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The Local Government Handbook: South Africa is a complete guide to municipalities in South Africa. With 257 municipalities and numerous demarcation, name and other changes over the years, it can be challenging to form a clear picture of this critical government layer. The Handbook provides a comprehensive directory of all municipalities, including contact details; descriptive overviews; particulars of senior office bearers; geographic, demographic and economic statistics; as well as financial, employment, service delivery and other performance-related information. For a complete online resource, visit www.municipalities.co.za

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THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT HANDBOOK SOUTH AFRICA 2018

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A complete guide to municipalities in South Africa

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We are proud to publish the eighth annual edition of The Local Government Handbook: South Africa.

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To our knowledge, it is the only comprehensive annual guide to municipalities in South Africa. Together with our other government handbooks, The National Government Handbook: South Africa and The Provincial Government Handbook: South Africa, the Handbooks consolidate, summarise and profile more than 850 government departments, public entities and municipalities in all spheres of government. The information in this Handbook reflects the status of municipalities as at 1 January 2018. Municipal names, demarcation details, overviews and demographic statistics were updated after the demarcation changes that took effect in August 2016. Contact details and information on political and administrative personnel are updated annually from public sources and by way of a survey that we conduct each year with all municipalities.

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Financial, employment and service delivery information is historical in nature. At the time of compiling the information, audited financial results and employment and service delivery statistics were generally not yet available for any of the municipalities newly established in August 2016. It should also be borne in mind that the results up to 2015/16 reflect the performance of previous administrations.

FOREWORD

MESSAGE FROM THE PUBLISHER

In compiling the Handbook we rely on the work of many government institutions. Of course, the data is not always perfect or easily accessible, but, as we have done since 2009, we strive to present the information in a dispassionate, coherent, consolidated and comparative manner in an effort to create a fair and accurate view of each municipality.

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The Handbook is designed to be used in conjunction with our website – municipalities.co.za – where more extensive information is available. The website is searchable, links directly to relevant source reports and is regularly updated. The website also retains historical information about all municipalities that were disestablished in August 2016. We trust that the publication and website add valuable sources of easy-to-access municipal information to the South African landscape.

FIND US ONLINE WWW.MUNICIPALITIES.CO.ZA All the information contained in this publication is also available on our user-friendly website, updated throughout the year.

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Audit Outcomes

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Index of Advertisers

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Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless and Wasteful Expenditure

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Methodology, Sources and Acknowledgements

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Overview of Local Government in South Africa

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Index of Cities and Towns

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Index of Municipalities

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Message from the Publisher

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Corruption Watch

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Safe House

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South African National Aids Council

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METHODOLOGY, SOURCES AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The Handbook is the sister-publication of our website – municipalities.co.za. The website displays more extensive information than the Handbook, and is updated throughout the year. Where practical, the website references and links to the original source reports. If you notice any errors or omissions, contact us at info@municipalities.co.za so that we may correct the website and, thereby, future editions of the Handbook.

MUNICIPAL SURVEY PROCESS The following information is gathered primarily via an annual survey that we conduct with all municipalities: contact details, municipal descriptions, and particulars of political and administrative personnel. The latest survey took place from August 2017 to November 2017 and information should be considered updated during this period. While we go to great efforts to gather complete and accurate information, some municipalities are more responsive than others. Where possible we cross-reference against municipal websites, information provided by SALGA, and other sources.

MUNICIPAL AREA AND MAPS The municipal area information is supplied by the Municipal Demarcation Board (MDB). All the underlying source material for the maps is supplied by the GIS/IT department of the Board. For more information on the MDB, refer to www.demarcation.org.za.

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION Demographic information is provided by Statistics South Africa (Stats SA). The figures in the Handbook are Community Survey 2016 data (as fully restated by Stats SA to reflect the municipal demarcations that took effect on 3 August 2016). Census 2011 data is available at municipalities.co.za, including historical information for disestablished municipalities. For more data and publications from Stats SA, refer to www.statssa.gov.za.

COMPOSITION OF MUNICIPAL COUNCILS Council seats are based on information published by the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC). It reflects municipal by-election results up to 13 November 2017 in respect of all Metropolitan and Local Municipalities. As regards District Municipalities, full council information (where available) is supplied by the relevant municipalities. In cases where the council seat list is followed by ‘40% PR Seats’, the information only reflects the 40% directly elected proportional representation seats as reported by the IEC, and not the full council. For more information on the IEC, refer to www.elections.org.za.

AUDIT OUTCOMES Audit Outcomes are sourced from the Consolidated general report on the audit outcomes of local government, PFMA, published annually by the Auditor-General South Africa (AGSA). The full reports are available from AGSA’s offices or at www.agsa.co.za.

The terminology used is described by AGSA as follows:

SOURCES

We have taken care to collect, capture and cross-reference the information in the Handbook as accurately as possible. It should, however, be recognised that some types of information listed change frequently. It is inevitable that some of the information will be incorrect at source or become outdated during and after publication. We, therefore, take no responsibility for the accuracy of the information in the Handbook.

Clean audit outcome: The financial statements are free from material misstatements (in other words, a financially unqualified audit opinion) and there are no material findings on the quality of the annual performance report or non-compliance with legislation. Financially unqualified with findings: The financial statements contain no material misstatements. Unless the Auditor-General expresses a clean audit outcome, findings have been raised on either the annual performance report or non-compliance with legislation, or both these aspects. Qualified audit opinion: The financial statements contain material misstatements in specific amounts, or there is insufficient evidence for the Auditor-General to conclude that specific amounts included in the financial statements are not materially misstated. Adverse audit opinion: The financial statements contain material misstatements that are not confined to specific amounts, or the misstatements represent a substantial portion of the financial statements.

Disclaimer of audit opinion: The auditee provided insufficient evidence in the form of documentation on which to base an audit opinion. The lack of sufficient evidence is not confined to specific amounts, or represents a substantial portion of the information contained in the financial statements. The Handbook includes financial figures and information in respect of the 2016/17 financial year. At the time of compiling this edition, the 2016/17 audits were still being finalised by AGSA and reports for the 2016/17 year were generally unavailable. The audit result is, therefore, shown as ‘Unaudited’.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION More comprehensive financial information is available on our website – municipalities.co.za. The individual sources are indicated and links to the relevant source documentation are provided under the Resources section for each municipality. Financial information is sourced from figures made available by the National Treasury on its website at http://mfma.treasury.gov.za. • In general, the figures in the Handbook were sourced from the Consolidated A1 Schedules, published by National Treasury as part of the 2017 MTREF process. • If the relevant figures were unavailable in the A1 Schedules, they may be taken from other sources. The website indicates the specific source for each year’s figures. • Schedule A1 reports are submitted in the format for municipal financial statements as prescribed by the Municipal Budget and Reporting Regulations. The figures are standardised to the prescribed format and may differ from the Audited Financial Statements. Where we have captured figures directly from the Audited Financial Statements, we have endeavoured to follow the prescribed format. • The figures for ‘Total Revenue’ include ‘Transfers recognised – capital’ and ‘Contributions recognised – capital & contributed assets’ as per the Schedule A1 format. • The figures for ‘Surplus/(Deficit)’ are ‘Surplus/(Deficit) after capital transfers & contributions’ plus ‘Share of surplus/(deficit) of associate’. • All financial figures are rounded to the nearest R’000. R0 values are reflected as ‘-’. Values that are unavailable are reflected as ‘n/a’. (Continued on page 15)

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The figures for Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless and Wasteful Expenditure are supplied to us by the Auditor-General South Africa (AGSA). If the figures are unavailable in this report, they may be sourced from the Annual Financial Statements of the relevant municipality. It must also be noted that, while we have aggregated the figures for the purpose of the Handbook, each type of expenditure in this total is distinctly different in nature. The terminology is described by AGSA as follows:

Unauthorised Expenditure: Expenditure that was in excess of the amount budgeted or allocated by government to the auditee, or that was not incurred in accordance with the purpose for which it was intended. Irregular Expenditure: Expenditure incurred without complying with applicable legislation.

Fruitless and wasteful expenditure: Expenditure that was made in vain and could have been avoided had reasonable care been exercised. This includes penalties and interest on late payments, as well as payments for services not utilised or goods not received. The separate figures for each type of expenditure are available at municipalities.co.za.

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS More comprehensive employment statistics are available on our website – municipalities.co.za. Employment statistics are sourced from the Non-financial census of municipalities, published annually by Statistics South Africa (Stats SA). In particular, the municipal data in this edition is sourced from the Statistical Release P9115 Unit Data (2015/16), available at www.statssa.gov.za. The data is collected by Stats SA via a questionnaire completed by municipalities. The methods used by Stats SA for collection include personal visits, telephone, fax, email and post. When assessing the employment data, it should be noted that: • The data is self-reported by municipalities and is not audited at individual level. • Municipalities may have reported vacancies on a differing basis, depending on different interpretations of the reporting of funded and/or unfunded positions. Some municipalities indicated no vacancies at all in the surveys. • ‘Total Employment Positions’ (in our reporting) combines full-time, part-time and vacant positions. Significant variances in year-on-year numbers may be explained by increases or decreases in temporary or part-time positions. • ‘Managerial Positions’ (in our reporting) combines S57 managerial positions (as defined by the Local Government Municipal Systems Act) and all other managerial positions according to the municipal organogram. • The P9115 statistical release contains the preliminary results of the 2016 Non-financial census of municipalities and the revised figures for 2015. In the event of revised figures being obtained for 2016, they will be incorporated into the 2017 Non-financial census of municipalities (if applicable). • ‘Total Employment Cost’ (in our reporting) combines ‘Employee costs’ and ‘Remuneration of councillors’ as sourced from the MFMA S71 4th Quarter Schedule C reports (see Financial Information above).

SERVICE DELIVERY STATISTICS More comprehensive service delivery statistics are available on our website – municipalities.co.za. Service delivery statistics are sourced from the Non-financial census of municipalities, published annually by Statistics South Africa (Stats SA). In particular, the municipal data in this edition is sourced from the Statistical Release P9115 Unit Data (2015/16), available at www.statssa.gov.za.

SOURCES

UNAUTHORISED, IRREGULAR, FRUITLESS AND WASTEFUL (UIF&W) EXPENDITURE

The data is collected by Stats SA via a questionnaire completed by municipalities. The methods used by Stats SA for collection include personal visits, telephone, fax, email and post. When assessing the service delivery data, it should be noted that: • The data is self-reported by municipalities and is not audited at individual level. • The data is not necessarily comparable with the Stats SA population census of 2011 and/or household survey data, mainly due to: • the data source being municipalities as opposed to households • the different definitions of household • differing reporting periods. • ‘Households’, as reflected in this data, is defined as a domestic entity to which the service is provided and which receives one bill (if the service is billed), alternatively known as a delivery point. This concept is often referred to as a household by municipalities, but this is not strictly correct, as households and consumer units do not coincide one-to-one, particularly in blocks of flats, on stands where there are multiple households in the same dwelling or in additional dwellings, such as garden flats, backyard rooms, etc. and in the case of public taps. Most municipalities do not have a system for identifying multiple households served by one billing unit or delivery point. • ‘Households – Free Basic Services’ means the number of Households that have access to free basic services. Where a municipality has implemented broad-based targeting or technical targeting to allocate free basic services, everyone may receive a basic level of free services, e.g. the first 6Kl of water. In this case, the figures for free basic services may be equal to the total number of Households served. • ‘Total Customer Entities Served’ includes both domestic Households and non-domestic consumer units, e.g. industrial, commercial, schools, clinics and hospitals, government departments, etc. Not all municipalities have a system to distinguish domestic Households and non-domestic consumer units. • The P9115 statistical release contains the preliminary results of the 2015 Non-financial census of municipalities and the revised figures for 2015. In the event of revised figures being obtained for 2016, they will be incorporated into the 2017 Non-financial census of municipalities (if applicable).

GOVERNMENT COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION SYSTEM (GCIS) We acknowledge and thank the Department: Government Communication and Information System for providing invaluable source material. We have made extensive use of the South Africa Yearbook, published annually by the GCIS, in compiling the overview and provincial introductory information.

SPONSORED PROFILES The information contained in the municipal Sponsored Profile pages is provided by the relevant municipalities. It is not independently verified.

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OVERVIEW

OVERVIEW OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA South Africa is a constitutional democracy with a three-tier system of government and an independent judiciary. The powers of the lawmakers (legislative authorities), government (executive authorities) and courts (judicial authorities) are separate from one another.

In terms of Chapter 7 of the Constitution of South Africa, the local sphere of government is made up of municipalities, which form the lowest formal level of democratically elected government in South Africa. A municipality has the right to govern, on its own initiative, the local government affairs of its community, subject to national and provincial legislation. The executive and legislative authority of a municipality is vested in its Municipal Council. The objects of local government are to: • provide democratic and accountable government for local communities • ensure the provision of services to communities in a sustainable manner • promote social and economic development • promote a safe and healthy environment • encourage the involvement of communities and community organisations in matters of local government. While Chapter 7 of the Constitution provides the foundation for the establishment of municipalities, various Acts of Parliament have further defined these municipal structures since the inception of the current constitution, the most important of these being the: • Intergovernmental Relations Framework Act • Local Government: Municipal Demarcation Act • Local Government: Municipal Electoral Act • Local Government: Municipal Finance Management Act • Local Government: Municipal Property Rates Act • Local Government: Municipal Structures Act • Local Government: Municipal Systems Act • Municipal Fiscal Powers and Functions Act.

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Government consists of national, provincial and local spheres. The national, provincial and local levels of government all have legislative and executive authority in their own spheres. It is a stated intention in the Constitution that the country should be run on a system of cooperative governance. The three spheres of government are defined in the Constitution as ‘distinctive, interdependent and interrelated’.

The remainder of South Africa’s territory is administered by 44 district municipalities (also known as Category C municipalities). Each district municipality is further subdivided into various smaller local municipalities (also known as Category B municipalities). As an example, the territory administered by the Sedibeng District Municipality encompasses the Emfuleni, Lesedi and Midvaal Local Municipalities. District and local municipalities share legislative and executive authority in respect of their commonly administered areas. District councils are primarily responsible for capacity building and district-wide planning. There are a total of 257 municipalities in South Africa, comprising eight metropolitan, 44 district and 205 local municipalities. A number of significant demarcation changes became effective after the 2016 local government elections. The demarcation changes reduced the number of local municipalities from 226 to 205 and the total number of municipalities in South Africa from 278 to 257. The political management of municipalities is made up of an elected Municipal Council. The term of a Municipal Council may not be more than five years. The Municipal Council makes decisions on exercising its powers and performing its functions, including electing its office bearers, as well as appointing its executive and other committees. The Municipal Council employs the executive management and personnel that are necessary for the effective performance of its functions.

There are three kinds of municipalities in South Africa, metropolitan, local and district municipalities (also known as Category A, B and C municipalities).

There are eight metropolitan municipalities in South Africa: • Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality • City of Cape Town Metropolitan Municipality • City of Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality • City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality • City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality • eThekwini Metropolitan Municipality • Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality • Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan Municipality.

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Metropolitan municipalities have been established to administer South Africa’s most urbanised areas. Metropolitan municipalities have exclusive municipal executive and legislative authority in their respective areas.

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Local government elections are held once every five years. The next municipal elections are due to be held in 2021. All South African citizens over the age of 18 are eligible to vote. The Constitution places all elections and referendums in the country in all three spheres of government under the control of the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC), established in terms of the Electoral Commission Act. The obligations of the IEC are to: • manage elections of national, provincial and municipal legislative bodies • ensure that those elections are free and fair • declare the results of those elections • compile and maintain a voters’ roll. The duties of the IEC are to: • compile and maintain a register of parties • undertake and promote research into electoral matters • develop and promote the development of electoral expertise and technology in all spheres of government • continuously review electoral laws and proposed electoral laws, and make recommendations • promote voter education • declare the results of elections for national, provincial and municipal legislative bodies within seven days • appoint appropriate public administrations in any sphere of government to conduct elections.

The Local Government: Municipal Systems Amendment Act is aimed at professionalising local government for improved service delivery and performance management, while also instilling a people-centred local government mindset in municipalities. A key objective of the Act is to progressively align the systems of municipal administration and human resource management with those of the Public Service in national and provincial government. The aim of the Act, among other things, is to: • professionalise local government by ensuring that the administrative apparatus of municipalities is staffed by appropriately qualified and competent persons to improve service delivery • require that employment contracts and performance agreements of municipal managers (and managers directly accountable to municipal managers) are consistent with the uniform systems and procedures set nationally • extend the Minister’s regulatory power to make regulations relating to macro-benefits such as medical aid and pension benefits after consultation with the ministers of health and finance.

OVERVIEW

LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS

The Local Government: Municipal Structures Act provides for ward committees whose tasks, among other things, are to: • prepare, implement and review integrated development plans (IDPs) • establish, implement and review municipalities’ performance- management systems • monitor and review municipalities’ performances • prepare municipalities’ budgets • participate in decisions about the provision of municipal services • communicate and disseminate information on governance matters.

LOCAL GOVERNMENT TURNAROUND STRATEGY (LGTAS) DEPARTMENT OF COOPERATIVE GOVERNANCE AND TRADITIONAL AFFAIRS (COGTA) The Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs is responsible for facilitating cooperative governance, to support all spheres of government and to assist the institution of traditional leadership to transform itself into a strategic partner of government in the development of communities. CoGTA oversees the implementation of the following legislation applicable to local government. The Local Government: Municipal Property Rates Act regulates the power of a municipality to impose property rates, excludes certain properties from rating in the national interest, provides fair and equitable valuation methods of properties, and for municipalities to implement a transparent and fair system of exemptions, reductions and rebates through their rating policies.

In 2009, an assessment of the state of local government found that problems in municipalities included poor governance and accountability, weak financial management, and a high vacancy rate in critical senior management posts. The findings further indicated an inability in some municipalities to deliver on the core set of critical municipal services. The findings pointed to a need to do things differently and respond directly to the findings of those assessments. In reaction, the Local Government Turnaround Strategy was introduced as a government programme of action and a blueprint for better service delivery aimed at responsive, accountable, effective and efficient local government. (Continued on page 21)

The Local Government: Municipal Systems Act establishes a framework for planning, performance-management systems, effective use of resources, and organisational change in a business context. The Act also establishes a system for municipalities to report on their performance, and provides residents with an opportunity to compare this performance with that of other municipalities. It also regulates publicprivate partnerships. The Act allows municipalities significant power to corporatise their services, to establish utilities for service delivery, or to enter into partnerships with other service providers. The Act provides for the adoption of a credit-control policy for municipalities, which will provide for the termination of services in the event of non-payment. Municipalities have the power to pass by-laws to implement the policy.

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The Local Government: Municipal Finance Management Act is aimed at modernising municipal budgeting and financial management. It also introduces a governance framework for separate entities created by municipalities. The Act is a critical element in the overall transformation of local government in South Africa. It fosters transparency through budget and reporting requirements.

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Five focus areas, aimed at fast-tracking implementation of the strategy, have been identified. These are: • service delivery • governance • financial management • infrastructure development • fighting corruption. The department aims to review all pieces of legislation that impede service delivery. In this regard, more than 300 sections of legislation that fall under this category have been identified and reviews undertaken.

MUNICIPAL SUPPORT AGENT (MISA)

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In May 2012, the Municipal Support Agent was proclaimed as a government agency as part of the LGTAS. The purpose of MISA is to be an institutional mechanism to manage and coordinate hands-on, targeted infrastructure development and technical capacity support without eroding the constitutional powers and functions of municipalities and other spheres of government.

MUNICIPAL INFRASTRUCTURE GRANT (MIG) The Municipal Infrastructure Grant is aimed at eradicating municipal infrastructure backlogs in poor communities to ensure the provision of basic services such as water, sanitation, roads and community lighting. CoGTA is responsible for managing and transferring the MIG and provides support to provinces and municipalities on implementing MIG projects.

INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PLANS (IDP) In terms of the Local Government: Municipal Systems Act, all municipalities are required to prepare and formally adopt IDPs. Integrated development planning is a process by which municipalities prepare five-year strategic plans that are reviewed annually in consultation with communities and other stakeholders. The aim is to achieve service delivery and development goals in municipal areas in an effective and sustainable way. IDPs must, among other things, include: • the municipal council’s vision for the long-term development of the municipality • an assessment of the existing level of development in the municipality and an identification of communities which do not have access to basic municipal services • the council’s development priorities and objectives, including its local economic development aims and its internal transformation needs • the council’s development strategies. which must be aligned with any national or provincial sectoral plans and planning requirements • a spatial development framework • the council’s operational strategies • applicable disaster management plans • a financial plan and budget projection for the next three years • key performance indicators and performance targets.

LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (LED) LED is an approach towards economic development that allows and encourages local people to work together to achieve sustainable economic growth and development, thereby bringing economic benefits and improved quality of life for all residents in a local municipal area. LED is intended to maximise the economic potential of municipal localities and enhance the resilience of macro-economic growth through increased local economic growth, employment creation and development initiatives within the context of sustainable development.

The ‘local’ in economic development points to the fact that the political jurisdiction at local level is often the most appropriate place for economic intervention, as it carries alongside it the accountability and legitimacy of a democratically elected body. LED programmes provide support in the following areas: • developing and reviewing national policy, strategy and guidelines on LED • providing direct and hands-on support to provincial and local government • managing the LED Fund • managing and providing technical support to Nodal Economic Development Planning • facilitating, coordinating and monitoring donor programmes • assisting LED capacity-building processes. Through these interventions and resources, local role-players and interest groups are mobilised for the sake of achieving economic growth, and with the aim of creating jobs to reduce poverty.

NATIONAL AND PROVINCIAL TREASURIES The National Treasury is comprised of the Minister of Finance, together with the national department or departments responsible for financial and fiscal matters. The Minister is the head of the National Treasury. The Constitution confers extensive powers on national government to determine the financial management framework of all organs of state, in all spheres of government. National government must, through national legislation, determine uniform treasury norms and standards. The National Treasury is further expected to monitor and enforce these norms. The National Treasury, therefore, not only implements the budget of the national government, but also plays a financial oversight role over other organs of state in all spheres of government. The National Treasury, together with the provincial treasuries, are responsible for administering the Municipal Finance Management Act (the MFMA), which is the central piece of legislation regulating all financial matters of municipalities. (Continued on page 23)

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MUNICIPAL FINANCE MANAGEMENT ACT (MFMA)

OVERVIEW

The Municipal Finance Management Act aims to modernise budget and financial management practices in municipalities in order to maximise the capacity of the municipalities to deliver services to all their residents, customers and users. It also gives effect to the principle of transparency as required by sections 215 and 216 of the Constitution. The MFMA must be read together with three other critical pieces of legislation: the Municipal Structures Act, the Municipal Systems Act and the Municipal Property Rates Act.

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The object of the MFMA is to secure sound and sustainable management of the fiscal and financial affairs of municipalities and municipal entities by establishing norms and standards and other requirements for: • ensuring transparency, accountability and appropriate lines of responsibility • the management of revenues, expenditures, assets and liabilities • budgetary and financial planning processes • borrowing • the handling of financial problems in municipalities • supply chain management • other financial matters.

The Provincial Treasuries are tasked with: • monitoring compliance with the MFMA, the preparation of budgets, the monthly outcome of those budgets and the submission of reports • assisting municipalities in the preparation of their budgets • exercising any powers and performing any duties delegated by the National Treasury • taking appropriate steps if a municipality or municipal entity commits a breach of the MFMA.

In terms of the MFMA, the National Treasury may, in respect of any municipality or municipal entity: • monitor their budgets and the implementation of their budgets, including their expenditure, revenue collection and borrowing • investigate any system of financial management and internal control and recommend improvements • take appropriate steps if a municipality or municipal entity commits a breach of the PGMA, including the stopping of funds to a municipality if it commits a serious or persistent material breach of applicable legislation and regulations • take any other appropriate steps necessary to perform its functions effectively.

FUNDING AND DIVISION OF REVENUE Local government plays a critical and complementary role in eliminating poverty and reducing inequality. Municipalities deliver basic services such as water, electricity, sanitation and solid waste removal. Municipalities also manage extensive public road networks, and support or provide public transport services. They also directly manage aspects of planning and regulatory systems that control land use, influence infrastructure roll-out and facilitate economic activity.

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The Constitution requires a division of nationally raised resources between national, provincial and local government. This is done through the Division of Revenue Bill, which is tabled with the national budget. Transfers to local government are made through the equitable share and conditional grants. The equitable shares are determined by formulas that take into account demographic and developmental factors. Conditional grants are designed to achieve specific objectives, and municipalities must fulfil certain conditions to receive them. Local government raises revenue mainly from user charges, rates and taxes. Only a quarter of its overall spending is financed from the National Revenue Fund through the division of revenue. However, poor and rural municipalities rely heavily on national transfers because they have much lower tax bases than large cities. Consequently, government directs higher per capita transfers to poor and rural municipalities, while working with urban municipalities to leverage their own resources to increase investment in infrastructure. In terms of the National Treasury’s Budget Review 2017, transfers to municipalities will account for 8.9% (or R103.3 billion) of nationally raised revenue for the 2016/17 budget year. (Continued on page 25)

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The Auditor-General of South Africa is the supreme audit institution of South Africa. It is the only institution that, by law, has to audit and report on how the government is spending the South African taxpayers’ money. Although AGSA audits the public sector, it is not part of it. AGSA is a ‘Chapter 9’ institution, meaning its mandate is outlined in Chapter 9 of the Constitution. This ensures its independence. It is also not bound by any public service rules and regulations. AGSA annually produces audit reports on all government departments, public entities, municipalities and public institutions. Over and above these entity-specific reports, the audit outcomes are analysed in general reports that cover both the Public Finance Management Act and MFMA cycles. In addition, reports on discretionary audits, performance audits, and other special audits are also produced.

MUNICIPAL DEMARCATION BOARD The Municipal Demarcation Board is an independent authority responsible for the determination of municipal boundaries. The Board’s status as an independent authority is also protected by the Local Government: Municipal Demarcation Act and various judgements by the Constitutional Court. In addition to the determinations and redeterminations of municipal boundaries, the Board is also mandated by legislation to declare the

district management areas, to delimit wards for local elections, and to assess the capacity of municipalities to perform their functions.

SOUTH AFRICAN LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION (SALGA)

OVERVIEW

AUDITOR-GENERAL SOUTH AFRICA (AGSA)

Salga is a listed public entity, established in terms of Section 21 of the Companies Act, 1973 and recognised by the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs in terms of the Organised Local Government Act. Salga represents local government on numerous intergovernmental forums such as the PCC, Minister and MECs Forum, the Budget Forum, the NCOP, and the Financial and Fiscal Commission. Salga aims, among other things, to: • transform local government to enable it to fulfil its developmental role • enhance the role of provincial local government associations as provincial representatives and consultative bodies on local government • raise the profile of local government • ensure full participation of women • act as the national employers’ organisation for municipal and provincial member employers • provide legal assistance to its members. Salga is funded through a combination of sources, including a national government grant, membership fees from provincial and local government associations that are voluntary members, and donations from the donor community for specific projects.

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Sources: South Africa Yearbook, published annually by the Department: Government Communication and Information System (GCIS), available at www.gcis.gov.za Budget Review, published annually by the National Treasury, available at www.treasury.gov.za www.agsa.co.za www.cogta.gov.za www.elections.org.za

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2

2

2

Letsemeng

FS

3

3

5

3

3

3

ZF Mgcawu

NC

1

1

1

Mafube

FS

5

5

5

Nelson Mandela Bay

EC

3

3

3

Cape Winelands

WC

1

1

1

Maluti-A-Phofung

FS

3

5

5

Mangaung†

FS

2

2

2

Central Karoo

WC

2

2

2

Mantsopa

FS

3

3

5

City of Ekurhuleni

GP

2

1

1

Eden

WC

1

1

1

Masilonyana

FS

5

3

3

City of Johannesburg

GP

2

2

2

Overberg

WC

1

1

2

Matjhabeng

FS

2

5

5

WC

1

1

1

Metsimaholo

FS

2

2

2

Mohokare

FS

2

2

3

2

3

5 5

GP

2

2

2

West Coast

eThekwini†

KZN

2

1

2

LOCAL MUNICIPALITIES

City of Cape Town

WC

1

1

1

Amahlathi

EC

2

2

3

Moqhaka

FS

Baviaans*

EC

2

2

2

Nala

FS

2

2

Alfred Nzo

EC

3

3

3

Blue Crane Route

EC

2

2

3

Naledi*

FS

5

3

3

Amathole

EC

2

2

2

Dr Beyers Naudé†

EC

2

2

2

Ngwathe

FS

2

2

5

Chris Hani

EC

3

3

3

Elundini

EC

2

2

2

Nketoana

FS

3

3

2

Joe Gqabi

EC

1

1

2

Emalahleni

EC

2

2

3

Phumelela

FS

2

2

5

OR Tambo

EC

3

3

5

Engcobo

EC

1

2

2

Setsoto

FS

2

2

2

Sarah Baartman

EC

2

1

1

Gariep*

EC

3

3

3

Tokologo

FS

2

2

2

Fezile Dabi

FS

1

2

3

Great Kei

EC

2

3

5

Tswelopele

FS

2

2

2

Lejweleputswa

FS

2

2

2

Ikwezi*

EC

5

5

5

Emfuleni

GP

2

2

2

Thabo Mofutsanyana

FS

2

1

2

Ingquza Hill

EC

1

1

2

Lesedi

GP

2

2

2

Xhariep

FS

2

3

3

Inkwanca*

EC

5

5

5

Merafong City

GP

2

2

2

Sedibeng

GP

2

1

1

Intsika Yethu

EC

2

2

3

Midvaal

GP

1

1

1

West Rand

GP

2

2

2

Inxuba Yethemba

EC

5

5

5

Mogale City

GP

2

1

1

City of Tshwane

DISTRICT MUNICIPALITIES

Amajuba

KZN

3

3

5

King Sabata Dalindyebo

EC

3

3

3

Randfontein*

GP

2

4

3

Harry Gwala

KZN

2

2

2

Kouga

EC

2

2

2

Westonaria*

GP

2

4

4

iLembe

KZN

1

1

1

Koukamma

EC

2

2

3

AbaQulusi

KZN

2

2

2

King Cetshwayo

KZN

1

1

1

Lukhanji*

EC

3

3

5

City of uMhlathuze†

KZN

1

1

1

Ugu

KZN

2

2

3

Makana

EC

3

3

5

Dannhauser

KZN

2

2

1

uMgungundlovu

KZN

1

1

1

Maletswai*

EC

2

2

2

eDumbe

KZN

2

2

2

uMkhanyakude

KZN

4

5

3

Matatiele

EC

1

1

2

eMadlangeni

KZN

2

2

2

uMzinyathi

KZN

3

2

2

Mbhashe

EC

2

3

3

Emnambithi/Ladysmith*

KZN

1

2

1

uThukela

KZN

2

3

3

Mbizana

EC

2

3

5

Endumeni

KZN

1

2

2

Zululand

KZN

2

1

1

Mhlontlo

EC

2

3

4

Ezinqoleni*

KZN

2

1

1

Capricorn

LP

2

2

2

Mnquma

EC

2

3

3

Greater Kokstad

KZN

2

2

2

Mopani

LP

4

5

4

Ndlambe

EC

3

3

5

Hlabisa*

KZN

2

2

5

Sekhukhune

LP

2

2

2

Ngqushwa

EC

3

3

5

Imbabazane*

KZN

2

2

2

Vhembe

LP

5

4

5

Nkonkobe*

EC

3

3

3

Impendle

KZN

2

2

2

Waterberg

LP

2

2

2

Ntabankulu

EC

3

3

5

Indaka*

KZN

2

2

2

Ehlanzeni

MP

1

1

1

Nxuba*

EC

4

2

3

Ingwe*

KZN

2

2

2

Gert Sibande

MP

3

2

3

Nyandeni

EC

1

2

2

Jozini

KZN

2

3

5

Nkangala

MP

1

1

2

Port St Johns

EC

3

5

3

Kwa Sani*

KZN

2

2

2

Bojanala Platinum

NW

5

5

2

Sakhisizwe

EC

2

2

3

KwaDukuza

KZN

2

2

2

Dr Kenneth Kaunda

NW

3

2

2

Senqu

EC

1

1

1

Mandeni

KZN

1

1

1

Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati

NW

2

3

5

Sundays River Valley

EC

4

5

5

Maphumulo

KZN

2

2

2

Ngaka Modiri Molema

NW

5

5

5

Tsolwana*

EC

5

3

2

Mkhambathini

KZN

2

2

2

Frances Baard

NC

1

1

1

Umzimvubu

EC

1

2

2

Mpofana

KZN

5

3

3

John Taolo Gaetsewe

NC

2

2

2

Dihlabeng

FS

2

2

2

Msinga

KZN

2

1

2

Namakwa

NC

2

2

2

Kopanong

FS

2

3

3

Msunduzi

KZN

3

1

2

AUDIT OUTCOMES

NC

EC

2013/14

2014/15

2013/14

Pixley Ka Seme

Buffalo City

METROPOLITAN MUNICIPALITIES

2015/16

2015/16

2014/15

AUDIT OUTCOME

2013/14

MUNICIPALITY

PROVINCE

AUDIT OUTCOME

2014/15

MUNICIPALITY

PROVINCE

AUDIT OUTCOME 2015/16

MUNICIPALITY

PROVINCE

MUNICIPAL AUDIT OUTCOMES

This list reflects all municipalities before the demarcation changes that took effect on 3 August 2016. Audit results are not available for new municipalities established on 3 August 2016. * Municipality disestablished on 3 August 2016. † Audit outcome of historical entity before demarcation changes that took effect on 3 August 2016.

CLEAN AUDIT

FINANCIALLY UNQUALIFIED WITH FINDINGS

QUALIFIED AUDIT OPINION

ADVERSE AUDIT OPINION

DISCLAIMER OF AUDIT OPINION

NOT AVAILABLE

Source: Consolidated general report on the Local Government audit outcomes, published by the Auditor-General South Africa. (Continued on page 31)

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COMPILATION OF GRAP COMPLIANT FIXED ASSET REGISTER (FAR) • • • • • • •

Updating the asset management policy and procedure documents Physical verification of all immovable and movable assets Linking all assets to a Geographic Information System (GIS) Asset unbundling according to a defined hierarchy Asset accounting including additions, disposals, impairments and depreciation Application of asset valuation methodologies Provision of audit support

GRAP AFS PREPARATION SUPPORT

Apart from our core support and focus on the preparation of GRAP compliant AFS and fixed asset registers, we also provide Caseware support and assistance with compilation of GRAP compliant AFS (with accounting policies) to assist entities with the compilation of accounting information within an updated GRAP framework applicable for the current fiscal period.

Immovable asset (buildings, land and infrastructure) verification Movable asset (property, plant and equipment) verification Asset register reconstruction and review support Ad hoc asset-related support: reclassification as required by GRAP (e.g. heritage assets).

SPECIALIST VALUATIONS AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENTS (LANDFILL AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT)

We assist government institutions, local and district municipalities with: • Valuation and quantification of landfill • Valuation of land • Valuation of heritage assets • Compilation of valuation rolls

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We have assisted various entities in the recovery and the saving of significant amounts.

GRAP COMPLIANT FINANCIAL STATEMENTS • • • •

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MUNICIPAL AUDIT OUTCOMES

2014/15

2013/14

2

2

Musina†

LP

2

2

2

Mutale*

LP

2

2

2

Ga-Segonyana

NC

5

5

5

3

3

Hantam

NC

3

3

Ndwedwe

KZN

2

2

2

Polokwane†

LP

2

2

3

Joe Morolong

NC

5

3

Newcastle

KZN

2

3

3

Thabazimbi

LP

3

5

5

Kai !Garib

NC

3

3

Nkandla

KZN

2

2

2

Thulamela†

LP

3

2

2

2

Kamiesberg

NC

3

3

5

Nongoma

KZN

2

2

2

Bushbuckridge

Nquthu

KZN

2

1

2

Chief Albert Luthuli

MP

2

3

3

Kareeberg

NC

2

2

2

MP

3

2

3

Karoo Hoogland

NC

3

3

5

Ntambanana*

KZN

2

2

2

Okhahlamba

KZN

1

1

2

Dipaleseng

MP

2

2

2

Kgatelopele

NC

3

5

5

Dr JS Moroka

MP

3

3

3

Khai-Ma

NC

2

2

Ray Nkonyeni†

KZN

2

1

2

2

Dr Pixley Ka Isaka Seme

MP

2

2

3

Magareng

NC

5

5

Richmond

KZN

2

The Big 5 False Bay*

KZN

3

2

1

Emakhazeni

MP

3

5

5

Mier*

NC

3

3

3

2

2

Emalahleni

MP

5

2

5

Nama Khoi

NC

3

3

Ubuhlebezwe

KZN

3

2

1

1

Govan Mbeki

MP

2

2

2

Phokwane

NC

5

5

Ulundi Umdoni†

KZN

2

2

2

Lekwa

MP

2

2

2

Renosterberg

NC

KZN

2

1

2

Mbombela*

MP

2

2

2

Richtersveld

NC

3

3

3

uMfolozi†

KZN

2

2

2

Mkhondo

MP

3

3

5

Siyancuma

NC

3

3

3

uMhlabuyalingana

KZN

1

1

2

Msukaligwa

MP

3

5

5

Siyathemba

NC

5

5

3

uMlalazi

KZN

2

2

2

Nkomazi

MP

2

2

3

Sol Plaatje

NC

2

2

3

uMngeni

KZN

2

2

2

Steve Tshwete

MP

1

2

1

Thembelihle

NC

3

3

5

uMshwathi

KZN

2

2

2

Thaba Chweu

MP

5

5

5

Tsantsabane

NC

3

5

5

uMtshezi*

KZN

5

3

2

Thembisile Hani

MP

3

3

3

Ubuntu

NC

5

3

3

Umuziwabantu

KZN

1

1

2

Umjindi*

MP

2

2

3

Umsobomvu

NC

2

2

2

Umvoti

KZN

2

2

2

Victor Khanye

MP

3

3

3

Beaufort West

WC

2

2

2

uMzimkhulu

KZN

2

2

1

City of Matlosana

NW

3

3

3

Bergrivier

WC

1

2

2

Umzumbe

KZN

1

1

1

Ditsobotla

NW

3

5

5

Bitou

WC

1

1

1

uPhongolo

KZN

3

2

2

Greater Taung

NW

3

3

5

Breede Valley

WC

1

1

1

Vulamehlo*

KZN

2

3

3

Kagisano-Molopo

NW

2

3

3

Cape Agulhas

WC

1

1

1

Aganang*

LP

3

3

3

Kgetlengrivier

NW

2

3

3

Cederberg

WC

2

2

2

Ba-Phalaborwa

LP

5

3

5

Lekwa-Teemane

NW

5

3

5

Drakenstein

WC

1

1

1

Bela-Bela

LP

2

2

2

Madibeng

NW

5

3

3

George

WC

1

1

1

Blouberg†

LP

3

3

2

Mahikeng

NW

5

5

3

Hessequa

WC

1

1

1

Elias Motsoaledi

LP

3

3

3

Mamusa

NW

5

5

5

Kannaland

WC

5

2

2

Ephraim Mogale

LP

3

5

5

Maquassi Hills

NW

3

3

5

Knysna

WC

1

1

1

Fetakgomo*

LP

2

3

5

Moretele

NW

3

3

3

Laingsburg

WC

2

2

2

Greater Giyani

LP

3

3

3

Moses Kotane

NW

3

3

2

Langeberg

WC

1

1

1

Greater Letaba

LP

3

3

3

Naledi

NW

2

2

2

Matzikama

WC

1

1

2

Greater Tubatse*

LP

3

5

5

Ramotshere Moiloa

NW

3

2

3

Mossel Bay

WC

1

1

1

Greater Tzaneen

LP

2

3

3

Ratlou

NW

3

2

3

Oudtshoorn

WC

3

4

2

Lepelle-Nkumpi

LP

3

3

3

Rustenburg

NW

3

2

3

Overstrand

WC

1

1

1

Lephalale

LP

2

2

2

Tlokwe City Council*

NW

3

2

2

Prince Albert

WC

2

2

2

Makhado†

LP

3

3

2

Tswaing

NW

3

5

5

Saldanha Bay

WC

1

1

2

Makhuduthamaga

LP

2

2

2

Ventersdorp*

NW

5

5

5

Stellenbosch

WC

1

1

2

Maruleng

LP

2

3

2

!Kheis

NC

3

3

5

Swartland

WC

1

1

1

Modimolle*

LP

3

3

3

//Khara Hais*

NC

2

2

2

Swellendam

WC

1

1

2

Mogalakwena

LP

5

2

Dikgatlong

NC

3

5

5

Theewaterskloof

WC

1

1

1

Molemole†

LP

2

2

3

Emthanjeni

NC

2

2

3

Witzenberg

WC

1

1

1

Mookgophong*

LP

3

3

3

Gamagara

NC

2

3

3

2

AUDIT OUTCOMES

2015/16

2

KZN

PROVINCE

2013/14

KZN

Mtubatuba

MUNICIPALITY

AUDIT OUTCOME

2015/16

2013/14

Mthonjaneni†

AUDIT OUTCOME 2014/15

2014/15

MUNICIPALITY

PROVINCE

AUDIT OUTCOME 2015/16

MUNICIPALITY

PROVINCE

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This list reflects all municipalities before the demarcation changes that took effect on 3 August 2016. Audit results are not available for new municipalities established on 3 August 2016. * Municipality disestablished on 3 August 2016. † Audit outcome of historical entity before demarcation changes that took effect on 3 August 2016.

