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Umzumbe 


Final Integrated Development Plan 2015/2016 


Table of Contents 


I. GLOSSARY 4 

II. GLOSSARY OF LEGISLATIVE ENACTMENTS 6 

1. CHAPTER 1: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 7 

1.1 Location: Who are we? 7 

1.2 Process Plan: How was the Plan Developed? 9 

1.3 Process Plan 10 

2 CHAPTER 2 PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT PRINCIPLES, POLICIES AND IMPERATIVES 14 

2.1 Planning and Development Principles 14 

3 CHAPTER 3 DEMOGRAPHICS 24 

3.1 Population 24 

3.2 Population Composition 26 

AGE PROFILE 26 

3.3 Employment Status 26 

3.4 Education level 27 

3.5 Poverty Status 28 

3.6 Health status 28 

4 CHAPTER 4 SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS 31 

4.1 KPA 1: MUNICIPAL TRANSFROMATION AND INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT 31 

4.1.1 HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT. 31 

4.1.2 POWERS AND FUNCTIONS 32 

4.1.3 MUNICIPAL TRANSFORMATION & INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT: SWOT ANALYSIS 44 

4.1.4 Challenges 45 

4.1.5 What are we going to do to unlock and address our key challenges? 45 

4.1.6 What could you expect from us ; in terms of outputs, outcomes and deliverables ; over the next five 

years? 45 

4.2 KPA 2: BASIC SERVICE DELIVERY 46 

4.2.1 Situational Analysis: Basic Service Delivery 46 

4.2.2 Transportation Infrastructure 55 

4.2.3 Access to Community Facilities 64 

4.2.4 : Basic Service Delivery SWOT ANALYIS 81 

4.3 KPA 3: LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 82 

4.3.1 LOCAL ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT ANALYSIS 82 

4.3.2 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT WITH PARTICULAR FOCUS ON VULNERABLE 94 

4.3.3 Challenges 95 

4.3.4 What are we going to do to unlock and address our key challenges? 95 

4.3.5 What could you expect from us, in terms of outputs, outcomes and deliverables, over the next five 

years? 96 

4.3.6 LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SWOT ANALYIS 97 

4.4 KPA 4: FINANCIAL VIABILITY AND MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS 98 


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Capability of the Municipality to execute Capital Projects 98 

4.4.1 FINANCIAL VIABILITY AND MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS 102 

SECTIONS AND FUNCTIONS OF THE FINANCE DEPARTMENT 103 

4.4.2 MUNICIPAL FINANCIAL VIABILITY AND MANAGEMENT: SWOT ANALYSIS 112 

4.4.3 Challenges 113 

4.4.4 What are we going to do to unlock and address our key challenges? 113 

4.5 KPA 5: GOOD GOVERNANCE AND PUBLIC PARTICIPATION 114 

4.5.1 Situational Analysis: Good Governance and Public Participation 114 

4.5.2 National and Provincial Programmes 117 

4.5.3 Functionality of Committees 120 

4.5.4 Established Structures 125 

4.5.5 Public Participation (Communications Strategy) 125 

4.5. 6 Council adoption of Municipal Policies 126 

4.5. 7 Council Adopted By-Laws 126 

4.5.8 Good Governance and Public Participation SWOT Analysis 127 

4.5.9 Key Challenges 128 

4.6 KPA 6: CROSS CUTTING INTERVENTIONS (SPATIAL ANALYSIS, ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT, AND 

DISASTER MANAGEMENT) 129 

4.6.1 Strategic Planning /Spatial Planning / Land Use Management 129 

4.6.2 DISASTER MANAGEMENT 130 

4.6.3 ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS 134 

4.6.4 ADMINISTRATIVE ENTITIES 145 

4.6.5 LAND REFORM 151 

4.6.6 Challenges 161 

4.6. 7 What are we going to do to unlock and address our key challenges? 163 

4.6.8 What could you expect from us , in terms of outputs, outcomes and deliverables , over the next five 
years? 164 

4.6.9 Cross Cutting Interventions: SWOT ANALYSIS 165 

4.6.10 COMBINED SWOT ANALYSIS 170 

4.6.11 KEY CHALLENGES 172 

5 CHAPTER 5: LONG TERM VISION 175 

5.1 SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK 175 

5.2 How WILL OUR PROGRESS BE MEASURED? 176 

5.3 GOALS, OBJECTIVES & STRATEGIES 178 

5.3.1 (Municipal Transformation and Institutional Development) 178 

5.3.2 (Municipal Financial Viability and Management) 179 

5.3.3 Objectives and Strategies (Good Governance and Public Participation) 180 

5.3.4 Objectives and Strategies (Local Economic Development) 181 

5.3.5 Objectives and Strategies (Cross Cutting Interventions) 182 

5.3.6 (Basic Service Delivery) 183 

5.4 Strategic Mapping 184 

5.4.1 SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK 184 

5.4.2 ALIGNMENT WITH NEIGHBOURING MUNICIPALITIES 187 

5.4.3 UMDONISDF 187 


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5.4.4 UBUHLEBEZWE SDF 187 

5.4.5 UMUZIWABANTU SDF 188 

5.4.6 UMZIMKHULUSDF 189 

5.4.7 HIBISCUS COAST SDF 189 

5.4.8 EZINQOLENI SDF 192 

5.4.9 VULAMEHLO SDF 193 

6 CHAPTER 6: PLANNED PROJECTS FOR 2015/16 FINANCIAL YEAR 195 

6.1 Umzumbe Municipality Projects 195 

7 CHAPTER 7: FINANCIAL PLAN 229 

7.1 2015/2016 Final Annual Budget 229 

7.1.1 Revenue Budget by Source 229 

7.1.2 Operating Expenditure by Vote 230 

7.1.3 Operating Expenditure by Nature 236 

7.1.4 Capital Expenditure by Category 240 

7.1.5 Capital Expenditure by Vote 241 

7.1.6 Disclosure of Salaries, Allowances and Benefits 246 

7.1.7 Summary of Total Salaries and Allowances 247 

8 CHAPTER 8: CAPITAL INVESTMENT FRAMEWORK (CIF) 249 

9 GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC SECTOR PARTICIPATION, AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT REPORT 283 

9.1 Mayoral Izimbizo 283 

9.2 IDP Roadshows 2015/16 293 

9.3 Community Based Plans 304 

10 ANNEXURES 311 

10.1 Energy Master Plan 311 

10.2 SDBIP/Organizational Scorecard 312 

10.3 Council Resolution 313 


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I. GLOSSARY 


AG 

Auditor General 

AIDS 

Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome 

ART 

Antiretroviral therapy 

ARV 

Antiretroviral 

ASGISA 

Accelerated Shared Growth Initiative of South Africa 

BBBEE 

Broad Based Black economic Empowerment 

CDWs 

Community Development Workers 

CFO 

Chief Financial Officer 

DBSA 

Development Bank of Southern Africa 

DAEA 

Department of Agriculture and Environmental Affairs 

DEAT 

Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism 

DFID 

Department for International Development 

DLA 

Department of Land Affairs 

DLGTA 

Department of Local Government and Traditional Affairs 

DM 

District Municipality 

DoH 

Department of Housing 

DoL 

Department of Labour 

DWAF 

Department of Water Affairs & Forestry 

EIA 

Environmental Impact Assessment 

EKZNW 

Ezemvelo KwaZulu-Natal Wildlife 

EMF 

Environmental Management Framework 

EMP 

Environmental Management Plan 

EPWP PSC 

EPWP Provincial Steering Committee 

EPWP 

Expanded Public Works Programme 

FBS 

Free Basic Services 

FET 

Further Education and Training 

HH 

Households 

HIV 

Human Immune-deficiency Virus 

HR 

Human Resources 

IAS 

Invasive Alien Species 

ICMA 

Integrated Coastal Management Act 


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ICT 

IDP 

IDPRF 

IGR 

ISRDP 

IWMP 

KZN 

LED 

LGSETA 

LM 

LRAD 

LUF 

LUMS 

GDS 

MUMF 

MDG 

MIG 

MLL 

MM 

MPA 

MSIG 

NEMA 

OHS 

PGDS 

PMS 

PMTCT 

PSEDS 

RDP 

SANBI 

SANRAL 

SDBIP 

SDF 


Information Communications Technologies 
Integrated Development Plan 

Integrated Development Plan Representative Forum 
Inter-Governmental Relations 

Integrated Sustainable Rural Development Programme 
Integrated Waste Management Plan 
KwaZulu-Natal 

Local Economic Development 
Local Government SETA 

Local Municipality 

Land Redistribution Programme 

Land Use Framework 

Land Use Management System 

Growth and Development Strategy 

Land Use Management Framework 

Millennium Development Goals 

Municipal Improvement Grant 

minimum Living Level 

Municipal Manager 

Municipal Plan of Action 

Municipal Systems Improvement Grant 

National Environmental Management Act 

Occupational Health and Safety 

Provincial Growth and Development Strategy 

Performance Management System 

Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission 

Provincial Spatial Economic Development Strategy 

Reconstruction and Development Programme 

South African National Biodiversity Institute 

South African National Roads Agency Limited 

Service Delivery and Budget Implementation Plan 

Spatial Development Framework 


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SEA 

SIC 


Strategic Environmental Assessment 
Standard Industrial Codes 

SLA Sustainable Livelihood Approach 

STATSSA Statistics South Africa 

VCT Voluntary Counselling and Testing 

WESSA Wildlife and Environmental Society of South Africa 

II. GLOSSARY OF LEGISLATIVE ENACTMENTS 

The Constitution Republic of South Africa's Constitution, Act 108 of 1996 

The Systems Act Municipal Systems Act, No 32 of 2000 

The Structures Act Municipal Structures Act, No 117 of 1998 

MFMA Municipal Finance Management Act, No 56 of 2003 

SPLUMA Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act, No. 16 of 2013 

SPLUMA Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act, 16 of 2013: Regulations No38594 

PIEA Prevention of Illegal Eviction from and Unlawful occupation of Land Act no. 19 of 1998 

KZN SPLUMB KwaZulu-Natal Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Bill No. 16 of 2013 


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1. CHAPTER 1: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 


1.1 Location: Who are we? 

Umzumbe Municipality runs along the coast for a short strip between Mthwalume and Hibberdene and 
then balloons out into the hinterland for approximately 60 km. It covers a vastly, large rural area of some 
1260 square kilometers with approximately 1% being built up/ semi-urban area. The municipality 
incorporates 17 traditional authority areas comprised of 19 municipal wards, it is however envisaged that 
the municipality will lose one traditional authority area, but moreover an additional ward will be formed 
within Umzumbe's jurisdiction according to the Municipal Demarcations Board's current draft report. 
Umzumbe is a local municipality (KZN 213) that falls within Ugu District Municipality (DC 21) and is one of 
the six local municipalities within the District of Ugu. 

There are no established towns in the municipality, which is characterized by a vast backlog of basic 
services, high levels of poverty and minimal economic base. The primary node (Turton) has been 
provincially priorities as one among 13 towns requiring formalization in the province and processes are in 
preliminary phases. The most striking physical feature is the extent of undeveloped natural land which 
represents almost 60% of the total land area. 

Agriculture is the mainstay of the economy with the main activities being sugar cane and small scale 
farming, as well as small business community. 

The Municipality is the second largest municipality within the district. The census 2011 indicates that the 
total population within Umzumbe is estimated at 160 975 persons shared amongst 19 wards. The most 
populated ward is ward 18 with 13056 persons and the least populated ward is ward 6 with 5922 people. 

The average ward population is 8472 people. 


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1.2 Process Plan: How was the Plan Developed? 


The preparation of the Integrated Development Plan of the municipality was an integrated participatory 
process that began in July 2014 with the development of the process plan, the first IDP forum was held in 
September where the process plan was presented as well as the Draft TOR for the Wall to Wall Scheme. 
The draft process plan was developed and submitted to all structures of the Municipality, published in the 
local newspapers for comments following which the final plan was adopted by council. 

In November a total of four mayoral Imbizo's were held in and around the municipality taking a cluster 
approach in the participation of the community. 

The table below provides a schedule of key activities to be carried out in the IDP, PMS and budget process. 


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1.3 Process Plan 


ACTION 

RESPONSIBILITY 

ACTION DATE 

BUDGET 

1. Prepare joint process plans for IDP, PMS & 
budget 

Development Planning 
Manager / CFO 

July 2014 

In house 

2. Draft IDP review advertisement 

Development Planning 
Manager 

August 2014 

R10 

000.00 

3. Submit Process Plans to IDPRF, portfolio 
committees (Steering Committees) and EXCO 

Development Planning 
Manager / CFO 

August 2014 

In house 

4. Liaise with national and provincial governments 
for planning and budgeting process 

All 

August 2014 

In house 

5. Conduct IDP/Budget Roadshows 

Mayor, Section 54 and 
56 Managers, 

Development Planning 
Manager, Senior 

Manager: 
Communications, 
Mayoral and Youth 
Development 

August/September 

2014 

In house 

6. Assessment of objectives, strategies and 
projects against cross cutting issues 

Development Planning 
Manager / CFO / MM 

September 2014 

In house 

7. Assessment of alignment of IDP strategies & 
projects for medium term in relation to MDGs, 
NDP, PGDS, DGDS. 

Development Planning 
Manager 

September 2014 

In house 

8. Determine funding availability & requirements 
per sector plan and where relevant prepare 
business plan / Terms of Reference & rollout 
accordingly 

All relevant 

departments* 

September 2014 

In house 

9. Review and confirm objectives, strategies & 
projects at IDPRF workshop 

All 

October 2014 

In house 

10. Review 

Capital/institutional/Operational/Maintenance) 

projects 

All 

October 2014 

In house 

11. Estimate available sources & provide 

guidance for way forward for budgeting 

CFO 

October 2014 

In house 

12. Review 

Capital/institutional/Operational/Maintenance 
projects (Drafting the budget) 

All 

October 2014 

In house 

13. Submit revised projects to Treasury 

CFO /MM 

November 2014 

In house 

14. Submit first draft of IDP to IDPRF, IDPSC 

and Council for in principle approval 

Development Planning 
Manager 

November 
/December 2014 

In house 


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ACTION 

RESPONSIBILITY 

ACTION DATE 

BUDGET 

15. Submit Budget instructions to all relevant 

persons 

CFO 

December 2014 

In house 

16. Preparation of a summary of available 

funds from: Internal Funds, e.g. CDF and 
External Funding, e.g. MIG 

CFO 

December 2014 

In house 

17. Assess financial Feasibility of proposed 

new projects based on existing and potential 
funds. 

CFO 

February 2015 

In house 

18. Meeting with relevant officials - discussing 

budget process plan ( First Draft Budget 
meeting) 

CFO 

February 2015 

In house 

19. Meeting with relevant officials - 

submitting inputs ( Second Draft Budget 
meeting) 

CFO 

February 2015 

In house 

20. Meeting with relevant officials - with 

submitted inputs( Third Draft Budget meeting) 

CFO 

February 2015 

In house 

21. Consideration of Draft Budget by Finance 

and EXCO (First Meeting) 

CFO and Exco 

February 2015 

In house 

22. Consideration of Draft Budget by Finance 

and EXCO (Second Meeting) 

Municipal Manager, 

CFO and Exco 

February 2015 

In house 

23. Tabling of 2015/2016 draft budget to 

Council 

Municipal Manager, 

CFO and Exco 

March 2015 

In house 

24. Publicise tabled budget within 5 days after 

tabling the media 

Corporate Services 

March 2015 

In house 

25. Send copy of tabled budget to National 

Treasury and Provincial Treasury 

CFO 

March 2015 

In house 

26. Submit IDP review draft to province 

(COGTA) for assessment 

Development Planning 
Manager 

March 2015 

In house 

27. Provincial IDP forum assessment of IDP 

Development Planning 
Manager 

March 2015 

In house 

28. Budgetary process 

Finance, Planning, 

Mayoral Services 

March 2015 

In house 

29. Align and link all Key Issues in the IDP to 

KPA's 

Development Planning 
Manager / FIODs / MM 

March 2015 

In house 

30. Determine objectives for each KPA 

Development Planning 
Manager / FIODs / MM 

March 2015 

In house 

31. Set KPI's for each objective. KPI's to be 

based on the SMART principle, i.e. KPI's must be 
simple, measurable, applicable, relevant and 
timely 

Development Planning 
Manager / FIODs / MM 

March 2015 

In house 


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ACTION 

RESPONSIBILITY 

ACTION DATE 

BUDGET 

32. Mayoral Izimbizo 

Mayor, Section 54 and 
56 Managers, 

Development Planning 
Manager, Senior 

Manager: 
Communications, 
Mayoral and Youth 
Development 

March/April 2015 

In house 

33. Council to consider stakeholders input on 

the 2015/2016 draft IDP & budget. 

Mayor; Municipal 

Manager: CFO 

April 2015 Council 
Meeting 

In house 

34. Finalise budget, prepare and submit report 

for inclusion in Council agenda. 

CFO 

May 2015 

In house 

35. Submission of reviewed IDP 2015/2016 to 

EXCO. 

Development Planning 
Manager 

May 2015 

In house 

36. Finalisation by the Executive Committee of 

the 2015/2016 budget. 

CFO 

May 2015 

In house 

37. Submission of Budget for 2015/2016 to 

Council for approval 

CFO 

May 2015 

In house 

38. Submission of reviewed IDP for 2015/2016 

to Council for approval 

Development Planning 
Manager 

May 2015 

In house 

39. Include all general KPI's as required by 

legislation 

Development Planning 
Manager / FIODs / MM 

April 2015 

In house 

40. Set targets for each KPI 

Development Planning 
Manager 

April 2015 

In house 

41. Tabling of Organisational Performance 

Management System at Council 

Development Planning 
Manager 

April 2015 

In house 

42. Set action steps by Departments and 

submit to Extended Top Management & Top 
Management (revised project design & 
dependency table) 

Development Planning 
Manager 

May 2015 

In house 

43. Preparation of timetable for roll-out of 

revised IDP, Budget 2015/2016 and PMS to 
community 

Mayoral & 

Communications 

Services 

June 2015 

In house 

44. Prepare Budget in the required format and 

submission thereof to both Provincial and 
National Treasury. 

CFO 

June 2015 

In house 

45. Submit draft Service Delivery and Budget 

Implementation Plan (SDBIP) to the Mayor 
within 14 days after the approval of the budget. 

The Municipal Manager 
& HODs 

June 2015 

In house 

46. Set up expenditure, and asset 

management system, incorporating budget 

CFO 

June 2015 

In house 


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ACTION 

RESPONSIBILITY 

ACTION DATE 

BUDGET 

47. Approval of Organisational Performance 

Management System by Council 

Development Planning 
Manager 

June 2015 

In house 

48. Approval of Service Delivery and Budget 

Implementation Plan by Council. 

MM 

June 2015 

In house 

49. Compile, approve and sign performance 

contracts that are linked to the PMS of the 
Municipality for Municipal Manager, and all 
HODs. 

MM, Mayor, 

Development Planning 
Manager and Exco 

June 2015 

In house 

50. Submit signed performance contracts to 

COGTA PMS. 

Development Planning 
Manager 

June 2015 

In house 


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2 Chapter 2 Planning and Development Principles, Policies and Imperatives 
2.1 Planning and Development Principles 

SPATIAL PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT ACT (ACT NO. 16) OF 2013 

The Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act (Act No, 16) of 2013 has, in terms of Section 7, set 
out general principles for land development and decision making. Some of these principles are 
summarized at overleaf. 


SPLUMA Principles 

Umzumbe Application (SDF) 

a) The principle of spatial 
justice 

• SDF Strategy 1: Area Based Management System. The people of 
Umzumbe should enjoy equitable access to development, 
resources and opportunities 

b) Spatial Sustainability 

• SDF strategy 2: promote an effective management of the natural 

environment and harmony with development 

• SDF Strategy 6: Protection of agricultural land 

c) Efficiency 

• SDF Strategy 4: Compact development, clustering public facilities 

and economic activities in development nodes. 

• SDF Strategy 9: integrated sustainable spatial planning system 

d) Spatial resilience 

• SDF Strategy 1: Area Based Management System. 

• SDF Strategy 9: integrated sustainable spatial planning system. 
Includes the integration of traditional land allocation system into 
the mainstream planning system. 

e) Good administration 

• The Spatial Development Framework and Strategic 

Environmental Assessment will serve as the basis for the 

development of robust systems and procedures for spatial 

transformation and land use management. 

• The SPLUMA and PDA guidelines will be used as primary tools to 
administer the spatial planning and land use management within 
the municipality. 


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Policy 

Objectives 

Umzumbe Municipality 

Strategies 

Millennium 

Development 

Goals 

• Eradicate Extreme Poverty & Hunger 

• One Home-one-garden 

• Implementation of poverty 
alleviation strategy. 

• Achieve Universal Primary Education 

• Rolling out of dress a child 

programme. 

• Promote Gender Equality & Empower 

women 

• Implementation of Gender 
programme ( 

16 days of activism. Gender 
meetings, Boys to men. Sugar 
mama & Sugar daddy's 
campaigns, intergenerational 
dialogue) 

• Combat HIV/AIDS, Malaria and other 

diseases 

• Implementation of HIV/AIDS 
programmes a(LAC Meetings, 

Forum on Traditional Healers 
HIV/AIDS, World AIDS day) 

• Ensure Environmental Sustainability 

• Implementation of 

Integrated Waste 

Management Plan 

National 

Development 

Plan 

• Expand Infrastructure 

• Provision and maintenance 

of basic services 

• Facilitate the provision of 
rural housing, water and 
electricity 

Use Resources Properly (Transition to Low- 
carbon economy) 

• Implementation of 

Integrated Waste 

Management Plan. 

• Inclusive Planning 

• Promote densification as per 
the Spatial Development 
Framework 

• Actively promote spatial 
concentration and co- 
ordination of development 
interventions 


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Policy 

Objectives 

Umzumbe Municipality 

Strategies 


• Quality Education 

• Implement Youth 

Development Programme 
(Career Exhibitions, 
bursaries, learnerships, 
information distribution) 

• Quality Health Care 

• Facilitate health care 

programmes (drug 
awareness campaigns, HIV- 
AIDS campaigns) 

• Build a Capable State 

• Develop IGR Policy and 
participate in the IGR 

structures 


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• Fight Corruption 

• Implementation of Fraud and 
Corruption Strategy 

• Unite the Nation 

• Implementation of Special 
Programmes 

• Create Jobs 

• Create an environment that 
promotes development of the 
local economy and facilitate 
job creation 

• Facilitation and 
implementation of job 
creation programmes (EPWP 
and CWP) 

• Promote SMME and 
entrepreneurial development 

New Growth Path 

• Jobs Driver 1: Infrastructure 

• Provision and maintenance of 

basic services 

• Facilitate Implementation of 
Infrastructure programmes 

• Jobs Driver 2: Main economic sectors 

• Implementation of LED 

Strategy 

• Agricultural Support 
programmes 

• Jobs Driver 3: Seizing the potential of 

new economies 


• Jobs Driver 4: Investing in social capital 
and public services 

• Implementation of Work 

Skills Plan (WSP) 

• Jobs DriverS: Spatial development 

• Implementation of Spatial 
Development Framework 

State of the 

Nation Address 

2015 

• Agriculture 

• Job creation 

• Crime, Safety and security 

• Energy 

• Back to Basic Programme 

• Youth Development 

• SMME 

• National Infrastructure Development 

programme 

• Human Settlement 

• Tourism 

• Corruption 

• Development of 10 
Community Gardens 

• Support 2 OVOP Co- 
operatives 

• Nkehlamandla 
Electrification Project 

• Timeous sitting of council 
meetings 

• Youth Summit & Youth 

Day Commemoration 

• 20 new SMME Incubation 
Project 

• Mhlabatshane Dam 
(Phase 2) 


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• Cluster A 2000 units. 

Cluster B 2000 units. Cluster C 

1000 units. Cluster D Land Issue 

• Multi-activity trailer 

• Anti-Fraud and 

Corruption Strategy 

Medium Term 

Strategic 

Framework 

Outcome 1: Improved quality of basic 
education. 

Outcome 2: long and healthy life for all 

South Africans 

Outcome 3:AII people in South Africa are 
and feel safe 

Outcome 4: Decent employment through 
inclusive economic growth 

Outcome 5: A skilled and capable workforce 
to support an inclusive growth path 

Outcome 6: An efficient, competitive and 
responsive economic infrastructure network 
Outcome 7: Vibrant, equitable and 
sustainable rural communities with food 
security for all 

Outcome 8: Sustainable human settlements 

and improved quality of household life 

• Special programmes 

• Implementation of Spatial 
Development Framework 

• Implementation of strategies 
aligned to the 6 Key 
Performance Areas, i.e. 
Municipal Transformation and 
Institutional Development, 

Basic Service Delivery, Local 
Economic Development, 
Financial Management and 
Viability, Good Governance 
and Public Participation 


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Outcome 9: A responsive, accountable, 
effective and efficient local government 
system 

Outcome 10: Environmental assets and 
natural resources that are well protected 
and continually enhanced. 

Outcome 11: Create a better South Africa 

and contribute to a better and safer Africa 

and World 

Outcome 12: An efficient, effective and 
development oriented public service and an 
empowered, fair and inclusive citizenship 

Outcome 13: Social Protection 

Outcome 14: Transforming Society and 

Uniting the Country 


State of the 

Province Address 

2015 

• Infrastructure Investment 

• Energy 

• Human Settlement 

• Scarce skills 

• Agriculture 

• Private Sector investment projects 

• Tourism 

• Unlocking SMME and co-operatives 

• Mhlabatshane Dam 
(Phase 2) 

• Community Library 

• Nkhehlamandla 
Electrification Project 

• Cluster A 2000 units. 

Cluster B 2000 units. Cluster C 
1000 units. Cluster D Land 

Issue 

• Mayoral registration fees 
, Matric Awards 

• 10 Community Gardens 

• Turton Beach 

Development 

• Mathulini mall 
development 

• Creative industry (Arts 
Development) 

• Isivivane Sika Shaka, 

Ntelezi Msani 

• 20 new SMME incubator 
projects 

• Support 2 OVOP co- 
operatives 


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Provincial 
Growth & 
Development 
Strategy/Plan 


• Job Creation 

• Human Resource Development 

• Human & Community Development 

• Strategic Infrastructure 

• Environmental Sustainability 

• Governance & Policy 

• Spatial Equity 


Assist in the commercialization 
of subsistence farming 
Providing support to local 
farmers 

Implementation of LED 
Strategy 

Implementation of EPWP and 
CDW 

SMMEs support and training 
Implementation of 
Preferential Procurement 
Policy and Supply Chain 
Management Policy 
Subject selecting seminars 
Facilitation of learnerships, 
youths workshops and training 
Implementation of Youth 
development programmes 


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• Implementation of Operation 
Sukuma Sakhe 

• Implementation of Poverty 
Alleviation 

Strategy and Indigent register 

• Implementation of HIV/AIDS 
programmes 

• Drug and substance abuse 
awareness campaign 

• Providing support to SMMEs 
and Cooperatives 

• Incubator programmes 

• Providing support to 
community gardens and One- 
Home One Garden programme 

• Review and Implementation of 
Housing sector plan 

• Implementation of special 
programmes 

(senior citizens, gender and 
children) 

• Implementation of "Rights of a 
Child" 

Programmes 

• Implementation of Energy 
Master Plan (80 households to 
be electrified in ward 9). 

• Implementation of SDF and 
SEA 

• Development and 
implementation of 
environmental management 
plan 

• Review disaster management 
plan 

• Establishment of fire fighting 
and rescue satellite centres 

• Conduct environmental risk 
study 

• Review and implementation of 
Human 

Resource Policy 


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• Implementation of Workplace 
Skills Plan (Councilors and 
Employees training) 

• Re-clustering of wards 

• Implement action plan as per 
AG findings 

• Implementation of Fraud and 
Corruption Strategy 

• Support Ward Committee 
Structures 

• Development of municipal 
nodes as per the SDF 

• Review community based 
plans 

• Development of Wall-to-wall 
scheme 

• Review and implementation of 
Spatial Development 
Framework 


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District Growth 
& Development 
Plan 


Sectorial Development & Support 
Education & Skills Development 
Safety & Empowerment of Communities 
Strategic Infrastructure Investment 
Institutional Development 
Environmental Sustainability 


ensure proper operations and 
maintenance (potable water, 
water supply & sanitation) 

To ensure Efficient and 
credible strategic and spatial 
municipal planning 
Youth Development Programs 
Tourism Development 
Implementation of LED 
Strategy 

SMMEs support and training 
Drug and substance abuse 
awareness campaign 


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3 Chapter 3 Demographics 
3.1 Population 

The latest 2011 census indicates that Umzumbe municipalities total population is 160 975 people, where 
males account for 46% of the population and the female is 54%. The most populated ward in the 
municipality is ward 18 with 13056 people. 

During the 2007 community survey which is the most recent survey conducted prior the 2011 national 
census, the municipality accounted for a total number of 176,546 people. This figure has since dropped 
due to the fact that people have migrated to places such as Durban, Johannesburg and other economic 
hubs of the country. The migration is largely caused by the constant search of employment opportunities, 
access to higher education and various other pull factor drawing people into larger cities. 

Ward 18 has high population number of 13056 compared to other wards, and this could be attributed to 
many factors including topography that allows for density, high level of service delivery and easy access 
through R102 which serves as a major arterial for the municipality, Ward 6 is the lowest in terms of 
population size of 5923. The topography and low access to basic services are some of the contributing 
factors to this population figure. 

From graph 1 below it can be seen that females account for more population than males across all the 
wards in the municipality. One major factor contributing to this phenomenon could be that traditionally 
men tend to travel to major urban centres in search for economic opportunities to sustain their families. 


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1. Graph 1. Gender population 


Umzumbe Gender Population 


7000 

6000 

5000 

4000 

3000 

2000 

1000 

0 


/ 



Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward Ward 
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 


Male 
■ Female 


Source: stats SA census 2011 


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Within the locality of Umzumbe it is clear to see that the area is not that diverse in terms of different race 
groups living together. Umzumbe is completely rural in nature and due to past segregation laws passed 
under the apartheid era the legacy is still visible today. Most of the populations 


3.2 Population Composition 
Age profile 

The above table indicates the municipalities age profile, it is evident to see that the Umzumbe is a growing 
population meaning that most of the people in the municipality are youth aged 0-14.followed by the age 
group of 22 -25 year old. The graph below clearly indicates the population composition. 


Graph age profile 


Umzumbe Age profile 



“KZN213: Umzumbe 


Source: Stats SA Census 2011 


3.3 Employment Status 

The rural nature of the municipality means that there are very few employment opportunities available 
within the local area, farming throughout the rural areas of south Africa is still the highest employer this 
is no different in Umzumbe, according to the census conducted in 2011 a large portion of the population 
is not economically active. Such a statement can be attributed to the fact that the municipality's 
population composition is a youthful population who are not yet employable. 


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The reality is that a lot of people seek work opportunities in bigger towns such metropolitan areas as 
Durban and Johannesburg which are economically active and create more employment opportunities 
than the local areas. The graph below shows employment status of the population of Umzumbe. 


1. Graph employment status 


Umzumbe Employment status 



Source: Stats SA Census 2011 


3.4 Education level 

The diagram below indicates the highest education levels within Umzumbe. Most of the people living 
within the area have a high school education. This is due to the fact that there are no tertiary facilities for 
further learning. Poverty is also a big contributor to people not being able to move to bigger cities to 
access tertiary facilities. 


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Graph Level of education 



Source: Stats SA Census 2011 


3.5 Poverty Status 

Umzumbe is the worst municipality within Ugu district that is affected by extreme poverty. Economic 
trends show that the municipality achieved the biggest decline in poverty levels over the 6 years period. 
However an infrastructural project initiative that had the greatest impact under the Integrated Sustainable 
Rural Development Programme (ISRD) is the construction of P68 road between oShabeni and Highflats. 
This road network is seen to have increased economic activity and job opportunities in the municipality. 

3.6 Health status 

According to the Health District, Umzumbe Municipality is experiencing a prevalence and impact of 
HIV/AIDS. It is estimated that in 2004, 25, 788 people in Umzumbe were affected by HIV/AIDS. The annual 
growth rate of HIV and infections in Umzumbe is 13.7% per year. 

The KZN Department of Health, indicates that between 1994 and 2004, there has been a sharp increase 
from 11.7% to 53.3% of deaths which were AIDS related. This number has substantially increased over the 
last nine years; there has been a 32.3% annual growth rate in AIDS related deaths. 

The increase of the HIV/AIDS pandemic has had an impact on the demographic profile of the municipality. 
The municipal population has decreased between 2001 and 2007 by more than 20 000 residents. This can 
be attributed to two main factors, that is, HIV/Aids and outward migration due to lack of socio-economic 
opportunities. 

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The municipality's strategic intervention focuses on AIDS awareness and support programme within the 
communities of Umzumbe. As a result the municipality currently plays a co-ordination role of the 
registered Non-governmental Organizations, Department of Health with regards to HIV/AIDS programme. 
This is done through distribution of health kits. Another initiative by the Municipality is a project which 
deals orphans living with HIV/AIDS, the Assisi Children Shelter. 

The graph below shows statistical information recorded during an HIV/ Counselling Testing (HIV) in 
Umzumbe locality from the month of April20- March 2011. 

Different types of diseases that have been recorded by the Department of Health in Umzumbe locality 
for the year 2011 are reflected in the graph below. 


Umzumbe Disease Profile Q3 2011 



Disease Profile 


Source: Department of Health Statistics (2010/2011) 


A number of health facilities designated for Ugu Health District service Umzumbe municipality. However 
these are not sufficient for the people as they have to travel long distances to access health care. 

The Department of Health is involved in the flagship programme in wards 6, 8 and 12. Questionnaires are 
used for purposes of profiling households. Information gathered is meant to look at issues such the pap 


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smears, immunization, eye care, rehabilitation services of the people. This kind of information informs 
what kind of intervention is required from the Department of Health. 

There are also clinic committees that are responsible collecting community needs and at times Izimbizos 
and open days' sessions are held to get views of the communities on healthcare services/ campaigns. 

From time to time community health workers dispatch immunization drops to the communities. The 
Dustin Farrel Hospital is the only available TB Hospital in Umzumbe. It has dilapidated buildings and old 
septic tanks are used for disposal of sewerage waste. Amongst other concerns are high rate of TB/HIV co 
infection rates in the hospital as well as emergence of TB strains resistance. 


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4 Chapter 4 Situational Analysis 

4.1 KPA 1: MUNICIPAL TRANSFROMATION AND INSTITTUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT 

4.1.1 HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT 

MUNICIPAL INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY 

In principle the municipality should fill all the critical posts however the post for Social and Community 
Services is vacant. Majority of the posts in the municipal manager's office have been filed. The 
municipality is at a better position to implement KwaZulu Natal Planning and Development Act, and 
Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act following the recruitment of the staff in the Development 
Planning Section. The Development Planning sections faces a challenge of not being able to retail 
Professional Planners for a longer period and this will have a negative impact in implementing the newly 
promulgated Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act. There is also a shortage of staff to facilitate 
public participation championed by the office of the speaker and this is also due to budget constraints. 

The organogram still needs to be reviewed to reflect a vacant post of Director for Social and Community 
Services Department, shifting of Building Inspector to Development Planning Unit. 

The table below indicates proposed post from the 2015/16 Municipal; Strategic Planning Session: 


Department 

Proposed post 

Financial Year 

Office of the Municipal Manager 

• Tourism Officer 

• Building Inspector 

2015/16 

Finance Department 

• 2 Procurement officers 

2015/16 

Technical Services Department 

• Foreman 

2015/16 

Corporate Services 

• Committee Officer 

• Registry clerk 

2015/16 

Social and Community Services 

• Disaster Management Practitioner 

2015/16 


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UNEMPLOYED GRADUATE PROGRAMME 


In aligning with government priorities for skills development, the municipality has recruited 10 
unemployed graduate, 1 in-service trainee and 2 finance interns. The programme runs for a duration of 
12 and 24 months within which the trainees acquire experimental training in their respective careers 
fields. 

TRAINIEE FIGHTERS 

Further to the abovementioned skills development programme, the municipality has recruited 4 
firefighting trainees. The trainees will assist the fighting unit which is currently under staffed and 
experience's issues in responding to emergencies. 

ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE: ORGANOGRAM 

The Municipality has developed and reviewed numerous policies which are aimed at ensuring the 
municipality operates within its mandate of developmental local government. Critical to ensure smooth 
operation of the municipality was the adoption of Human Resource Policy which deals with issues among 
others staff recruitment, conduct, and training. The staff training further finds expression in the Skills 
Development Policy which seeks to capacitate employees to help them discharge their duties with 
excellence. The municipality has in the past financial year prioritized the following areas as outlined in the 
Human Resource Policy: recruitment and selection, staff and councilors training, review of job description, 
development of Work Place Skills Plan, computer equipment and IT systems. Listed hereunder is the 
policies which were adopted to complement the Human Resource Policy. 

4.1.2 POWERS AND FUNCTIONS 

The Municipal Structures Act of 1998 makes provision for the division of powers and functions between 
the district and local municipalities. It assigns the day to day service delivery functions to the local 
municipalities. The Provincial MECs are empowered to adjust these powers and functions according to 
the capacity of the municipalities to deliver services. With regard to the above statement for instance, the 
function of Water and Sanitation as well as the maintenance of water infrastructure is the function of the 
district municipality. Whilst the Local Municipality is responsible for day to day Planning, it is also in liaison 


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with the District for advice and support. Amongst other things the powers and functions of the 
municipalities are as follows: 


Local Functions 

District Functions 

Shared services 

• Building Regulations 

• 

Control of Undertakings 

• Municipal Health 

• 

Firefighting Services 

Child Care Facilities 


that Sell Liquor to the 

Services 

• 

Municipal Airports 

Pontoons, Ferries, Jetties, Piers 


Public 

• Potable Water 

• 

Municipal Public 

and Harbours 

• 

Facilities for the 

• Sanitation 


Transport 

Storm Water Management 


Accommodation, Care 

• Air Quality 

• 

Cemeteries, Funeral 

Systems in Built up areas 


and Burial of Animals 

Management 


Parlours and 

Trading Regulations 

• 

Fences and Fencing 



Crematoria 

• Billboards and the Display of 

• 

Licensing of Dogs 


• 

Markets 

Advertisements in Public 


Licensing and Control of 


• 

Municipal Abattoirs 

Places 


Undertakings that sell 


• 

Dumps and Solid 

• Cleansing 


food to the public 



Waste 

• Control of Public Nuisances 

• 

Local Amenities 




• Fire Fighting 

• 

Local Sport Facilities 




• Street Lighting 

• 

Municipal Parks and 




• Traffic and Parking 


Recreation 




• Local Tourism 

• 

Noise Pollution 




• Development Planning 

• 

Pounds 




• Public Places 

• 

Municipal Roads 





• 

Refuse Removal 





• 

Street Trading 





Even though the Municipality is conferred with the above powers and functions, Umzumbe is unable to 
perform some of the functions due to human resource and finance capacity constraints. At the present 


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moment the municipality is performing functions such as development planning, local tourism, refuse 
removal, local amenities and sport facilities, municipal roads, and storm water management. 


Table indicating Current Policies adopted 


No 

Sector Plan 

Completed 

Date of Adoption 

1 

GIS Policy 


30 June 2014 

2 

Investment Policy 


30 June 2014 

3 

Farewell Policy 

S 

30 June 2014 

4 

Skills Retention Plan 

sf 

30 June 2014 

5 

Poverty Alleviation 

Strategy 

sf 

30 June 2014 

6 

IT Framework 


30 June 2014 

7 

IT Disaster Recovery Plan 

S 

30 June 2014 

8 

Human Resource 

Development Strategy 

S 

30 June 2014 

9 

Political Office Bearer's 

Vehicle Policy 

S 

30 June 2014 

10 

Extended Public Works 

Programme Policy 

S 

30 June 2014 

11 

Enterprise Risk 

Management Plan 


30 June 2014 


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No 

Sector Plan 

Completed 

Date of Adoption 

12 

Community Participation 

Strategy 


30 June 2014 

13 

Public Participation Plan 


30 June 2014 


Table indicating 2014/15 financial year adopted policies 


No 

Name of Policy 

Completed 

Date of Adoption 

1 

GIS Policy 

Under review 

2015 

2 

ICT governance framework and strategy 

Under review 

2015 

3 

Occupational Health and Safety 

Under review 

2015 

4 

Uniforms and Protective Clothing 

Under review 

2015 

5 

Educational Financial Assistance Policy 

Under review 

2015 

6 

Recruitment and Selection Policy 

Under review 

2015 

7 

ICT Maintenance Procedure, Capacity and 

Replacement Policy 

Under review 

2015 

8 

Confidential reporting of allegations of 

financial misconduct Policy 

Under review 

2015 

9 

Employment Equity Plan 

Under review 

2015 

10 

Town Planning Tariff Policy 

Under review 

2015 

11 

Draft Policy on Ward Committee out of pocket 

Under review 

2015 

12 

Employment Equity Policy 

Under review 

2015 

13 

Leave Policy 

Under review 

2015 


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No 

Name of Policy 

Completed 

Date of Adoption 

14 

Lease Policy 

Under review 

2015 

15 

Fleet Management Policy 

Under review 

2015 

16 

Catering Policy 

Under review 

2015 

17 

Health and Safety Policy 

Under review 

2015 

18 

Induction Policy 

Under review 

2015 

19 

ICT Asset Management Policy 

Under review 

2015 


Table indicating 2015/16 financial year planned projects 



Name of Policy 

Completed 

Date of Adoption 

1 

Workplace Skills Plan 



2 

Educational Financial Assistance Policy 



3 

Recruitment and Selection Policy 



4 

ITC Strategy 



5 

Confidential Reporting of Allegations of 
Financial Misconduct Policy 



6 

Review of ITC Policy 



7 

Records Management Policy 



8 

Registry Procedure Manual 




Marketing 

The Municipality has various programmes, in place to promote and sell the municipal image. These 
programmes include Radio Slots by the Mayor in local and national radio shows, Inkanyezi yoMumbe 
newsletter, continuous updates of the Municipal intranet and website. Umzumbe Municipality has 
embarked on the process of drafting its Marketing strategy, as means of improving and expanding its 
contact with the community and relevant stakeholders. 


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Vacancy Rate 


The lack of procedures and controls in place for staff retention has resulted in the re-filling of post as a 
result of staff resignation. The Human Resource section is however committed to the filling of vacant post 
and the addition of post omitted in the organogram i.e. Legal Services Section. The municipality is 
currently in the process of developing a Succession Plan in order to address the current issues experienced 
in vacant posts. The table below indicates the vacancy rate within the municipality: 


Vacancy Rate: Year 0 

Designations 

*Total Approved 
Posts 

No. 

*Vacancies 
(Total time that 
vacancies exist 
using fulltime 

equivalents) 

No. 

*Vacancies 
(as a proportion 
of total posts in 
each category) 

% 

Municipal Manager 

1 

0 

0,00 

CFO 

1 

0 

0,00 

Other S57 Managers (excluding Finance Posts) 

3 

0 

0,00 

Other S56 Managers (Finance posts) 

0 

0 

0,00 

Police officers 

0 

0 

0,00 

Fire fighters 

2 

1 

50% 

Senior management: Levels 2-3 (excluding 
Finance Posts) 

16 

1 

0.06% 

Senior management: Levels 2-3 (Finance posts) 

3 

1 

0,33% 

Total 

26 

3 

0,00 


Skilled Staff 

The municipality in committed in employing skilled staff in occupying relevant post advertised. The 
Attraction and Retention policy seeks to strengthen the current staff and attracting competent individuals 
to complement the municipal mandate. 

Information Technology 

The Information Technology Policy was adopted on the 23 March 2013 in order to accommodate 
additional staff members linked to the system, introduce risk management procedures and up to date 
software. A back-up server was procured for emergency and safe storage of municipal information. The 


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IT department recently installed Wi-Fi connection within the municipal premises to improve internet 
connectivity. The policy will be review in the 2015/16 financial year. 

Performance Management Systems 

Section 38 of the MSA requires a municipality to (a) establish a performance management system that is 

i) commensurate with its resources; 

ii) best suited to its circumstances; and 

iii) in line with the priorities, objectives, indicators and targets contained in its integrated 
development plan; 

promote a culture of performance management among its political structures, political office bearers 
and councilors and in its 

b) promote a culture of performance management among its political structures, political office 
bearers and councilors and in its 

c) administer its affairs in an economical, effective, efficient and accountable manner. 

In adhering to the abovementioned the municipality has structures in place for effective implementation 
of the act. These structure are the TOP MANCO, Executive Council, Municipal Public Accounts 
Committee, Audit Committee and Performance Assessment Committee. 

The structures are responsible for the implementation of the targets together with monitoring and 
evaluation of the municipality performance. With assessment conducted monthly between the 
Municipal Manager and the Directors, Quarterly with the Executive Council, Audit Committee and 
Council. The Municipal Public Accounts Committee sits as per municipal roster. 

The municipality submits the Mid-year Performance Report and Annual Report to the KZN DCOGTA, 
Auditor-General, and Department of Treasury. The Provincial Legislature further requires the submission 
of the Annual Report. KZN COGTA is currently assisting the municipality with implementing the Web- 
based Performance management system. 


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Skills Development Plan 


The review of the Human Resource policy emphasized the development of the Work Place Skills Plan. 
Through the development of the Work Place Skills plan was the appointment of personnel to ensure 
implementation of the policy. The Skills Development Facilitator is responsible for procuring trainings and 
short/long courses for councilors and officials. The 2013/14 financial year saw the training of 16 councilors 
and 20 municipal employees trained, with 25 municipal employees and 20 councilors trained during the 
2014/15 financial year. In the 2015/16 financial year municipality seeks to train 70 employees and 24 
councilors. 

INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS 

The Institutional arrangement of the Municipality is divided into two categories namely: 

Council: the structure in which the executive and legislative authorities of a municipality are vested. The 
roles of Council amongst others are the approval of policies, budgets, by-laws etc. 

Administration: is headed by the Municipal Manager. The municipality has five administrative 
departments, being Finance, Office of the Municipal Manager, Technical Services, Corporate Services, and 
Social and Local Economic Development. The Municipal Manager is responsible for the efficient and 
effective operations of all departments. Below is a table showing municipal departments, responsibilities 
and responsible officials. 


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Department 

Responsibilities 

Designated Official 

Office of the 

Municipal 

Manager 

The office of the Municipal Manager is responsible for the following services: Development 

Planning, Local Economic Development, Communications, Mayoralty, Youth Development and 

Special Programmes. 

Development Planning - this section is responsible for Strategic Planning, Performance 

Management System, Spatial Planning and Land Use Management. 

Local Economic Development - the section is responsible for SMME development, tourism 

development, agriculture development, training of cooperatives together with arts and cultural 

functions It facilitates and co-ordinates activities and programmes that would yield shared 

economic growth and marketing of the municipality. 

Communications, Mayoralty, Youth Development and Special Programmes - main functions of 

the department are to plan, develop and implement strategies and projects in order to achieve a 

coordinated internal and external communication process, support the administrative functioning 

of the Mayor's Office and advance the interest of special groups and young people within 

Umzumbe. 

Municipal Manager 


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Corporate 

Services 

Department 

Corporate Services Department is composed of two sections. These are Human Resources, I.T 

Section and Administrative Support Sections with different legislative mandate. The department 

is mainly operational in nature. It provides strategic direction and support to the services' 

departments, that by ensuring that human/ physical resources are in place to enable the 

municipality to meet its service delivery objectives. 

Director: Corporate Services 

Financial 

Services 

Department 

The Department is responsible for managing the financial administration of the municipality. It 

comprises of sub departments i.e. Expenditure and Assets, Budget, Treasury and Revenue and 

Supply Chain Management. 

Chief Financial Officer 

Technical 

Services 

Department 

This is the department that has been entrusted with delivery of basic services through operations 

and maintenance of existing infrastructural services as well as delivering new services so as to 

reduce backlog in the municipality. It consists of two units namely, Housing Unit and. Project 

Management Unit 

Director: Technical Services 

Social and 

Community 

Service 

The Department comprises of two units namely, Community Services and Disaster Management. 

The Community Services section works closely with the community in eradicating poverty, 

development of NGO, CBO and providing social cohesion. Disaster Management responds to issues 

of natural disasters, safety hazards and community support in unplanned circumstances. 

Director: Social and Community 

Services 


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Organogram 



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4.1.3 MUNICIPAL TRANSFORMATION & INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT: SWOT ANALYSIS 


Strengths 

Weaknesses 

• Political and administrative leadership 

• Network is an issue due to non-availability of ADSL (IT) 

• Timeous sitting of meetings (council, portfolio meetings 

• High costs of maintenance of fleet due to nature of municipality 

etc.) 

most roads are gravel 

• Constant review of municipal policies 

• Sound fleet management 

• Recently installed Wi-Fi network 

• Backup server 

• Functioning Intranet 

• Limited Budget and human resources 

• Inability to retain staff 

• Limited capacity to implement SPLUMA 

• Inadequate monitoring on the implementation of policies 

• Review and updating of policy 

• Proper storage facility for municipal information 

Opportunities 

Threats 

• Growing IT department 

• E-filling of municipal documents 

• Limited office space 

• Outdated filling system and limited storage capacity 

• Location of server near toilets 


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4.1.4 Challenges 


The Challenges in this KPA, in the process of restructuring to ensure the carrying out of developmental 
responsibility: 

• Lack of funds to fill vacant posts on the organogram 

• Backlog in developing, reviewing and implementation of policies 

• Limited office space and filing system 

• Lack of proper reporting with regards to Performance Management System 

• Improper use of Municipal fleet 

• Outdated organogram 

• Unorthodox internal department mandates 

4.1.5 What are we going to do to unlock and address our key challenges? 

• The Improvement of Performance Management System 

• Need for an Advanced administration and provision of a Municipal Vehicle service 

• Budget for vacant posts 

• Need for the reviewing of the organogram 

• Need for restructuring of the departments 

• Develop policies that are not in place and review the existing polices. 

• Implement and monitor municipal policies (Human Resource Strategy, Workplace Skills Plan). 

• Improve the Information and telecommunication systems. 

• Implement COGTA's Web-Based Performance Management System programme. 

4.1.6 What could you expect from us, in terms of outputs, outcomes and deliverables, over the next 
five years? 

• Improved organizational stability and sustainability. 

Resources available to deliver developmental programmes rest with the organizational structuring of 
staffing and financial resources. As such this section is concerned with the overall institutional 
environment in the municipality. Programmes and projects in this plan have been formulated in order to 
improve efficient and effective operations. . 


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4.2 KPA 2 : BASIC SERVICE DELIVERY 
4.2.1 Situational Analysis: Basic Service Delivery 


WATER AND SANITATION 

The UGU District Municipality is the Water Services Authority and the Water Service Provider for the 
District. They are responsible for the provision of water and sanitation services within the district. 

WATER SUPPLY ZONES 

Umzumbe falls within the Mtwalume, Ndelu and Mhlabatshane Supply Zone water supply zones. The 
Ndelu supply zone is supplied by the Ndelu waterworks from the Umzumbe River and will also be 
extended in future to include the areas of Ndelu, Qwabe N, Kwa Hlongwa and parts of Mabheleni and 
Mathulini of the Umzumbe tribal authority area. 

