Fire Protection 
Association. 

Conduct annual inspections. 

Enforce the Fire Protection 
Association (FPA) legislation. 

Changes to service levels 

Enter into mutual aid agreement with private sector 

Summary of revenue and 
expenditure 

Provide additional fire stations at strategic places and industrial areas. 

Capital programme 

The five year capital programme is attached. The full detail is contai ned in the 
SDBIP document. 

Key capital expenditures include: 

R1 ,0 - million for specialized vehicles 

R0,2 - million for plant & equipment 

R0,5- million for maintenance and upgrading of municipal buildings 

R3,7 - million for IT equipment and software 

The capital pr ogramme of the F ire and Emergency Department amounts to 
R5. 5-million and represents 2.3% of the overall capital programme of the 
municipality for the 201 5/201 6 financial year. 


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Operational Budget for the three financial years from 2015/16 until 2017/18 



Actual 

Original Budget 

Adjusted Budget 

Budget 


Forecast 

Forecast 

Public Safety / Fire 

2013/14 

2014/15 

2014/15 

2015/16 


2016/17 

2017/18 


R 

R 

R 

R 


R 

R 

REVENUE BY SOURCE 








PROPERTY RATES 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

PENALTIES IMPOSED & COLLECTION CHARGES ON RATES 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

SERVICE CHARGES 

. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - TURNOVER 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - RENUMERATION 

. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

RENT OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

INTEREST EARNED - EXTERNAL INVESTMENTS 

. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

INTEREST EARNED - OUTSTANDING DEBTORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED 

. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

FINES 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

LICENSES & PERMITS 

. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

INCOME FOR AGENCY SERVICES 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - OPERATING 

. 

. 

. 

. 


. 

. 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - CAPITAL 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

PUBLIC CONTRIBUTIONS &DONATIONS 

2 443 630 

- 

- 

2 605 000 


- 

- 

OTHER REVENUE 

344 730 

328 135 

237 775 

290 247 


311 633 

336 162 

GAIN ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

2 788 360 

328 135 

237 775 

2 895 247 

311 633 

336 162 

LESS REVENUE FOREGONE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

2 788 360 

328 135 

237 775 

2 895 247 

311 633 

336 162 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 








INTEREST RECEIVED - INTERNAL LOANS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

INTERNAL RECOVERIES (Activity Based Costing) 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED - INTERNAL 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

2 788 360 

328 135 

237 775 

2 895 247 

311 633 

336 162 

OPERATING EXPENDITURE 








EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Wages & Salaries 

- 24 783 161 

- 27 866 113 

27 971 201 

- 29 479 295 

- 

32 365 242 

- 35 186 462 

EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Social Contributions 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS CAPITALISED 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS ALLOCATED TO OTHER OPERATING 
ITEMS 








REMUNERATION OF COUNCILLORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

BAD DEBTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

COLLECTION COSTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DEPRECIATION (GAMAP) 

2 883 504 

2 982 745 

2 982 745 

2 796 959 

- 

2 482 573 

2 139 359 

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE - Municipal Assets 

1 380 715 

1 689 655 

1 793 775 

1 819 075 

- 

1 905 695 

2 038 919 

INTEREST EXPENSE - EXTERNAL BORROWINGS 

340 629 

304 057 

304 057 

265 345 

- 

223 774 

178 844 

BULK PURCHASES 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 

171 141 

170 000 

170 000 

208 475 

- 

218 900 

230 840 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES PAID (F4.2) 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

GENERAL EXPENSES - OTHER 

3 197 385 

3 893 447 

3 869 563 

4 170 260 

- 

4 451 328 

4 781 149 

LOSS ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

33 354 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO/(FROM) PROVISIONS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 32 789 889 

- 36 906 017 

37 091 341 

- 38 739 409 

- 

41 647 512 

- 44 555 573 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 








INTEREST - INTERNAL BORROWINGS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

INTERNAL CHARGES (Activity Based Costing) 

1 979 783 

2 508 599 

2 557 851 

2 598 971 

- 

2 971 895 

3 336 376 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

1 979 783 

2 508 599 

2 557 851 

2 598 971 

2 971895 

3 336 376 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 34 769 672 

- 39 414 616 

39 649 192 

- 41 338 380 

- 

44 619 407 

- 47 891 949 

OPERA TING SURPL US / (DEFICIT) 