CLEAN AUDIT

FINANCIALLY UNQUALIFIED WITH FINDINGS

QUALIFIED AUDIT OPINION

ADVERSE AUDIT OPINION

DISCLAIMER OF AUDIT OPINION

NOT AVAILABLE

Source: Consolidated general report on the Local Government audit outcomes, published by the Auditor-General South Africa.

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WC

-

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Nelson Mandela Bay

EC

R1 344m

R1 805m

Central Karoo

WC

R13,43m

R0,447m

Masilonyana

FS

Mangaung†

FS

R688,5m

R1 014m

Eden

WC

R12,04m

R241,1m

Matjhabeng

FS

R1 153m

City of Ekurhuleni

GP

R236,6m

R88,22m

Overberg

WC

R2,639m

R57,88m

Metsimaholo

FS

R45,23m

R137,3m

City of Johannesburg

GP

R850,5m

R1 039m

West Coast

WC

R21,04m

R12,60m

Mohokare

FS

R53,90m

R61,29m

GP

Moqhaka

FS

R221,9m

R169,9m

R60,41m

R64,96m

Nala

FS

R69,66m

R99,66m R70,30m

FS

R1 066m

Mantsopa

FS

R70,65m

R169,7m

R152,2m

R22,88m R821,2m

2015/16

2015/16

Maluti-A-Phofung

R1 066m

R2 567m

R1 886m

LOCAL MUNICIPALITIES

eThekwini†

KZN R208,3m

R212,3m

Amahlathi

EC

City of Cape Town

WC

R0,997m

Baviaans*

EC

R12,96m

R1,808m

Naledi*

FS

R80,11m

Blue Crane Route

EC

R28,83m

R41,52m

Ngwathe

FS

R311,5m

R35,47m

R258,8m

Dr Beyers Naudé†

EC

R0,174m

R14,33m

Nketoana

FS

R80,59m

R38,39m

City of Tshwane

R0,002m

DISTRICT MUNICIPALITIES Alfred Nzo

EC

Amathole

EC

R297,7m

R291,2m

Elundini

EC

-

R4,338m

Phumelela

FS

R111,7m

R62,00m

Chris Hani

EC

R284,0m

R339,5m

Emalahleni

EC

R28,81m

R30,18m

Setsoto

FS

R239,9m

R320,3m

Joe Gqabi

EC

R0,032m

R0,962m

Engcobo

EC

R0,004m

R0,007m

Tokologo

FS

R97,83m

R55,34m

OR Tambo

EC

R1 592m

R336,4m

Gariep*

EC

R34,43m

R18,84m

Tswelopele

FS

R8,753m

R15,39m

Sarah Baartman

EC

R1,821m

R3,891m

Great Kei

EC

R11,44m

R28,44m

Emfuleni

GP

R623,6m

R454,3m

Fezile Dabi

FS

R4,398m

R0,029m

Ikwezi*

EC

R18,61m

n/a

Lesedi

GP

R118,3m

R125,3m

Lejweleputswa

FS

R0,680m

R1,557m

Ingquza Hill

EC

-

-

Merafong City

GP

R17,76m

R0,396m

Thabo Mofutsanyana

FS

R16,69m

R2,659m

Inkwanca*

EC

R1,819m

R0,811m

Midvaal

GP

-

-

Xhariep

FS

R7,892m

R4,753m

Intsika Yethu

EC

R84,29m

R75,54m

Mogale City

GP

R115,2m

R0,264m

Sedibeng

GP

R15,19m

R0,143m

Inxuba Yethemba

EC

R47,09m

R21,50m

Randfontein*

GP

R203,1m

R175,8m

West Rand

GP

R0,051m

-

Westonaria*

GP

R340,2m

R315,6m

KZN

R53,42m

R57,08m

R102,8m

Amajuba

R531,4m

Harry Gwala

KZN

R170,9m

R336,4m

iLembe

KZN

R63,91m

R27,60m

King Cetshwayo

KZN

-

-

Ugu

KZN

R121,8m

R314,7m

uMgungundlovu

KZN

R0,115m

R2,850m

uMkhanyakude

KZN

R312,5m

R255,5m

uMzinyathi

KZN

R237,1m

R179,7m

uThukela

KZN R420,9m

R324,4m

Zululand

KZN

R0,378m

R11,39m

Capricorn

LP

R67,53m

R56,42m

Mopani

LP

R39,91m

R9,326m

Sekhukhune Vhembe Waterberg

LP LP LP

R265,1m R485,1m R8,363m

R171,6m R494,1m R4,478m

Ehlanzeni

MP

-

-

Gert Sibande

MP

R0,037m

R0,134m

Nkangala

MP

R1,893m

R22,82m

Bojanala Platinum

NW

R12,36m

R26,34m

King Sabata Dalindyebo

EC

R119,6m

R279,7m

Kouga

EC

R117,2m

R2,286m

Koukamma

EC

R1,376m

R17,09m

Lukhanji*

EC

R116,2m

R85,00m

Makana

EC

R85,10m

R38,07m

Maletswai*

EC

R27,01m

R21,60m

Matatiele

EC

R0,005m

Mbhashe

EC

R261,9m

Mbizana

EC

R116,8m

Mhlontlo

EC

R70,17m

R11,98m

Mnquma

EC

R126,7m

R194,4m

Ndlambe

EC

R267,2m

Ngqushwa

EC

R63,39m

Nkonkobe*

EC

R64,55m

Ntabankulu

EC

Nxuba*

AbaQulusi

KZN

R53,51m

City of uMhlathuze†

KZN

R124,8m

-

Dannhauser

KZN R4,498m

R2,075m

eDumbe

KZN

R41,71m

R48,06m

eMadlangeni

KZN

R8,928m

R3,735m

R3,285m

Emnambithi/ Ladysmith*

KZN

R0,104m

R0,029m

R24,06m

Endumeni

KZN

R0,223m

R0,125m

R4,869m

Ezinqoleni*

KZN

R20,77m

R0,062m

Greater Kokstad

KZN

R6,016m

R2,381m

Hlabisa*

KZN R30,07m

R74,04m

R226,4m

Imbabazane*

KZN

R41,27m

R0,058m

R51,06m

Impendle

KZN R0,047m

R1,037m

R51,14m

Indaka*

KZN

R71,68m

R3,315m

R217,5m

R144,9m

Ingwe*

KZN

R16,27m

R17,52m

EC

R84,56m

R34,55m

Jozini

KZN R70,68m

R58,56m

Nyandeni

EC

R2,306m

R26,15m

Kwa Sani*

KZN

R9,810m

R12,07m

Port St Johns

EC

R21,68m

R35,74m

KwaDukuza

KZN

R220,2m

R86,88m

Sakhisizwe

EC

R31,44m

R29,19m

Mandeni

KZN

R28,81m

R22,42m

Senqu

EC

R0,805m

R1,696m

Maphumulo

KZN

R21,10m

R36,24m

Dr Kenneth Kaunda

NW

R46,55m

R20,25m

Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati

Sundays River Valley

EC

R114,7m

R84,35m

Mkhambathini

KZN R4,407m

R4,322m

NW

R243,2m

R345,6m

Tsolwana*

EC

R5,707m

R3,108m

Mpofana

KZN

R32,05m

R16,20m

Ngaka Modiri Molema

NW

R1 166m

R466,0m

Umzimvubu

EC

R0,226m

-

Msinga

KZN R44,96m

R16,68m

Frances Baard

NC

R0,378m

R0,059m

Dihlabeng

FS

R125,1m

R154,3m

Msunduzi

KZN

R218,0m

R1,144m

John Taolo Gaetsewe

NC

R12,02m

R11,79m

Kopanong

FS

R133,9m

R80,74m

Mthonjaneni†

KZN R32,43m

R9,036m

Letsemeng

FS

R119,4m

R48,05m

Mtubatuba

KZN R56,83m

R16,62m

Mafube

FS

R0,012m

R130,2m

Ndwedwe

KZN R9,599m

R5,554m

Namakwa

NC

-

R0,444m

Pixley Ka Seme

NC

R2,567m

R2,222m

UIF&W EXPENDITURE

Cape Winelands

2014/15

R3,136m

R725,0m

METROPOLITAN MUNICIPALITIES

MUNICIPALITY

PROVINCE

2015/16 R0,248m

R392,3m

MUNICIPALITY

2014/15

PROVINCE NC

EC

2014/15

ZF Mgcawu

Buffalo City

MUNICIPALITY

PROVINCE

UNAUTHORISED, IRREGULAR, FRUITLESS AND WASTEFUL EXPENDITURE

This list reflects all municipalities before the demarcation changes that took effect on 3 August 2016. Audit results are not available for new municipalities established on 3 August 2016. * Municipality disestablished on 3 August 2016. † Figures for the historical entity before demarcation changes that took effect on 3 August 2016. The above figures are aggregated totals for Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless and Wasteful Expenditure. While the figures are aggregated for the purpose of this table, each type of expenditure is distinctly different in nature. Please refer to p13 for definitions and source information. (Continued on page 35)

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M-TEC Is a pioneer in the manufacture of non-ferrous products in South Africa. Our constant endeavour is continuous improvement of our products and maintaining technical expertise that ensures we remain a leading manufacturer in the cable industry. Our range of quality cables and conductors are essential for all utilities companies generating electricity and telecoms giants building networks.

MV POWER CABLE M-TEC Manufacturer MV XLPE Power Cables in an extensive range of sizes and voltage; MV Power Cable (6.6kV ~ 33kV) (copper and aluminium, standard or water blocked).

LOW-VOLTAGE CABLE M-TEC Manufacturer LV Power Cable (1, 2, 3, 4 core) (copper, solid and stranded aluminium); Bell, Control (5-37core) and Service Connection (SNE and CNE) Cable; and ABC Cable.

COPPER M-TEC has an extensive range of products, in a variety of categories including copper wire, tinned copper, contact wire (trolley wire), copper stranded conductors, copper bundled conductors and copper strip. Products are manufactured to customers’, national and international specification.

FIBRE-OPTIC CABLES M-TEC Manufactur FTTH, Micro-duct, Heavy Duty Duct, Steel Tape Armoured Cable, All Dielectric self-support (short, medium and long span aerial - non-metallic) cable. Our Loose Tube Cables provide excellent performance. We design high tensile strength and flexibility in a compact cable, manufactured to national and international specification.

ALUMINIUM M-TEC is a major manufacturer of a variety of aluminium products; aluminium overhead conductor (ACSR, AAC, AAAC), aluminium wire, alloy wire and strip.

OPGW M-TEC OPGW combines a ground wire for shielding overhead power transmission lines, with optical fibres for transmission of communication signals. Cable contains fibre encased in a stainless steel loose tube that provides excellent optical and physical performance. OPGW is designed to meet the electrical and mechanical equivalent of conventional ground wire, such as resistance of strong winds, lightning and short circuit current, and also to have communication capabilities.

Head Office: 1 Steel Road, Peacehaven, Vereeniging Sales Office: 53 Philip Engelbrecht St, Meyersdal 1939, Gauteng, South Africa Tel: +27 (16) 450 8200 Alberton Tel: +27 (86) 100 MTEC

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2015/16

R33,32m

Polokwane†

LP

R561,5m

R818,2m

R15,35m

Thabazimbi

LP

R118,2m

R62,34m

Nongoma

KZN R16,49m

R12,16m

Thulamela†

LP

R2,192m

R16,73m

Kai !Garib

NC

R84,01m

Nquthu

KZN R0,478m

R2,304m

Bushbuckridge

MP

R635,1m

R119,2m

Kamiesberg

NC

R14,96m

R20,18m

Ntambanana*

KZN

R3,981m

R1,468m

Chief Albert Luthuli

MP

R103,2m

R116,5m

Kareeberg

NC

R0,009m

R2,799m

Karoo Hoogland

NC

R25,06m

R22,66m

Kgatelopele

NC

R6,648m

R17,10m

Khai-Ma

NC

R5,453m

R1,943m

Magareng

NC

R3,032m

R36,85m

Mier*

NC

R17,10m

R32,21m

Nama Khoi

NC

R12,71m

R81,26m R135,3m

Okhahlamba

KZN

R0,187m

R3,840m

Dipaleseng

MP

R49,07m

R26,83m

KZN

R17,36m

R0,965m

Dr JS Moroka

MP

R109,9m

R137,2m

Richmond

KZN R3,892m

R0,282m

Dr Pixley Ka Isaka Seme

MP

R14,49m

R22,08m

The Big 5 False Bay*

KZN R23,05m

R11,41m

Emakhazeni

MP

R42,72m

R50,67m

Ubuhlebezwe

KZN

R0,129m

R4,156m

Ulundi

KZN

R11,78m

R56,77m

Umdoni†

KZN R2,750m

R6,361m

uMfolozi†

KZN

R21,17m

R45,16m

uMhlabuyalingana

KZN

R11,29m

R2,529m

Mkhondo

MP

R61,61m

uMlalazi

KZN

R14,36m

R18,67m

Msukaligwa

MP

R262,4m

uMngeni

KZN

R41,20m

R95,06m

Nkomazi

MP

uMshwathi

KZN

R1,052m

R2,939m

Steve Tshwete

MP

uMtshezi*

KZN R55,24m

R23,12m

Thaba Chweu

MP

Emalahleni

MP

R960,3m

R329,0m

Govan Mbeki

MP

R123,8m

R76,86m

Lekwa

MP

R282,1m

R165,4m

Mbombela*

MP

Hantam

NC

R7,739m

R11,34m

Joe Morolong

NC

R107,7m

R44,19m R69,63m

2014/15

PROVINCE

R712,2m

KZN R18,07m

Ray Nkonyeni†

MUNICIPALITY

2015/16

2014/15

KZN

MUNICIPALITY

PROVINCE

2015/16

Newcastle Nkandla

MUNICIPALITY

2014/15

PROVINCE

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Phokwane

NC

R206,1m

Renosterberg

NC

n/a

n/a

R279,6m

Richtersveld

NC

R12,78m

R23,27m

R272,2m

Siyancuma

NC

R62,79m

R67,22m

R279,5m

R154,9m

Siyathemba

NC

R141,4m

R28,28m

R41,14m

R58,59m

Sol Plaatje

NC

R79,42m

R215,6m

R95,71m

R197,6m

Thembelihle

NC

R28,19m

R24,52m

Tsantsabane

NC

R35,23m

R11,36m

Ubuntu

NC

R0,852m

R52,51m

R817,6m

R221,6m

Umuziwabantu

KZN R6,826m

R10,07m

Thembisile Hani

MP

R170,1m

R169,1m

Umvoti

KZN

R199,0m

R15,37m

Umjindi*

MP

R67,06m

R44,27m

uMzimkhulu

KZN R0,467m

R2,254m

Victor Khanye

MP

R130,5m

R149,1m

Umsobomvu

NC

R36,48m

R9,414m

Umzumbe

KZN

R1,643m

R0,016m

City of Matlosana

NW

R307,4m

R311,9m

Beaufort West

WC

R28,77m

R44,52m

uPhongolo

KZN R39,67m

R34,04m

Ditsobotla

NW

R51,41m

R32,08m

Bergrivier

WC

R5,295m

R4,399m

Vulamehlo*

KZN R50,48m

R5,258

Greater Taung

NW

R52,98m

R64,81m

Bitou

WC

R1,573m

R0,362m

R28,77m

R0,198m

Aganang*

LP

R0,022m

R14,95m

Kagisano-Molopo

NW

R171,9m

R49,11m

Breede Valley

WC

Ba-Phalaborwa

LP

R14,79m

R62,65m

Kgetlengrivier

NW

R90,79m

R4,491m

Cape Agulhas

WC R0,446m

Bela-Bela

LP

R2,988m

R3,485m

Lekwa-Teemane

NW

R7,317m

R74,37m

Cederberg

WC

R13,46m

R8,181m R1,703m

Blouberg†

LP

R46,52m

R65,98m

Madibeng

NW

R970,1m

R1 508m

Drakenstein

WC

R0,153m

R25,97m

Elias Motsoaledi

LP

R119,2m

R36,54m

Mahikeng

NW

R437,8m

R262,3m

George

WC

R33,59m

R43,55m

Ephraim Mogale

LP

R19,78m

R0,362m

Mamusa

NW

R41,58m

R10,20m

Hessequa

WC

R10,88m

R22,94m

Fetakgomo*

LP

R3,904m

R0,014m

Maquassi Hills

NW

R114,9m

R44,05m

Kannaland

WC

R41,06m

R39,83m

Greater Giyani

LP

R15,29m

R16,88m

Moretele

NW

R149,1m

R67,57m

Knysna

WC

R13,95m

R22,07m

Greater Letaba

LP

R132,3m

R45,16m

Moses Kotane

NW

R52,98m

R81,08m

Laingsburg

WC

R42,59m

R54,77m

Greater Tubatse*

LP

R291,2m

R133,2m

Naledi

NW

R92,84m

R353,8m

Langeberg

WC

R21,70m

R19,19m

Greater Tzaneen

LP

R162,3m

R89,15m

Ramotshere Moiloa

NW

R91,89m

R114,1m

Matzikama

WC

R11,83m

-

Lepelle-Nkumpi

LP

R26,96m

R14,92m

Ratlou

NW R4,994m

R11,06m

Mossel Bay

WC

R0,258m

R2,301m

Lephalale

LP

R77,99m

R48,95m

Rustenburg

NW

R1,039m

R3 076m

Oudtshoorn

WC

R108,7m

R210,1m

Tlokwe City Council*

NW

R159,7m

R66,66m

Overstrand

WC R0,056m

R3,873m

Tswaing

NW

R224,3m

R91,34m

Prince Albert

WC

R7,737m

R8,065m

Makhado†

LP

R217,5m

R83,59m

Makhuduthamaga

LP

R10,53m

R41,27m

Maruleng

LP

R10,48m

R6,597m

Ventersdorp*

NW

R91,60m

R67,63m

Saldanha Bay

WC R0,096m

R2,014m

NC

R7,836m

R7,770m

Stellenbosch

WC

R11,75m

R51,32m

Modimolle*

LP

R39,88m

R65,73m

!Kheis

Mogalakwena

LP

n/a

R223,8m

//Khara Hais*

NC

R54,34m

R48,26m

Swartland

WC

R0,632m

R21,21m

Molemole†

LP

R10,16m

R6,962m

Dikgatlong

NC

R87,11m

R238,9m

Swellendam

WC

R0,272m

R0,015m

Mookgophong*

LP

R34,50m

R41,65m

Emthanjeni

NC

R78,56m

R79,78m

Theewaterskloof

WC

R2,915m

R42,99m

NC

R243,4m

R267,9m

Witzenberg

WC

-

R7,757m

NC

R91,28m

R101,0m

Musina†

LP

R37,63m

R9,886m

Gamagara

Mutale*

LP

n/a

R2,208m

Ga-Segonyana

UIF&W EXPENDITURE

UNAUTHORISED, IRREGULAR, FRUITLESS AND WASTEFUL EXPENDITURE

This list reflects all municipalities before the demarcation changes that took effect on 3 August 2016. Audit results are not available for new municipalities established on 3 August 2016. * Municipality disestablished on 3 August 2016. † Figures for the historical entity before demarcation changes that took effect on 3 August 2016. The above figures are aggregated totals for Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless and Wasteful Expenditure. While the figures are aggregated for the purpose of this table, each type of expenditure is distinctly different in nature. Please refer to p13 for definitions and source information.