The Mtwalume supply zone is supplied by the Mtwalume waterworks and includes the rural areas of 
Mathulini and Qolo, as well as the urban coastal areas of Mtwalume, Ifafa Beach and Bazely Beach. 
The Mhlabatshane supply zone is situated in the Umzumbe Municipality and currently comprises of a 
number of stand-alone rural schemes (Phungashe, Ndwebu and Assisi schemes), which will in future 
be incorporated into a single regional water supply scheme. The supply zone covers the area between 
the Umzimkulu and Umzumbe rivers, from Phungashe in the north-west to Frankland in the south- 
east. 

WATER RESOURCES 

Umzumbe municipality are located in the South Coast catchment, which includes the Umzumbe, 
Mtwalume and Mpambanyoni Rivers. Currently, this catchment is experiencing a small deficit, mostly 
during holiday peak season. The provision of off-channel storage can solve this problem. Groundwater 
is an available, but still undeveloped resource, which can be very valuable to rural communities. 
However, the sustainable use of this resource is very important and the use thereof should be 
monitored continuously. 

As can be seen from the table below, about 39% of the households within Umzumbe Local 
Municipality receive water from the regional scheme supplied by UGU District Municipality. A very 
disturbing factor is that approximately 35% of the total households still extract water from the river 
stream which makes them susceptible to water-borne diseases. This is attributed to the limited 
capacity of bulk water infrastructure, however it is hoped that the construction of Mhlabatshane Dam 

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and the proposed pipe-lines to extract water from UMzimkhulu River by Umngeni Water, in Ward 4, 
will actually help address this backlog. 



Existing and Proposed Water Projects Sources: Umngeni Water 


Water Sources 

Household % 

Regional/local water scheme (operated by municipality or other water 
services provider) 

39 

Borehole 

6 

Spring 

4 

Rain water tank 

3 

Dam/pool/stagnant water 

4 

River/stream 

35 

Water vendor 

2 

Water tanker 

6 

Other 

1 

Not applicable 

- 


Stats SA, Census 2011 


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Water Sources 


Not applicable 
Other 
Water tanker 
Water vendor 
Rive r/st ream 
Dam/pool/stagnant water 
Rain water tank 
Spring 
Borehole 

Regional/local water scheme (operated by... 



45 


Stats SA: Census 2011 


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ACCESS TO WATER 


The basic water service in Umzumbe is community standpipes within 200m -800m radius of all 
households. The access to piped water inside dwelling 5.1% as per census 2011 which is up from 1% 
in 2001, an increase by more than 4% in 10 years (Stats SA Census, 2011). 


Access Piped water (Stand Pipe) 

Household % 

Inside Dwelling 

5 

Inside Yard 

8 

200m from Dwelling 

23 

200m and 500m from Dwelling 

7 

500m and 1000m from Dwelling 

6 

>1000m(lkm) from Dwelling 

4 

No access to piped (tap) water 

46 

Unspecified 

- 

Not applicable 

- 


Stats SA Census, 2011 


■ Not applicable 

■ Unspecified 

■ No access to piped (tap) water 

■ >1000m(lkm) from Dwelling 

■ 500m and 1000m from Dwelling 

■ 200m and 500m from Dwelling 

■ 200m from Dwelling 

■ Inside Yard 

■ Inside Dwelling 

■ Access Piped water (Stand Pipe) 

0 10 20 30 40 50 


Access to Piped Water 


o 

o 



Stats SA Census, 2011 

In as much as certain households do have access to piped water, this is still outside the acceptable 
standard of 100m radius from the stand pipe as per the RDP norms and standards. 


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Umzumbe Access to Piped Water Number 
of HH 



■ Piped Water Below RDP Level (>200-1000m) 

■ No access to piped (tap) water 

■ Access To Piped Water (<200m) 

Stats SA Census, 2011 

ACCESS TO SANITATION 

According to Statistics South Africa Census 2011, only 2% of households within Umzumbe Local 
Municipality have flush toilets connected to sewerage which is down by 1.1% from 3.1% as per 2001 
statistics. It remains a challenge to explain this regress however the possibility of deteriorating or aging 
infrastructure and affordability cannot be ruled out. Of major concern is 69% of households that have 
sanitation which is below RDP standard which should be pit toilet with ventilation. An authentic 
collaboration between the Water Service Authority (UGU District Municipality) and Umzumbe Local 
Municipality is eminent so as to ensure that the people of Umzumbe realise their constitutional right 
to have access to the frontiers of human fulfilment (basic services). 


Access to Sanitation 

Household % 

None 

5 

Flush toilet (connected to sewerage system) 

2 

Flush toilet (with septic tank) 

2 

Chemical toilet 

8 

Pit toilet with ventilation (VIP) 

14 

Pit toilet without ventilation 

61 

Bucket toilet 

1 

Other 

7 

Unspecified 

- 


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Not applicable 


Stats SA Census, 2011 



Stats SA Census, 2011 


Access to Sanitation 

■ Not applicable 

■ Unspecified 

■ Other 

61 

■ Bucket toilet 

■ Pit toilet without ventilation 

■ Pit toilet with ventilation (VIP) 

■ Chemical toilet 

0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 

Stats SA Census, 2011 

The greatest challenge facing the rural sanitation programme is identified as how to deal with the 
emptying of full pits in a hygienic and cost effective manner. This is a national challenge that requires 
careful consideration and management. 



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SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT 


Solid waste management involves the collection, transportation and safe disposal of refuse from 
residential areas to landfill. However, solid waste services in Umzumbe are virtually non-existent. It is 
estimated that 84% of households use their own refuse dump, 13% has no rubbish disposal, 1% is 
removed at least once a week or less often by a the local authority or private company. Umzumbe 
municipality further provides communal refuse dump to the community which is approximately 0.5%. 


Refuse Removal/Solid Waste Collection 

Household % 

Removed by local authority/private company at least once a week 

1 

Removed by local authority/private company less often 

1 

Communal refuse dump 

1 

Own refuse dump 

84 

No rubbish disposal 

13 

Other 

1 

Unspecified 

- 

Not applicable 

- 


Stats SA Census, 2011 


Refuse Removal 

■ Not applicable 

■ Unspecified 

■ Other 
84 

■ No rubbish disposal 

■ Own refuse dump 

■ Communal refuse dump 

0 20 40 60 80 100 


0 

0 



Stats SA Census, 2011 


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■ No rubbish disposal 

■ Removed by local authority/private company at least once a week 

■ Removed by local authority/private company less often 

■ Communal refuse dump 

■ Own refuse dump 


Stats SA Census, 2011 


This has environmental, health and safety implications for of the community of Umzumbe. In addition, 
there is no official landfill site in the municipal area and UGU District only has three landfills. These 
are the Oatlands, Humberdale and Harding landfill sites. Factors that affect waste collection services 
are as follows: 


• Distance: If the distance between the point of generation of waste and the disposal site is 
more than 30 km, transportation of waste becomes more difficult for municipal mobile 
compactors or no-compaction 3-ton trucks. 

• Accessibility: The accessibility of settlements via the existing road network must also be 
considered. The rural nature of settlements, topography and road infrastructure in 
Umzumbe is a case in point, which complicates waste collection and services. As such, a 
formal municipal refuse removal service to every single household in Umzumbe is not 
practical. Alternative waste management practices that could be implemented in Umzumbe 
include community contractors collecting waste door to door and transporting it directly to a 
landfill, or on-site supervised disposal by a waste management officer from the municipality. 
In the context of Umzumbe, the latter would be more appropriate for rural settlements. 


The municipality has embarked on an initiative to recycle solid waste through putting dustbins with 
categories of waste. Due to the rural nature of the municipality, skip bins have been placed in about 
five areas within all five clusters and collect waste on a weekly basis. 


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4.2.2 Transportation Infrastructure 
ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE 

The road infrastructure within Umzumbe Local Municipality is categorised in terms national roads 
(N2), provincial and local authority roads. The Provincial Department of Roads and Transport is 
responsible for 576.315 km of road network within Umzumbe Local Municipality and about 
164.783km of these roads are surfaced while 419.246km are unsurfaced (Umzumbe LM Infrastructure 
Master Plan, 2009). The Umzumbe Local Municipality is responsible for local roads which are divided 
into three different categories in accordance with the Department of Transport. 

• Local roads (e.g.: L1023) are those roads that have been confirmed by DOT as being the full 
responsibility of the local authority. The road number is issued by DOT and that officially 
confirms that the road falls within a recognized road network. 

• On-line roads (e.g.: Ronl2883) are also the responsibility of the local municipality. However, 
our communication with DOT revealed that these roads are pending official recognition and 
numbering by DOT. 

• Off-line roads (e.g.: W01_01) are those roads which have not reached the status of on-line 
and are completely unknown by DOT. 


Umzumbe Local Municipality: Road Network Summery 

Owner 

Road 

Category 

Surfaced 

Roads 

Unsurfaced Roads 

Total 

DOT Roads 

DOT 

164,783km 

419,246km 

584,029km 

Total 

164,783km 

419,246km 

584,029km 

Umzumbe LM 

Roads 

Local Roads 

0,13km 

73,371km 

73,501km 

On-line 

Roads 


113,178km 

113,178km 

Offline 

Roads 


473,433km 

473,433km 

Total 

0,13km 

659,982km 

660,112km 

Total Length of 
Roads 


164,913km 

1079,228km 

1244,141km 


Road Classification Source Infrastructure Master Plan, 2009 


In total Umzumbe Local Municipality is responsible for 660.112km of road network the Department 
of Transport is responsible for 584.029km of road network. The number of kilometres of roads 
surfaced have undoubtedly increased the municipality and the Department have been improving the 
status of roads, and this call for the review of infrastructure master plan. 


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In 2013/2014 financial year the municipality had managed to construct 9km of access roads against a 
target of 12.1km. For 2014/2015 the municipality had planned to construct 12.7km of access roads. 

Umzumbe municipality is committed to maintaining the access roads and this was seen when 2 
graders were acquired in 2013/2014 financial year. During the same year about 9.68km of access 
roads were gravelled against a target of 12.1km. 

In 2014/2015 financial year the municipality set aside a budget of R6 500 000.00 to acquire 1 Grader, 
Tipper Truck and Excavator. The municipality had planned to gravel 9km of access roads. The 
Technical Services Department has developed a schedule of road maintenance wherein the graders 
will rotate across the municipality on a weekly basis. Umzumbe Technical Services and Corporate 
Services departments have for the 2015/16 financial year planned to procure a TLB to fast track the 
processes of roads maintenance. The Municipality plans to regravel 9km of access roads and 
construct Ntatshana Bridge. 


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RAIL INFRASTRUCTURE 


The south coast railway line is electrified and in use by Spoornet as far as Port Shepstone. However, 
no commuter services are offered south of the three stations that form part of the metropolitan rail 
system serving the EThekwini area. These stations include Kelso, Park Rynie and Scottsburg, all of 
which are located to the north of Umzumbe. 

PUBLIC TRANSPORT 

The public transport within Umzumbe is provided by two modes namely local buses and mini-bus 
taxis. There is only one subsidised bus operator in the UGU district, namely KZT. One of KZT's three 
contracts, service the Nhlalwane, Assisi Mission and the surrounding areas to Port Shepstone. The 
only unsubsidised bus service in Umzumbe operates from the Odeke Bus Rank. This informal bus rank 
is located in the Umzumbe area along the Kwahlongwe route. It is an informal ranking area with no 
amenities. Bus routes originating from this rank going to Durban and Port Shepstone. 

The UGU Public Transport Plan identifies seven taxi ranks serving the population of Umzumbe. The 
majority of these taxi ranks are of an informal nature and have no amenities. The location of these 
ranks is along main routes, providing a central pick-up or drop-off point to communities. However, 
this requires commuters to have to walk to and from the taxi ranks. 

The following associates are primarily based at the following ranks: 

• Bekezela Taxi Owners Association at St Faith's taxi rank. 

• Umzumbe Taxi Owners Association at the Morrison Taxi rank 

Although it is the responsibility of the municipality to provide taxi ranks, the municipality is faced with 
the challenges of acquiring land and financial constraints to construct taxi facilities. 

ENERGY 

The main supplier of electricity in Umzumbe is Eskom. It is stated in the UGU Infrastructure Audit 
report (2011), that the majority of electricity problems are of a localised nature, since major capacity 
problems in UGU have been addressed about ten years ago through the construction of major 
infrastructure. Localised problems are stated as being a result of 'Electrification for All' programme: 

• Two high voltage power lines running in a northeast to south-western direction parallel to 
the coastline, including high voltage substations along these power lines 

• Medium voltage power lines traversing the municipal area, including several medium 
voltage substations. 


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During the determination of the backlog, delivery standards that was adopted was that all households 
greater than 4km from the network and in settlements of less than 50 households per square 
kilometer can theoretically not be supplied by the existing network. 

According to Statistics South Africa Census 2011, about 49% of households use electricity for lighting 
which is a significant increase from 29.2% in 2001. However the backlog is still very high at 51% and 
this is attributed to capacity problems. 


Energy Source 

Cooking 

Heating 

Lighting 

Electricity 

33,20% 

24% 

49% 

Gas 

4,40% 

2,20% 

0,60% 

Paraffin 

6,20% 

1,90% 

1,60% 

Solar 

0,10% 

0,20% 

0,40% 

Candles 

0% 

0% 

47,10% 

Wood 

55,30% 

58,90% 

0% 

Coal 

0,30% 

1,40% 

0% 

Animal Dung 

0,10% 

0,20% 

0% 

Other 

0,10% 

0% 

0% 

None 

0,40% 

11,10% 

1,20% 


Stats SA Census 2011 


Sources of Energy 

120.00% 

100.00% 

80 . 00 % 

60 . 00 % 

40 . 00 % 

20.00% 

0.00% 

Cooking Heating Lighting 

■ Electricity rGas ■ Paraffin ■ Solar ■ Candles rWood Coal Animal Dung Other ■ None 



Eskom has identified extensive areas within Umzumbe for community level planned projects over the 
next five years. In addition, regional level infrastructure development planning includes projects that 
will not only facilitate these community level projects, but also serve to improve the existing network 
capacity. The spatial position of these regional projects is evident in Umzumbe. 


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It is anticipated that by the end of 2014/2015 financial year 90 households would have been connected 
to the bulk line at KwaMgayi Amen Substation, and 80 households connected at St Nivads village. The 
electrification project continues in the 2015/16 financial year, with planned household connections in 
Nkehlamandla 50 households, 108 household connections in Amen Creche and 290 household 
connections in St Nivads. 



Umzumbe Energy Network 


Source: Umzumbe Energy Master Plan, 2013 


4.2.3 Access to Community Facilities 
EDUCATION FACILITIES 

According to the Department of Education UGU Region 2014 Report, there are 140 schools within 
Umzumbe Local Municipality. According to the Education demarcations the schools are placed into 
education circuits. The 5 education circuits that make up the Umzumbe Circuit Management Centre 
are: 


• Dweshula 

• Turton 

• Umzumbe 

• St Faiths 

• Highflats 


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The table below shows the number of schools per circuit and per category: 


CIRCUIT 

COMBINED 

PRIMARY 

SECONDARY 

TOTAL 

DWESHULA 

2 

17 

7 

26 

HIGHFLATS 

3 

17 

6 

26 

ST' FAITHS 

3 

18 

6 

27 

TURTON 

3 

23 

7 

33 

UMZUMBE 


21 

7 

28 

TOTALS 

11 

96 

33 

140 


The table below reflects the number of schools, learners and educators per category: 


CIRCUIT 

COMBINED 

PRIMARY 

SECONDARY 

TOTAL 

DWESHULA 

754 

5913 

3149 

9816 

HIGHFLATS 

1226 

4461 

1670 

7357 

ST' FAITHS 

546 

2796 

1119 

4461 

TURTON 

1112 

8822 

3584 

13518 

UMZUMBE 


5103 

3166 

8269 

TOTALS 

3638 

27095 

12688 

43421 


About 140 of these schools are no fee paying schools and 43 421 learners are on the feeding scheme 
of the Department. 

It is reported that five (05) schools have closed down due to low learner enrolments. In terms of the 
policy of the department these were considered non-viable schools which resulted in educators and 
learners been relocated. The names of the schools that have closed are as follows: 

• St Williams 

• Thuthuka P 

• Thuthukani Mabhele P 

• Nkalokazi P 

• SizwileJS 

Various stakeholders have been consulted and the schools will be officially closed by the MEC of 
education. 

A total of 29 Schools within the Circuit Management Centre (CMC) registered for the National Senior 
Certificate Examination. The table below reflects the pass rate at the different schools. 


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UMZUMBE RANK ORDER 2014 



WROTE 

TOTAL 

FAIL 

PASS 

PASS 


SCHOOL 


FAIL 

% 

TOTAL 

% 

1 

BUHLEBETHU 

100 

1 

1.00 

99 

99.00 

2 

MDLANGASWA 

105 

9 

8.57 

96 

91.43 

3 

ISINAMUVA 

40 

4 

10.00 

36 

90.00 

4 

MABUTHELA 

31 

4 

12.90 

27 

87.10 

5 

MALUSI 

65 

9 

13.85 

56 

86.15 

6 

NTABALUKHOZI 

17 

3 

17.65 

14 

82.35 

7 

MVUTHULUKA 

27 

5 

18.52 

22 

81.48 

8 

ZIBONELE 

82 

16 

19.51 

66 

80.49 

9 

MANGQUZUKA 

133 

29 

21.80 

104 

78.20 

10 

BHANOYI 

100 

23 

23.00 

77 

77.00 

11 

MABIYA 

29 

7 

24.14 

22 

75.86 

12 

MNGOMENI 

29 

7 

24.14 

22 

75.86 

13 

MQHAKAMA 

123 

30 

24.39 

93 

75.61 

14 

BHEKAMEVA 

54 

14 

25.93 

40 

74.07 

15 

KWAFICA 

129 

38 

29.46 

91 

70.54 

16 

MAYIYANA 

64 

19 

29.69 

45 

70.31 

17 

DUBANDLELA 

47 

14 

29.79 

33 

70.21 

18 

GEORGE MBHELE 

30 

9 

30.00 

21 

70.00 

19 

SIBUKOSETHU 

19 

6 

31.58 

13 

68.42 

20 

INKOSI-UMDIBANISO 

119 

42 

35.29 

77 

64.71 

21 

SIBONGIMFUNDO 

74 

31 

41.89 

43 

58.11 

22 

KHATHI 

61 

26 

42.62 

35 

57.38 

23 

MGAMULE 

41 

18 

43.90 

23 

56.10 

24 

SOZABE 

47 

22 

46.81 

25 

53.19 

25 

MNTWANUNGAMIZIZWE 

38 

19 

50.00 

19 

50.00 

26 

NANI 

87 

47 

54.02 

40 

45.98 

27 

BONGUZWANE 

98 

63 

64.29 

35 

35.71 

28 

MTUMASELI 

31 

21 

67.74 

10 

32.26 

29 

ELWAZI 

43 

37 

86.05 

6 

13.95 

TOTALS 

1863 

573 

30.76 

1290 

69.24 


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LEARNER PREGNANCY RATE 


The pregnancy rate within the district is of huge concern. From the statistics collected for the 4 th 
Quarter the district recorded 93 learners that had fallen pregnant. Out of the total, 16 learners were 
from the Umzumbe CMC. The table below reflects the rate of pregnancy at the different schools for 
the 4 th quarter. 



DISTRICT 

CMC 

SCHOOL 

Number of 

Learners 

1 

UGU 

EMZUMBE 

GIDELAJS 

2 

2 

UGU 

EMZUMBE 

MQHAKAMA H 

1 

3 

UGU 

EMZUMBE 

SIZWILE JS 

1 

4 

UGU 

EMZUMBE 

DUBANDLELAH 

3 

5 

UGU 

EMZUMBE 

FINGQINDLELAS 

1 

6 

UGU 

EMZUMBE 

BONGUZWANE S 

3 

7 

UGU 

EMZUMBE 

KHATHI H 

1 

8 

UGU 

EMZUMBE 

KWAFICA H 

4 


SCHOOL INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS 

The various infra-structure projects that are current will continue in the new financial year. Schools 
are being visited regularly for assessments and placed into projects according to their needs. Infra- 
structure interventions will be based on the budgets allocated to the District from Head Office. The 
table below reflects the current projects that are reaching completion. 


SCHOOL 

CMC 

CIRCUIT 

EMIS 

SCOPE OF WORK 

Malusi H 

Umzumbe 

Dweshula 

337144 

Admin block, 4 store room, 4 office, 4 
multipurpose, 25 classroom, 1 computer 
room, 1 media centre, 1 team teaching room, 

2 physical lab, 1 garden store, 1 guard house 

1 SNP kitchen, 14 girls toilets, 13 boys toilets, 

1 disable toil, fencing, retaining wall 

Sosukwana 

Umzumbe 

Turton 

274022 

1 ECD Classrooms and a block of 4 toilets 

Etsheni P 

Umzumbe 

Umzumbe 

142524 

R&R 

Kwahlongwa 

P 

Umzumbe 

Umzumbe 

179746 

1 ECD Classrooms and a block of 4 toilets 

Lucas 

memorial P 

Umzumbe 

Umzumbe 

188108 

2 ECD Classrooms and a block of 4 toilets 


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Thandanani 

Umzumbe 

ST faiths 

280201 

1 ECD Classrooms and a block of 4 toilets 

Umalusi P 

Umzumbe 

Dweshula 

286824 

2 ECD Classrooms and a block of 4 toilets 

Umswilili P 

Umzumbe 

Umzumbe 

288790 

1 ECD Classrooms and a block of 4 toilets 


HEALTH FACILITIES 

According to the Department of Health, Umzumbe Local Municipality has 1 Community Health Centre 
(Turton), 13 Clinics and 3 Mobile Stopping Points. There is also a Health Post in Sheepwalk which 
currently functions as mobile point and Phila Mntwana site. 

The department is faced with challenges such as 

• Children under 5 years have low rate of clinic usage which is 3.9% against the target of 5%. 

• An ever increasing number of clients on ARTs which increased from 10430 to 10766 in a 
quarter. 

• Below target condom distribution rate at 36.3% instead of 42%. 

• Lower immunisation coverage of children below lyear which is currently at 68.4% instead of 
90% target. 

• Sexual assault cases have increased from 12 to 14 in a quarter. 

• PMTCT; 0.5% of babies tested HIV positive at 6 weeks, however this said to be very less than 
expected rate of 1.7%. 

• Capital infrastructure projects were put on hold due to lack of funds. 


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Health Facilities 


Legend 

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I I Ward Boundaries 

Roads 



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POLICE STATIONS 


There are three police stations in Umzumbe with a ratio of 1:1 063. The police stations are located at 
Msinsini, KwaDweshula and St Faiths. Community policing forums have been set up throughout the 
municipal area. In addition, there is a main office of the Magistrate's Court and nine tribal courts. 
Tribal courts generally deal with civil cases. They are situated in the KwaCele, Bhekani, Nhlangwini, 
Qwabem Ndelu, KwaHlongwane, Nyavini and Izimpethu Zendlovu areas (Umzumbe HSP, 2008). 

According to planning standards, which requires one police station per 50 000 people, Umzumbe 
requires 3.5 police station and are within an acceptable range. 


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SPORTS FACILITIES 


Sports facilities in Umzumbe include school fields, sports fields and sport complexes, scattered 
throughout the area. There are 74 sports fields indicated on the spatial data in Umzumbe, of which 
10 are classified as school fields, seven are classified as sport complexes and 57 are sports fields. 

The municipality administer the majority of the sport complexes, with the exception of one privately 
owned sport complex in Cibini community settlement near Phungashe. 

Recreational facilities form an important aspect within a community. It provides a place for physical 
activity, as well as a space for social functions where people can gather and interact. The application 
of planning standards indicates that at least one sport complex is required per 50 000 people. 

As such, Umzumbe seems to be supplied adequately with sports complexes. In terms of sports fields, 
one sports field is required for every 7700-12000 people. Umzumbe thus requires 15 sports fields and 
is supplied adequately in this regard. 

In response to the need for social cohesion and healthy living, Umzumbe municipality commenced 
with the construction of the Indoor sport Centre in ward 18 together with the upgrading of Sbanini 
Sport ground in ward 10 and Mnamfu Sport ground in ward 19 during the 2014/15 financial year. 

The 2015/16 financial year, proceeds with the upgrading of sport fields project, with KwaMagwaza 
sport ground upgrade in ward 15 and the continuation of the indoor sport centre project in ward 18. 


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Sports Facilities 



Legend 

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LIBRARIES 


There are no public libraries within Umzumbe. This has serious implications for students and general 
literacy within Umzumbe, since people have to travel to surrounding areas to access this facility. In 
terms of planning standards, at least one library should be provided for every 5000-50 000 people. As 
such, at least three (3) libraries are required in Umzumbe. 

COMMUNITY HALLS 

There are 28 community halls within Umzumbe, of which eight (8) are administered by the district, 17 
by the municipality and 3 by traditional authorities. The local community mainly uses these halls, with 
only a few being used by government departments. The provision of services such as access to water, 
electricity and sanitation are limited to just a few of these halls. In addition, it is stated that some the 
halls are in a bad state of disrepair. An application of planning standards to community halls, which 
requires one hall for 20 000 people within a 30 minute walking time or 1.5km walking distance, reveal 
that approximately 8 community halls are required. As such, it would seem that Umzumbe is 
adequately supplied with community halls. Endowed. 

The Social and Community Services Department is responsible for the maintenance and upgrading of 
community halls. During the 2014/15 financial year the department installed burglar guards on 10 
community halls and procured chairs and tables for 5 community halls. The department plans to 
secure 9 community halls with burglar guards and procure chairs and tables for 5 community. 


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MPCC and Community Halls 


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CEMETERIES 


The majority of the rural population in Umzumbe use traditional burial practices. Deceased family 
members are buried on-site. There are no formal cemeteries in Umzumbe and in some instances, 
there has been resistance to the development of cemeteries due to the sensitive nature and cultural 
implications of burial practices. 

HUMAN SETTLEMENTS 


Umzumbe Municipality has developed and adopted a Housing Sector Plan, which outlines housing 
delivery goals and targets for the municipality and provides an approach to housing delivery and 
spatial transformation. Approximately 3000 houses have been built for the entire municipality and the 
backlog recorded in the Housing Sector Plan is currently at 9000. One of the major challenges in 
Umzumbe is to transform the vast rural settlements into sustainable human settlements, in line with 
national housing policy. 

According to Statistics SA Census 2011, there are 47.6% formal dwellings which is an increase from 
38.4% in 2001. 


Dwelling Type 

Household % 

House or brick/concrete block structure on a separate stand or yard or 
on a farm 

41 

Traditional dwelling/hut/structure made of traditional materials 

50 

Flat or apartment in a block of flats 

4 

Cluster house in complex 

0 

Townhouse (semi-detached house in a complex) 

0 

Semi-detached house 

0 

House/flat/room in backyard 

2 

Informal dwelling (shack; in backyard) 

1 

Informal dwelling (shack; not in backyard; e.g. in an informal/squatter 
settlement or on a farm) 

0 

Room/flat let on a property or larger dwelling/servants 
quarters/granny flat 

0 

Caravan/tent 

0 

Other 

1 

Unspecified 

- 

Not applicable 

- 


Stats SA Census 2011 


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Human settlements are the spatial dimension as well as the physical expression of economic and social 
activity. The creation of sustainable human settlements is inevitably an objective for social 
development, as it defines and conditions the relationship between where people live, play and work 
on the one hand, and how this occurs within the confines of the natural environment. 

The majority of housing projects in Umzumbe are packaged as rural housing projects, in line with 
Government's rural housing assistance programme. This programme has been designed to 
complement the realisation of the objectives of the Integrated and Sustainable Human Settlements. 

It focuses on areas outside formalised townships where tenure options are not registered in the Deeds 
Office, but are rather protected in terms of land rights legislation. As opposed to registered individual 
ownership in formal towns, rural households enjoy protected informal tenure rights and/or rental or 
permission to occupy. Access adequate housing is still a challenge to the most of the people within 
the municipality as some of the people qualifying for rural housing reside on the private land. At the 
moment there is no clear plan to provide housing with national housing policy. 


Name 

Type 

Anticipated Number 
of units 

Project estimated year 

Cluster A Rural 
Housing Project( 
ward 

10,16, 17,18&19) 

Rural 

2000 

2014/2015 -2015/2016- 
2016/2017 

Cluster B Rural 
Housing Project( 
Ward 

5,07,13,14,&12) 

Rural 

2000 

2014/2015-2015/2016- 

2016/2017 

Cluster C Rural 
Housing Project( 
ward 1,2,3,4&6) 

Rural 

2000 

2015/2016-2016/2017 

Cluster D Rural 
Housing Project 
Ward 11,15, 8&9 

Rural 

500 

2016/2017 

Assisi Children 

Shelter ward5 

Institutional 

Subsidy 

60 

2013/2014 


Table: Planned Projects 


TELECOMMUNICATIONS 

Adequate provision of telecommunication infrastructure in Umzumbe remains a challenge. Major cell 
phone companies provide coverage to the rural areas of Umzumbe, but internet access is not available 


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in the majority of the municipality. The Ugu Infrastructure Audit revealed a lack of data from service 
providers and based their findings of data supplied by Vodacom (Ugu Infrastructure Audit report 
2011 ). 

This data indicates that Umzumbe has a cellular coverage of 99.7%. However, only 11% of households 
in Umzumbe have access to high-speed internet through the 3G network, while 13.5% have access to 
the internet through EDGE (Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution). Areas experiencing some 
problems with access to cellular services are the lower lying areas. Television as well as national, 
regional and local radio broadcasts is accessible in Umzumbe. 


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4.2.4 : Basic Service Delivery SWOT ANALYIS 


Strength 

Weaknesses 

• IGR structure to deliberate on water and sanitation matters. 

• Availability of Integrated Waste Management Plan 

• Availability of infrastructure master plan, SDF, and IDP 

• Acquired plant-for road maintenance 

• Capacity to spend MIG 

• Dedicated man power 

• Availability of Energy Master Plan 

• Availability of planning unit-forward planning 

• Availability of education infrastructure 

• Insufficient bulk water infrastructure 

• High water and sanitation backlog 

• Umzumbe not WSA and WSP 

• No landfill sites 

• Lack of by-laws for environmental management 

• Outdated infrastructure master plan 

• No proper operation and maintenance plan for roads 

• Mountainous terrain 

• Insufficient budget in the appointment of engineers based on level 4 of 
construction monitoring 

• Limited financial resources for capital infrastructure projects 

• Land tenure/ownership to implement human settlements projects 

• Constrained electricity substation 

• High infrastructure backlog (water, sanitation, roads, housing, electricity) 

• Land ownership (lack) 

• Limited human resource 

• Energy crisis (capacity-Eskom) 

Opportunities 

Threats 

• Natural resources such as rivers 

• Construction of water and sanitation infrastructure create job 
opportunities to local residents 

• Skills transfer 

• Proper solid waste management protect environment and create job 
opportunities through recycling 

• Supporting Local businesses 

• Well-developed socio-economic infrastructure attract investment 

• Explore other sources of energy 

• Backlog in water and sanitation is likely to bring about water-borne diseases 

• Illegal dumping 

• Water pollution 

• Natural disasters (floods) 

• Escalation costs of infrastructure material (inflation) 

• Community expectations- not in line with Umzumbe core functions 

• Rugged Terrain/topography 

• Climate change- heavy rainfall that damage infrastructure 

• Natural Disasters 

• Unfunded capital infrastructure projects for health service 


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4.3 KPA 3: LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 

4.3.1 LOCAL ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT ANALYSIS 


The 2012 LED Strategy for Umzumbe municipality was prepared by Generating New Understanding 
consultants in a workshop setting which allowed maximum consultation with the public and as well 
as the municipal officials, however the municipality is in a process of reviewing its LED strategy and 
planned policies during the 201/16 financial year. 

MUNICIPAL COMPARATIVE AND COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE 

Umzumbe municipality is situated in the inlands of Ugu District but has a coast line which enables 
for ecotourism and further has an advantage that the National Road N2 in the territories of 
Umzumbe LM, which allows for national markets and trade to take place. According to Umzumbe 
SDF 2012 the municipality has rich soils and high potential in economic agriculture, the river sands 
allow for growing businesses, and the tourism markets have a huge potential because of the 
natural features and the rich history it has. 


MAIN ECONOMIC CONTRIBUTOR 

The value of goods produced by the manufacturing and agriculture is the highest economic 
contributor, while the mining sector is the lowest. (Umzumbe LED Strategy 2009) 


Table: Sector's share of Umzumbe Municipality total (%) 


Economic Sector 

1996 

2001 

2007 

Agriculture 

23.9% 

23.9% 

22.5% 

Mining 

1.2% 

1.4% 

1.1% 

Manufacturing 

26.3% 

24.1% 

24.0% 

Electricity 

8.2% 

7.0% 

6.8% 

Construction 

2.7% 

2.6% 

2.3% 

Trade 

11.3% 

12.1% 

12.0% 

Transport 

4.8% 

5.4% 

5.4% 

Finance 

6.5% 

8.0% 

8.0% 

Community services 

15.2% 

15.5% 

17.9% 

Total industries 

100.0% 

100.0% 

100.0% 


Sources: Compiled by DBSA from Regional Explorer, Global Insight, 2008 


The manufacturing sector followed by agriculture was the leading sector in Umzumbe's economy. 
The above table shows that in 2007 manufacturing contributed 24% to the municipality's total GVA. 
Agriculture was the second highest contributor at 22.5%. 


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EMPLOYMENT AND INCOME LEVELS 


According to the Ugu District Economic Indicators and Intelligence Report 2010, employment 
growth in Umzumbe averaged less than 2% between 2003 and 2008. The report also noted that 
while other local municipalities in the Ugu District were showing negative employment growth 
rates, Umzumbe was the only municipality showing marginal employment growth, and according 
to the latest 2011 census no significant change is evident in this regard, this is due to relatively low 
employment creation and absorption capacity in the sectors shown in the figure below. 


According to Stats SA data, The Employment and Income levels table and graphs below clearly 
indicate that Umzumbe municipality has marginal pupils that are not economically active and 
unemployed as the Financial situation analysis indicates that the mainstream people in the 
municipality are under the indigent register and the municipality is highly grant dependent. 


Employment Status 

Employed 

8 

Unemployed 

8 

Discouraged work-seeker 

6 

Other not economically active 

34 

Age less than 15 years 

- 

Not applicable 

44 

Grand Total 

100 


Employment Status 



■ Grand Total 


■ Not applicable 


■ Age less than 15 years 


■ Other not economically 
active 

■ Discouraged work-seeker 


■ Unemployed 


0 20 40 60 80 100 120 


Source: Statistics SA Census 2011 


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Monthly Income level 

R 1 - R 400 

50 

R 401 - R 800 

8 

R 801 - R 1 600 

25 

R 1 601 - R 3 200 

4 

R 3 201 - R 6 400 

2 

R 6 401 - R 12 800 

2 

R 12 801 - R 25 600 

1 

R 25 601 - R 51 200 

0 

R 51 201 -R 102 400 

0 

R 102 401 - R 204 800 

0 

R 204 801 or more 

0 

Unspecified 

8 

Not applicable 

1 

Grand Total 

100 


Source: Statistics SA Census 2011 


Monthly Income Levels 



■ Grand Total 

■ Not applicable 

■ Unspecified 

■ R 204 801 or more 

■ R 102 401 - R 204 800 

■ R 51 201 - R 102 400 

■ R 25 601 - R 51 200 

■ R 12 801 - R 25 600 

■ R 6 401 - R 12 800 

■ R 3 201 - R 6 400 


Source: Statistics SA 2011 


The table below generated from Statistic SA data indicates annual household income percentages 
per ward, from analysis it is evident that the wards closer to the coast line are more economically 
viable and earn better incomes that those in the inland, this could be due the better opportunities 
as these wards are closer to distract nodes and main corridors and educational facilities. 


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■ Annual Household Income R 
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■ Annual Household Income R 
9601 - R 19 600 

■ Annual Household Income R 
19 601 - R 38 200 

■ Annual Household Income R 
38 201 - R 76 400 


Source Stats SA: Census 2011 

Global Insight 2008 portrays the status of employment sectors in the municipality that need 
strengthening in order to realise the municipal vision of being economically viable and sustaining 
the lives of the people in Umzumbe municipality by 2030. 


Figure: Share of total employment per sector 2008 


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Sources: Regional Explorer, Global Insight, 2008 


The Umzumbe LED Strategy 2009 states that there are a total of 789 SMME's in Umzumbe. The 
report finds that there are a fairly even spread of SMME's across the wards, with slightly more 
concentrated towards the north eastern parts of Umzumbe. 


Table: SMME Distribution 


Agriculture 

Services 

Retail 

Manufacturing 

Construction 

32% 

26% 

18% 

15% 

9% 


Source: Adapted from Umzumbe LED Strategy 2009 


The activities that follow are the current projects that the municipality is undergoing in order to 
address the issues of unemployment and poverty in the municipality and the lack of economic 
activities rendered within the municipality. 

TOURISM PROGRAM 

Multi-Activity Trial Network development. 

Turton Beach Development. 

Tourism Strategy Development. 

Tour guiding. 

Commemoration of Ntelezi Msani and Isivivane sika Shaka. 

Time Travel ( History for 3 tourism sites). 

Reviewal of a LED Strategy and contributions to Ugu South Coast Tourism. 

CREATIVE INDUSRTY 

ARTS DEVELOPMENT : - Umzumbe Arts and Culture Heritage Music Festival. 


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Summer Festival 

Isicathamiya Music Festival ( Fashion Show, Oswenka). 

CRAFT: - MARKETING ( Exhibition in the following: 

Tourism Indaba, Royal Show Grounds, and Decorex Show. 

SMME DEVELOPMENT 

20 new SMME Incubation Project. 

Umzumbe Business Fair. 

5 CO-OPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT 

Supporting the 2 OVOP Co-operatives. 

Support Sakhisizwe Bakery Co-operative. 

Shinga Community Garden . 

Purchasing of a park home for the OVOP Co-operative. 

AGRICULTURAL PROJECTS 

10 Community Gardens will be assisted in 2015/16 financial year. 

This means two (2) community gardens per cluster. 

2 new tractors to be bought and existing ones to be covered on top. 

- Flea market to be held fortnightly on Fridays at the municipality 
DEVELOPMENT OF INFORMAL TRADERS. 

Development of the informal traders database. 

Establishment of the Informal Traders Forum/ committee. 

Construction of Shelter for Morrison Informal Traders. 

The list bellows represent the current status of economic activities and support rendered to the 
citizens of the municipality. These are in a form of tourism, agricultural production, arts and craft, 
mining and manufacturing. 

• One home one garden 

• Seed distribution 

• Indigent support 

• Service Delivery Events 

• Commemoration of Isivivane Sika Shaka and Ntelezi Msani 

• Arts and Craft Training 

• Exhibition for Crafters 


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Arts and Culture Music Festival 


Arts & Culture Training (Music) 

Ntelezi Msane Heritage Centre 
LED Forum Quarterly Meetings 
SMME Incubation 
Training of Cooperatives 

Cooperatives development incubator programme 
Job Creation (EPWP) 


MUNICIPAL COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES 

Umzumbe has a great economic potential; like most rural municipalities, it an extensive natural, 
human and economic potential which is utilized unevenly and imperfectly. This presents an 
opportunity to develop economic activities that are balanced and sustainable. 

The tendency of settlements developing in the areas of the Municipality that have infrastructure 
development such as water and electricity has created nodes with vibrant socio economic activities. 
Examples are Umthwalume, Ophepheni and St Faiths. 

It is envisaged that the development of P68 and P73 as corridors linking Umzumbe with N2 and 
Harry Gwala District will unlock more economic potential as mobility would be enhanced, 
culminating in further infrastructural development that would result in more economic nodes. 
Umzumbe is also rich in natural resources that appeal to the tourism industry. 

AGRICULTURE 

The agricultural sector in Umzumbe still possesses significant development potential. Agriculture in 
this area is characterized by a minority of highly developed and competitive commercial farming, 
while the bulk of agricultural activities are mainly subsistence farming on rural communal land. 
Major commercial farming enterprises are in sugarcane, bananas and timber. Subsistence 
agriculture comprises mostly livestock dry land cropping and vegetable production. Currently, the 
Municipality is receiving starter packs from the Department of Agriculture. Those packs include 
different crops, equipment and irrigation tools that are distributed to the community. 


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Agriculture as a primary sector is the major source of income in Umzumbe. Most of the unskilled 
human capital and both illiterate and semi-illiterate are employed within this sector, with the largest 
employer being Sappi in the forestry industry and sugarcane farms. 

The secondary sector is growing steadily. Within the manufacturing sector , the municipality can 
boast locally made furniture, sculptured wood, tissue manufacturing, jewellery manufacturing and 
water bottling The municipality has contributed by partly funding, provision of inputs and assisting 
in the establishment of these initiatives. There is a huge pool of crafters and artist in Umzumbe that 
fall under this category. 

The municipality with the assistance of DED has been exposing local people with talent to the local 
and international markets through exhibitions. This sector has a huge potential for development 
and growth. Inhibiting this growth is shortage of working space and the lack of basic infrastructure 
such as water and electricity. 

The multipurpose centers that are built by government should play a role in addressing such 
problems but their design is not suitable. The dire need of a business incubator has long been 
identified but has not materialized due to lack of resources. The business incubator would produce 
more able and sustainable businesses and thus create more jobs to combat the scourge of poverty 
in the municipality. 

The municipality has embarked on a gender approach to LED in order to bridge the gender gap of 
which women are 2% more than men in numbers. The strong emphasis on empowering women is 
hoped to boost this sector due to the resilient nature and being on the receiving end of poverty of 
women as opposed to men. 

The tertiary sector is one sector that when assessed has been found more wanting than the other 
two mentioned. In the first place Umzumbe does not have even a single banking institution or 
insurance or financial services owing to its rural nature. Retail, however are thriving within the 
municipality both formal and informal retail outlets is prevalent. This sector is more prevalent in 
wards 19, 10, 18, and 3 this is due to the mobility as a result of road infrastructure that fairly good 
in the wards mentioned. 

The municipality is one amongst the others in the country that are facing challenges in improving 
the quality of life. There is high level of poverty and unemployment as well as low economic growth 
in the area. Food security and economic development are critical issues in the Municipality 


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therefore a more prescriptive approach to land use management to ensure that the suitable areas 
are used and managed appropriately. 

Whilst Umzumbe has a great economic potential but it should be mentioned that due to the high 
rates of poverty, unemployment, illiteracy and seclusion from the main stream economy; the line 
between Local Economic Development and Community Development is blurred. Developing the 
projects that are already there with the focus of developing a value chain may be a vehicle that 
would see economic activities that are inclusive and organic in formation. 

It is therefore imperative for Umzumbe municipality amongst other initiatives to focus on its 
competitive and comparative advantage in order to unlock ITS LED potential. Currently the 
municipality's economic strengths lie in agriculture; subsistence farming, tourism and 
manufacturing (beneficiation). In addition to this, there is also potential in the retail, trade and 
services sectors. 

Informal trade is the backbone of Umzumbe's economy and is mostly situated in the areas that have 
already been identified as the municipality's economic nodes. The development on the coastal zone 
is critical and is in line with the provincial Growth and Development Strategy (PGDS); the 
municipality is in the process of raising funds for Umthwalume beach development. This would 
make Umzumbe a role player and beneficiary of the lucrative beach tourism economy of KwaZulu- 
Natal. 

INFORMAL ECONOMY 

Umzumbe Local Economic Development Policy prioritizes investment in the Small Medium and 
Micro Enterprises through a numerous programmes. In supporting small businesses the policy 
focuses on the following strategies: 

• Create database of informal businesses 

• Registration of informal businesses 

• Basic business training workshops 

• Establish secure trading stalls 

• Implement infrastructure provisions 

The municipality has been able to pilot SMMEs and Cooperative Development intervention 
initiatives which created 22 employment opportunities in the past year. The municipality is also 


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facilitating the Expanded Public Works Programme whereby about 405 job opportunities have 
been created in the past 3 years. 

TOURISM 

The municipality has identified a number of projects and initiatives to develop the tourism assets 
and improve the management and marketing of Umzumbe tourist products and services. This will 
be achieved by further researching the new products, vigorously marketing Umzumbe as a 
destination and contributing in transforming the face of tourism in the South coast. 

Transformation of the sector will include attracting the emerging middle class and developing an 
annual calendar of events to attract tourists. Umzumbe shall focus on its competitive advantage in 
order to make tourism a success. There are opportunities in Agriculture, tourism, cultural and 
heritage tourism. 

Umzumbe has a wealth of untapped potential in this regard. Research has been done in the 
identified areas of attraction and the municipality shall work with South coast tourism in packaging 
and marketing the new products. The tourism industry has the potential of employing more people 
in a sustainable manner, whilst empowering them to take initiatives in the pro poor tourism 
approach. The development of Umthwalume beach is one catalyst that would unlock the tourism 
potential to the pristine coastline of Umzumbe. 

The unique scenery of Umzumbe with its rivers, beautiful mountains like uMsikazi and indigenous 
as well as cultivated forestry offers sound eco-tourism. Ntelezi Msani. 

Memorial Project is one of the flagship projects that have been identified by the District Municipality 
and Umzumbe Municipality as the key project that will contribute in unlocking the tourism potential 
in the hinterland and also contributes in the transformation of the heritage sector in the district. It 
is a heritage project that seeks to highlight and commemorate the role, participation and effect of 
the Bhambatha rebellion in the greater UGU and Umthwalume area. Being a focused and resource 
driven initiative to honour the unsung heroes of the 1906 Poll tax uprising that were led by Ntelezi 
ka Khukhulela Msani. 

The project will be adding value to the existing Cultural Node (Gobhela Arts and Crafts Centre and 
Shosholoza Recording Studio), which in the long run will become a new tourism route that links with 
Emthini Holiday Resort (African Cuisine Offering Lodge in the South Coast). The Project is a worthy 


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investment for Ugu District and Umzumbe Municipality that needs a tourism route linkage from 
Freedom Park Trust and other battle fields in KwaZulu Natal province. 


MANUFACTURING 

The contribution by the manufacturing sector within the municipal economy is increasing steadily. 
The municipality is seeing more youth entrepreneurial initiatives. The municipality has played a 
significant role in capacitating crafters and people living with disabilities with different skills in arts 
and craft and they are now implementing those skills. 

The drive is to improve the quality of local products to appeal to both domestic and international 
markets. The municipality has promoted and marketed outstanding talents within the municipality 
with the assistance of the Department of Economic Development through exhibitions locally and 
abroad. 

MINING 

Quarrying has not been formalized yet within the municipality. Currently quarries belong to no 
particular person as there are no licenses for such. On the other hand the mining sector is becoming 
more formal than quarrying as an increasing number of miners have or are in the process of applying 
for mining licenses. 

Most of the river sand mining activities occur along the rivers of Umzumbe such as Umzumbe and 
Umthwalume rivers. There are minor mining sites for plaster sand that are informal. There is a huge 
demand for these mining products outside of Umzumbe on a commercial level as well as locally as 
Umzumbe is developing rapidly. 

The two kilometer stretch of Umthwalume beach is the best fishing spot. It sustains 10% of 
Umzumbe households who have no bread winners. The sea harvest is sold to restaurants along the 
coast whilst remnant of which is sold along the N2 freeway. A lot could be done to make this 
livelihood for some sustainable and have more economic benefits. 


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4.3.2 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT WITH PARTICULAR FOCUS ON VULNERABLE 
DEVELOPMENT OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES 

A fair number of people located within the municipal jurisdiction are disabled; statistics on this issue 
are not yet available from the department of stats SA in the 2011 census. Umzumbe is made up of 
19 wards, all these wards have people with disabilities. Each ward has a representation of people 
with disabilities and that person is a member of Umzumbe Disability Forum. 

The Municipality assists the disabled with co-ordination of their programmes working together with 
government departments such as Department of Social development, Health, SASSA, Department 
of Sports and Recreation and others. There is a budget allocation for senior citizens, allocated under 
Special Programmes Unit. 

INDIGENT SUPPORT (INCLUDING FREE BASIC SERVICES) 

A large portion of the people in the municipality live under poverty caused by various factors namely 
unemployment, lack of employment opportunities in the local area, dependency on government 
grants, lack of an education to obtain better earning employment and many more. 

The municipality has taken to provide indigent relief to those households that are living in poverty 
and find it difficult to live from day to day. Where there is electricity, tokens are provided to those 
families so as to relieve the burden. Where there is no electricity in wards such as ward 8 and 11 
Nyavini and Nkoxe area Gel stoves were handed out to people and there has been ongoing gel 
provision to the needy families. 

There were however solar panels installed in other areas of the municipality where electricity was 
seen as going to be taking a bit longer to be installed due to lack of infrastructure and finances on 
the side of Eskom. The solar panels are maintained by the municipality. 

DEVELOPMENT OF THE ELDERLY 

Umzumbe is made up of 19 wards, all these wards have senior citizens. Each ward has a 
representation of senior citizens that person is a member of Umzumbe Senior Citizens Forum. The 
Municipality assists the senior citizens with co-ordination of their programmes working together 

SASSA 

with government departments such as Department of Social Development, Health, , 

Department of Sports and Recreation and others. There is a budget a ^ ocat ' on f or senior citizens, 
allocated under Special Programmes Unit. 


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PEOPLE AFFECTED BY CRIME, HIV/AIDS, DRUGS, ETC 


Few cases has been reported where elderly people has been victims of rape and robbery. Drugs are 
the main cause of criminal activities that are taking place at Umzumbe. According to the 
Department of Health Stats, Umzumbe rated as the highest in terms of HIV/AIDS infection. 

4.3.3 Challenges 

• Outdated LED strategy 

• The municipality is completely rural with no town and very little economic activity. 

• The municipality owns no land, close to 40% of the land falls under Ingonyama trust and about 
35% is under private ownership and government department. 

• Attracting investment is a challenge but it can be unlocked through proper settlement 
planning, zoning of areas to assist in land management as well as environmental conservation. 

• Lack of sufficient infrastructure such as electricity and water supply is hindering the 
development and sustainability of economic activity in the sense that it does not boost investor 
confidence. 

• Revenue Enhancement: as the municipality is predominantly rural with high level of 
unemployment and poverty, it makes it difficult for the municipality to generate its own 
revenue in terms of waste removal, electricity, sanitation and other municipal services. 

• Establishment of local businesses: most of them are not well established and therefore cannot 
supply or provide certain goods or services. 

• Informal trade: is currently the backbone of Umzumbe's economy and is mostly situated in the 
areas that have already been identified as the economic nodes. 

• The success rate of LED project is low 

• Serious economic leakage 

• Inadequate Skills profile (in communities) 

4.3.4 What are we going to do to unlock and address our key challenges? 

• Review and implementation of LED Strategy, Tourism Plan in alignment with the SDF. 

• To seek more funding to implement LED projects 


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4.3.5 What could you expect from us, in terms of outputs, outcomes and deliverables, over the 
next five years? 

• Conducive environment to unlock local economic development and increased employment 

opportunities. 

• Improved economic base and increased investors 

• Invest in nodes that have relatively vibrant economic activities. Examples are Umthwalume 

(Turton), Ophepheni and St Faiths.... 

• Primary corridors (P68 and P73): are envisaged to unlock more economic potential as mobility 

would be enhanced culminating in further infrastructural development. 

• Encourage economic activities in Secondary Node (Morrison and Umgayi) 

• Tourism: there are a number of projects and initiatives to develop the tourism assets and 

improve the management and marketing of Umzumbe tourist products and services. 