- 31 981 311 

- 39 086 481 

39 411 417 

- 38 443 133 

- 

44 307 774 

- 47 555 787 

LESS TAX 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) AFTERTAX 

- 31 981 311 

- 39 086 481 

39 411 417 

- 38 443 133 

- 

44 307 774 

- 47 555 787 

CROSS SUBSIDISATION 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

PLUS INTERESTS IN ENTERPRISES NOT WHOLLY OWNED 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

SURPLUS / (- DEFICIT) AFTER TAX, CROSS SUBSIDIES 

- 31 981 311 

- 39 086 481 

39 411 417 

- 38 443 133 

- 

44 307 774 

- 47 555 787 

OTHER ADJUSTMENTS AND TRANSFERS 








DIVIDENDS PAID (Municipal Entities Only) 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

ASSET FINANCING RESERVE (AFR) 

368 808 

557 601 

557 601 

643 787 

- 

647 835 

698 569 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX AFR 

- 

2 074 773 

2 074 773 

1 634 662 


1 340 729 

1 017 223 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX GOVT GRANTS 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX DONATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS 

- 

522 777 

522 777 

781 599 


742 926 

678 776 

SELF INSURANCE RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

500 000 

- 

500 000 

500 000 

REVALUATION RESERVE 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

OTHER 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE AFTER ADJUSTMENTS 

- 35 138 480 

- 37 374 667 

37 609 243 

- 40 065 906 

- 

43 683 587 

- 47 394 519 

CHANGE TO UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS / (ACCUMULATED 
DEFICIT) 

- 32 350 119 

- 37 046 532 

37 371 468 

- 37 170 659 

" 

43 371 954 

- 47 058 357 

LESS CAPITAL GRANTS RECOGNISED 

- 

- 

- 

- 


- 

- 


2 443 630 

- 

- 

2 605 000 


- 

- 

NET OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) 

- 34 793 749 

- 37 046 532 

37 371 468 

- 39 775 659 

- 

43 371 954 

- 47 058 357 









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Function 

Program Name 

KPA 

Goals 

Objective 

KPI from IDP 

Targets from IDP 

New 

Sub 

NEW IDP 

CODE 

Cost 

Centre 

Proj No 

Proj Output 

Revised Deliverables 

Ward 

Concept 

N/R/C 

Adj Fund 

Concept 

Approved 

2015/2016 

Approved 

2016/2017 

Approved 

2017/2018 

Approved 

2018/2019 

Approved 

2019/2020 

MUNICIPAL 

BUILDING 

(THEMBA 

MASANGO) 

UPGRADE 

MUNICIPAL 

BUILDINGS 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE AND UPGRADE 

BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES 

UPGRARED 

BUILDING 


CO 

PY 

EMB3 

153 

1600009 

UPGRADING OF 

MUNICIPAL BUILDING 

OFFICES. 

INSTALL OF 500 M2 

WINDOW SHADING AT 

MANDLA MASANGO 

BUILDING 



CRR 

200 000 






UPGRADE 

MUNICIPAL 

BUILDINGS 

Total 
















200 000 





MUNICIPAL 

BUILDING 

(THEMBA 

MASANGO) 

Total 

















200 000 






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CAPITAL BUDGET 2015/2016 - 2019/2020 


Function 

Program Name 

KPA 

Goals 

Objective 

KPI from IDP 

Targets from IDP 

New 

Sub 

NEW IDP 

CODE 

Cost 

Centre 

Proj No 

Proj Output 

Revised Deliverables 

Ward 

Concept 

N/R/C 

Adj Fund 

Concept 

Approved 

2015/2016 

Approved 

2016/2017 

Approved 

2017/2018 

Approved 

2018/2019 

Approved 

2019/2020 

FIRE SERVICES 

FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

EQUIP ORGANIZATION IN 

ORDER TO ENHANCE SERVICE 

DELIVERY 

PURCHASED 

EQUIPMENT 

PURCHASE 6 X 
EQUIPMENT LOCKERS; 4 
X FILING CABINETS AND 
2 X OFFICE DESKS; 
MIDDELBURG 

PS 

PF 

FSE4 

515 

1100195 

REPLACE FURNITURE 

& EQUIPMENT 

PURCHASE 6 X 
EQUIPMENT LOCKERS; 4 
X FI LING CABINETS AND 
2 X OFFICE DESKS; 
MIDDELBURG 

ALL 

R 

CRR (REV) 