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EASTERN CAPE

KEY STATISTICS GEOGRAPHY LAND AREA 168 966km2

MATATIELE

UMZIMVUBU

SENQU

WALTER SISULU

ELUNDINI

MBIZANA NTABANKULU MHLONTLO

SAKHISIZWE EMALAHLENI INXUBA YETHEMBA

ENOCH MGIJIMA

LAND PERCENTAGE 13.8%

PEOPLE

INGQUZA HILL

PORT ST JOHNS KING NYANDENI SABATA DALINDYEBO

ENGCOBO

INTSIKA YETHU

6 996 976

2 626 687

POPULATION

MBHASHE

YOUTH (15-34 YEARS)

MNQUMA AMAHLATHI BLUE CRANE ROUTE

RAYMOND MHLABA

GREAT KEI BUFFALO CITY

DR BEYERS NAUDÉ MAKANA SUNDAYS RIVER VALLEY

NDLAMBE

ALFRED NZO KOUKAMMA

NELSON MANDELA BAY

KOUGA

90,7

37,5

SEX RATIO (MALES/100 FEMALES)

YOUTH PROPORTION

17.0%

12.7%

EDUCATION

POVERTY HEADCOUNT

NGQUSHWA

AMATHOLE CHRIS HANI JOE GQABI OR TAMBO SARAH BAARTMAN

The Eastern Cape is located on the east coast of South Africa between the Western Cape and KwaZulu-Natal Provinces. Inland, it borders the Northern Cape and Free State Provinces, as well as Lesotho. The region boasts remarkable natural diversity, ranging from the semi-arid Great Karoo to the forests of the Wild Coast and the Keiskamma Valley, the fertile Langkloof and the mountainous southern Drakensberg region. The Eastern Cape’s main feature is its spectacular coastline bordering the Indian Ocean. It covers an area of 168 966km2 and has a population of 6 996 976. It is the second-largest province in South Africa by surface area and has the third-largest population. The capital is Bhisho. Other major cities and towns include Port Elizabeth, East London, Grahamstown, Mthatha (previously Umtata), Graaf Reinet, Cradock and Port St Johns. The Eastern Cape is one of South Africa’s poorest provinces incorporating large areas of South Africa’s former homelands. The Eastern Cape has excellent agricultural and forestry potential. The fertile Langkloof Valley in the south-west has enormous deciduous fruit orchards, while the Karoo interior is an important sheep-farming area. The Alexandria-Grahamstown area produces pineapples, chicory and dairy products, while coffee and tea are cultivated at Magwa. People in the former Transkei region are dependent on the farming of cattle, maize and sorghum. The metropolitan economies of Port Elizabeth and East London are based primarily on manufacturing, the most important industry being motor manufacturing. The province is the hub of South Africa’s automotive industry. The Eastern Cape is divided into two metropolitan municipalities (Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality and Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan Municipality) and six district municipalities, which are further subdivided into 31 local municipalities.

(GRADE 12 – AGED 20+)

UNEMPLOYMENT*

35.5%

45.3%

OFFICIAL RATE

EXPANDED RATE

HOUSING HOUSEHOLD SIZE 3,9

HOUSEHOLDS 1 773 395 65.1%

26.6%

7.4%

FORMAL DWELLINGS

TRADITIONAL DWELLINGS

INFORMAL DWELLINGS

HOUSEHOLD SERVICES ACCESS TO PIPED WATER

68.4%

FLUSH/CHEMICAL TOILET

52.3%

CONNECTED TO ELECTRICITY

86.6%

Sources: Community Survey 2016 – Provinces at a glance, published by Stats SA. *Unemployment figures from Quarterly Labour Force Survey, Quarter 3, 2017, published by Stats SA.

EASTERN CAPE MUNICIPALITIES Buffalo City

40

Nelson Mandela Bay

40

Alfred Nzo District Matatiele Mbizana Ntabankulu Umzimvubu

41 42 44 44 45

Amathole District Amahlathi Great Kei

45 46 47

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Mbhashe Mnquma Ngqushwa Raymond Mhlaba

47 48 48 49

Joe Gqabi District Elundini Senqu Walter Sisulu

55 55 56 58

Chris Hani District Emalahleni Engcobo Enoch Mgijima Intsika Yethu Inxuba Yethemba Sakhisizwe

50 50 52 53 53 54 54

OR Tambo District Ingquza Hill King Sabata Dalindyebo Mhlontlo Nyandeni Port St Johns

58 59 60 60 61 61

Sarah Baartman District Blue Crane Route Dr Beyers Naudé Kouga Koukamma Makana Ndlambe Sundays River Valley

62 62 63 64 64 65 66 66

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BUFFALO CITY METROPOLITAN MUNICIPALITY (BUF) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 134, East London, 5200 PHYSICAL: 117 Oxford Street, Cnr North & Oxford Streets, Trust Centre, East London TEL: 043 705 2000 FAX: 043 743 1688 EMAIL: citymanager@buffalocity.gov.za WEB: www.buffalocity.gov.za

Bisho King William’s Town Berlin

Breidbach Zwelitsha

OVERVIEW

Mdantsane Potsdam

Description: The Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality is a Category A municipality situated on the east coast of the Eastern Cape Province. The boundaries of the newly established municipality now include a large area characterised by very different features. Two former municipalities, Transitional Local Councils – that of East London and King William’s Town – have merged into one. Other areas that were previously not included in either of them are now part of Buffalo City. The municipality was established as a local municipality in 2000 after South Africa’s reorganisation of municipal areas and is named after the Buffalo River, at whose mouth lies the only river port in South Africa. On 18 May 2011 it was separated from the Amathole District Municipality and converted into a metropolitan municipality. History was made in Buffalo City when the City elected its first female mayor on Friday, 17 March 2006. The area has a well-developed manufacturing base, with the auto industry playing a major role. The climate is mild, with year-round sunshine. Average rainfall is 850mm. Area: 2 750km2 Cities/Towns: Beacon Bay, Berlin, Bisho, Breidbach, Dimbaza, East London, Kidd’s Beach, King William’s Town, Mdantsane, Phakamisa, Potsdam, Zwelitsha Main Economic Sectors: Community services (25%), finance (24%), manufacturing (24%), trade (12%), transport (12%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 834 997 No Schooling: 4.0% Households: 253 477

Population Growth: 1.52% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 44.7% Formal Dwellings: 70.2%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 60, DA 24, EFF 8, AIC 4, ACDP 1, COPE 1,

Beacon Bay East London

BUFFALO CITY

Kidd’s Beach

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Qualified audit

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

6 297 588

6 148 568

5 595 342

Total Expenditure

6 035 605

5 464 435

5 225 837

261 983

684 133

369 505

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

1 671 637

1 186 327

930 050

Total Current Assets

3 186 185

3 571 174

3 023 704

Total Current Liabilities

1 476 291

1 440 811

1 075 115

Surplus/(Deficit)

Community Wealth/Equity

17 295 574

14 681 482 14 006 089

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

532 678

1 395 072

1 013 101

1 688 435

2 375 582

2 200 541

n/a

392 296

725 024

2015/16

2014/15

5 754

5 320

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

PAC 1, UDM 1

Total Employment Positions

Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Xola Pakati (Executive Mayor) Other Members of Council: Zoliswa Matana (Deputy Mayor), Alfred Mtsi

Vacant Positions

757

787

Managerial Positions

226

224

(Speaker), Mzwandile Vaaiboom (Chief Whip), Ncedo Kumbanca (MMC: Engineering and Infrastructure), Ayanda Myute (MMC: Health and Public Safety), Xolani Witbooi (MMC: Special Programmes), Pumla Nazo-Makathala (MMC: Development), Nontsikelelo Peter (MMC: Finance), Nozandile Mhlola (MMC: Human Settlements), Helen Neale-May (MMC: Community Services), Mawethu Marata (MMC: Local Economic Development), Sindile Toni (MMC: Corporate Services) Municipal Manager: Mr Andile Sihlahla Chief Financial Officer: Mr Vincent Pillay Communications Officer: Mr Keith Ngesi LED Officer: Noludwe Ncokazi Other Senior Management: Ncumisa Sidukwana (HOD: Executive Support Services), Nonceba Mbali-Majeng (HOD: Spatial Development Planning), Bob Naidoo (HOD: Corporate Services), Vuyani Lwana (Acting HOD: Health and Public Safety), Sandile Booi (Acting HOD: Chief Operating Officer), Luyanda Mbula (Acting HOD: Infrastructure Services), Neo Meorane (Acting HOD: Municipal Services), Noludwe Ncokazi (Acting HOD: LED)

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

Vacant Managerial Positions

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Water

Electricity

<200m from Yard

48 1 281 665

2015/16

2014/15

118 000

117 951

104 000

102 959

>200m from Yard

2 000

2 658

Households - Free Basic Service

83 714

58 797

148 065

148 065

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

Sewerage

68 1 406 576

Ventilated Pit Latrine Other Households - Free Basic Service

83 714

76 891

156 973

119 428

5 437

5 437

31 229

56 739

28 113

29 571

83 714

58 797

NELSON MANDELA BAY METROPOLITAN MUNICIPALITY (NMA) CONTACT DETAILS

OVERVIEW

POSTAL: PO Box 116, Port Elizabeth, 6000 PHYSICAL: City Hall, Vuyisile Mini Square, Govan Mbeki Avenue,

Description: The Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan Municipality is a

Nelson Mandela Bay TEL: 041 506 1911 FAX: 041 506 2422 WEB: www.nelsonmandelabay.gov.za

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Category A municipality, established on 5 December 2000. Nelson Mandela Bay was the first city in South Africa to establish a fully integrated democratic local authority and the only city in the world named after Nelson Mandela, who was born and spent his formative years in the Eastern Cape.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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NELSON MANDELA BAY Motherwell Uitenhage

Despatch KwaNobuhle Swartkops Bethelsdorp

Port Elizabeth

Summerstrand

Clarendon Marine

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 1 263 051 No Schooling: 2.6% Households: 368 520

EASTERN CAPE

Nelson Mandela Bay is a major seaport and automotive manufacturing centre located on the south-eastern coast of Africa. It is the economic powerhouse of the Eastern Cape Province and one of eight metropolitan areas in South Africa. Its boundaries are formed by Cassie Mountain View in the north, Cape Recife in the south, Sundays River Mouth in the east, and Van Stadens River Mouth in the west. The city is a holiday hot spot for both national and international tourists. The predominant languages spoken are English, Afrikaans and isiXhosa. Area: 1 957km2 Cities/Towns: Bethelsdorp, Bloemendal, Blue Horizon Bay, Clarendon Marine, Despatch, KwaNobuhle, Motherwell, Port Elizabeth, Summerstrand, Swartkops, Uitenhage, Main Economic Sectors: Manufacturing (25%), community services (23%), finance (23%), trade (13%), transport (13%)

Population Growth: 2.09% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 46.0% Formal Dwellings: 92.5% FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Qualified audit

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT AUDIT OUTCOME

Composition of Council: DA 57, ANC 50, EFF 6, UDM 2, ACDP 1, AIC 1, COPE 1, PA 1, UFEC 1 Controlling Party: DA/UDM/COPE/ACDP Coalition Mayor: Mr Athol Trollip (Executive Mayor) Other Members of Council: Jonathan Lawack (Speaker), Werner Senekal (Chief Whip), Retief Odendaal (Budget and Treasury), John Best (Safety and Security), Siyasanga Sijadu (Youth, Sport and Culture), Rano Kayser (Roads and Transport), Dean Biddulph (Corporate Services), Annette Lovemore (Infrastructure and Engineering, Electricity and Energy), Nqaba Bhanga (Human Settlements), Andrew Whitfield (Economic Development, Tourism and Agriculture), Lance Grootboom (Municipal Public Accounts Committee), Shirley Sauls (Constituency Services), Marlon Daniels (Health) Municipal Manager: Mr Johan Mettler Chief Financial Officer: Mr Trevor Harper Communications Officer: Mr Mzobanzi Jikazana LED Officer: Mr Anele Qaba Other Senior Management: Kristoff Adelbert (Chief of Staff), Mzwake Clay (Chief Operating Officer), Vuyo Zitumane (Acting Executive Director: Corporate Services), Luthando Mabhoza (Acting Executive Director: Human Settlements), Dr Walter Shaidi (Executive Director: Infrastructure and Engineering), Andile Tolom (Executive Director: Public Health), Peter Neilson (Acting Executive Director: Electricity and Energy), Shane Brown (Acting Executive Director: Safety and Security), Noxolo Nqwazi (Executive Director: Sports, Recreation, Arts and Culture)

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

9 844 905

9 559 379

8 978 708

Total Expenditure

8 216 959

9 292 077

8 776 204

Surplus/(Deficit)

552 828

783 176

761 749

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

1 421 512

1 351 900

1 451 441

Total Current Assets

3 796 035

3 488 660

3 243 908

Total Current Liabilities

2 327 434

2 263 028

2 172 775

Community Wealth/Equity

13 318 766 12 730 034

11 946 859

1 506 676

1 892 577

1 400 638

1 571 497

1 612 505

1 445 839

n/a

1 344 440

1 805 327

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE SERVICE DELIVERY* Water

Electricity

Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

2015/16

2014/15

6 722

8 169

3

1 613

57

58

3

2

2 404 951

2 221 888

2014/15

327 312

299 416

<200m from Yard

24 204

24 876

Households - Free Basic Service

69 954

76 272

Total Customer Entities Served

314 398

314 398

Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

Sewerage EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

Inside Yard

Ventilated Pit Latrine Bucket System Households - Free Basic Service

69 954

67 174

308 855

280 036

2 140

2 140

0

17 240

16 317

24 876

69 954

76 371

ALFRED NZO DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC44) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X511, eMaxesibeni, 4735 PHYSICAL: Erf 1400, Ntsizwa Street, eMaxesibeni TEL: 039 254 5000 FAX: 039 254 0343 EMAIL: customercare@andm.gov.za WEB: www.andm.gov.za

Matatiele

MATATIELE Cedarville

OVERVIEW Description: The Alfred Nzo District Municipality is a Category C municipality located in the north-eastern corner of the Eastern Cape Province. It stretches from the Drakensberg Mountains, bordering Harry Gwala District Municipality to the north, OR Tambo District Municipality in the south and east, and Lesotho in the west. Alfred Nzo is the smallest district in the province, covering only 6% of the geographical area. The municipality is comprised of the Matatiele, Ntabankulu, Mbizana and Umzimvubu Local Municipalities.

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

UMZIMVUBU KwaBhaca

eMaxesibeni Bizana Tabankulu

MBIZANA NTABANKULU

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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Area: 10 731km2 Main Economic Sectors: Community services (28%), wholesale/

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

trade (15%), agriculture (12%), manufacturing (10%), transport (6.4%), construction (6%)

AUDIT OUTCOME

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 867 864 No Schooling: 9.1% Households: 195 975

Population Growth: 1.81% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 22.0% Formal Dwellings: 42.6%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 13, AIC 1, DA 1, EFF 1 (40% PR Seats) Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Sixolile Mehlomakhulu (Executive Mayor) Other Members of Council: Sandile Sello (Deputy Executive Mayor and Community Development Services), Tsileng Sobuthongo (Speaker), Nozipho Tobo (Chief Whip), N Msokana (MMC: Corporate Services), N Nqoko (MMC: LED and Planning), J Magangana (MMC: Special Programmes Unit), P Mankahla (MMC: Sports, Art and Recreation), S Kulu (MMC: Communications and IGR), N Nkula (MMC: BTO and D18) Municipal Manager: Mr Z Sikhundla Chief Financial Officer: Mr Paul Mahlasela (Acting) Communications Officer: Ndabuko Masumpa LED Officer: Ms M Bambeni (Senior Manager: Planning and Economic Development) Other Senior Management: Mr X Masiza (Senior Manager: Infrastructure Development and Municipal Services), Ms N Ngxenge (Community Development Services), Ms M Matubatuba (Acting Senior Manager: Corporate Services)

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Qualified audit

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

R’000

R’000

R’000

992 836 661 814 331 022 3 176 316

945 200 555 416 389 785 524 989

869 223 531 198 338 025 508 010

67 346 181 194 3 055 833

80 143 172 760 2 743 113

80 143 172 760 2 743 113

1 604 112 1 221 432 n/a

1 481 911 1 094 964 531 401

1 302 681 2 017 892 258 770

2015/16

2014/15

717 340 60 8 207 161

728 199 52 7 198 228

2015/16

2014/15

9 004 72 009 0 75 182 8 709 2 532 119 607 78 923

8 043 60 324 6 815 75 182 7 612 2 532 115 320 78 923

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY*

Water

Sewerage

Inside Yard <200m from Yard >200m from Yard Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Flush Toilet - Septic Tank Ventilated Pit Latrine Households - Free Basic Service

MATATIELE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (EC441) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 35, Matatiele, 4730 PHYSICAL: 102 Main Street, Matatiele TEL: 039 737 8100 FAX: 039 737 3611 WEB: www.matatiele.gov.za

finance, agriculture

OVERVIEW

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Description: The Matatiele Local Municipality is a Category B

Population: 219 447 No Schooling: 6.3% Households: 56 868

municipality located within the Alfred Nzo District in the northern part of the Eastern Cape Province. It adjoins Lesotho to the north, Elundini to the south-west, and Greater Kokstad to the east. It is the largest of four municipalities in the district, making up almost half of its geographical area. The Matatiele municipal area is composed of the commercial farmlands surrounding the service centre of Matatiele, the town of Cedarville and the R293 township of Maluti. The municipality is predominantly rural in nature. Matatiele Town serves as a service centre and/or the main economic hub for Matatiele Municipality and beyond, and is identified in the District Municipality SDF as a primary node. The settlement pattern is characterised by dispersed rural settlements surrounded by subsistence farmlands in the former Transkei region. The R56 road is a major arterial and trade route running through the municipality in an east-west direction, linking Matatiele with Kokstad to the east and Mount Fletcher to the west. It links the municipality with KwaZulu-Natal and parts of the Eastern Cape located south of Matatiele Municipality. The western parts of the area (commercial agricultural farms) form part of the high production potential land stretching from Matatiele and Kokstad in the south through the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands to the north-western parts of KwaZulu-Natal. The area is located at the foothills of the Drakensberg Mountains. It adjoins the World Heritage Site along its western boundary and was included in the Maloti-Drakensberg Transfrontier Conservation and Development Project (MDTP). The latter was a collaborative initiative between South Africa and the Kingdom of Lesotho to protect the exceptional biodiversity of the Drakensberg and Maloti Mountains through conservation, sustainable resource use, and land-use and development planning.