• Formalize Informal trade: is currently the backbone of Umzumbe's economy and is mostly 

situated in the areas that have already been identified as the economic nodes. 

• Development of coastal zone: critical and in line with the Provincial Growth and Development 

Strategy, i.e. beach development. 

• Encourage commercial Agricultural sector: bulk of agricultural activities are mainly 

subsistence farming on rural communal land. Major enterprises are sugar cane, bananas and 
timber. 

• Incorporating of Heritage sites into tourism 


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4.3.6 LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SWOT ANALYIS 


Strengths 

Weaknesses 

• Support programmes from the various stakeholders including the 

municipality 

• Location to the coastal areas 

• High rate of young population 

• Availability of LED Strategy and Spatial Development Framework 

• Limited access to funding 

• Lack of market for SMMEs 

• Lack of skills in business development 

• Unemployment and poverty 

• Crime 

• Lack of access to finance 

• High infrastructure backlog 

Opportunities 

Threats 

• Major strategic roads such as N2, P68, P71 and R102 

• Large Extent of agricultural land 

• Natural resources such as rivers, and mountain 

• Coastal location 

• Unstable weather conditions 

• Global economic performance 

• Natural disasters such as floods 


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4.4 KPA 4: FINANCIAL VIABILITY AND MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS 


The application of sound financial management principles for the compilation of the Municipality's 
financial plan is essential and critical to ensure that the Municipality remains financially viable and that 
municipal services are provided sustainably, economically and equitably to all communities. 

It is also equally important for the financial plan to be informed and aligned to the municipal IDP and 
conform to the SDBIP, this which is the current practice of Umzumbe municipality. 

Capability of the Municipality to execute Capital Projects 

Financial services department comprises the following sub departments: Expenditure and Assets, 
Budget, Treasury and Revenue and Supply Chain Management 

• Expenditure and Assets - The Manager: Expenditure and Assets is responsible for salaries 
administration, creditor's management, all expenditure, SARS compliance, government 
grants administration, maintenance of assets. 

• Budget , Treasury and Revenue - The Manager: Budget, Treasury and Revenue is responsible 
for ensuring that budgets are prepared, budgets are effectively utilised, reporting to 
National treasury and other spheres of government, financial forecasting, property rates, 
collection of other income, compliance with various spheres of government, maintenance of 
investments. 

• Supply Chain Management -The Manager: Supply Chain Management is responsible for the 
implementation of the Supply Chain Management policy and ensuring that the goods and 
services are procured in manner which is transparent, competitive, equitable, cost effective 
and fair. 

INDIGENT SUPPORT (Including Free Basic Services) 

A large portion of the people in the municipality live under poverty caused by various factors namely 
unemployment, lack of employment opportunities in the local area, dependency on government 
grants, lack of an education to obtain better earning employment and many more. 

The municipality has taken to provide indigent relief to those households that are living in poverty and 
find it difficult to live from day to day. Where there is no electricity in wards such as ward 8 and 11 
Nyavini and Nkoxe area. Gel stoves were handed out to people and there has been ongoing gel 
provision to the needy families 


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There were however solar panels installed in other areas of the municipality where electricity was 
seen as going to be taking a bit longer to be installed due to lack of infrastructure and finances on the 
side of Eskom. The solar panels are maintained by the municipality. 

The summarised number of Indigent Households in Umzumbe Municipal Area are as follows: 


WARD 

NUMBER 

TOTAL NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLD 

REGISTERED 

i. 

696 

2. 

366 

3. 

382 

4. 

768 

5. 

222 

6. 

602 

7. 

434 

8. 

726 

9. 

758 

10. 

532 

11. 

736 

12. 

634 

13. 

462 

14. 

808 

15. 

246 

16. 

264 

17. 

654 

18. 

326 


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19. 

652 

TOTAL 

10088 


Umzumbe local municipality indigent register 2013 draft report 


Umzumbe local municipality indigent register 2013 draft report find the following: 

Water Access 

97% of people are registered under indigent have access to water. 

Grid Electricity 

It reflects that 48% of people registered under indigent have access to grid electricity. 

Sanitation Type 

It further reflects that 54% of people registered under indigent they access to VIP Toilets. 

Housing 

It also reflects that 75% of people registered under indigent have indicated that they reside in mud 
houses 

Employment 

The report also reflects that 87% of people who are registered under indigent have indicated that they 
are unemployed 

Monthly Income 

Monthly income reflects that 97% of people who are registered under indigent have income between 
R 1- R 1,000 and 3% between R 1,100 R 1,900. This is an indication that the majority of people in 
Umzumbe municipality are leaving below poverty line. 

REVENUE ENHANCEMENT AND PROTECTION STRATEGY 

• Revenue enhancement 

- Debt collection strategy 

- Maximising interest on investments 

- Evaluation Roll 

• Sustainability of clean audit 

- Corrective action plans 

- Risk management plans 

- Compliance checklist 

- Minimise irregular, unauthorised, fruitless & wasteful expenditure 

- AG dash board reports 


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MUNICIPAL CONSUMER DEBT POSITION 


Preparation of monthly cashbook, updated general ledger and preparation of reconciliations are some 
of the actions the municipality is taking to keep up-rest with its financials in terms of provisions 
requiring financial commitment. 

GRANTS AND SUBSIDIES 

The Municipality is grant dependent, and heavily depends on MIG funding to execute its municipal 
services and it is 100% rural with high poverty and very low employment rates. The Municipality's 
business and service delivery priorities were reviewed as part of this year's planning and budget 
process. Where appropriate, funds were transferred from low- to high-priority programmes so as to 
maintain sound financial stewardship. 

The municipality also supports the indigent with electricity tokens, and have an indigent register to 
make sure the poor are considered when basic services are provided and to make sure they are 
priorities. 

The total budgeted revenue is R167 million. This is funded by government grants and subsidies of 
R155,l million, interest from investments of R3,2 million, tender sales and other income of R140 
thousand, rates income of R4,l million and own funds of R4,4 million. 

The total operating budget is R110 million and the total capital budget is R55, 5 million. 

EMPLOYEES RELATED COSTS (INCLUDING COUNCILOR ALLOWANCES) 

The use of financial software applications allow the municipality to be financially compliant with the 
legislative requirement. The municipality makes use Payday and Pastel Evolution to keep up-rest with 
municipal operations implicating financials. 

Preparation of monthly budget statements in terms of section 71 of the MFMA 
Preparation of 2013/2014 GRAP compliant annual financial statements 
Update GRAP compliant assets register corresponding to the general ledger and depreciation 
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT (SCM) 

Implementation of Supply Chain Management Policy 

Timeous payment of service providers upon receipt of invoices (30 days) 


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Development of Annual Procurement Plan 


The situation at current is the reality that comes as challenges to the municipality financially which 
can be attributed to; 

• The ongoing difficulties in the national and local economy; 

• Lack and poorly maintained roads infrastructure; 

• The need to reprioritize projects and expenditure within the existing resource envelope 
given the cash flow realities; 

• Dependency on government grants; 

• Wage increases for municipal staff that continue to exceed consumer inflation, as well as the 
need to fill critical vacancies; 

• Affordability of capital projects; 

4.4.1 FINANCIAL VIABILITY AND MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS 

The management of the municipal finances involves both a strategic and operational component. 
Strategically, the finances must be managed to accommodate fluctuations in the economy and the 
resulting changes in costs and revenues. Operationally, the municipality must put in place clear 
financial goals, polices and tools to implement its strategic plan. 

The overall strategic plan is to ensure that there is transparency, accountability and sound financial 
management. Forming part of this plan are key performance areas such as ensuring that all statutory 
reporting is compiled and submitted to the different spheres of government timeously, annual 
financial statements are prepared in accordance with GRAP and submitted on time, effective and 
efficient utilization of financial resources, compliance to the Supply Chain Management Policy and 
the maintenance of assets effectively with respect to additions; disposals; impairments on the assets 
register. 

In terms of section 62 of the MFMA, the accounting officer of a municipality is responsible for 
managing the financial administration of the municipality. The financial services department has 
been established to address this responsibility. 

The financial services department comprises the following sub departments: Expenditure and Assets, 
Budget, Treasury and Revenue and Supply Chain Management. 


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It is thus essential that the municipality has access to adequate sources of revenue, from both its own 
operations and intergovernmental transfers, to enable it to carry out its functions. In addition, it is 
necessary that there is reasonable degree of certainty with regard to source, amount and timing of 
revenue. The Division of Revenue Act has always laid out the level of funding from National 
Government that will be received for the three financial years with the first year being concrete and 
other years' estimates. It is also worth noting that the municipality holds investments amounting to 
R9, 6 million. Interest is earned at competitive rates and has no borrowings. 

SECTIONS AND FUNCTIONS OF THE FINANCE DEPARTMENT 

Expenditure and Assets - The Manager: Expenditure and Assets is responsible for salaries 
administration, creditor's management, all expenditure, SARS compliance, government grants 
administration, maintenance of assets. 

Budget, Treasury and Revenue - The Manager: Budget, Treasury and Revenue is responsible for 
ensuring that budgets are prepared, budgets are effectively utilized, reporting to National treasury 
and other spheres of government, financial forecasting, property rates, collection of other income, 
compliance with various spheres of government, maintenance of investments. 

Supply Chain Management - The Manager: Supply Chain Management is responsible for the 
implementation of the Supply Chain Management policy and ensuring that the goods and services 
are procured in manner which is transparent, competitive, equitable, cost effective and fair. 

Staff Compliment 

• 3 Managers (1 manager acting for SCM) 

• 4 Accountants 

• 1 Sub Accountant 

• 2 Procurement officers 

• 5 Interns 

REVENUE ENHANCEMENT AND PROTECTION STRATEGIES 

Revenue is crucial in every organization for day to day operations and sustainability. The municipality 
is predominantly rural with high level of unemployment and poverty. This makes it very difficult for 
the municipality to be able to generate its own revenue in terms of waste removal, electricity, 
sanitation and other municipal services. 


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The municipality has implemented the Property Rates Act from 2008/2009 financial year. The 
valuation roll has been compiled by the registered value which was appointed as a shared service with 
other municipalities within Ugu District. The value maintains the valuation roll on a monthly basis. 

There are challenges in terms of the implementation of Property Rates Act due to the fact that the 
municipality is predominantly rural which makes it very difficult to find the postal addresses for the 
rate payers in order to send the bills. High level of poverty and unemployment is also a challenge. Our 
rates payers are made of Government departments, private businesses and household. 

As part of revenue enhancement strategy, the municipality has developed and adopted Investment, 
Banking and Cash Management Policy which outlines the following principles that the municipally 
need to adhere to: 

• Collect revenue when it is due and bank it promptly 

• Make payments, including transfers to other levels of government and non-government 
entities, no earlier than necessary, with due regard for efficient, effective and economical 
programme delivery and the creditor's normal terms for account payments; 

• Avoid pre-payment for goods or services (i.e. that is payments in advance of the receipt of 
goods or services), unless required by the contractual arrangements with the supplier 

• Shall accept discounts to effect early payment only when the payment has been included in 
the monthly cash flow estimates provided to the relevant treasury; 

• Apply debts collection policy to ensure that amounts receivable by the municipality are 
collected and banked promptly; 

• Shall accurately forecast its cash flow requirements 

• Shall monitor inflow and outflow of cash 

• Recognize the time value of money by economically, efficiently and effectively managing cash. 

• Take any other action as may promote the efficient utilization of cash resources, such as 
managing inventories to the minimum level necessary for efficient and effective programme 
delivery, and selling surplus or underutilized assets; and 

• Avoid bank overdrafts 


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MUNICIPAL CONSUMER DEBT POSITION 


The municipality has a very low rates base comprising of farm owners, local businesses, government 
departments and a very few private land owners. Being a local municipality services such as water 
and sanitation are not provided electricity is provided by Eskom directly to the people therefore 
there are no debtors as such however we have been receiving steadily payments from government 
departments and businesses. 

GRANTS AND SUBSIDIES 

The municipality does not generate much in terms of rates therefore it is a grant dependent 
municipality. Grants are received from a wide range of stakeholders namely the MIG, equitable 
share and various others. The table below depicts the grants and spending for the past year and 
projected spending in the years coming ahead. 


GOVERNMENT GRANTS AND 
SUBSIDIES- 
ALLOCATION 

Preceding 

year 

2013/2014 

Current Year 2014/2015 

Medium Term Income and Expenditure 
Framework 

Audited 

Actual 

Approved 

Budget 

Adjusted 

Budget 

Full Year 
Forecast 

Budget 

Year 

2015/2016 

Budget Year 
2016/2017 

Budget 

Year 

2017/2018 

National Grants Allocations 








Equitable share 

94,545,000.00 

105,320,000.00 

105,320,000.00 

105,320,000.00 

127,112,000.00 

125,089,000.00 

119,861,000.00 

Municipal Systems 

Improvement Grant (MSIG) 

890,000.00 

934,000.00 

934,000.00 

934,000.00 

930,000.00 

957,000.00 

1,033,000.00 

Local Government Financial 
Management Grant (FMG) 

1,650,000.00 

1,800,000.00 

1,800,000.00 

1,800,000.00 

1,800,000.00 

1,825,000.00 

1,900,000.00 

Municipal Infrastructure Grant 
(MIG) 

30,939,504.00 

33,370,000.00 

33,619,496.45 

33,619,496.45 

34,522,000.00 

35,796,000.00 

37,706,000.00 

Disaster Management Grant 

6,698,126.00 


10,730,839.15 

10,730,839.15 

11,095,887.00 

10,000,000.00 


Integrated national 

Electrification Programme 

2,934,531.00 

6,000,000.00 

11,025,195.51 

11,025,195.51 

12,000,000.00 

12,600,000.00 

14,000,000.00 

Extended Public Works 
Programme 

- 

1,020,000.00 

1,020,000.00 

1,020,000.00 

1,084,000.00 



Sub Total - National Grant 
Allocations 

137,657,161.00 

148,444,000.00 

164,449,531.11 

164,449,531.11 

188,543,887.00 

186,267,000.00 

174,500,000.00 

Provincial Grants Allocations 








Maintenance Grant - Sport 
Facilities 


2,250,000.00 

1,725,000.00 

1,725,000.00 

150,000.00 



Project Consolidate 



99,884.62 

99,884.62 




GIS Grant 



7,984.85 

7,984.85 




Low Cost Flousing 



533,953.00 

533,953.00 




Tourism Grant/Ntelezi Msane 

421,380.00 

4,000,000.00 

4,578,619.65 

4,578,619.65 




KZN Sports 

163,465.00 


475,584.80 

475,584.80 




Scheme Support Programme 


500,000.00 

500,000.00 

500,000.00 




Massification Programme Grant 

- 

. 

_ 

8,000,000.00 



Sub Total - Provincial Grants 
Allocations 

584,845.00 

6,750,000.00 

7,921,026.92 

7,921,026.92 

8,150,000.00 

- 


TOTAL GRANT 

ALLOCATIONS 

138,242,006.00 

155,194,000.00 

172,370,558.03 

172,370,558.03 

196,693,887.00 

186,267,000.00 

174,500,000.00 


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MUNICIPAL INFRASTRUCTURE ASSETS & MAINTENANCE (Q&M) 


Budget has been adequately compiled to make provision for repair and maintenance of existing 
infrastructure as well as the development of infrastructure. There is steady spending in terms of the 
Municipal Infrastructure Grants (MIG) spending. Below is the table indicating assets maintenance 
expenditure budget for the 2015/2016 financial year. 

The Operation and Maintenance Plan prioritize spending on the main assets with the following 
budget allocations: 


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Operating Expenditure by Nature 

Medium Term Income and Expenditure 

Budget Year 2015/2016 

Budget Year 2016/2017 

Budget Year 2017/2018 

Budget 

Budget 

Budget 

Maintenance - Community Facilities 

1,400,000.00 

1,475,600.00 

1 ,555,282.40 

Maintenance - Sports Facilities 

2,000,000.00 

2,108,000.00 

2,221,832.00 

Maintenance - Plant and equipment 

1,000,000.00 

1 ,054,000.00 

1,110,916.00 

Maintenance - Office Buildings 

350,000.00 

368,900.00 

388,820.60 

Maintenance - Motor Vehicles 

915,029.69 

964,441 .29 

1,016,521.12 

Maintenance - Roads repairs 

6,000,000.00 

6,324,000.00 

6,665,496.00 

Maintenance - Computer Equipment 

105,000.00 

110,670.00 

116,646.18 


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CAPITAL EXPENDITURE AND OPERATIONAL EXPENDITURE 


For the 2014/2015 financial about R55 527 383.61 capital expenditure budget had been allocated to 
infrastructure assets such as roads, community sports complex and tourism centre. An amount of 
R110 049 558, 39 was budgeted for operations with R35 970 231, 23 

Budgeted for employee related costs which is about 32% of the operational budget. 

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT (SCM) 

The Municipality has a Supply Chain Management Unit falls within the Finance Department. The unit 
is responsible for ensuring that the goods and services are procured in manner which is transparent, 
competitive, equitable, cost effective and fair, through proper implementation of the SCM policy 
which is reviewed on a regular basis, the Pastel Evolution System is used to request goods and services 
required for the various functions of the municipality. 

The municipality is striving to empower local businesses and cooperatives to improve our Local 
Economic Development. The suppliers are rotated in terms of the National Treasury regulations to 
ensure that everyone is getting equal chance however there are challenges since most of our local 
businesses are not well established and therefore cannot supply or provide certain good and services. 

The municipality is in its second year of implementation of Pastel Evolution which has assisted in the 
facilitating of procurement such as electronic requisitions and orders. Separate files were opened for 
each individual contract which contained details of the contractor, evaluation and adjudication 
reports, payments details etc. Bids of at least R 100 000 were submitted to Treasury in accordance 
with SCM regulations. The evaluation and adjudication of the tenders was done accordingly. When 
evaluating and adjudicating tenders, the Preferential Procurement Policy is considered without 
compromising the requirements as per the advertisement. The municipality has, in compliance with 
the 

Supply Chain Management Policy and Treasury Regulations, established the three committees being 
Bid Specification Committee, Bid Evaluation Committee and Bid Adjudication Committee which sit 
regularly. 


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AUDITOR GENERAL FINDINGS 


The Constitution S188 (1) (b) states that the functions of the Auditor-General includes the auditing 
and reporting on the accounts, financial statements and financial management of all municipalities. 
The Municipal Systems Act section 45 states that the results of performance measurement must be 
audited annually by the Auditor-General. On this note Umzumbe Municipality was audited for the 
2012/2013 financial year by the Auditor General and got an unqualified audit opinion in the past 3 
financial years. The municipality however obtained a clean Audit for the 2013/14 financial year. The 
table below outlines the audit findings and correct measures to address raised findings with the 
timelines. 


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NO 

FINDING 

CORRECTIVE ACTION 

COMPLETION DATE 

PROGRESS 

RESPONSIBLE MANAGER 

ANNEXURE B: OTHER IMPORTANT MATTERS 

1 

Inconsistencies between the IDP, 
SDBIP and APR 

The IDP, SDBIP and APR will be reviewed 
regularly to ensure that there is consistency. 
All identified inconsistencies will be 

corrected. 

30 June 2015 

Addressed 

Manager: Development Planning 

2 

Incomplete tax invoices 

The relevant suppliers will be contacted 
and informed to change their invoices to 
ensure that they contain VAT registration 
numbers. All invoices will be reviewed for 
VAT compliance. 

31 January 2015 

Addressed 

Chief Financial Officer 

3 

Details of the Accounting 
officer not updated on SARS 
records 

SARS will be contacted and the accounting 
officer's details will be updated on the 
SARS system. 

31 January 2015 

Addressed 

Chief Financial Officer/Municipal 
manager 

4 

Interest and penalties not 
disclosed as fruitless and 
wasteful expenditure 

The matter will be followed up with SARS. 

31 March 2015 

Addressed 

Chief Financial Officer 


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NO 

FINDING 

CORRECTIVE ACTION 

COMPLETION DATE 

PROGRESS 

RESPONSIBLE MANAGER 

5 

Property, plant and 
equipment incorrectly 
classified as fair value 

The accounting policy in the notes to the 
AFS will be updated to indicate that in the 
absence of an acquisition date, these 
assets are recognized, fair valued, and 
added to the fixed asset register on the 
date that they were identified. 

30 June 2015 

Addressed 

Chief Financial Officer 

ANNEXURE C: ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS 


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4.4.2 MUNICIPAL FINANCIAL VIABILITY AND MANAGEMENT: SWOT ANALYSIS 


Strength 

Weakness 

• Adequate internal controls: expenditure and revenue 
management 

• Availability of policies (SCM, Asset Management, cash 
management etc.) 

• Sound financial position and management 

• High staff morale (dedication 

• Clean Audit Report 

• Functional SCM Committees 

• Limited human resource capacity (SCM) 

• Lack of expert on accounting information systems 

• Implementation of debt collection policy and revenue 
enhancement strategy 

Opportunities 

Threats 

• Revenue Enhancement 

• Property rates collection 

• Experienced skilled labour force 

• Predominantly grant dependent 

• Loss of skilled staff 

• Inadequate back-up system-potential loss of information 


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4.4.3 Challenges 


The Umzumbe Municipality has achieved Clean Audit for the 2013/2014 financial year but moreover 
committed to addressing all the issues raised by the Auditor General and aiming at continuously 
maintain the clean audit. The challenges in this key performance area are both direct and indirect as 
listed hereunder: 

• Electricity downtime 

• Limited office space for storage of files 

• Low revenue collection 

• Poor back up of data 

• Departments estimation of cost of goods/services on the requisitions 

• Late submission of requisitions 

• Late submission of HR input such as travel claims 

• Need for SCM database review 

• Departments not supplying documents timeously 

• Limited capacity in SCM unit 

4.4.4 What are we going to do to unlock and address our key challenges? 

• Implementation of sounds financial systems to improve the financial well-being of the 
municipality. 

• Improve the Information and telecommunication systems. 


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4.5 KPA 5: GOOD GOVERNANCE AND PUBLIC PARTICIPATION 


4.5.1 Situational Analysis: Good Governance and Public Participation 
GOOD GOVERNANCE 
Political Leadership 

Umzumbe Municipality's political governance is in a form of a Council with the Mayor serving as the head 
of the Executive Committee as well as the Portfolio for Finance and Corporate Services. As a Municipality, 
Umzumbe prides itself on having a woman Deputy Mayor who is a member of the Executive Committee 
and who also serves as a portfolio chairperson for the Infrastructure Committee. 

Umzumbe Local Municipality has 38 Councilors 15 are females and 23 are males. 19 of them are ward 
Councilors and 19 are Proportional representatives. 


Members 

Designation 

Responsibilities 

lit 

POLITICAL STRUCTURE 

MAYOR 

Cllr S.T. Gumede 

EXCO. Chair and Head 
FBCC Portfolio 

Committee 

Function 

In terms of Section 49 of Municipal Structures 
Act and Regulations 117 of 1998 the Executive 
Mayor presides at meetings of the executive 
committee; and performs the duties, including 
any ceremonial functions, and exercises the 
powers delegated to the mayor by municipal 
council or the executive committee. 

S56(2): The executive mayor must: 

• Identify the needs of the municipality, 

• Review and evaluate those needs in 
order of priority, 

• Recommend to the municipal council 
strategies, programmes and services to 
address priority needs through the 
integrated development plan, and the 
estimates of revenue and expenditure, 
taking into account any applicable 
national and provincial development 
plans; and 

• Recommend or determine the best way, 
including partnerships and other 
approaches, to deliver those strategies, 
programmes and services to the 
maximum benefit of the community. 

MFMAS54: 


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Members 


Designation 


Responsibilities 


a) Must provide general political guidance 
over the fiscal and financial affairs of 
the municipality; 

b) In providing such general political 
guidance, may monitor and, to the 
extent provided in this Act, oversee the 
exercise of responsibilities assigned in 
terms of this Act, the accounting officer 
and the chief financial officer, but may 
not interfere in the exercise of those 
responsibilities; 

c) Must take all reasonable steps to 
ensure that the municipality performs 
its constitutional and statutory 
functions within the limits of the 
municipality's approved budget; 

d) Must, within 30 days of the end of each 
quarter, submit a report to the council 
on the implementation of the budget 
and the financial state of affairs of the 
municipality; and 

e) Must exercise the other powers and 
perform the other duties assigned to 
the mayor in terms of this Act or 
delegated by the council to the mayor. 



DEPUTY MAYOR 

Cllr NY Mweshe 
Head: Infrastructure 

Portfolio Committee 


The Deputy Mayor exercises the powers and 
performs the duties of the mayor if the mayor is 
absent or not available or if the office of the 
mayor is vacant. The Mayor may delegate duties 
to the Deputy Mayor (Municipal Structures Act 
1998, S49). 


SPEAKER 

Cllr S.R. Ngcobo 
Chairperson of Council 


In terms of Section 37 of the Municipal 
Structures Act and Regulations 117 of 1998 The 
Speaker of a Municipal Council- 
Presides at meetings of the council. 

Performs the duties and exercises the powers 
delegated to the speaker in terms of section 59 
of the Local Government: Municipal Systems 
Act, 2000 (Act No. 32 of 2000). 


Must ensure that the council meets at least 
quarterly 


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Members 

Designation 

Responsibilities 



Must maintain orders during meetings 

Must ensure compliance in the council and 
council and council committees with the Code of 
Conduct set out in Schedule 1 of the Local 
Government: Municipal Systems Act, 2000 (Act 
No. 32 of 2000; and 

Must ensure that the council meetings are 
conducted in accordance with the rules and 
orders of the council. 


QN> v 

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T « n 

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EXECUTIVE 

COMMITTEE 

Cllr M.P Shozi 
Development Planning 
and Local Economic 
Development Portfolio 

Member of EXCO and chairperson of the 
Development Planning and LED Portfolio 
Committee. 



Cllr Y.L Duma 

Member of EXCO and Finance Portfolio 
Committee. 


Cllr J.P Mtambo 

Human Settlement 

portfolio 

Member of EXCO and chairperson Human 
Settlements Portfolio Committee. 


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Members 



Designation 

Responsibilities 

ClIrM Ndlovu 

Member of EXCO and chairperson of the 
Development Planning and LED Portfolio 
Committee 

Cllr M.P.L. Zungu 
Community Services 

Portfolio 

Member of EXCO and chairperson of Social and 
Community Services Portfolio Committee. 



4.5.2 National and Provincial Programmes 
Special Programmes 

In aligning our municipality with the transcripts that govern Co-operative Governance and 
Intergovernmental Relations, there are structures that had been established that involve different 
stakeholders in every respective structure or forum. In relation to HIV&AIDS matters, the municipality 
does have an Umzumbe Local AIDS Council, which is under the chairmanship of the Mayor. 

The sector departments deal with issues of HIV&AIDS at local level. On a quarterly basis this structure 
meets discussing programmes and projects to be implemented by each stakeholder. NGO council and 
Gender Committees reside with the office of the Deputy Mayor wherein they also engage on gender 
programmes, senior citizens, and children programmes. 


Disability community found their space within the municipality through their disability structure which 
not functioning quite well. Youth Committee is in place being chaired by the Speaker of the council. It 
looks in all the youth matters that are informed by different youth formations. 


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Operation Sukhuma-Sakhe 


The Operation Sukuma Sakhe Programme (OSSP), formerly known as the Flagship, Social Cluster 
Programme (War on Poverty), was introduced to the Ugu District in 2009. In introducing the programme, 
the KwaZulu Natal Office of the Premier gave a mandate to all districts, to ensure that the following is in 
place, to ensure successful implementation of the OSSP. 

At the local municipal level Umzumbe municipality plays a coordination role to ensure all departments 
when providing service delivery provides it in an integrated approach. Thus ensuring the different 
government departments work together to address the social ills and service backlogs that are existing 
within our communities. Umzumbe municipality with its 19 wards has established wall rooms in all its 
wards with only 17 of these wall rooms functional. Only 2 of the wall rooms are not fully functional. 
Wall rooms within the municipality meet on a Wednesdays and Thursdays sitting a total of four times a 
ward per month which equals to forty eight times per annum. All the departments participate equally in 
the wall rooms except for departments such as Community Liaison, Economic Development, Justice and 
Constitutional Development, Treasury, and Water Affairs and Forestry. 


Operation Clean Audit and Back-to-Basics 

The municipality has taken operation Clean Audit very seriously whereby the council and administrative 
leadership have made commitment in ensuring sound financial management and performance 
management which culminated in the municipality obtaining clean audit opinion for the 2013/2014 
financial year. Furthermore, the municipality is participating in the Back to Basics Programme launched 
by the president and send monthly reports to the Department of Cooperative Governance and 
Traditional Affairs. The municipality will be reporting on all five pillars being public participation, 
infrastructure, municipal governance, municipal finance, and Municipal Administration, Performance & 
Capacity Building. 

Status of IGR Structure 

Munimec is where mayors meet with the Premier and the MEC's of the province in discussing issues that 
affects the municipalities. The meetings are convened by parastatals such as ESKOM to discuss on issues 
relating infrastructure backlogs and plans. Provincial Disaster Forum serves as a basis in dealing with 
disaster issues within the province wherein the district municipalities and their municipalities are also 


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represented. The Department of Provincial Treasury on request assisted the municipality on supply chain 
management matters; the understanding of the section 71 report for Councilors and managers was done 
through the workshop. 

Even though the municipality does not have IGR Policy in place, however it is highly involved in IGR 
structures that exist such as District Coordinating Committees, CFOs Forums (provincial and District 
level), Mayors forum, Municipal Managers Forum, IDP Forum (local and District), District Planners 
Forum, Provincial Planning Law Forum. 

Community Works Programme (CWP) 

The Community Work Programme (CWP) is a government programme aimed at tackling poverty and 
unemployment. The programme provides an employment safety net by giving participants a minimum 
number of regular days of work, typically two days a week or eight days a month, thus providing a 
predictable income stream. 

The CWP was initiated by the Second Economy Strategy Project, an initiative of the Presidency located 
in Trade and Industrial Policy Strategies (TIPS), a policy research non-governmental organisation (NGO). 
In 2007, a pilot programme to test the approach was implemented under the auspices of a partnership 
between the Presidency and the Department for Social Development, which established a Steering 
Committee and provided oversight. 

In Umzumbe there is a total of 1500 participants and the program is implemented in 12 wards namely 
ward 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12, 15, 16, 17, 18 and 19. The program started in 2009 and has been flourishing 
ever since. Umzumbe plays a monitoring and coordination role through the reference committee where 
all stakeholders sit. The programme includes teacher aid, working with schools, road maintenance, 
setting up food gardens for poverty alleviation as well as home based care. 


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4.5.3 Functionality of Committees 
Audit Committee 


An Audit Committee is a committee appointed in terms the Municipal Finance Management Act Section 
166(1) which requires that each municipality must have an audit committee. In-terms of Section 166(2); 
this Audit Committee is an independent advisory body which must advise the municipal council, the 
political office-bearers, the accounting officer and the management staff of the municipality on matters 
relating to: 

• internal financial control and internal audits; 

• risk management; 

• accounting policies; 

• the adequacy, reliability and accuracy of financial reporting and information; 

• performance management; 

• effective governance; 

• compliance with this Act, the annual Division of Revenue Act and any other applicable 
legislation; 

• performance evaluation; and 

• any other issues referred to it by the municipality or municipal entity. 

At present, Umzumbe has four external independent members and of the members are /were not 
councillors. The Audit Committee included the following members listed hereunder. These members 
were appointed by UGU Council to serve on a shared service serving local municipalities within the 
district. This committee executes its functions as displayed on the MFMA as well as the Audit Committee 
Charter. This audit committee meets regularly to execute the above depicted functions. Details of the 
external members and their appointment dates are as follows: 


NAME OF MEMBER 

QUALIFICATIONS 

APPOINTED 

Mr Paul Preston 

BA LLB 

01/07/2010 

Ms Chantel Elliott 

B.Com(Hons), CA(SA) 

01/02/2011 

Mr Imraan Lockhat 

B.Com(Hons), CA(SA) 

01/02/2011 

Mr Innocent Bheki Dladla 


01/06/2015 


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In ensuring the functionality of Internal Audit Unit of the municipality, the Audit Committee plays the 
monitoring and supervising roles to ensure effective function of the internal audit which include: 

• evaluating performance, independence and effectiveness of internal audit and external service 
providers through internal audit; 

• review the effectiveness of the internal controls and to consider the most appropriate system 
for the effective operation of its business; and 

• Initiating investigations within its scope, e.g. employee fraud, misconduct or conflict of interest. 

Bid Committees 

The municipality has in terms of Municipal Finance Management Act of 2003, Municipal Finance 
Management Regulations of 2005 and Supply Chain Management Policy; established three bid 
committees namely Bid Specification Committee, Bid Evaluation Committee and Bid Adjudication 
Committee. The committees convene relatively well to ensure that whereby Bid Specifications 
Committee is scheduled to on Mondays, Bid Evaluation Committee on Tuesdays and Bid Adjudication 
Committee sitting on Mondays and Thursdays. However it is acknowledged that the committees to do 
not sit as regularly as it is expected due to the small size of the municipality and the numerous 
responsibilities conferred on to the members of the committees. 

Ward Committees 

In compliance with the provisions of Municipal Structures Act and Regulations (Act No. 117) of 1998, the 
municipality has established 19 ward committees across all its wards and each one of them is constituted 
by 10 committee members. The significance of these committees is that public participation is conducted 
on the grass root level whereby issues that are affecting the community are discussed robustly with the 
stakeholders from sector departments. The report from these committees are submitted to council for 
further discussions. The municipality makes provisions in its annual budget to ensure that the ward 
committee members receive stipends, and thus enabling them to perform their duties without 
hindrance. The challenge is that some of the ward committees do not convene meetings regularly as 
scheduled. 


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Portfolio Committees 


Umzumbe Local Municipality has 19 Portfolio committees which are established in terms of Section 60 
Municipal Structures Act (Act No. 117) of 1998 to assist council perform its responsibilities. Following 
the reshuffling of the departments where LED unit was removed from Social Development and Local 
Economic Department to merge with Development Planning, the portfolio committees were also 
restructured. The Corporate Services was removed from Finance to be a stand-alone portfolio 
committee, LED was also removed from Infrastructure and LED Portfolio Committee to be merged with 
Development Planning and LED Portfolio Committee. The committees sit regularly as per municipal 
rooster. Below is a list of reconfigured portfolio committees and their functions. 


No 

Municipal Committees 

Functions of Committee 

1 

Executive Committee 
(EXCO) 

Ensures that the municipality; 

• Provides democratic and accountable government for 
the community of Umzumbe. 

• Promotes social and economic development 

• Promotes health and safety environment. 

• Provides services in a sustainable manner to the 
community of Umzumbe. 

• Ensures that administration, budgeting and planning 
process of the municipality meet the requirements of 
Section 153 (a) of the Constitutions. 

• Oversees the execution of national and provincial 
functions performed by municipality in accordance with 
funds provided by relevant government. 

• It comprises of seven Councilors including the Mayor and 
Deputy Mayor. 

• It reviews and identifies community needs in order of 
priority. 

• Managing the drafting of IDP, Budget and SDBIP and 
submit to full Council for adoption. 

• Refers decisions to Council with or without resolutions. 


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No 

Municipal Committees 

Functions of Committee 

2 

Social and Community 
Services Portfolio 

Committee 

• The objective of the Community Services Committee is 
to assist the Executive committee to promote a healthy 
environment by: 

• Advising on legislation, prevention and enforcement 
mechanisms, which are within the financial and 
administrative capacity of the municipality; 

• Overseeing the enforcement of municipal bylaws and 
other applicable laws by municipal employees and 
functionaries in order to ensure that municipal 
employees and functionaries involved in law 
enforcement are accountable to a democratically 
elected body; 

• Overseeing certain municipal services, including health, 
cultural, cleansing and maintenance services; and 

• To pay attention to educational and welfare services in 
general as they apply to the entire municipality. 

3 

Development Planning 
and Local Economic 
Development Portfolio 
Committee 

• Encourage the involvement of the entire municipal 
community, its bodies; stakeholders and institutions in 
matters of local government. 

• Participate in National and Provincial programmes 

• Promote Integrated Development Planning (IDP) 

• Consider reports to EXCO for preparations of Land Use 
Management Plan, subdivisions of land; PMS etc. 

• Planning Committee may consider all matters of a policy 
nature. 

• Promotes the implementation of LED and IDP. 

• Assists in providing funding for local business services 
enters. 

• Promotes local economic development programmes. 

4 

Human Settlements 
Portfolio Committee 

• Deliberate on issues to ensure integrated sustainable 
human settlements 

• Oversees rendering of services in historically 
disadvantaged areas. 

• Consults with traditional Leaders on matters of the 
economic development. 

• Report to EXCO. 

• Consist of seven members. 


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No 

Municipal Committees 

Functions of Committee 

5 

Finance Committee 

• Administers the capital and operational budget of the 
municipality. 

• Advises the EXCO on all legislation relating to billing, 
rating and taxation; insurance, banking and investments; 
grants in aid etc. 

• Oversees Financial Statements, general financial 
reporting; 

• Advises EXCO on obtaining proper legal services for the 
municipality; acquisition and provision of municipal 
office; implementation and maintenance of an approved 
maintenance system. 

6 

Corporate Services 
Portfolio Committee 

• The committee deals with issues around the human 

resources, administration. Information and Communication 
Technology, capacity building (employees and councillors), 
acquisition of assets and fleet management, security, and 
legal services. 

7 

Youths Development 
Portfolio Committee 

• Oversee and spearhead youth development programmes 
and deal with the issues that are affecting the youth in 
general. 

8 

Labour Local Forum 
(LLF) 

• Deals with labour related matters. 

9 

MPAC 

• Help Council to hold executive and the municipal 
administration to account and ensure the efficient and 
effective use of municipal resources. 

• Carrying out investigations into financial matters as Council 
may request. 

• Discuss and advise the MPAC on reliability of information 
submitted by the administration. 

10 

Local AIDS Council (LAC) 

• The committee champions the programmes that are aimed 
at assisting people living with HIV and AIDS and those that 
prevent new infections. 

11 

Local Disaster 
Management Advisory 
Forum 

• The forum deals with issues around disaster matters. 

12 

Infrastructure Portfolio 
Committee 

• Champion and play an oversight role on the infrastructure 
development programmes 

• Oversees the provision of basic services to poor 
households. 

13 

Integrated 

Development Planning 
Forum 

• The forum is established by the Municipality in terms of 
Chapter 4 of Municipal Systems Act, (Act No. 32) of 2000 to 
deal with the strategic planning of the municipality. 

• The forum is made up of various stakeholders to discuss 
and prioritize development programmes and projects from 
national and provincial government, district as well as local 
municipality. 


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4.5.4 Established Structures 


To further enhance public participation and deepening democracy, the municipality has established 
various structures to raise and device amicable solutions to deal with social ills affecting the society. The 
structures are Disability Forum, NGOs Forum, Pastors Forum, Men's Forum and Gender Forum. 

4.5.5 Public Participation (Communications Strategy) 

As clearly asserted in the sections of the MSA section 17(2), Umzumbe Municipality has a clear public 
participation strategy as well as Communication Strategy. Both strategies seek to address the 
accountability. As a process of public participation IDP & Budget road shows were conducted in the 3rd 
quarter of the financial cycle. These initiatives gave communities a platform to raise their needs as well 
as their suggestions to the municipality. Mayoral Izimbizos were the vehicle in communicating progress 
on what has been promised by the council during its budget road shows. The ward committee 
functionality gave the municipality to advance and process community needs. 

The municipality has, however, managed to establish fully functional public participation structures. The 
Ward Committees are functioning in all the Wards; CDWs continue to play a very supportive role to Ward 
Committees; IDP Representative Forum is fully functional; mayoral izimbizo and IDP roadshows are 
proving to be effective. 

The municipality develops a clear process plan at the beginning of each financial year to outline 
steps dealing with IDP and Budget matters, and it also published on local newspapers and 
municipal website for comments. During the review of the IDP, a draft IDP was taken to public for 
comments and placed in strategic areas within the municipality area of jurisdiction, for members of 
community to comment and make meaningful contributions. The draft IDP was place at the following 
community facilities: Morrison Post, Mehlomnyama Police Station, Assisi Clinic, Dweshula Clinic, 
Ophepheni Information Centre, ward 7 Community Hall, Umzumbe Municipal Offices, Mgai Clinic and 
social welfare, Kwa Smith, Ward 19 Government offices, Ziyabenya Car wash. Junction ward 6 
(KwaMrek), Joyisi ward 7, Mgomeni High, Bambumoya Ward 2 and Mtwalume High Clinic. 

Once a month ward committees meetings were held to discuss developmental issues. On a quarterly 
base IDP Rep Forums are held which were attended by various stakeholders. 


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The Office of the Speaker co-ordinates public participation meetings of communities and those of Ward 
Committees meetings are also held regularly to deliberate on developmental matters of the municipality 
as well as ensuring proper reporting. The public participation policy has been reviewed and awaiting final 
adoption by council. 

4.5.6 Council adoption of Municipal Policies 

For the 2014/2015 financial the municipality has committed to ensure that the following committees are 
adopted so as to beef up internal controls: 

• Marketing strategy, 

• Communication Strategy, 

• SCM Policy review, 

• Catering policy, 

• Asset Management Policy, 

• Fleet Management Policy, 

• Leave Policy, 

• Succession Plan, 

• Health and Safety Plan, 

• Indigent Policy review, 

• Town Planning Tariff Policy. 

4.5.7 Council Adopted By-Laws 

Municipal by-laws are public regulatory laws which apply in a certain area. The main difference between 
a by-law and a law passed by a national/federal or regional/state body is that a bylaw is made by a non- 
sovereign body, which derives its authority from another governing body, and can only be made on a 
limited range of matters. A local municipal gets its power to pass laws through a law of the national or 
regional government which specifies what things the town or city may regulate through bylaws. It is 
therefore a form of delegated legislation. 

Within its jurisdiction and specific to those areas mandated by the higher body, a municipal by-law is no 
different than any other law of the land, and can be enforced with penalties, challenged in court and 
must comply with other laws of the land, such as the country's constitution. Municipal bylaws are often 
enforceable through the public justice system, and offenders can be charged with a criminal offence for 
breach of a bylaw. The municipality is anticipating to develop a sets of by-laws to assist in the 

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implementation of the newly promulgated Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act (Act No. 16) 
of 2013, however due to financial constraints the municipality might have to source funding elsewhere 
to see to it that the by-laws are developed, promulgated and implemented. 


4.5.8 Good Governance and Public Participation SWOT Analysis 


Strength 

Weaknesses 

• Participation in the IGR structures (Minmec, 
MM's Forum, CFO, Planners etc.) 

• Strong political and administrative oversight 
(Council, EXCO, Portfolio Committee). 

• Well established and constituted portfolio 
committees. 

• Developed rooster to ensure regular sitting of 
portfolio committees and council. 

• Ability to roll-out national and provincial 
programmes. 

• Functionality of audit committees and 
oversight structures (MPAC, Audit Committee, 
Internal Audit, PMS). 

• Availability of Bid Committees. 

• Established public participation mechanism. 

• Capacity to develop and review policies in- 
house. 

• Attendance of Amakhosi within the Council 

• Insufficient budget to roll-out programmes and 
projects identified during public participation 

• Insufficient monitoring tools of the developed 
policies 

• Lack of capacity to develop by-laws 

• Coordination of planning with sector 
departments 

• Non-regular sitting and reporting of ward 
committee structures 

• Inability to review policies timeously 

Opportunities 

Threats 

• Collaboration between political and 
administrative leadership, and civil society 
deepens democracy 

• Established public participation mechanisms 
create a conducive environment for 
collaborative and communicative planning. 

• The rolling out of national and provincial 
programmes provide opportunities to address 
some of the social ills and eradicate absolute 
poverty. 

• Job opportunities are also being created by 
programmes like CWP, EPWP. 

• Participation in the structures as IGR and 
Operation Sukhuma Sakhe provide better 
solutions to fast-track the delivery of basic 
services to the poor. 

• Community needs outstrip municipal budget 
(high backlog) 

• Insufficient participation of Amakhosi in the 
municipal affairs 

• Poor participation of sector departments 

• High illiteracy rate within the municipality 
poses a serious challenge to public 
participation. 

• Poor accessibility to some of the municipal 

areas 


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• Developed by-laws promote good governance, 
have a potential to attract investment, and 
create job opportunities. 


4.5.9 Key Challenges 

• Insufficient budget to roll-out programmes and projects identified during public participation 

• Insufficient monitoring tools of the developed policies 

• Lack of capacity to develop by-laws 

• Coordination of planning with sector departments 

• Non-regular sitting and reporting of ward committee structures 

• Inability to review policies timeously 

• Community needs outstrip municipal budget (high backlog) 

• Insufficient participation of Amakhosi in the municipal affairs 

• Poor participation of sector departments 

• High illiteracy rate within the municipality poses a serious challenge to public participation. 

• Poor accessibility to some of the municipal areas 


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4.6 KPA 6: CROSS CUTTING INTERVENTIONS (SPATIAL ANALYSIS, ENVIRONMENT 
MANAGEMENT, AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT) 

4.6.1 Strategic Planning /Spatial Planning / Land Use Management 

STRATEGIC PLANNING 

As asserted in section 23(1) of the MSA, Umzumbe Municipality has a clear objective to ensure the 
undertaking of a developmentally- oriented planning, as set out in section 152 and 153 of the 
Constitution. The municipality is currently implementing the 2014/15 Integrated Development Plan in 
alignment with the municipal 5 Year IDP, provincial, district and national policy. Section 34 of the MSA 
further requires that a municipal council review its integrated development plan annually. The 
municipality is in the process planning stages for the implementation of the adopted 2015/16 Integrated 
Development Plan and Annual Budget. 

SPATIAL PLANNING 

In terms of Section 26 (e) of the MSA, states that an integrated development plan must reflect a spatial 
development framework which must include the provision of basic guidelines for a land use 
management system for the municipality. 

The Provincial Growth and Development Strategy for KwaZulu-Natal, classifies the Umzumbe area, and 
more specifically the St Faiths area, as a quaternary node. These nodes should provide service to the 
local economy and community needs. In addition, it is also identified as a priority intervention area, 
where short- term concentration and coordination of public interventions are required. 

This means that the area requires social, economic and agricultural investment. 

Almost the entire municipal area is classified as an area that requires social investment and service 
delivery. This can be attributed to the rural character of the area. In addition, a large portion is classified 
as an agricultural investment area, with the coastal area as an economic support area. An important 
secondary corridor connects St Faiths to Ixopo in the north and Port Shepstone in the southeast. The 
coastal area is also connected to economic hub of eThekwini on the north, via a primary corridor (N2). 


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LAND USE MANAGEMENT 


The recently promulgated Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act (Act No. 16) of 2013 and the 
KwaZulu-Natal Planning & Development Act (Act No. 6) of 2008 require that all municipalities adopt a 
wall-to-wall scheme of its entire municipal jurisdiction and align with the municipal Spatial Development 
Framework. As part of SPLUMA implementation Umzumbe Municipality is currently embarking on the 
processes of establishing a wall-to-wall scheme. The project commenced during the 2014/15 financial 
year and will take 18 months to complete. 

The SPLUMA requires that municipality's form Municipal Planning Tribunals to facilitate as a decision 
making body's on land use applications and appeals made on the application. The Municipality can 
decide on whether to go for a Joint Municipal Planning Tribunals between two or more other 
municipalities or participate in the District Municipal Planning Tribunal. In the 2014/15 financial year 
Umzumbe Municipality opted to be part of a Joint Municipal Planning Tribunal with Umdoni and 
Vulamehlo Municipality. The Implementation dates for SPLUMA is July 2015. The Development Planning 
Unit of the three municipalities will facilitate the call for nominations for members to sit in the Municipal 
Planning Tribunal as required by the SPLUMA. 

4.6.2 DISASTER MANAGEMENT 

The Disaster Management Section has been able to accomplish most of the tasks set out to do 
in the financial year. The accomplishments are progressive and give direction to the section with 
projections of a section that has a great potential to establish itself as a unit. Programs that 
were implemented this year were more into the community involvement in issues of Disaster 
Management e.g. identification of risks that render our communities vulnerable to disasters, 
awareness campaigns on identified risks like fires, strengthening the volunteer program, etc. To 
follow are the programs and projects that were implemented, successes and challenges met 
and how those were approached and dealt with. 


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RISK ASSESSMENT 


Risk Profile of the Umzumbe Local Municipality 

The following disaster risks were identified during a risk assessment process conducted throughout 
the Umzumbe municipality in 2007/2008: Risks requiring risk reduction plans 

• Fire 

• Severe weather (Floods, Drought, Wind storms. Tornados) 

• Flazardous accidents 

Risks requiring preparedness plans 

• Fire 

• Drought 

• Floods 

• Snow 

• Flazardous Material Accidents 

• Tornados 

• Diseases such as: HIV / Aids; TB; Cholera 

Priority risks 

• Fire 

• Flood 

• Severe Weather (Snow, Tornado) 

• Flazardous Materials Incidents (especially road accidents) 

The above lists exhibit the types of disasters that might occur within the area of the Umzumbe Local 
Municipality and their possible effects. The communities at risk can be derived from the risk lists, and 
are also shown in the risk assessment that was conducted for the area. The detailed risk analysis and 
risk descriptions are provided in the risk assessment annexure. 


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RISK REDUCTION AND PREVENTION 


The risk reduction plans outlined in this document and its annexures which are implementable must be 
considered for inclusion within the IDP projects of the municipality and if included must be budgeted for 
in terms of the operating and capital budgets of the municipality. 

Each project should be evaluated to determine which municipal department can lead its 
implementation. When a lead department is assigned through consensus in the DMAF, such a lead 
department must manage all planning and budgeting processes for said project. 

The Disaster Management department of the Umzumbe Municipality must assist in this regard. Where 
the proposed project falls outside the mandate of the municipality, the municipality should establish a 
lobbying and monitoring mechanism to motivate the need for the project in the correct governmental 
or societal sector and to track progress on the project. 

It is anticipated that many projects will need to be executed on a partnership level, and in such cases 
the department of the municipality responsible for service delivery partnerships should take the lead 
with support from the Umzumbe Disaster Management team. 

RISK REDUCTION CAPACITY FOR THE UMZUMBE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY 

The organizational structure for risk reduction within the municipality includes Umzumbe Local 
Management, the Disaster Management Advisory Forum (when established), the Interdepartmental 
Disaster Management Committee, the nodal points for disaster management within municipal 
departments the district disaster management, District disaster management, departmental and local 
municipal planning groups, risk reduction project teams and preparedness planning groups. The total 
structure of the municipality, with every member of personnel and every resource should also be 
committed to disaster risk reduction. Ongoing capacity building programmes will be required to ensure 
the availability of adequate capacity for risk reduction. 


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RESPONSE AND RECOVERY 


Preparedness plans 

Preparedness plans have been compiled through a participative process and have not been vetted in 
terms of practical execution. 

Preparedness capacity for the Umzumbe Local Municipality 

The organizational structure for preparedness within the municipality includes Umzumbe Disaster 
Management, the Disaster Management Advisory Forum (when established) , the Interdepartmental 
Disaster Management Committee, the nodal points for disaster management within municipal 
departments and local municipalities within the district, departmental and local municipal planning 
groups, preparedness planning groups, Joint Response & Relief Management Teams, Recovery & 
Rehabilitation Project Teams, and the Umzumbe Emergency Control Group (when established). 