10 000 

3 000 


15 000 

15 000 


FURNITURE & 

OFFICE 

EQUIPMENT 

Total 
















10 000 

3 000 


15 000 

15 000 

FIRE SERVICES 

IT EQUIPMENT 

& SOFTWARE 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

PROVISION OF FIRE FIGHTING 

AND RESCUE SERVICE 

RESCUE JACK SET 

PURCHASED 

REPLACE 2 SETS OF 

RESCUE JACKS 

PS 

PF 

FSE4 

515 

0000209 

RESCUE JACKS 

REPLACE 2 SETS OF 

RESCUE JACKS 

ALL 

N 

CRR (REV) 

70 000 



75 000 


FIRE SERVICES 

IT EQUIPMENT 
& SOFTWARE 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

PROVIDE EFFECTIVE AND 

EFFICIENT EMERGENCY 

SERVICE 

VELD FIRE VEHICLE 

REPLACED 

REPLACE LAND ROVER 

CSV795MP 

PS 

PF 

FSE4 

515 

0000221 

PROVISION OF 4X4 

VELD FIRE VEHICLES 

REPLACE LAND ROVER 

CSV795MP 

ALL 

R 

CRR 

470 000 





FIRE SERVICES 

IT EQUIPMENT 
& SOFTWARE 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

PROVISION OF FIRE FIGHTING 

AND RESCUE SERVICE 

EQUIPMENT 

PURCHASED 

PURCHASE OF 1 X 
PHANTOM PUMPER; 
HENDRINAFIRE 

STATION 

PS 

PF 

FSE4 

515 

0900081 

PHANTOM PUMPER 

PURCHASE OF 1 X 
PHANTOM PUMPER; 
HENDRINAFIRE 

STATION 

ALL 

N 

CRR (REV) 



50 000 



FIRE SERVICES 

IT EQUIPMENT 
& SOFTWARE 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

PROVIDE EFFECTIVE AND 

EFFICIENT EMERGENCY 

SERVICE 

REPLACED 

MERCEDES FIRE 

ENGINE 

REPLACE FMC, 
BKE691MP (1980 
MODEL) 

PS 

PF 

FSE4 

515 

0900087 

REPLACE MERCEDES 

FIRE ENGINE 

REPLACE FMC, 
BKE691MP (1980 
MODEL) 

ALL 

R 

CRR 

3 200 000 






IT EQUIPMENT 

& SOFTWARE 

Total 
















3 740 000 


50 000 

75 000 


FIRE SERVICES 

PLANT & 

EQUIPMENT 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

PROVIDE EFFECTIVE AND 

EFFICIENT EMERGENCY 

SERVICE 

JAWS OF LIFE 

RESCUE SET 

REPLACED 

PURCHASE OF 1 X JAWS 
OF LIFE RESCUE SET; 

PS 

PF 

FSE4 

515 

0007227 

JAWS RESCUE SET 

NEW 

PURCHASE OF 1 X JAWS 
OF LIFE RESCUE SET; 

ALL 

R 

CRR 



400 000 



FIRE SERVICES 

PLANT & 

EQUIPMENT 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

PREVENTION AND MANAGE 

VELDFIRES 

NUMBER OF SKID 

UNITS TO BE 

PURCHASED 

PURCHASE OF 4 X SKID 

UNITS MP313 AREA. 

REPLACE 20 IN OUTER 

YEARS 

PS 

PF 

FSE4 

515 

0008024 

SKID UNITS 

PURCHASE OF 4 X SKID 

UNITS MP313 AREA. 

REPLACE 20 IN OUTER 

YEARS 

ALL 

R 

CRR (REV) 

62 000 

75 000 

90 000 

120 000 

120 000 

FIRE SERVICES 

PLANT & 

EQUIPMENT 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

PROVISION OF FIRE FIGHTING 

AND RESCUE SERVICE 

FLOATER PUMP 

PURCHASED 

PURCHASE OF 1 X 
FLOATER PUMP; 
MIDDELBURG FIRE 

STATION 

PS 

PF 

FSE4 

515 

0008185 

FLOATER PUMP 

PURCHASE OF 1 X 
FLOATER PUMP; 
MIDDELBURG FIRE 

STATION 

ALL 

N 

CRR (REV) 


40 000 



42 000 

FIRE SERVICES 

PLANT & 

EQUIPMENT 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

PROVISION OF FIRE FIGHTING 

AND RESCUE SERVICE 

NUMBER OF 

POSITIVE MEASURE 

VENTILATORS 

REPLACED 

PRESSURE 

VENTILATORS AND 

BREATHING APPARATUS 
PER YEAR ( 

MIDDELBURG AND 

PS 

PF 

FSE4 

515 

1100199 

REPLACE FIRE 

EQUIPMENT 

PRESSURE 

VENTILATORS AND 

BREATHING APPARATUS 
PER YEAR ( 

MIDDELBURG AND 

ALL 

R 

CRR (REV) 