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Area: 4 352km2 Cities/Towns: Cedarville, Matatiele Main Economic Sectors: Community services (66.4%), trade (8.9%),

Population Growth: 1.68% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 24.3% Formal Dwellings: 47.3%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 38, DA 5, AIC 4, EFF 3, UDM 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Momelezi Mbedla Other Members of Council: Nomasomi Mshuqwana (Speaker), Sonwabile Mngenela (Chief Whip), Thembeka Dyantyi (Portfolio Head: Corporate Services), Nonwakazi Ngwanya (Portfolio Head: Budget and Treasury), Sicelo Class Maphasa (Portfolio Head: Community Services), Shumikazi M J Mzozoyana (Portfolio Head: Communications and SPU), Matshepo Setenane (Portfolio Head: Infrastructure Services), Nomonde Nkukhu (Portfolio Head: Economic Development and Planning), Mzwamadoda S Booi (Exco Member), Wele C Mdolomba (Exco Member), Kenneth Charles Biggs (Exco Member) Municipal Manager: Dr D C T Nakin Chief Financial Officer: Mr Lihle Ndzelu Communications Officer: Ms Olwethu Gwanya LED Officer: Mr Vuyo Ndaba Other Senior Management: Mr Monwabisi Somi (General Manager: Infrastructure Services), Mr Thamsanqa Somtseu (General Manager: Corporate Services), Mr Thobile Mfene (Acting General Manager: Economic Development and Planning), Mr Siyabulela Mbedla (General Manager: Community Services)

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2014/15

Unaudited Clean audit Clean audit

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

EASTERN CAPE

2015/16

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

22

Managerial Positions

26

26

R’000

Total Revenue

420 775

360 599

299 095

Vacant Managerial Positions

Total Expenditure

274 028

260 831

237 930

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

146 747

99 769

61 165

140 973

101 503

104 248

Total Current Assets

128 609

92 612

70 625

33 014

35 273

35 681

884 004

737 211

637 497

Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

285

13

R’000

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

2014/15

251

Vacant Positions

R’000

Surplus/(Deficit)

2015/16

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

6

1

97 551

91 815

2015/16

2014/15

Total Customer Entities Served

31 084

31 084

Households - Free Basic Service

4 323

4 315

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

157 877

119 092

77 163

206 288

48 411

30 487

n/a

5

3 285

UIFW EXPENDITURE

MBIZANA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (EC443) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 12, Bizana, 4800 PHYSICAL: 51 Main Street, Bizana TEL: 039 251 0230 FAX: 039 251 0917 WEB: www.mbizana.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Mbizana Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Alfred Nzo District in the Eastern Cape Province. It is one of four municipalities in the district. It is located on the R61 road connecting the KwaZulu-Natal South Coastal Boundary to the N2 highway. A female-dominated society, the municipality makes efforts to integrate and incorporate women in key decision-making roles within the institution to reflect this demographic. The majority of households in Mbizana are of a rural nature. This results in natural resources providing a strong base for basic survival as those living in rural areas turn to subsistence farming for their livelihoods. Mbizana prides itself on a cultural diversity that includes a variety of tribes such as the Xhosas, Mpondos, Sothos and Ngunis. However, the population is dominated by the Mpondo tribe, which has its own unique dialect, isiMpondo, a soft mixture of isiXhosa and isiZulu. The municipality stretches between the Umtamvuna and Mtentu Rivers, with pristine beaches and scenic estuaries. This coastline is part of the famous Wild Coast and Pondoland centre, which boasts valuable flora and fauna found nowhere else in the world. It is also home to one of the greatest sons of Africa, Oliver Reginald Tambo, who was a revolutionary leader and the longest-serving ANC president. Area: 2 415km2 Cities/Towns: Bizana Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, forestry

Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Daniswa Mafumbatha Other Members of Council: Simphiwe Magini (Speaker), Makhosandile Mpetshwa (Chief Whip)

Municipal Manager: Mr Luvuyo Mahlaka Chief Financial Officer: Mr B Fikeni Communications Officer: Mr T S Cwibi Other Senior Management: Mr M I Mpepeto (Engineering Services), Miss N Mafumbatha (Development Planning), Ms N Mbonani (Corporate Services), Mr M Khuzwayo (Community Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Unaudited unqualified

Qualified audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

345 622

312 015

266 772

Total Expenditure

278 704

337 088

211 892

66 918

(25 073)

54 880

117 250

99 518

158 651

Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

71 217

142 054

121 131

28 083

68 540

64 194

657 201

635 015

660 088

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

110 669

79 197

108 357

Cash at Year End

65 333

96 914

85 835

n/a

116 781

4 869

2015/16

2014/15

249

273

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions

51

0

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Managerial Positions

25

23

Population: 319 948 No Schooling: 12.4% Households: 61 383

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

Population Growth: 2.88% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 21.4% Formal Dwellings: 40.5%

Vacant Managerial Positions

SERVICE DELIVERY*

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 49, EFF 4, ACU 3, DA 2, AIC 1,

Electricity

2

0

90 746

77 529

2015/16

2014/15

Total Customer Entities Served

9 195

9 105

Households - Free Basic Service

1 670

1 613

APC 1, UDM 1

NTABANKULU LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (EC444) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 234, Tabankulu, 5130 PHYSICAL: 85 Main Street, Tabankulu TEL: 039 258 0056 FAX: 039 258 0173 WEB: www.ntabankulu.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Ntabankulu Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Alfred Nzo District in the Eastern

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Cape Province. It is the smallest of the four local municipalities in the district, accounting for 13% of its geographical area. It was formerly part of the OR Tambo District Municipality, but was transferred to the Alfred Nzo District Municipality after the 2011 municipal election. Ntabankulu is an isiXhosa name meaning ‘great or big mountain’, which reflects the mountainous nature of the municipal area. Area: 1 385km2 Cities/Towns: Tabankulu

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Qualified audit

AUDIT OUTCOME

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 128 848 No Schooling: 14.4% Households: 26 195

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Population Growth: 0.90% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 18.1% Formal Dwellings: 32.3%

Total Revenue

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

R’000

R’000

R’000

242 545

208 198

149 619 113 545

Total Expenditure

122 393

169 664

Surplus/(Deficit)

120 152

38 534

36 074

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

120 152

90 515

86 809 20 490

Composition of Council: ANC 29, DA 2, EFF 2, AIC 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Vusumzi Mgoduka Other Members of Council: Vuyokazi Matwasa (Speaker),

Total Current Assets

108 976

21 999

Total Current Liabilities

219 966

43 128

8 632

Community Wealth/Equity

221 782

293 366

220 660

Sesulo Sophaqa (Chief Whip)

CASH FLOWS 50 702

Municipal Manager: Miss S Mankahla EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

Operating Cash Flow

2015/16

2014/15

151

161

Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

0

7

24

21

53 577

48 594

Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

120 152

102 683

240 689

9 244

2 626

n/a

217 509

144 860

2015/16

2014/15

5 093

5 093

1 723

427

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

EASTERN CAPE

Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, sand and quarry mining, forestry, tourism

UMZIMVUBU LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (EC442) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X9020, KwaBhaca, 5090 PHYSICAL: 813 Main Street, KwaBhaca TEL: 039 255 8500 FAX: 039 255 0167 EMAIL: enquiries@umzimvubu.gov.za WEB: www.umzimvubu.gov.za

OVERVIEW

Chief Financial Officer: Mrs Xoliswa Venn Communications Officer: Mrs Nokhanyo Zembe LED Officer: Ms Lumka Batyi Other Senior Management: Mr Sandi Ntonga (Infrastructure and Planning Manager), Mrs Novuko Kubone (Corporate Services Manager), Mr Mzobanzi Sineke (Citizen and Community Services Manager)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Description: The Umzimvubu Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Alfred Nzo District in the north-western part of the Eastern Cape Province. It adjoins KwaZulu-Natal to the north, the OR Tambo District Municipality to the south and east, and Matatiele to the west. It is one of four municipalities in the district. The municipality is predominantly rural and the majority of the population reside in rural areas. The majority of land is covered by dispersed low-density traditional settlements, with the exception of some areas around the two urban centres. There has been a significant migration towards the towns over the years, which is attributable to a preference by residents to live close to transport routes and urban centres. Area: 2 579km2 Cities/Towns: eMaxesibeni (Mount Ayliff), KwaBhaca (Mount Frere) Main Economic Sectors: Government services (42.6%), trade (17.7%), finance and business services (13.9%), manufacturing (12.2%), transport and communication (8.7%), construction (2.2%), agriculture (2.1%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 199 620 No Schooling: 4.4% Households: 51 530

Population Growth: 0.91% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 22.8% Formal Dwellings: 45.2%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 41, DA 4, EFF 3, UDM 3, AIC 2 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Bulelwa Mabengu Other Members of Council: Sobane Mnukwa (Speaker), Ndanele Mdzinwa (Chief Whip) Municipal Manager: Mr Tobela Nota

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Unaudited Clean audit unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

304 175

286 434

236 600

Total Expenditure

231 936

190 063

205 933

Surplus/(Deficit)

72 239

96 371

30 667

130 734

84 354

84 593

Total Current Assets

63 999

63 998

44 890

Total Current Liabilities

16 629

16 629

43 267

527 007

527 602

430 739

119 820

132 039

90 264

42 901

46 220

25 251

n/a

226

-

2015/16

2014/15

334

336

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

5

9

28

28

1

2

70 749

65 235

2015/16

2014/15

28 000

28 000

6 187

2 065

AMATHOLE DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC12) CONTACT DETAILS

OVERVIEW

POSTAL: PO Box 320, East London, 5200 PHYSICAL: 3-33 Phillip Frame Road, Chiselhurst, Cambridge,

Description: The Amathole District Municipality is a Category C

East London, 5247 TEL: 043 701 4000 FAX: 043 721 2874 WEB: www.amathole.gov.za

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

municipality situated in the central part of the Eastern Cape. It stretches along the Sunshine Coast from the Fish River Mouth and along the Eastern Seaboard to just south of Hole in the Wall along the Wild Coast. It is bordered to the north by the Amathole Mountain Range.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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EASTERN CAPE

The municipality is comprised of six local municipalities: Mbhashe, Mnquma, Great Kei, Amahlathi, Ngqushwa and Raymond Mhlaba. Four heritage routes have been developed that are named after Xhosa kings and heroes. They are the Maqoma Route, the Makana Route, the Sandile Route and the Phalo Route. These intertwine with the other tourism routes located within the district, namely the Sunshine Coast Route, the Wild Coast Route, the Amathole Mountain Escape Route and the Friendly N6 Route. Area: 21 117km2 Main Economic Sectors: Community services (44%), finance (19%), manufacturing (14%), trade (13%), transport (4%), agriculture (3%), construction (2%)

Dutywa

MBHASHE RAYMOND MHLABA !

Bedford

Blinkwater

Stutterheim Komga Keiskammahoek Kei Road GREAT KEI

Adelaide Fort Beaufort Fort Hare

!

Bell Hamburg

NGQUSHWA

Population Growth: 0.65% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 24.7% Formal Dwellings: 55.9%

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

2016/17

AUDIT OUTCOME

Composition of Council: ANC 14, UDM 2, AIC 1, DA 1, EFF 1

Unaudited

(40% PR Seats)

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Nomfusi Winnie Nxawe Other Members of Council: Nceba Ndikinda (Speaker), Solomzi

Surplus/(Deficit)

1 602

1 668

Vacant Positions

57

231

Managerial Positions

87

87

Total Employment Positions

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

6

0

636 658

583 005

Financially Financially unqualified unqualified

R’000

R’000

1 698 687

1 931 764

1 460 854

1 407 673

1 698 928

54 447

291 014

232 837

n/a

514 384

726 134

Total Current Assets

301 280

393 763

589 282

Total Current Liabilities

435 965

464 101

570 147

4 403 794

4 394 698

4 087 782

300 878

452 563

140 079

167 557

131 365

205 046

n/a

297 706

291 162

2015/16

2014/15

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Water

<200m from Yard >200m from Yard Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

2014/15

2014/15

R’000

Total Expenditure

2015/16

2015/16

1 515 301

Total Revenue

Ndwayana (Chief Whip), Nonceba Mfecane (MPAC Chairperson), Sithembele Zuka (Portfolio: Economic Development), Laverne Jacobs (Engineering), Nondumiso Mgidlana (Corporate Services), Baba Mntuwoxolo Ganjana (Land and Human Settlement), Ngenisile Tekile (Health and Protection), Nomabhele Plaatjie (Community Safety), Mxolisi Namba (Strategic Planning and IDP), Nomvuyiseko Bonga (Community Liaison and Participation) Municipal Manager: Mr Thandekile Mnyimba Communications Officer: Siyabulela Makunga LED Officer: Ms Ayanda Tyali Other Senior Management: Ms Yoliswa Mniki (Director: Community Services), Mr Lulama Taleni (Director: Corporate Services), Mr Mpumelelo Shezi (Director: Engineering Services), Mr Ralph Links (Director: Strategic Management and Planning Management), Ms Linda Simanga (Director: Legislative Support and Executive Services), Mr Mpumelelo Gaba (Director: Land, Human Settlements and Economic Development)

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

Kentani

Peddie

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 880 790 No Schooling: 10.2% Households: 213 763

Butterworth

AMAHLATHI Seymour

Willowvale

MNQUMA

Cathcart

Sewerage

Ventilated Pit Latrine Other Households - Free Basic Service

33 951

33 824

191 322

122 120

21 391

90 720

200 224

187 209

23 882

23 882

130 388

93 573

624

0

145 270

3 018

AMAHLATHI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (EC124) CONTACT DETAILS

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

POSTAL: Private Bag X4002, Stutterheim, 4930 PHYSICAL: Cnr Maclean & Hill Streets, Stutterheim TEL: 043 683 5000 FAX: 043 683 2970 EMAIL: info@amahlathi.gov.za WEB: www.amahlathi.gov.za

Population: 101 826 No Schooling: 5.4% Households: 24 577

OVERVIEW Description: The Amahlathi Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated in the Amathole District of the Eastern Cape Province. It is bordered by the Chris Hani District to the north, Buffalo City Metro to the south, Mnquma and Great Kei to the east, and Raymond Mhlaba to the west. It is an administrative area, and one of six municipalities in the district. Amahlati is an isiXhosa name that means ‘a place where many trees are grouped together, a forest’. Forests are a key feature of the area. Area: 4 505km2 Cities/Towns: Cathcart, Kei Road, Keiskammahoek, Stutterheim Main Economic Sectors: Community services (37%), finance (27%), manufacturing (18%), trade (10%), agriculture (4%), construction (2%), transport (2%)

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Population Growth: 0.18% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 25.0% Formal Dwellings: 53.1%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 24, DA 3, EFF 3 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Pateka Qaba Other Members of Council: Nokuzola Mlahleki (Speaker), Xanti Mngxaso (Chief Whip), Nicholas Monti (Portfolio Head: Engineering Services), Nomakosazana Nongqayi (Portfolio Head: Budget and Treasury Office), Neliswa Busika (Portfolio Head: Corporate Services), Thamsanqa Balindlela (Portfolio Head: Community Services), Xanti Mngxaso (Portfolio Head: Development and Planning), Neliswa Busika (Portfolio Head: Strategic Management Services) Municipal Manager: Mrs Ivy Sikhulu-Nqwena Chief Financial Officer: Mr Ntabethemba Nokwe (Acting) Communications Officer: Ms Anathi Nyoka LED Officer: Mr Loyiso Simon

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

341

386

5

3

23

23

3

3

89 342

76 274

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

214 452

241 519

196 109

Total Expenditure

299 959

239 017

221 194

Surplus/(Deficit)

(85 508)

2 501

(25 085)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

39 868

53 819

35 594

Total Current Assets

93 742

123 534

146 127

Total Current Liabilities

42 281

44 833

56 690

439 465

524 958

522 457

Total Revenue

2014/15

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

AUDIT OUTCOME

2015/16

Vacant Positions Managerial Positions

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS

2015/16

2014/15

Operating Cash Flow

90 835

44 430

45 984

Total Customer Entities Served

29 505

29 505

Cash at Year End

133 299

105 825

129 028

Households - Free Basic Service

19 418

14 658

UIFW EXPENDITURE

n/a

60 410

64 961

EASTERN CAPE

Other Senior Management: Mr Sandile Vara (Director: Community and Protection Services), Mrs Nomabali Tom (Acting Director: Corporate Services), Mr Buntu Ondala (Director: Development and Planning), Mrs Tembela Bacela (Director: Strategic Management Services), Mr Sikhumbuzo Yoko (Acting Director: Engineering Services)

GREAT KEI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (EC123) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X2, Komga, 4950 PHYSICAL: 17 Main Street, Komga, 4950 TEL: 043 831 5700 FAX: 043 831 1306 EMAIL: info@greatkeilm.gov.za WEB: www.greatkeilm.gov.za

OVERVIEW

Municipal Manager: Mr M Mtalo (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Ms N Sana (Acting) Communications Officer: Mrs A Shumane-Cakata LED Officer: Mr L Mkhonjiswa (Acting) Other Senior Management: Mr M Mtalo (Director: Strategic Management), Mr J Gomomo (Director: Corporate Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Description: The Great Kei Local Municipality is a Category B municipality located within the Amathole District in the Eastern Cape Province amidst the three former industrial towns of Butterworth, King William’s Town and East London. It is bounded by Stutterheim in the north, the Wild Coast in the south-east, the Great Kei River in the east, and Buffalo City in the west. It is the smallest of the six municipalities in the district. Regional access is obtained through the district via the N2 National Route from East London to Butterworth. It is mainly a tourist destination, though the film industry has also shown keen interest in the area. It is also historically famous for its agricultural sector and cultural heritage. Area: 1 700km2 Cities/Towns: Amatola Coastal, Kei Mouth, Komga, Morgan Bay Main Economic Sectors: Community services, agriculture

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 31 692 No Schooling: 7.6% Households: 8 774

Population Growth: 0.63% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 23.5% Formal Dwellings: 66.6%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 9, DA 2, EFF 1, INDEPENDENT 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Loyiso Tshetsha Other Members of Council: Loyiso Tshetsha (Mayor and Speaker), Luleka Ndabambi (Chief Whip), N Kansthashe (Municipal Transformation and Institutional Development Committee), W Ndoro (MPAC), N Mevana (Financial Viability and Sustainability Committee), T Gqomoroshe (Service Delivery and Infrastructure Development Committee), L Mhlontlo (Local Economic Development Committee), N Mgema (Good Governance and Public Participation Committee)

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Unaudited unqualified

Qualified audit

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

108 493

113 773

92 214

Total Expenditure

153 594

109 537

122 519

Surplus/(Deficit)

(45 101)

4 236

(30 306)

13 818

34 372

16 730

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets

R’000

19 078

13 583

30 775

43 320

26 319

43 925

297 293

343 357

339 121

Operating Cash Flow

11 153

11 199

37 025

Cash at Year End

(261)

2 156

21 005

n/a

11 441

28 438

2015/16

2014/15

144

165

5

24

18

19

Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

5

9

46 563

35 476

2015/16

2014/15

Total Customer Entities Served

3 994

3 496

Households - Free Basic Service

3 055

2 332

MBHASHE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (EC121) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 25, Dutywa, 5000 PHYSICAL: 454 Streatfield Road, Dutywa TEL: 047 489 5800 FAX: 047 489 5800 WEB: www.mbhashemun.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Mbhashe Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Amathole District in the south-east of the Eastern Cape Province. It is bound by the coastline, flowing from

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

the Mncwasa River in the north to the Qhora River in the south along the Indian Ocean. It borders the following municipalities: King Sabata Dalindyebo in the north-east, Mnquma in the south, Ntsika Yethu in the south-west, and Ngcobo in the west. It is one of six municipalities in the district. The municipality earned its name from the beautiful river called Mbhashe, which flows through Dutywa (previously Idutywa), Willowvale and Elliotdale. Area: 3 303km2 Cities/Towns: Dutywa, Elliotdale, Willowvale

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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Main Economic Sectors: General government, wholesale and retail trade, community, social and personal services

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

EASTERN CAPE

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Financially unqualified

Qualified audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

333 874

317 379

245 636

Total Expenditure

330 513

331 184

207 053

3 361

(13 806)

38 583

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

118 021

121 257

85 154

INDEPENDENT 2, COPE 1

Total Current Assets

28 544

85 586

158 849

Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Samkelo Nicholas Janda Other Members of Council: Babalwa Majavu (Speaker), Mandla

Total Current Liabilities

48 572

45 226

41 355

575 966

589 654

610 685

544 220

33 880

94 548

712 964

66 371

145 034

n/a

261 891

24 061

2015/16

2014/15

40 455

40 101

2 864

4 119

Population: 277 250 No Schooling: 15.6% Households: 58 727

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2016/17

Population Growth: 1.31% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 18.2% Formal Dwellings: 41.1%

Surplus/(Deficit)

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 47, UDM 9, DA 2, EFF 2,

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS

Sibingibingi (Chief Whip) Municipal Manager: Mr Slulami Poswa

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

2015/16

2014/15

229

245

Vacant Positions

Total Employment Positions

26

84

Managerial Positions

16

14

1

4

103 475

65 132

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

UIFW EXPENDITURE SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

MNQUMA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (EC122) CONTACT DETAILS

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

POSTAL: PO Box 36, Butterworth, 4960 PHYSICAL: Cnr King & Mthatha Streets, Butterworth TEL: 047 401 2400 FAX: 047 491 0195 WEB: www.mnquma.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Mnquma Local Municipality is a Category B municipality located in the south-eastern part of the Eastern Cape Province. It falls under the jurisdiction of the Amathole District Municipality and comprises an amalgamation of the former Butterworth, Ngqamakhwe and Centane Transitional Regional Councils. The municipality shares borders with three other local municipalities, the Chris Hani District and the Indian Ocean. It is one of six municipalities in the Amathole District. Area: 3 137km2 Cities/Towns: Butterworth, Kentani, Ngqamakhwe Main Economic Sectors: Community (government) services (41%), wholesale and retail trade (18.5%), manufacturing (15.5%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 246 813 No Schooling: 12.5% Households: 63 514

Population Growth: 0.12% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 25.4% Formal Dwellings: 52.7%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 48, UDM 5, DA 3, EFF 3, AIC 1, COPE 1, PAC 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Thobeka Bikitsha Other Members of Council: Zibuthe Magnet Mnqwazi (Speaker),

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Unaudited unqualified

Qualified audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

334 930

371 912

340 154

Total Expenditure

338 561

375 176

374 086

Surplus/(Deficit)

(3 632)

(3 264)

(33 932)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

64 132

80 896

88 743

Total Current Assets

64 759

46 097

78 482

85 371

50 620

67 464

831 683

843 031

847 443 66 526

Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

(11 527)

27 098

Cash at Year End

(11 289)

22 043

61 179

n/a

126 707

194 371

2015/16

2014/15

552

636

0

104

39

41

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions

0

6

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

187 002

153 008

SERVICE DELIVERY*

2015/16

2014/15

45 249

45 249

6 544

6 768

Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

Zakhele Mkiva (Chief Whip)

Municipal Manager: Themba Hani (Acting)

NGQUSHWA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (EC126) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 539, Peddie, 5640 PHYSICAL: Erf 313, Main Road, Peddie TEL: 040 673 3095 FAX: 040 673 3771 EMAIL: registry@ngqushwamun.gov.za WEB: www.ngqushwamun.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Ngqushwa Local Municipality is a Category B municipality. It is one of the six municipalities within the jurisdiction