The total structure of the municipality, with every member of personnel and every resource can 
potentially form part of preparedness capacity. Ongoing capacity building programmes will be required 
to ensure the availability of adequate capacity for disaster preparedness. The Umzumbe Emergency 
Control Group is responsible for the operational procedures associated with day-to-day operational 
response to emergencies by municipal departments. The Umzumbe Emergency Control Group and the 
Umzumbe Interdepartmental Disaster Management Committee are jointly responsible for the 
emergency management policy framework and organization that will be utilized to mitigate any 
significant emergency or disaster affecting the municipality. 

Response and recovery 

During response and recovery operations the relevant disaster preparedness plans of the municipality 
will be executed by the disaster management structures. 

The Disaster Management section has been capacitated with the appointment of the 2 Fire Fighters, 
with a further 5 appointments anticipated under the graduate programme 


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DISASTER MANAGEMENT PROJECTS 


Due to natural disasters and nature of roads the municipality is obliged to implement programmes to 
rehabilitate roads and bridges affected by natural disasters. The table below comprises of roads which 
will undergo rehabilitation during the 2015/16 financial year. 


Road Names 

Kilometers 

Makhwqa access road 

1 km 

Guqhuka access road 

1.5 km 

Manaka Bridge 

Construction 


4.6.3 ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS 
BIODIVERSITY 

Environmental sensitivity is a measure of how easy it is to inflict damage on a particular area or produce 
serious consequences from actions on a limited scale. The inherent sensitivity (potential) of a resource 
is its ability to sustain the ecological goods and services it provides and/or whether the resource has the 
ability to absorb more change/impact. Sensitivity informs the opportunities and constraints for 
development. For example, low sensitivity presents high development potential or high sensitivity 
presents low development potential. 

All the remaining rivers in Umzumbe as well as the land and the smaller stream networks in their sub- 
quaternary catchments are also sensitive to change, albeit to varying degrees. They have all been 
identified as national priorities for conserving South Africa's freshwater ecosystems and supporting 
sustainable use of water resources. 

TERRESTRIAL BIODIVERSITY PRIORITIES 

The status of vegetation types informs the spatial delineation of priorities for conservation. For example, 
the grassland biome, which is represented by three grassland vegetation types, has been classified 
nationally as 'critically endangered', while the forests occurring in Umzumbe have been classified as 
'endangered'. Most of the remaining vegetation in the area has been classified as 'vulnerable' to 
extinction. 

The map below illustrates priorities for conserving within Ugu District terrestrial biodiversity from 
Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife. These priorities are known as Critical Biodiversity Areas (CBAs) 


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Map: Critical Biodiversity Areas 



CBA and ESA Categories 
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Critically endangered vegetation types occur in areas that have been identified by the previous 
Umzumbe SDF for agricultural development, land reform and town establishment. 

Considering the low development potential in the area, it is likely that development in Umzumbe will 
have significant adverse impacts on biodiversity. This is a strategic conflict that, if not resolved, will 
secure "unsustainability" or "weak sustainability" in Umzumbe. 

BIO DIVERSITY CORRIDORS 

The spatial distribution of environmental bio-diversity areas of significance is considered vital to provide 
the spatial framework for future spatial development planning, particularly indicating those areas where 
development needs to be avoided or at best, carefully managed. This spatial structuring principle 
focuses on conserving the core biodiversity areas (wetlands, flood plains, steep slopes and special 
sensitive bio-diversity areas) where no development should take place and emphasizes importance of 
the biodiversity corridors (buffer areas) which should link those core areas together. These assets 
perform a substantial and significant role in conserving biodiversity as well protecting the quality of life 
of the residents of Umzumbe. 

BIODIVERSITY MANAGEMENT 

The Biodiversity Management Strategy for the area will seek to achieve the following outcomes: 

• Reduction in the rate of ecosystem and species extinction in Umzumbe. 

• Biodiversity assets are protected to secure a sustained supply of ecosystem goods and services 
over time. 

• The ability to secure the ecosystem goods and services upon which future communities must 
build their livelihoods will require short-term responses. This is challenging in a "pro poor" 
policy environment where an eco-centric approach to development is neither applicable nor 
achievable. 

• However, there are limits to change and the reality is that Umzumbe contains vast areas of 
critically endangered, endangered and vulnerable ecosystems, which need some level of 
protection. These areas represent the key strategic development conflict of the SDF and it will 


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require responses to satisfy national policy priorities. The following activities should be 
strengthened: 


• Participation in the National Protected Area Expansion Strategy with a focus on the area 
adjacent to the UMzimkhulu River 

• More detailed spatial linkage plans for core areas where critical biodiversity areas occur. 

• Applying appropriately restrictive zoning categories for ecologically important areas 

• Adhering to regulatory requirements (i.e. NEMA Listing Notice 3) for development that is 
proposed within critical biodiversity areas 

• There may be opportunities in this situation in that the municipality can harness benefits 
presented by threatened ecosystems for local economic development, for example: 

• Accessing national and provincial intervention programmes to implement IDP projects with 
biodiversity benefits, linked to management of threatened ecosystems (such as clearing of 
invasive aliens through Working for Water, or other forms of rehabilitation (e.g. through 
Working for Wetlands, Land Care, Coast Care etc.). 

HYDROLOGY 

The Umzumbe Municipal Area falls within the Mvoti to Mzimkulu Water Management Area (WMA 11). 
The drainage patterns in the area follow the topography. The area comprises two primary water 
catchments (Map 13). The south western parts of the area are drained by the Mzimkhulu River and its 
tributaries. The eastern portion is drained by a network of primary rivers and their tributaries, including 
the Mhlabatshane River, the KwaMalukaka- Mzumbe River, the Mzimayi/Mfazazana River, and the 
QuiaMtwalume-uMgeni Rivers, which drains excess water towards the coast. 

Runoff fed directly or indirectly by precipitation continuously carves and forms the features in the 
landscape. It creates different moisture environments, which in turn give rise to different plant habitats. 
These formative processes and their effects on the landscape must be taken into account in spatial 
planning. 


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The "KZN High Water Yield Zone" indicated on the map is an important sub-quaternary catchment 
where mean annual runoff is at least three times more than the average for the related primary 
catchment. It is also a freshwater ecosystem priority area 

AIR QUALITY 

The quality of the air in Umzumbe is good. This can be ascribed to the rural nature of the area, with low 
densities of motor vehicles and no heavy industries that can contribute to a marked decrease in air 
quality. Air pollution is most likely to be associated with the burning of sugar cane, fuel wood and 
fugitive dust emissions generated from unpaved roads. 

COASTAL MANAGEMENT 

This strategic overlay zone incorporates the quaternary catchment boundaries of the four main rivers 
and estuaries in the coastal strip. 

It is an area with high resource sensitivity and high development pressure with the likelihood of potential 
development conflict. The main concern in this zone is the potential impact of the SDF proposal to 
develop Turton as a centre for the coordination of development within Umzumbe and the expectation 
to utilize this area for coastal tourism. The receiving environment contains sensitive environmental 
attributes and is subject to unsustainable land use practices. It is also an area of high flood risk that may 
affect people and the environment. More detailed spatial planning is required for this area. 

People in Umzumbe use the coastal environment for fishing, harvesting of marine animals and plants, 
and recreation. The municipality also identified the coast as a potential opportunity for promoting 
tourism. This resource must therefore be protected from harm in order to ensure that continued use of 
these resources can be guaranteed over time. 

An integrated coastal management approach means that the following features should be reflected 
spatially in the SDF and must be used to inform the desired patterns of land use. 

CLIMATE CHANGE 

This policy relates to the sustainability issues that have emerged from the SDF process, as it relates to 
and impacts on climate change. Umzumbe is an area that is highly sensitive and vulnerable to climate 
change, due to the high degree of natural variability in climate, and regular climate extreme events that 
are already affecting the inhabitants of Umzumbe negatively. 


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The high levels and densities of poverty in Umzumbe in combination with the existing levels of 
degradation and the flood hazard record constitute a high level of sensitivity and vulnerability for the 
resource-poor people in the area. 

In an attempt to mitigate the effect of climate change and the vulnerability of the people of Umzumbe, 
the following actions are required: 

• Delineate and map areas with high flood risk; 

• Develop a risk reduction strategy that is aimed at relocating settlements that reside in high flood 
risk areas; 

• Relocating settlements that reside in floodplain areas; 

• Empowering traditional leaders in respect of the consequences of allocating land for 
settlements in flood risk areas; 

• Prohibit development of land on steep slopes -specifically areas steeper than 1:3; 

• Prohibit development where the land is in the opinion of the Municipality otherwise affected 
by virtue of soil instability, liability to flooding, inaccessibility or topography; Coastal erosion 
must be avoided and managed. 

STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT 

A Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) was undertaken as part of the Umzumbe Spatial 
Development Framework (SDF) in order to give effect to the Municipal Planning and Performance 
Regulations 

(2001) that requires inter alia that, furthermore the Environmental Section within our municipality with 
the assistance of the Department of Environmental Affairs are currently working on an Environmental 
Management Framework (EMF) for the entire jurisdiction of the municipal boundary. 

"A spatial development framework reflected in a municipality's integrated development plan must 
contain a strategic assessment of the environmental impact of the spatial development framework". 

The primary reason for this legal requirement is to give effect to Chapter 5 of the National Environmental 
Management Act (1998) which deals with Integrated Environmental Management (lEM).The purpose of 
the Umzumbe SEA was therefore to integrate the objective of IEM into the process of developing the 


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Umzumbe SDF and into the hierarchy of decisions which may follow the SDF in order to ensure that all 
future actions and activities in the municipal area promote sustainability. 

The primary purpose of this section is to evaluate the sustainability of the SDF as required by the project 
terms of reference. The aim of the evaluation is to confirm that the SDF is compliant with the MSA 
Regulations as indicted above and that it contributes positively towards sustainability in the 
institutional, economic, social and ecological dimensions across sectors. As such the report contains the 
following information to strengthen the draft SDF: 

• A summary of the process that was followed to integrate the objective of IEM into the SDF; 

• A sustainability framework which forms part of the SDF; 

• A spatial environmental framework; and 

• An implementation framework. 

SPATIAL & ENVIRONMENTAL TRENDS & ANALYSIS 

Factors dictating and directing spatial planning in Umzumbe all, basically, relates to the rural nature of 
the area and the fact that the majority of the municipal area are Traditional Authority land. Rural 
settlements have different dynamics, which has certain implications for spatial planning that is ignored 
easily by high-level development plans and IDP's. It is imperative that the Umzumbe SDF responds to 
the rural dynamics of the area, in order to make the SDF a functional and useful spatial planning tool. 

Rural settlements have to respond to a range of factors including topographical features, access to 
natural resources, livelihood strategies, access to basic services and road infrastructure. With the 
current national government emphasis on rural development, and the mandatory introduction of land 
use schemes in rural areas in terms of the KZN PDA, it has become imperative to base spatial planning 
in these areas on informed understanding of spatial dynamics, trends and patterns. Also critical is the 
relationship between these settlements and other key structuring elements. 

The above map illustrates Ugu District priorities for conserving South Africa's terrestrial biodiversity. 
These priorities are known as Critical Biodiversity Areas (CBAs). 

Critically endangered vegetation types occur in areas that have been identified by the previous 
Umzumbe SDF for agricultural development, land reform and town establishment. 


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Considering the low development potential in the area, it is likely that development in Umzumbe will 
have significant adverse impacts on biodiversity. This is a strategic conflict that, if not resolved, will 
secure "unsustainability" or "weak sustainability" in Umzumbe. 

INLAND AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS 

Freshwater ecosystems refer to all inland water bodies whether fresh or saline, including rivers, lakes, 
wetlands, subsurface waters and estuaries. Inland waters are a resource under threat in South Africa. 

All the rivers within the municipal jurisdiction area have been identified as national priorities for 
conserving South Africa's freshwater ecosystems and supporting sustainable use of water resources. 
These priorities are known as Freshwater Ecosystem Priority Areas or FEPAs and they were identified 
for each Water Management Area in the country based on a range of criteria dealing with the 
maintenance of key ecological processes and the conservation of ecosystem types and species 
associated with rivers, wetlands and estuaries 1 . 

The Mzimkhulu River is classified as a "free-flowing flagship river" which means it flows undisturbed 
from its source to the confluence with a larger river orto the sea. It is identified as one of the 19 national 
flagship rivers and should receive top priority for retaining their free-flowing character. The shading of 
the sub-quaternary catchment indicates that the surrounding land and smaller stream network need to 
be managed in a way that maintains the good condition of the river reach. 

The Mhlabatshane River is classified as a "free-flowing river" - a river without dams and which flows 
undisturbed from its source to the confluence with a larger river or to the sea. The shading of the sub- 
quaternary catchment denoting "upstream management area" indicates that human activities need to 
be managed to prevent degradation of downstream river FEPAs and Fish Support Areas. 

The other rivers in the area are "non-free flowing rivers". Although natural water flow has been 
influenced in these rivers, the darker green shading of the sub-quaternary catchment indicates that the 
surrounding land need to be managed to avoid further disruption of ecological functioning which may 
have serious knock-on effects for the downstream river reaches and users. 

There are four estuaries that depend directly on the primary drainage systems, and which have been 
identified as priority estuaries in KZN. These estuaries are: 

• Mnamfu; 


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• KwaMakosi; 

• Mfazazana; and 

• Mhlungwa. 

Land use activities in the catchments must therefore be carefully managed to maintain the water 
requirements of these downstream ecosystems. 

Wetlands are associated with low-lying and higher rainfall areas. These same areas are generally 
preferred for development. However, wetlands and their ecological linkages must be protected from 
adverse impacts and a "no-net loss policy" applies in KwaZulu-Natal. In other words, all wetlands must 
be protected from development to safeguard the functions they provide in terms of water supply, water 
quality and biodiversity habitat. 


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Map: Umzumbe Context map 


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4.6.4 ADMINISTRATIVE ENTITIES 

Umzumbe municipality is covered predominantly by Ingonyama Trust Land occupied by members of 13 
traditional authorities (refer to map 2). The traditional authorities are as follows: 

• Bhekani Traditional Authority which accounts for 898.27ha of the municipal area. 

• Cele P Traditional Authority which accounts for 26910.78 ha of the municipal area. 

• Hlongwa Traditional Authority (2) which accounts for 2306.61 ha of the municipal area. 

• Hlubi Traditional Authority which accounts for 7800.56 ha of the municipal area. 

• Mabheleni Traditional Authority which accounts for 5770.58 ha of the municipal area. 

• Ndelu Traditional Authority which accounts for 8653. 95ha of the municipal area. 

• Nhlangwini Traditional Authority which accounts for 8140.30 ha of the municipal area. 

• Nyavini Traditional Authority which accounts for 4366. 12ha of the municipal area. 

• Qoloqolo Traditional Authority which accounts for 5327. 50ha of the municipal area. 

• Qwabe (2) Traditional Authority which accounts for 3893.48ha of the municipal area. 

• Thulini Traditional Authority which accounts for 8104.45ha of the municipal area. 


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Map: Traditional land 



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EXISTING NODES AND CORRIDORS 


The municipality has a predominant rural nature with no formal established towns. The Mtwalume/ 
Turton area, located along the coastal strip, has a high concentration of settlements. 

It presents the largest settlement agglomeration / cluster within the Umzumbe spatial landscape. 

This area is located in the eastern border of the municipality, and not centrally located as to provide 
easy access to surrounding communities. Funding has been received from the Department of Co- 
operative Government and Traditional Affairs (COGTA) to formalize and develop this node. 

Corridor-type development is characterized by intense bands of high density development and 
settlements, which tends to concentrate at points of high accessibility and along public transportation 
routes, where residential, commercial, institutional and recreational activities occur in close proximity. 
Corridor development is associated with a system of transport facilities on key routes that work 
together as an integrated system to facilitate ease of movement. 

Each route tends to exhibit a different function, with some routes combining route functionality in 
terms of accessibility and mobility. They are an effective means for breaking down fragmentation and 
increasing integration and spatial transformation. 

This approach will improve access to opportunities, and integrate communities with service provision, 
while also fulfilling a range of economic and social needs. 

Upgrade and road maintenance projects on corridors that leads to development opportunity areas such 
as rural service centers, high potential agricultural land and tourism nodes should be prioritized as this 
will encourage investment, improve accessibility and enhance mobility. This principle supports the 
phased approach to development, targeting areas of greatest potential first. 

Development corridors are effective in linking infrastructure and economic development as towns and 
structures connect to each other in a functionally effective manner 


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LAND COVER AND BROAD LAND USES 


Umzumbe covers approximately 1,260km 2 of land. It is predominantly a rural area with settlements 
patterns that are widely distributed in the landscape where most people make a subsistence living. 

Socio-economic activities in the area are limited to commercial and emerging sugarcane farmers 
(7850ha), plantations (approximately 5496ha) and permanent orchards (banana and citrus, 
approximately 46ha). Only 34% of the land area is transformed. The map below illustrate that most of 
the surface cover of the land remains in a natural state. 

The terrain, soils and climate features combined, indicate land capability, which can be defined as "the 
most intensive long-term use of land for rain-fed agriculture taking into account continuing limitations 
or hazards". This is illustrated in Ma 

Different land uses affect the condition of the land and the functioning of associated ecosystems. There 
is a distinct pattern of land use activities concentrated in specific areas: 

• Built up dense settlement primarily occurs on the coastal strip; 

• Low density settlement is scattered across the landscape while the majority of the 
population congregates towards the coast; 

• Commercial sugarcane and emerging farmers prevail in the east; 

• Plantation in the north-east; and 

• Natural open space dispersed in between the above land uses. 

Changes in land use transform and degrade natural systems and impact directly on biodiversity through 
habitat loss. Associated human activities generate other pressures that should be maintained within 
limits, for example: 

• Most settlements are associated with low-lying areas, which are also high rainfall areas. It 
exposes them to flood risks; 

• The dense settlements on the coastal strip (Turton area) falls within the "KZN High Water 
Yield Zone", placing pressures on downstream freshwater ecosystems (estuaries); 


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• Livestock and grazing practices degrades vegetation, accelerate soil erosion, influence 
sediment yields in the catchment and affect water quality; 

• Subsistence lifestyles on marginal land place fragile ecosystems under pressure, and 
increase runoff due to vegetation clearing and soil compaction; and 

• Inadequate access to sanitation infrastructure affects water quality. 

Map displays existing agriculture with land capability. It is evident that the inhabitants of the area have 
optimized the capability of the land. 

• Plantation forestry occurs on arable land (Class III). This area also falls within a high 
precipitation zone. This land use places pressure on stream flow and catchment yields. 

• Commercial sugarcane fields are associated with low-lying areas, on non-arable land (Class 
VI) which is generally unsuited to cultivation. This area also yields high rainfall, which may 
explain its location in the landscape but it is likely that fertilizer inputs are high, and there 
will be pressures on downstream water quality. Most of the wetlands in the area are found 
in the sugarcane areas and they place pressures on riparian zones. 

• Emerging sugarcane farmers are also associated with non-arable land adjacent to the main 
commercial sugarcane farmers. 

• The arable land area that falls within Class III in the northwestern section of Umzumbe 
seems to be used for built-up dense settlements and low density settlements. These areas 
are likely to be under severe pressure. 


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Map: Land Cover 



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LAND OWNERSHIP (TO CONFIRM WITH LAND CLAIM) 


The land ownership pattern reflects that the largest proportion of land is by traditional authorities. Other 
important landowners are private landowners and state owned land. Approximately 10% (12 652ha) of 
land ownership is unknown. A thorough land audit could thus benefit the municipality. The main 
allocation per category of landownership is reflected as follows and is reflected in map: 

• Traditional authorities -75.4% (96 295ha), of which 47.5% is owned by the Ingonyama Trust. 

• Land owned by the State accounts for 4.2% (5 374ha). 

• Privately owned land accounts for 7.7% (9 870ha). 

• Commercial - 2.1% (2 656ha). 

4.6.5 LAND REFORM 
LAND RESTITUTION 

There are five land restitution claims lodged in Umzumbe, of which four have been approved. Land 
restitution claims in Umzumbe municipality are indicated below: 

• The Shozi land claim of 1650ha was claimed on the Farm Lot 31 No. 26628, which belonged 
to I llovo Sugar Ltd. The claim has been approved. 

• The Qoloqolo Community lodged a claim in 1998 against 38 farm portions with an extent 
of 1850ha. The claim has been approved. 

• The Msani community lodged the Mgai Land Claim, which included 9 farms in extent of 
1260ha. The claim has been approved. 

• The Mathulini Land claim has been lodged by the Mathulini Claimant Community. The claim 
includes 205 farms in extent of 7141ha and has been approved. 

• The St Dominic land claim was lodged by the Mr. Hlengwa. The extent of the claim is 225ha, 
but the claim has not yet been approved. 


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The Regional Land Claims Commission (RLCC) is currently finalizing these claims. The municipality will 
monitor this process closely and ensure that the final outcome of this process is developmental and in 
line with the IDP and the SDF. 

LAND REDISTRIBUTION 

The following information was supplied by DRDLR: 

• Msikazi redistribution project - Siyathemba CPA 

• Mgayi redistribution project - Amadunga CPA. 

Some of the communities are concerned about the level of overcrowding, and have identified state 
owned land as suitable land for decongestion. 

LAND TENURE REFORM 

A large number of people occupy privately owned land (with or without the concern of the owners) as 
if they own the land. As such, they have acquired beneficial occupation rights which are protected in 
terms of the Extension of Security of tenure Act. These land tenure rights should be confirmed as part 
of a process towards the development of these areas into sustainable human settlements. This practice 
is common mainly in the areas around Umgayi in Emadungeni Traditional Council area. 

LAND CAPABILITY 

The greater part of the land area falls within Class VI. This is non-arable land, which is generally unsuited 
to cultivation and mostly suited to grazing. Land use options are limited to wildlife, forestry, light grazing 
and moderate grazing. 

Land in Class VI has severe limitations that make it generally unsuited to cultivation and limit its use 
largely to pasture and range, woodland or wildlife food and cover; continuing limitations that cannot be 
corrected include steep slope, severe erosion hazard, effects of past erosion, stoniness, shallow rooting 
zone, excessive wetness or flooding, low water-holding capacity; salinity or sodicity and severe climate 
change. 


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Map: Land ownership 






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Towards the northern section of Umzumbe, there are vast land areas that fall within Class IV. This is 
arable land, which requires very careful management. Land use options include wildlife, forestry, light 
grazing, moderate grazing, intensive grazing and poorly adapted cultivation. 

Land in Class IV has very severe limitations that restrict the choice of plants, require very careful 
management, or both; it may be used for cultivated crops, but more careful management is required 
than for Class III and conservation practices are more difficult to apply and maintain; restrictions to land 
use are greater than those in Class III and the choice of plants is more limited. 

In the north-eastern section, east of the Mhlabatshane River there is a land area that falls within Class 
III. This is arable land, which requires special conservation practices. Land use options include wildlife, 
forestry, light grazing, moderate grazing, intensive grazing, poorly adapted cultivation and moderately 
well adapted cultivation. 

Land in Class III has severe limitations that reduce the choice of plants or require special conservation 
practices, or both; it may be used for cultivated crops, but has more restrictions than Class II; when used 
for cultivated crops, the conservation practices are usually more difficult to apply and to maintain; the 
number of practical alternatives for average farmers is less than that for soils in Class II. It is evident that 
the inherent potential of the area is low and the risk of land damage is high. 

PRIVATE SECTOR DEVELOPMENTS 

The municipality is predominantly rural and has no existing 
municipality being rural very few developments take place 
municipality has only received Four. 

The number of applications is expected to increase in the upcoming years due to the PDA awareness 
campaign that are scheduled to be an ongoing process, and with more housing developments going 
through the PDA process. Private development applications will also increase when the municipality 
has fully developed a wall to wall scheme, which will also be including areas falling under Ingonyama 
ownership. 


planning scheme. As a result of the 
within the local space, to date the 


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Map: Hydrology and Water Resources 



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CHANGING SETTLEMENT PATTERN 


One of the main spatial trends in Umzumbe is the changing settlement pattern. Umzumbe is 
characterized and highly influenced by rural settlement dynamics, which have developed contrary to 
orthodox spatial planning paradigms. These rural settlements did not necessarily develop according to 
predetermined systems and procedures. 

The majority developed and emerged in the context of social identity and livelihood strategies. 
Settlements have however, undergone change and are highly influenced by factors of accessibility and 
proximity to public transport routes. Settlements tend to develop or concentrate along ridgelines and 
create a complex web. This is usually where transport routes run, which provides people with easy 
access to public transport that links them to areas that provide a range of services and public facilities. 

In addition, access to basic services and public facilities (schools, clinics, etc.) are emerging as critical 
factors in the growth and expansion of rural settlements. People thus tend to locate closer to areas 
where basic services are available and where a range of public facilities can be accessed. Basic services 
tend to be concentrated only in some areas of the municipality and bulk infrastructure tends to be 
located along main roads. 

One such example is in the Phungashe area, which is located on the P68-2 that makes the area easily 
accessible. Phungashe offers a range of public facilities and has relatively good access to basic services 
like electricity and water. As a result, people move closer to the road and locate along the ridgeline and 
in close proximity to public facilities. 

Settlements are grouped into spatially defined izigodi, which are the traditional wards that existed over 
time. These are demarcated using ridgelines, rivers and other natural features. The boundaries of 
izigodi are not demarcated, but common knowledge among locals. 

Each isigodi has its own Induna and his/her assistants, who provide leadership on behalf of the senior 
traditional leader (Inkosi). Induna, with the assistance of Ibandla, is entrusted with the responsibility to 
allocate sites for different land uses. This includes land allocation to new community members or 
households, public facilities, crop production and 'commercial uses'. The process is complete when land 
allocation is ratified at a traditional council meeting. 


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The assistants (Amaphoyisa Enkosi), among other things, ensure that community members respect and 
obey community rules. These include rules pertaining to access and use of land (e.g. restricted 
communal access to crop production fields). 

Traditional settlements (imizi / family based village or homestead) occur as discrete isolated parts of 
izigodi and are monitored by an elderly person isibonda (KZN Development & Planning Commission, 
2010). Spatial logic is established in terms of access to sufficient land to meet a household's livelihood 
needs and the level of access to common resources. However, they are highly inefficient and expensive 
in terms of the delivery of services such as access roads, piped water and grid electricity. 

Public facilities such as schools, clinics and community halls are often positioned strategically to 
promote access from different settlements. As such, they serve as integrators, structuring elements and 
catalysts for development. This includes increase in the number of households within good access to a 
facility, and improved road access. 

The major spatial planning challenge is at a settlement (Indawo) level. Land is allocated to each 
household and there is very weak if any connection with the surrounding allocations. As such, the 
primary focus is not the development of a settlement, but meeting land need of a household that has 
expressed land need. Development issues are secondary. This gives rise to unequal site sizes, lack of 
uniformity in the shape of sites, lack of space reserved for services and road access, and general lack of 
spatial structure. 

EMERGING SMALL CENTRES 

There are emerging small centres in Umzumbe, which are, basically, areas that are accessible to the 
local community and close to major transportation routes. These centres are usually characterized by 
a central informal taxi rank or public transport area and other localized services that develop as a result 
of the accessibility to public transport. These emerging small centres usually lead to the concentration 
of permanent and mobile services, commercial activities and investment. 

One such area is the Thutwini / Turton area, which is a rather large settlement area and consists of a 
low-density concentration of settlement located along the coast. The Ugu SDF describes the area as a 
dense informal area and identifies it as a convenience node, which requires improvement. The area 


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along the R102 and the T-junction leading to the municipal buildings is of particular importance, as this 
is a public transport spot where other activities are attracted to. 

DEMAND FOR LAND ALONG THE COAST 

The coastline of Umzumbe is a very short stretch of land. This area has been subject to development 
pressure and an increasing demand for land. Several factors give rise to this increase in demand for 
land along the coast, including the following: 

• This coastal area falls within the Thulini Traditional area and are Ingonyama Trust land. As a result, 
the land is relatively cheap and there are no rates attached to the land. 

• The area is provided with infrastructure, such as water, electricity and road infrastructure. 

• Umzumbe only has a very short stretch of coastline, which increase the demand for land in this 
area and provides opportunities for an untapped tourism market. 

• The area is easily accessible with the N2 providing easy access to major economic areas along the 
coastline. This area houses a range of facilities, such as the municipal offices, health, educational 
and public transport facilities. The area is relatively flat and suitable for development. Densities 
in this area are relatively low and range between 127 - 176 homesteads per km 2 , which translates 
into rather large site sizes of 5680m 2 -7880m 2 . 

The growth of this area and increasing demand for land makes it a critical focus area for spatial planning 
and environmental management. It would seem that development issues and access to infrastructure 
and services are fast becoming more important than cultural factors, which kept people in the rural 
areas of Umzumbe 

DECLINE IN AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITY 

Traditional land use practices include subsistence farming, which usually takes place in close proximity 
to the homestead where vegetable gardens are grown and some dry-land cropping undertaken. This 
promotes food security and sustains livelihoods. However, due to changing settlement patterns, out- 
migration of young people and consequent changes in household structures, the agricultural activity in 
Umzumbe is declining. 

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The changing settlement pattern is confirmed by the increasing concentration of settlement along 
public transport routes and the tendency that transport routes move people out of the area to larger 
urban centres where a variety of services and employment opportunities are on offer. It is further 
strengthened by the changing household structure, which has left many of the households with less 
youth to farm their parents/grandparents fields productively. 

This also results in a decline in agricultural activity. Households require less land in close proximity to 
their dwelling, as children move out of the area in search of employment opportunities and the 
household becomes smaller. As a result, the need to cultivate crops decline, since there are fewer 
people in the household to sustain, or the land area required has become smaller. 

Further to the above, the decline of agricultural activity can also be attributed to the dependency of 
people on social grants to sustain their livelihoods. People who still farm, farm because they want to or 
because they have been so accustomed to farming that it has become a way of life, but not because 
they depend on subsistence farming as a livelihood strategy. The importance of agriculture for 
communities has thus diminished. 

INCREASING NEED FOR COMMERCIAL LAND 

The increasing need for commercial land revolves around the ever increasing transportation costs, 
which has an impact on travelling to larger centres for certain services. As a result, there is a tendency 
toward the localization of smaller commercial centres and developers are more interested in developing 
small commercial centres that can service the local community. Although these types of developments 
bring investment to an area, it usually only creates a small amount of employment opportunities and it 
can negatively affect smaller business operators in an area. 

The Thutwini / Turton area, which is experiencing development pressure due to its accessible location 
and access to basic services and public facilities, is an area where the need to identify commercial land 
for development is critical. Despite the services and facilities offered in this area, it still lacks other 
important commercial services, such as supermarkets or shopping centres, banks, ATMs and petrol 
filling stations. 


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OUTMIGRATION OF YOUNG PEOPLE 


There is a tendency of young people to migrate out of Umzumbe to larger towns and cities in search of 
better education or seeking employment opportunities. This outmigration has a number of 
socioeconomic consequences, including the following: 

Changes in the structure of the population: The majority of young people leaving the area are the 
economic active section of the population. They leave behind the older generation, as well as their 
children, which becomes the responsibility of the grandparents. As such, emphasis on early childhood 
development is critical, as well as a focus on services for the elderly. 

Educational facilities: The decrease in the young population influences the need for tertiary educational 
facilities in Umzumbe. Since young people seek tertiary education in larger centres, there is less need 
to plan for tertiary education facilities within the municipality. 

Decline in agricultural activity: As discussed in section 3.4, the decline in agricultural activity can 
partially be contributed to young people that leave the area, resulting in changing household structure, 
less young people to productively use the land and fewer dependents on subsistence farming. 

Economy of the municipality: the loss of the economic active portion of the population has certain 
consequences for the municipality. Economic productivity is effected and the future growth of the area 
is questionable, since it is unclear if these young people will return to Umzumbe, or if they will return 
to retire on their ancestral land. 

Although there is no statistical evidence to confirm the outmigration of young people, this tendency 
was confirmed during interviews with Amakhosi and it was an observation of interviewers during their 
visits to the area. 

TRADITIONAL LAND USE PRACTICES 

One of the traditional land uses associated with the homestead are traditional burial practices that takes 
place on-site. This is an important cultural tradition, which affects spatial planning in rural areas of 
Umzumbe. Burial is a very sensitive cultural issue, and care should be taken when allocating land for 
cemetery purposes. In addition, the identification of land for cemeteries will require extensive public 
participation and specialist investigations. 

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LANDSCAPE AND SETTLEMENT 


Landscapes are composed of different elements. It includes landforms such as valleys, ridges, 
mountains or plains and vegetation, as well as land-use or activities such as agriculture or settlement. 
A landscape can thus be described as what the viewer perceives when standing in a particular place and 
is driven by the character of the landscape. 

In Umzumbe, the landscape character consists of low-density settlements located or concentrated 
along ridgelines and transport routes. 

The setting is of a rural nature and due to the vastness and availability of space; development is easily 
absorbed in the rural areas of Umzumbe. However, different landscapes within Umzumbe have 
different capacities to absorb development. For example, steeper areas (which have unspoilt 
landscapes) are more sensitive to development as opposed to flatter areas. 

This requires the direction of development into areas where it is most appropriate, through the 
identification of landscapes that are more sensitive to development. Landscape should spatially guide 
development and should protect the intrinsic character of sensitive and valuable landscapes. Planning 
in the western portion of the Umzumbe municipality, which exhibits more sensitive areas, should thus 
be carefully guided. 

DRIVERS OF CHANGE 

Drivers of change refer to internal or external factors or circumstances that have influence changes that 
takes place over a period of time. In the context of Umzumbe, there are certain factors that contribute 
to changes and patterns discussed above. Such factors include; Climate change and disaster risk, 
Delivery of Services, Leadership, Access and Mobility and Access to Public Facilities. 

Areas experiencing the greatest Development Pressures (Mapped) 

Development Applications Mapped, influences and advantages for those areas experiencing 
development pressure, pull factors 

4.6.6 Challenges 

Land use system: incomplete land use system makes it extremely difficult to handle land use 
applications. There is a need to develop land use management system in line with the Planning 

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Development Act and Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act (scheme, LUMS, By-laws, and 
SDF). The Spatial Development Framework (SDF) has been developed and adopted by Council, 
however there is a need to review and align it with the Spatial Planning and Land Use Management 
Act (Act No 16) of 2013. The development of wall-to-wall scheme is in progress and in this will go a 
long way in assisting the municipality to execute its responsibility of land use management. 

• The indigenous/traditional methods of land use allocation is not compatible with the current 
legislative requirements/approaches. 

• Lack of Environmental and sector plans (e.g. coastal, flood lines, biodiversity). 

• Lack of capacity to deal with environmental Issues. 

• Ineffective public awareness on planning matters. 

• The review of disaster management plan. 

• Limited GIS data to map out disaster risk areas. 

• The need to frequently update our GIS data. 

• The municipality is completely rural with no town and very little economic activity. 

• The municipality owns no land, close to 40% of the land falls under Ingonyama trust and about 
35% is under private ownership and government department. 

• Attracting investment is a challenge but it can be unlocked through proper settlement 
planning, zoning of areas to assist in land management as well as environmental conservation. 

• Illegal Development: is continuously experienced within the area of Umzumbe, this results 
from limited knowledge of proper development legislation and related procedures. 

• The topographical nature of some areas of Umzumbe and tribal location of households to 
reside, has delayed the process of service delivery and has a high cost implication. 

• No capacity for SPLUMA implementation (Building Inspector, Peace Officer, Tribunal 
members) 

• Various areas within Umzumbe municipality, experience recurring incidents of natural 
disasters (flooding, runaway fires) together with household fires from candles. 


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Rapid Increase in Tavern and Liquor applications. 


4 . 6.7 


Spatial Planning Awareness Campaign not effective. 

Illegal developments and enforcement under chapter 4 of the Planning Development Act. 

Internal departments not planning according to municipal strategic areas. 

Land transfer from Department of Rural Development & Land Reform to Umzumbe Local 
Municipality. 

Capturing of Co-ordinates of municipal property on GIS. 

Billing system for PDA Applications. 

What are we going to do to unlock and address our key challenges? 

Review and implementation of spatial development framework. 

Procure GPS and GIS training for better map production 
Completion of land use audit and scheme development. 

Fast track land transfer process between Municipality and Department of Rural Development 
& Land Reform 

Conduct SPLUMA Awareness campaigns to municipal officials. 

Appointment of building inspector and establishment of municipal police service 

Develop and review sector plans (environmental management plan, disaster management 
plan, housing sector plan and energy master plan). 

Implement tariff policy for Development Applications 

Thorough investigations on development applications to reduce conflicting use and to adhere 
to planning norms and standards 


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4.6.8 What could you expect from us, in terms of outputs, outcomes and deliverables, over the 
next five years? 

• Functional, compact rural spatial system where people and nature co-exist in harmony. 

• Improved strategic planning through the development and implementation of credible IDP. 

• Well organized spatial planning and land use management. 

• Improved the documentation of spatial information (GIS). 

• Improved audit opinion and overall financial management in the municipality through 
developing and implementing appropriate financial management policies, procedures and 
systems. 


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4.6.9 Cross Cutting Interventions: SWOT ANALYSIS 


Strengths 

Opportunities 

• 

Location along the coast. 

• 

Provincial development corridors that runs through Umzumbe. 

• 

Settlements located largely along the main roads. 

• 

South coast tourism region and the significance of coastal tourism in 

• 

Relatively good regional road network. 

the province and the district. 

• 

Social stratification of settlements into traditional council areas, izigodi, etc. 

• 

Ugu district development and service delivery programme. 

• 

Ward boundaries and the associated ward committees. 

• 

Coastal management programme. 

• 

Good working relationship between the councilors and traditional leaders. 

• 

Catchment management programme. 

• 

• 

• 

Rich biodiversity. 

Turton, St Faiths, Phungashe 

Availability of agricultural land. 

• Densification policy of the Provincial Government. 

• Planning and Development Act that introduces wall-to-wall land use 

management scheme. 

• 

• 

• 

Environmental Management Personnel 

Solid waste management work force 

Two Fire fighting vehicles 

• 

National and provincial rural development programs. 

Weaknesses 

Threats 

• 

Rugged terrain. 

• 

Peripheral location in relation to the provincial economy. 

• 

Soil erosion and environmental degradation. 

• 

Impact of climate change. 

• 

Scattered settlement pattern. 

• 

Poor regional integration into the regional road network. 

• 

Poor quality of access roads. 

• 

Lack of catchment management programs. 

• 

Poor north-south linkages in the inland part of Umzumbe. 

• 

Municipal boundaries and structure. 

• 

Settlements located on land with good to high agricultural potential 
resulting in the loss of agricultural land. 

• 

Environmental degradation 

• 

Illegal dumping of solid waste 




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• Lack of spatial structure with no central point that serves as a centre for the 


whole area. 


• Lack of employment opportunities. 


• Lack of natural resource management programs. 


• Waste management 


• Illegal developments and enforcement under chapter 4 of the PDA 


• Lack of Billing system for development applications 


• Limited staff for within the Disaster Management Department 


• Participation of Traditional leader in Land Development process 



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Approach and Strategic Objective to Basic service and Environmental issues 


Umzumbe Municipality through the technical services department in the Environmental management 
component identified a need to employ 15 general workers for waste collection and Waste Management 
on a contractual basis. 


The table below indicating the areas where illegal dumping and waste contaminated land is found. These 
areas were of priority and they were part of the strategic objective. However the programme will look 
into expanding to other areas which have not yet been identified. 


Ward Number 

Issue 

Remedial action 

Ward 03 

The area of Kwa Phungashe 

Placement of skip bin and clean-up campaign 

Ward 06 

St Faiths Taxi Rank 

Placement of skip bin and clean-up campaign 

Ward 10 

Turton taxi rank 

Placement of skip bin clean-up campaign, 

environmental education survey 

Ward 16 

Dustan Farrell Hospital 

Placement of one skip bin in the hospital premises. 


• Job Description: Litter picking, sweeping along the street, clearing out litter in the drainage pipes. 

• Start Date: February 2014 

The programme seeks to employ youth it is funded by the Department of Environmental Affairs National 
under EPIP (Environmental Protection and Infrastructure Programmes) Sub Directorate: Environmental 
programmes. The WftC ( Working for the Coast Programme ) as an intervention of Chief Directorate : 
Environmental protection & Infrastructure Programme (EPIP) of the Department of Environmental Affairs 
is aimed at funding projects that is aimed at funding projects that encourage cleaning and rehabilitation 
of the coastline. 

The project will focus on aspects of infrastructure development Maintenance, alien clearing and general 
clearing of the coast. This has had a great impact on many fronts from the achievement of the 


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Departmental Goals and Targets in terms of the Departmental Mandate, job creation and poverty 
alleviation, relevant to Chief Directorate and the Broader Expanded Public Works Programme. 

Under this programme the objective is to keep the coastal area clean and user friendly for the surrounding 
communities including Alien Plant Removal, Dune rehabilitation. Beneficiaries are trained on alien plant 
removal. Furthermore the WFTC programme aims to install boardwalks and open up walkways. 

Team Job description: litter picking along the coast, alien plant removal, sand dune rehabilitation. 

YOUTH JOBS IN WASTE PROGRAMME 
Background of EPIP 

This was established as a poverty relief programme from the Department of environmental affairs in 
partnership with the Municipality. The programme aims to address the issues which most municipalities 
and communities are still facing, such as lack of implementation of proper technical prioritization for 
waste management within municipalities, and the unemployment rate and skills development amongst 
youth. Umzumbe Municipality has 16 candidates which are placed within this particular programme. 

Strategic objective 

• Address the issues of waste management 

• Initiatives aimed at addressing high un employment rate of youth 

• one of the initiatives aimed at addressing the youth challenges 

• youth actively involved in the conservation and protection of the environment 

• Creating environmental awareness through massive campaigns in the communities. 

• Capacity building and skills development 

• Creating environmental awareness through campaigns in the communities and schools 

• Promoting good practices of waste management i.e. recycling , son from source 

• River pollution and ecological degradation 

• Public health and environmental health 

• No effective waste management service 

• Areas on illegal dumping 

• No environmental education and awareness campaign conducted in schools 

• Estuaries neglected and no cleaning and rehabilitation of the coastline 


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• Illegal sand mining 

• Identification of sensitive environmental attributes 


These are the key focus areas of this programme 

• Waste management administration within our municipality 

• Job creation 

• Environmental management and healthy environment 

• Beautification and cleanliness 

EPWP: EXPANDED PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAMME 

In the EPWP Programme there are 20 candidates which have been employed to date. 

Job description: street sweeping, clearing along the road, litter picking and clearing the community halls 
in their community halls. 


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4.6.10 COMBINED SWOT ANALYSIS 


Strengths 

Opportunities 

• Location along the coast. 

• Provincial development corridors that runs through Umzumbe. 

• Settlements located largely along the main roads. 

• South coast tourism region and the significance of coastal tourism in the province and 

• Relatively good regional road network. 

the district. 

• Social stratification of settlements into traditional council areas, izigodi, etc. 

• Shared service centre as a means to create capacity for spatial planning. 

• Ward boundaries and the associated ward committees. 

• Ugu district development and service delivery programme. 

• Good working relationship between the councilors and traditional leaders. 

• Coastal management programme. 

• Rich biodiversity. 

• Catchment management programme. 

• Turton and other small service centres. 

• Densification policy of the Provincial Government. 

• Availability of agricultural land. 

• Planning and Development Act that introduces wall-to-wall land use management 

• High level involvement and participation by local municipality 

scheme. 

departments/section 

• National and provincial rural development programs. 

• Political leadership and management showing interest and responding to 

• More training for staff officials 

disaster issues 

• More training for communities 

• Across spectrum officials ever prepared to learn new ideas and skills. 

• Further participation and involvement of traditional leaders and other stake holders. 

• All critical posts have been filled 

• Possibilities for two satellite setups within local municipality 

• Timeous sitting of meetings (council, portfolio meetings etc.) 

• Recognition and complementing of indigenous knowledge with academic 

• Constant review of municipal policies 

• Previously disadvantage contractors are given opportunities 

• Sound fleet management 

• Growing IT department 

• Proper planning 

• E-filling of municipal documents 

• Dedicated man power 


• Steady spending on MIG funds 


• Received unqualified audit reports for the past 3 


• Sound financial position and management 


• Good complaints and reporting 


• Dedicated personal strong internal control processes 



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Weaknesses 


Threats 


• Rugged terrain. 

• Soil erosion and environmental degradation. 

• Scattered settlement pattern. 

• Poor quality of access roads. 

• Poor north-south linkages in the inland part of Umzumbe. 

• Settlements located on land with good to high agricultural potential 
resulting in the loss of agricultural land. 

• Lack of spatial structure with no central point that serves as a centre for 
the whole area. 

• Lack of employment opportunities. 

• Lack of natural resource management programs. 

• Limited revenue base 

• Shortage of resources relevant to disaster issues 

• Lack of local municipality owned disaster managements centre 

• Existing shared centre, discharge poor services 

• Poor terrain. 

• Network is an issue due to non-availability of ADSL (IT) 

• High costs of maintenance of fleet due to nature of municipality most 
roads are gravel 

• Limited Budget and human resources 

• Insufficient budget in the appointment of engineers based on level 4 of 
construction monitoring 

• Limited budget for maintenance as well as man power 

• Lack of human resource Capacity 

• Lack of expert on accounting information systems 

• Revenue Enhancement 

• Property rates collection 

• Experienced skilled labour force 


• Peripheral location in relation to the provincial economy. 

• Impact of climate change. 

• Poor regional integration into the regional road network. 

• Lack of catchment management programs. 

• Municipal boundaries and structure. 

• Limited budget 

• Staff migration 

• Climate change 

• Topography 

• Retarded attendants to shared service centre 

• Municipal geographic area is too big thus there is limited budget therefor 
increasing backlogs 

• Gravel roads need maintenance regularly therefore weather conditions 

• Limited maintenance budget resources and man power 

• High Staff turn over 

• Limited office space 

• Outdated filling system and limited storage capacity 

• Predominantly grant dependent 

• Limited revenue generation 

• Loss of skilled staff 


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4.6.11 KEY CHALLENGES 


Internal Challenges 

Financial constraints 

The municipality is predominantly rural with high level of unemployment and poverty, 
and as a result it makes it difficult to generate own venue. It depends on government 
grants as it does not have any revenue base. About 60% of the budget is focused on basic 
service delivery and infrastructure key performance area and leaving other areas to a 
share of 40% of the budget. 

Limited office space: 

The municipal offices are not adequate for the staff component that is currently 

employed space is an issue. 

Technological infrastructure 

Information management system poses a challenge as it unexpectedly shuts down at 
times. This leads to low productivity levels of employees, as some of the critical tools 
that employees use do not function satisfactorily e.g. computers. This particular 
challenge could be rated as the key one. 

Inability to own land 

The municipality owns no land, close to 40% of the land falls under Ingonyama trust and 
about 35% is under private ownership. The municipality has no authority to use the land 
and as a result is unable to develop it. 


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Poor communication 

There is poor communication both internally and externally. The existing communication 
strategy is not effectively implemented for an example a scheduled date for municipal 
events at times clash and reflects on weak communication channels in the municipality 

and with other external stakeholders 

External Challenges 

High rate of unemployment 

This is a challenge to the municipality as it has a negative impact on most families. This 
constrains the municipality to direct some of the resources to wards supplementing its 
communities with food parcels, burial support, indigent services e.g. distribution of gel 

etc. 

Lack of private sector 

investments 

Private sector investments initiatives do not exist currently, but has been identified as 
one area that needs more attention, in order to economically develop Umzumbe. 
Strategic programmes aimed at unlocking economic potential of Umzumbe will have to 
be developed. This needs an integrated approach that would include the community, 
public and private sector partnerships. 

High levels of poverty 

High levels of dependency and unemployment rates of communities result in abject 
poverty. More municipality's initiatives should be encouraged to ensure job creation and 
that economic development programmes are sustainable so as to lift the affected 
communities out of poverty. 


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Lack of infrastructure 

Lack of maintained roads, water, and electricity are some of the critical services that 
communities continuously complain about. Limited funding is one of the causes to this 
particular challenge and this causes service delivery programme to always not be up to 

date. 

Social issues e.g. teenage 
pregnancy, HIV/AIDS, crime and 
substance abuse 

Umzumbe municipality is negatively affected by the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Even though 
awareness and education and poverty alleviation programmes are in place, the rate at 

which 


HIV/AIDS incidents are decreased is low. According to statistical information from 
Department of Health, it shows that the teenage pregnancy challenge affects mostly girls 
that are between 10 and 14 years of age. These on the other hand increase sexually 
transmitted diseases amongst the youth. Youth also are involved in crime and substance 

abuse. 


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5 CHAPTER 5: LONG TERM VISION 

5.1 SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK 


The departure point for Umzumbe's spatial vision is sustainability - a situation where the people, 
economy and environment of Umzumbe thrive. Sustainability defined within this context has two 
dimensions. Firstly, ecological sustainability which recognizes that the maintenance of healthy 
ecosystems and natural resources are preconditions for human well-being and that there are limits 
to the goods and services which they can provide. It implies that the activities in the area must seek 
to grow natural capital, not erode capital slowly. Secondly, Social sustainability implies equity of 
access to key services (health, education, transport, housing, recreation and employment) for the 
communities that reside in the area, while equity between generations must also be secured. Future 
generations must not be disadvantaged by current actions. 

Linking social and ecological sustainability implies that the interactions between society and 
nature, and the implications thereof must be better understood and managed if sustainability is to 
be advanced. There is also no point in tackling matters of ecological vulnerability unless the 
mechanisms for doing so also positively influence the other dimensions of vulnerability in the area. 


I DP VISION FOR UMZUMBE 


By 


2030 Umzumbe will be economically viable 
enjoying heritage , tourism and agricultural 

benefits''. 


SPATIAL VISION FOR UMZUMBE 
" Umzumbe , will be a functional , compact 
rural spatial system where people and 
nature co-exist in harmony". 


SUSTAINABILITY VISION FOR UMZUMBE 

" Umzumbe has reached a state of social-ecological 
resilience where people and nature have capacity to cope 
with environmental change". 




The above vision will be realized through attaining a set of goals listed hereunder: 

1. Improved organizational cohesion and effectiveness. 

2. Sustainable delivery of improved services to all households 

3. Improved municipal economic viability 

4. Improved financial management and accountability 

5. Entrenched culture of accountability and clean governance 

Improved condition for municipal planning, liveable human settlements and environmental 
protection. 

5.2 How will our progress be measured? 

The Municipal Systems Act (32 of 2000) requires municipalities to develop their own performance 
management system (PMS). They need to set performance targets and monitor and review their 
performance based on indicators that are linked to their Integrated Development Plan (IDP). 

In addition, the Municipal Finance Management Act (56 of 2003) embeds the need for performance 
management in local government and requires municipalities to develop a Service Delivery and Budget 
Implementation Plan (SDBIP). 

This SDBIP serves as a "contract" between the administration, council and the community expressing 
goals and objectives set by Council as quantifiable outcomes to be implemented over the next twelve 
months. The SDBIP provides the basis for measuring performance in service delivery against end-of- 
year targets and implementing the budget. 

The Umzumbe IDP ensures that the resources available to the Municipality are directed at the delivery 
of projects and programmes that meet agreed development priorities. Once the Municipality starts to 
implement the IDP, it is important to check that delivery happens in a planned manner, that the 
Municipality is using its resources most efficiently, producing the quality of delivery envisaged and 
that the delivery is having the planned effect on the lives of people living in the Municipal area. 