70 000 

73 500 

77 500 

81000 

85 100 

FIRE SERVICES 

PLANT & 

EQUIPMENT 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

PROVISION OF FIRE FIGHTING 

AND RESCUE SERVICE 

NUMBER OF 

PNEUMATIC CHISEL 

PURCHASED 

PURCHASE OF 1 X 

PNEUMATIC CHISEL 

AND STABILIZING JACKS 
PER YEAR (HENDRINA 
FIRE STATION) 

PS 

PF 

FSE4 

515 

1100200 

NEW FIRE EQUIPMENT 

PURCHASE OF 1 X 

PNEUMATIC CHISEL 

AND STABILIZING JACKS 
PER YEAR (HENDRINA 
FIRE STATION) 

ALL 

N 

CRR (REV) 

40 000 

43 000 

45 000 

48 000 

51 000 


PLANT & 

EQUIPMENT 

Total 
















172 000 

231 500 

612 500 

249 000 

298 100 

FIRE SERVICES 

UPGRADE 

MUNICIPAL 

BUILDINGS 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 

PROVIDE AND UPGRADE 

BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES 

NUMBER OF DOORS 

REPLACED 

ELECTRICAL/ 
MECHANICAL GARAGE 
DOORS (MIDDELBURG 
AND HENDRINA FIRE 
STATION) 

PS 

PF 

FSE4 

515 

1600023 

UPGRADING OF 

MUNICIPAL BUILDING 

OFFICES. 

ELECTRICAL/ 
MECHANICAL GARAGE 
DOORS (MIDDELBURG 
AND HENDRINA FIRE 
STATION) 

3,15, 


CRR 

500 000 






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CAPITAL BUDGET 2015/2016 - 2019/2020 


Function 

Program Name 

KPA 

Goals 

Objective 

KPI from IDP 

Targets from IDP 

New 

Sub 

NEW IDP 

CODE 

Cost 

Centre 

Proj No 

Proj Output 

Revised Deliverables 

Ward 

Concept 

N/R/C 

Adj Fund 

Concept 

Approved 

2015/2016 

Approved 

2016/2017 

Approved 

2017/2018 

Approved 

2018/2019 

Approved 

2019/2020 


UPGRADE 

MUNICIPAL 

BUILDINGS 

Total 
















500 000 





FIRE SERVICES 

VEHICLES 

SPATIAL AND 

COMMUNITY 

DEVELOPMENT 

CREATING A CARING 

SOCIETY WHICH IS 

INTEGRATED AND 

DEVELOPED 



MERCEDES SPRINTER 

FPV053MP AND ONE 

NISSAN NAVARA 

FXM896MP FOR FIRE 

DEPARTMENT 



FSE4 

515 

1600068 

REPLACE EMERGENCY 

VEHICLES 

(INSURANCE) 

MERCEDES SPRINTER 

FPV053MP AND ONE 

NISSAN NAVARA 

FXM896MP FOR FIRE 

DEPARTMENT 



INSURANC 

E 

1 050 000 






VEHICLES 

Total 
















1 050 000 





FIRE SERVICES 

Total 

















5 472 000 

234 500 

662 500 

339 000 

313 100 


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PART 3 - Internal Departments 




Internal Department: Electricity Services (Street Lighting) 


Location of SDBIP 

www.stevetshwetelm.qov.za/treasurv.htlm 

Description of services 

The provision of street lighting is a function of the municipality, is administered 
as follows and include: 

• Provision of efficient street and area lighting to cater forth e needs of the 
community. 

• Upgrading of existing street and area lighting 

Senior management structure 

The Street Lig hting Section forms part of the El ectricity Department and is 
headed by the Director Electrical Engineering Services. The Electricity 
Department resides in the Directorate for Infrastructure services, a nd is 
headed by the Executive Director Infrastructure Services. 

ALIGNMENT WITH IDP 

STRATEGIC GOAL: COST EFFECTIVE AND SUSTAINABLE SERVICE DELIVERY 

OBJECTIVES 

STRATEGIES 

PROGRAMME / ACTIVITY 

To ensure effective area lighting 

Providing area lighting where required. 

