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ANNEXURE “A” - SDBIP 


Monthiy projections of revenue to be collected for each source 

The SDBIP information on revenue will be monitored and reported monthiy by the Municipal Manager in terms of section 71 (1)(a) and (e) to ensure timeously remedial steps if 
necessary. Comprehensive financial policies will ensure realistic revenue projections by taking into account appropriate service and delivery levels, standards, ability to pay and 
collection efforts. 


R thousand 

July 

August 

Sept. 

October 

November 

December 

January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

Budget 

Year 

2014/15 

Revenue Bv Source 














Property rates 

890 

600 

162 

162 

170 

165 

165 

135 

124 

160 

179 

50 

2,963 

Property rates - penalties & collection charges 













_ 

Service charges - electricity revenue 

651 

649 

741 

670 

624 

700 

660 

660 

781 

790 

793 

678 

8,397 

Service charges - water revenue 

239 

257 

232 

239 

230 

251 

246 

249 

248 

259 

252 

151 

2,853 

Service charges - sanitation revenue 

151 

156 

135 

136 

138 

166 

163 

163 

163 

163 

163 

213 

1,910 

Service charges - refuse revenue 

54 

54 

54 

56 

56 

56 

81 

81 

81 

81 

81 

96 

831 

Service charges - ether 













_ 

Rental of facilities and equipment 

36 

36 

36 

36 

36 

36 

36 

36 

36 

36 

36 

36 

430 

Interest earned - external Investments 

30 

35 

29 

39 

37 

24 

26 

24 

28 

28 

35 

15 

350 

Interest earned - outstanding debtors 














Dividends received 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

Fines 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

0 

11 

Licenses and permits 







1 


1 




1 

Agency services 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

6 

65 

Transfers recognized - operational 

10,151 




5,507 




4,128 



0 

19,786 

Other revenue 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

53 

Gains on disposal ofPPE 











4,550 


4,550 

Total Revenue (excluding Capital transfers 
and contributions) 

12,213 

1,797 

1,400 

1,349 

6,809 

1,409 

1,388 

1,358 

5,600 

1,527 

6,100 

1,250 

42,199 





Monthiy projections of expenditure (operating and Capital) for each vote 


Rthousand 

July 

August 

Sept. 

October 

November 

December 

January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

Budget 

Year 

2014/15 

Exoenditure Bv Tvoe 














Employee related oosts 

1,500 

1,390 

1,390 

1,390 

1,390 

1,390 

1,600 

1,400 

1,390 

1,390 

1,500 

1,459 

17,189 

Remuneration of councillors 

190 

158 

158 

158 

169 

169 

169 

169 

169 

169 

169 

161 

2,008 

Debt impairment 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

1,181 

0 

1,181 

Depreciation & asset 
impairment 











4,498 

(0) 

4,498 

Finance charges 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

Bulk purchases 

600 

600 

600 

600 

600 

600 

600 

600 

600 

600 

500 

506 

7,006 

Other materials 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

Contracted services 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

25 

290 

Transfers and grants 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

Other expenditure 

680 

680 

680 

680 

680 

680 

680 

680 

680 

680 

680 

681 

8,162 

Loss on disposal of PPE 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

Total Expenditure 

2,994 

2,852 

2,852 

2,852 

2,863 

2,863 

3,073 

2,873 

2,863 

2,863 

8,552 

2,831 

40,334 

Surplus/(Deficit) 

9,218 

(1,055) 

(1,453) 

(1,503) 

3,945 

(1,455) 

(1,685) 

(1,515) 

2,737 

(1,336) 

(2,453) 

(1,581) 

1,866 

Transfers recognised - Capital 


1,935 



1,935 



1,935 


1,935 


0 

7,741 

Contributions recognised - 
Capital 














Contributed assets 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

Surplus/(Deficit) after Capital 
transfers & contributions 

9,218 

880 

(1,453) 

(1,503) 

5,880 

(1,455) 

(1,685) 

420 

2,737 

599 

(2,453) 

(1,581) 

9,607 

Taxatiën 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

Attributable to minorities 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

_ 

Share of surpius/ (deficit) of 
associate 














Surplus/(Deficit) 

9,218 

880 

(1,453) 

(1,503) 

5,880 

(1,455) 

(1,685) 

420 

2,737 

599 

(2,453) 

(1,581) 

9,607 




Quarterly Projections of Service Delivery Targets and Performance indicators for each vote 


Vote/ 

Indicator 


To effectively 
support intemal 
political 
interfaces 




Annual 

Expenditure 

Annual 

Revenue 



R(OOO) 

R(OOO) 

Unit of measurement 

Annual 

Target 



Scheduled Council 
meetings with tuil 
preparation 

6 

160 

70 

Special Council 
meetings 

6 

105 

79 


Month Ending 
Jul-14 


Projected | Actual 


Vote - Corporate 


Month Ending 
Aug-14 


Month Ending 
Sep-14 


Month Ending 
Oct-14 


Month Ending 
Nov-14 


Projected | Actual | Projected | Actual | Projected | Actual | Projected | Actual 


Month Ending 
Dec-14 


Projected | Actual 



To effectively 

Intergovernmental 
Relation Forum 
attended 

Percentage of Forum 
Decisions 

support 

external 

political 

infprfïirpc 

implemented 


Council meets the 
people 

To effectively 

Success of 

support high 

performance 

level strategie 

management for 

and operational 

direct reports 

interfaces and 

reviewed (quarterly 

activities. 

review) 
































































Vote / indicator 

Unit of 

measurement 


To ensure 
Performance 
Management and 
Reporting 

Completion of 
2013/14 Annual 
reports 

1 

Number of 
management 
Performance 
Reports submitted to 
council 

4 

Ensure the 
development of a 
credibie Integrated 
Deveiopment Pian 

Approvai of an MSA 
compliant IDP by 
Council (Annuai 
Review) - March 

1 

Percentage of 
Identified IDP 
Projects completed 
to business pian 

100% 

Deveiopment of 
policies and by- 
laws 

Number of newiy 
identified poiicies 
compieted 

3 

Nr of new by-iaws 
approved in 
accordance councii 
resolution. 