To achieve this it is necessary to monitor and evaluate measure and review the performance of the 
Municipality against indicators and targets set in its IDP. Performance management will thus assist us 
to make immediate, appropriate changes in the delivery and management of resources, identify and 
overcome major systematic blockages and guide future planning on development objectives and 
resource use. Achieving this requires that our PMS is pro-actively developed in conjunction with the 


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annual review of the municipal IDP. This will allow for performance management within the local 
context as a tool to ensure accountability of: 

• The municipality to its constituencies 

• The Executive Committee to the Council; 

• The administration to the Executive Committee or executive mayor; 

• All line, functional and sectorial managers to the executive management and the 

• All employees to the organization 


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5.3 


GOALS, OBJECTIVES & STRATEGIES 


5.3.1 (Municipal Transformation and Institutional Development) 


KPA: MUNICIPAL TRANSFORMATION AN 

D INTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT 

Goal 

Objective 

Strategies 

1. Improve Organizational cohesion and 
effectiveness 

1.1. To ensure improved organizational 
stability and sustainability 

a) Staff recruitment and selection (filling of vacant post) 

b) Implement performance and organizational management 
systems 

c) Risk management 

d) Engaging possible funders and investors 

e) Implementation of Batho Pele Programme 

f) Back to basics programmes 

1.2. To Ensure compliance with legislation, 
policies and internal controls 

1.3. Improved communication network system 

1.4. Improved participation in governmental 
relations 

1.5. Ensure proper management of movable 
and immovable assets 

1.6. To ensure proper roads maintenance 

a) Development and implementation of workplace Skills Plan 
(staff and councilors Training) 

b) Updating and monitoring of the organogram 

c) Formulation and review of policies and plans 

d) Improve security within municipal premises 

e) Corporate branding 

f) Develop IGR Policy 

g) Procure, maintain and monitor information technology 
systems 

h) Construction of new and Maintenance of current municipal 
premises 

i) Acquisition of fleet 

j) Proper Records Management 

k) Maintain legal compliance 


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5.3.2 (Municipal Financial Viability and Management) 


KPA: , MUNICIPAL FINANCIAL VIABILITY AND MANAGEMENT 


Goal 

Objective 

Strategies 

2. Improved financial management and 
accountability 

2.1. To improve overall financial management in 
the Municipality by developing and 
implementing appropriate financial 

management policies, procedures and 
systems. 

a) Preparation of Annual Budget 

b) Implementation of EFT system 

c) Preparation of monthly budget statements in terms of section 
71 of the MFMA produced timeously 

d) Preparation of GRAP compliant annual financial statements 

e) Reports all closing bank balances for to Auditor General, 
Provincial Treasury within 30 days after financial year in terms 
of the MFMA 

f) Preparation of monthly cashbook, updated general ledger 
and preparation of reconciliations 

g) Development of Annual Procurement Plan 

h) Timeous payment of service providers upon the receipt of the 
invoice (30 days) 

i) Conduct Mid-year budget , SDBIP and Performance Review 

j) Addressing corrective measures from AG 

k) Implementation of SCM Policy 


2.2. To Ensure accurate billing and improve 
revenue collection 

a) Maintain valuation roll 


2.3. To improve asset management and 
investment 

a) Update GRAP compliant assets register corresponding to the 
general ledger and depreciation 

b) Implementation of Investment Policy 


2.4. To set proper risks appetite and acceptable 
risk response 

a) Coordinating risk management activities 


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5.3.3 Objectives and Strategies (Good Governance and Public Participation) 


KPA: GOOD GOVERNANCE AND PUBLIC PARTICIPATION 


Goal 

Objective 

Strategies 

3. Entrenched culture of accountability 
and clean governance 

3.1. To ensure an environment free off fraud 

and corruption 

a) Reporting fraud and corruption 


3.2. To entrench a culture of accountability, 

public participation and good governance 

a) Attending queries as reported on the Presidential Hotline 

b) Compilation of quarterly progress reports 

c) Implementation of youth development programmes 

d) Supporting of NGOs 

e) Social crime prevention 

f) Implementation of Special Programmes (vulnerable groups) 

g) Approval of internal audit plan 

h) Approval of internal audit charter 

i) Review on internal audit methodology 

j) Acquisition of internal system 

k) Improve human capacity (training and appointment of an 
additional staff member) 

l) Performing of assignments as per internal audit plan (IT 
infrastructure and disaster recovery, review of revenue 
management, review of performance management systems, 
review of supply chain management systems, review of 
financial discipline and follow up on previous reports) 

m) Hosting public participation events 

n) Community meeting 


3.3. To ensure access to municipal information 
(communication) 

a) Review and implementation of communication strategy 

b) Develop and review marketing strategy 


3.4. To ensure functionality and sustenance of 
Ward Committees (Ward Committees) 

a) Financial support towards Ward Committee members 

b) Review and implement community-based plans 

c) Speed up the training of Ward Committee members 
(facilitation) 

d) Facilitation of Ward Committee meetings 

e) Support Ward Committee structures 


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5.3.4 Objectives and Strategies (Local Economic Development) 


KPA: LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 

Goal 

Objective 

Strategies 

4. Improved municipality economic 
viability 

4.1. Improve the quality of life and reducing 

absolute poverty 

a) Development of Poverty Alleviation strategy 

b) Implementation of poverty alleviation programmes 

4.2. Restore and preserve local history and 

cultural development 

a) Development and Review of Tourism Strategy 

b) Arts and culture support programmes 

c) Development of tourism sites 

4.3. Create an environment that promotes 

development of local economy (SMME 
development) 

a) Implementation of LED strategy 

b) Capacity building of SMME's 

c) Promote SMME and entrepreneurial development 

4.4. Increased food security 

a) Agricultural support and development 

4.5. Job creation and reduced unemployment 

levels 

a) Facilitation and implementation of job creation programmes 
(EPWP, CWP) 


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5.3.5 Objectives and Strategies (Cross Cutting Interventions) 


KPA: CROSS CUTTING INTERVENTIONS 



Goal 

Objective 

Strategies 

5. Improved condition for municipal 

5.1. To ensure efficient and credible strategic 

a) Review and develop credible IDP 

planning, liveable human settlement and 

and spatial municipal planning 

b)Translate IDP to IsiZulu 

environmental protection 

5.2. To create conducive environment for service 
delivery and improve spatial municipal 
planning 

a) Timeous review and implementation of Spatial Development 
Framework (develop of Phungashe framework) 

b) Development of Local Area Plans 


5.3. To ensure proper Land Use Management, 
Spatial Planning and Environmental 
Management 

a) Complete and adopt Wall-to-wall scheme and Land Audit 

b) Implementation of Spatial Planning and Land Use 
Management Act No. 16 of 2013 and PDA 

c) Facilitation of land acquisition 

d) Increasing awareness on development planning tools to 
various stakeholders 

e) Review GIS Policy and put systems in place 

f) Development and implementation of Environmental 
Management Plan 

g) Implementation of Integrated Waste Management Plan 


5.4. To ensure improved response to disasters 

a) Enhancement of disaster management structures and systems 

b) Establishment of fire fighting and rescue satellite centres 

c) Review Disaster Management Plan 

d) Conduct environmental risk study 


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5.3.6 (Basic Service Delivery) 


KPA: BASIC SERVICES AND INFRASTRUCTURE 


Goal 

Objective 

Strategies 

6. Sustainable delivery of improved services 
to all households 

6.1. To ensure universal access to basic and 
infrastructure delivery 

a) To construct and maintain community access roads 


6.2. Eradicate backlogs in order to improve 
access to services and ensure proper 
operations and maintenance 

a) Construction and maintenance of community facilities 

b) Construction, upgrading and maintenance of sport facilities 

c) Facilitation and project management of rural housing 
development 

d) Electrification of households 

e) Provision of free basic services: electricity and gel using the 
indigent register 

f) Facilitate the development of community libraries 

g) Development of outdoor gyms and recreational parks 


6.3. Ensure environmental protection and 
sustainability 

a) Collection of solid waste in major nodes 


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5.4 Strategic Mapping 

5.4.1 SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK 

As indicated above, the Spatial Development Strategy has been formulated in response to a number of objectives, which 
include the development of an efficient and well-structured spatial system and the meeting of needs for land for 
settlement, as well as for different social and economic purposes, in a sustainable manner. 

These objectives relate directly to the core concerns of creating sustainable human settlements and the proposed 
framework is seen to contribute positively towards the creation and management of a built and natural environment 
within which the needs of the most disadvantaged members of Umzumbe Municipality residents may in future be met. 

In this regard, the Spatial Development Framework seeks to facilitate the development overtime of a spatial system within 
which levels of access to upgraded infrastructure, social facilities and supportive institutions for marginalized residents, 
those afflicted with disabilities, and illness is improved in both urban and rural environments. 

Within the overall conceptual framework described above, certain local areas and roads of potential (or existing) 
developmental importance have been identified and assigned broad land use categorizations (refer to map overleaf): 

Land use management guidelines and other spatial planning tools required for the realization of the spatial vision as 
presented in this SDF are included in the implementation framework. 


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NETWORK OT CORRIDORS 


SECONDARY NCICS 




PRIMARY fC DCS 


SETTLEMENT CLUSTERS ENVtRONTCNT 


Umzumbe Spatial Vision 


Umzumbe SDF 


5.4.2 ALIGNMENT WITH NEIGHBOURING MUNICIPALITIES 


Umzumbe forms part of a larger system of local governance and regional economy and is influenced and 
also influences development in the neighbouring areas. Cross-border planning issues have become more 
prevalent and significant. The focus is on strategic or shared development issues that would benefit 
from a joint approach, and engaging with the relevant neighbouring authorities to explore joint working 
potential. This section is thus intended to ensure that there is no disharmony between proposals that 
are suggested by the Umzumbe SDF and its neighbouring municipalities. 

Umzumbe borders onto Umzimkhulu and Ubuhlebezwe local municipalities in the north, Umuziwabantu 
LM borders is to the west, Ezinqoleni LM to the south. Hibiscus Coast LM to the south and south-east, 
Umdoni LM to the north-east and Vulamehlo LM to the north of Umdoni. 


5.4.3 UMDONI SDF 

Umdoni is located along the coastline and to the north-east of Umzumbe. Cross-boundary planning issues 
between the two municipalities include the following: 

Both SDF's identify the N2 as a National/provincial corridor, which is an important link to major economic 
areas. Opportunities exist to locate mixed use developments at key road intersections along the N2. Both 
municipalities are located along the coast which is bio-diversity corridor, and are thus subject of a common 
coastal management initiatives managed at a district level. 

There are massive opportunities to extend the coastal tourism from the Umdoni area through Umzumbe 
down to the HCM with beach related activities being the major products and services. 

Specific attention required by agricultural land, which mostly comprise of sugarcane and the integration 
of disadvantaged areas and traditional council areas into this industry. A belt of sugar-cane land that 
straddles both municipalities and forms the core for the supply of sugar-cane to the mill in Sezela. 


5.4.4 UBUHLEBEZWE SDF 

Ubuhlebezwe is located to the north of Umzumbe. Issues of cross-border planning between these two 
areas include the following: 

Both SDF's identifies the P68 as a primary corridor. This road is one of the primary linkage roads in 
Umzumbe that connects to Port Shepstone in the south and Highflats in the north. This is also identified 
as a Secondary Provincial Corridor in the PGDS. 

The P73, which continues from Ubuhlebezwe into Umzumbe, is identified as a tertiary corridor, continues 
through Umzumbe and runs through Sipofu and Msinsini to Turton. 


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Phungashe, located in the north-west of Umzumbe, is located closer to Highflats (secondary node in 
Ubuhlebezwe SDF) in Ubuhlebezwe and thus relates more to and has more functional linkages to 
Ubuhlebezwe than Umzumbe. Movement from this area is generally towards Highflats thus establishing 
strong functional linkages between the two areas. 



5.4.5 UMUZIWABANTU SDF 

Umuziwabantu LM is located to the west of Umzumbe and shares the Mzimkhulu River as a boundary. 
Some issues between these two areas include the following: 

There are very poor road linkages across the Mzimkhulu River, which is complicated by rugged terrain. 
The only connection to Umzumbe is the D972, which is identified as a secondary corridor by the LM. This 
road provides a linkage to the P68, which is the primary development corridor in the Umzumbe SDF. It 
also provides the linkage to the primary node in Umuziwabantu (Harding). 


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A proposed game reserve is located on both sides of the Mzimkhulu River, which can provide opportunities 
for eco-tourism and game farming. This area is characterized by rugged terrain, which complicates 
development and linkages across the river and between the two municipalities. This proposed 
development will require coordinated management between the two areas. 


5.4.6 UMZIMKHULU SDF 

Umzimkhulu is located to the northwest of Umzumbe and the SDF identifies Umzimkhulu town as the 
primary node. Important cross-boundary issues are as follows: 

There are limited linkages between Umzimkhulu and Umzumbe, save the connection via district roads. 
The R56 is the main transport route passing through the Umzimkhulu Municipal area linking the municipal 
area with KwaZulu Natal to the North and Eastern Cape Local Municipalities to the south. 


5.4.7 HIBISCUS COAST SDF 

Hibiscus Coast municipality is located to the south and southeast of Umzumbe. The primary node of the 
Hibiscus Coast is Port Shepstone, which is also a secondary provincial node. Issues of importance between 
these two areas include the following: 

Umzumbe is a sub- economic area of the greater Port Shepstone area. 

The two municipalities are connected via the N2 National road, which joins the settlements of Hibberdene 
and Port Shepstone to Turton in the north (Umzumbe). 

Primary east-west corridors link the coast to St Faiths in Umzumbe Local Municipality. This takes on the 
form of the P68, which connects St Faiths, Dweshula and Assisi in Umzumbe, to Port Shepstone. In 
addition, the P286 (which forms an important route through the central part of Umzumbe to the north) 
connects Msinsini in Umzumbe to Hibberdene in Hibiscus Coast. 

Specific attention should be drawn to the proper management of the coastal strip and associated 
development along the coast. The linkage and coordination of tourism activities along the coastal tourism 
is also a matter of importance. 


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5.4.8 EZINQOLENI SDF 

Ezinqoleni is located to the south of Umzumbe, with the primary node located at the settlement of 
Ezinqoleni. Issues of importance between these two areas include the following: 

There are poor road linkages between Ezinqoleni and Umzumbe. 

The Mzimkhulu River serves as the border between the two municipalities, which limits road linkages due 
to the rugged terrain. The area along the river is proposed as a game reserve, which can provide 
opportunities for tourism and game farming. 

The joint environmental management of this area is vital for both water management as well as protecting 
one of the tourism attractions of Ezinqoleni. 



Ezinqoleni SDF 


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5.4.9 VULAMEHLO SDF 


Vulamehlo is situated to the north and north-east of Umzumbe. Issues of importance between these two 
areas include the following: 

There are poor road linkages between these two municipalities. The P254-2 provides a link between 
Umgayi and Sawoti and Kenterton in Vulamehlo. The municipality also has poor north-south linkages. 
Other cross-border issues could relate to the proper management of agricultural land and sensitive 
environmental areas between these two municipalities. Environmental areas between these two 
municipalities. 


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Vulamehlo SDF 


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6 CHAPTER 6: Planned Projects for 2015/16 Financial year 
6.1 Umzumbe Municipality Projects 


UMZUMBE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY 

2015/2016 FINANCIAL YEAR 

IDP 

OBJECTIVE 

STRATEGY 

PROGRAMME 

PROJECT 

WARD 

BASELINE/ 

KPI MEASURE 

ANNUAL TARGET 


RESPONSIBLE DEPT & UNIT 

Ref 






STATUS QUO 



BUDGET 


MUNICIPAL TRANSFORMATION AND INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT 

1.1. a. 

1.1 To Ensure 

Staff recruitment and 

Human Resource 

Recruitment and 

Internal 

15 posts filled 

Number of vacant posts filled 

1 1 vacant posts filled 

N/A 

Corporate Services 


Improved 
organizational 
stability and 

sustainability by 

selection (filling of 

vacant posts) 

Management 

Selection 








2030 


Human Resource 


Internal 

5 

Number of critical posts filled 

2 critical posts filled 

N/A 

Corporate Services 




Management 








1.1. b. 


Implement 

Organizational 

Quarterly reviews 

All 

4 quarterly reviews 

Number of quarterly reviews conducted 

4 quarterly reviews conducted 

R 70,000.00 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 



performance and 

organizational 

Performance 







Development Planning and Local 



management 

Management 







Economic Development 



systems 












System 

Annual 

N/A 

Annual 

Date Completed Annual 

Aug-14 

N/A 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 





Performance 


Performance 

Performance Report submitted to 



Development Planning and Local 





Report 2013/2014 


Report 

Auditor General 



Economic Development 







2013/2014 






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Date Report submitted on performance 

25-Jan-15 

N/A 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

in terms of MFMA S 72 



Development Planning and Local 




Economic Development 

2013/2014 Annual Report Adoption 

31-Mar-15 

R 180,000.00 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

date 



Development Planning and Local 




Economic Development 

No of Performance Agreements signed 

5 

In-house 

Corporate Services 

Number of people from employment 
equity target groups employed in the 
three highest levels of 

1 Report 

In-house 

Corporate Services 

management 




Date of adoption of Comprehensive 


N/A 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Revised Risk Register compiled 



Internal Audit 

Number of Awareness campaign 

4 campaigns 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 




Office of the Municipal Manager 


English and IsiZulu 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Translation 


Office of the Municipal Manager 


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Development of 

complaints/ 

suggestion box 

policy 






Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Office of the Municipal Manager 





Presidential hotline 






Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Office of the Municipal Manager 

1.2. a 

1.2 To ensure 

compliance with 

policies and internal 

controls 

Development and 

implementation of 

Workplace Skills Plan 

(Staff and Councilor 

Training) 

Human Resource 

Management 

Induction 

N/A 

3 report for inducted 

employees 

Number of new staff inducted within 

2 weeks of assuming duty 

9 new employees inducted 

In house 

Corporate Services 


UMZUMBE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY 


2015/2016 FINANCIAL YEAR 








BASELINE/ 





IDP Ref 

OBJECTIVE 

STRATEGY 

PROGRAMME 

PROJECT 

WARD 

STATUS QUO 

KPI MEASURE 

ANNUAL TARGET 

BUDGET 

RESPONSIBLE DEPT & UNIT 





Skills Development 
(Councilors and 

N/A 

34 

Number of Councilors trained 

24 Councilors 

R 300,000.00 

Corporate Services 





staff) 

N/A 

20 

Number of Employees trained 

70 Employees 

R 700,000.00 

Corporate Services 





Workplace skills 

N/A 

Adopted WSP 

Date Adopted WSP 

Adopted WSP by 30 April 

In-house 

Corporate Services 





plan 




2016 




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UMZUMBE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY 

2015/2016 FINANCIAL YEAR 

IDP Ref 

OBJECTIVE 

STRATEGY 

PROGRAMME 

PROJECT 

WARD 

BASELINE/ 

STATUS QUO 

KPI MEASURE 

ANNUAL TARGET 

BUDGET 

RESPONSIBLE DEPT & UNIT 

1.2. b 


Updating and 

monitoring of the 

Human Resource 

Management 

Organogram 

N/A 

Adopted 

Organogram 

Date Adopted Organogram 

Adopted Organogram 31 

May 2016 

N/A 

Corporate Services 

1.2.C 

Organogram 

Formulating and review 

of policies and plans 

Human Resource 

Management 

Educational 

Financial 

Assistance policy 

Adopted 

N/A 

New Project 

Date Educational Financial 

Assistance policy adopted 

Educational Financia 

Assistance Policy 

Adopted by 31 March 

2016 

R 400 000 

Corporate Services 

Catering Policy 

N/A 

HR Policy 

Date catering policy Developed 

Developed Recruitment policy 

N/A 

Corporate Services 

ICT Strategy 

N/A 

ICT Governance 

Framework 

Date Developed ICT Strategy 

Adopted 

Developed ICT Strategy by 31 

March 2016 

N/A 

Corporate Services 

Confidential 

reporting of 

allegations of 

N/A 

New Project 

Date Adopted Confidential reporting 
of Allegations of financial 

Misconduct policy adopted 

Developed Confidential 

reporting of Allegations of 

financial Misconduct 

N/A 

Corporate Services 

ICT Policy 

N/A 

Adopted ICT 

Date Reviewed ICT 

Reviewed ICT policy by 

30 June 2016 

N/A 

Corporate Services 

1.2.d 

Improve security within 

municipal premises 

Security 

Security 

N/A 

Appointed security 

company 

Date security company Appointed 


R 1,400,000.00 

Corporate Services 


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1.2. e 


1.3 Improved 
communication 
network system 






30 June 2014 





Corporate branding 

Marketing 

(Cooperate Image) 

Branding 

All 

All municipa 

vehicles branded 

Number of branded items and 

facilities 

5 Fleet to be branded. Main 

Municipal Office and DVDs, 

branding of stationery 

R 400,000.00 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Communications Mayoralty and 

Youth Development 

Umzumbe Intranet 

All 

New intranet 

published 

Number of updates for intranet 

Intranet content updated weekly 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Communications Mayoralty and 

Youth Development 

Municipal website 

All 

New website 

published 

Number of updates for website 

content 

Website content updated 

12 times a year 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Communications Mayoralty and 

Youth Development 

Procure, maintain and 

monitor information 

technology systems 

IT Upgrade 

Computer 

equipment 

acquisition, 

maintenance and 

licensing 

N/A 

6 licenses 

Number of Licenses, desktops and 

computer related equipment acquired 

10 licenses 

R 315 000.00 

Corporate Services 

Computer 

equipment 

acquisition, 

N/A 

4 laptops and 4 

desktops 

number of laptops, desktops and 

other computer related equipment’s 

10 laptops, 5 desktops and 

other computer related 

equipment’s 

R 990 000.00 

Corporate Services/IT Section 

Server 

Number 

2 

Number of servers procured 

1 server procured 

Equitable Share 

Corporate Services 

Software 

Date 

1 

Number of Software 

3 software procured 

Corporate Services 

Software 

maintenance 

N/A 

4 

Number of Software's maintained 

4 software’s maintained 

R 340,000.00 

Corporate Services 


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UMZUMBE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY 

2015/2016 FINANCIAL YEAR 

IDP Ref 

OBJECTIVE 

STRATEGY 

PROGRAMME 

PROJECT 

WARD 

BASELINE/ 

STATUS QUO 

KPI MEASURE 

ANNUAL TARGET 

BUDGET 

RESPONSIBLE DEPT & UNIT 




Registry 

Management 

Records 

Management 

Policy review 

N/A 

Records 

Management 

Policy 

Date 

Records Management 

Policy Adopted 

In-house 

Corporate Services 

Conversion to 

eFiling System 

N/A 

eFiling system 

Date 

Functional eFiling system by 30 

September 201 5 

R 25,000.00 

Corporate Services 

Procedure Manual 

N/A 

Control Records 

Schedule 

Date Procedure Manual adopted 

Developed procedure manua 

by 30 June 2016 

N/A 

Corporate Services 

1.4. a 

1.4 Ensure proper 

assets 

management 

Maintenance of 

municipal premises 

Fleet 

Procurement ol 

municipal fleet 

N/A 

4 vehicles 

Number of vehicles procured 

Procure 5 Vehicles 

R 2,700,000.00 

Corporate Services 

Property 

Management 

Office 

maintenance 

All 

2 buildings 

Number of buildings maintained 

2 

R 350 000.00 

Corporate Services 

Electricity backup 

system 

N/A 

1 

Number of Generator 

1 

R 400 000.00 

Garden 

N/A 

2 

Number of garden 

6 

R 60 000.00 


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Ensure compliance 
to pieces of 

legislation policies 

and plans 


Maintenance legal 
compliance 


Legal compliance 


Implements 






Recording 

Machine 

N/A 

2 

Number of Recordings 

4 

R 20 000.00 

Boardroom Wall 

Clock and Roller 

Projector 

N/A 

New Project 

Number 

2 

R 10 000.00 

Chamber Wall 

Clock and water 

Cooler 

N/A 

1 

Number 

2 

R 20 000.00 

Filling Steel rack 

N/A 

1 

Number 

2 

R 70 000.00 

Legislative 

awareness 

N/A 

new project 

number 

5 

N/A 

Departmental 

checklist 

N/A 

new project 

number 

5 

N/A 


Corporate Services 


UMZUMBE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY 


2015/2016 FINANCIAL YEAR 


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PROGRAMME 


PROJECT 

WARD 

BASELINE/ 

STATUS QUO 

KPI MEASURE 

ANNUAL TARGET 

BUDGET 

facilitation for 

litigation process 

N/A 

new project 

number 

4 reports 

N/A 

Discipline at 

workplace 

N/A 

new project 

number 

4 reports for disciplinary 
processes started within 

90 days 

N/A 


RESPONSIBLE DEPT & UNIT 


BASIC SERVICE DELIVERY AND INFRASTRUCTURE 


2.1. a 


2.1 To ensure' 
universal access to 
basic services and 
infrastructure 
delivery by 2030 


To construct and 
maintain community 
access roads 


Roads maintenance 
equipment 


Road Maintenance 

1,2, 3, 4, and 

6 

Gravelling 10 km's 

of roads 

associated storm 

water structures 

Km of roads maintained 

Gravelling 9 km's of roads 

associated storm water 

structures 

R 6,000,000.00 

Technical Services 

Ntatshana Access 

road 

8 

Constructed 3 kms 

of new 

constructed road 

Km of new access road constructed 

Earthworks and bridge 

foundations complete 

R 15 390 032,32 

Technical Services 

Ntatshana Access 

road (phase 2) 

8 

Constructed 3 kms 

of new 

constructed road 

Km of new access road constructed 

Construct 2.5 kms of new 

access road 

R 3 500 000.00 

Technical Services 

Rehabilitation ot 

Mahwaqa Access 

road 

16 

rehabilitation 2.2 

km's of access 

road 

Km of new access road constructed 

Rehabilitation of 1 km of access 

road 

R 890 000.00 

Technical Services 

Guquka access 

road 

15 

Constructed 3.4 

kms of new 

constructed road 

Km of new access road constructed 

Constructed 1 km of new 

access road 

R 3 800 000.00 

Technical Services 


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Magistrate 

10 

Constructed 9.2 

km's of new 

constructed road 

Km of new access road constructed 

Constructed 1.5 kms of new 

access road 

R 2 300 000.00 

Technical Services 


Manoka Bridge 

5 

N/A 

No of new bridge constructed 

Constructed 1 No of new bridge 

R 5 100 000.00 


Municipal Office 

Construction 

New Municipal 

Offices 

10 

100% 

(Earthworks, 

storm water 

management and 

municipal services 

Percentage Completion 

40 piles constructed 

R 6 850 000.00 

Technical Services 


UMZUMBE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY 

2015/2016 FINANCIAL YEAR 

IDP Ref 

OBJECTIVE 

STRATEGY 

PROGRAMME 

PROJECT 

WARD 

BASELINE/ 

STATUS QUO 

KPI MEASURE 

ANNUAL TARGET 

BUDGET 

RESPONSIBLE DEPT & UNIT 

2.2. a 

2.2 Eradicate 

backlogs by 5% in 

order to improve 

access to basic 

services 

Construction and 

maintenance ot 

community facilities 

Maintenance: 

Community 

Facilities 

Securing and 

Connection ot 

community 

facilities 

10, 7, 13, 17 

and 9 

10 

Number of Community facilities 

installed with burglar guards 

10 Community facilities secured 

R 1000 000,00 

Social Development and 

Community Services / Community 

Services 

5 

Number of Community Facilities 

provided with Chairs and tables 

5 Community 

facilities provided with chairs 

and tables 

R 500,000 


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Construction and 

maintenance of sports 

facilities 

Construction of 

indoor sports centre 

(phase 2) 

Construction ot 

indoor sports centre 

(Phase 1) 

18 

Earthworks, 

fencing and 

foundations 

complete 

Percentage completed 

100% Building walls and root 

completed 

R 19 437 967.68 

Technical Services 

Sport fields 

maintenance (Grass 

cutting) 

Sport fields 

maintenance 

(Grass cutting) 

All wards 

25 Municipa 

Sports field grass 
cutting was done 

2014/2015 

Number of sports fields 

25 Sport fields once per 

Quarter 


Social Development and 

Community Services / Community 

Services 

Electrification of 

households 

Electricity 

Connections 

Nkehlamandla 

16 

357 households 

connected 

Number of households connected 

50 households connected at 

Nkehlamandla Village 

R 1 300 00.00 

Technical Services 

Electricity 

Connections 

Amen Creche- 

Ekubusisweni 

9 

N/A 

Number of households connected 

180 households connected at 

Amen Creche-Ekubusisweni 

R 2 700 000.00 

Technical Services 

St. Nivards 

9 

330 households 

connected 

Number of households connected 

290 households connected at 

St. Nivards 

Village 

R 8 000 000.00 

Technical Services 

Upgrade of sport fields 

Upgrade of Sports 

Field 

Ward 16 Sport 

Field 

16 

N/A 

Percentage Completion 

Construction of grand stands 

R 1 500 000.00 

Technical Services 

Ward 1 5 Sport 

Field 

15 

N/A 

Percentage Completion for Levelling 

Sport-field upgrade 

R 500 000.00 

Technical Services 

Provision of free basic 

services: electricity and 

gel using indigent 

registers (8 and 11) 

Free Basic Energy 

Gel Provision 

11 & 12 

206 families 

benefited per 

quarter 

Percentage Sport-field upgrade 

Completed 

206 families per quarter 

benefited from Gel provision 

R 600,000.00 

Social Development and 

Community Services / Community 

Services 


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Free Electricity 

Token 

All wards 

4 000 Electricity 

Tokens per month 

Number of families per month 
benefited from the free electricity 

tokens provision 

48 000 free electricity tokens 
provided to 4 000 

indigent families 

R 1 700 000 

Social Development and 

Community Services / Community 

Services 

2.3. a 

Ensure 

Environmental 

protection and 

Collection of solid 

waste in major nodes 

Waste management 

Refuse removal 

3,6,10, 16 & 

19 

Waste collected 

once a week 

Number of collections per ward per 

week 

64 collections in 8 arears 

R 2 084 000.00 

Technical Services 


Ensure 

Environmental 

protection and 

Complying with 

environmental 

requirements 

Environmental 

Offsets Plan 

Development 

Ncazolo access 

road 

6 

Environmental 

Offset Plan 

developed 

Number of Environmental Offset 

Plans developed 

1 offset plan developed 

R 500 000.00 

Technical Services 

ADDENDUM-NOT CORE FUNCTIONS OF UMZUMBE LM 

2.2. c 

Facilitation and 

project 

management of 

Facilitation and project 

management of rural 

housing development 

Human Settlements 

Nhlangwini 

4 

Site Established 

Number of Households constructed 

100 households constructed 

N/A 

Human Settlements 

Dot/Technical Services 


UMZUMBE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY 

2015/2016 FINANCIAL YEAR 

IDP Ref 

OBJECTIVE 

STRATEGY 

PROGRAMME 

PROJECT 

WARD 

BASELINE/ 

STATUS QUO 

KPI MEASURE 

ANNUAL TARGET 

BUDGET 

RESPONSIBLE DEPT & UNIT 


rural housing 

development 



Cluster C Phase 1 

1,2,3 and 6 

Beneficiaries 

Approved 

Number of Households constructed 

100 households 

constructed 

N/A 

Human Settlements 

dept./Technical Services 


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Cluster B Phase 2 

5,7,12,13, 

and 14 

1400 beneficiaries 

approved 

Number of beneficiaries approved 

600 beneficiaries 

approved 

N/A 

Human Settlements 

dept./Technical Services 

Number (as well as 

percentage) ol 

households with 

??? 

N/A 

Number of households with free basic 

electricity 

As per Eskom Plan 

N/A 

Eskom/ Technical Services 

2.2.f 

2.2 Eradicate 

backlogs by 5% in 

order to improve 

Provision of free basic 

services 

Free Basic 

Electricity 







Technical Services 


LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 


3.2. a 



Local Economic 

Review LED 

N/A 

N/A 

by Date 

Adoption of LED Strategy 


Office of the Municipal Manager 




Development 

Strategy 




by 30 June 2016 


/Local Economic Development 


Restore and 

Implementation of 

Tourism 

Commemoration of 

10,15,19 

2 Events 

Number of Heritage Celebration 

2 events ( Ntelezi and 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


preserve local 

history and cultural 

Tourism Plan 

Development 

Heritage Sites 



Events conducted 

Isivivane) 

R 500,000.00 

Local Economic Development 


development 



Development of 


new project 

by date 

31 -Mar-1 6 







Tourism Strategy 











Tour Guides 


new project 

by Date 

30-Jun-15 







Research on 


2 

Number of History sites research 

3 (Itshe Like Maria, 







Tourism Sites 



reports produced 

Mthwalume Mission and 











St. Joachims) 




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Service Level 


new project 

by Date 

Signed SLA with South 





Agreements 




Coast Tourism by 30 









September 2015 and by 









31 March 2016 



Arts and culture support 

programmers 

Arts Development 

Arts and Culture 

Music Festival 


1 

Date Arts and Culture Festival 

Heritage hosted 

Arts and Culture Festival 

Heritage hosted by 30 

September 2015 

R 400,000.00 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Local Economic Development 



summer Beach 


New project 

Date Summer Beach Hosted 

Summer Beach Festival 





Festival 




Hosted by 31 December 









2015 





Isicathamiya music 

festival 


new project 

Date of Event 

Isicathamiya Festival 

conducted by June 30 




Craft and Marketing 

Exhibition for 

N/A 

4 

Number of Crafters in the Exhibiting 

4 

equitable share 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 



Crafters 






Local Economic Development 


UMZUMBE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY 


2015/2016 FINANCIAL YEAR 








BASELINE/ 





IDP Ref 

OBJECTIVE 

STRATEGY 

PROGRAMME 

PROJECT 

WARD 


KPI MEASURE 

ANNUAL TARGET 


RESPONSIBLE DEPT & UNIT 







STATUS QUO 



BUDGET 



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Arts and Culture 


Music Festival 


Arts & Culture 


Training (Music) 


N/A 


N/A 


Date Arts and Culture Festival 


Heritage hosted 


Number of competitions held 


30-Sep-15 


3 Competitions 


pffice of the Municipal Manager/ 
Local Economic Development 


pffice of the Municipal Manager/ 

Local Economic Development 


3.3. b 


Create 

an 

environment 

that 

promotes 


development 

ot 

local economy 


(SMME 


development) 



Implementation of LED| 
strategy 


|4 LED ForunjNumber of ED Forum Meetings held 
meetings held 


|4 LED forum meetings| 
held 


Quarterly Meetings 


R 40,000.00 


Capacity building 


SMME Development 


SMME Incubation 


N/A 


40 


Number of SMME's incubated 


|20 New SMME's| 
incubated 


R 500,000.00 


SMME Development 


Business Fair 


New Project 


Date of the Business fair 


Business Fair conducted! 
by 31 Dec 2015 


Development 
informal traders 


ofl Informal Traders 


New Project 


number of informal traders 


Informal Traders! 

developed by 30 June 


Business Licensing 


New Project 


Date of policy adoption 


Tariff policy developed by 


30 June 2016 


Promote SMME and| 
entrepreneurial 
development 


Support the OVOP| 
cooperative 


new project 


Number of Cooperatives 


Development trainings conducted 


1 Cooperative|R 600,000.00 

development assisted 


Cooperatives 

development 


Number of Cooperatives received| 
inputs 


inputs on 5 corporative| 
under incubation 


pffice of the Municipal Manager/ 
Local Economic Development 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Local Economic Development 


pffice of the Municipal Manager/ 

Local Economic Development 


pffice of the Municipal Manager/ 
Local Economic Development 


pffice of the Municipal Manager/ 
Local Economic Development 


pffice of the Municipal Manager/ 
Local Economic Development 


pffice of the Municipal Manager/ 


Local Economic Development 


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3.4. a 

Increased security 

food 

Agricultural support and 

development 

Community Gardens 

incubator 

10 community 

Gardens assisted 


6 community 

gardens were 

cultivated 

Number of Community Gardens 

Supported 

programme 

10 Community Gardens 

Supported 

R 400,000.00 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Local Economic Development 

3.5. a 



Tractor programme 

support 

cooperatives and 

community gardens 


new project 

number of cooperatives and 

community gardens assisted 

40 gardens supported 


Social Development & Community 

Services / Community Services 

MUNICIPAL FINANCIAL VIABILITY AND MANAGEMENT 


4.1 To improve the 
overall financial 
management in the 
Municipality by 

developing and 

implementing 
appropriate 
financial 

management 

policies, procedures 
and systems by 
2016 


Preparation of monthly 
budget statements in 
terms of section 71 ol 
the MFMA 


Budget, Reporting & 

Compliance 


2016/2017 Annual 

Budget 

N/A 

Adopted by 31 

May 

Date 2016/2017 Annual Budget 

Approved 

31 May 2015 

N/A 

Finance Department / 

Budget, Revenue & Treasury unit 

Mid-term 

performance 

assessment and 

adjustment budget 

N/A 

Adopted by 31 

January 

Date 2015/2016 performance 
assessment and adjustment budget 

Approved 

25-Jan-15 

N/A 

Finance Department / 

Budget, Revenue & Treasury unit 

for 2015/2016 

Monthly Budget 

Statements in terms 

of section 71 of the 

MFMA 

N/A 

Approved monthly 

No of Monthly Financial Reports 

Submitted to the Accounting Officer 

and Provincial Treasury before the 

10th working day of each month 

12 Monthly Financial 

reports submitted 

N/A 

Finance Department / 

Budget, Revenue & Treasury unit 


UMZUMBE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY 


2015/2016 FINANCIAL YEAR 


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PROGRAMME 


PROJECT 


WARD 


BASELINE/ 


STATUS QUO 


KPI MEASURE 


ANNUAL TARGET 


BUDGET 


RESPONSIBLE DEPT & UNIT 


4.1.b 


4.1.C 


4.1.d 


4.1.e 


Preparation of 

|2014/2015 GRAP 

compliant annua 

financial statements 


2014/2015 GRAP 
compliant annua 
financial statements 


N/A 


Submitted by 31 
[August 


Date Annual Financial Statements, 
for 2014/2015 to AG band audit 
report received 


[Annual Financial|R 150,000 

Statements 2014/2015 
submitted by 31 August 
and Audit report received 
by 31 December 


Preparation of monthly 
cashbook, updated 

general ledger and 
preparation ol 

reconciliations 


Expenditure 

Management 


Monthly cashbook, 
updated genera 
ledger and 

preparation ofl 
reconciliation 


N/A 


[All transactions 
recorded monthly 
on system 


No. of Updated cash books. Updated 
General Ledger, Bank 

reconciliations, Creditors 

reconciliations 


12 Updated cash books, 
Updated General Ledger, 
Bank and 

[Creditors reconciliations 


N/A 


Expenditure 

Management 


VAT Compliance 


[Submitted VATINo. of VAT 201 returns submitted 
returns 


Submission of 12 VAT 


201 returns 


Implementation of 


Supply Chain 


Management Policy 


Supply Chain 


Management 


Sitting of bid| 
committees 


N/A 


Bid documents 
were evaluatec 
and adjudicated 


No. of bid committee meetings for the| 
year 


12 bid committee|l 
meetings 


N/A 


Review of SCM 


Policy 


Adopted SCM 


Policy 


Date of adoption of Reviewed SCM 


Policy 


Adopt Reviewed SCM 


Policy 31 of March 2016 


Development of 


Annual Procurement 


Annual 


Procurement Plan 


N/A 


Developed 
procurement plan 


Date of approval of Procurement 


Approved Procurement 


Plan by 30 June 2016 


N/A 


Plan 


Finance Department / 

Budget, Revenue & Treasury unit 


Finance Department / Expenditure 


& Assets unit 


Finance Department / Expenditure 


& Assets unit 


Finance Department / Supply 


Chain Management unit 


Finance Department / Supply 


Chain Management unit 


Finance Department / Supply 


Chain Management unit 


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4.1 .f 


Timeous payment ot Expenditure 
service providers upon 

IV 

receipt of invoices (30 
days) 


Management 


Payment of Service 
providers upon 
receipt of invoice 


N/A 


Payments made| 
within 30 days 


Percentage payment of service 
providers within 30 days on receipt ot 


100% payment of service 
providers within 30 days 
on receipt of invoice 


Finance Department / Expenditure 


& Assets unit 


To ensure accurate 
billing and 

improved revenue 
collection 


Maintain valuation roll 


Maintenance ol 
rates billing system 


Management 


Rates billed an< 
approved 


valuation roll 


id No. of post billing reports and 
valuation rolls 


3 post billing report and 


1 approved valuation roll 


Finance Department / 


Budget, Revenue & Treasury unit 


4.3. a 


To improve asset 
management and 
investments 


Update GRAP 

compliant assets 
register corresponding 


Asset Management 


Updated GRAP 

compliant assets 
register 


N/A 


GRAP compliant]No. of GRAP compliant asset registerjl 
assets register 


Good Governance and Public Participation 


updated GRAP R 400 000 
compliant asset register 


Chief Financial Officer / Assets & 


Expenditure 


5.1. a 


To ensure an 
environment free 
from fraud and 
corruption 


Reporting fraud and 
corruption 


Fraud and 

anticorruption 


Reports 

Compilation 


N/A 


4 Progress reports 
on reported issues 


No of progress reports on fraud and 
corruption issues 


4 Progress reports on 
reported issues 


N/A 


Office of the Municipal 


Manager/Office of the Municipal 


Manager 


To entrench 
culture ot 

accountability, 
participation and 

good governance 


Attending queries 
reported on presidents 
Hotline 


Presidential Hotline 


Attend Presidential 


Hotline 


Number of progress reports' 
submitted to Council 


4 Progress reports 
submitted to council 


Compilation of quarterly!' 
progress reports 


Good Governance Compliance 
practices 
(dashboard) 


Checklist 


Number of checklists submitted to 


EXCO 


12 Compliance 


Checklists submitted to 


Office of the Municipal 


Manager/Office of the Municipal 


Manager 


Office of the Municipal 


Manager/Office of the Municipal 


Manager 


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UMZUMBE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY 

2015/2016 FINANCIAL YEAR 







BASELINE/ 





IDP Ref 

OBJECTIVE 

STRATEGY 

PROGRAMME 

PROJECT 

WARD 

STATUS QUO 

KPI MEASURE 

ANNUAL TARGET 

BUDGET 

RESPONSIBLE DEPT & UNIT 

5.2. c 


Implementation of youth 

Youth Structures 

Youth Council 

N/A 

Quarterly 

Number of Youth Council meetings 

4 meetings 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 



development 

programmes 


Meetings 


meetings 



R 40 000.00 

Youth Development 





Youth Special 

N/A 

One meeting 

Number Youth Special General 

One meeting 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 





General Meeting 


conducted by Q1 

Meeting 


R 40 000.00 

Youth Development 





Youth in Business 

N/A 

Quarterly 

Number Youth Business Forum 

04 Meetings 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 





Forum Meetings 


meetings 



N/A 

Youth Development 





Umzumbe Local 

N/A 

Monthly meetings 

Number Local Sports Confederation 

10 Meetings 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 





Sport 






Youth Development 





Confederation 





R 40 000.00 





Education and Skills 

School Outreach 

All 

Annual School 

Number of School Visits conducted 

Visit 33 Schools 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 




Development 

Programmes 


visits 



N/A 

Youth Development 





Carear Subject 

All 

Career Subject 

Number of career subject selection 

one (1) Career Subject 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 





Selection Seminar 


Selection Seminar 

seminar Grade 9 conducted 

Selection Seminar for 


Youth Development 







conducted in 


Grade 9 

R 70 000.00 



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Social Wellbeing 


Queen of High 


Schools Life Skills 


Programme 


|Young women| 
empowerment 
seminar 


Advocacy and 


Campaign 


Sport & Recreation 


Intergenerational 


Dialogue 


Mass Participation All 


Tournaments 


SALGA Selections 


SALGA GAMES 


All 


All 


2014/2015 
financial year 


Queen of High 

Schools Life Skills| 
Programme 
conducted 
2014/2015 


|Annual 2 dayn 
Seminar held| 
young women 

participants 


[Number of Queen of High Schools| 
event conducted 


[Number of young women| 
empowerment seminar 


Intergenerational 
Dialog conducted! 
in 201 4/201 5 FY 


|Annual sports|| 

development 
tournaments forj 
selection olj 

participants to 

annual SALGA 


SALGA Game; 
conducted 
annually 


|1 Queen of High Schools| 
event 


|One (1) young women| 
empowerment seminar 


[Date of Young boys dialogue with| 
elders 


(Date selection tournaments for|Conduct Selection 
different sport codes conducted 

Tournament 31 

December 201 5 


!S |Date SALGA Games conducted! 
through Tournaments on different 

[sport Codes 


R 100 000.00 


R 120 000.00 


[Conduct Young boys| 
dialogue with elders by 

|31 July 2015 


R 70,000 


R 120,000.00 


R 700 000.00 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Youth Development 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Youth Development 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Youth Development 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Youth Development 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Youth Development 


UMZUMBE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY 


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2015/2016 FINANCIAL YEAR 


PROGRAMME 


PROJECT 


BASELINE/ 


STATUS QUO 


KPI MEASURE 


ANNUAL TARGET 


RESPONSIBLE DEPT & UNIT 


Advocacy and 


Campaign 


Exam Prayers 


Youth Economic 


Transformation 


Youth in Business All 


Indaba 


Sport & Recreation 


4th Sport 


Development 


All 


Umzumbe Beach All 


Games 


Education and Skills 


Development 


Mthembeni Nasha 


Matric High 


Achievers Awards 


All 


Exam Prayer Number Exam Prayers hosted per|Host 1 Exam prayer per] 
conducted per annum 


R 250 000.00 


Annual Youth in 


Business in 


Number of Youth in Business 


Indaba held per annum 


One (1) Youth In 


Business Indaba held pen 


201/2015 


R 180 000.00 


3rd Sport 

Development 

Indaba 

Conducted 

2013/2014 FY 


Number of Sport Development 


Indaba held per annum 


|One (1) Sport 
Development Indaba held 
per annum 


R 250 000.00 


|Annual Beach|| 
Games 

conducted per 


Date Umzumbe Beach Games 


Conducted 


Conduct Umzumbe 


Beach Games by 31 


R 150 000.00 


Umzumbe Top 10 

Matriculates 
awarded based 


Number of Matriculates Awards 


Ceremony held by 31 March 2016 


One (1) Matriculates 
Awards Ceremony held by 
31 March 2016 


R 150 000.00 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Youth Development 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Youth Development 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Youth Development 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Youth Development 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Youth Development 


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|Career Guidance^ 
and Expo 


Sport & Recreation 


Good Governance & 


Public Participation 


Sport & Recreation 


Mayoral Tertiary 


Registration Fess 


Mayoral Cup 


Preliminary Games 


Annual Youth 


Development 


Mayoral Cup 


All 


on them 

performance in| 
NSC examination 

results 


128 learners I 
assisted with 
Tertiary 

registration fees 


201 4/201 5|| 
Annual Career 


Guidance am 
Expo conducted| 
for Grade 12 from 


(Number of learners assisted with| 
registration fees 


Number of Career Guidance and 


|C I Expo conducted per annum 


all wards 
New project 


Annual 3 day 

Youth 

Development 

Summit held per 


|1 00 learners assisted with| 
registration fees 


1 Career Guidance and 


Expo 


Date of Mayoral Cup Preliminary 


Number Youth Development 


Summit held per annum 


Mayoral cup Number of Mayoral Cup Sport 
games conducted 
annually 


Events conducted 


R 700 000.00 


R 120 000.00 


By end of May 2016 


One Youth development 


Summit held per annum 


1 Mayoral Cup Sport 


R 250 000.00 


R 300 000.00 


R 250 000.00 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Youth Development 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Youth Development 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Youth Development 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Youth Development 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Youth Development 


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Good Governance & 

Youth Day 

All 

Annual Youth 

Date of Youth day Commemoration 

Conduct Youth 

Day 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Public Participation 

Commemoration 


Day 

conducted 

Commemoration 

June 2016 

by 30 


Youth Development 




Commemoration 




R 400 000 



UMZUMBE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY 

2015/2016 FINANCIAL YEAR 

IDP Ref 

OBJECTIVE 

STRATEGY 

PROGRAMME 

PROJECT 

WARD 

BASELINE/ 

STATUS QUO 

KPI MEASURE 

ANNUAL TARGET 

BUDGET 

RESPONSIBLE DEPT & UNIT 

5.2. d 


Supporting of NGO's 

NGO Programmes 

Incubator 

Programme 

6 Wards 

6 NGOs 

Number of NGO's supported inputs 

6 NGO's 

R 350,000.00 

Social Development and 

Community Services /Community 

Services 

5.2. e 

Public Safety program 

Municipal Police 

service 

Establishment of 

Traffic department 

All wards 

0 

Date of receiving authorization letter 

from department of Transport 

Application for the 

establishment of Traffic 

Department 

equitable share 

Social Development and 

Community Services /Community 

Services 

Social Crime 

Prevention 

campaign 

All wards 

0 

Number of Campaigns conducted 

3 Campaigns 

R 400 000 

Social Development and 

Community Services /Community 

Services 


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Implementation of 

Special Programmes 

(vulnerable groups) 


Disability 


HIV/AIDS 


Programme 


Meetings 


Disability Sports 


Day 


Disability 


All 


awareness in 


Disability Day All 


LAC Meetings All 


Forum on 


traditional healers 


(HIV/AIDS) 


World Aids Day All 


All 


|There were four Number of disability meetings held 
disability meetings 
in a year 


Disability sports Date of host disability sport day 
day take place in 
district level 


New project 


Date Disability awareness 


HIV/AIDS held 


LAC meetings 
take place 4 times 
in a year 


New project 


November every] 1 
year 


Four meetings in 4 


Quarters 


|l Disability sport day event| 
held by 30 July 


1 Disability awareness 


HIV/AIDS by 31 


December 2015 


Disability sports Date disability day event held 
place take place] 
every December 


03 


1 Disability day event by 


31 December 2015 


Number of LAC Meetings held 


Date Traditional healers Forum held 


Word Aids Daypate Commemoration of World Aids 
takes place in 


Day and Candle light event held World Aids Day and 


R 150,000.00 


R 60,000.00 


Four LAC Meetings 


4 Meetings of Traditional 
Healers Forum in all 
quarters 


Commemoration of 


Candle light by 31 


R 200 000.00 


R 40,000.00 


R 300,000.00 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Special Programmes 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Special Programmes 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Special Programmes 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Special Programmes 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Special Programmes 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Special Programmes 


Office of the Municipal Manager / 


Special Programmes 


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December 2015 



Gender Programme 

1 6 Days of 

Activism 

All 

Takes place 

December of 

every year 

Date 1 6 Days of Activism event held 

1 Event of 1 6 Days of 

Activism 31 December 

2015 

R 100,000.00 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Special Programmes 


Gender Meetings 

All 

There were four 

gender meetings 

in a year 

Number of gender meetings held 

4 meetings 

R 40,000.00 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Special Programmes 