Providing area lighting where 
required and to the following 

areas: 

Somaphepa, Mafube, Rockdale, 
between Mountain View and 
Rockville, Between Dennesig 
and Kanonkop, Blinkpan, next 
to Gholfsig sub, between 
Dennesig Primary school and 
Saverite center, lights from c/o 
Totius and Co wen Ntuli to 
Mandela road, Mandela road, 
Walter Sisulu street, 

Keiskamma, 

Upgrading of existing high 
masts and streetlight within MP 
313 area 

To provide integrated demand management 

Implementation of inte grated energy 
management 

Replacement ofli ghts with 
energy saving 

Changes to service levels 

No changes to current servic e levels are expected over the term covered by 
the medium revenue and expenditure framework. 

Summary of revenue and 
expenditure 

The detailed operating revenue by source, operating and capital expenditure 
by type is attached in the schedules which follow. 

Capital programme 

The five year capital programme is attached. The full detail is contained in the 
SDBIP document. 

Key capital expenditure includes: 

R7.2 - million for effective area lighting 

The capital programme for the E lectricity Department (Street L ighting) 
amounts to R7. 2-million and represents 3.0% of the overall capital programme 
of the municipality for the 2015/201 6 financial year 


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PART 3 - Internal Departments 




Operational Budget for the three financial years from 2015/16 until 2017/18 


Public Safety / Street Lighting 

Actual 

2013/14 

R 

Original Budget 

2014/15 

R 

Adjusted Budget 

2014/15 

R 

Budget 

2015/16 

R 

Forecast 

2016/17 

R 

Forecast 

2017/18 

R 

REVENUE BY SOURCE 

PROPERTY RATES 







PENALTIES IMPOSED & COLLECTION CHARGES ON RATES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

SERVICE CHARGES 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - TURNOVER 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

REGIONAL SERVICE LEVIES - RENUMERATION 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

RENT OF FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

INTEREST EARNED - EXTERNAL INVESTMENTS 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

INTEREST EARNED - OUTSTANDING DEBTORS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

FINES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

LICENSES & PERMITS 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

INCOME FOR AGENCY SERVICES 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - OPERATING 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

. 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES RECEIVED - CAPITAL 

1 236 880 

1 900 000 

- 

3 000 000 

3 000 000 

3 200 000 

PUBLIC CONTRIBUTIONS &DONATIONS 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

OTHER REVENUE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

GAIN ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

1 236 880 

1 900 000 

- 

3 000 000 

3 000 000 

3 200 000 

LESS REVENUE FOREGONE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

1 236 880 

1 900 000 

- 

3 000 000 

3 000 000 

3 200 000 


INTERNAL TRANSFERS 











INTEREST RECEIVED - INTERNAL LOANS 


- 


- 

- 


- 


- 

- 

INTERNAL RECOVERIES (Activity Based Costing) 


- 


- 

- 


- 


- 

- 

DIVIDENDS RECEIVED - INTERNAL 


- 


- 

- 


- 


- 

- 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING REVENUE 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING REVENUE GENERATED 

1 236 880 

1 900 000 

- 

3 000 000 

3 000 000 

3 200 000 

OPERATING EXPENDITURE 











EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Wages & Salaries 

- 

11 774 


- 

- 


- 


- 

- 

EMPLOYEE RELATED COSTS - Social Contributions 


- 


- 

- 


- 


- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS CAPITALISED 


- 


- 

- 


- 


- 

- 

LESS EMPLOYEE COSTS ALLOCATED TO OTHER OPERATING 
ITEMS 











REMUNERATION OF COUNCILLORS 


- 


- 

- 


- 


- 

- 

BAD DEBTS 


- 


- 

- 


- 


- 

- 

COLLECTION COSTS 


- 


- 

- 


- 


- 

- 

DEPRECIATION (GAMAP) 

- 

1 852 910 

- 

1 873 393 

1 873 393 

- 

1 907 350 

- 

2 048 238 

2 220 684 

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE - Municipal Assets 

- 

1 831 044 

- 

3 376 302 

3 376 302 

- 

3 489 955 

- 

3 664 452 

3 849 775 

INTEREST EXPENSE - EXTERNAL BORROWINGS 

- 

76 139 

- 

67 488 

67 488 

- 

442 692 

- 

859 704 

988 995 

BULK PURCHASES 


- 


- 

- 


- 


- 

- 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 

- 

44 762 

- 

84 000 

84 000 

- 

88 200 

- 

92 610 

99 093 

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES PAID (F4.2) 