3 

Ensure effective 
customer care 

Compliance with 
customer care policy 

(Number of 
Customer compiains 
satisfactory attended 
to/resoived) 

100% 

Ensure effective 
financial 
management 

Percentage 
attainment of 
Budgetary 
allocations 

Not more 
than 5% 
variance 


Annuai 

Expenditure 

Annuai 

Revenue 

R(OOO) 

R(OOO) 

90 

85 

95 

80 

30 

60 


Month Ending 
Jul-14 


Projected 


Implementation 

ofIDP 



Month Ending 
Aug-14 


Month Ending 
Sep-14 


Month Ending 
Oct-14 


Month Ending 
Nov-14 


Month Ending 
Dec-14 



Section 71 
report 


Section 71 
report 


Section 71 
report 


Section 71 
report 


Section 71 
report 


































































■ 

Annual 

Expenditure 

Annual 

Revenue 



■ 

R(OOO) 

R(OOO) 

Vote / Indicator 

Unit of 

measurement 




Ensure effective 
administrative 
management and 
internal Controls 

Compliance to 
targets set for the 
administration 

100% 



Monthiy 

Departmental 

reports 

36 

650 

220 



Monitoring of 
conditlonal grants 
according to 
business plans - 
monthiy reports 

100% 



Ensure effective 
technical 

Percentage 
spending of Budget 
-O&M 

100% 



management 

Eradication of Back 
Logs-SDBIP 
targets 

100% 




Reduction in 
downtime in Basic 
services 

Water (days 

pa) 

10 

275 

100 


Month Ending 
Jul-14 


Projected | Actual 


Monthiy 

report 

3x 

departmental 

reports 


Monthiy 

report 

Monthiy 

report 

Monthiy 

report 








































































Vote / indicator 

Unit of measurement 


Review and approval of 
LED Strategy 

Ensure effective 
Planning and 

Align of DM Spatial 
Development 
Framework with local 
framework 

Project 

management 

Water Services 
Development Plan 


Disaster Management 
Plan (linked to DM 
Plan) 


Review & report on 
Equity Plan 


Review & report Work 
Skills Plan 

Human Resource 
Development 

Review and approve 
Organ gram 


Strengthen the skills 
and human 
resource base 
(training) 


To effectively 
manage staff 


Local Labour Forum 
meetings 

Labour Relations 

Disciplinary Cases 
Reported & Completed 


% of grievances 
resolved 

Health, Safety and 
Environment 

Numberof Health & 
Safety Com. meetings 














Annual 

Expenditure 

Annual 

Revenue 

R(OOO) 

R(OOO) 

60 

0 

0 

0 

15 

0 

0 

0 

210 

55 

50 

60 

40 

40 

120 

60 

40 

0 

225 

80 


Month Ending 
Jul-14 


Month Ending 
Aug-14 


Month Ending 
Sep-14 


Month Ending 
Oct-14 


Month Ending 
Nov-14 


Month Ending 
Dec-14 


Projected Actuai Projected Actuai Projected Actuai Projected Actuai Projected Actuai Projected | Actuai 




Equity plan 
reviewed & 
report 










































































































Monthiy H&S reports 

12 

Prepare H&S 

1 

equipment Schedule 


Safety Equipment 


issued according to 

100% 

Schedule 

























Vote / Indicator 


Public participation 
and good 
governance 


Unit of measurement 


NumberofWard 
Committees held (quarterly) 


Number r of budget 
consultation meetings 
taking place. 


Number of IDP Rep 
meetings 






Annual 

Expenditure 

R(OOO) 

Annual 

Revenue 

R(OOO) 

600 

280 

70 

70 

30 

30 


Month Ending 
Jul-14 


Month Ending 
Aug-14 


Month Ending 
Sep-14 


Month Ending Month Ending 


Month Ending 
Dec-14 


Projected Actual Projected Actual Projected Actual Projected Actual Projected Actual Projected | Actual 





To effectively 
support intemal 
polltical 
interfaces 




Annual 

Expenditure 

Annual 

Revenue 



R(OOO) 

R(OOO) 

Unit of measurement 

Annual 

Target 



Scheduled Council 
meetings with full 
preparation 

6 

160 

70 

Special Council 
meetings 

6 

105 

79 



Intergovernmental 
Relation Forum 
attended 


Percentage of Forum 


Month Ending 
Jan-15 


Projected | Actual 


Month Ending 
Feb-15 


Month Ending 
Mar-15 


Month Ending 
Apr-15 


Month Ending 
May-15 


Projected | Actual | Projected | Actual | Projected | Actual | Projected | Actual 



Month Ending 
Jun-15 


Projected | Actual 


1 council meeting 


1 special council 
meeting 

























































































Decisions 

implemented 


Forum 

decision 

met 


Council meets the 
people 


To effectively 
support high 
level strategie 
and operational 
interfaces and 
activities. 


Success of 
performance 
management for 
direct reports 
reviewed (quarterly 
review) 


Vote / Indicator 

Unit of 

measurement 

Toensure 

Completion of 
2013/14 Annual 
reports 

Performance 
Management and 
Reporting 

Numberof 
management 
Performance 
Reports submitted to 
council 

Ensure the 
developmentofa 

Approval ofan MSA 
compliant IDP by 
Council (Annual 
Review) - March 

credible Integrated 
Development Plan 

Percentage of 
Identified IDP 
Projects completed 
to business plan 

Development of 
policies and by- 


laws 

Number of identified 
policies completed 


Nr of new by-laws 
approved in 


Annual 

Expenditure 

R(OOO) 

Annual 

Revenue 

R(OOO) 

90 

85 

95 

80 

30 

60 


Month Ending 


Projected | Actual 


Annual report 


Performance 
reports to 
Council 


3 


35 


35 






































































Ensure effective 
customer care 

Compliance with 
customer care policy 

(Numberof 
Customer complains 
satisfactory attended 
to/resolved) 

100% 

Ensure effective 
financial 

Percentage 


management 

attainment of 

Net more 


Budgetary 

than 5% 


allocations 

variance 


Quarterly 
report on 
customer care 


Quarterly 
report on 
customer care 





















■ 

Annuai 

Expenditure 

Annuai 

Revenue 



■ 

R(OOO) 

R(OOO) 

Vote / indicator 

Unit of 

measurement 




Ensure effective 
administrative 
management and 
internai Controls 

Compiiance to 
targets set for the 
administration 

100% 

0 

0 

Monthiy 

Departmental 

reports 

36 

650 

220 



Monitoring of 
conditional grants 
according to 
business plans - 
monthiy reports 