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

of the Amathole District Municipality, situated within the Eastern Cape Province. It is bordered by the Keiskamma River to the east and the Great Fish River to the west. The southern boundary comprises part of the coastline of the Indian Ocean. Ngqushwa is one of the smaller municipalities in the district, accounting for 10% of its geographical area. It is predominantly rural in nature. Area: 2 115km2 Cities/Towns: Hamburg, Peddie Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, tourism

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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Population: 63 694 No Schooling: 7.8% Households: 17 149

Population Growth: -0.55% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 26.7% Formal Dwellings: 72.9%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 20, EFF 2, DA 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Mnikelo Tempile Siwisa Other Members of Council: Mrs Nombuyiselo Ethelina Magingxa (Speaker), Mr Fumanekile Phumaphi (Chief Whip), Mrs Zuziwe Regina Nduneni (Portfolio Head: Community Services), Mr Libele Kolisi (Portfolio Head: Infrastructure and Technical Services), Mr Fumanekile Phumaphi (Portfolio Head: Budget and Treasury), Mr Sanga Siyabulela Maneli (Portfolio Head: Corporate Services), Mr Nzuzo Mquqo (MPAC Chairperson) Municipal Manager: Ms M P Mpahlwa Chief Financial Officer: Mr Velile Castro Makedama Communications Officer: Ms Ncumisa Cakwe LED Officer: Ms Johanne Ngwanduli Other Senior Management: Mr V Mbangi (Acting Director: Community Services), Mr M Mxekezo (Acting Director: Corporate Services), Mr Luzuko Govu (Director: Technical Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Qualified audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

140 210

137 685

124 295 106 089

Total Expenditure

143 975

120 728

Surplus/(Deficit)

(3 766)

16 957

18 206

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

22 388

37 501

26 667

Total Current Assets

38 409

34 393

21 219

33 741

32 813

27 077

196 149

193 645

174 063

28 447

26 114

19 584

1 266

1 201

164

n/a

63 392

51 059

Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

2014/15

Total Employment Positions

174

156

Vacant Positions

26

19

Managerial Positions

27

27

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

3

5

55 555

50 654

2015/16

2014/15

Total Customer Entities Served

19 810

19 545

Households - Free Basic Service

4 090

3 787

EASTERN CAPE

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

RAYMOND MHLABA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (EC129) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 36, Fort Beaufort, 5720 PHYSICAL: 8 Somerset Road, Fort Beaufort TEL: 046 645 7400 FAX: 046 645 2562/1619 EMAIL: helpdesk@raymondmhlaba.gov.za WEB: www.raymondmhlaba.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Raymond Mhlaba Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated in the Winterland of the Eastern Cape under the jurisdiction of the Amathole District. It is approximately 200km from Port Elizabeth. It is the largest municipality of the six in the district, making up a third of its geographical area. Raymond Mhlaba was established by the amalgamation of the Nkonkobe and Nxuba Local Municipalities in August 2016. It is a countryside municipality that includes the imposing and majestic mountain range of the Winterberg (IiNtabazeNkonkobe). The rural hinterland forms part of the municipal area. Most of the farming activities take place in the rural areas, which consist of partlyowned farms, and this plays a major role in the economic growth of the area. Area: 6 357km2 Cities/Towns: Adelaide, Alice, Bedford, Fort Beaufort, Hogsback, Middeldrift, Seymore Main Economic Sectors: General government services; wholesale and retail trade; community, social and personal services; finance and insurance; business services; construction; manufacturing

Leonora Bruintjies (Exco: Corporate Services), Nomonde Geza (Exco: Engineering), Portia Sabane (Exco: LED and Strategic Planning), Pasika Jack (Exco: Community Services), Sinovuyo Kley (Exco: Sport, Arts and Culture), Ernst Lombard (Exco), Siphiwo Mavuso (Exco) Municipal Manager: Ms Unathi Malinzi Chief Financial Officer: Ms Busisiwe Lubelwana Communications Officer: Ms Cynthia Mokitimi (Acting Manager: Communications) LED Officer: Lusanda Menze (Senior Manager: Strategic Planning and LED) Other Senior Management: Mpilonde Njokweni (Acting Senior Manager: Corporate Services), Wandile Mayeza (Acting Senior Manager: Engineering Services), Ndodekhaya Makana (Acting Senior Manager: Community Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

388 692

Surplus/(Deficit)

(48 887)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities

CASH FLOWS

Population: 159 515 No Schooling: 3.9% Households: 41 022

Operating Cash Flow

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 38, DA 5, EFF 3 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Bandile Ketelo Other Members of Council: Anele Ntsangani (Speaker), Lindelwa Penisi (Chief Whip), Mandla Makeleni (Exco: Finance),

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

R’000

Total Expenditure

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population Growth: 1.19% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 31.9% Formal Dwellings: 74.5%

Unaudited

339 806

Community Wealth/Equity

2016/17

Cash at Year End

43 211 60 880 189 671 379 284 55 609 7 233

UIFW EXPENDITURE

n/a

Note: Raymond Mhlaba Local Municipality was established by the amalgamation of Nkonkobe Local Municipality and Nxuba Local Municipality on 3 August 2016. Financial, Employment and Service Delivery information for the new municipality is only available from the 2016/17 financial year. View historical information for Nkonkobe Local Municipality and Nxuba Local Municipality at municipalities.co.za.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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CHRIS HANI DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC13) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X7121, Komani, 5320 PHYSICAL: 15 Bells Road, Komani TEL: 045 808 4600 FAX: 045 838 1556 WEB: www.chrishanidm.gov.za

Sterkstroom Hofmeyr

INXUBA YETHEMBA

OVERVIEW Description: The Chris Hani District Municipality is a Category C municipality situated in the north-eastern part of the Eastern Cape, a linking node to all regions in the province. It is bordered by the Joe Gqabi District to the north, Cacadu and Amathole District to the south, OR Tambo District to the east, and Northern Cape to the west. Chris Hani is the second-largest district in the province, making up almost a third of its geographical area. The municipality comprises six local municipalities: Inxuba Yethemba, Enoch Mgijima, Intsika Yethu, Engcobo, Sakhisizwe and Emalahleni. The area, which is vastly agricultural, provides an ideal investment opportunity for agro-processing, and its proximity to the ports of East London and Port Elizabeth, with links to major routes like the N6 and N10, is an advantage. Area: 36 407km2 Main Economic Sectors: Community services (52%), trade (15%), finance (14%), transport (6%), agriculture (4%), manufacturing (4%), electricity (2%)

Khowa

Molteno Middelburg Rosmead

Dordrecht Indwe

SAKHISIZWE Cala

ENGCOBO

EMALAHLENI

ENOCH MGIJIMA Tarkastad

Cradock

Cacadu

Komani Whittlesea

INTSIKA YETHU Tsomo

Sada

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Qualified audit

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

1 618 594

1 655 349

1 838 438

Total Expenditure

1 065 246

940 854

1 421 966

Surplus/(Deficit)

677 741

233 384

773 192

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

689 127

622 119

632 552

Total Current Assets

575 170

598 303

820 337

Total Current Liabilities

311 807

232 603

231 583

4 568 272

4 153 358

3 920 122 589 290

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Community Wealth/Equity

Population: 840 055 No Schooling: 12.2% Households: 194 291

Operating Cash Flow

526 210

629 455

Cash at Year End

201 251

363 492

356 162

n/a

284 036

339 475

2015/16

2014/15

1 010

683

Population Growth: 0.93% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 26.5% Formal Dwellings: 56.3%

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 38, DA 2, EFF 1, AIC 1, UDM 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Kholiswa Vimbayo Other Members of Council: Mxolisi Koyo (Speaker), Bongiwe Van Heerden (Chief Whip), Nozibele Makanda (Portfolio Head: Finance), Siyabulela Zangqa (Portfolio Head: Infrastructure), Mtetunzima Jack (Portfolio Head: Corporate Services), Sibongile Mbotshane (Portfolio Head: Integrated Planning and Economic Development), Nonzukiso Matiwane (Portfolio Head: Special Programmes), Noncedo SeptemberCaba (Portfolio Head: Health and Community Services) Municipal Manager: Mr Moppo Mene Chief Financial Officer: Nomfundo Fetsha Communications Officer: Thobeka Mqamelo LED Officer: Mawethu Danyela Other Senior Management: Yolanda Dakuse (Director: Corporate Services), Bheki Mthembu (Acting Director: Integrated Planning and Economic Development), Yoliswa Sinyanya (Director: Community Services), Makhaya Dungu (Director: Engineering), Bheki Mthembu (Strategic Manager), Nkosini Andries Ncube (Senior Manager: Municipal Support)

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions

286

3

67

44

22

3

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

255 822

224 155

SERVICE DELIVERY*

2015/16

2014/15

Inside Yard

Water

79 510

73 432

107 988

109 094

Households - Free Basic Service

10 034

141 015

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

62 327

62 327

<200m from Yard

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

Sewerage

Ventilated Pit Latrine Bucket System

368

369

60 547

49 822

318

428

Other

20 788

20 788

Households - Free Basic Service

10 034

76 966

EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (EC136) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X1161, Cacadu, 5410 PHYSICAL: 37 Indwe Road, Cacadu TEL: 047 878 0020 FAX: 047 878 0112 WEB: www.emalahlenilm.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Emalahleni Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated in the north-eastern part of the Chris Hani District Municipality in the Eastern Cape. It is one of six municipalities in the district. The municipality was established during 2000 and comprises three rural towns, with more than 200 villages. Much of the municipal area

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

was formerly in the Transkei. The quality of life in the rural villages is generally poor, marked by poverty and lack of access to services and amenities. Unemployment is high, and most households rely on social grants and remittances from family members working elsewhere. Agriculture is limited to low-level subsistence farming, producing enough maize for personal use, traditional livestock farming and sorghum production, which is formalised and produced for the market. Wool production is one of the upcoming sources of income in the area for the emerging communal farmers. Area: 3 484km2 Cities/Towns: Cacadu (Lady Frere), Dordrecht, Indwe Main Economic Sectors: Government and services (55%)

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

EASTERN CAPE

Population: 124 532 No Schooling: 12.1% Households: 27 008

Population Growth: 0.70% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 19.0% Formal Dwellings: 38.1%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 28, DA 4, EFF 1, UDM 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Nomveliso Nyukwana Other Members of Council: Dumisa Kalolo (Speaker), Nolitha Lali (Chief Whip), Mcebisi Limba (Portfolio Head: Budget and Treasury Office), Ncedisa Mtyobile (Portfolio Head: Economic Development, Tourism and Agriculture), Nolitha Lali (Portfolio Head: Infrastructure Development and Human Settlement), Thandeka Kulashe (Corporate Services), Sibha Liwani (Portfolio Head: Community Services), Phikiswa Mapete (Chairperson: Municipal Public Accounts Committee) Municipal Manager: Dr Sitembele Wiseman Vatala Chief Financial Officer: Mr Gerald Dejager Communications Officer: Mr Luthando Nqumkana LED Officer: Nkululo Mntuyedwa Other Senior Management: Dabula Njilo (Director: Infrastructure Development and Human Settlement), Nkululo Mntuyedwa (Director: Economic Development, Tourism and Agriculture)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

188 787

206 876

170 634

Total Expenditure

187 324

203 614

184 143

1 463

3 261

(13 508)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

36 363

48 896

38 456

Total Current Assets

33 707

45 005

56 580

Total Current Liabilities

41 378

41 420

39 467

401 925

409 433

406 170

Operating Cash Flow

21 346

44 969

18 153

Cash at Year End

13 134

28 296

31 776

n/a

28 809

30 184

2015/16

2014/15

181

310

Vacant Positions

0

22

Managerial Positions

18

15

Vacant Managerial Positions

0

1

64 541

52 891

Surplus/(Deficit)

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

2015/16

2014/15

Total Customer Entities Served

19 765

19 765

Households - Free Basic Service

3 104

3 259

ENGCOBO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (EC137) CONTACT DETAILS

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

POSTAL: PO Box 24, Engcobo, 5050 PHYSICAL: 58 Union Street, Engcobo TEL: 047 548 5600 FAX: 047 548 1078 WEB: www.engcobolm.gov.za

Composition of Council: ANC 33, EFF 2, UDM 2, AIC 1, DA 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Lizeka Bonga-Tyali Other Members of Council: Wandisile Mafufu (Acting Speaker),

OVERVIEW

Municipal Manager: Mr Silinga (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Shawn Joordan (Acting) Communications Officer: Lusizo Ntshinka LED Officer: Morakane Musa Other Senior Management: Tabata Songca (Acting Corporate Services

Skosana Mbolo (Chief Whip)

Description: The Engcobo Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated in the Chris Hani District in the Eastern Cape Province. It is one of six municipalities in the district. The municipality claims the most youthful population, as well as the highest rates of poverty and unemployment, in the district, coupled with a high dependency ratio. A dedicated LED strategy has been developed in order to guide interventions in turning this situation around. The municipality’s low productivity score points to the low GDP per worker (formal and informal), a relative shortage of skills available to the economy, and low growth. On a broad scale, the Engcobo Municipality has some striking features: it is a peripheral area in terms of the national economy, is underdeveloped, has a fragmented settlement pattern, has a low-density rural settlement environment, and its resource base is under pressure. On the scale of urban development, Engcobo Town is classified as a Sub-District Development Node by CHDM (i.e. it is among a group of towns deemed to be on a second tier below the dominant district node of Komani). This means that Engcobo is understood to have an influence (reach or catchment population) beyond simply its local area and that it draws people to the town to access goods and services from a broader area. However, Engcobo may also currently be described as a lowdensity urban environment. In spite of its low density and intensity of development, Engcobo’s business centre is thriving, though it does not function optimally due to overcrowding and a lack of facilities serving both pedestrian and vehicular traffic. Business in the town is reliant on commuters (rural consumers) and there is no mass of resident consumers. Area: 2 484km2 Cities/Towns: Engcobo Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, forestry, trade, tourism

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 162 014 No Schooling: 21.0% Households: 33 156

Population Growth: 0.93% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 19.1% Formal Dwellings: 16.4%

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Manager), Cebo Obose (Technical Services Manager), Lungiswa GomanaKutwana (Community Services Manager)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited Clean audit

Financially unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

289 468

262 666

171 276

Total Expenditure

199 851

176 781

159 675

Surplus/(Deficit)

89 617

85 885

11 601

103 316

92 272

43 795

Total Current Assets

72 963

89 977

57 539

Total Current Liabilities

20 240

43 167

33 660

447 773

424 616

338 732

Total Revenue

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

95 638

81 318

42 717

23

79 323

51 040

n/a

4

7

2015/16

2014/15

170

209

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions

3

9

Managerial Positions

6

6

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

0

1

66 238

58 358

2015/16

2014/15

16 079

16 079

4 592

8 557

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: 70 Cathcart Road, Town Hall, Komani, 5320 PHYSICAL: 70 Cathcart Road, Town Hall, Komani TEL: 045 807 2606 FAX: 045 807 2637 EMAIL: administration@lukhanji.gov.za WEB: www.lukhanji.co.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Enoch Mgijima Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Chris Hani District in the central part of the Eastern Cape Province. It is the largest of the six municipalities in the district, making up over a third of its geographical area. It was established by the amalgamation of the Tsolwana, Inkwanca and Lukhanji Local Municipalities in August 2016. The area has a rich historical background dating back to the 18th century, with a number of monuments and key places of interest. The Enoch Mgijima municipal area is an economic hub, due to its strategic position in the middle of the national corridors to the Gauteng, Western Cape, KwaZulu-Natal, Northern Cape and Free State Provinces. Parts of the municipality are developed with the relevant infrastructure so that modes of transport such as railway, road and a small airport are available to be utilised. Other parts of the region are experiencing a low economic growth rate, with high levels of unemployment and poverty in the towns. Area: 13 584km2 Cities/Towns: Hofmeyr, Komani (Queenstown), Molteno, Sada, Sterkstroom, Tarkastad, Whittlesea Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, general government services, finance and business, wholesale, retail and catering, community services

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 267 011 No Schooling: 8.4% Households: 65 146

Population Growth: 1.43% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 36.2% Formal Dwellings: 85.7%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 50, DA 9, EFF 6, COPE 1, UDM 1, UFEC 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Lindiwe Gunuza

Other Members of Council: Mzoxolo Peter (Speaker), Funeka Sybil Sopapaza-Lungisa (Chief Whip), Thembeka Bunu (SPU Portfolio Head), Adele Natacia (Public Safety Portfolio Head), Elizabeth Mqingwana (Human Settlement and Land Portfolio Head), Xoliswa Xelo (IPED Portfolio Head), Sibusiso Eric Mvana (Technical Services Portfolio Head), Madoda Papiyana (Finance Portfolio Head), Marina Bennet (MPAC Chairperson) Municipal Manager: Mr Siyabonga Nkonki (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mrs Nomthandazo Ntshanga Communications Officer: Mr Fundile Feketshane LED Officer: Mr Nkosi Mzileni Other Senior Management: Mr D Van Wyk (SEO), Mr S Nkonki (Corporate Services), Mr Mountain Sqaza (Legal Matters), Mr M Nofemela (Technical Services), Mr L Sondlo (Public Safety), Mr S Dayi (IPED), Mr Z Nxano (HSLD), Mr Dingani (Community Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

EASTERN CAPE

ENOCH MGIJIMA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (EC139)

2016/17

AUDIT OUTCOME

Unaudited

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

Total Revenue

787 558

Total Expenditure

787 558

Surplus/(Deficit)

-

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

108 248

Total Current Assets

296 604

Total Current Liabilities

119 496

Community Wealth/Equity

1 667 456

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

79 205

Cash at Year End

225 772

UIFW EXPENDITURE

n/a

Note: Enoch Mgijima Local Municipality was established by the amalgamation of Tsolwana Local Municipality, Inkwanca Local Municipality and Lukhanji Local Municipality on 3 August 2016. Financial, Employment and Service Delivery information for the new municipality is only available from the 2016/17 financial year. View historical information for Tsolwana Local Municipality, Inkwanca Local Municipality and Lukhanji Local Municipality at municipalities.co.za.