- 


- 

- 


- 


- 

- 

GENERAL EXPENSES - OTHER 

- 

5 270 689 

- 

5 799 667 

5 897 743 

- 

6 646 167 

- 

7 489 565 

8 439 991 

LOSS ON DISPOSAL OF PROPERTY, PLANT & EQUIPMENT 


- 


- 

- 


- 


- 

- 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO/(FROM) PROVISIONS 


- 


- 

- 


- 


- 

- 

TOTAL DIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 

9 087 317 

- 11 200 850 

11 298 926 

- 12 574 364 

- 

14 154 569 

- 15 598 538 

INTERNAL TRANSFERS 











INTEREST - INTERNAL BORROWINGS 


- 


- 

- 


- 


- 

- 

INTERNAL CHARGES (Activity Based Costing) 

- 

438 728 

- 

510 507 

524 246 

- 

696 842 

- 

734 060 

794 349 

TOTAL INDIRECT OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 

438 728 

- 

510 507 

524 246 

- 

696 842 

- 

734 060 

794 349 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE 

- 

9 526 045 

- 11 711 357 

11 823 172 

- 13 271 206 

- 

14 888 629 

- 16 392 887 

OPERA TING SURPL US / (DEFICIT) 

- 

8 289 165 


9 811 357 

11 823 172 

r 

10 271 206 

- 

11 888 629 

- 13 192 887 

LESS TAX 



- 



- 

OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) AFTERTAX 

- 

8 289 165 

- 

9 811 357 

11 823 172 

- 

10 271 206 

- 

11 888 629 

- 13 192 887 

CROSS SUBSIDISATION 


- 


- 

- 


- 


- 

- 

PLUS INTERESTS IN ENTERPRISES NOT WHOLLY OWNED 


- 


- 

- 


- 


- 

- 

SURPLUS / (- DEFICIT) AFTER TAX, CROSS SUBSIDIES 

- 

8 289 165 

- 

9 811 357 

11 823 172 

- 

10 271 206 

- 

11 888 629 

- 13 192 887 

OTHER ADJUSTMENTS AND TRANSFERS 











DIVIDENDS PAID (Municipal Entities Only) 


- 


- 

- 


- 


- 

- 

ASSET FINANCING RESERVE (AFR) 

- 

227 748 

- 

240 278 

240 278 

- 

267 436 

- 

282 145 

297 663 

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FUND 


- 


- 

- 


- 


- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX AFR 


- 


1 658 280 

1 658 280 


1 604 017 


1 548 283 

1 579 009 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX GOVT GRANTS 


- 


- 

- 


- 


- 

- 

DEPRCIATION RESERVE EX DONATIONS & CONTRIBUTIONS 


- 


126 614 

126 614 


122 989 


200 766 

278 544 

SELF INSURANCE RESERVE 


- 


- 

- 


- 


- 

- 

REVALUATION RESERVE 


- 


- 

- 


- 


- 

- 

OTHER 


- 


- 

- 


- 


- 

- 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURE AFTER ADJUSTMENTS 

- 

9 753 793 

- 10 166 741 

10 278 556 

- 11 811 636 

- 

13 421 725 

- 14 832 997 

CHANGE TO UNAPPROPRIATED SURPLUS / (ACCUMULATED 
DEFICIT) 


8 516 913 

" 

8 266 741 

10 278 556 

" 

8 811 636 

" 

10 421 725 

- 11 632 997 

LESS CAPITAL GRANTS RECOGNISED 

" 

1 236 880 

" 

1 900 000 

- 


3 000 000 

" 

3 000 000 

3 200 000 

NET OPERATING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) 

- 

9 753 793 

- 10 166 741 

10 278 556 

- 11 811 636 

- 

13 421 725 

- 14 832 997 









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CAPITAL BUDGET 2015/2016 - 2019/2020 


Function 

Program Name 

KPA 

Goals 

Objective 

KPI from IDP 

Targets from IDP 

New 

Sub 

NEW IDP 

CODE 

Cost 

Centre 

Proj No 

Proj Output 

Revised Deliverables 

Ward 

Concept 

N/R/C 

Adj Fund 

Concept 

Approved 

2015/2016 

Approved 

2016/2017 

Approved 

2017/2018 

Approved 

2018/2019 

Approved 

2019/2020 

ELECTRICITY 

EFFECTIVE AREA 

LIGHTING 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE SUSTAINABLE 

ELECTRICITY SUPPLY TO ALL 

RESIDENTS IN MUNICIPAL 

LICENCE AREA. 

NUMBER OF HIGH 

MAST LINES 

INSTALLED 

20 HIGH MAST POLES 

PS 

SL 

EES3 

731 

0000097 

ROCKDALE TOWNSHIP 

HIGH MAST 

20 HIGH MAST POLES 

8 

N 

MIG 



2 000 000 

2 000 000 


ELECTRICITY 

EFFECTIVE AREA 

LIGHTING 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE SUSTAINABLE 

ELECTRICITY SUPPLY TO ALL 

RESIDENTS IN MUNICIPAL 

LICENCE AREA. 