100% 



Ensure effective 
technicai 

Percentage 
spending of Budget 
-O&M 

100% 



management 

Eradication of Back 
Logs-SDBIP 
targets 

100% 




Reduction in 
downtime in Basic 
services 

Water (days 

pa) 

7 

275 

100 


Month Ending 
Jan-15 


Projected | Actual 


Monthiy 

report 

3x 

departmental 

reports 


Monthiy 

report 

Monthiy 

report 

Monthiy 

report 


Down time 
report 


Month Ending 
Feb-15 


Month Ending 
Mar-15 


Month Ending 
Apr-15 


Month Ending 
May-15 


Month Ending 
Jun-15 







Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 

Monthiy 

report 

1 

■ 

1 

■ 

1 

Monthiy 

report 


Monthiy 

report 


3x 

departmental 

reports 


3x 

departmental 

reports 


3x 

departmental 

reports 


3x 

departmental 

reports 


3x 

departmental 

reports 


Monthiy 

report 


Monthiy 

report 

1 


1 

Monthiy 

report 


Monthiy 

report 


Monthiy 

report 


Monthiy 

report 



■ 

Monthiy 

report 


Monthiy 

report 


Monthiy 

report 

■ 


1 

BB 


Monthiy 

report 


Monthiy 

report 













Down time 
report 


Down time 
report 


Down time 
report 


Down time 
report 


Down time 
report 













































































Vota / indicator 

Unit of measurement 

Ensure effective 
Planning and 
Project 

Review and approval 
of LED Strategy 

Align of DM Spatial 
Development 
Framework with local 
framework 

management 

Water Services 
Development Plan 


Disaster Management 
Plan (linked to DM 
Plan) 

Human Resource 
Development 

Review & report on 
Equity Plan 

Review & report Work 
Skills Plan 

Review and approve 
Organ gram 


Strengthen the skills 
and human 
resource base 

To effectively 
manage staff 

Labeur Relations 

Local Labeur Forum 
meetings 

Disciplinary Cases 
Reported & Completed 


% ofgrievances 
resolved 











Annual 

Expenditure 

Annual 

Revenue 

R(OOO) 

R(OOO) 

60 

0 

0 

0 

15 

0 

0 

0 

210 

55 

50 

60 

40 

40 

120 

60 

40 

0 

225 

80 



Month Ending 
Jan-15 


Month Ending 
Feb-15 


Month Ending 
Mar-15 


Month Ending 
Apr-15 


Month Ending 
May-15 


Month Ending 
Jun-15 


Projected Actuai Projected Actuai Projected Actuai Projected Actuai Projected Actuai Projected | Actuai 































































































Numberof Health & 
Safety Com. meetings 


12 


160 


75 


Meeting 


Environment 



12 

120 

65 

Monthiy H&S reports 








Prepare H&S 
equipment Schedule 

1 

30 

30 




Safety Equipment 
issued according to 
Schedule 

100% 

275 

35 


As per 
Schedule 


Vote / Indicator 


Public participation 
and good 
govemance 




Annual 

Expenditure 

Annual 

Revenue 



R(OOO) 

R(OOO) 

Unit of measurement 

Annual 

Target 



NumberofWard 
Committees held 
(quarterly) 

48 

600 

280 

Number r of budget 
consultation meetings 
taking place. 

5 

70 

70 

Number of IDP Rep 
meetings 

5 

30 

30 


Month Ending 
Jan-15 


Projected Actual 


Month Ending 
Feb-15 


Month Ending 
Mar-15 


Month Ending 
Apr-15 


Month Ending 
May-15 


Month Ending 
Jun-15 







Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 



1 meeting 
per 4 wards 








n 


Budget 

meeting 




Budget 

meeting 




IDP 

meeting 


IDP meeting 


IDP 

meeting 


IDP 

meeting 




















































































Annual 

Expenditure 


Annual 

Revenue 




1 

Annual 

Expenditure 

R(OOO) 

Annual 

Revenue 

R(OOO) 

Vote / indicator 

Unit of measurement 





Monthiy budget contrei, 
reconciliation of general 
ledger accounts and report 
accordingly 

1 

280 

320 


Submission of annual reports 
prescribed by the MFMA by 
February (each year) 

■ 

60 

85 


MFMA quarterly reports to 
Councll, National Treasury, 
Provinclal Treasury 

■ 

95 

125 


MFMA section 71 reports - 
monthiy 

12 

310 

240 

Ensure accurate 
and timeously 
reporting and 
Planning 

Timeously submission of Mid- 
Year report to Council. 
National & Provincial Treasury 
as per MFMA requirement 

1 

40 

70 


Timeously preparation and 
submission of Annual 
Financial Statements to 
Auditor-General in newiy 
accepted GRAP format 

1 

810 

110 


Development of draft budget 

1 

50 

40 

To developa 
compliant budget 
and financial 
statements 

Timeously approval of annual 
budget as per required 
timeframe of MFMA 

Preparation and approval of 
Adiusted Budget 

1 

1 

50 

50 

80 

80 


Vote: Budget and Treasury Office 


Month Ending 


Month Ending 


Month Ending 


Month Ending 


Month Ending 


Month Ending 


Projected Actual Projected Actual Projected Actual Projected Actual Projected Actual Projected | Actual 



AFS 

submitted 

toAG 


Quarterly 

report 

submitted 


Quarterly 

report 

submitted 


Report 

submitted 


Report 

submitted 


Report 

submitted 


Report 

submitted 


Report 

submitted 


Report 

submitted 





































Annual 

Expenditure 


Annual 

Revenue 


Month Ending 
Jul-14 


Vote / indicator 


Ensure effective 
capacity 

development and 
support in the 
financial unit 


Establish and 
maintain financial 
Systems and 
policies 


R(OOO) R(OOO) 

Annual 

Unit of measurement Target | Projected | Actual 


Approval of service level 
agreement and/or 
framework with specific 
time frames for financial 
management support and 
capacity building. 

100% 

30 

30 

Approved service 
level agreement 
implemented by 
service provider 

Performance reviews 
conducted with Financial 
Personnel 

4 

70 

90 


Implement effective 
System of revenue 
collection and safe keeping 
of data as perMFMA 
requirement 

12 

330 

390 

Monthly report 

Ensure 100% collection 
and receipt of grant 
funding as per DoRA 
allocations 

12 

305 

8000 

Monthiy report 

Develop financial related 
by-laws 

3 

50 

320 



Annual review and 
implementation of 
approved credit control & 
debt collection policy 

Develop and implement a 
Property Rates policy 



125 Review policy 


Rates policy 
approved 





















































Preparation and implement 
a supplementary/ valuation 
role 

1 

Ensure the implementation 


of effective asset 
management System. 