INTSIKA YETHU LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (EC135) CONTACT DETAILS

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

POSTAL: Private Bag X1251, Cofimvaba, 5380 PHYSICAL: 201 Main Street, Cofimvaba TEL: 047 874 8700 FAX: 047 874 0010/0237 EMAIL: info@intsikayethu.gov.za WEB: www.intsikayethu.gov.za

Composition of Council: ANC 35, EFF 3, UDM 2, DA 1, PAC 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Jongumzi Cengani Other Members of Council: Khanyiswa Mdleleni (Speaker), Myolisi Toni (Chief Whip)

Municipal Manager: Mr Zamuxolo Shasha

OVERVIEW Description: The Intsika Yethu Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Chris Hani District Municipality in the Eastern Cape Province. It is bordered by Sakhisizwe to the north, the Amathole District to the south, Engcobo to the east, and Emalahleni and Enoch Mgijima to the west. The municipality is one of six municipalities in the district, accounting for 8% of its geographical area. Intsika Yethu is an isiXhosa name meaning ‘our pillars’. Area: 2 873km2 Cities/Towns: Cofimvaba, Tsomo Main Economic Sectors: Community services (52%), trade (14.8%), agriculture (14.6%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 152 159 No Schooling: 12.4% Households: 35 851

Population Growth: 0.09% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 20.4% Formal Dwellings: 27.4%

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

222 494

227 686

180 018

Total Expenditure

254 375

178 035

189 340

Surplus/(Deficit)

(31 881)

49 651

(9 322)

38 101

88 801

65 236

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

86 147

65 228

59 361

Total Current Liabilities

Total Current Assets

224 974

35 121

43 902

Community Wealth/Equity

408 683

591 436

541 784 (4 446)

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

7 821

66 243

(31 879)

2 838

1 675

n/a

84 287

75 536

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

2015/16

2014/15

401 76 41 9 100 519

481 123 43 9 91 270

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

2015/16

2014/15

Total Customer Entities Served

29 305

26 805

Households - Free Basic Service

6 666

6 189

INXUBA YETHEMBA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (EC131) CONTACT DETAILS

Other Members of Council: Maria Nortje (Speaker), Thembisile Bobo

POSTAL: PO Box 24, Cradock, 5880 PHYSICAL: 1 J A Calata Street, Cradock TEL: 048 801 5000 FAX: 048 881 1421 WEB: www.iym.co.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Inxuba Yethemba Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated in the Chris Hani District in the Eastern Cape Province. It is approximately 240km north of Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Municipality. It is one of six municipalities in the district, making up a third of its geographical area. Cradock consists of the suburb of Cradock, and the Lingelihle and Michausdal communities, whilst Middelburg has the suburb of Middelburg, with the Kwanonzame Lusaka and Midros communities. The two urban centres of Cradock and Middelburg are fairly similar, with well-developed CBDs and fair infrastructure. A lot still needs to be done in the former previously disadvantaged communities. The rural areas of both towns are mostly commercial farms, with small settlements in the rural areas of Fish River Mortimer and Rosmead. The N10 National Road, which is the vital economic link between Port Elizabeth and the north, runs through Cradock and skirts Middelburg. Area: 11 663km2 Cities/Towns: Cradock, Middelburg, Mount Zebra National Park Main Economic Sectors: Community services (58.9%), finance (13.8%), trade (7.5%), transport (5.9%), agriculture (5.4%), construction (4.2%), manufacturing (3.6%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 70 493 No Schooling: 6.2% Households: 18 282

Population Growth: 1.65% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 31.3% Formal Dwellings: 98.4%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 11, DA 7 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Raymond Zenzile Shweni

(Chief Whip)

Municipal Manager: Mr Mzwandile Tantsi Chief Financial Officer: Renthia Crouse Communications Officer: Mr Sonwabise Panziso LED Officer: Mr Lulamile Jojiyasi Other Senior Management: B T Sigenu (Manager: Corporate Services), Renthia Crouse (Acting Manager: Finance), N Majiba (Manager: Community Services), M Siphunzi (Acting Manager: Technical Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Disclaimer

Disclaimer

R’000

R’000

R’000

240 705

213 067

204 496

Total Expenditure

295 523

254 597

265 828

Surplus/(Deficit)

(54 819)

(41 530)

(61 332)

67 958

25 379

17 057 29 860

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

49 719

21 809

142 324

92 655

73 754

1 239 774

513 609

555 138

24 041

27 083

21 098

2 123

3 151

4 218

n/a

47 089

21 496

2015/16

2014/15

415

435

81

90

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

20

21

78 864

71 095

2015/16

2014/15

20 690

15 811

9 360

9 360

SAKHISIZWE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (EC138) CONTACT DETAILS

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

POSTAL: PO Box 26, Cala, 5455 PHYSICAL: 458 Umthatha Road, Cala TEL: 047 877 5200 FAX: 047 877 0000 WEB: www.sakhisizwe.gov.za

Composition of Council: ANC 14, DA 1, EFF 1, UDM 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Siyabulela Nxozi Other Members of Council: Kholiswa Faku (Speaker), Mandla Makohliso

OVERVIEW

Municipal Manager: Mr Thembeni Samuel

(Chief Whip)

Description: The Sakhisizwe Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Chris Hani District in the Eastern Cape Province. It is bordered by the Joe Gqabi District to the north, Intsika Yethu to the south, Engcobo to the east, and Emalahleni to the west. The municipality is the smallest of six in the district, making up 6% of its geographical area. Sakhisizwe is an isiXhosa name meaning ‘we are building the nation’. Area: 2 318km2 Cities/Towns: Cala, Khowa (Elliot) Main Economic Sectors: Community services, agriculture, trade

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 63 846 No Schooling: 16.2% Households: 14 848

Population Growth: 0.56% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 23.2% Formal Dwellings: 67.6%

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17 Unaudited

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially unqualified unqualified

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

102 124

109 642

95 964 80 338

Total Expenditure

91 065

100 830

Surplus/(Deficit)

11 060

8 813

15 626

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

16 224

27 566

20 251

Total Current Assets

20 457

11 235

18 194

Total Current Liabilities

23 985

16 326

16 202

190 510

179 450

170 637

Community Wealth/Equity

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2015/16

2014/15

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

18 478

22 398

25 633

2014/15

199

183

6 177

4 537

6 434

n/a

31 441

29 189

Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

2015/16

Total Employment Positions

CASH FLOWS

2015/16

2014/15

Total Customer Entities Served

8 508

8 508

Households - Free Basic Service

4 299

4 299

48

3

12

12

1

3

36 050

34 301

JOE GQABI DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC14)

EASTERN CAPE

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X102, Barkly East, 9786 PHYSICAL: Cnr Cole & Graham Streets, Barkly East TEL: 045 979 3000 FAX: 045 971 0251 WEB: www.jgdm.gov.za

Oviston Venterstad

Lady Grey

Aliwal North

SENQU

WALTER SISULU Burgersdorp

OVERVIEW

Maclear

Jamestown

Description: The Joe Gqabi District Municipality (previously Ukhahlamba District Municipality) is a Category C municipality located within the Eastern Cape. It borders the Free State Province and country of Lesotho to the north. The municipality is located to the north of the OR Tambo and Chris Hani District Municipalities, to the east of the Northern Cape, and to the west of Alfred Nzo. Joe Gqabi lies approximately 34km north of Komani (Queenstown) and its northern border is formed by the Orange River, which also forms the southern boundary of the Free State. It consists of three local municipalities: Elundini, Walter Sisulu and Senqu. Aliwal North is the main commercial and tourism centre. Area: 25 617km2 Main Economic Sectors: Community services (55%), finance (12.6%), trade (9.7%), manufacturing (9.6%), agriculture (6.2%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 372 912 No Schooling: 8.0% Households: 95 107

ELUNDINI

!

Barkly East

Population Growth: 1.53% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 25.3% Formal Dwellings: 69.6%

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited Clean audit Clean audit

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

685 055

654 152

541 968 490 498

Total Expenditure

494 426

484 625

Surplus/(Deficit)

190 628

169 528

51 470

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

278 736

179 638

126 932

Total Current Assets

41 686

96 870

82 791

Total Current Liabilities

91 180

107 973

130 958

1 580 441

1 440 412

1 270 885

259 671

151 459

105 427

2 949

2 422

33 792

n/a

32

962

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

UIFW EXPENDITURE

Composition of Council: ANC 7, DA 1, EFF 1, CIVIC 1 (40% PR Seats) Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Z I Dumzela Other Members of Council: T Z Notyeke (Speaker), E M Lakabane

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

(Chief Whip and Portfolio Head: Financial Services), L M Tokwe (Portfolio Head: Corporate Services), D D Mvumvu (Portfolio Head: Community Services), S Mei (Portfolio Head: Technical Services), N U Hokwana, M A van Zyl, N Ngendane, M Yiliwe Municipal Manager: Mr Zolile Williams Chief Financial Officer: Ms Sulene du Toit (Acting) Communications Officer: M Gceya Other Senior Management: Fiona Sephton (Director: Community Services), Harry Jantjie (Director: Corporate Services), Robert Fortuin (Director: Technical Services), Nandipha Mshumi (Chief Operations Officer)

Ugie

Steynsburg

2015/16

2014/15

Total Employment Positions

813

701

Vacant Positions

177

1

25

29

Managerial Positions

4

1

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

Vacant Managerial Positions

169 050

158 392

SERVICE DELIVERY* Water

2015/16

2014/15

Inside Yard

41 774

41 678

<200m from Yard

31 483

31 410

Households - Free Basic Service

14 176

11 178

23 699

23 523

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

Sewerage

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank Ventilated Pit Latrine Households - Free Basic Service

2 914

2 906

55 943

48 467

14 176

11 178

ELUNDINI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (EC141) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 1, Maclear, 5480 PHYSICAL: 1 Seller Street, Maclear TEL: 045 932 8100 FAX: 045 932 1094 WEB: www.elundini.org.za

municipality located within the Joe Gqabi District in the north-eastern portion of the Eastern Cape Province. The municipality is bounded by the Alfred Nzo District in the north, Chris Hani District in the south,

OR Tambo District in the east, and Lesotho and Senqu in the west. It is the smallest of three municipalities in the district, making up a quarter of its geographical area. The ELM is one of the most scenic and attractive areas of the province, with considerable potential lying in its deep, fertile soils and high rainfall. Compared to the other municipalities in the Joe Gqabi District, Elundini has prospects of significant growth and upliftment in the quality of life for its residents due to its relative abundance of natural resources. The urban areas and commercial farming district are the highest employers, where people have found employment in the agriculture,

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

OVERVIEW Description: The Elundini Local Municipality (ELM) is a Category B

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commercial and service sectors. There are very low levels of employment in the rural settlements. This can be partly attributed to the fact that these areas do not have a strong economic base, and partly to the fact that most inhabitants are involved in subsistence-related activities with little surplus being produced for economic profit. Due to the migrant system in operation in South Africa, the impact of recessionary downturns in the economy elsewhere (such as in the mining industry, Gauteng and Cape Town) have had an impact on the Elundini area. There is still a heavy reliance on income from migrant sources. Area: 5 019km2 Cities/Towns: Maclear, Mount Fletcher, Ugie Main Economic Sectors: Social services/government (41%), agriculture (28%), wholesale and retail trade (14%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 144 929 No Schooling: 5.7% Households: 35 804

Population Growth: 1.27% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 21.3% Formal Dwellings: 47.8%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Other Senior Management: Sandile Matubatuba (Corporate Services Director), Sisekho Sako (Infrastructure Planning and Development Director), Luther Thembinkosi Kokose (Community Services Director), Ntomboxolo Eddie (Planning and Economic Development Director) FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

368 665

236 970

206 182

Total Expenditure

177 827

304 530

206 771

Surplus/(Deficit)

64 135

30 200

28 354

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

64 135

43 770

47 584

Total Current Assets

100 513

62 904

46 868

Total Current Liabilities

37 040

37 083

39 267

426 474

384 204

354 005

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

72 480

58 844

54 114

Composition of Council: ANC 28, DA 2, AIC 1, EFF 1, INDEPENDENT 1,

Cash at Year End

88 874

51 716

33 806

UDM 1

UIFW EXPENDITURE

n/a

-

4 338

2015/16

2014/15

237

216

Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Nonkongozelo Lengs Other Members of Council: Vangiwe Victoria Hokwana (Speaker), Mamello Semakaleng Leteba (Chief Whip and Portfolio Head: Corporate Services), Thozama Victoria May (Infrastructure, Planning and Development), M L Naketsana (Portfolio Head: Community Services), N Nkalitshana (Portfolio Head: Strategic Planning and Economic Development), Arron Mlamli Mqamelo (Portfolio Head: Finance) Municipal Manager: Mr Khaya Gashi Chief Financial Officer: Mr Jack Thando Mdeni Communications Officer: Mr Anele Mboza LED Officer: Ms Ntomboxolo Eddie

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions

14

2

Managerial Positions

27

25

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

2

2

81 595

71 489

2015/16

2014/15

14 928

14 779

4 215

3 397

SENQU LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (EC142) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X03, Lady Grey, 9755 PHYSICAL: 19 Murray Street, Lady Grey TEL: 051 603 1301 FAX: 051 603 0445 EMAIL: info@senqu.gov.za WEB: www.senqu.gov.za

Mncebisi Mgojo (Portfolio Head: Finance Services), Velile Stokhwe (Development and Town Planning Services) Municipal Manager: Mr Mxolisi Yawa Chief Financial Officer: Mr Kenneth Fourie Communications Officer: Mrs Mary-Ann Theron (Manager) LED Officer: Ms Bronwen Viedge (Manager)

OVERVIEW Description: The Senqu Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated in the Joe Gqabi District in the Eastern Cape Province. It is bordered by Lesotho in the north, the Chris Hani District in the south, Elundini in the east, and Walter Sisulu in the west. The municipality is one of three in the district, accounting for a third of its geographical area. It represents the amalgamation and integration that took place between the former municipalities of Lady Grey, Barkly East, Sterkspruit, Rossouw and Rhodes. Area: 7 329km2 Cities/Towns: Barkly East, Lady Grey, Rhodes, Rossouw, Sterkspruit Main Economic Sectors: Finance (27.86%), general government (26.22%), community, social and personal services (13.57%), trade (9.01%), manufacturing (8.17%), transport (5.62%), agriculture, forestry and fishing (5.46%), construction (3.01%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 140 720 No Schooling: 10.7% Households: 35 597

Population Growth: 1.09% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 24.3% Formal Dwellings: 78.5%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 23, CIVIC 8, DA 2, EFF 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Nomvuyo Mposelwa Other Members of Council: Isaac Mosisidi (Speaker), Velile Stokhwe (Chief Whip), Georgina Mbonyana (Portfolio Head: Corporate and Support Services), Thenjiwe Dumzela (Portfolio Head: Technical Services), Sukani Ndzongana (Portfolio Head: Community Services),

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited Clean audit Clean audit

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

241 561

242 487

208 277 162 285

Total Expenditure

187 749

172 668

Surplus/(Deficit)

53 812

69 818

45 992

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

42 071

38 885

48 089

277 782

242 347

198 435

31 520

31 120

34 484

570 114

505 547

430 229

Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

74 809

76 794

68 915

Cash at Year End

253 169

220 917

183 460

n/a

805

1 696

2015/16

2014/15

240

230

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

2

5

24

20

2

0

73 237

64 189

2015/16

2014/15

Total Customer Entities Served

36 472

34 131

Households - Free Basic Service

12 523

11 820

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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WALTER SISULU LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (EC145) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 13, Burgersdorp, 9744 PHYSICAL: 1 Greyling Street, Burgersdorp, 9744 TEL: 051 653 1777 FAX: 051 653 0056

OVERVIEW Description: The Walter Sisulu Local Municipality is a Category B municipality located in the west of the Joe Gqabi District in the Eastern Cape Province, south of the Orange River and Gariep Dam. The Orange River separates Walter Sisulu from both the Northern Cape and Free State Provinces. The municipality is the largest of the three in the district, making up half of its geographical area. It was established by the amalgamation of the Gariep and Maletswai Local Municipalities in August 2016. The Walter Sisulu Local Municipality has fairly diverse vegetation and is home to three distinct vegetation types, one of which – Eastern Mixed Nama Karoo – is recognised as a nationally significant biome. It is characterised by mountains, hills and valleys. This area is well known for its stock farming, of which sheep production is one of the dominating sectors. The streams and rivers team with fish, trout being a common species. Rock foundations have beautiful artwork made years ago by the founders of the area – the Khoisan. Area: 13 269km2 Cities/Towns: Aliwal North, Burgersdorp, Jamestown, Oviston, Steynsburg, Venterstad Main Economic Sectors: Government services, community services, transport and communication, finance and business services, manufacturing, agriculture, trade, construction

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 87 263 No Schooling: 7.4% Households: 23 706

Population Growth: 2.70% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 32.7% Formal Dwellings: 89.3%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 15, DA 5, EFF 1, MALETSWAI CIVIC

Mangali (Finance Committee), Hardkopf (Chairperson: Finance Committee), D De Jongh (Corporate Services Committee), Z Mqokrwana (Corporate Services Committee), M Solani (Corporate Services Committee), Y Zweni (Corporate Services Committee), V Davids (Chairperson: Corporate Services Committee), E Theron (Community Services Committee), L Nkunzi (Community Services Committee), B Khweyiya (Chairperson: Community Services Committee), M Mtshingana (Community Services Committee), X Mabusela (Technical Services Committee), B Ndika (Technical Services Committee), M Mokhoabane (Technical Services Committee) Municipal Manager: Mr Thembinkosi Mawonga Chief Financial Officer: Mr Thomas Maseko Communications Officer: Ms Buli Mgojo LED Officer: Mr R Khamali Other Senior Management: Mr S Botha (Director: Corporate Services), Mr P Pungwani (Director: Community Services), Ms N B B Mokhantso (Director: Institutional Planning and Economic Development)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

AUDIT OUTCOME

Unaudited

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

Total Revenue

238 116

Total Expenditure

214 956

Surplus/(Deficit)

23 159

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

26 610

Total Current Assets

72 575

Total Current Liabilities

233 757

Community Wealth/Equity

356 857

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

-

Cash at Year End

-

UIFW EXPENDITURE

n/a

ASSOCIATION 1

Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Bulelwa Khweyiya Other Members of Council: Kholekile Lange (Speaker), Norah Ngubo (Chief Whip), B Khweyiya (Exco Chairperson), Ngubo (Exco), Davids (Exco), Hardkopf (Exco), Schoeman (Finance Committee), Mdumisa (Finance Committee), Masina (Finance Committee),

Note: Walter Sisulu Local Municipality was established by the amalgamation of Gariep Local Municipality and Maletswai Local Municipality on 3 August 2016. Financial, Employment and Service Delivery information for the new municipality is only available from the 2016/17 financial year. View historical information for Gariep Local Municipality and Maletswai Local Municipality at municipalities.co.za.

OR TAMBO DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC15) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X6043, Mthatha, 5100 PHYSICAL: OR Tambo House, Nelson Mandela Drive, Myezo Park, Mthatha TEL: 047 501 6400 FAX: 047 532 6518 WEB: www.ortambodm.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The OR Tambo District Municipality is a Category C municipality located to the east of the Eastern Cape Province, on the coastline. It is bordered by the Alfred Nzo District Municipality to the north, the Joe Gqabi District Municipality to the north-west, the Amathole District Municipality to the south-west, and the Chris Hani District Municipality to the west. The municipality is formed by five local municipalities: King Sabata Dalindyebo, Nyandeni, Mhlontlo, Port St Johns and Ingquza Hill. It covers about 80% of what used to be marginalised homeland in the Transkei, and is one of the four Integrated Sustainable Rural Development Programme (ISRDP) nodes in the province. Area: 12 141km2 Main Economic Sectors: Community services (55%), trade (18.5%), finance (16.9%), agriculture (3.5%), transport (3.1%), manufacturing (2.8%), construction (2.7%)

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Flagstaff

Qumbu

MHLONTLO

INGQUZA HILL

Tsolo Lusikisiki

PORT ST JOHNS Mthatha

Libode Port St Johns

NYANDENI KING SABATA DALINDYEBO

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Population: 1 457 384 No Schooling: 13.9% Households: 314 080

Population Growth: 1.47% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 24.4% Formal Dwellings: 43.6%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 18, UDM 2, AIC 1, CI 1, DA 1, EFF 1 (40% PR Seats)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Qualified audit

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

R’000

R’000

R’000

2 211 841

1 683 124

1 439 462 1 322 520

1 134 761

1 281 851

1 077 080

401 273

116 942

1 863 354

434 292 539 009

Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Nomakhosazana Meth Other Members of Council: Robert Nogumla (Deputy Mayor),

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

1 221 593

Total Current Assets

858 499

577 044

Xolile Nkompela (Speaker), Thokozile Sokhanyile (Chief Whip), M Syakholwa (MMC: Community Services), W Ngozi (MMC: Infrastructure), N Pepping (MMC: Corporate Services), N Dyule (MMC: Special Programmes), L Mambila (MMC: Technical Services), Nonkoliso Ngqongwa (MMC: Budget and Treasury), M C Socikwa (MMC: Rural, Economic, Developmental and Planning), Dumisani Mjokovana (MMC: Human Settlements), William Ngozi (MMC: Water and Sanitation), Mandisa Giyose (MayCo) Municipal Manager: Mr Owen Hlazo (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr M Moleko Communications Officer: Mr Rooiland (Acting) LED Officer: Mr S Buso (Acting) Other Senior Management: Mr O N Hlazo (Director: Water and Sanitation Services), Ms N T Somana (Director: Community Services), Ms N Msebi (Director: Technical Services), Mr S Buso (Acting Director: Rural Economic Development and Planning)

Total Current Liabilities

338 140

480 695

419 603

8 759 920

4 874 776

4 402 774

1 237 122

616 172

526 998

653 278

369 437

327 849

n/a

1 591 832

336 384

2015/16

2014/15

1 620

1 666

465

464

Community Wealth/Equity

EASTERN CAPE

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions

91

91

Vacant Managerial Positions

22

27

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

410 983

378 477

SERVICE DELIVERY*

2015/16

2014/15

Water

Inside Yard

63 363

62 934

<200m from Yard

47 727

45 085

>200m from Yard

161 141

163 783

153 000

105 757

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

33 554

30 770

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

22 444

20 373

Ventilated Pit Latrine

238 152

233 875

153 000

105 757

Households - Free Basic Service

Sewerage

Households - Free Basic Service

INGQUZA HILL LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (EC153) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 14, Flagstaff, 4810 PHYSICAL: 135 Main Street, Flagstaff TEL: 039 252 0131 FAX: 039 252 0699 WEB: www.ihlm.gov.za

Municipal Manager: Mr Mluleki Fihlani Chief Financial Officer: Mr M Matomane Communications Officer: T P Godlwana (Operations Manager) LED Officer: Miss R Tobia (Planning and Development) Other Senior Management: L Tshangela (Director: Technical Services),

OVERVIEW

K Nyamela (Manager: ICT), S Gumenege (Manager: Human Resources), M Gqada (PMU Electricity), S Sako (Manager: Infrastructure), Z Sodladla (Manager: BTO), V Tukani (Manager: Social Services), Mr Joji (Manager: Protocol, Safety and Security), N Mdiya (Executive Council Secretary), Z N Matwasa (Mayor’s Office: Manager and Communications), M S Matubatuba (Director: Corporate Services), Mr M Garane (Director: Community Services), Mr Mbarane (Manager: Planning), Mr Dakwa (Manager: Solid Waste), Mr N Mjikija (Manager: Asset Management), Ms Goya (Manager: LED)

