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CITY OF MATLOSANA 

DRAINAGE SERVICES TARIFFS 

Monthly charges for availability and use of Council's drainage services: 


1 

BASIC CHARGES 

Excluding Domionville 

2018/2019 

2019/2020 


1.1 

Where any portion of land with or without improvements is connected or can be connected to 
the Council's sewers in the opinion of Council's engineer, the charges specified hereunder shall 
be payable to the City Council by the registered owner thereof, except where otherwise stated: 

Provided that where property of the Council is leased or the registered owner cannot be 
identified, such basic charge shall be payable by the lessee of the particular property: 





1.1.1 

Dwelling-houses (exclusive of industrial erven prior to consolidation of title). 

Provided that in cases where more than one such portion of land are 

bona fide used for residential purposes, but not exceeding a total area of 50124m 2 

in connection with one dwelling, the monthly charge shall not exceed. 

R74.97 

R78.87 



1.1.2 

Indigent Consumers (Subsidized) 

R74.97 

R78.87 



1.1.3 

Jouberton, Kanana, Khuma & Tigane Townships 





Where any portion of land with or without improvements is connected or can be connected to 
the Council's sewers in the opinion of Council's engineer, the charges specified hereunder shall 
be payable to the City Council by the registered owner thereof, except where otherwise stated: 

Provided that where property of the Council is leased or the registered owner cannot be 
identified, such basic charge shall be payable by the lessee of the particular property: 






1.1.3.1 Formal sector (areas with all services) 

R74.97 

R78.87 




1.1.3.2 Informal sector (areas with all services except electricity) 

R64.55 

R67.91 




1.1.3.3 Areas with only a bucket system 

R63.71 

R67.02 



1.1.4 

Flostel Rentals 

R33.91 

R35.67 



1.1.5 

Spoornet (15 and 55 of the farm Nooitgedacht 434 IP) 

R334.75 

R352.16 



1.1.6 

Unimproved industrial erven, per 15.24m 2 or part thereof of frontage, excluding 
registered rights-of-way, per month 

R126.78 

R133.37 


1.2 

Land on which buildings exist for purposes other than dwelling purposes and not otherwise 
classified, per 15.24m 2 or part of frontage, excluding registered rights-of-way, per month: 

Provided: 

R126.78 

R133.37 



1.2.1 

that in the case of sites zoned for residential purposes on which dwelling houses and 
buildings for other purposes exist, the Council shall determine the site frontage upon 
which the charge relating to such other buildings shall be based; 





1.2.2 

that any sites charged under this rule shall not be charged in addition under rule 1 in 
respect of the same site; 





1.2.3 

that no charge hereunder shall exceed (R533.61) per month 

R507.23 

R533.61 



1.2.4 

that in cases where one building is built over more than one erf, portion of erf, stand or 
piece of ground, under one ownership, the total frontages of such sites shall be added 
together and taken as one frontage. 










Hospitals, nursing and convalescent homes - 



1.3.1 per each bed available for patients during the previous calendar year, calculated on the 



monthly average of beds per month. 

R30.43 

R32.01 

1.3.2 per every staff member resident and non-resident calculated on the monthly average of 



persons in service during the previous calendar year, per month 

R33.91 

R35.67 

Correctional Services 



1.4.1 per every 10 prisoners or part thereof calculated on the daily average number of prisoners 



lodged during the preceding calendar year, per month 

R33.91 

R35.67 

1.4.2 per every staff member resident and non-resident, calculated on the monthly average of 



persons in service during the previous calendar year, per month 

R21.17 

R22.27 

Churches, including non-revenue producing halls on same premises, per month 

R74.97 

R78.87 

Halls from which revenue is derived, per month 

R126.78 

R133.37 

Government offices, excluding Spoornet premises, for each 
government department per month. 



1.7.1 Main offices 

R507.34 

R533.72 

1.7.2 Branch offices 

R126.78 

R133.37 

Spoornet premises - 



1.8.1 for each dwelling or cottage whether detached or not, per month 

1.8.2 for every 9.29m 2 or part of floor area at each floor of all buildings including goods loading 

R26.22 

R27.58 

platforms but excluding grain elevator bins and buildings falling under (a) hereof, per month 

R5.37 

R5.65 

School clinic, per month 

R126.78 

R133.37 

Educational institutions, hostels conducted by educational institutions and charitable homes, 
per every 25 or part of pupils/inmates, staff and servants, calculated on the monthly average 
of pupils/inmates enrolled and persons in service during the previous calendar year, per month 

R66.34 

R69.79 

Sport clubs, in respect of ground under their control, per club per month 

R74.97 

R78.87 

ADDITIONAL SEWERAGE CHARGES 

2018/2019 

2019/2020 

The charges specified hereunder shall as from 1 July 1992 be paid by the registered owner of 
the premises concerned, except where otherwise stated in addition to the charges specified 
under Part 1 of Appendix III, in respect of premises connected to the Council's sewers: 

Provided that where property of the Council is leased such charge shall be payable by the lessee 
of the particular property. 