UMZUMBE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY 

2015/2016 FINANCIAL YEAR 

IDP Ref 

OBJECTIVE 

STRATEGY 

PROGRAMME 

PROJECT 

WARD 

BASELINE/ 

STATUS QUO 

KPI MEASURE 

ANNUAL TARGET 

BUDGET 

RESPONSIBLE DEPT & UNIT 





Boys to Men 

All 

1 Event 

Date Boys to Men event held 

1 Boys to Men event held 

1 by 31 March 2016 

R 250 000.00 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Special Programmes 

Women 

Empowerment 

workshop 

All 

New Project 

Date women empowerment 

workshop held 

Women Empowerment 

workshop by 30 August 

2015 

R 150 000.00 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Special Programmes 

Men and Women 

dialogue 

All 

New project 

Date Men and Women dialogue held 

1 Men and Women 

dialogue by 30 September 

2015 

R 150,000.00 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Special Programmes 


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Senior Citizens 


Rights of a child 


Golden Games 


District, Provincia | 
and National 
games every Q1- 

Q2 


Number of Golden games held 4 Golden games from 


July-November 2015 


R 300,000.00 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Special Programmes 


Intergenerational 

Dialogue 


New project 


Date Intergenerational dialogue held 


|1 lntergenerational| 

dialogue by 31 July 2015 


R 100,000.00 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Special Programmes 


|Awareness of 

rights of senior] 
citizens 


|Took place at ward|l 
15 


(Date of Awareness of senior citizen| 
rights campaign 


senior citizen rights 


awareness campaign by 


31 July 2015 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Special Programmes 


Senior Citizen; 
meetings 


slMI 


|4 meeting in fourjNumber of Senior Citizens meetings |4 meetings 
quarters 


R 40,000.00 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Special Programmes 


Rights of a child|> 
meetings 


New project 


[Number of Rights of a Child Forum| 
meetings 


i|4 Rights of a Child Forum| 
meetings 


Date Commemoration of Child 


Protection event held 


Commemoration of Child 


Protection event by 30 


R 40,000.00 


June 2015 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Special Programmes 


Back to school^ 
campaign 


All 


Takes place every| 
year in 

February 


Date back to school campaign held 


|l Back to School 
campaign by 28 February 
2016 


R 300 000.00 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Special Programmes 


Sanitary dignity^ 
campaign 


Take place in 


March 


Date Sanitary Dignity Campaign held 


1 sanitary Dignity 


Campaign by 28 


R 50,000.00 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Special Programmes 


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February 2016 



Mini umkhos 

womhlanga 

All 

Takes place 

before umkhos 

womhlanga at 

Date Mini umkhosi womhlanga held 

1 Mini Umkhosi 

womhlanga by 30 

September 201 5 

R 200,000.00 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Special Programmes 

Umkhosi 

womhlanga 

(Enyokeni) 

All 

Takes place every 
year in 

September 

Date Umkhozi womhlanga held 

1 Umkhosi womhlanga by 

30 September 2015 

R 200,000.00 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Special Programmes 

Vulnerable Children 

Programmes 

Dress a child 

All wards 

1 737 

Number of vulnerable children 

benefited from (school uniform) 

2000 vulnerable children 

benefitting (school 

uniform) 

R 800,000.00 

Social Development and 

Community Services /Community 

Services 

Approval of internal 

audit plan 

Internal Auditing 

Internal Audit Plan 

N/A 

N/A 

Date of Internal Audit plan Approved 

by the Audit Committee 

Approval of Internal Audit 
plan by the Audit 
committee by 30 Sep 

2015 

In-house 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Internal Audit 


UMZUMBE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY 


2015/2016 FINANCIAL YEAR 








BASELINE/ 





IDP Ref 

OBJECTIVE 

STRATEGY 

PROGRAMME 

PROJECT 

WARD 

STATUS QUO 

KPI MEASURE 

ANNUAL TARGET 

BUDGET 

RESPONSIBLE DEPT & UNIT 


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Approval of internal Internal Auditing Internal Audit Plan N/A 


Date Internal Audit Charter approved Approval of Internal Audit 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


by the Audit Committee 


Charter by the 30 Sep 


Improve human Ward Committees Ward committedAII 


100% ward Percentage of stipends paid to ward 100% ward committees 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


capacity (training andSupport 


appointment ofl 


additional staff 


Increase human capital 


Training of Ward All 


Committees on 


committees paid committees 


stipend pen 


paid stipend per seating 


Ward Committees Number of Ward Committees training 2 
trained o modules 

sessions on module 5&6 


Speakers office 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Speakers office 


R 1,000,000.00 


Functionality of Ward 


Ward committedAII 


All ward committeeNumber of ward committee meetings Seating of 190 ward 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


meetings seating held 


as per schedule 


committee meetings 


Speakers office 


of Internal Auditing Implementation of N/A 


assessments as per 


internal Audit plan 


8 Project 
completed as per 


completion of reports by date review of Q4 PMS by 30 


internal plan (IT 


infrastructure and 


review of Q1 PMS by 31 


disaster recovery, 
review of general and 


application controls, 


review of assets 


management, review of 


revenue management, 


review of performance 


Fleet Management by 31 


Review IT general and 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


management systems, 


Application control by 31 


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review of financial 
discipline and follow up 
on previous reports 


UMZUMBE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY 


2015/2016 FINANCIAL YEAR 








BASELINE/ 


IDP Ref 

OBJECTIVE 

STRATEGY 

PROGRAMME 

PROJECT 

WARD 

STATUS QUO 

KPI MEASURE 


Umzumbe Municipality KZ213 Integrated Development 


Dec 2015 

Review of Q2 PMS by 31 

March 2016 

Review of SCM by 31 

March 2016 

Review of Payroll by 31 

March 2016 

Review of Q3 PMS by 30 

June 2016 

Review of Assets 

Management by 30 June 

2016 


ANNUAL TARGET RESPONSIBLE DEPT & UNIT 

BUDGET 


2015/16 Page 222 







Internal Auditing 

Internal Audit Plan 

N/A 

4 

Number of Audit Committee meeting 

held 

4 Meetings held 

N/A 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Internal Audit 

5.3. a 

To ensure access 

to municipal 

information 

(communication) 

Review and 

implementation of 

communication 

strategy 

Communications 

Inkanyezi 

Yomzumbe 

Newspaper & 

Translation ol 

annual report 

N/A 

24 000 copies of 

Inkanyezi 

Yomzumbe 

printed and 

distributed 

Number of Newspapers published 

and distributed quarterly 

24 0000 copies of 

Inkanyezi Yomzumbe 

printed 

R 260,000.00 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Communications Mayoralty and 

Youth Development 

Communication 

Strategy 

N/A 

2012 

communication 

strategy 

Date of Review and adoption of 

communication strategy 

Communication strategy 

reviewed and submitted to 

top manco by 

3/31/2016 

R 50,000.00 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Communications Mayoralty and 

Youth Development 

Radio slots and 

print advertisement 

All 

12 radio slots with 

ukhozi and 12 

with RSS 

Number of radio slots and print 

advertisement 

36 radio slots and 9 print 

advertisement 

R 310,000.00 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Communications Mayoralty and 

Youth Development 

Communications 

Mayoral Column 

All 

New project 

Number of Mayoral Column in the 

local newspaper 

8 Mayoral Column 

9000 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Communications Mayoralty and 

Youth Development 



Communications 

Municipal Events 

All 

24 events held 

during 2014/2015 

financial year 

Number of municipal events held 

Host 28 municipal events 
(9 sod turning. 4 project 
handover, 5 Mayoral 
izimbizo, 5 IDP 

Roadshows, Nelson 

Mandela Day 

R 1,900,000.00 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Communications Mayoralty and 

Youth Development 


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Celebration, World Aids 

Day, June 16 (Youth 

Day) 16 Days of activism, 

Ntelezi Msani memorial 



5.4. a 

To ensure 

functionality of 

sustenance of 

Ward Committees 

(Ward 

Committees) 

Review and implement 

community-based 

plans 

Ward Committees 

Support 

Table of ward 

committee report to 

Council 

All 

Minutes of Ward 

Committees 

submitted to 

Council 

Number of ward committees reports 

submitted to Council 

4 report submitted to 

Council 

N/A 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Speakers office 

Review of ward 

plans 

All 

19 ward plans 

developed 

Number of ward plans reviewed 

1 9 ward plans reviewed 

N/A 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Speakers office 


UMZUMBE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY 

2015/2016 FINANCIAL YEAR 

IDP Ref 

OBJECTIVE 

STRATEGY 

PROGRAMME 

PROJECT 

WARD 

BASELINE/ 

STATUS QUO 

KPI MEASURE 

ANNUAL TARGET 

BUDGET 

RESPONSIBLE DEPT & UNIT 





Community 

meetings 

All 

All wards had 

community meetings 

even though minutes 

were not submitted to 

speakers offices 

Number of community meetings 

organized by ward committees 

76 Community meetings 

N/A 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Speakers office 


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Improve human 

capacity (training and 
appointment ol 

additional staff 

members) 


Capacity Building 


Functionality of Ward 


Committees 


Ward Committees 


Support 


Ward committee 

stipends 

all 

100% ward 

committees paid 

stipend per seating 

% of stipends paid to ward 

committees 

100% ward committees 

paid stipend per seating 

R 1000 000,00 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Speakers office 

Training of Ward 

Committees on 

modules 7 & 8 

all 

Ward 

Committees trained 

on modules 6 & 6 

Number of Ward Committees 

training sessions on module 7 & 8 

ward committees trained 

on module 7 &8 

R 440 000,00 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Speakers office 

Ward committee 

meetings 

all 

all ward committee 

meetings held as per 

schedule of meetings 

Number of ward committee 

meetings held 

Seating of 190 ward 

committee meetings 

N/A 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Speakers office 



6.1. a 

To ensure efficient 

and credible 

strategic and spatial 

municipal planning 

by 2015 

To review and develop 

credible IDP 

2014/2015 

Credible IDP 

Review and 

develop credible 

IDP 

All 

Adopted 

2014/2015 IDP 

Date of adoption of a Credible 

2015/2016 IDP by Council 

31 -May-1 5 

R 200,000.00 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Development Planning and Local 

Economic Development 

6.1. b 


Translate IDP into 

IsiZulu 

Communications 

Translation of 

Annual Report and 

IDP 

N/A 

None 

Date of translation of Annual 

Report and IDP 

Annual Report by 30 

June 2015 and IDP by 30 

September 2014 

R 40,000.00 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Communications Mayoralty and 

Youth Development 

6.2. a 

To ensure up-to 

date geographic 

information system 

by 2016 

Complete and adopt 

Wall-to wall scheme 

and Land audit 

Implementation of 

SPLUMAand PDA 

Umzumbe Wall-to- 

Wall Scheme 

All 

Draft T urton Land 

Use Scheme 

Date of adoption of the scheme 

Complete the first 3 

Phases in terms of the 

Project Plan 

R490 000+ 500000 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Development Planning and Local 

Economic Development 


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6.2. b 


Implementation of 

Spatial Planning and 

Land Use 

Management Act 16 

2013 and PDA 


Facilitate the|| 
establishment of 

Municipal Planning 


PDA Delegation ol 
Powers 


itjDate of Establishment of Fully; 
functional Municipal Planning and| 

|T ribunal 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


Development Planning and Local 


Economic Development 


Development of 


N/A 


Date of adoption of Fully|31 -Mar-1 5 
functional 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 


SPLUMAand PDA 

Billing System 


Billing System 


N/A 


Development Planning and Local 

Economic Development 


UMZUMBE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY 

2015/2016 FINANCIAL YEAR 

IDP Ref 

OBJECTIVE 

STRATEGY 

PROGRAMME 

PROJECT 

WARD 

BASELINE/ 

STATUS QUO 

KPI MEASURE 

ANNUAL TARGET 

BUDGET 

RESPONSIBLE DEPT & UNIT 




Development 

PDA Applications 

All Wards 

2 Applications 

PDA applications processed within 

90 days 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 




Planning 




90 days 



Development Planning and Local 










N/A 

Economic Development 

6.2. c 


Investing in localities of 

Implementation of 

Development of 

17& 19 

2012 SDF 

Date of adoption of Turton Beach 

30 June 2015 


Office of the Municipal Manager/ 



economic growth 











(Turton Beach 

SPLUMAand PDA 

Turton Beach 



Framework 



Development Planning and Local 



Development 


Framework 





R 500,000.00 

Economic Development 


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6.2. e 


Framework) 

Increasing awareness 

on development 

planning tools to 

various stakeholders 

Awareness 

campaigns 

Awareness 

campaigns 

all wards (1- 

19) 

N/A 

Number of SPLUMA/PDA awareness 

campaigns 

2 SPLUM/PDA awareness 

campaigns 

R 60,000.00 

Office of the Municipal Manager/ 

Development Planning and Local 

Economic Development 

6.3. a 

To ensure improved 

Enhancement of 

DM Advisory Forum 

Facilitation of DM 

N/A 

4 Quarterly 

Number of local DM Advisory Forum 

4 Local DM Advisory 


Social Development and 


response to 

disaster management 





meetings 








Advisory Forum 


Forums 


Forum Meetings 


Community Services / Disaster 


disasters 

structures and systems 


















R 20 000.00 

Management 




DM Capacity 

Capacity Building 

6 

Trainings 

Number of trainings conducted 

6 training 

R 635 000.00 

Social Development and 




Building and 







Community Services / Disaster 




Training 







Management 

6.3. b 


72 Hour Response to 

DM Response and 

Disaster Incident 

All Wards 

2014/2015 report 

Number of Disaster Incident 

4 Reports on the Disaster 

R 400 000 

Social Development and 









incidents 





Disaster Incidents 

Recovery 

Support 



Reports 



Community Services/ Disaster 











Management 





Establishment of 

Municipal 

2014/2015 report 

Date of Fire Fighting Equipment 

Procurement of firefighting 

R 700 000.00 

Social Development and 









equipment by 30 







Fire Services 

Main Offices 


Procured 

June 2016 


Community Services/ Disaster 











Management 



Establishment of fire 

Trainee Fire 

Stipend for Trainee 

Municipal 

New Project 

Percentage of Payment of Trainee 

Payment of stipends for 4 


Social Development and 



fighting and rescue 



Main Offices 









Fighters 

Fire Fighters 



Fire Fighters 

Fire Fighters 


Community Services / Disaster 



satellite centres 


















R 120 000.00 

Management 


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6.3. c 



Lightning 

Conductors 

Installation of 

Lightning 

Conductors 

All wards 

New Project 

Number of Lightning Conductors 

installed 

38 Lightning Conductors 

installed (2 per ward) 

R 200 000.00 

Social Development and 

Community Services / Disaster 

Management 

6.3. d 

Mitigating Impact of 

Disasters 

Disaster 

Management 

Progress Meetings 

with Volunteers 

All wards 

2014/2015 

Report 

Number of meetings conducted 

8 

R 80 000.00 

Social Development and 

Community Services / Disaster 

Volunteers 

DM Awareness 

Campaigns 

Conduct DM 

Awareness 

All wards 

6 

Number of Awareness campaign 

conducted 

13 Awareness campaigns 

conducted 

R 749 998.00 

Management 

social Development and Community Services/ Disaster 





Campaigns 






Management 


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7 CHAPTER 7: FINANCIAL PLAN 
7.1 2015/2016 Final Annual Budget 


7.1.1 Revenue Budget by Source 


Revenue by source 

Medium Term Income and Expenditure 

Framework 

Budget year 

2015/2016 

Budget Year 

2016/2017 

Budget Year 

2017/2018 

Government grants and subsidies 

Interest from investments 

Tender Sales/Hall hire & other Revenue 

Rates Income 

Internally generated funds 

196,693,887.00 

4,500,000.00 

600,000.00 

4.157.557.00 

6.082.513.00 

186,267,000.00 

5,000,000.00 

610,000.00 

4,157,557.00 

174,500,000.00 

5,500,000.00 

620,000.00 

4,157,557.00 

TOTAL INCOME BUDGET 

n 

n 

n 


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7.1.2 Operating Expenditure by Vote 


COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL SERVICES 

FINANCE AND ADMIN 


EXECUTIVE AND COUNCIL 

Description 

Technical 

Economic 

Finance 

Corporate 

Planning & LED 

MM office 

Mayor's office 

TOTAL 

Employee related costs 




40,589,107.02 




40,589,107.02 

Remuneration of councilors 




12,520,820.06 




12,520,820.06 

Advertising & Public Relations 




400,000.00 




400,000.00 

External Audit Fees 



1,320,000.00 





1,320,000.00 

Internal Audit Fees 






150,000.00 


150,000.00 

Depreciation/Amortization 



15,500,000.00 





15,500,000.00 

Bank Charges 



121,000.00 





121,000.00 

Conferences and Workshops or Summits: Staff 



60,000.00 

250,000.00 




310,000.00 

Consultants Fees 

10,000,000.00 


550,000.00 

400,000.00 




10,950,000.00 

Shared Services 






350,000.00 


350,000.00 

Development Planning 





1,550,000.00 



1,550,000.00 

Public/Community Participation 







2,500,000.00 

2,500,000.00 

Community Initiatives Support 







950,000.00 

950,000.00 


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Electricity 


Functions: Staff and Councilors 


Entertainment: Office refreshments 


Entertainment: Mayor 


30,000.00 30,000.00 


Entertainment: Speaker/EXCO 


40,000.00 40,000.00 


Entertainment: Municipal Manager 


Catering: Full Council Meetings 


Catering: Executive Committee Meetings 


Catering: Portfolio Committees Meetings 


Other Meetings 


315,000.00 


Saiga Subscription 


Description 


COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL SERVICES 


FINANCE AND ADMIN 



EXECUTIVE AND COUNCIL 


Economic I Finance I Corporate I Planning I MM office I Mayor's office I TOTAL 



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Maintenance - Community Facilities 


1,400,000.00 






1,400,000.00 

Maintenance - Sports Facilities 

2,000,000.00 







2,000,000.00 

Maintenance - Plant and equipment 




1,000,000.00 




1,000,000.00 

Maintenance - Office Buildings 




350,000.00 




350,000.00 

Maintenance - Motor Vehicles 




915,029.69 




915,029.69 

Maintenance - Roads repairs 

6,000,000.00 







6,000,000.00 

Maintenance - Computer Equipment 




105,000.00 




105,000.00 

Fleet Running Costs 




900,000.00 




900,000.00 

Printing & Stationery 




800,000.00 


50,000.00 


850,000.00 

Subscriptions & Publications 





6,000.00 


450,000.00 

456,000.00 

Batho Pele 






650,000.00 


650,000.00 

Marketing & promotion 







430,000.00 

430,000.00 

Rental and lease charges 




150,000.00 




150,000.00 

Radio Slots 







450,000.00 

450,000.00 

Security 




1,400,000.00 




1,400,000.00 

Workmen's Compensation 




50,000.00 




50,000.00 


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Training: Staff 




400,000.00 




Training: Councilors 




300,000.00 




Bursaries: External 







700,000.00 

Bursaries: Internal 




300,000.00 




Staff Relocation Costs 




40,000.00 




Subsistence & Travelling and Accommodation 

Team building 

250,000.00 

150,000.00 

300,000.00 

200,000.00 

350,000.00 

180,000.00 

300,000.00 

1,200,000.00 

Departmental Strategic Sessions 




60,000.00 


130,000.00 


Telephones 




750,000.00 




Contracted cellphones 




850,000.00 




Uniforms & Protective Clothing 

100,000.00 

40,000.00 

30,000.00 

150,000.00 

90,000.00 



Licence Fees (i.e. Fleet and Computers) 




550,000.00 





COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL SERVICES 

FINANCE AND ADMIN 


EXECUTIVE AND COUNCIL 

Description 

Technical 

Economic 

Finance 

Corporate 

Planning 

MM office 

Mayor's office 


Performance Management System and IDP 

Property rates implementation 



350,000.00 


500,000.00 





400.000. 00 

300.000. 00 

700.000. 00 

300.000. 00 

40,000.00 

2,580,000.00 

350.000. 00 

190.000. 00 

750.000. 00 

850.000. 00 

410.000. 00 

550.000. 00 

TOTAL 

500.000. 00 

350.000. 00 


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IT Upgrade and web site hosting 




350,000.00 




350,000.00 

Psychomatric & vetting 




50,000.00 




50,000.00 

Ward Committees: Stipends, Capacity building and other expenses 







1,500,000.00 

1,500,000.00 

Petty Cash 



36,000.00 





36,000.00 

Grid electricity/Free Basic Electricity/Gel/Solar 

12,000,000.00 

2,200,000.00 






14,200,000.00 

Waste/Environmental management 

2,084,000.00 







2,084,000.00 

Community Gardens 


500,000.00 



400,000.00 



900,000.00 

Co-operatives Development 





1,100,000.00 



1,100,000.00 

SMMEs Development 





1,200,000.00 



1,200,000.00 

Tourism development 





5,300,000.00 



5,300,000.00 

Arts and Culture 





1,000,000.00 



1,000,000.00 

Arts and Craft 





300,000.00 



300,000.00 

HIV and AIDS Programmes 







450,000.00 

450,000.00 

Disability programmes 







450,000.00 

450,000.00 

Senior citizens programmes 







450,000.00 

450,000.00 

Vulnerable/Right of a child(ren) programmes 


1,200,000.00 





550,000.00 

1,750,000.00 


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Gender programmes 







550,000.00 

550,000.00 

Disaster management 


2,205,000.00 






2,205,000.00 

Poverty Alleviation programme (Indigent) 


300,000.00 






300,000.00 

NGO's Programme 


450,000.00 






450,000.00 

Youth programmes (including sport & recreation) 







2,900,000.00 

2,900,000.00 

Saiga games 







700,000.00 

700,000.00 

Sport and recreation development 






80,000.00 


80,000.00 

Social Awareness / Traffic 


650,000.00 






650,000.00 

TOTAL 

32,434,000.00 

9,095,000.00 

18,267,000.00 

66,859,956.77 

11,626,000.00 

1,965,000.00 

14,300,000.00 

154,546,956.77 


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7.1.3 Operating Expenditure by Nature 


Operating Expenditure By Nature 

Medium Term Income and Expenditure | 

Budget year 
2015/2016 

Budget Year 
2016/2017 

Budget Year 
2017/2018 

Budget 

Budget 

Budget 


40,589,107.02 

42,780,918.80 

45,091,088.41 


12,520,820.06 

13,196,944.34 

13,909,579.34 


400,000.00 

421,600.00 

444,366.40 


1,320,000.00 

1,391,280.00 

1,466,409.12 

Employee related costs 

150,000.00 

158,100.00 

166,637.40 

Remuneration of councilors 

15,500,000.00 

16,337,000.00 

17,219,198.00 

Advertising/Public Relations 

121,000.00 

127,534.00 

134,420.84 

Audit Fees : External 

310,000.00 

326,740.00 

344,383.96 

Audit Fees : Internal 

10,950,000.00 

11,541,300.00 

12,164,530.20 

Capital Charges: Depreciation 

350,000.00 

368,900.00 

388,820.60 

Bank Charges 

1,550,000.00 

1,633,700.00 

1,721,919.80 

Conferences and Workshops or Summits: Staff 

2,500,000.00 



Consultants Fees 

950,000.00 

2,635,000.00 

2,777,290.00 

Shared Services 


1,001,300.00 

1,055,370.20 

Development Planning 

250,000.00 

263,500.00 

277,729.00 

Public/Community Participation 

35,000.00 

36,890.00 

38,882.06 

Community Initiatives Support 




Electricity 

70,000.00 

73,780.00 

77,764.12 

Water 




Functions: Staff and Councilors 

90,000.00 

94,860.00 

99,982.44 

Entertainment: Office Refreshments 




Entertainment: Mayor 

30,000.00 

31,620.00 

33,327.48 

Operating Expenditure By Nature 

Medium Term Income and Expenditure 

Budget year 
2014/2015 

Budget Year 
2014/2015 

Budget Year 
2015/2016 

Budget 

Budget 

Budget 


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Entertainment: Speaker 

40,000.00 



Entertainment: Municipal Manager 


42,160.00 

44,436.64 

Catering: Full Council Meetings 

35,000.00 



Catering: EXCO 


36,890.00 

38,882.06 

Catering: Portfolio Committees Meetings 

70,000.00 



Catering: Other Meetings 


73,780.00 

77,764.12 

Saiga Subscriptions 

55,000.00 



Insurance: General 


57,970.00 

61,100.38 

Legal Charges 

65,000.00 



Maintenance - Community Facilities 

315,000.00 

68,510.00 

72,209.54 

Maintenance - Sports Facilities 


332,010.00 

349,938.54 

Maintenance - Plant and equipment 

650,000.00 



Maintenance - Office Buildings 


685,100.00 

722,095.40 

Maintenance - Motor Vehicles 

700,000.00 



Maintenance - Roads repairs 

600,000.00 

737,800.00 

777,641.20 

Maintenance - Computer Equipment 

1,400,000.00 

632,400.00 

666,549.60 

Fleet Running Costs 


1,475,600.00 

1,555,282.40 

Printing & Stationery 

2,000,000.00 



Subscriptions & Publications 

1,000,000.00 

2,108,000.00 

2,221,832.00 

Batho Pele 

350,000.00 

1,054,000.00 

1,110,916.00 

Marketing and promotion 

915,029.69 

368,900.00 

388,820.60 

Rental and lease charges 

6,000,000.00 

964,441.29 

1,016,521.12 


105,000.00 

6,324,000.00 

6,665,496.00 



110,670.00 

116,646.18 


900,000.00 





948,600.00 

999,824.40 


850,000.00 





895,900.00 

944,278.60 


456,000.00 





480,624.00 

506,577.70 


650,000.00 





685,100.00 

722,095.40 


430,000.00 





453,220.00 

477,693.88 


150,000.00 





158,100.00 

166,637.40 


Operating Expenditure By Nature 

Medium Term Income and Expenditure 

Budget year 

2015/2016 

Budget Year 

2016/2017 

Budget Year 

2017/2018 

Budget 

Budget 

Budget 


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Radio Slots 
Security 

Workmen's Compensation 
Training: Staff 
Training: Councilors 
Bursaries: External 
Bursaries: Internal 
Staff Relocation Costs 

Subsistence & Travelling and Accommodation 
Team building 

Departmental Strategic Sessions 

Telephones 

Contracted cellphones 

Uniforms & Protective Clothing 

Licence Fees (i.e. Fleet and Computers) 

Performance Management System and IDP 
Property rates implementation 
IT Upgrade & Web-site hosting 
Psychomatric & vetting 

Ward Committees: Stipends, Capacity building and other expenses 
Petty Cash 


Operating Expenditure By Nature 


Umzumbe Munici 


450.000. 00 
1,400,000.00 

50,000.00 

400.000. 00 

474.300.00 
1,475,600.00 

52,700.00 

421.600.00 

499,912.20 

1,555,282.40 

55,545.80 

444,366.40 

300,000.00 

316,200.00 

333,274.80 

700,000.00 

737,800.00 

777,641.20 

300.000. 00 
40,000.00 

2,580,000.00 

350.000. 00 

316.200.00 
42,160.00 

2,719,320.00 

368.900.00 

333,274.80 

44,436.64 

2,866,163.28 

388,820.60 

190,000.00 

200,260.00 

211,074.04 

750,000.00 

790,500.00 

833,187.00 

850,000.00 

895,900.00 

944,278.60 

410,000.00 

432,140.00 

455,475.56 

550,000.00 

579,700.00 

611,003.80 

500,000.00 

527,000.00 

555,458.00 

350,000.00 

368,900.00 

388,820.60 

350,000.00 

368,900.00 

388,820.60 

50,000.00 

52,700.00 

55,545.80 

1,500,000.00 

1,581,000.00 

1,666,374.00 

36,000.00 

37,944.00 

39,992.98 

Medium Term Income and Expenditure 

Budget year 

Budget Year 

Budget Year 

2015/2016 

2016/2017 

2017/2018 


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Budget 


Budget 


Budget 


Free Basic Energy/Grid Electricity/Gel (INEP) 
Waste Management 
Community Gardens 

Co-operatives Development and capacity building 

SMMEs Development 

Tourism development 

Arts and Culture 

Arts and Craft 

HIV and AIDS Programmes 

Disability programmes 

Senior citizens programmes 

Vulnerable/Right of a child(ren) programmes 

Gender programmes 

Disaster management 

Poverty Alleviation programme (Indigent) 

NGO's Programme 
Youth programmes 
Saiga games 

Sport and Recreation development 
Social Awareness (Traffic) 

TOTAL 


14 , 200 , 000.00 

14 , 966 , 800.00 

15 , 775 , 007.20 

2 , 084 , 000.00 

2 , 196 , 536.00 

2 , 315 , 148.94 

900 , 000.00 

948 , 600.00 

999 , 824.40 

1 , 100 , 000.00 

1 , 159 , 400.00 

1 , 222 , 007.60 

1 , 200 , 000.00 

1 , 264 , 800.00 

1 , 333 , 099.20 

5 , 300 , 000.00 

5 , 586 , 200.00 

5 , 887 , 854.80 

1 , 000 , 000.00 

1 , 054 , 000.00 

1 , 110 , 916.00 

300 , 000.00 

316 , 200.00 

333 , 274.80 

450 , 000.00 

474 , 300.00 

499 , 912.20 

450 , 000.00 

474 , 300.00 

499 , 912.20 

450 , 000.00 

474 , 300.00 

499 , 912.20 

1 , 750 , 000.00 

1 , 844 , 500.00 

1 , 944 , 103.00 

550 , 000.00 

579 , 700.00 

611 , 003.80 

2 , 205 , 000.00 

2 , 324 , 070.00 

2 , 449 , 569.78 

300 , 000.00 

316 , 200.00 

333 , 274.80 

450 , 000.00 

474 , 300.00 

499 , 912.20 

2 , 900 , 000.00 

3 , 056 , 600.00 

3 , 221 , 656.40 

700 , 000.00 

737 , 800.00 

777 , 641.20 

80 , 000.00 

84 , 320.00 

88 , 873.28 

650 , 000.00 

685 , 100.00 

722 , 095.40 


154 , 546 , 956.77 162 , 892 , 492.43 171 , 688 , 687.02 


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7.1.4 Capital Expenditure by Category 


Capital Expenditure by category 


Medium Term Income and Expenditure 
Framework 


Budget yea 
2015/2016 



Infrastructure and services 


Community Services 


Ntelezi Msani 

Construction of Sport fields 


Sports field upgrade 


Upgrade of Community facilities(incl. shelters) 


Operational Assets 


Purchase of plant 

Municipal office Buildings(incl. generator room) 


Motor Vehicles 


Furniture and Fittings 


Computer and Equipment 


2 , 000 , 000.00 


19,437,967.68 


2 , 000 , 000.00 


1 , 000 , 000.00 


2,200,000.00 


6,600,000.00 


2,700,000.00 


925,000.00 


1,690,000.00 



Budget Yea 
2017/2018 


18,584,032.32 19,587,570.07 20,645,298.85 


2,108,000.00 2,221,832.00 

20,487,61 7.93 21 ,593,949.30 


2,108,000.00 2,221,832.00 


2.318.800.00 2,444,015.20 

6.956.400.00 7,332,045.60 


2,845,800.00 2,999,473.20 


974,950.00 1,027,597.30 


1,781,260.00 1,877,448.04 



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TOTAL 


59 , 168 , 398.00 


62 , 363 , 491.49 


57 , 137 , 000.00 





















Entertainment: Office refreshments 
Entertainment: Mayor 
Entertainment: Speaker/EXCO 
Entertainment: Municipal Manager 
Catering: Full Council Meetings 
Catering: Executive Committee Meetings 
Catering: Portfolio Committees Meetings 
Other Meetings 
Saiga Subscription 




















IPrinting & Stationery 


Subscriptions & Publications 
Batho Pele 

Marketing & promotion 
Rental and lease charges 
Radio Slots 
Security 

Workmen's Compensation 
Training: Staff 
Training: Councilors 
Bursaries: External 

Bursaries: Internal 

Staff Relocation Costs 

Subsistence & Travelling and Accommodation 250,000.00 

Team building 

Departmental Strategic Sessions 

Telephones 

Contracted cellphones 

Uniforms & Protective Clothing 1 00,000.00 

Licence Fees (i.e. Fleet and Computers) 


150,000.00 


40,000.00 


800,000.00 


150.000. 00 

1,400,000.00 

50.000. 00 

400.000. 00 

300.000. 00 

300.000. 00 

40.000. 00 

300,000.00 200,000.00 

350.000. 00 

60.000. 00 

750.000. 00 

850.000. 00 

30,000.00 150,000.00 

550.000. 00 


50,000.00 

6 , 000.00 

650,000.00 


180,000.00 300,000.00 

130,000.00 

90,000.00 


850.000. 00 

450.000. 00 456,000.00 

650.000. 00 

430.000. 00 430,000.00 

150.000. 00 

450.000. 00 450,000.00 

1,400,000.00 

50.000. 00 

400.000. 00 

300.000. 00 

700.000. 00 700,000.00 

300.000. 00 

40.000. 00 

1,200,000.00 2,580,000.00 

350.000. 00 

190.000. 00 

750.000. 00 

850.000. 00 

410.000. 00 

550.000. 00 


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NGO's Programme 


450,000.00 






450,000.00 

Youth programmes (including sport & recreation) 







2,900,000.00 

2,900,000.00 

Saiga games 







700,000.00 

700,000.00 

Sport and recreation development 






80,000.00 


80,000.00 

Social Awareness / Traffic 


650,000.00 






650,000.00 

TOTAL 

32,434,000.00 

9,095,000.00 

18,267,000.00 

66,859,956.77 

11,626,000.00 

1,965,000.00 

14,300,000.00 

154,546,956.77 


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Disclosure of Salaries, Allowances and Benefits 





Cellphone 


Performance 





Allowances 

Car 

Bonuses 


Disclosure of salaries, Allowances & 



pa 

Allowances 

Rand pa 

Total 

Benefits 

Salaries pa 

(additional) 

pa (included) 

(14%) 

Package 

Councilors 







Mayor 

726,648.57 


- 

181,662.14 

- 

726,648.57 

Deputy Mayor 

581,320.69 


23,891 .77 

145,330.17 

- 

605,212.46 

Speaker 

581,320.69 


23,891 .77 

145,330.17 

- 

605,212.46 

Members of Executive Committee 





- 



2,724,930.69 

119,458.87 

681 ,232.67 


2,844,389.56 

Other Members of the Council 





- 



6,321 ,845.85 

692,861 .42 

1 ,580,461 .46 


7,014,707.27 

Chairperson of MPAC 

279,759.75 


23,891 .77 

69,939.94 

- 

303,651.52 

TOTAL 



883,995.61 


- 



11,215,826.23 


2,803,956.56 


12,099,821.84 

Officials of the municiDalitv 







Municipal Manager (MM) 

1,159,169.67 

- 

289,792.42 

162,283.75 

1 ,321 ,453.42 

Chief Financial Officer (CFO) 



- 


140,981.60 



1,007,011.40 


251 ,752.85 


1,147,993.00 

Director: Corporate Services 

941 ,843.27 


- 

235,460.82 

131,858.06 

1 ,073,701 .32 

Director: Technical Services 



- 


140,981.60 



1,007,011.40 


251 ,752.85 


1,147,993.00 

Director: Community Services 

941 ,843.27 


- 

235,460.82 

131,858.06 

1 ,073,701 .32 

TOTAL 

5,056,879.0 

0 

- 

1,264,219.75 

707,963.06 

5,764,842.06 


16,272,705.23 


883,995.61 


4,068,176.31 


707,963.06 


17,864,663.90 


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7.1.7 Summary of Total Salaries and Allowances 






Summary of total Salaries and 
Allowances 

Budget year 
2015/2016 

Budget Year 
2016/2017 

Budget Year 
2017/2018 

Councilors Basic 
salaries 

8,411,869.67 

8,866,110.64 

9,344,880.61 

Car Allowances 

2,803,956.56 

2,955,370.21 

3,114,960.20 

Skills Development levy 

120,998.22 

127,532.12 

134,418.86 

Travel claims 

300,000.00 

316,200.00 

333,274.80 

Cellphone Allowances 

883,995.61 

931,731.37 

982,044.87 

Sub-Total-Councilors 

12,520,820.06 

13,196,944.34 

13,909,579.34 

Section 57 Emolovees 

Basic salaries 

5,056,879.00 

5,329,950.47 

5,617,767.79 

Skills Development levy 

50,568.79 

53,299.50 

56,177.68 

Travel claims 

200,000.00 

210,800.00 

222,183.20 

Performance Bonuses 

707,963.06 

746,193.07 

786,487.49 

Sub Total - Section 57 Employees 

6,015,410.85 

6,340,243.04 

6,682,616.16 

Other Municipal Staff Basic 
salaries 

21,778,568.46 

22,954,611.16 

24,194,160.16 

Pension contributions 

3,223,059.62 

3,397,104.84 

3,580,548.50 

Medical Aids contributions 

1,539,001.00 

1,622,107.05 

1,709,700.83 

Car Allowances 

3,852,623.72 

4,060,665.40 

4,279,941.33 


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Travel Claims 

500,000.00 

527,000.00 

555,458.00 

Overtime 

300,000.00 

316,200.00 

333,274.80 

Skills Levy 

253,868.54 

267,577.45 

282,026.63 

UIF Contributions 

215,342.31 

226,970.79 

239,227.21 

Rental Allowance 

276,000.00 

290,904.00 

306,612.82 

Home owner Allowances 

40,500.00 

42,687.00 

44,992.10 

Group Life 

832,328.29 

877,274.01 

924,646.81 

IDC 

9,240.00 

9,738.96 

10,264.86 

Service Bonuses 

1,753,164.23 

1,847,835.10 

1,947,618.19 

Sub Total - Other Municipal Staff 

34,573,696.17 

36,440,675.76 

38,408,472.25 





TOTAL SALARIES 

53,109,927.08 

55,977,863.14 

59,000,667.75 


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8 CHAPTER 8: CAPITAL INVESTMENT FRAMEWORK (CIF) 


2015/2016 
Financial Year 
Strategy 

Name of 

Area 

Ward 

Coordinates 

Budget 

Project Name 

Type of 

Project 

Stakeholders 

Involved 

Human and 
Community 
Development 


10 


R20 000 000.00 

Establishment of 

Structures: 

Libraries & 

Museum 

Construction 

Umzumbe 

LM, 

Department 
of Arts and 
Culture 

2014/2015 
Financial Year 
Strategy 

Name of 

Area 

Ward 

Coordinates 

Budget 

Project Name 

Type of 

Project 


Road 

Maintenance 


5,7,12,13 & 14 


R5 000 000 


Road 

maintenance 

Umzumbe LM 

2km Access road 


2 


R1 475 438.59 

Emaplazini 

Road 

construction 

Umzumbe LM 

3km Access road 


3 


R2 000 000 

Isigubho 

Road 

construction 


5.3 km Access 
road 


9 


R9 070 897. 84 

Masenti 

Road 

construction 


2.2km access 
road 


11 


R3 982 697.39 

UCC 

Road 

construction 


2.55km access 

road 


7 


R3 949 033. 58 

Msontini 

Road 

construction 


COGTA 

interventions 




R10 687 272.47 

Vethe Access Road 

Road 

construction 

Umzumbe LM 
and COGTA 

COGTA 

interventions 




R7 988 193.00 

Mtumaseli Bridge 

Bridge 

construction 


CoGTA 

interventions 




R7 978 832.00 

Sgananda Access 

Road 

Road 

construction 


New Municipal 
Offices 


18 


R400 000 

Municipal offices 
construction 

Construction 

Umzumbe LM 

Securing and 
connection of 


8 


R1 533 000.00 

10 Community 
facilities secured and 

maintenance 

Umzumbe LM, 
UGU DM 


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community 

facilities 





connected with 
water tanks 





R500 000 

5 community 
facilities provided 
with chairs and 
tables 

Maintenance 


Construction of 
indoor sport 
centre (phase 1) 


18 


R13 423 824.14 

Construction of 
indoor sports center 

Construction 

Umzumbe LM, 
COGTA 

Sustainable 

Human 

Settlement 




R2 819 590.00 

Umzumbe Cluster D 
Rural 1000 Units 

Planning phase 

DOHS 

Sustainable 

Human 

Settlement 




R2 000 000.00 

Umzumbe Cluster C 
Rural 1000 units 

Planning phase 


Sustainable 

Human 

Settlement 




R78 168 920.00 

Umzumbe Cluster A 
Rural 1000 units 

Construction 


Sustainable 

Human 

Settlement 




R82 222 450.00 

Nhlangwini Rural 

Construction 


Sustainable 

human 

settlement 




R68 931 840.00 

Umzumbe cluster B 
Rural 1000 

Construction 


Eskom proposed 
initiative 




Eskom 

Kenterton S/S (new) 

• 132/22kV S/S 

• 8 new MV 
feeders 

Proposed 

initiative 

ESKOM, 
Umzumbe LM 

Eskom proposed 
initiative 


15 


Eskom 

Qolo S/S (new) 

• 2 x 20MVA trfms 

• 6 x 22kV feeders 

Proposed 

initiative 

Eskom, 

Umzumbe LM 

Eskom proposed 
initiative 


10 


Eskom 

Turton S/S (new) 

• 2 x 20MVA trfms 

• 6 x llkV feeders 

Proposed 

initiative 


Eskom proposed 
initiative 




Eskom 

400 & 132kV 
injection 




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Electricity 

connections 


9 


R1 737 312. 00 

St Nivads 



Electricity 

connections 


16 


R4 600 000. 00 

Nkehlamandla 



Upgrade of 

Sports Field 


10 


R1000 000.00 

Isibani Sport field 
upgrade 

Leveling, grass 
and fencing 

Umzumbe LM 


19 


R2 250 000.00 

Mnamfu Sports field 
upgrade 

Sport-field 

upgrade 

Umzumbe LM 

Heritage Site 


10 


R8 000 000.00 

Ntelezi Msane 
heritage centre 

Construction 

Umzumbe LM, 
COGTA 

Turton Beach 
Development 


17 


R 500 000.00 

Development of 

Turton Beach 
Framework 

Framework 

Plan 

Umzumbe LM, 
SANRAL, DEAT, 
DRDL, 

Mathulini Mall 
Development 

Turton 

10 


R0 

Mathulini mall 
development 
(application phase) 

Inception stage 


St faiths Mall 
development 

Eluphepheni 

4 


R0 

St Faith Mall 
Development 

Inception stage 


Community 

gardens 




R 150 000.00 

Provision of tractor 

services 

Agriculture 

development 


Mahlabashane 

Dam 


3 


Umngeni water 

Mahlabashane Bulk 
water supply scheme 
(phasel) 

Construction 


South cast 
pipeline phase 

2A 


4 and 10 
Umdoni LM 


Umngeni water 

South coast pipeline 
phase 2A 

Construction 


2013/2014 
Financial Year 
Strategy 

Name of 

area 

Ward 

Coordinates 

Budget 

Project Name 

Type of 

Project 


Road 

maintenance 


1 to 19 


R3 500 000.00 


Road 

maintenance 


1.8km access 
road 


19 


R4 881 288.99 

Bhunwini 

Road 

construction 


2.1km access 
road 


18 


R3 643 990.42 

Mpelazwe 

Road 

construction 



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1.3km access 
road 


10 


R3 121 275.29 

Thamizulu 

Road 

construction 


3.5km access 
road 


10 


R5 759 769.31 

Makhoso 

Road 

construction 


3.4km access 
road 


15 


R2 900 000.00 

Othandweni 

Road 

construction 







Mqangqala access 
road 

Road 

construction 


Electricity 

connections 


9 


R5 000 000.00 

St Nivads 



15 facilities 
maintained 


1 to 19 


R2 500 000.00 

Halls and MPCC's 

Maintenance 


Heritage site 


10 


R 760 765.63 

Ntelezi Msane 
heritage centre 



Construction of 
Indoor sports 
centre (phase 1) 


18 


R4 732 350.00 

Construction of 

Indoor sports centre 



New office 
buildings 


19 


R1 800 000.00 




Mahlabashane 

Dam 




Umngeni water 

Mahlabashane Dam 

Construction 


Rural 

Infrastructure 

Development 

(RID) 




Dept. Rural 
Development & 

Land Reform 

GDA Zoha Seedcane 
fencing 

18km fencing 


Rural Enterprise 
& Industries 
Development 
(REID) 




R500 000.00 

Mgayi Fencing Coop 



Environmental 

Sustainability 


All LMs 


R180 000.00 

Establishment of 
localized waste 
management 
programmes 



CoGTA 

intervention 




R2 000 000.00 

Mathulini Skill centre 

Construction 



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COGTA 

intervention 




R5 053 916.00 

Okwakha Craft 
markets 



Sustainable 

human 

settlement 





Nhlangwinin 400 
houses constructed 

Construction 


Sustainable 

human 

settlement 





Cluster D phase 2 
(300 houses 
completed) 

Construction 


Sustainable 

human 

settlement 





Cluster C phase 1: 

400 houses 
constructed 

Construction 


Sustainable 

human 

settlement 





Cluster B phase 2: 

1000 beneficiary 
approved 

Construction 


Sustainable 

human 

settlement 





Cluster A Phase: 300 
houses completed 

Construction 










2012/2013 
Financial Year 
Strategy 

Name of 

Area 

Ward 

Coordinates 

Budget 

Project Name 

Type of 

Project 


Heritage site 


10 


R5 053 916.00 

Ntelezi Msane 
heritage centre 

Business Plan 


Promote Trade 

initiatives 

(equipped 

bakery) 




R 500 000 

Mkaliphi bakery 
equipment 

LED 


Upgrading of 
sports fields 




R2 000 000.00 

4 sports fields 
upgraded 



Km of access 
roads 

constructed 




R29 924 084.00 

20.3km of access 
roads constructed 

Construction 


Development of 
Heritage site 





Development of 1 
heritage site 
(Isisvivane sika 

Shaka) 

Registration/ 

development 



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Implementation 
of agricultural 
programmes 


1 project per 
ward 


R1 000 000.00 

1 sustainable 
agricultural project 
per ward (19) 

Development 


Empowerment of 
informal traders 
and 

infrastructure 

development 




R 200 000 

Market stall and 
empowerment of 15 
informal traders 

Construction 







19 wards to be 
profiled 



Number of solar 

panels 

maintained 




376 solar panels 
maintained 





Planned Projects from the Umzumbe Infrastructure Investment Plan 


Mandate Matrix 



Umzumbe LM 

Ugu DM 

Prov. Health 

Dept. 

Traditional Affairs: 
Prov. 

Prov. 

Safety/Security Dept. 

Dept. Communications 

Prov. Education Dept. 

Prov. Transport Dept. 

Dept. M & E 

Dept. Justice 

Vodacom, 
Cell C, 
MTN 

Post Office 






X 






Police Station 





X 







Water 


X 










Sanitation 


X 










MPCC 

X 











Community Hall 

X 











Roads & Storm 
water 

X 







X 





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Taxi Rank 

X 











Electricity 









X 



Telecommunications 






X 





X 

Solid Waste 

X 











Clinics 



X 









Hospital 



X 









Traditional Courts 




X 








Conventional Courts 










X 


School 







X 





Municipal Offices 

X 











Skills Center 

X 











Sports field 

X 











Preschools 

X 












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Ward 1 


ID 

Road No. 

Owner 

Length (km) 

River Crossing 

Bridge 

Status 

1 

D945 

DOT 

1.783 

No 

No 

Gravel 

2 

D923 

DOT 

5.882 

No 

No 

Gravel 

3 

D922 

DOT 

1.813 

No 

No 

Gravel 

4 

D859 

DOT 

13.258 

No 

No 

Gravel 

5 

D1113 

DOT 

3.714 

Yes 

Yes 

Gravel 

6 

D1115 

DOT 

5.76 

No 

Yes 

Gravel 

7 

P68-2 

DOT 

10.229 

Yes 

Yes 

Blacktop 

8 

P68-1 

DOT 

3.757 

Yes 

Yes 

Blacktop 



Total Length 

46.196 





Ward 2 


ID 

Road No. 

Owner 

Length (km) 

River Crossing 

Bridge 

Status 

1 

D921 

DOT 

7.993 

No 

No 

Gravel 

2 

D925 

DOT 

5.836 

No 

No 

Gravel 

3 

D928 

DOT 

0.667 

No 

No 

Gravel 

4 

D1121 

DOT 

12.383 

No 

No 

Gravel 

5 

P68-1 

DOT 

7.714 

No 

No 

Blacktop 



Total Length 

34.593 





Ward 3 


ID 

Road No. 

Owner 

Length (km) 

River Crossing 

Bridge 

Status 

1 

D928 

DOT 

9.805 

No 

No 

Gravel 

2 

D929 

DOT 

3.121 

No 

No 

Gravel 

3 

D1045 

DOT 

7.66 

Yes 

Yes 

Gravel 

4 

P68-1 

DOT 

23.788 

No 

No 

Blacktop 



Total Length 

44.374 





Ward 4 


ID 

Road No. 

Owner 

Length (km) 

River Crossing 

Bridge 

Status 

1 

P68-1 

DOT 

1.535 

No 

No 

Blacktop 

2 

D1045 

DOT 

3.607 

Yes 

Yes 

Gravel 

3 

D168 

DOT 

24.114 

Yes 

Yes 

Gravel 



Total Length 

29.256 





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Ward 5 


ID 

Road No. 

Owner 

Length (km) 

River Crossing 

Bridge 

Status 

1 

D859 

DOT 

2.905 

No 

No 

Gravel 

2 

D940 

DOT 

2.046 

Yes 

Yes 

Gravel 

3 

D941 

DOT 

8.534 

No 

No 

Gravel 

4 

D943 

DOT 

0.458 

No 

No 

Gravel 

5 

D945 

DOT 

1.864 

No 

No 

Gravel 

6 

D1115 

DOT 

3.474 

Yes 

Yes 

Gravel 

7 

D2107 

DOT 

2.58 

No 

No 

Gravel 

8 

D2108 

DOT 

2.033 

No 

Yes 

Gravel 

9 

P68-2 

DOT 

7.461 

No 

No 

Blacktop 



Total Length 

31.355 





Ward 6 


ID 

Road No. 

Owner 

Length (km) 

River Crossing 

Bridge 

Status 

1 

D921 

DOT 

5.039 

No 

No 

Gravel 

2 

D924 

DOT 

7.647 

No 

No 

Gravel 

3 

D925 

DOT 

1.524 

No 

No 

Gravel 

4 

D923 

DOT 

6.763 

Yes 

Yes 

Gravel 

5 

D934 

DOT 

1.594 

No 

No 

Gravel 

6 

D1054 

DOT 

7.225 

Yes 

Yes 

Gravel 

7 

P68-1 

DOT 

2.564 

Yes 

Yes 

Blacktop 



Total Length 

32.356 





Ward 7 


ID 

Road No. 

Owner 

Length (km) 

River Crossing 

Bridge 

Status 

1 

D168 

DOT 

6.68 

No 

No 

Gravel 

2 

D932 

DOT 

0.613 

No 

No 

Gravel 

3 

D934 

DOT 

1.778 

No 

No 

Gravel 

4 

D935 

DOT 

3.37 

No 

No 

Gravel 

5 

D937 

DOT 

1.656 

No 

No 

Gravel 

6 

D938 

DOT 

2.16 

No 

No 

Gravel 

7 

D939 

DOT 

2.891 

No 

No 

Gravel 

8 

D1054 

DOT 

2.92 

Yes 

Yes 

Gravel 

9 

P73 

DOT 

23.777 

Yes 

Yes 

Blacktop 



Total Length 

45.845 





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Ward 8 


ID 

Road No. 