NUMBER OF HIGH 

MASTS LIGHTS 

MAST IN KWAZA EXT. 4 
(STAND 3081)- R100 

000 AND ONE IN 

MHLUZI EXT 3 (STAND 
6018) - R100 000. 7 IN 

PS 

SL 

EES3 

731 

0008098 

UPGRADE OF EXISTING 

HIGH MASTS 

MAST IN KWAZA EXT. 4 
(STAND 3081)- R100 

000 AND ONE IN 

MHLUZI EXT 3 (STAND 
6018) - R100 000. 7 IN 

2, 21 

R 

CRR 

200 000 

200 000 

200 000 

200 000 

200 000 

ELECTRICITY 

EFFECTIVE AREA 

LIGHTING 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE SUSTAINABLE 

ELECTRICITY SUPPLY TO ALL 

RESIDENTS IN MUNICIPAL 

LICENCE AREA. 

NUMBER OF 

STREETLIGHTS 

INSTALLED 

80 STREETLIGHT POLES 

TO BE REPLACED 

PS 

SL 

EES3 

731 

1100187 

OR TAM BO 

STREETLIGHTS 

80 STREETLIGHT POLES 

TO BE REPLACED 

13 

R 

EFF 

2 000 000 





ELECTRICITY 

EFFECTIVE AREA 

LIGHTING 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

TO PROVIDE EFFICIENT AND 

SUSTAINABLE ELECTRICITY 

SUPPLY TO THE CONSUMERS 

THROUGHOUT THE 

MUNICIPAL AREA 

NUMBER OF LIGHTS 

TO BE REPLACED 

REPLACEMENT OF 106 

FITTINGS AND 

REPLACEMENT OF 6 

STREETLIGHT POLES 
(MIDDELBURG MALL) 

PS 

SL 

EES3 

731 

1200109 

STREET LIGHTING 

FITTING UPGRADE 

REPLACEMENT OF 106 

FITTINGS AND 

REPLACEMENT OF 6 

STREETLIGHT POLES 
(MIDDELBURG MALL) 

11 

R 

CRR 

900 000 

600 000 

600 000 

600 000 

600 000 

ELECTRICITY 

EFFECTIVE AREA 

LIGHTING 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE SUSTAINABLE 

ELECTRICITY SUPPLY TO ALL 

RESIDENTS IN MUNICIPAL 

LICENCE AREA. 

NUMBER OF 

STREETLIGHTS 

INSTALLED 

22 LED FITTINGS 

STREETLIGHTS AND 

1600M CABLE IN 

MANDELA ROAD 

PS 

SL 

EES3 

731 

1200110 

STREET LIGHTS MAIN 

ENTRANCE ROADS 

22 LED FITTINGS 

STREETLIGHTS AND 

1600M CABLE IN 

MANDELA ROAD 

14 

N 

EFF 

750 000 

1 500 000 

1 200 000 

800 000 


ELECTRICITY 

EFFECTIVE AREA 

LIGHTING 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE SUSTAINABLE 

ELECTRICITY SUPPLY TO ALL 

RESIDENTS IN MUNICIPAL 

LICENCE AREA. 

NUMBER OF HIGH 

MAST LIGHTS 

INSTALLED 

HIGH MAST BETWEEN 

ROCKVILLE AND 
MOUNTAIN VIEW (ONE 
INWARD 22-R250 

000), MHLUZI EXT. 8 

PS 

SL 

EES3 

731 

1200112 

HIGH MAST LIGHTING 

LOW INCOME AREAS 

HIGH MAST BETWEEN 

ROCKVILLE AND 
MOUNTAIN VIEW (ONE 
IN WARD 22 - R250 

000), MHLUZI EXT. 8 

7, 9, 25, 
22 

N 

MIG 

3 000 000 


1 200 000 

1 200 000 

1 500 000 

ELECTRICITY 

EFFECTIVE AREA 

LIGHTING 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE SUSTAINABLE 

ELECTRICITY SUPPLY TO ALL 

RESIDENTS IN MUNICIPAL 

LICENCE AREA. 