Private dwellings, whether detached or not (excluding dwellings on Spoornet premises and 
gaol premises), per month 

R76.97 

R80.97 

2.1.1 Sub economical housing 

R4.74 

R4.99 

2.1.2 Indigent Consumers (Subsidized) 

R76.97 

R80.97 

Wholly residential flats, for every living room, per month 

R36.43 

R38.32 

Residential flat and business premises under one roof - 

R36.43 

R38.32 

2.3.1 for every living room per month 

2.3.2 for every 9.29m 2 or part thereof, of total area floor for business purposes, including 



basement and outbuildings, per month in accordance with tariffs nos. 2.10, 2.11 and 2.12. 


















2.4 

All other premises in Orkney, excluding Kanana (for the purpose of this tariff a "point" 
means the following): 




Each water closet, slop hopper, urinal, for each 700mm or part thereof, or each grease trap): 

2.4.1 For eachl to 20 points ( for each point) 

R42.33 

R44.53 


2.4.2 For each 21 to 50 points ( for each point) 

R52.76 

R55.50 


2.4.3 More than 50 points (for each point exceeding 50 points) 

R63.07 

R66.35 

2.5 

All other premises in Kanana ( for the purpose of this tariff a "point" means the following: 

Each water closet, slop hopper, urinal, for each 700mm or part thereof): 

2.5.1 For each point 

R8.42 

R8.86 

2.6 

Boarding and/or lodging houses and private hotels, licensed to accommodate more than six 
persons, for every 9.29m 2 or part hereof of total area of each floor, including basement and 
outbuildings per month 

R10.95 

R11.52 

2.7 

Hotels, clubs and beer halls licensed under the Liquor Act, 1989 (as amended), for every 

9.29m 2 or part thereof, of the total area at each floor, including basement and outbuildings, 
per month 

R27.27 

R28.69 

2.8 

Hotels and clubs licensed under the Liquor Act, 1989 (as amended), and business premises 
under same roof - 




2.8.1 for every 9.29m 2 or part thereof, of total area at each floor, including basement and 




outbuildings available for hotel purposes, per month 

R27.27 

R28.69 


2.8.2 for every 9.29m 2 or part thereof, of total area at each floor, including basement and 




outbuildings available for club purposes, per month 

R27.27 

R28.69 


2.8.3 for every 9.29m 2 or part thereof, of total area at each floor, including basement and 




outbuildings available for business purposes, per month in accordance with Tariffs 

Nos. 2.9, 2.10 and 2.11. 



2.9 

Business premises not otherwise classified for every 9.29m 2 or part thereof, of the total area 
at each floor including basement and outbuildings available for business purposes, per month 

R3.69 

R3.88 

2.10 

Commercial laundries, cleaning and dyeing works ice factories, mineral water factories, milk 
depots, refreshment rooms and dairies for every 9.29m 2 or part thereof, at each floor including 
basement and outbuildings available for business purposes, per month 

R13.58 

R14.29 

2.11 

Factories, workshops, saw mills, commercial motor garages, parking garages, buildings used 
solely for storage purposes and similar undertakings not otherwise classified, for every 9.29m 2 
or part thereof, at each floor including basement and outbuildings available for business 
purposes, per month 

R3.90 

R4.10 

2.12 

Malt factories, mills, produce businesses and similar undertakings not other-wise classified, 
comprising factory, milling, business and storage premises- 




2.12.1 for every 9.29m 2 or part thereof, at each floor available for factory, milling and business 




purposes, per month 

R4.ll 

R4.32 


2.12.2 for every 9.29m 2 or part thereof, at each floor available for drying or sprouting purposes 




per month 

R2.ll 

R2.22 


2.12.3 for every 9.29m 2 or part thereof, at each floor available for storage purposes per month 

R2.ll 

R2.22 

2.13 

Hospitals, nursing and convalescent homes - 




2.13.1 for each bed available for patients calculated on monthly average of beds for previous 




calendar year, per month 

R40.33 

R42.43 


2.13.2 for each staff member and servant calculated on month average of staff and servants in 




service, during previous calendar year, per month 

R40.33 

R42.43 











2.14 


Correctional services 



2.14.1 per every 10 prisoners or part thereof, calculated on the daily average number of 
prisoners lodged during the preceding calendar year, per month 