Owner 

Length (km) 

River Crossing 

Bridge 

Status 

1 

D20 

DOT 

7.222 

Yes 

Yes 

Gravel 

2 

D492 

DOT 

2.243 

No 

No 

Gravel 

3 

D938 

DOT 

6.056 

No 

No 

Gravel 

4 

D939 

DOT 

2.719 

No 

No 

Gravel 

5 

D955 

DOT 

4.51 

No 

No 

Gravel 

6 

D1050 

DOT 

5.611 

Yes 

Yes 

Gravel 

7 

P254-1 

DOT 

6.459 

No 

No 

Gravel 



Total Length 

34.82 





Ward 9 


ID 

Road No. 

Owner 

Length (km) 

River Crossing 

Bridge 

Status 

1 

D180 

DOT 

0.05 

No 

No 

Gravel 

2 

P254-1 

DOT 

7.396 

No 

No 

Gravel 



Total Length 

7.446 





Ward 10 


ID 

Road No. 

Owner 

Length (km) 

River Crossing 

Bridge 

Status 

1 

D2118 

DOT 

2.08 

No 

No 

Gravel 

2 

P73 

DOT 

4.041 

No 

No 

Blacktop 

3 

P3-1 

DOT 

0.495 

Yes 

Yes 

Blacktop 

4 

P2191 

DOT 

3.517 

No 

No 

Gravel 

5 

D1075 

DOT 

1.983 

No 

No 

Gravel 



Total Length 

12.116 





Ward 11 


ID 

Road No. 

Owner 

Length (km) 

River Crossing 

Bridge 

Status 

1 

D955 

DOT 

14.611 

Yes 

Yes 

Gravel 

2 

D956 

DOT 

1.741 

No 

No 

Gravel 

3 

D1057 

DOT 

3.381 

Yes 

Yes 

Gravel 

4 

D2106 

DOT 

2.471 

No 

No 

Gravel 

5 

P254-1 

DOT 

8.93 

Yes 

Yes 

Gravel 

6 

P73 

DOT 

0.736 

No 

No 

Blacktop 

7 

P75-3 

DOT 

0.057 

No 

No 

Gravel 

8 

P75-2 

DOT 

6.805 

No 

No 

Blacktop 



Total Length 

38.732 





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Ward 12 


ID 

Road No. 

Owner 

Length (km) 

River Crossing 

Bridge 

Status 

1 

D895 

DOT 

1.899 

No 

No 

Gravel 

2 

D931 

DOT 

3.932 

Yes 

Yes 

Gravel 

3 

D932 

DOT 

7.385 

Yes 

Yes 

Gravel 

4 

D933 

DOT 

6.221 

No 

No 

Gravel 

5 

D934 

DOT 

2.929 

No 

No 

Gravel 

6 

D955 

DOT 

5.112 

No 

No 

Gravel 

7 

P73 

DOT 

13.699 

Yes 

Yes 

Blacktop 



Total Length 

41.177 





Ward 13 


ID 

Road No. 

Owner 

Length (km) 

River Crossing 

Bridge 

Status 

1 

D895 

DOT 

3.279 

No 

No 

Gravel 

2 

D946 

DOT 

9.042 

Yes 

Yes 

Gravel 

3 

D947 

DOT 

5.501 

Yes 

Yes 

Gravel 

4 

D948 

DOT 

3.451 

No 

No 

Gravel 

5 

D949 

DOT 

0.814 

No 

No 

Gravel 

6 

D950 

DOT 

3.444 

No 

No 

Gravel 

7 

D1115 

DOT 

0.994 

Yes 

Yes 

Gravel 



Total Length 

26.525 





Ward 14 


ID 

Road No. 

Owner 

Length (km) 

River Crossing 

Bridge 

Status 

1 

D949 

DOT 

9.143 

Yes 

Yes 

Gravel 

2 

D950 

DOT 

7.662 

No 

No 

Gravel 

3 

D1119 

DOT 

3.273 

No 

No 

Gravel 

4 

D895 

DOT 

4.295 

Yes 

Yes 

Gravel 



Total Length 

24.373 





Ward 15 


ID 

Road No. 

Owner 

Length (km) 

River Crossing 

Bridge 

Status 

1 

D955 

DOT 

1.099 

No 

No 

Gravel 

2 

D1074 

DOT 

6.349 

Yes 

Yes 

Gravel 

3 

D1075 

DOT 

6.276 

Yes 

Yes 

Gravel 

4 

D1076 

DOT 

2.802 

No 

No 

Gravel 

5 

D1077 

DOT 

2.29 

No 

No 

Gravel 

6 

P75-2 

DOT 

4.084 

Yes 

Yes 

Black top 

7 

P75-3 

DOT 

4.222 

Yes 

Yes 

Gravel 


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Total Length 27.122 


Ward 16 


ID 

Road No. 

Owner 

Length (km) 

River Crossing 

Bridge 

Status 

1 

P286 

DOT 

4.68 

No 

No 

Blacktop 

2 

D931 

DOT 

0.846 

No 

No 

Gravel 

3 

D454 

DOT 

4.644 

Yes 

Yes 

Gravel 

4 

D455 

DOT 

0.006 

No 

No 

Gravel 

5 

D949 

DOT 

1.036 

No 

No 

Gravel 

6 

D950 

DOT 

5.001 

No 

Yes 

Gravel 

7 

D1056 

DOT 

5.233 

Yes 

Yes 

Gravel 

8 

D1119 

DOT 

5.341 

Yes 

Yes 

Gravel 

9 

D2114 

DOT 

2.472 

Yes 

Yes 

Gravel 

10 

D2105 

DOT 

0.172 

No 

No 

Gravel 

11 

P73 

DOT 

17.32 

Yes 

Yes 

Blacktop 

12 

P75-3 

DOT 

1.151 

No 

No 

Gravel 



Total Length 

47.902 





Ward 17 


ID 

Road No. 

Owner 

Length (km) 

River Crossing 

Bridge 

Status 

1 

D951 

DOT 

1.122 

No 

No 

Gravel 

2 

D953 

DOT 

2.283 

No 

No 

Gravel 

3 

N2-23 (S) 

DOT 

4.768 

Yes 

Yes 

Blacktop 

4 

ON-RAMP 

DOT 

0.963 

No 

No 

Blacktop 

5 

N2-23 (N) 

DOT 

4.732 

Yes 

Yes 

Blacktop 

6 

P3-1 

DOT 

7.25 

Yes 

Yes 

Blacktop 


Total Length 

21.118 



Ward 18 


ID 

Road No. 

Owner 

Length (km) 

River Crossing 

Bridge 

Status 

1 

D952 

DOT 

0.411 

No 

No 

Gravel 

2 

D951 

DOT 

2.25 

No 

No 

Gravel 

3 

D2105 

DOT 

1.802 

No 

No 

Gravel 

4 

P3-1 

DOT 

2.525 

No 

No 

Blacktop 

5 

PI 98 

DOT 

3.966 

No 

No 

Gravel 



Total Length 

10.954 





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Ward 19 


ID 

Road No. 

Owner 

Length (km) 

River Crossing 

Bridge 

Status 

1 

D954 

DOT 

3.153 

No 

No 

Blacktop 

2 

N2-23 

DOT 

3.342 

Yes 

Yes 

Blacktop 

3 

P73 

DOT 

1.55 

No 

No 

Blacktop 

4 

OFF-RAMP (N) 

DOT 

0.627 

No 

No 

Blacktop 

5 

N2-23 (N) 

DOT 

3.383 

Yes 

Yes 

Blacktop 

6 

ON-RAMP (N) 

DOT 

0.326 

No 

No 

Blacktop 

7 

OFF-RAMP (S) 

DOT 

0.297 

No 

No 

Blacktop 

8 

ON-RAMP (S) 

DOT 

0.727 

No 

No 

Blacktop 

9 

P3-1 

DOT 

1.776 

No 

No 

Blacktop 

10 

P74 

DOT 

1.359 

No 

No 

Blacktop 

11 

D1099 

DOT 

3.515 

No 

No 

Gravel 



Total Length 

20.055 





Local Roads 

Ward 1 


ID 

Road No. 

Owner 

Length (km) 

River Crossing 

Bridge 

Status 

9 

LI 076 

LM 

5.247 

No 

No 

Gravel 

10 

LI 81 6 

LM 

1.517 

No 

Yes 

Gravel 



Total Length 

6.764 





Ward 2 


ID 

Road No. 

Owner 

Length (km) 

River Crossing 

Bridge 

Status 

6 

LI 284 

LM 

1.445 

No 

No 

Gravel 

7 

LI 820 

LM 

8.962 

No 

No 

Gravel 



Total Length 

10.407 





Ward 5 


ID 

Road No. 

Owner 

Length (km) 

River Crossing 

Bridge 

Status 

10 

G001 

LM 

0.13 

No 

No 

Blacktop 

11 

LI 023 

LM 

2.175 

No 

No 

Gravel 



Total Length 

2.305 





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Ward 6 


ID 

Road No. 

Owner 

Length (km) 

River Crossing 

Bridge 

Status 

8 

LI 01 9 

LM 

3.452 

No 

No 

Gravel 

9 

LI 020 

LM 

1.289 

No 

No 

Gravel 



Total Length 

4.741 





Ward 8 


ID 

Road No. 

Owner 

Length (km) 

River Crossing 

Bridge 

Status 

8 

LI 01 8 

LM 

3.148 

No 

No 

Gravel 

9 

LI 01 7 

LM 

3.254 

No 

No 

Gravel 

10 

LI 075 

LM 

3.936 

No 

No 

Gravel 



Total Length 

10.338 





Ward 9 


ID 

Road No. 

Owner 

Length (km) 

River Crossing 

Bridge 

Status 

3 

LI 086 

LM 

1.68 

No 

No 

Gravel 

4 

LI 022 

LM 

2.696 

No 

No 

Gravel 



Total Length 

4.376 





Ward 11 


ID 

Road No. 

Owner 

Length (km) 

River Crossing 

Bridge 

Status 

9 

LI 81 7 

LM 

2.998 

No 

No 

Gravel 

10 

LI 953 

LM 

1.5 

No 

No 

Gravel 



Total Length 

4.498 





Ward 12 


ID 

Road No. 

Owner 

Length (km) 

River Crossing 

Bridge 

Status 

8 

L1821 

LM 

1.5 

No 

No 

Gravel 

9 

LI 01 6 

LM 

5.762 

No 

No 

Gravel 



Total Length 

7.262 





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Ward 13 


ID 

Road No. 

Owner 

Length (km) 

River Crossing 

Bridge 

Status 

8 

LI 074 

LM 

1.788 

No 

No 

Gravel 

9 

LI 81 8 

LM 

6.449 

No 

No 

Gravel 

10 

L1071 

LM 

1.12 

No 

No 

Gravel 



Total Length 

9.357 





Ward 14 


ID 

Road No. 

Owner 

Length (km) 

River Crossing 

Bridge 

Status 

5 

L1071 

LM 

1.088 

No 

No 

Gravel 

6 

LI 074 

LM 

0.1 

No 

No 

Gravel 

7 

LI 81 4 

LM 

3.763 

No 

No 

Gravel 

8 

LI 81 3 

LM 

4.036 

Yes 

Yes 

Gravel 

9 

LI 920 

LM 

3.946 

Yes 

Yes 

Gravel 



Total Length 

12.933 





Ward 15 


ID 

Road No. 

Owner 

Length (km) 

River Crossing 

Bridge 

Status 

8 

L1031 

LM 

0.493 

No 

No 

Gravel 



Total Length 

0.493 





Online Road 

Ward 1 


ITEM NO. 

ROADNUM 

REMARK 

KM_LENGTH 

TYPE 

1 

AAAI 9604 

Major 

2.985 

Gravel 

2 

AAAI 9605 

Track 

2.969 

Gravel 

3 

AAAI 9608 

Track 

0.917 

Gravel 

4 

AAAI 9611 

Track 

0.574 

Gravel 

5 

AAAI 961 2 

Track 

0.855 

Gravel 

6 

AAAI 961 4 

Track 

0.980 

Gravel 

7 

AAAI 961 5 

Track 

0.849 

Gravel 

8 

AAAI 961 8 

Track 

0.689 

Gravel 

9 

AAAI 9620 

Track 

2.269 

Gravel 

10 

AAAI 9621 

Track 

1.323 

Gravel 



Total (km) 

14.410 



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Ward 2 


ITEM NO. 

ROADNUM 

REMARK 

KM_LENGTH 

TYPE 

1 

AAAI 9604 

Major 

2.985 

Gravel 


AAAI 9608 

Track 

0.917 

Gravel 


AAAI 9630 

Track 

1.798 

Gravel 

2 

AAAI 9633 

Track 

1.239 

Gravel 

3 

AAAI 9634 

Track 

0.882 

Gravel 

4 

AAAI 9638 

Major 

12.455 

Gravel 

5 

AAAI 9640 

Track 

1.444 

Gravel 

6 

AAAI 9641 

Track 

0.833 

Gravel 

7 

AAAI 9642 

Track 

1.235 

Gravel 

8 

AAAI 9644 

Track 

0.570 

Gravel 

9 

AAAI 9726 

Track 

2.389 

Gravel 

10 

AAAI 9729 

Track 

0.906 

Gravel 



Total (km) 

27.653 



Ward 6 


ITEM NO. 

ROADNUM 

REMARK 

KM_LENGTH 

TYPE 

1 

AAAI 9621 

Track 

1.323 

Gravel 

2 

AAAI 9623 

Track 

0.753 

Gravel 

3 

AAAI 9629 

Track 

1.500 

Gravel 

4 

AAAI 9630 

Track 

1.798 

Gravel 

5 

AAAI 9638 

Major 

12.455 

Gravel 

6 

AAAI 9650 

Track 

1.332 

Gravel 



Total (km) 

19.161 



Ward 10 


ITEM NO. 

ROADNUM 

REMARK 

KM_LENGTH 

TYPE 

1 

AAAI 3406 

Check # people served 

1.366 

Gravel 

2 

AAAI 3422 

Track 

0.484 

Gravel 

3 

Ron 12872 

Major 

7.137 

Gravel 

4 

Ron 12873 

Track 

1.205 

Gravel 

5 

Ron12875 

Track 

1.689 

Gravel 

6 

Ron 12883 

Major 

2.184 

Gravel 

7 

Ron 12886 

Major 

1.136 

Gravel 

8 

Ron12891 

Track 

0.575 

Gravel 

9 

Ron 12893 

Track 

0.874 

Gravel 

10 

AAAI 3383 

Check # people served 

1.709 

Gravel 



Total (km) 

8.167 



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Ward 11 


ITEM NO. 

ROADNUM 

REMARK 

KM_LENGTH 

TYPE 

1 

Ron12833 

Track 

2.227 

Gravel 

2 

Ron12841 

Track 

2.568 

Gravel 

3 

Ron 12849 

Track 

1.163 

Gravel 

4 

Ron 12854 

Track 

2.984 

Gravel 



Total (km) 

8.942 



Ward 15 


ITEM NO. 

ROADNUM 

REMARK 

KM_LENGTH 

TYPE 

1 

Ron 12838 

Track 

1.790 

Gravel 

2 

Ron 12839 

Track 

1.406 

Gravel 

3 

Ron12841 

Track 

2.568 

Gravel 

4 

Ron 12843 

Track 

4.088 

Gravel 

5 

Ron 12846 

Track 

1.064 

Gravel 

6 

Ron 12867 

Major 

2.781 

Gravel 

7 

Ron12870 

Major 

4.294 

Gravel 

8 

Ron 12871 

Major 

0.775 

Gravel 

9 

Ron 12872 

Major 

7.137 




Total (km) 

14.987 



Ward 17 


ITEM NO. 

ROADNUM 

REMARK 

KM_LENGTH 

TYPE 

1 

AAAI 3388 

Check # people served 

1.378 

Gravel 

2 

AAAI 3389 

Check # people served 

0.922 

Gravel 



Total (km) 

2.300 



Ward 18 


ITEM NO. 

ROADNUM 

REMARK 

KM_LENGTH 

TYPE 

1 

AAAI 3385 

Missing GPS 

6.263 

Gravel 

2 

AAAI 3389 

Check # people served 

0.922 

Gravel 

3 

AAAI 3399 

Check # people served 

0.825 

Gravel 

4 

AAAI 3402 

Check # people served 

0.845 

Gravel 

5 

AAAI 3410 

Track 

2.055 

Gravel 

6 

AAAI 341 2 

Check # people served 

1.326 

Gravel 

7 

AAAI 341 7 

Check # people served 

2.156 

Gravel 

8 

AAAI 341 9 

Check # people served 

2.286 

Gravel 

9 

AAAI 3383 

Check # people served 

1.709 

Gravel 

10 

AAAI 3384 

Missing GPS 

5.536 

Gravel 


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11 

AAB34105 

Check # people served 

1 .964Gravel 

12 

AAB34106 

Track 

0.709 




Total (km) 

15.686 



Ward 19 


ITEM NO. 

ROADNUM 

REMARK 

KM_LENGTH 

TYPE 

1 

AAAI 3405 

Check # people served 

1 .087Gravel 

2 

AAAI 3406 

Check # people served 

1.366Gravel 

3 

Ron 12893 

Track 

0.874Gravel 

4 

Ron 12896 

Track 

0.733Gravel 

5 

Ron 12900 

Track 

0.650Gravel 

6 

Ron12901 

Track 

1 .182Gravel 

7 

AAAI 3381 

Missing GPS 

0.690Gravel 



Total (km) 

1.872 



Off line Roads 


Ward 1 


ID 

UNIQUENO 

RD_NAME 

STATUS 

WARD_NO 

RD_TYPE 

LENGTH_KM 

CAPTURED 

1 

W01_01 

Unknown 

New 

1 

Gravel 

4.868 

Digitized 

2 

W01_02 

Unknown 

New 

1 

Gravel 

2.106 

Digitized 

3 

W01_03 

Unknown 

New 

1 

Gravel 

2.338 

Digitized 

4 

W01_04 

Unknown 

New 

1 

Gravel 

1.598 

Digitized 

5 

W01_05 

Unknown 

New 

1 

Gravel 

0.869 

Digitized 





Total 

11.779 



Ward 2 


ID 

UNIQUENO 

RD_NAME 

STATUS 

WARD_NO 

RD_TYPE 

LENGTH_KM 

CAPTURED 

1 

W02 01 

Unknown 

New 

2 

Gravel 

1.781 

Digitized 

2 

W02 02 

Unknown 

New 

2 

Gravel 

0.747 

Digitized 

3 

W02 03 

Unknown 

New 

2 

Gravel 

1.456 

Digitized 

4 

W02 04 

Unknown 

New 

2 

Gravel 

0.645 

Digitized 





Total 

4.629 


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Ward 3 


ID 

UNIQUE_NO 

RD_NAME 

STATUS 

WARD_NO 

RD_TYPE 

LENGTH_KM 

CAPTURED 

1 

W03_01 

Unknown 

Betterment 

3 

Gravel 

2.903 

Digitized 

2 

W03_02 

Unknown 

New 

3 

Gravel 

1.485 

Digitized 

3 

W03_03 

Unknown 

New 

3 

Gravel 

0.865 

Digitized 

4 

W03_04 

Unknown 

New 

3 

Gravel 

0.570 

Digitized 

5 

W03_05 

Unknown 

New 

3 

Gravel 

2.546 

Digitized 

6 

W03_06 

Unknown 

New 

3 

Gravel 

1.538 

Digitized 

7 

W03_07 

Unknown 

New 

3 

Gravel 

1.671 

Digitized 

8 

W03_1 5 

Unknown 

New 

3 

Gravel 

3.232 

Digitized 

9 

W03_08 

Unknown 

New 

3 

Gravel 

1.272 

Digitized 

10 

W03_09 

Unknown 

New 

3 

Gravel 

2.239 

Digitized 

11 

W03_1 6 

Unknown 

New 

3 

Gravel 

1.450 

Digitized 

12 

W03_1 0 

Unknown 

Betterment 

3 

Gravel 

1.825 

Digitized 

13 

W03_1 7 

Unknown 

New 

3 

Gravel 

3.222 

Digitized 

14 

W03_1 3 

Unknown 

New 

3 

Gravel 

2.317 

Digitized 

15 

W03_1 2 

Unknown 

New 

3 

Gravel 

0.889 

Digitized 

16 

W03_1 1 

Unknown 

New 

3 

Gravel 

1.655 

Digitized 

17 

W03_14 

Unknown 

New 

3 

Gravel 

1.178 

Digitized 






Total 

30.857 



Ward 4 


ID 

UNIQUENO 

RD_NAME 

STATUS 

WARD_NO 

RD_TYPE 

LENGTH_KM 

CAPTURED 

1 

W04 01 

Unknown 

New 

4 

Gravel 

3.536 

Digitized 

2 

W04 02 

Unknown 

New 

4 

Gravel 

0.789 

Digitized 

3 

W04 03 

Unknown 

New 

4 

Gravel 

2.420 

Digitized 

4 

W04 04 

Unknown 

New 

4 

Gravel 

1.059 

Digitized 

5 

W04 05 

Unknown 

New 

4 

Gravel 

4.739 

Digitized 

6 

W04 06 

Unknown 

New 

4 

Gravel 

0.923 

Digitized 

7 

W04 07 

Unknown 

Betterment 

4 

Gravel 

3.989 

Digitized 

8 

W041 2 

Unknown 

Betterment 

4 

Gravel 

1.535 

Digitized 

9 

W04 08 

Unknown 

New 

4 

Gravel 

1.436 

Digitized 

10 

W04 09 

Unknown 

New 

4 

Gravel 

0.888 

Digitized 

11 

W041 0 

Unknown 

New 

4 

Gravel 

0.247 

Digitized 

12 

W04_1 1 

Unknown 

New 

4 

Gravel 

0.754 

Digitized 

13 

W041 3 

Unknown 

New 

4 

Gravel 

4.169 

Digitized 

14 

W041 5 

Unknown 

New 

4 

Gravel 

1.904 

Digitized 

15 

W0414 

Unknown 

Betterment 

4 

Gravel 

1.549 

Digitized 

16 

W041 6 

Unknown 

New 

4 

Gravel 

0.516 

Digitized 

17 

W04_1 7 

Unknown 

Betterment 

4 

Gravel 

2.536 

Digitized 


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ID 

UNIQUE_NO 

RD_NAME 

STATUS 

WARD_NO 

RD_TYPE 

LENGTH_KM 

CAPTURED 

1 

W05_01 

Unknown 

Betterment 

5 

Gravel 

2.828 

Digitized 

2 

W05_02 

Unknown 

Betterment 

5 

Gravel 

2.121 

Digitized 

3 

W05_03 

Unknown 

New 

5 

Gravel 

0.764 

Digitized 

4 

W05_04 

Unknown 

New 

5 

Gravel 

1.699 

Digitized 

5 

W05_05 

Unknown 

New 

5 

Gravel 

0.987 

Digitized 

6 

W05 06 

Unknown 

New 

5 

Gravel 

3.732 

Digitized 

7 

W05 07 

Unknown 

New 

5 

Gravel 

4.218 

Digitized 

8 

W05_08 

Unknown 

New 

5 

Gravel 

0.794 

Digitized 

9 

W05_09 

Unknown 

New 

5 

Gravel 

1.048 

Digitized 

10 

W05_1 0 

Unknown 

New 

5 

Gravel 

1.239 

Digitized 

11 

W05_1 1 

Unknown 

New 

5 

Gravel 

0.730 

Digitized 

12 

W05_1 2 

Unknown 

New 

5 

Gravel 

0.414 

Digitized 

13 

W05_1 3 

Unknown 

New 

5 

Gravel 

0.426 

Digitized 

14 

W05_14 

Unknown 

New 

5 

Gravel 

1.074 

Digitized 

15 

W05_1 5 

Unknown 

New 

5 

Gravel 

0.416 

Digitized 

16 

W051 6 

Unknown 

New 

5 

Gravel 

1.321 

Digitized 

17 

W05_1 7 

Unknown 

New 

5 

Gravel 

1.068 

Digitized 

18 

W05_1 8 

Unknown 

New 

5 

Gravel 

0.949 

Digitized 

19 

W05_1 9 

Unknown 

New 

5 

Gravel 

3.905 

Digitized 

20 

W05_20 

Unknown 

New 

5 

Gravel 

4.030 

Digitized 

21 

W05_21 

Unknown 

New 

5 

Gravel 

1.575 

Digitized 

22 

W05_22 

Unknown 

New 

5 

Gravel 

1.122 

Digitized 

23 

W05_23 

Unknown 

New 

5 

Gravel 

0.000 

Digitized 

24 

W05_24 

Unknown 

New 

5 

Gravel 

0.000 

Digitized 

25 

W05_25 

Unknown 

New 

5 

Gravel 

0.000 

Digitized 

26 

W05 26 

Unknown 

New 

5 

Gravel 

1.696 

Digitized 






Total 

38.156 



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Ward 6 


ID 

UNIQUE_NO 

RD_NAME 

STATUS 

WARD_NO 

RD_TYPE 

LENGTH_KM 

CAPTURED 

1 

W06 01 

Unknown 

New 

6 

Gravel 

4.537 

Digitized 

2 

W06 02 

Unknown 

New 

6 

Gravel 

1.753 

Digitized 

3 

W06 03 

Unknown 

New 

6 

Gravel 

1.552 

Digitized 

4 

W06 05 

Unknown 

New 

6 

Gravel 

1.092 

Digitized 

5 

W06 06 

Unknown 

New 

6 

Gravel 

3.792 

Digitized 

6 

W06 04 

Unknown 

New 

6 

Gravel 

1.063 

Digitized 






Total 

13.789 



Ward 7 


ID 

UNIQUENO 

RD_NAME 

STATUS 

WARD_NO 

RD_TYPE 

LENGTH_KM 

CAPTURED 

1 

W07 01 

Unknown 

New 

7 

Gravel 

3.052 

Digitized 

2 

W07 02 

Unknown 

New 

7 

Gravel 

3.291 

Digitized 

3 

W07 03 

Unknown 

New 

7 

Gravel 

3.810 

Digitized 

4 

W07 04 

Unknown 

New 

7 

Gravel 

3.220 

Digitized 

5 

W07 05 

Unknown 

New 

7 

Gravel 

3.243 

Digitized 






Total 

16.616 



Ward 


8 


ID 

UNIQUENO 

RD_NAME 

STATUS 

WARD_NO 

RD_TYPE 

LENGTH_KM 

CAPTURED 

1 

W08 01 

Unknown 

Betterment 

8 

Gravel 

5.641 

Digitized 

2 

W081 9 

Unknown 

Betterment 

8 

Gravel 

1.554 

Digitized 

3 

W081 8 

Unknown 

New 

8 

Gravel 

1.635 

Digitized 

4 

W08 02 

Unknown 

New 

8 

Gravel 

0.315 

Digitized 

5 

W081 7 

Unknown 

New 

8 

Gravel 

2.120 

Digitized 

6 

W081 6 

Unknown 

New 

8 

Gravel 

2.588 

Digitized 

7 

W081 5 

Unknown 

New 

8 

Gravel 

2.211 

Digitized 

8 

W0814 

Unknown 

New 

8 

Gravel 

2.510 

Digitized 

9 

W081 3 

Unknown 

New 

8 

Gravel 

1.373 

Digitized 

10 

W081 2 

Unknown 

New 

8 

Gravel 

1.165 

Digitized 

11 

W081 1 

Unknown 

New 

8 

Gravel 

1.605 

Digitized 

12 

W081 0 

Unknown 

New 

8 

Gravel 

1.461 

Digitized 

13 

W08 09 

Unknown 

New 

8 

Gravel 

0.717 

Digitized 

14 

W08 08 

Unknown 

New 

8 

Gravel 

1.119 

Digitized 

15 

W08_07 

Unknown 

New 

8 

Gravel 

1.216 

Digitized 

16 

W08 06 

Unknown 

New 

8 

Gravel 

1.577 

Digitized 

17 

W08 05 

Unknown 

New 

8 

Gravel 

2.025 

Digitized 

18 

W08 04 

Unknown 

New 

8 

Gravel 

0.731 

Digitized 


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19 

W08 03 

Unknown 

New 

8 

Gravel 

2.993 

Digitized 






Total 

34.556 



Ward 9 


ID 

UNIQUENO 

RD_NAME 

STATUS 

WARD_NO 

RD_TYPE 

LENGTH_KM 

CAPTURED 

1 

W09_01 

Unknown 

New 

9 

Gravel 

1.549 

Digitized 

2 

W09_02 

Unknown 

New 

9 

Gravel 

0.526 

Digitized 

3 

W09_03 

Unknown 

New 

9 

Gravel 

0.766 

Digitized 

4 

W09_04 

Unknown 

New 

9 

Gravel 

0.678 

Digitized 

5 

W09_05 

Unknown 

New 

9 

Gravel 

1.074 

Digitized 

6 

W09_06 

Unknown 

New 

9 

Gravel 

0.789 

Digitized 

7 

W09_07 

Unknown 

New 

9 

Gravel 

0.828 

Digitized 

8 

W09_08 

Unknown 

New 

9 

Gravel 

0.387 

Digitized 

9 

W09_09 

Unknown 

New 

9 

Gravel 

0.660 

Digitized 

10 

W09_1 0 

Unknown 

New 

9 

Gravel 

1.287 

Digitized 

11 

W09_1 1 

Unknown 

Betterment 

9 

Gravel 

3.245 

Digitized 

12 

W09_1 2 

Unknown 

Betterment 

9 

Gravel 

1.581 

Digitized 

13 

W09_1 3 

Unknown 

New 

9 

Gravel 

1.109 

Digitized 

14 

W09_14 

Unknown 

New 

9 

Gravel 

1.354 

Digitized 

15 

W09_1 5 

Unknown 

New 

9 

Gravel 

0.987 

Digitized 

16 

W09_1 6 

Unknown 

New 

9 

Gravel 

0.704 

Digitized 

17 

W09_1 7 

Unknown 

New 

9 

Gravel 

0.655 

Digitized 

18 

W09_1 8 

Unknown 

New 

9 

Gravel 

1.222 

Digitized 

19 

W09_1 9 

Unknown 

New 

9 

Gravel 

1.189 

Digitized 

20 

W09_20 

Unknown 

Betterment 

9 

Gravel 

1.185 

Digitized 






Total 

21.775 



Ward 10 


ID 

UNIQUENO 

RD_NAME 

STATUS 

WARD_NO 

RD_TYPE 

LENGTH_KM 

CAPTURED 

1 

W10_01 

Unknown 

New 

10 

Gravel 

0.842 

Digitized 

2 

W 1 0_02 

Unknown 

New 

10 

Gravel 

0.784 

Digitized 

3 

W 1 0_03 

Unknown 

New 

10 

Gravel 

0.609 

Digitized 

4 

W 1 0_04 

Unknown 

New 

10 

Gravel 

0.228 

Digitized 

5 

W 1 0_05 

Unknown 

New 

10 

Gravel 

0.519 

Digitized 

6 

W 1 0_06 

Unknown 

New 

10 

Gravel 

1.467 

Digitized 

7 

W 1 0_07 

Unknown 

New 

10 

Gravel 

1.843 

Digitized 

8 

W 1 0_08 

Unknown 

New 

10 

Gravel 

0.617 

Digitized 

9 

W 1 0_09 

Unknown 

New 

10 

Gravel 

1.639 

Digitized 

10 

W10_10 

Unknown 

New 

10 

Gravel 

1.133 

Digitized 


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11 

W10_11 

Unknown 

New 

10 

Gravel 

1.507 

Digitized 

12 

W10_12 

Unknown 

Betterment 

10 

Gravel 

1.813 

Digitized 

13 

W10_13 

Unknown 

New 

10 

Gravel 

1.380 

Digitized 

14 

W10_14 

Unknown 

New 

10 

Gravel 

0.384 

Digitized 

15 

W10_15 

Unknown 

New 

10 

Gravel 

1.303 

Digitized 






Total 

16.068 



Ward 11 


ID 

UNIQUE_NO 

RD_NAME 

STATUS 

WARD_NO 

RD_TYPE 

LENGTH_KM 

CAPTURED 

1 

W1 108 

Unknown 

New 

11 

Gravel 

2.342 

Digitized 

2 

W1 109 

Unknown 

New 

11 

Gravel 

0.780 

Digitized 

3 

W11_10 

Unknown 

New 

11 

Gravel 

1.108 

Digitized 

4 

W11_11 

Unknown 

New 

11 

Gravel 

2.257 

Digitized 

5 

W1 1 1 2 

Unknown 

New 

11 

Gravel 

1.310 

Digitized 

6 

W1 1 1 3 

Unknown 

New 

11 

Gravel 

0.979 

Digitized 

7 

W1 1 1 4 

Unknown 

New 

11 

Gravel 

0.908 

Digitized 

8 

W11_01 

Unknown 

Betterment 

11 

Gravel 

3.520 

Digitized 

9 

W1 102 

Unknown 

Betterment 

11 

Gravel 

1.726 

Digitized 

10 

W1 103 

Unknown 

Betterment 

11 

Gravel 

8.386 

Digitized 

11 

W 1 1 04 

Unknown 

Betterment 

11 

Gravel 

3.743 

Digitized 

12 

W1 105 

Unknown 

Betterment 

11 

Gravel 

0.868 

Digitized 

13 

W1 1 1 5 

Unknown 

New 

11 

Gravel 

1.478 

Digitized 

14 

W1 1 1 6 

Unknown 

New 

11 

Gravel 

2.461 

Digitized 

15 

W1 1_1 7 

Unknown 

New 

11 

Gravel 

0.326 

Digitized 

16 

W1 1 1 8 

Unknown 

New 

11 

Gravel 

0.467 

Digitized 

17 

W1 1 1 9 

Unknown 

New 

11 

Gravel 

1.304 

Digitized 

18 

W 1 1 06 

Unknown 

Betterment 

11 

Gravel 

4.612 

Digitized 

19 

W11_07 

Unknown 

Betterment 

11 

Gravel 

2.322 

Digitized 

20 

W11_20 

Unknown 

New 

11 

Gravel 

0.431 

Digitized 

21 

W1 1 21 

Unknown 

New 

11 

Gravel 

0.469 

Digitized 

22 

W 1 1 22 

Unknown 

New 

11 

Gravel 

0.516 

Digitized 

23 

W1 1 23 

Unknown 

New 

11 

Gravel 

0.785 

Digitized 

24 

W 1 1 _24 

Unknown 

New 

11 

Gravel 

0.394 

Digitized 

25 

W1 1 25 

Unknown 

New 

11 

Gravel 

0.227 

Digitized 

26 

W1 1 26 

Unknown 

New 

11 

Gravel 

0.399 

Digitized 

27 

W1 1 27 

Unknown 

New 

11 

Gravel 

0.845 

Digitized 

28 

W 1 1 28 

Unknown 

New 

11 

Gravel 

0.575 

Digitized 

29 

W1 1 29 

Unknown 

New 

11 

Gravel 

0.830 

Digitized 

30 

W1 130 

Unknown 

New 

11 

Gravel 

0.488 

Digitized 

31 

W1 1 31 

Unknown 

New 

11 

Gravel 

1.761 

Digitized 






Total 

48.617 



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Ward 12 


ID 

UNIQUENO 

RD_NAME 

STATUS 

WARD_NO 

RD_TYPE 

LENGTH_KM 

CAPTURED 

1 

W1201 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

1.074 

Digitized 

2 

W 1 202 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

1.083 

Digitized 

3 

W 1 203 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

9.439 

Digitized 

4 

W 1 204 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

2.403 

Digitized 

5 

W 1 205 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

0.196 

Digitized 

6 

W 1 206 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

2.858 

Digitized 

7 

W 1 207 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

1.007 

Digitized 

8 

W 1 208 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

0.869 

Digitized 

9 

W 1 209 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

1.569 

Digitized 

10 

W 1 2_1 0 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

1.950 

Digitized 

11 

W 1 21 1 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

3.665 

Digitized 

12 

W 1 21 2 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

0.630 

Digitized 

13 

W 1 2_1 3 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

1.652 

Digitized 

14 

W 1 2_1 4 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

0.447 

Digitized 

15 

W 1 21 5 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

1.008 

Digitized 

16 

W 1 21 6 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

0.996 

Digitized 

17 

W 1 2_1 7 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

0.553 

Digitized 

18 

W 1 2_1 8 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

3.355 

Digitized 

19 

W 1 2_1 9 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

1.203 

Digitized 

20 

W 1 2_20 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

0.742 

Digitized 

21 

W1221 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

1.202 

Digitized 

22 

W 1 222 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

1.633 

Digitized 

23 

W 1 2_23 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

2.276 

Digitized 

24 

W 1 2_24 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

0.863 

Digitized 

25 

W 1 225 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

1.259 

Digitized 

26 

W 1 226 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

1.234 

Digitized 

27 

W 1 2_27 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

1.733 

Digitized 

28 

W 1 2_28 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

1.261 

Digitized 

29 

W 1 229 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

0.654 

Digitized 

30 

W 1 230 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

1.030 

Digitized 

31 

W1231 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

0.649 

Digitized 

32 

W 1 232 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

1.313 

Digitized 

33 

W 1 233 

Unknown 

New 

12 

Gravel 

1.403 

Digitized 






Total 

53.209 



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Ward 13 


ID 

UNIQUENO 

RD_NAME 

STATUS 

WARD_NO 

RD_TYPE 

LENGTH_KM 

CAPTURED 

1 

W13_01 

Unknown 

New 

13 

Gravel 

2.608 

Digitized 

2 

W 1 3_02 

Unknown 

New 

13 

Gravel 

0.670 

Digitized 

3 

W 1 3_03 

Unknown 

New 

13 

Gravel 

1.833 

Digitized 

4 

W 1 3_04 

Unknown 

New 

13 

Gravel 

3.622 

Digitized 

5 

W 1 3_04 

Unknown 

New 

13 

Gravel 

1.237 

Digitized 

6 

W 1 3_05 

Unknown 

New 

13 

Gravel 

3.539 

Digitized 






Total 

13.509 



Ward 14 


ID 

UNIQUENO 

RD_NAME 

STATUS 

WARD_NO 

RD_TYPE 

LENGTH_KM 

CAPTURED 

1 

W 1 404 

Unknown 

New 

14 

Gravel 

0.736 

Digitized 

2 

W 1 408 

Unknown 

New 

14 

Gravel 

0.879 

Digitized 

3 

W1401 

Unknown 

Betterment 

14 

Gravel 

5.387 

Digitized 

4 

W 1 403 

Unknown 

New 

14 

Gravel 

0.710 

Digitized 

5 

W 1 405 

Unknown 

New 

14 

Gravel 

1.502 

Digitized 

6 

W 1 406 

Unknown 

Betterment 

14 

Gravel 

1.276 

Digitized 

7 

W 1 407 

Unknown 

New 

14 

Gravel 

0.969 

Digitized 

8 

W 1 402 

Unknown 

Betterment 

14 

Gravel 

1.107 

Digitized 

9 

W 1 409 

Unknown 

New 

14 

Gravel 

0.263 

Digitized 

10 

W 1 41 0 

Unknown 

New 

14 

Gravel 

1.382 

Digitized 

11 

W 1 4_1 1 

Unknown 

Betterment 

14 

Gravel 

2.899 

Digitized 

12 

W 1 41 2 

Unknown 

Betterment 

14 

Gravel 

2.991 

Digitized 

13 

W 1 4_1 3 

Unknown 

New 

14 

Gravel 

1.728 

Digitized 

14 

W 1 41 4 

Unknown 

New 

14 

Gravel 

1.325 

Digitized 

15 

W 1 4_1 5 

Unknown 

Betterment 

14 

Gravel 

3.639 

Digitized 

16 

W 1 41 6 

Unknown 

Betterment 

14 

Gravel 

0.274 

Digitized 

17 

W 1 4_1 8 

Unknown 

New 

14 

Gravel 

1.189 

Digitized 

18 

W 1 41 7 

Unknown 

New 

14 

Gravel 

0.524 

Digitized 

19 

W 1 4_1 9 

Unknown 

New 

14 

Gravel 

0.960 

Digitized 






Total 

29.740 



Ward 15 


ID 

UNIQUENO 

RD_NAME 

STATUS 

WARD_NO 

RD_TYPE 

LENGTH_KM 

CAPTURED 

1 

W15_01 

Unknown 

Betterment 

15 

Gravel 

1.852 

Digitized 

2 

W 1 5_02 

Unknown 

Betterment 

15 

Gravel 

1.699 

Digitized 


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3 

W 1 5_03 

Unknown 

Betterment 

15 

Gravel 

1.379 

Digitized 

4 

W 1 5_04 

Unknown 

Betterment 

15 

Gravel 

0.730 

Digitized 

5 

W 1 5_08 

Unknown 

New 

15 

Gravel 

0.963 

Digitized 

6 

W 1 5_09 

Unknown 

New 

15 

Gravel 

0.572 

Digitized 

7 

W 1 5_20 

Unknown 

Betterment 

15 

Gravel 

0.979 

Digitized 

8 

W15_21 

Unknown 

Betterment 

15 

Gravel 

0.868 

Digitized 

9 

W 1 5_1 0 

Unknown 

New 

15 

Gravel 

2.507 

Digitized 

10 

W 1 5_22 

Unknown 

Betterment 

15 

Gravel 

0.506 

Digitized 

11 

W 1 5_1 1 

Unknown 

New 

15 

Gravel 

0.628 

Digitized 

12 

W 1 5_1 2 

Unknown 

New 

15 

Gravel 

2.402 

Digitized 

13 

W 1 5_1 3 

Unknown 

New 

15 

Gravel 

1.236 

Digitized 

14 

W 1 5_1 4 

Unknown 

New 

15 

Gravel 

1.113 

Digitized 

15 

W 1 5_1 5 

Unknown 

New 

15 

Gravel 

0.401 

Digitized 

16 

W 1 5_1 6 

Unknown 

New 

15 

Gravel 

0.736 

Digitized 

17 

W 1 5_1 7 

Unknown 

New 

15 

Gravel 

1.851 

Digitized 

18 

W 1 5_1 8 

Unknown 

New 

15 

Gravel 

0.716 

Digitized 

19 

W 1 5_1 9 

Unknown 

New 

15 

Gravel 

0.818 

Digitized 

20 

W 1 5_05 

Unknown 

Betterment 

15 

Gravel 

3.850 

Digitized 

21 

W 1 5_06 

Unknown 

Betterment 

15 

Gravel 

2.444 

Digitized 

22 

W 1 5_07 

Unknown 

Betterment 

15 

Gravel 

2.141 

Digitized 






Total 

30.391 



Ward 16 


ID 

UNIQUENO 

RD_NAME 

STATUS 

WARD_NO 

RD_TYPE 

LENGTH_KM 

CAPTURED 

1 

W 1 6_03 

Unknown 

New 

16 

Gravel 

1.806 

Digitized 

2 

W 1 6_04 

Unknown 

New 

16 

Gravel 

0.973 

Digitized 

3 

W 1 6_05 

Unknown 

New 

16 

Gravel 

2.743 

Digitized 

4 

W 1 6_06 

Unknown 

New 

16 

Gravel 

0.699 

Digitized 

5 

W 1 6_07 

Unknown 

New 

16 

Gravel 

1.035 

Digitized 

6 

W 1 6_02 

Unknown 

Betterment 

16 

Gravel 

2.761 

Digitized 

7 

W 1 6_08 

Unknown 

New 

16 

Gravel 

0.994 

Digitized 

8 

W 1 6_09 

Unknown 

New 

16 

Gravel 

1.042 

Digitized 

9 

W 1 6_1 0 

Unknown 

New 

16 

Gravel 

1.294 

Digitized 

10 

W 1 6_1 1 

Unknown 

New 

16 

Gravel 

1.808 

Digitized 

11 

W 1 6_1 2 

Unknown 

New 

16 

Gravel 

1.900 

Digitized 

12 

W 1 6_1 3 

Unknown 

New 

16 

Gravel 

0.649 

Digitized 

13 

W 1 6_1 4 

Unknown 

New 

16 

Gravel 

2.318 

Digitized 

14 

W 1 6_23 

Unknown 

New 

16 

Gravel 

0.183 

Digitized 

15 

W 1 6_1 5 

Unknown 

New 

16 

Gravel 

0.984 

Digitized 

16 

W 1 6_1 6 

Unknown 

New 

16 

Gravel 

1.205 

Digitized 

17 

W 1 6_1 7 

Unknown 

New 

16 

Gravel 

1.281 

Digitized 

18 

W 1 6_1 8 

Unknown 

New 

16 

Gravel 

2.009 

Digitized 

19 

W 1 6_1 9 

Unknown 

New 

16 

Gravel 

1.323 

Digitized 


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20 

W 1 6_20 

Unknown 

New 

16 

Gravel 

0.491 

Digitized 

21 

W16_21 

Unknown 

New 

16 

Gravel 

2.776 

Digitized 

22 

W 1 6_22 

Unknown 

New 

16 

Gravel 

0.526 

Digitized 

23 

W16_01 

Unknown 

Betterment 

16 

Gravel 

0.311 

Digitized 

24 

W 1 9_20 

Unknown 

New 

19 

Gravel 

1.023 

Digitized 






Total 

32.134 



Ward 17 


ID 

UNIQUE_NO 

RD_NAME 

STATUS 

WARD_NO 

RD_TYPE 

LENGTH_KM 

CAPTURED 

1 

W1701 

Unknown 

New 

17 

Gravel 

2.123 

Digitized 

2 

W 1 702 

Unknown 

Betterment 

17 

Gravel 

3.774 

Digitized 

3 

W 1 703 

Unknown 

Betterment 

17 

Gravel 

1.129 

Digitized 

4 

W 1 704 

Unknown 

Betterment 

17 

Gravel 

0.482 

Digitized 

5 

W 1 705 

Unknown 

Betterment 

17 

Gravel 

0.702 

Digitized 

6 

W 1 706 

Unknown 

New 

17 

Gravel 

1.212 

Digitized 

7 

W 1 707 

Unknown 

New 

17 

Gravel 

0.415 

Digitized 

8 

W 1 708 

Unknown 

New 

17 

Gravel 

0.914 

Digitized 

9 

W 1 709 

Unknown 

New 

17 

Gravel 

0.275 

Digitized 

10 

W 1 71 0 

Unknown 

New 

17 

Gravel 

0.538 

Digitized 

11 

W 1 71 1 

Unknown 

New 

17 

Gravel 

0.718 

Digitized 

12 

W 1 71 2 

Unknown 

New 

17 

Gravel 

0.759 

Digitized 

13 

W 1 71 3 

Unknown 

New 

17 

Gravel 

0.554 

Digitized 

14 

W 1 71 4 

Unknown 

New 

17 

Gravel 

1.068 

Digitized 

15 

W 1 7_1 5 

Unknown 

New 

17 

Gravel 

0.555 

Digitized 

16 

W 1 7_1 6 

Unknown 

New 

17 

Gravel 

0.558 

Digitized 

17 

W 1 7_1 7 

Unknown 

New 

17 

Gravel 

0.418 

Digitized 

18 

W 1 7_1 8 

Unknown 

New 

17 

Gravel 

0.417 

Digitized 

19 

W 1 71 9 

Unknown 

New 

17 

Gravel 

0.410 

Digitized 

20 

W 1 720 

Unknown 

New 

17 

Gravel 

0.409 

Digitized 

21 

W1721 

Unknown 

New 

17 

Gravel 

0.251 

Digitized 

22 

W 1 722 

Unknown 

New 

17 

Gravel 

0.527 

Digitized 

23 

W 1 723 

Unknown 

New 

17 

Gravel 

0.504 

Digitized 

24 

W 1 724 

Unknown 

New 

17 

Gravel 

0.343 

Digitized 

25 

W 1 725 

Unknown 

New 

17 

Gravel 

0.794 

Digitized 

26 

W 1 726 

Unknown 

New 

17 

Gravel 

1.097 

Digitized 






Total 

20.946 



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Ward 18 


ID 

UNIQUE_NO 

RD_NAME 

STATUS 

WARD_NO 

RD_TYPE 

LENGTH_KM 

CAPTURED 

1 

W18_01 

Unknown 

New 

18 

Gravel 

0.523 

Digitized 

2 

W 1 8_02 

Unknown 

New 

18 

Gravel 

0.300 

Digitized 

3 

W 1 803 

Unknown 

New 

18 

Gravel 

0.666 

Digitized 

4 

W 1 804 

Unknown 

New 

18 

Gravel 

1.194 

Digitized 

5 

W 1 805 

Unknown 

New 

18 

Gravel 

0.624 

Digitized 

6 

W 1 8_06 

Unknown 

New 

18 

Gravel 

1.424 

Digitized 

7 

W 1 8_07 

Unknown 

New 

18 

Gravel 

1.970 

Digitized 

8 

W 1 8_08 

Unknown 

New 

18 

Gravel 

0.299 

Digitized 

9 

W 1 809 

Unknown 

New 

18 

Gravel 

0.892 

Digitized 

10 

W 1 8_1 0 

Unknown 

New 

18 

Gravel 

0.677 

Digitized 

11 

W 1 8_1 1 

Unknown 

New 

18 

Gravel 

0.481 

Digitized 

12 

W 1 8_1 2 

Unknown 

New 

18 

Gravel 

0.357 

Digitized 






Total 

9.407 



Ward 19 


ID 

UNIQUENO 

RD_NAME 

STATUS 

WARD_NO 

RD_TYPE 

LENGTH_KM 

CAPTURED 

1 

W 1 9_02 

Unknown 

New 

19 

Gravel 

1.301 

Digitized 

2 

W19_01 

Mpisane Road 

Existing 

19 

Gravel 

0.824 

Digitized 

3 

W 1 9_03 

Mnamfu Road 

Existing 

19 

Gravel 

0.610 

Digitized 

4 

W 1 9_04 

Unknown 

New 

19 

Gravel 

0.371 

Digitized 

5 

W 1 9_05 

Unknown 

New 

19 

Gravel 

0.841 

Digitized 

6 

W 1 9_06 

Unknown 

New 

19 

Gravel 

0.995 

Digitized 

7 

W 1 9_08 

Unknown 

New 

19 

Gravel 

0.715 

Digitized 

8 

W 1 9_09 

Unknown 

Betterment 

19 

Gravel 

1.445 

Digitized 

9 

W 1 9_1 0 

Unknown 

Betterment 

19 

Gravel 

0.655 

Digitized 

10 

W 1 9_1 1 

Unknown 

Betterment 

19 

Gravel 

0.475 

Digitized 

11 

W 1 9_1 2 

Unknown 

New 

19 

Gravel 

0.669 

Digitized 

12 

W 1 9_1 3 

Unknown 

New 

19 

Gravel 

0.385 

Digitized 

13 

W 1 9_1 9 

Unknown 

New 

19 

Gravel 

1.614 

Digitized 

14 

W 1 9_1 4 

Unknown 

New 

19 

Gravel 

0.890 

Digitized 

15 

W 1 9_1 7 

Unknown 

New 

19 

Gravel 

0.390 

Digitized 

16 

W 1 9_20 

Unknown 

New 

19 

Gravel 

1.023 

Digitized 






Total 

13.203 



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Taxi Ranks 


There are no formal taxi ranks in Umzumbe and it is proposed that both Mathulini (Turton) and St Faiths have taxi 
ranks. The budget required to address the backlog is approximately R14 000 000. 


Multi- Purpose Community Centers/Skills Centers (MPCC) 

Currently there are six MPCC/Skills centres as against a proposed eight MPCC/Skills centers. The budget required 
to address the backlog is approximately R8 000 000. 