100% 

Undertake a land use audit 

1 

Annual review and 


development of other 
applicable revenue policies 
required per MFMA 

100% 


500 100 

160 160 100% 

70 105 


Land use 
audit 

completed 

All revenue 
policies 
reviewed 
























































































Unit of 

measurement 



Annuai 

Expenditure 

Annuai 

Revenue 

Month Ending 

Month Ending 

Month Ending 

Month Ending 

Month Ending 

Month Ending 


R(OOO) 

R(OOO) 

Jui-14 


Aug-14 

Sep-14 

Oct-14 

Nov-14 

Dec-14 




Projected 

Actuai 

Projected 

Actuai 

Projected 

Actuai 

Projected 

Actuai 

Projected 

Actuai 

Projected 

Actuai 

Annuai 

Target 






























Vote/ 

indicator 


SDBIPdeveloped 


15 


100 


SDBIP 

developed 





























Annual 

Expenditure 


Annual 

Revenue 


Vote / indicator 

Unit of measurement 



Monthiy budget control. 
reconclllation of general ledger 
accounts and report 
accordingly 

1 


Submisslon of annual reports 
prescribed by the MFMA by 
February (each year) 

■ 


MFMA quarterly reports to 
Council, National Treasury, 
Provincial Treasury 

■ 


MFMA sectlon 71 reports - 
monthiy 

12 

Ensure accurate 
and timeously 
reporting and 
Planning 

Timeously submissiën of Mid- 
Year report to Council. 
National & Provincial Treasury 
as per MFMA requirement 

1 


Timeously preparation and 
submisslon of Annual Financial 
Statements to Auditor-General 
in newiy accepted GRAP 
format 

1 


Development of draft budget 

1 

Todevelopa 
compliant budget 
and financial 
statements 

Timeously approval of annual 
budget as per required 
timeframe of MFMA 

Preparation and approval of 
Adjusted Budget 

1 

1 


R(OOO) 


R(OOO) 


Month Ending 
Jan-15 


Projected 


Actual 


280 


60 


95 


310 


40 


810 


50 


50 


50 


320 


85 


125 


240 


70 


110 


40 


80 


80 


Monthiy 

report 


Annual 

Report 


Report 

submitted 


Mid year 
Report 


Month Ending 
Feb-15 


Month Ending 
Mar-15 


Month Ending 
Apr-15 


Month Ending 
May-15 


Month Ending 
Jun-15 







































Annual 

Expenditure 


Annual 

Revenue 


Month Ending 
Jan-15 


Vote / indicator 


Ensure effective 
capacity 

development and 
support in the 
financial unit 


Establish and 
maintain financial 
Systems and 
policies 


Unit of measurement 


Approval of service level 
agreement and/or 
framework with specific 
time frames for financial 
management support and 
capacity building. 


Performance reviews 
conducted with Financial 
Personnel 


Implement effective 
System of revenue 
collection and safe 
keeping of data as per 
MFMA requirement 


Ensure 100% collection 
and receipt of grant 
funding as per DoRA 
allocations 


Develop financial related 
by-laws 


Annual review and 
implementation of 
approved credit contrei & 
debt collection policy 


Develop and implement a 
Property Rates policy 




30 

30 

70 

90 

330 

390 

305 

8000 

50 

320 

25 

125 

25 

100 


Projected | Actual 


Approved 
service level 
agreements 



Month Ending 
Feb-15 


Month Ending 
Mar-15 


Month Ending 
Apr-15 


Month Ending 
May-15 


Month Ending 
Jun-15 







Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 

Performance 

report 


Performance 

report 




Approved 
service level 
agreements 

Performance 

report 




Monthiy 

report 


Monthiy 

report 


Monthiy 

report 


Monthiy report 


Monthiy 

report 



Monthiy 

report 


Monthiy 

report 


Monthiy 

report 


Monthiy report 


iontl 

•epo 


















































Preparation and 
implementa 

supplementary/ valuation 

[ole 

Ensure the 
implementation of 
effective asset 
management System. 
Undertake a land use 
audit 


1 


100 % 


1 


Annual review and 
development of other 
applicable revenue 
policies required per 
MFMA 


100 % 


100 % 


100 % 


100 % 


100 % 


AH revenue 
policies 
reviewed 























Vote/ 

indicator Unit of measurement 


Ensure recovery of consumer 
and sundry debt exceeding 90 
days 


Implement an effective System 
ofexpenditure control in 
compliance with MFMA 
requirements 


Ensure implementation of the 
supply Chain management 
regulations and approved policy 


Apply an effective cash fiow 
and investment management 
as per approved poiicy 
requirements 









Establish an effective store and 
inventory System 


Ensure 100% maintenance and 
security in respect of generai 
ledger accounting system 


Annual review and 
deveiopment of appiicable 
expenditure poiicies required 
per MFMA 


impiement an effective system 
of asset and risk management 
in compiiance with MFMA 


Develop and implement an iT 
poiicy and strategy 



Annuai 

Expenditure Annuai 
Revenue 


Month Ending 


Month Ending 


Month Ending 


Month Ending 


Month Ending 


Month Ending 


Month Ending 
Apr-15 

Month Ending 


Month Ending 
May-15 
Month Ending 


Month Ending 


Month Ending 






55 

100 

65 

110 

40 

60 

100 

100 

35 

100 

40 

100 

40 

150 

40 

150 



Projected Actuai Projected Actuai Projected Actuai Projected Actuai Projected Actuai Projected | Actuai 


Debts recovered 


System 
deveioped and 
implemented 





Monthiy report 




































































Vote/ 

indicator 


Annuai 

Expenditure Annuai 

Revenue Month Ending Month Ending Month Ending Month Ending Month Ending 

R(OOO) R(OOO) Jan-15 Feb-15 Mar-15 Apr-15 May-15 

Month Ending Month Ending Month Ending Month Ending Month Ending 

Projected Actuai Projected Actuai Projected Actuai Projected Actuai Projected Actuai 