NUMBER OF HIGH 

MAST LINES 

INSTALLED 

INSTALLATION OF ONE 

HIGH MAST IN 

BLINKPAN - 
THUTHUKANI (4 IN 
OUTER YEARS) 

PS 

SL 

EES3 

731 

1400039 

HIGH MAST LIGHTS 

INSTALLATION OF ONE 

HIGH MAST IN 

BLINKPAN - 
THUTHUKANI (4 IN 
OUTER YEARS) 

6 

N 

CRR 

220 000 

250 000 

250 000 

500 000 


ELECTRICITY 

EFFECTIVE AREA 

LIGHTING 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE SUSTAINABLE 

ELECTRICITY SUPPLY TO ALL 

RESIDENTS IN MUNICIPAL 

LICENCE AREA. 

NUMBER OF 

STREETLIGHTS 

INSTALLED 

3200M STREETLIGHT 

CABLES 

PS 

SL 

EES3 

731 

1400043 

STREETLIGHTS LOW 

INCOME AREAS 

3200M STREETLIGHT 

CABLES 


N 

MIG 


3 000 000 


3 000 000 

2 000 000 

ELECTRICITY 

EFFECTIVE AREA 

LIGHTING 

SERVICE DELIVERY 

AND 

INFRASTRUCTURE 

DEVELOPMENT 

ALL RESIDENTS ENJOY BEST 

LEVEL OF MUNICIPAL 

SERVICES 

PROVIDE SUSTAINABLE 

ELECTRICITY SUPPLY TO ALL 

RESIDENTS IN MUNICIPAL 

LICENCE AREA. 

NUMBER OF STREET 

LIGHTS REPLACED 

250 METERS OF CABLE 

TO BE REPLACED. 

PS 

SL 

EES3 

731 

1600063 

REPLACEMENT OF 

STOLEN SERVICES 
(STREETLIGHTS) 

250 METERS OF CABLE 

TO BE REPLACED. 

ALL 


CRR 

100 000 

100 000 

100 000 

100 000 

100 000 


EFFECTIVE 

AREA LIGHTING 

Total 
















7 170 000 

5 650 000 

5 550 000 

8 400 000 

4 400 000 


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PART 3 - Internal Departments 




Internal Department: Physical Environmental Development (Parks) 


Location of SDBIP 

www.stevetshwetelm.qov.za/treasurv.htlm 

Description of services 

The Physical Environmental Development Department (Parks) provid es the 
following services: 

• Provision and maintenance of sports facilities. 

• Provision and maintenance of parks and open spaces. 

• Maintenance of sidewalks and pavements. 

• Maintenance and day to day running of the municipal swimming pools. 

• Provision of and maintenance of recreational facilities and resorts. 

• Alien invader, species control. 

• Municipal nursery. 

• Provision of and maintenance of diverse gardens and in-house garden refuse 
removal. 

• Provision of and maintenance of recreation furnishings and equipment. 

• Provision of tanker services. 

Senior management structure 

The Physical Environmental Development Department (Parks) is headed by the 
Director Physical Environmental Development. The Physical Environmental 
Development Department resides in the Directorate Infrastructure Services, 
which is headed by the Executive Director Infrastructure Services. 

ALIGNMENT WITH IDP 

STRATEGIC GOAL: COST EFFECTIVE AND SUSTAINABLE SERVICE DELIVERY 

Strategic Objective: To ensure development of stable and sustainable communities though the provision 
and upgrading of accessible and reliable Municipal social assets and facilities. 

OBJECTIVES 

STRATEGIES 

PROGRAMME / ACTIVITY 

To provide n ew parks while upgrading 
existing parks and open areas according to 
the prioritized community needs 

Upgrading open spaces, parks and 
playing equipment 

Upgrade identified parks to set 
standards. 

Replace playing equipment in 
various parks. 

Upgrade klien Olifants Recreation 
facility. 

Planting and replacement of trees 
on developed sidewalks, new parks 
and open space. 

Maintaining of trees on sidewalks 

Upgrading Van Blerk Plein 

Improving institutional efficiency and 
capacity building 

The development of a sustainable 
plan and the implementation 
thereof. 

Develop new parks and open spaces. 

Develop new parks and open 
spaces. 

Develop entrances to towns. 

Develop parks 

Provide inputs at townships layout 
design 

All new township developments to 
include facilities for parks of 
reasonable size (above 5000m2) 

Participate in relevant capacity building 
activities funded by ICLEI programme 

Staff training. 

To contribute towards the mitigation of 
climate change impacts 

Conservation of green areas, wet lands 
and eco-systems 

Upgrading the green lungs in and 
around Middelburg, Mhluzi and 
kwaza. 


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Develop a bird watching facility and 
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