Libraries 

There are no libraries in Umzumbe. According to the proposed standards, there should be 19 libraries within 
Umzumbe as indicated in Table 99. This should translate to one library per ward. 


WARD 

POPULATION 

EXISTING 

LIBRARIES 

REQUIRED 

LIBRARIES 

BACKLOG 

AMOUNT 

1 

10320 

0 

1 

1 

1 , 500 , 000.00 

2 

9377 

0 

1 

1 

1 , 500 , 000.00 

3 

12200 

0 

1 

1 

1 , 500 , 000.00 

4 

10661 

0 

1 

1 

1 , 500 , 000.00 

5 

11471 

0 

1 

1 

1 , 500 , 000.00 

6 

11050 

0 

1 

1 

1 , 500 , 000.00 

7 

10894 

0 

1 

1 

1 , 500 , 000.00 

8 

11558 

0 

1 

1 

1 , 500 , 000.00 

9 

7824 

0 

1 

1 

1 , 500 , 000.00 

10 

8756 

0 

1 

1 

1 , 500 , 000.00 

11 

8411 

0 

1 

1 

1 , 500 , 000.00 

12 

10013 

0 

1 

1 

1 , 500 , 000.00 

13 

12397 

0 

1 

1 

1 , 500 , 000.00 

14 

8081 

0 

1 

1 

1 , 500 , 000.00 

15 

9594 

0 

1 

1 

1 , 500 , 000.00 

16 

10471 

0 

1 

1 

1 , 500 , 000.00 

17 

9666 

0 

1 

1 

1 , 500 , 000.00 

18 

9700 

0 

1 

1 

1 , 500 , 000.00 

19 

11306 

0 

1 

1 

1 , 500 , 000.00 


193750 

0 

19 

19 

28,500,000.00 


Health facilities 

Statistically, Umzumbe municipality has 16 clinics per 193 750 population. This translates to 1 clinic per 12 110 
population. There is also one hospital for the entire population. 

Based upon the standards proposed, all wards within the municipality should each have a fixed clinic. Although it 
appears statistically that the municipality needs only three more clinics to cover all the wards, the fact that wards 3 


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and 13 have two clinics each needs to be looked at and discussed with the Department of Health. In other words, 
these two wards have a far higher health level of service than the rest. 

Based upon the norms, the municipality should have three more clinics at a total cost of R12 000 000. 


Educational Facilities 
Preschools 

Based upon the population, the municipality should have 30 preschools. Currently, the municipality has 41 
preschools. Based upon these numbers, it would appear that there is no need to further invest in preschools but 
only to operate and maintain the existing ones 


WARD 

POPULATION 

EXISTING 

PRESCHOOLS 

REQUIRED 

PRESCHOOLS 

BACKLOG 

AMOUNT 

1 

10320 

1 

2 

1 

400,000.00 

2 

9377 

0 

1 

1 

400,000.00 

3 

12200 

4 

2 

0 

0.00 

4 

10661 

3 

2 

0 

0.00 

5 

11471 

1 

2 

1 

400,000.00 

6 

11050 

1 

2 

1 

400,000.00 

7 

10894 

4 

2 

0 

0.00 

8 

11558 

1 

2 

1 

400,000.00 

9 

7824 

6 

1 

0 

0.00 

10 

8756 

5 

1 

0 

0.00 

11 

8411 

1 

1 

0 

0.00 

12 

10013 

1 

2 

1 

400,000.00 

13 

12397 

3 

2 

0 

0.00 

14 

8081 

2 

1 

0 

0.00 

15 

9594 

1 

1 

0 

0.00 

16 

10471 

2 

2 

0 

0.00 

17 

9666 

2 

1 

0 

0.00 

18 

9700 

3 

1 

0 

0.00 

19 

11306 

0 

2 

2 

800,000.00 


193750 

41 

30 

8 

3,200,000.00 


It must be emphasized, however, that due to a bigger scatter of the villages, the proposed standards may not be 
applicable. For this reason, it is necessary to exploit the advantage of GIS to help analyze travel/walk distances to 
come up with the most acceptable standards. 


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Primary Schools 

The municipality has a total of 97 primary schools. In fact it should have 78 primary schools per ward. 


WARD 

POPULATION 

EXISTING PRIMARY 
SCHOOLS 

REQUIRED PRIMARY 
SCHOOLS 

BACKLOG 

AMOUNT 

1 

10320 

2 

4 

2 

4 , 000 , 000.00 

2 

9377 

10 

4 

0 

0.00 

3 

12200 

8 

5 

0 

0.00 

4 

10661 

7 

4 

0 

0.00 

5 

11471 

3 

5 

2 

4 , 000 , 000.00 

6 

11050 

5 

4 

0 

0.00 

7 

10894 

9 

4 

0 

0.00 

8 

11558 

5 

5 

0 

0.00 

9 

7824 

3 

3 

0 

0.00 

10 

8756 

2 

4 

2 

4 , 000 , 000.00 

11 

8411 

4 

3 

0 

0.00 

12 

10013 

5 

4 

0 

0.00 

13 

12397 

10 

5 

0 

0.00 

14 

8081 

8 

3 

0 

0.00 

15 

9594 

4 

4 

0 

0.00 

16 

10471 

9 

4 

0 

0.00 

17 

9666 

2 

4 

2 

4 , 000 , 000.00 

18 

9700 

5 

4 

0 

0.00 

19 

11306 

4 

5 

1 

2 , 000 , 000.00 


193750 

105 

78 

9 

18,000,000.00 


Secondary Schools 

Currently there are 48 secondary schools in Umzumbe municipality. According to the norms proposed, it should 
have 30 secondary schools. 


WARD 

POPULATION 

EXISTING SEC. 
SCHOOLS 

REQUIRED SEC. 
SCHOOLS 

BACKLOG 

AMOUNT 

1 

10320 

0 

2 

2 

12 , 000 , 000.00 

2 

9377 

3 

1 

0 

0.00 

3 

12200 

4 

2 

0 

0.00 

4 

10661 

5 

2 

0 

0.00 

5 

11471 

1 

2 

1 

6 , 000 , 000.00 

6 

11050 

3 

2 

0 

0.00 

7 

10894 

4 

2 

0 

0.00 

8 

11558 

2 

2 

0 

0.00 

9 

7824 

2 

1 

0 

0.00 

10 

8756 

1 

1 

0 

0.00 

11 

8411 

1 

1 

0 

0.00 

12 

10013 

4 

2 

0 

0.00 

13 

12397 

4 

2 

0 

0.00 


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14 

8081 

0 

1 

1 

6 , 000 , 000.00 

15 

9594 

1 

1 

0 

0.00 

16 

10471 

6 

2 

0 

0.00 

17 

9666 

0 

1 

1 

6 , 000 , 000.00 

18 

9700 

3 

1 

0 

0.00 

19 

11306 

2 

2 

0 

0.00 


193750 

46 

30 

5 

30,000,000.00 


Community Halls 

In accordance with the proposed norms, the municipality should have 26 community halls. Currently, the 
municipality has 30 community halls 


WARD 

POPULATION 

EXISTING 

HALLS 

REQUIRED 

HALLS 

BACKLOG 

AMOUNT 

1 

10320 

1 

1 

0 

0.00 

2 

9377 

3 

1 

0 

0.00 

3 

12200 

1 

2 

1 

3 , 000 , 000.00 

4 

10661 

2 

1 

0 

0.00 

5 

11471 

3 

2 

0 

0.00 

6 

11050 

2 

1 

0 

0.00 

7 

10894 

2 

1 

0 

0.00 

8 

11558 

0 

2 

2 

6 , 000 , 000.00 

9 

7824 

3 

1 

0 

0.00 

10 

8756 

1 

1 

0 

0.00 

11 

8411 

2 

1 

0 

0.00 

12 

10013 

1 

1 

0 

0.00 

13 

12397 

3 

2 

0 

0.00 

14 

8081 

1 

1 

0 

0.00 

15 

9594 

3 

1 

0 

0.00 

16 

10471 

0 

1 

1 

3 , 000 , 000.00 

17 

9666 

1 

1 

0 

0.00 

18 

9700 

0 

1 

1 

3 , 000 , 000.00 

19 

11306 

1 

2 

1 

3 , 000 , 000.00 


193750 

30 

24 

6 

18,000,000.00 


Police Stations 

Currently there are three police stations. One could also look at a ratio of 1 police per 500 people (this ratio would 
be a step towards getting to the UN proposal). In that case, therefore, Umzumbe municipality should have 388 
police officers. Given that this falls outside our mandate it was not found to be a point to discuss further. 


MUNICIPAL 

POPULATION 

EXISTING POLICE 
STATIONS 

REQUIRED POLICE 
STATIONS 

BACKLOG 

AMOUNT 

193750 

3 

8 

5 

40 , 000 , 000.00 

193750 

3 

8 

5 

40,000,000.00 


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Courts 


Although there are no proposed district standards, it may be argued that one needs a conventional court per 100 
000 population. In such case, the municipality would need an extra court. 

The budget would be R15 000 000. 

Post Office 

There currently are no postal services points in Umzumbe municipality. According to the proposed standards, 
there should be two postal services at Mathulini (Turton) and St Faiths. 

The budget would be R10 000 000. 

Recreational facilities 

Sports Complex 


WARD 

POPULATION 

EXISTING 

COMBO FIELDS 

REQUIRED 
COMBO FIELDS 

BACKLOG 

AMOUNT 

1 

10320 

0 

1 

1 

4,000,000.00 

2 

9377 

0 

1 

1 

4,000,000.00 

3 

12200 

0 

1 

1 

4,000,000.00 

4 

10661 

0 

1 

1 

4,000,000.00 

5 

11471 

1 

1 

0 

0.00 

6 

11050 

0 

1 

1 

4,000,000.00 

7 

10894 

1 

1 

0 

0.00 

8 

11558 

0 

1 

1 

4,000,000.00 

9 

7824 

1 

1 

0 

0.00 

10 

8756 

0 

1 

1 

4,000,000.00 

11 

8411 

1 

1 

0 

0.00 

12 

10013 

1 

1 

0 

0.00 

13 

12397 

0 

1 

1 

4,000,000.00 

14 

8081 

1 

1 

0 

0.00 

15 

9594 

1 

1 

0 

0.00 

16 

10471 

1 

1 

0 

0.00 

17 

9666 

0 

1 

1 

4,000,000.00 

18 

9700 

1 

1 

0 

0.00 

19 

11306 

0 

1 

1 

4,000,000.00 


193750 

9 

19 

10 

40,000,000.00 


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9 GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC SECTOR PARTICIPATION, AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT REPORT 
9.1 Mayoral Izimbizo 


WAR 

D 

QUESTIONS/ COMMENTS 

ANSWERS 

FOLLOW UP 

RESPONSIBLE 

DEPARTMENT 

17 

Mgan 

geni 

• Request that D951 be fixed as public transport 
can utilize the road properly 

• How far is the progress for the proposed school 
in Mgangeni as there is still no school in the 

area 

• Water shortage is still an issue in the area 

Mayor Umzumbe 

• We have requested funding for the 
installation of street light 

Ugu Speaker 

• See Ugu Municipal officials 


• Dept, of 

Transport 

• Dept, of 
education 

• Ugu District 
Municipality 

17 

• Is there something that can be done for the 
informal traders selling sea creatures along the 
street 

Mayor Umzumbe 

• There is a need for a fishing license 
with an area demarcated for the sale of 
these creatures 


• Umzumbe 
Municipality 

18 

• Request a community hall and a creche in ward 
18 



• Department of 
social 

development 

17 

• Vote of thanks for improved service delivery 

• Mashazini and Mfazazane roads are not in good 
condition 

• Request the more households be connected to 
electricity 



• Umzumbe LM 

• Eskom 

17 

• Vote of thanks on the improved service delivery 

• We request assistance and funding for local 
business providing building materials 

Speaker Ugu 


• Ugu district 


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• Water connection has commenced however 
the water is still not running 

• By 2016 all households within the 

District will have access to proper 
sanitation 



18 

• Requested public shelters on R102 & P73 

• Upgrade of local access roads 



• Dept, of 

Transport 

17 

• Requested assistance on the billing of water 

• Can the meters be located closer 

Speaker Ugu 

• See Ugu officials 

• The problem with the billing system is 
that, it was initial designed to bill stand 
pipes. The district therefore faces a 
problem of allocating individual billing 
systems for each household. 


• Ugu district 

Mash 

azini 

road 

• Does the municipality not have inspectors to 
assess the work done by contractors 

• Requested hotline number for the Municipal 
fire truck 

Mayor Umzumbe 

• See Umzumbe Disaster Management 
officials for the hotline 


• Umzumbe LM 

Mfaza 

zane 

17 

• Request improvement of roads in Mfazazane 

• Can the water bill be closely monitored as we 
pay for the bill but people from other areas 
come and fill up water in our tank. 

• Can the government assist in providing jobs for 
old people over the age of 50. 

Mayor Umzumbe 

• The problem with men is that they 
aren't responsible with money and 
better to give money to females as they 
can use the money to fulfil household 
duties 


• Umzumbe LM 

17 

• Can the municipality assist local business to 
improve from their current situation 



• Umzumbe LM 

17 

• We request a stand pipe for people located far 
from proper basic services 

Speaker Ugu 

• Ugu has budgeted for the stand pipes 
however household allocation is 
financial on the owner 


Ugu District 


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17 

• Vote of thanks on NGO support, school 
bursaries and fire truck 

• The community is experiencing, a problem with 
a huge hole in one of the roads and is putting 
us in danger 

• The clinic within the area is experiencing staff 
shortage for assisting patience 

• We request a tractor for our plowing 

Mavor Umzumbe 

• The municipality opted to against 
individual household plowing to 
assisting NGO's, due to the lack of 
plowing of individual households 

• The Auditor General Office stated to 
the municipality that family burial isn't 
a municipal function and can only assist 
during emergency's 

Speaker Ugu 

• See Ugu officials 

• See ward councilor on the matter 


• Umzumbe LM 

• Ugu district 

17 

• Can 1 be assisted in the faulty electricity meter 
as its giving me problems 



• Eskom 

17 

• Electricity was installed however contractors 
appointment period had ended 

Speaker Ugu 

• See Ugu officials 


Eskom 

17 

• Roads are in bad condition 

• Sports grounds aren't upgraded 



Umzumbe LM 

17 

• Access road (Golokode Road) requires 
improvement 



Umzumbe LM 

17 

• Electricity installation has delayed and there are 
illegal connections occurring in the area 

• Requested for stalls to be built on strategic 
locations for local crafters 

Mayor Umzumbe 




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QUESTIONS/ COMMENTS 

ANSWERS 

FOLLOWUP 

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT 

15 

• When will we be receiving houses in this 
ward because we are not located on 
private land 

Umzumbe Mayor 

• The household will be receiving 
houses as the projects are still 
underway and Beneficiary 
registration will be conducted 


• Umzumbe LM 

• Dept, of Human Settlement 

9 

• We are experiencing problems with water 
connection 

Ugu Mayor 

• Ugu officials will be looking at 
the issue 

• The water tanker issue will be 
addressed 


• Ugu District 

11 

• We request Jojo water Tanks in ward 11 

Umzumbe Mavor 

• We will report to the relevant 
department 


• Umzumbe LM 

• Dept, of Human Settlement 

11 

• Vote of thanks for service delivery and 
requested fast tracking of water provision 

Umzumbe Mavor 

We will report to the relevant 

department 


• Umzumbe LM 

11 

• There is water supplied within the area, 
would like for the current system to be 
improved in order to limit any water cuts 

Umzumbe Mavor 

• We will report to the relevant 
department 


• Umzumbe LM 

• Ugu District 


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WARD 

QUESTIONS/ COMMENTS 

ANSWERS 

FOLLOWUP 

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT 

15 

• The toilets provided by the District are 
falling apart, are there steps in place to 
solve the issue as my toilet needs to be 
fixed 

Umzumbe Mayor 

• We will report to the relevant 
department 


• Ugu District 


• Vote of thanks on the improved service 
delivery 

Umzumbe Mayor 


• Umzumbe LM 

15 

• Water in the area is still not connected and 
the community has to get water from the 
river. 



• Ugu District 

09 

• Vote of thanks on the service delivery, how 
far is the land transfer process for the 
private land in the ward 

• Can the water and electricity be supplied to 
the entire ward 

Umzumbe Mayor 

• Electricity issue will be taken to 
Eskom 


• Eskom 

15 

• Can the municipality assist Mr. Madlala 
with a house as he is homeless 

Councilor Zungu (Ward 15 


• Dept, of Human Settlement 

councilor) 

• Mr. Madlala has been assisted, 
with his details taken and 
submitted to the Dept, of 

Human Settlement 


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WARD 

QUESTIONS/ COMMENTS 

ANSWERS 

FOLLOWUP 

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT 

15 

• Vote of thanks to the ward councilor on the 
fast tracking of service delivery 

• Dingimbiza and Nomakhanzana areas are 
experiencing a high crime rate, can the 
Leader assist as there is no support from 
the Hibberdene police station 

Umzumbe Mayor 

• We will report to the relevant 
department 


• SAPS 

15 

• Vote of thanks to the ward councilor 

• When will the delivery of toilets to this area 
be commence as we haven't received them 

Ugu Mayor 

• The toilets will be delivered with 
another registration phase 
commencing soon 


• Ugu District 

15 

• Vote of thanks to the Mayor and the Ward 
councilor 

• We're experiencing water shortage in the 
area and aware that the supply is on its 
way, can the process be fast tracked 




15 

• Vote of thanks to Ugu district for partnering 
with the service provider in identifying 
Boreholes and areas in need of upgrades 

• When will the housing construction 
continue 

• Water tankers were requested to supply 
households with water, however nothing 
has been done 

• Not all toilets have been supplied 

Ugu Mayor 

• Can the ward committee 
members count all the 
households without toilets 

• Jojo tanks are provided by the 
Dept, of Human Settlement 
and not Ugu's function 


• Ugu District 

• Dept, of Human 

Settlement 

15 

• Vote of thanks to the ward councilor 

• The Shabane area is experiencing illegal 
electricity connection 

• Bhobeni areal receiving water , but water 
tanks are not being filled up 

Umzumbe Mayor 

• Eskom will remove all illegal 
connections and the 
municipality able to help as 
people don't realize the 


• Eskom 


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WARD 

QUESTIONS/ COMMENTS 

ANSWERS 

FOLLOWUP 

RESPONSIBLE DEPARTMENT 



serious implications associated 
with illegal connections 




NAME & 

SURNAME 

WARD 

QUESTIONS/ COMMENTS 

ANSWERS 

FOLLOW UP 

RESPONSIBLE 

DEPARTMENT 

Mr. Khomo 

05 

Mehlo 

mnya 

ma 

• 1 would like to thank Councilor ST Gumede for 
the installation of burglar guards at 
Mehlomnyama Hall 

• Menyonge road needs serious attention and 
maintenance 

• The community is experiencing an increase in 
crime incidents related to electricity meter 
theft 

Mayor Umzumbe 

• The road would be fixed once the 
contractor is appointed 

• We are aware of the issue and urge 
the community to report this to the 
Police 


• Umzumbe 

LM 

• SAPS 

Naledi Chiliza 

05 

Qwabe 

• Would like to thank Councilor ST Gumede for 
the progressive service delivery programs 
offered by the municipality 

• Mqhukwili road need serious maintenance as it 
is unsafe to utilize, can one of the Municipal 

TLB's assist in leveling the road. 

Mayor Umzumbe 

• The road maintenance program 
conducted by the municipality has 
commenced with the plant being 
referred to such areas 

• There are plans to build bridges in 
such areas 


• Umzumbe 

LM 

David Dlamini 


• May the municipality develop programmes for 
the disabled community of Umzumbe 

• Can the Human Resource component consider 
the employment of disabled people 

• Can the toilets provided by the district consider 
the disabled 

Mayor Umzumbe 

• The municipality has a Disability 
forum together with budgets 
allocated for the disabled people 


• Umzumbe 

LM 

• Ugu 

District 

• Departme 
nt of 

Human 


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NAME & 

SURNAME 

WARD 

QUESTIONS/ COMMENTS 

ANSWERS 

FOLLOW UP 

RESPONSIBLE 

DEPARTMENT 




• The disable should voice their 
opinions during these forums so 
that they can be addressed 

Deputy Mayor Ugu 


Settlemen 

t 




• Ward committee members were 
supposed to register households 
with disabled so that the 
municipality can provide special 
toilets for the families 

• They can also consult with the ward 
councilor 



Silindile Dladla 

05 

Lokshi 

ni 

• Vote of thanks to Mr. S T Gumede on the road 
maintenance program 



• Umzumbe 

LM 

Bhekani Njepha 

05 

• Wild pigs within the area are still a problem and 
a restricting many households from practicing 
subsistence farming, can the municipality 
intervene 

Mayor Umzumbe 

• The municipality recently recruited 
people within the community for 
training with a stipend offered for 
the job 


• Umzumbe 

LM 

Makhosonke 

Gumede 

05 

• We voted but unable to get RDP houses 

because we are situated on private owned land 

Mayor Umzumbe 

• Government can't develop on 
privately owned land. People are 


• Umzumbe 


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NAME & 

SURNAME 

WARD 

QUESTIONS/ COMMENTS 

ANSWERS 

FOLLOW UP 

RESPONSIBLE 

DEPARTMENT 




requested to relocate to municipal 
or ingonyama trust land in order to 
receive houses 



Zanele Mqadi 

Ndelu 

13 

• Electricity has still not been provided within the 

area 



• Eskom 

Phumzile Nduli 

05 

Mehlo 

mnya 

ma 

• Mehlomnyama area has a serious water 
problem as there are no stand pipes 

Mavor Umzumbe 

• They must write a letter to Ugu 
Technical Services for assistance 


• Umzumbe 

LM 

• Ugu 

District 

Nkosinathi Jeli 

05 

Mehlo 

mnya 

ma 

• Vote of thanks to the Municipality for the dress 
a child programme 



• Umzumbe 

LM 

Sibongiseni Shezi 

05 

Gumbi 

• May the municipality bring back the funeral 
assistance programme 

Mayor Umzumbe 

• The municipality no longer 
opens yards for people as they 
take advantage of the 
programme 


• Umzu 

mbe 

LM 


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WARD 

QUESTIONS/ COMMENTS 

ANSWERS 

FOLLOW UP 

RESPONSIBLE 

DEPARTMENT 

02 

• Houses were promised in wards 02 but still have 
not be constructed 

• As a representative of the traditional council, 
that act states that the municipality is to assist 
the traditional council in fulfilling its duties 

Umzumbe Mayor 

• The delay was due to the constructors 
services being terminated and a new one 
has been appointed. 

• The delay has further been due to 
awaiting of new house designs from the 
Dept, of Human Settlement 

• We will look at the Act and see if there's 
any budget available, we are also aware 
that COGTA can assist in the matter 


• Umzumbe LM 

• Dept, of Human 
Settlement 

• COGTA 

02 

• Vote of thanks on the progress for the 

installation of electricity to households, however 
operation of the supply is yet to commence. 

Mavor Umzumbe 

• The matter will be referred to the 
relevant department 


• Eskom 

02 

• Vote of thanks to the progress done by the 
municipality 

• We request assistance on the wild pig issue as 
they are feeding on our vegetables 

• Crime is affecting the youth within the area, is 
there anything that can be done to mitigate the 
issue 

Mayor Umzumbe 

• The municipality has recruited people 
from the community to be trained on 
hunting the wild pigs 


• Umzumbe LM 

• SAPS 

02 

• Vote of thanks on the improved service delivery 

• How far is the delivery of houses 

• Can the water connections be improved as stand 
pipes are not working 

Mayor Umzumbe 

• The matter will be referred to the 
relevant department 


• Umzumbe LM 

• Dept, of Human 
Settlement 

• Ugu District 


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QUESTIONS/ COMMENTS 

ANSWERS 

FOLLOW UP 

RESPONSIBLE 

DEPARTMENT 

06 

• How far is the quest to operate and acquire 
ownership of the MPCC 

Mayor Umzumbe 

• The matter has been referred to the 
relevant department as the MPCC was 
built on privately owned land 




9.2 IDP Roadshows 2015/16 


[DP ROADSHOW AT (WARD 04) 31™ MARCH 2015 10H00 A.M MQHAKAMA SPORT GROUND 


Ward 

No. 

Challenge 

Intervention / Programme /Project Name 

Village /Settlement 

Stakeholder 

14 

• Location of water tanks from households 

• Refer matter to Ugu water services for 

assistance 

Ntengo 

• Umzumbe LM 

(Tech 

Services) 

• Ugu District 


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Ward 

No. 

Challenge 

Intervention / Programme /Project Name 

Village /Settlement 

Stakeholder 

14 

• Public awareness of municipal 

recruitment and job advertisement 

• Post advertised on local and provincial 

newspaper 

• Unemployed people to register with 

ward councilor 

Ntengo 

• Umzumbe LM 

(Human 

Resource) 

16 

• Discrimination of people from 

employment opportunities due to 

political differences 

• Employment of local people regarding 

advertised post 

• Post advertised on local and provincial 

newspaper 

• Report matter to officials at Speakers 

Office 

Ntengo 

• Umzumbe LM 

(Human 

Resource & 

Speakers 

Office) 

14 

• Distant location of water tanks from 

households 

• Refer matter to Ugu water services for 

assistance 

Ntengo 

• Ugu District 

14 

• No toilet for tuck-shops 

• Municipality assisting in building of 

churches for the community 

• Churches and tuck-shops are business 

and religious activities which are private 

owned. The municipality cant assist in 

the matter 

Ntengo 

• Umzumbe 


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Ward 

No. 

Challenge 

Intervention / Programme /Project Name 

Village /Settlement 

Stakeholder 






16 

• Distant location water tanks from 

households 

• Ugu officials to conduct an assessment 

Santu (near 

hospital) 

• Ugu District 

14 

• Water connection to households 

• Water trucks to assist in providing 

individual households with water 

• Ugu officials to conduct an assessment 

Khathi 

• Ugu District 

05 

• Taps don't have running water 

• Ugu officials to conduct as assessment 

Masulmaneni 

• Ugu District 

16 

• Water collection an issue to Older 

citizens who aren't able walk the long 

distances 

• Ugu officials to conduct as assessment 

Cabhane 

• Ugu District 

14 

• Improper use of community halls, needs 

renovation as it was burnt down 

• Ungraded roads 

• Community hall was assessed and 

awaiting response from assessors on the 

way forward regarding the community 

hall 

Kwahlongwa 

• Umzumbe LM 

(community 

services & 

Tech services) 


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Ward 

No. 

Challenge 

Intervention / Programme /Project Name 

Village /Settlement 

Stakeholder 

14 

• Situation on private owned land restricts 

service delivery to those households 

• Land audit will resolve the issue of land 

ownership and identification of 

households residing on private land 

Nashi 

• Umzumbe LM 

(Development 

Planning) 

16 

• Electricity cables are connected on 

households however no supply of 

electricity is received in those 

households 

• Assistance in video production 

• Disable community member living in a 

mud house 

• Consult Umzumbe LED unit regarding 

support and assistance of video 

production 

• Refer matter to the department of 

Human Settlement 

Nkehlamandla 

• Umzumbe LM 

(LED Unit/ 

Community 

Services) 

DOHS 

16 

• No water tanks in the area, residents are 

forced to collect water from the river 

• Ugu officials to conduct an assessment 

Cabhane 

(kamagadla) 

• Ugu District 

16 

• No water tanks in the area, residents are 

forced to collect water from the river 

• Electricity not in area as yet 

• Distant location of water tanks 

• War room (issues further to be raised 

during that platform) 

Kwamadadane 

(velmemeze) 

• Ugu District 

• Eskom 


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Ward No. 

Challenge 

Intervention / Programme /Project Name 

Village /Settlement 

Stakeholder 

07 

• No proposed projects within the 

settlement 

• Include proposed projects as part of the 

Community Base Plans 

Gidela 

• Umzumbe LM (Tech 

Services & Speakers 

Office) 

07 

• No health facility within settlement and 

mobile clinics don't bring the required 

medication 

• Refer matter to Department of Health 

Nyavini 

• Department of 

Health 

07 

• Proper pedestrian bridge at Ghebasi river 

• Refer issue to the Department of 

Transport 


• Umzumbe LM (Tech 

Services) 

• D.O.T 

07 

• Contractors not paying workers for 

Sanitation project 

• Consult Ugu District with regards to the 

appointed service providers 

kwahohlo 

• Ugu district 


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Ward No. 

Challenge 

Intervention / Programme /Project Name 

Village /Settlement 

Stakeholder 






07 

• Distant location of stand pipes from 

households 

• Refer matter to Ugu water services 

Ngwenya 

• Ugu District 

12 

• Permanent employment opportunity's 

• Post advertised by the municipality on 

local and provincial newspapers 

Fokseni 

• Umzumbe LM 

(Human resource 

unit) 

07 

• Water tanks not regularly filled with 

water by water tank vehicle 

• Refer issue to Ugu district water services 

authority 

Bhanoyi 

• Ugu District 

07 

• Community halls not furnished 

• Stand pipes not located near households 

• Construction Proper sport facilities 

• New halls to have furniture, plan 

underway to furnish current halls 

• There is a proper sport centre within the 

area 

Bhanoyi 

• Umzumbe LM (Tech 

Services) 

• Ugu District 

07 

• Municipal Graders have since not arrived 

to fix access roads 

• Programme will soon be coming to this 

ward, with additional plant having been 

purchased 

Bhanoyi 

• Umzumbe LM (Tech 

Services) 


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Ward No. 

Challenge 

Intervention / Programme /Project Name 

Village /Settlement 

Stakeholder 

07 

• Road not in good condition 

• Programme will soon be coming to this 

ward, with additional plant having been 

purchased 

Bhanoyi 

• Umzumbe LM (Tech 

Services) 

12 

• Road to Fokseni not in good condition 

• Availability of Permanent employment 

opportunities 

• Programme will soon be coming to this 

ward, with additional plant having been 

purchased 

• Post advertised by the municipality on 

local and provincial newspapers 

Fokseni 

• Umzumbe LM (Tech 

Services & Human 

Resource) 

12 

• Backlog in electricity provision 

• Graders to maintain access roads 

• Eskom proposed, the 2018 plan which 

seeks to connect 90% households within 

Umzumbe 

• Programme will soon be coming to this 

ward, with additional plant having been 

purchased 

Fokseni 

• Eskom 

• Umzumbe LM (Tech 

Services) 

07 

• Mobile has a shortage of medication for 

the community 

• Issues to be raised in War Rooms and 

referred to relevant department 

Bhanoyi 

• Department of 

Transport 


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Ward No. 

Challenge 

Intervention / Programme /Project Name 

Village /Settlement 

Stakeholder 


• No clinics with area 





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Ward No. 

Challenge 

Intervention / Programme /Project Name 

Village /Settlement 

Stakeholder 

11 

• Proper sport facility for the youth 

• Tarred roads 

• Upgrading of current sport facilities 

Mgai 

• Umzumbe LM (Tech 

Services) 

15 

• Delays of planned projects by the 

municipality 

• Speeding up of municipal procedures 

Nomakhanazane 

• Umzumbe LM 

(various units) 

11 

• Distant fill up spot by water tank vehicle 

from households 

• Close location of water tank vehicle 

Magwaza 

• Ugu District 


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Ward No. 

Challenge 

Intervention / Programme /Project Name 

Village /Settlement 

Stakeholder 

11 

• construction material for construction of 

toilets not looked after and safe guarded 

• proposed police station not yet delivered 

• speed up of sanitation project 

• consult SAPS regarding delays on 

construction 

Magwaza 

• Ugu District 

• SAPS 

11 

• Water is still an issue 

• Illegal electricity connection 

• Shabane scheme 

• Community Works Programme not with 

the area 

• Improve and expand all water schemes 

• Report wrong doers to the Police 

• Awaiting Eskom to increase power 

supply 

Ngoyeleni 

• Umzumbe LM (Tech 

services) 

• Eskom 

15 

• Electricity connection to households 

• Lack of community halls 

• Awaiting Eskom to increase power supply 

Nomakhanzana 

• Eskom 

• Umzumbe LM (Tech 

Services) 


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Ward No. 

Challenge 

Intervention / Programme /Project Name 

Village /Settlement 

Stakeholder 






15 

• Improper construction of sport facility 

• Community hall requires extension 

• Frequent monitoring of contractors 

• Assessment of extension requirements 

Nomakhanzana 

• Umzumbe LM (Tech 

Services) 

15 

• Communication breakdown between 

councilors and community 

• Mayor and Speaker to intervene 

Nomakhanzana 

• Umzumbe LM 

(Speakers Office) 

09 

• Electricity connection to households 

• Awaiting Eskom to increase power supply 


• Umzumbe LM (Tech 

Services) 

• Eskom 

11 

• Proper shelter for hosting community 

meetings 

• Utilization of community halls 

Magwaza 

• Umzumbe LM (Tech 

Services) 


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Ward 

No. 

Challenge 

Intervention / Programme /Project Name 

Village /Settlement 

Stakeholder 

18 

• Municipal registration fees assisting 
students in TVET Colleges 

• Registration fees for individuals who 
recently finished their matric 

Esilengeni 

• Umzumbe LM (Youth 
Office) 

18 

• Municipal Assistance for unskilled 
labour within the community 

• Lack of Jojo Tanks for the dry seasons 

• 24 March 2014 at Sbanini Hall there will 

a seminar regarding skills development 

Esilengeni 

• Umzumbe LM (Youth 
Office) 

• Ugu district 

18 

• No street lights on the roads 

• Crime study conducted as a motivation 
for installing street lights 

Eslengeni 

• Umzumbe LM (Tech 
Department) 

18 

• Maintenance of constructed roads 

• Availability of a community hall 

• Municipality has identified quarry site 
to assist in the roads maintenance 

Eslengeni 

• Umzumbe LM (Tech 
Department) 

18 

• Regular monitoring of work done by 
service providers appointed by the 
municipality 

• Municipal officials monitors the 
contractors and the progress of the 
work done 

Esilengeni 

• Umzumbe LM (various 
units) 

18 

• Ward demarcation not clear for 
community members 

• Proper location of ward member is ward 
16 

Eslilengeni 

• Umzumbe LM ( 
Development 

Planning) 

• Municipal 

Demarcation 

18 

• Delays in piped water programme for 

Old age people 

• the programme was a pilot project by 
the District and hopefully will resume 

soon 

Esilengeni 

• Ugu District 

Municipality 


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Ward 

No. 

Challenge 

Intervention / Programme /Project Name 

Village /Settlement 

Stakeholder 

18 

• Disable people not being accommodate 
with regards to the Sanitation 
programme 

• Disable people are accommodated in 
the programme and ward councilors are 
to be consulted in particular situations 

Esilengeni 

• Ugu District 

Municipality 


9.3 Community Based Plans 

The table below represents community findings of an intense bottom up strategic identification of community needs. 


WARD 

LIST OF PROJECTS 

Stakeholders 

i 

• 

Roads 

• 

Umzumbe /DOT 


• 

Clean water supply 

• 

UGu WSA/Umngeni 


• 

Electricity 

• 

Eskom/ Umzumbe LM 


• 

Old age and Orphanage Home 

• 

Dept. Social Development & Umzumbe LM 


• 

RDP houses 

• 

Human Settlement/ DRDLR/ Umzumbe / 

UGU , Eskom, DOT 


• 

Market for agricultural products 

• 

Umzumbe / Agriculture & Rural 

Development/ DEDT 

2 

• 

Community gardens 

• 

Umzumbe 


• 

Career guidance 

• 

Umzumbe / DOE 


• 

Establishment of Cooperatives 

• 

Umzumbe 

3 

• 

Electricity 

• 

Eskom/ Umzumbe 


• 

Access roads: 250, Maggi, Star, Ntabeni Enkulu, Mokoena, Eluphepheni, 
Ixopo, Chibini and Emfeni access road 

• 

Umzumbe / DOT 


• 

Pedestrian bridge from ward 3 to Umuziwabantu 

• 

DOT /Umzumbe 


• 

Fencing of Mhlabashane dam 

• 

Umngeni/UGU WSA 


• 

Housing project 

• 

Umzumbe/ DOHS/ DOT/ DRDLR 


• 

Sanitation 

• 

UGU WSA 


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WARD 

LIST OF PROJECTS 

Stakeholders 


• Construction of Nhlalwane community hall 

• Umzumbe 

4 

• Water supply project 

• UGu WSA 


• Low cost houses 

• DOHS/ Umzumbe 


• Maintenance plan for community facilities 

• Umzumbe 


• Sanitation 

• Ugu WSA 


• Poultry project 

• Umzumbe/ Dept, of Agriculture 


• Beadwork 

• Umzumbe/ Dept, of Arts & culture 


• Sewing project 

• Umzumbe / Dept, of Arts & culture 


• Piggery project 

• Umzumbe / Dept, of Agriculture 


• Ploughing 

• Umzumbe / Dept, of Agriculture 


• Installation of high mast lights 

• Eskom /DOT/ Umzumbe 


• Construction of multi-purpose centre 

• Umzumbe 


• Electricity 

• Eskom / Umzumbe 

5 

• Tarred roads: D941, D943, D150, P198, P72 join R102 

• DOT 


• Installation of Lightning conductors in strategic areas 

• Umzumbe /COGTA 


• Construction of Mkhomazana Pedestrian bridge from ward 5 to ward 13 

• Umzumbe /DOT 


• Maintenance of Minonk , Ntengela, Hlanzeni, A2912 or Mkhomazana 
road 

• Umzumbe/DOT 


• Construction of Mehlomnyama to Ngaleka road 

• Umzumbe/DOT 


• Construction of Frankland bridge 

• Umzumbe/DOT 


• Electrification: Hlanzeni, Gwalagwala, Thuntutha and electricity in-fills in 
all ward areas 

• Eskom /Umzumbe 


• High mast installation: Mehlomnyama, location area, Gwalagwala, 
Hlanzeni, Mkhomazana, Ntanyeni and Enkulu 

• Umzumbe/ Eskom 


• Community gardens at Ehlanzeni and Jerusalem 

• Umzumbe /Dept, of Agriculture 


• Converting of poultry project to creche at Enkulu 

• Umzumbe /DSD 


• Construction of RDP houses: Enkulu, Hlanzeni, Location area. 

• DOHS/ DOT/ 


• Deep tank: Enkulu and Ntengela 

• 


• Network cell mast 

• Vodacom/ Cell C/ MTN 


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WARD 

LIST OF PROJECTS 

Stakeholders 


• Livestock camp: Enkulu and Mehlomnyama 

• Dept, of Agriculture 

• Provision of Satellite SAPS offices at Qwabe area 

• SAPS 

• Construction of creches: Enkulu and Mehlomnyama 

• Umzumbe/DSD 

• Construction of Clinic 

• DOH/Public Works 

6 

• Community gardens 

• Umzumbe / Dept, of Agriculture 

• Functionality of St Faiths Multi-purpose Centre 

• Umzumbe/Public Works 

• Career guidance 

• Umzumbe /DOE 

• Construction of library 

• Umzumbe /DOAC 

• Creches 

• Umzumbe/ DSD 

• Computer equipment provision 1 high schools 

• DOE 

• Electricity 

• Umzumbe /Eskom 

7 

• Formation of Cooperatives 

• Umzumbe/DSD 

• Water 

• Ugu WSA/ Umngeni Water 

• Electricity 

• Eskom /Umzumbe 

• Construction of roads and bridges 

• Umzumbe/ DOT 

• RDP houses 

• DOFIS/Umzumbe 

• Police station 

• SAPS 

• Clinic 

• DOH 

• Construction of creches in all voting stations 

• Umzumbe/DSD 

• Community halls 

• Umzumbe 

• Education centre 

• DOE 

• Youth development 

• Umzumbe 

8 

• Love life campaign 

• Umzumbe/DOFI 

• Skills development 

• Umzumbe/DOE 

• Promotion of all sport codes 

• Umzumbe /DOSR 

• Promotion of subsistence farming 

• Umzumbe/DAEA 

• Removal of wild bores 

• Umzumbe/KznWildlife 

• Building of infrastructure 

• Umzumbe 

• Crime awareness 

• SAPS 


• Crime awareness campaign 

• SAPS 


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LIST OF PROJECTS 

Stakeholders 

9 

• Fencing of community gardens 

• Umzumbe 

• Training and mentorship programmes 

• Umzumbe/DOE 

• Post office 

• DOC 

• Telkom lines renewal 

• Telkom 

• Siyathintana airtime project 

• Relevant network service provider 

• Sports development 

• Umzumbe/DOSR 

• Establishment of Community Policing Forum 

• SAPS 

10 

• Satellite police office 

• SAPS 

• Street lights 

• Umzumbe/Eskom 

• Construction of pension pay point 

• SASSA 

• Sanitation 

• Ugu WSA 

• Construction of RDP houses 

• Umzumbe/DOHS 

• Construction of spring water facilities 

• Ugu WSA 

• Construction of Skills training centre 

• Umzumbe/DOE 

• Establishment of Community Policing Forum 

• SAPS 

• Community gardens 

• Umzumbe/DAEA 

• Old age home 

• Umzumbe/DSD 

• No bail campaign for drug dealers 

• SAPS 

11 

• Maintenance of access roads 

• Umzumbe/DOT 

• Upgrading of sports fields 

• Umzumbe/DOSR 

• SAPS Satellite office 

• SAPS 

• Construction of Lello bridge 

• Umzumbe/DOT 

• Tarred P75 road 

• DOT 

• Electricity installation and in-fills 

• Eskom /Umzumbe 

• Construction of library 

• DOA 

• Skills programme 

• Umzumbe/DOE 

• Renovation of white elephant facilities 

• Umzumbe 

• Low cost Housing 

• DOHS/Umzumbe 

• Sanitation 

• Ugu WSA 

• Provision of water 

• Ugu WAS/ Umngeni 


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LIST OF PROJECTS 

Stakeholders 

12 

• Construction of Fokseni sports field 

• Umzumbe /DOSR 

• Adult Basic Education and Training 

• DOE 

• Electricity at Ndayikazi area 

• Eskom/Umzumbe 

• Fencing of community gardens 

• Umzumbe/ DAEA 

• Water supply: Ndayikazi, Tophet, Mabiya and Niniva 

• Ugu WSA/ Umngeni 

• Construction of Nyonyane community hall 

• Umzumbe 

13 

• Electricity at Mqadi area 

• Eskom/Umzumbe 

• Electricity infills at Mswilili, Buhlebethu, Odeke and Baphumile 

• Eskom/Umzumbe 

• Water supply at Mswilili 

• Ugu WSA/ Umngeni 

• Fencing of community gardens 

• Umzumbe/ DAEA 

• Construction of bridge from Baphumile to Odeke 

• Umzumbe /DOT 

• Maintenance of access roads: D946, D947, Baphumile to Peak Store 

• Umzumbe /DOT 

• Construction of access roads: Makho, Bhatate, Shembeni 

• Umzumbe/ DOT 

• Additional water pipeline at Odeke, Mtumaseli and Buhlebethu 

• Ugu WSA/ Umngeni 

• Construction of Combo court sports field at Morrison 

• Umzumbe /DOSR 

14 

• ABET 

• DOE 

• Establishment of Community Policing Forum 

• SAPS 

• SAPS Satellite office 

• SAPS 

• Art and Culture development 

• Umzumbe/ DOAC 

• Cooperative development 

• Umzumbe /DOAC 

• Information centre 

• Umzumbe/ South coast Tourism 

• Business development Summit and support group 

• Umzumbe/ DED 

• Game reserve development 

• Umzumbe / Ezemvelo Wild life 

• Mentorship programme 

• Umzumbe/ DOE 

• Career Guidance Initiative 

• Umzumbe /DOE 

15 

• Market for agricultural products 

• Umzumbe/ DAC 

• Construction of roads 

• Umzumbe/ DOT 

• Clean Water supply 

• Ugu WSA/ umngeni 

• Electricity 

• Eskom 


• Capacity building for SMMEs, NGOs, NPOs and Cooperatives 

• Umzumbe/ DED 


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WARD 

LIST OF PROJECTS 

Stakeholders 

16 

• Career exhibition 

• Umzumbe /DOE 


• Workshops and trainings for rural development and land reform 

• Umzumbe /DRDLR 


• Cultural hubs 

• Umzumbe/DOAC 


• Preservation heritage 

• Umzumbe/ KznWild Life/ AMAFA 


• Youth advisory centre 

• Umzumbe /DOE 


• Construction of sports facilities 

• Umzumbe/ DOSR 


• Establishment of Community Policing Forum 

• SAPS 

17 

• Construction of RDP Houses 

• DOHS/ Umzumbe 


• Sanitation 

• Ugu WSA 


• Water 

• Ugu WSA / Umngeni 


• Electrification of Multipurpose Centre and infills 

• Umzumbe/ Eskom 


• Formation of community structures 

• Umzumbe 


• Establishment of Agricultural activities 

• Umzumbe /DAEA 


• Establishment of Mfazazane beach 

• Umzumbe 


• Construction of Gobhela creche 

• Umzumbe /DSD 


• Removal of Taverns close to schools and houses 

• KZN Liquor /SAPS/ Umzumbe 


• Establishment of Community Policing Forum 

• SAPS 


• Research for Bhoshongweni Art and Culture 

• Umzumbe/DOAC 


• Construction of high school 

• DOE/ Umzumbe 


• Maintenance of access roads: Dark city, Jwara, Gwala, Hlatshwayo, 

Ngema, Mbili, Mbutho, Jeza, Njakazi, Ncube, Deyi, Duma, Madwe, 

Sthole, Mpompini, Nguse and Khumalo access roads 

• Umzumbe /DOT 


• 

Construction of roads: Mfazazane, Malinga, Freeway, Madwayana, 

Sompisi and Bangibizi access roads. 

• 

Umzumbe / DOT 


• 

Construction of Main roads: D951, Makhoso, Mfazazane bridge, Malinga 
road 

• 

Umzumbe / DOT 


• 

Installation of stand pipe at the Reservoir 

• 

Ugu WSA / Umngeni 


• 

Construction of Power of Faith community hall 

• 

Umzumbe 


• 

Construction of access roads 

• 

Umzumbe/ DOT 


• 

Building of creches 

• 

Umzumbe /DSD 


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WARD 

LIST OF PROJECTS 

Stakeholders 

18 

• Building of Bangibizo and Mfazazane bridges 

• Umzumbe /DOT 

• Building of Community halls 

• Umzumbe 

• Provision of water 

• Ugu WSA/ Umngeni 

• Electricity 

• Eskom / Umzumbe 

19 

• Maintenance of access roads 

• Umzumbe/ DOT 

• Sports field upgrade 

• Umzumbe/ DOSR 

• Funding and mentorship of Cooperatives 

• Umzumbe/ DSD 

• Construction of creches 

• Umzumbe /DSD 

• Storm water management 

• Umzumbe/ DOT 

• Extension of tar road 

• Umzumbe /DOT 

• Construction of Dembese Primary and Dembese High Schools 

• DOE/ Public Works 

• Construction of Turton Station off-ramp 

• SANRAL/Umzumbe 


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10 Annexures 

10.1 Energy Master Plan 


P.Name 

Total 

Connections 

Network 

Constrained Status 

Project Name (Infrastructure) 

Expected 

Completion 

Date 

St Nivads 

703 

Kingsdale NBS 

Not Constrained 



KwaMgayi (Amen Creche • Ekubusiswe 

3S0 

nO0Ml NBS 

Not Constrained 



Mthwalume 

403 

Hibberdene NB41 

Slightly Constrained 

Qolo 132/22kV Subtation Establish 

2016 

Sipofu 

600 

Nbbtftfuic NB4i 

Slightly Constrained 

Qolo 132/22kV Subtation Establish 

2016 

Magwaza02 

513 

Kingsdale NB8 

Nfll oonUMM 



Nkehlamandla 

260 

Redhill NB17 

rioi boneinMd 



Vulkani 

1225 

Q*ab6 Naso 

Constrained 

Qolo 132/ 22k V Subtation Establish 

2016 

Mbonje 

982 

Hibberdene NB41 

Slightly Constrained 

Qolo 132/22kV Subtation Establish 

2016 

Mvozana 

510 

Bendigo NB59 

Constrained 

Qolo 132/22kV Subtation Establish 

2016 

Sunduza 

1122 

Highflats NB23 

Consigned 

Kenterton SS 132 22kV and 22 llkV (kwaBhidla Highf 1 

2013 

Mehlomnyama 

220 

Bendigo NB59 

Slightly Constrained 

Qolo 132/22kV Subtation Establish 

2016 

Shabane 

795 

Hibberdene NB41 

Slightly Constrained 

Qolo 132/22kV Subtation Establish 

2016 

Rosettenville 

472 

Hibberdene NB41 

Slightly Constrained 

Qolo 132/22kv Subtation Establish 

2016 

Mawuleni 

156 

Plains NB2 




KwaMgayi (KwaMoya) 

200 

Kingsdale NB8 

Not Constrained 



Mb» yana 

232 

School Road NB109 

Constrained 

Ngwadmi 132 22 llkV SS Establishment 


Ekubusisweni 

22 S 

Highflats NB21 

Constrain 

Kenterton SS 132 22kV and 22 llkV (kwaBhidla Highfl 

A 1 3 

Umzinto 02 NU 

955 

Highflats NB21 

Constrained 

Kenterton SS 132 22kV and 22 llkV (kwaBhidla Highfl 

2U3 

Nhlalwane 

ISO 

Kr.ht NR.'i 

Constrained 

Kenterton SS 132 22kV and 22 llkV (kwaBhidla Highfl 

2013 

Nomagelie 

226 

Highflats NB23 

Constrained 

Kenterton SS 112 22kV and 22 llkV (kwaBhidla Highfl 

2013 

Phungashe »B 

506 

jHNB23 

Constrained 

Kenterton SS 132 22kV and 22 llkV (kwaBhidla Highfl 

2013 

Maria Trust Mission 

1963 

Highflats NB23 

Constrained 

Kenterton SS 132 22kV and 22 llkV (kwaBhidla Highfl 

2013 

Gobhamehlo 02 

345 

Pungashe NB41 

Constrained 

Kenterton SS 132 22kV and 22 llkV (kwaBhidla Highfl 

2013 

GobhamehloOl 

1520 

Pungashe NB41 

Constrained 

Kenterton SS 132 22kV and 22 llkV (kwaBhidla Highfl 

2013 

Total 

14715 






Table 3: Electrification projects linked to MV projects, network status and infrastructure projects 


10.2 SDBIP/Organizational Scorecard 


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10.3 Council Resolution 


UMZUMBE MUNICIPALITY 


EXTRACT FROM THE MINUTES OF THE COUNCIL MEETING HELD IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBER, 
UMZUMBE MUNICIPAL OFFICES ON WEDNESDAY, 27 MAY 2015 AT 10H00. 


1 FINAL ANNUAL BUGDET 2015/2016 AND FINAL IDP FOR 2015/2016 FINANCIAL YEAR 

[C/9.1/27-05/2015] 

The Council at its meeting held on 27 May 2015 considered the above matter. Following 
discussion, it was 


RESOLVED: 


That the final annual budget for 2015/2016 with tariffs, municipal property rates, by-laws and 
budget related polices and final IDP for 2015/2016 financial year be adopted. 


CERTIFIED TRUE COPY OF THE ORIGINAL 



bonganT nyuswa 

DIRECTOR: CORPORATE SERVICES