Unit of Annuai 

measurement Target 


I 1 I 15 I 100 

SDBIPdeveloped 


Month Ending 
Jun-15 

Month Ending 
Projected Actuai 































Vote / Indicator 

Unit of measurement 

Provision of 
temporary 
services 

Provide households wifh 
femporary wafer 


Provide households wifh 
potable water 


Provide sanitation to 
households 


Eradication of buckets 

Eradicate 
backlogs in 
infrastructure 

Supply electricity to households 


Percentage of community 
facility Projects completed 


Percentage of town 
establishment completed 
project 


Provide basic sanitation to 
households 


Provide basic solid waste to 
households 

Provision of 
sustainable basic 
services 

Provide basic electricity to 
households 


Provide basic water to 
households 


Expansion and provision of 
new roads 


Month Ending 

Jul-14 

Month Ending 

Aug-14 

Month Ending 

Sep-14 

Month Ending 

Oct-14 

Month Ending 

Nov-14 

Month Ending 

Dec-14 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 


R 


R 


R 


R 


R 


R 

R (000) 

(000) 

R (000) 

(000) 

R (000) 

(000) 

R (000) 

(000) 

R (000) 

(000) 

R (000) 

(000) 






























































































Vote / Indicator 


Unit of measurement 


Annual 

Revenue 


Annual 

Expenditure 

R(OOO) 


Month Ending 

Month Ending 

Month Ending 

Month Ending 

Month Ending 

Month Ending 

Jul-14 

Aug-14 

Sep-14 

Oct-14 

Nov-14 

Dec-14 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 


R 


R 


R 


R 


R 


R 

R (000) 

(000) 

R (000) 

(000) 

R (000) 

(000) 

R (000) 

(000) 

R (000) 

(000) 

R (000) 

(000) 


Bulk water and networks 


Bulk electricity networks 


Establish of recreation and 
sports facilities 


Establish of council buildings 
and gardens/parks 


Establish of 
public facilities 


Establish and development 
land fill sites 


Establish and development of 
cemeteries 


Library services 


Grant 

Received 


Establish of commonage lands 


Refuse removal and cleaning 


Compile long term 
Infrastructure Operation and 
Maintenance Plan 


Waste 

management 


Develop a recycling plant 


Develop further dumping sites 


0 






















































Vote / Indicator 

Unit of measurement 

Planning and 
strategies 

Develop a water strategy 
and management plan 


Develop a sanitation 
strategy and 
management plan 

Transport 

Maintenance of 
municipal roads 

managomont 

Pleet management 


Provide project 
management for 
Housing units 

Housing delivery 
and land 

Obtain accreditation for 
housing delivery agent 

development 

Purchase additional land 
through the DLA process 


Township establishment 
and layout 


Month Ending Month Ending Month Ending Month Ending Month Ending 


Aug-14 Sep-14 Oct-14 Nov-14 Dec-14 

Projected Actual Projected Actual Projected Actual Projected Actual Projected Actual 
R R R R R 

R (000) (000) R (000) (000) R (000) (000) R (000) (000) R (000) (000) 






















































Vote / Indicator 

Unit of measurement 

Provision of 
temporary 
services 

Provide househoids with 
temporary water 


Provide househoids with 
potabie water 


Provide sanitation to 
househoids 

Eradicate 
backlogs in 
infrastructure 

Eradication of buckets 

Supply eiectricity to househoids 


Percentage of community 
faciiity Projects compieted 


Percentage of town 
establishment compieted 
project 


Provide basic sanitation to 
households 


Provide basic solid waste to 
househoids 


Provide basic eiectricity to 
househoids 


Provide basic water to 
househoids 


Provision of 
sustainable basic 
services 


Expansion and provision of 
new roads 


CL col I I CL CO 


Month Ending 

Feb-15 

Month Ending 

Mar-15 

Month Ending 

Apr-15 

Month Ending 

May-15 

Month Ending 

Jun-15 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 


R 


R 


R 


R 


R 

R (000) 

(000) 

R (000) 

(000) 

R (000) 

(000) 

R (000) 

(000) 

R (000) 

(000) 



ide Provide Provide Provide Provide 

ice Service Service Service Service 


Provide Provide Provide Provide Provide 

Service Service Service Service Service 

Provide Provide Provide Provide Provide 

Service Service Service Service Service 

Provide Provide Provide Provide Provide 

Service Service Service Service Service 

Expansion 
of roads 






































































































Vote / Indicator 


Unit of measurement 


Annual 

Revenue 


Annual 

Expenditure 

R(OOO) 


Month Ending 

Month Ending 

Month Ending 

Month Ending 

Month Ending 

Month Ending 

Jan-15 

Feb-15 

Mar-15 

Apr-15 

May-15 

Jun-15 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 


R 


R 


R 


R 


R 


R 

R (000) 

(000) 

R (000) 

(000) 

R (000) 

(000) 

R (000) 

(000) 

R (000) 

(000) 

R (000) 

(000) 


Bulk water and networks 


Bulk electricity networks 


Establish of recreation and 
sports facilities 


Establish of council buildings 
and gardens/parks 


Establish of 

public facilities Establish and development land 
fill sites 

Establish and development of 
cemeteries 

Library services 

Establish of commonage lands 
Refuse removal and cleaning 

Compile long term 
Infrastructure Operation and 
Maintenance Plan 


Develop a recycling plant 


Waste 

management 


Develop further dumping sites 


0 



















































Vote / Indicator 

Unit of measurement 

Planning and 
strategies 

Develop a water strategy 
and management plan 


Develop a sanitation 
strategy and management 
plan 

Transport 

management 

Maintenance of municipal 
roads 

Pleet management plan 


Provide project 
management for Housing 
units 

Housing deliveryand 

Obtain accreditation for 
housing delivery agent 

land development 

Purchase additional land 
through the DLA process 


Township establishment 
and layout 


Annual 

Revenue 


Annual 

Expenditure 

R(OOO) 


Month Ending 

Month Ending 

Month Ending 

Month Ending 

Month Ending 

Month Ending 

Jan-15 

Feb-15 

Mar-15 

Apr-15 

May-15 

Jun-15 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 

Projected 

Actual 


R 


R 


R 


R 


R 


R 

R (000) 

(000) 

R (000) 

(000) 

R (000) 

(000) 

R (000) 

(000) 

R (000) 

(000) 

R (000) 

(000) 












































6 . 