R75.71 

R79.65 


2.14.2 for every staff member resident and non-resident calculated on the monthly average in 
service during previous calendar year, per month 

R40.44 

R42.54 

2.15 

Churches - for each church, per month 

R76.97 

R80.97 

2.16 

Government offices, for each Government Department - 




2.16.1 Main office, per month 

2.16.2 Branch offices 

R605.05 

R151.21 

R636.51 

R159.07 

2.17 

Schools and clinics, per month 

R151.21 

R159.07 

2.18 

Halls from which revenue is derived, for every 9.29m 2 or part thereof, including basement 
and outbuildings, per month 

R4.ll 

R4.32 

2.19 

Halls including church halls from which no revenue is derived, for every 9.29m 2 or part 
thereof, including basement and outbuildings, per month 

R2.ll 

R2.22 

2.20 

Sports clubs, in respect of grounds under their control-per club, per month 

R86.56 

R91.06 

2.21 

Spoornet premises - 




2.21.1 for each dwelling or cottage, whether detached or not, per month 

R86.56 

R91.06 


2.21.2 for every 9.29m 2 or part of floor area at each floor of all buildings, including goods loading 
platforms, but excluding grain elevator bins and buildings under (a) hereof, per month 

R8.ll 

R8.53 

2.22 

Educational institutions and charitable homes, excluding hostels, for every 25 persons or part 
thereof, comprising staff, servants and pupils/students calculated on monthly average of 
pupils/students enrolled and persons in service during previous calendar year, per month 

R129.31 

R136.03 

2.23 

Hostels conducted in conjunction with educational institutions, for every 25 persons or part 
thereof, comprising staff, servants and pupils/students calculated on monthly average of 
persons in service and pupils/students enrolled during previous calendar year, per month 

R96.14 

R101.14 







3 OTHER CHARGES 


2018/2019 


2019/2020 


3.1 Municipal Premises 

Any municipal premises, excluding residential premises, shall be charged for every water- 

closet, urinal or basin installed in such premises per month. R129.31 

3.2 Swimming Baths 

For each instance in which the Council permits the discharge of water from the bath into the 

Council's sewer. The total quantity to be discharged shall be determined by calculation. R2.ll 

3.3 Other Premises 

Any premises not covered by classification under Parts 1 and/or 2 and/or 3 shall be subject to 
such charges as the Council shall decide: Provided that such charges shall be in conformity 
so far as possible with the charges under Parts 1 and/or 2 and/or 3. 


GENERAL RULES REGARDING CHARGES 2018/2019 

Should any dispute arise as to classification, the decision of the Council shall be final. 

In cases where any charge is based upon numbers of persons or beds the heads of the 
institutions concerned shall furnish the Council with certified returns setting forth the 
information required for calculating such charges. Should any person or persons required to 
furnish any return in terms of these by-laws, fail to do so, within 30 days after having been 
called upon to do so by the Town Treasurer, the Council shall have the right to make charges 
under Parts 1 and/or 2 as in the circumstances appear to the Council to be reasonable. 

Should any building be occupied in sections during construction, any charges which apply in 
respect of such building shall be made as to 33 1/3 per cent during the first month of such 
occupation, 66 2/3 per cent during the second month and thereafter 100 per cent. 

All charges under Part 2 shall, in respect of premises already connected to the Council's 
sewers, apply from the first of the month following upon that during which connection has 
been made to the Council's sewers. Up to the date which these charges come into operation 
in respect of any premises, the sanitary and vacuum removal fees in force prior to that date 
shall be payable. 

Any premises which have not yet been connected to the Council's sewers shall be charged 
under Part 2 from the date upon which the Council, by written notice, required the connection 
to be made or from the date upon which the connection is made, whichever is the earlier. 

Any premises not connected by the date upon which the Council required the connection to 
be made shall be charged the usual fees for sanitary, vacuum or slop-water services rendered 
in addition to the charges under Part 2 

The minimum charge under Part 2 shall be per month. R76.97 

All charges under Parts 1 and/or 2 and/or 3 shall be due and payable by the 10th of the month 
following that in respect of which the charges are raised. 


5 VALUE ADDED TAX 


R136.03 


R2.22 


2019/2020 


R80.97 


The tariffs do not include VAT at the standard rate. 


15% 


15%