Performance Plans for Senior Managers 


PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 


PERFORMANCE PLAN for 2013/14 - MANAGER: TECHNICAL SERVICES 
APPENDIX A: KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS (KPA's.1 and KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS (KPI'T = 80% 

Purpose-: The performance plan defines Council’s expectations of the Manager: Technical Services performance agreement to which this document is attached and Section 57(5) of the Municipal Systems Act, which provides the performance objectives and 
targets must be based on performance indicators (KPI's) as set in the Municipality's Integrated Development Plan as reviewed annually 


Key' responsibilities: 

Manage the reduction of backlogs in basic infrastructure in the municipality. 

Provide sustainable basic services to the community 
Manage the maintenance of the infrastructure in the municipality 
Manage the roads agency function 

Support the promotion of municipal transformation and organisational development. 
. Support the promotion of good governance and public participation. 


Key Performance Area 

Weight 


Key' Performance Indicator 

Weight 

100 

Baseline Information 

Time Frame 

Target 


Progress on Date of Review 

Quality 

Quality 

Infrastructure Development 
and Service delivery 

70 

1 

Provide .... households with potable water. 

10 






2 

Provide sanitation to .... households. 

10 






3 

Supply electricity to .... households. 

10 






4 

Percentage of identified water reticulation projects completed. 

5 






5 

Percentage of identifed electricity reticulation project 
completed. 

5 






6 

Percentage of identifed community facility projects completed 

5 






7 

Provide projectmanagement support to .... Flousing units 

5 






8 

Town planning projects completed. 

5 






9 

Provide identifed maintenance of municipal infrastructure 

5 






10 

Compliance to the conditions as set out in the approved Roads 
Agency 

10 






Municipal Transformation 
and Organisational 
Development 

10 

11 

Implementation of the municipality's Performance Management 
System (PMS). Agreement aligned to the Integrated 
Development Plan (IDP). Of the Department: Technical 

Services 

5 






12 

Percentage implementation of the approved organisational 
structure aligned to the IDP of the municipality 

3 






13 

Percentage implementation of the municipality’s Customer Care 
policy applicable to the Department of Technical Services: 

2 






Good Govemance and 
Public Participation 

10 

14 

Compliance to set procedures in ensuring adherence legislation 
for community participation in terms of planning, budgefng, 
implementation, monitoring and reporting. 











Key Performance Area 

Weight 


Key' Performance Indicator 

Weight 

100 

Baseline Information 

Time Frame 

Target 


Progress on Date of Review 

Quality 

Quality 

15 

Maintain relationships with organised business, through 
transparent, professional and accountable actions 








Percentage compliance to the anti-corruption policy' for the 
municipality in terms of the national strategy 

5 






Municipal financial viability 
and management 

10 


Compliance to the financial management policies and by-laws 
of the municipality. 

10 







100 



100 









APPENDIX B: 


GORE COMPETENCY REQUIREMENTS ( CCR’s) = 20% 


PERIOD: 01 JULY 2014 to 30 JUNE 2015 


HOD: Technical Services 

No. 

Core Competency Requirements (CCR's) 

Weight 

Quarterly Scores 

Final 

Comments 

Ist 

2nd 

3rd 

4th 

Score 


1. 

Gore Managerial Gompetencies (GMG's) 








1.1 

Glient Orientation and Gustomer Focus. ( compulsory) 








1.2 

Financial Management. ( compulsory ) 








1.3 

People Management and Empowerment. ( compulsory ) 








1.4 

Ghange Management. 








1.5 

Gommunication. 








1.6 

Honesty and Integrity. 








1.7 

Knowledge Management. 








1.8 

Problem Solving and Analysis. 








1.9 

Programma and Project Management. 








1.10 

Service Delivery Innovation. 








1.11 

Strategie Gapability and Leadership. 








2. 

Gore Occupational Gompetencies (GOG's) 








2.2 

Gompetence in poiicy conceptuaiisation, anaiysis and impiementation. 








2.3 

Gompetence in Seif Management. 








2.4 

Gompetence required by other national iine sector departments. 








2.5 

Exceptional and dynamic creativity to improve the municipaiity. 








2.6 

Interpretation of iegisiative and policy frameworks. 








2.7 

Knowiedge of developmentai locai govemment. 








2.8 

Knowiedge of globai and S.A. politicai, sociai and economie context. 








2.9 

Knowledge of functional municipal fields/disciplines. 








2.10 

Knowiedge of Performance Management and Reporting. 








2.11 

Skills in Mediation. 








2.12 

Skills in Governance 








Total: 


100% 











PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (PMS) 


APPENDIX A PERFORMANCE PLAN for 2014/2015- CORPORATE SERVICES 


Purpose-: The performance plan defines Council's expectations of the Manager: Technical Services performance agreementto which this document is attached and Section 57(5) of the Municipal Systems Act, which provides the performance objectives 
and targets must be based on performance indicators (KPI's) as set in the Municipality’s Integrated Development Plan as reviewed annually 

Key responsibilities: 

Manage the human resources and institutional transformation of the municipality 
Manage and promote local economie development in the municipality 
Manage and promote social development in the municipality 
Promote a safe and healthy environment 

Encourage and promote democratie governance and public participation in the municipality. 


Key Performance Area 

Weight 

Key Performance Indicators 

Weight 

Baseline Information 

Time Frame 

Target 


Quality 

Quality' 



I. Ensure that all approved IT/ MIS projects are implemented and maintained 

6 







2. Implement and improve the Performance Management System (PMS), aligned to 
the Integrated Development Plan (IDP) of the municipality 

6 





Municipal Transformation 
and Organisational 
Development 


3. Amend and operationalise an organisational structure aligned to the Integrated 
Development Plan (IDP) of the municipality. 

6 






4 Amend and implement effective administrative and institutional Systems, structures 
and procedures: (HR, Financial Policles. By-laws) 








5 Revise and operationalise integrated human resource management Systems 

6 







6. Implement the approved Customer Services Systems In Department: Administration 

6 







7. Ensure Implementation of the approved LED and Tourism Master Plan. 

8 





local Economie 

2 

8. Ensure the performance of a detailed analysis of local economie development in the 
municipality (LED) 

8 





Development (LED) 

9. Ensure the implementation of approved projects informed by credible business 
plans within the parameters of the LED Strategy and programma 








10. Ensure the provislon of institutional capacity to implement approved LED 
programmes and to create a conducive environment for shared growth in the 
municipality 

8 







1 1 . Ensure the promotion, support and implementation of approved social 
development programmes 

3 





Democratie Governance 
and Public participation 


12 Ensure the implementation of the approved Disaster Management Plan In 
compliance with the Disaster Management Act. 

3 







13. Ensure the implementation of land-use policies and legislation. 

3 







14. Ensure the promotion, support and implementation of approved Environmental 

3 









Key Performance Area 

Weight 

Key Performance Indicators 

Weight 

Baseiine information 

Time Frame 

Target 


Quality 

Quality' 

15. Ensure the provision of administrative support services to all committees 
ofCouocll (Mayoral Committee. Portfolio Committees etc) 

3 





16. Ensure capacity' buiiding of community-based organisations to enhance effective 
community participation 

3 





17. Support the buiiding of relationships with organised business, labour civii society 
through transparant and accountabie actions 

3 





18. Impiement and monitor the approved anti corruption strategy tor the municipality in 
Department: Administration in terms of the National Strategy 

3 





19. Promote and monitor the Impiementation of the approved communication strategy 
in Department: Administration to promote transparency, pubiic accountability, access 
to information and administrative justice and responsiveness 

3 





Municipal Financial 
viability and management 

5 

20. Support and promote the achievement of an unquaiified audit report. 

5 






100 


100 









RENOSTERBERG MUNICIPALITY 



PERFORMANCE MANA-GEMENT-SYSTEM (PMS) 


APPENDIX B: 

GORE COMPETENCY REQUIREMENTS ( CCR's) = 20% 

JULY 2014 to 30 JUNE 2015 

PERIOD: 01 


HDD: Administration ■ 

No. 

Gore Competencies (CMC's) 

Weight 

Quarterly Scores 

Final 

Comments 

Ist 

2nd 

3rd 

4th 

Score 


1. 

Gore Managerial Gompetencies 









Client Orientatlon and Customer Focus, (compulsory) 








1,2 

Financial Management, (compulsory ) 








1,3 

People Management and Empowerment . (compulsory ) 








1,4 

Change Management. 








1.5 

Communicatlon. 








1.6 

Honesty and Integrity. 








1,7 

Knowledge Management. 








1,8 

Problem Solving and Analysis. 








1,9 

Programma and Project Management. 








1.10 

Service Dellvery Innovatlon. 








1.11 

Strategie Capablllty and Leadership. 








2. 

Gore Occupatlonal Competencies 








2.2 

Competence In pollcy conceptualisatlon, analysis and implementatlon. 








2.3 

Competence In Self Management. 








24 

Competence required by ether national line sector departments 








2.5 

Exceptlonal and dynamie creativity to Improve the municipallty 








2.6 

Interpretatlon of legislative and policy frameworks. 








2.7 

Knowledge of developmental local government. 








2.8 

Knowledge of global and S.A. polltical, soclal and economie context. 








2.9 

Knowledge of functlonal municipal flelds/discipllnes. 








2.10 

Knowledge of Performance Management and Reporting. 








2.11 

Skills In Medlatlon. 








2.12 

Skills In Governance 








Total: 


100% 












PERFOIRMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 
PERFORMANCE PLAN • MANAGER: FINANCE 

APPENDIX A: KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS (KPA's) and KEY PERFOMANCE INDICATORS (KPI's). 

Purpose-: The performance plan defines Council’s expectations of the Chief Finance Officer performance agreement to which this document is attached and Section 57(5) of the Municipal Systems Act, which provides the performance objectives and targets 
must be based on performance indicators (KPI’s) as set in the Municipality's Integrated Development Plan as reviewed annually 

Key responsibilities 

1 . Manage the budget reform implementation process 

2. Manage the financial reporting process in terms of the MFMA 

3. Manage expenditure and supply chain management 

4. Manage revenue and debt collection 

5. Manage asset and risk management 

6. Manage institutional transformation and organisational development in the department of finance 

7. Promote good governance and public participation in financial matters for the municipality 


Key- Performance Area 

Weight 

Key Performance Indicators 

Weight 

Baseline Information 

Time Frame 

Targets 



Quality 

Quantity 

r lUyfcbb Uil Udlc UI rscVIcW 

I. Budget Reforms 
Implementation Process 


1 Ensure implementation of budget reforms prescribed in the MFMA as per categorisation 
of the municipality. 

13 






2. Ensure timeously reporting in the prescribed formal tO Council, National and Provincial 
Treasury, Auditor General, DPLG, Department Housing and Local Government and other 
stakeholders. on prescribed dates 







2. Reporting Process in 
terms of the MFMA 


3. Ensure the drafting and submission of a mid year report to Council 

9 






4. Ensure the timeously compilation of the Annual Financial Statements in the prescribed 
format. 

9 






3. Expenditure and Supply 
Chain Management 

10 

5. Ensure the implementation and management of the expenditure and supply chain 
management System. 

10 






4 Revenue and debt 
collection. 

10 

6. Ensure the collection and receipt In terms of all grant funding promulgated per DORA 
allocation. 

10 






5 Asset and Risk 
Management. 

7 

7. Ensure the implementation of effective asset and risk management 

7 






1. Municipal Transformation 
Organisational 
Development 

8 

8. Implement the approved Performance management System (PMS) in the Finance 
Department, aligned to the IDP of the Municipality 







9. Operationalise the approved organisational structure of the Finance Department, 
aligned to the Integrated Development Plan (IDP) of the Municipality 







1 0. Implement the approved administrative and institutional Systems, structures and 
procedures in the Finance department (Financial Policies, by-laws and communication 
Systems) 







1 1 . Implement Financial Customer Services System 







12. Ensure the Implementation of the approved Process Plan for community participation 
in terms of planning, budgeting, implementation, monitoring and reporting. 







7 Good Governance and 
public Participation. 

12 

1 3. Implement the approved financial anti-corruption strategy for the municipality in terms 
of the national strategy 







14. Achieve and maintain unqualified financial audit reports 

4 










Key~ Performance Area 

Weight 

Key Performance Indicators 

Weight 

Baseline information 

Time Frame 

Targets 



Quality 

Quantity 

rlUyfcbb Uil Udlc UI rxcVIcW 

100 



100 








PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (PMS) 

APPENDIX B: CORE COMPETENCY REQUIREMENTS ( CCR's) = 20% PERIOD: 01 JULY 2014 to 30 JUNE 2015 


HDD: Finance ( CFO) 

No. 

Core Competendes (CMC's) 

Weight 

Quarterly Scores 

Final Score 

Comments 

Ist 

2nd 

3rd 

4th 

1 . 

Core Managerial Competendes 








11 

Client Orientatlon and Customer Focus, (compulsory) 








12 

Financial Management, (compulsory ) 








1.3 

People Management and Empowerment. (compulsory ) 








1.4 

Change Management. 








15 

Communicatlon. 








16 

Honesty and Integrity. 








1.7 

<nowledge Management. 








\.8 

^roblem Solving and Analysis. 








19 

^rogramme and Project Management. 








110 

Service Delivery Innovation. 








111 

Strategie Capablllty and Leadership. 








2. 

Core Occupatlonal Competendes 








2.2 

Competence in policy conceptualisation, analysis and implementation. 








2.3 

Competence in Self Management. 








24 

Competence required by other national line sector departments. 








2.5 

Exceptional and dynamic creativity to improve the municipality. 








2.6 

Interpretation of legislative and policy frameworks. 








2.7 

Knowledge of developmental local government. 








2.8 

Knowledge of global and SA political, social and economie context. 








2.9 

Knowledge of functional municipal fields/disciplines. 








2.10 

Knowledge of Performance Management and Reporting. 








2.11 

Skills in Mediation. 








2.12 

Skills in Governance 








Total: 


100% 











PERFOIRMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 
PERFORMANCE PLAN • MUNICIPAL MANAGER 

APPENDIX A: KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS (KPA's) and KEY PERFOMANCE INDICATORS (KPI's). 

Purpose-: The performance plan defines Councll’s expectations of the Municipal Manger performance agreement to which this document Is attached and Section 57(5) of the Munici pal Systems Act, which provides the performance objectives and targets must be based on performance 
indicators (KPI’s) as set in the Municipality’s Integrated Development Plan as reviewed annually 


Key responsibilities 

1 . 1 Provide democratie and accountable government to local communitles 

2. Ensure the provision of services to communities in a sustainable manner 

3. Promote social and economie development 

4. Promote a safe and healthy environment 

5. Encourage the involvement of communities and community organisations in matters of local government 


Key Performance Area 

Weight 

Key Performance Indicators 

Weight 

Baseline information 

Time Frame 

Targets 



Quality 

Quantity 

Progrsss on Dalo or Roviow 

1 Municipal 
transformation and 
Organisational 
Development 

1. 

Implement and improve a Performance Management System aligned to the IDP of the 
municinalitv" 

13 






2. 

Amend and operationalise an organisational structure aligned to the IDP of the 
munici pality 







3. 

Amend and implement effective administrative and institutional Systems, structures and 
procedures (HR, Financial policies, By Laws and communication) 

9 






4. 

Manage the interface between the Mayoral Committee and Council, aligned to the 
administration and political priorities of Council 

9 






5. 

Introducé and operationalise integrated human resource management Systems 







6. 

Implement Customer Service Systems 







2. Infrastructure 

Development and Service 
Delivery 

10 

Implement an infrastructure development and investment model 







Provide basic municipal services within the municipality 







Facilitate sustainable human settlement development In line with the IDP 







Undertake a detailed analysis of economie development in the municipality 







Incorporate the comparative and competitive advantages of the municipality into a 
credible LED strategy and programma 







3. Local Economie 
Development 

10 

Ensure the economie development analysis, land use policies and spatial 
representation of the local economie development Vision are included in the Spatial 
Development Framework 







Provide institutional capacity to implement the LED programmes and to create a 
conducive environment for shared growth in the municipality 







Implement sound financial practices in terms of the MFMA priorities and timeframes 







Ensure the development of financial management policies and by-laws (supply Chain 
management, credit control, tariff and investment policies) 







4. Municipal Financial 

Viability and management 

7 

Introducé and operationalise integrated financial management Systems 







Ensure the achievement of set financial viability targets 







Implement and comply with financial legislation including the Property Rates Act and 
Division of Revenue Act 










Key Performance Area 

Weight 

Key Performance Indicators 

Weight 

Baseline Information 

Time Frame 

Targets 



Quality 

Quantity 

Progrsss on Dal© or Roviaw 

Set procedures to ensure adherence to legislation for community participation in terms 
of planning, budgeting, implementation monitoring and reporting 







Ensure regular Communications with communities on achievement to targets of the 
municipality 







Build capacity of community-based organisations to effect participation 







Build relationships with organised business, labourand civil society through transparent 
and accountable actions 







Develop and implement anti-corruption strategies for the municipality in terms of the 
national strategy 







5. Good Governance and 
Public Participation 

8 

Ensure the effective functioning of the financial and performance audit committee 







Introducé and maintain mechanisme to ensure disclosure of financial interest 







Develop and implement an effective communication strategy to promote transparency, 
public accountability, access to Information and administrative justice and 
responsiveness 







Achieve and maintain unqualified audit reports 







Ensure community satisfaction surveys are conducted 







Total 

100 











PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (PMS) 

APPENDIX B: CORE COMPETENCY REQUIREMENTS ( CCR's) = 20% PERIOD:01 JULY 2014 to 30 JUNE 2015 


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No. 

Core Competencies (CMC's) 

Weight 

Quarterly Scores 

Final 

Score 

Comments 

1st 

2nd 3rd 4th 

1. 

Core Managerial Competencies 






1,1 

Client Orientation and Customer Focus, (compulsory) 






1,2 

Financial Management, (compulsory ) 






1,3 

People Management and Empowerment. (compulsory ) 






14 

Change Management. 






15 

Communication. 






16 

Honesty and Integrity. 






1,7 

Knowledge Management. 






18 

Problem Solving and Analysis. 






19 

Programma and Project Management. 






110 

Service Delivery Innovation. 






UI 

Strategie Capability and Leadership. 






2. 

Core Occupational Competencies 






2,2 

Competence in policy conceptualisation, analysis and implementation. 






2,3 

Competence in Self Management. 






2,4 

Competence required by other national line sector departments 






2,5 

Exceptional and dynamic creativity to improve the municipality. 






2,6 

Interpretation of legislative and policy frameworks. 






2,7 

Knowledge of developmental local govemment. 






2,8 

Knowledge of global and S.A. political, social and economie context. 






2,9 

Knowledge of functional municipal fields/disciplines. 






2.10 

Knowledge of Performance Management and Reporting. 






2.11 

Skills in Mediation. 






2.12 

Skills in Governance 






Total: 


100%