Description: The Ingquza Hill Local Municipality (previously Qaukeni Local Municipality) is a Category B municipality located within the OR Tambo District in the Eastern Cape Province. It is bordered by the Ntabankulu and Mbizana Local Municipalities to the north, and Port St Johns Local Municipality and the Indian Ocean to the south. Ingquza Hill is one of the five municipalities in the district, accounting for almost a quarter of its geographical area. Area: 2 477km2 Cities/Towns: Flagstaff, Lusikisiki Main Economic Sectors: Construction (11.9%), finance (7.7%), electricity (4.5%), community services (2.5%), agriculture, trade/manufacturing

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 303 379 No Schooling: 11.7% Households: 60 974

Population Growth: 1.95% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 19.7% Formal Dwellings: 40.0%

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY*

295

2

10

18

26

2

10

102 576

92 732

2015/16

2014/15

30 141

25 402

Households - Free Basic Service

3 086

2 509

2015/16

2014/15

Electricity

Composition of Council: ANC 53, EFF 4, DA 2, AIC 1, APC 1, COPE 1, UDM 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Jongintaba Pat Mdingi Other Members of Council: Ntandokazi Chapa (Speaker), Mpofana

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

2014/15

308

Total Customer Entities Served

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Tenyane (Chief Whip), M Mkhumla (Portfolio Head: Budget and Treasury), B Goya (Portfolio Head: Infrastructure and Engineering Services), T Jotile (Planning), N A Gagai (Institutional Transformation and Organisational Development), B Mvulane (Social Needs), V Somani (Good Governance and Public Participation), S B Vatsha (LED)

2015/16

AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

Unaudited Clean audit Clean audit

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

131 204

315 816

273 018

Total Expenditure

233 394

213 419

221 598

Surplus/(Deficit)

(102 190)

102 396

51 420

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

91 264

96 294

96 048

246 614

117 529

48 679

94 169

43 846

25 779

UIFW EXPENDITURE

1 099 486

1 021 611

930 423

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

EASTERN CAPE

Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Operating Cash Flow

(28 395)

105 269

54 870

Cash at Year End

(74 044)

73 154

19 588

n/a

-

-

CASH FLOWS

KING SABATA DALINDYEBO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (EC157) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 45, Mthatha, 5099 PHYSICAL: Munitata Building, Sutherland Street, Mthatha TEL: 047 501 4000 FAX: 047 531 3128 EMAIL: ksdexecutivem@ksd.gov.za WEB: www.ksd.gov.za

Mayor: Dumani Zozo Other Members of Council: Notyatyambo Rose Gcingca (Speaker), Sihlwele Nyengane (Chief Whip)

Municipal Manager: Mr Mlamli Zenzile (Acting) FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

OVERVIEW

AUDIT OUTCOME

Description: The King Sabata Dalindyebo Municipality is a Category B

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

municipality situated within the OR Tambo District in the Eastern Cape Province. It is the largest of the five municipalities in the district, accounting for a quarter of its geographical area. The municipality was formed before the local government elections in the year 2000, when the Mqanduli and Mthatha Transitional and Rural Councils were merged. The majority population of the municipality resides in the rural areas, where they still practice cultural tradition. King Sabata Dalindyebo Municipality still retains many of the earliest buildings of the neoclassical style that was popular during the colonial times. Area: 3 019km2 Cities/Towns: Mqanduli, Mthatha (previously Umtata) Main Economic Sectors: Community services (48%), finance (21%), trade (18%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 488 349 No Schooling: 15.7% Households: 115 894

Population Growth: 1.84% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 31.5% Formal Dwellings: 51.8%

Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Qualified audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

1 283 249 1 056 161 227 089 139 829

1 184 683 1 011 583 173 100 332 043

1 077 821 1 089 237 (11 416) 157 901

144 838 386 000 2 493 568

81 827 306 918 2 270 835

87 125 288 155 2 097 922

207 191 18 541 n/a

213 240 12 502 119 580

236 432 40 186 279 719

2015/16

2014/15

2 173 802 37 351 594

1 994 600 36 331 681

2015/16

2014/15

54 000 16 637

53 362 9 040

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY*

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 46, UDM 16, MRRA 4, DA 3, EFF 3 Controlling Party: ANC

Total Customer Entities Served Electricity Households - Free Basic Service

MHLONTLO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (EC156) CONTACT DETAILS

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

POSTAL: PO Box 31, Qumbu, 5180 PHYSICAL: 96 LG Mabindla Avenue, Qumbu TEL: 047 553 7000 FAX: 047 553 0189 EMAIL: info@mhlontlolm.gov.za WEB: www.mhlontlolm.gov.za

Composition of Council: ANC 40, UDM 3, CI 2, DA 2, EFF 2,

OVERVIEW

Municipal Manager: Mr Sibongile Goodman Sotshongaye Chief Financial Officer: Mrs Nomaphelo Boti Communications Officer: Mr Sisa Mpehle LED Officer: Mr Zwelixolile Zipete (Director: LED Planning and Rural

INDEPENDENT 2

Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Nompumelelo Dywili Other Members of Council: Mbulelo Jara (Speaker), Nozolile Mvanyashe (Chief Whip)

Description: The Mhlontlo Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the OR Tambo District in the Eastern Cape Province. The municipality lies on the north-east side of the Eastern Cape provincial border alongside the N2 route between Mthatha and Mt Frere, and the R396 between Tsolo and Maclear. It is bordered by the Umzimvubu Local Municipality to the north, King Sabata Dalindyebo Local Municipality to the south, Nyandeni Local Municipality to the east, and Elundini Local Municipality to the west. It is one of the five municipalities in the district, making up a quarter of its geographical area. Area: 2 880km2 Cities/Towns: Qumbu, Tsolo Main Economic Sectors: Wholesale and retail trade (10.8%), agriculture, forestry and fishing (3.3%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 189 176 No Schooling: 11.5% Households: 41 395

Population Growth: -0.19% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 18.1% Formal Dwellings: 41.5%

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Development)

Other Senior Management: Mpilo Yilo (Director: Community Services), Lizo Matiwane (Director: Corporate Services), Mr Thando Mase (Director: Infrastructure Development)

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

2014/15

254

290

Vacant Positions

83

92

Managerial Positions

23

19

Total Employment Positions

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

6

3

93 258

82 644

2015/16

2014/15

Total Customer Entities Served

46 766

46 431

Households - Free Basic Service

4 380

4 432

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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2014/15

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Qualified audit

FINANCIAL POSITION

AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15 26 033

Total Current Assets

48 009

52 235

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Current Liabilities

33 336

20 949

23 001

Total Revenue

270 732

261 942

206 117

Community Wealth/Equity

748 013

682 894

705 732

Total Expenditure

225 882

284 780

237 095

Surplus/(Deficit)

44 849

(22 839)

(30 978)

57 956

58 571

59 844

54 241

48 910

46 843

7 073

25 926

15 377

n/a

70 172

11 978

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

NYANDENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (EC155) CONTACT DETAILS

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

POSTAL: Private Bag X504, Libode, 5160 PHYSICAL: B Nomandela Drive, Municipality Building, Libode TEL: 047 555 5000 FAX: 047 555 0202 WEB: www.nyandenilm.gov.za

Financially Unaudited Clean audit unqualified

AUDIT OUTCOME

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

316 756

333 018

263 696

OVERVIEW

Total Expenditure

247 183

252 373

233 708

Description: The Nyandeni Local Municipality is a Category B municipality

Surplus/(Deficit)

69 573

80 645

29 988

located within the OR Tambo District in the Eastern Cape Province. It is bordered in the north by Mhlontlo, in the south by the Indian Ocean, in the east by Port St Johns, and in the west by King Sabata Dalindyebo. It is one of five municipalities in the district, making up almost a quarter of its geographical area. It is situated approximately 30km south of Mthatha and 50km north of Port St Johns, and is bordered by a 20km stretch of the coastal belt on the eastern part and Umzimvubu River on the western part. Area: 2 474km2 Cities/Towns: Libode, Ngqeleni Main Economic Sectors: Community services (63.4%), trade (16.1%), finance (10.4%)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

79 643

82 942

74 421

Total Current Assets

141 014

109 071

75 685

Total Current Liabilities

24 917

20 740

17 662

560 870

490 256

409 612

Operating Cash Flow

108 072

106 775

64 354

Cash at Year End

134 605

101 947

65 694

n/a

2 306

26 146

2015/16

2014/15

318

314

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 309 702 No Schooling: 13.1% Households: 61 867

Population Growth: 1.46% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 22.7% Formal Dwellings: 36.8%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 54, DA 3, EFF 3, UDM 3 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mesuli Ngqodwana Other Members of Council: Noziphiwo Matanda (Speaker),

EASTERN CAPE

2015/16

Financially Unaudited unqualified

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions

4

16

25

23

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

3

2

122 286

109 164

2015/16

2014/15

Total Customer Entities Served

46 831

45 407

Households - Free Basic Service

10 167

2 700

Mcebisi Robert Mtobela (Chief Whip)

Municipal Manager: Nomalungelo Nomandela

PORT ST JOHNS LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (EC154) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 2, Port St Johns, 5120 PHYSICAL: 257 Main Street, Port St Johns TEL: 047 564 1207 FAX: 047 564 1206 WEB: www.psjmunicipality.gov.za

OVERVIEW

Cities/Towns: Port St Johns Main Economic Sectors: Tourism, agriculture

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 166 779 No Schooling: 16.1% Households: 33 951

Population Growth: 1.50% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 19.0% Formal Dwellings: 36.9%

Description: The Port St Johns Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the OR Tambo District on the coast of the Indian Ocean in the largely rural province of the Eastern Cape. It is bounded by Lusikisiki in the north, Mthatha in the south, and Libode in the west. It is the smallest of the five municipalities in the district, making up 11% of its geographical area. It comprises coastal and inland areas that fall under the jurisdiction of the former Transkei. The seat of the municipality is in the main town of Port St Johns, which is known for its beautiful beaches and mountainous terrain, with hills, cliffs and sandy dunes. The municipality’s beautiful scenery, its natural vegetation and the pristine beaches referred to above are the main attractions for tourism. It has land for commercial use and an environmentally-friendly residential area. There are 1 053 types of plants and 164 plant families found around Port St Johns. This unique vegetation harbours rare bird species, providing evidence of the rich biodiversity in Port St Johns. Area: 1 291km2

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 31, CI 3, DA 2, UDM 2, EFF 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Lindelwa Rolobile Other Members of Council: Thandisizwe Khukula (Speaker), Bulelwa Nokhanda (Chief Whip)

Municipal Manager: Mr M Sondaba (Acting) EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

2014/15

214

352

Vacant Positions

10

147

Managerial Positions

21

14

Vacant Managerial Positions

10

4

61 612

55 156

Total Employment Positions

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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SERVICE DELIVERY*

2015/16

2014/15

10 032

10 032

4 112

4 112

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Disclaimer

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

194 065

162 298

152 969

Total Expenditure

152 994

139 347

140 274

41 071

22 951

12 694

EASTERN CAPE

Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Surplus/(Deficit)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

53 858

31 700

43 029 27 744

Total Current Assets

59 543

44 217

Total Current Liabilities

25 086

39 788

44 138

Community Wealth/Equity

441 317

366 908

343 908

Operating Cash Flow

69 823

56 687

40 250

Cash at Year End

48 914

37 281

9 647

n/a

21 683

35 742

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE

SARAH BAARTMAN DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC10) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 318, Port Elizabeth, 6000 PHYSICAL: 32 Govan Mbeki Avenue, Port Elizabeth TEL: 041 508 7111 FAX: 041 508 7000 WEB: www.sarahbaartman.co.za

Nieu-Bethesda Graaff-Reinet Adendorp

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Petersburg

Aberdeen

OVERVIEW Description: The Sarah Baartman District Municipality (previously Cacadu District Municipality) is a Category C municipality situated in the Eastern Cape Province. It stretches from Graaff-Reinet in the north to the Indian Ocean in the south and between the Great Fish River in the east and Bloukrans River in the west. Sarah Baartman is the biggest district in the province, making up approximately a third of its geographical area. It comprises seven local municipalities: Dr Beyers Naudé, Blue Crane Route, Makana, Ndlambe, Sundays River Valley, Kouga and Koukamma. The district surrounds one of the largest metropolitan ports in South Africa, Nelson Mandela Bay (Port Elizabeth). Area: 58 245km2 Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture (mohair), tourism

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DR BEYERS NAUDÉ

Rietbron

Pearston Somerset East Cookhouse

Jansenville

BLUE CRANE ROUTE

Klipplaat

MAKANA

Willowmore Steytlerville

Paterson

SUNDAYS RIVER VALLEY

Grahamstown

NDLAMBE Alexandria Port Alfred

Patensie

Joubertina

Hankey

KOUKAMMA

KOUGA

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Kareedouw

!

Humansdorp

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Unaudited Clean audit unqualified

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Population: 479 923 No Schooling: 4.8% Households: 138 182

Total Revenue

113 667

127 812

109 419

Population Growth: 1.43% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 30.9% Formal Dwellings: 87.1%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 7, DA 5 (40% PR Seats) Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Khunjuzwa Eunice Kekana (Executive Mayor) Other Members of Council: Nonkqubela Pieters (Speaker), Khululwa Ncamiso (Chief Whip), Vernon Stuurman (Portfolio: Finance and Corporate Services), Celia Ncamiso (Portfolio: Infrastructure and Planning), Zamuxolo Peter (Portfolio: Tourism and Creative Industries), Solethu Lucas (Portfolio: Economic Development), Zoliswa Funiselo (Portfolio: Special Programmes) Municipal Manager: Mr T Pillay Chief Financial Officer: Mr R Lorgat Communications Officer: Mrs B Botha LED Officer: Mr D Magxwalisa Other Senior Management: T Betha (Acting Director: Infrastructure Development and Community Services)

Total Expenditure

127 626

131 916

117 058

Surplus/(Deficit)

(13 959)

(4 105)

(7 639)

9 366

1 403

1 058 258 780

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

230 867

240 925

Total Current Liabilities

Total Current Assets

40 513

30 086

42 233

Community Wealth/Equity

182 012

236 169

240 274

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

(2 024)

(15 746)

6 392

104 944

98 205

83 985

n/a

1 821

3 891

2015/16

2014/15

87

101

1

4

18

18

1

0

45 180

41 250

BLUE CRANE ROUTE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (EC102) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 21, Somerset East, 5850 PHYSICAL: 67 Nojoli Street, Somerset East TEL: 042 243 6400 FAX: 042 243 0633 WEB: www.bcrm.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Blue Crane Route Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Sarah Baartman District in the Eastern Cape Province. It is bordered by the Chris Hani District in the north, Sundays River Valley in the south, Amathole District and Makana in the east, and Dr Beyers Naudé in the west.

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

It is the second-largest municipality of seven in the district, accounting for 19% of the geographical area, and is an an administrative area. The municipality is named after the South African national bird, the blue crane. Area: 11 068km2 Cities/Towns: Cookhouse, Pearston, Petersburg, Somerset East Main Economic Sectors: Transport and communication (22.8%), government (18.8%), finance and business services (12.2%), manufacturing (12%), agriculture (11.3%), wholesale and retail trade (10.2%), community services (9%), construction (2%)

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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Population: 36 063 No Schooling: 6.2% Households: 9 876

SERVICE DELIVERY*

Population Growth: 0.04% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 23.1% Formal Dwellings: 96.9%

Electricity

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Sewerage

Composition of Council: ANC 7, DA 4 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Bonisile Manxoweni Other Members of Council: Bonisile Manxoweni (Mayor, Speaker and

4 383

3 977

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

6 586

6 586

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

2 323

2 041

Bucket System

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

213 675

185 362

Total Expenditure

225 888

217 970

199 337

Surplus/(Deficit)

(18 678)

(4 295)

(13 975)

16 752

12 331

38 508

Total Current Assets

37 800

40 384

37 581

Total Current Liabilities

39 572

47 433

30 597

543 448

631 900

636 195

13 500

16 172

13 833

6 929

14 113

11 119

n/a

28 832

41 524

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

19

0

Community Wealth/Equity

5

5

CASH FLOWS

73 329

64 668

2015/16

2014/15

Inside Yard

6 864

6 856

Households - Free Basic Service

4 383

3 977

SERVICE DELIVERY*

3 977

207 211

314

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

359

4 383

Total Revenue

2014/15

Vacant Positions

2016/17

359

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

326

Managerial Positions

Water

7 631

Households - Free Basic Service

2015/16

Total Employment Positions

2014/15

7 631

Households - Free Basic Service

Finance Committee), Neliswa Nkonyeni (Chief Whip), Anthony Hufkie (Community Services Committee), Mpumelelo Kwatsha (Corporate Services Committee), Thabo Grootboom (Technical Services Committee) Municipal Manager: Mr Thabiso Klaas Chief Financial Officer: Mr N B Delo Other Senior Management: Mr M Planga (Director: Community Services), Mrs L Nkanyeni (Director: Corporate Services)

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

Total Customer Entities Served

Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

EASTERN CAPE

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

DR BEYERS NAUDÉ LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (EC101) CONTACT DETAILS

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

POSTAL: PO Box 71, Graaff-Reinet, 6280 PHYSICAL: 12 Church Square, Graaff-Reinet TEL: 049 807 5700 FAX: 049 892 4319 WEB: www.bnlm.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: Dr Beyers Naudé Local Municipality (previously Camdeboo Local Municipality) is a Category B municipality situated in the Sarah Baartman District in the west of the Eastern Cape Province. It is the largest municipality of seven in the district, making up half of its geographical area. Graaff-Reinet, the fourth-oldest town in South Africa and referred to as the ‘Gem of the Karoo’, is a hub of agritourism activity. It is the seat of the Municipal Council and is also the centre where the largest concentration of the population live and work. Each town has unique dynamics and attractions that draw visitors from far and wide, some of whom have made this their home. The municipality is strategically situated as a portal to the mystical Karoo in an area renowned for its pristine natural environment, rich heritage, and diverse peoples and cultures. The area boasts a number of popular tourist attractions, beautiful landscapes and a healthy climate. Area: 28 653km2 Cities/Towns: Aberdeen, Adendorp, Graaff-Reinet, Jansenville, Kendrew, Klipplaat, Nieu-Bethesda, Rietbron, Steytlerville, Waterford, Willowmore Main Economic Sectors: Community services, agriculture, tourism, finance, transport, trade, manufacturing, construction

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 82 197 No Schooling: 5.4% Households: 20 748

Population Growth: 0.82% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 30.6% Formal Dwellings: 95.6%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 14, DA 13 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Deon de Vos Other Members of Council: Thembisa Nonnies (Speaker), Ms Angeline Booysen (Chief Whip)

Municipal Manager: Rev Noel Pietersen

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

AUDIT OUTCOME

Unaudited

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Financially Financially unqualified unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

324 634

205 417

219 092

Total Expenditure

346 753

241 220

244 168

Surplus/(Deficit)

(22 119)

(35 803)

(25 076)

23 727

34 559

44 237

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets

76 347

31 632

52 991

150 384

37 291

38 670

1 055 680

603 415

639 218

Operating Cash Flow

94 107

4 874

20 229

Cash at Year End

38 271

1 708

21 380

n/a

174

14 328

2015/16

2014/15

372

380

Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions

48

36

Managerial Positions

20

20

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Water

<200m from Yard Households - Free Basic Service

Electricity

Sewerage

Total Customer Entities Served

2

9

80 522

74 716

2015/16

2014/15

9 618

9 554

103

103

5 333

5 272

12 235

12 235

Households - Free Basic Service

3 271

3 182

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

9 673

9 554

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank Ventilated Pit Latrine Households - Free Basic Service

527

527

1 719

1 719

5 333

5 252

Note: Baviaans Local Municipality and Ikwezi Local Municipality were merged into Camdeboo Local Municipality and renamed Dr Beyers Naudé Local Municipality on 3 August 2016. Financial, Employment and Service Delivery information prior to the 2016/17 financial year only includes figures for Camdeboo Local Municipality. View historical information for Baviaans Local Municipality and Ikwezi Local Municipality at municipalities.co.za.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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KOUGA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (EC108) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 21, Jeffreys Bay, 6330 PHYSICAL: 33 Da Gama Road, Jeffreys Bay TEL: 042 200 2200 FAX: 042 200 8606 EMAIL: registry@kouga.gov.za WEB: www.kouga.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Kouga Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated in the Eastern Cape Province within the Sarah Baartman District Municipality. It comprises the coastal region and the fertile Gamtoos Valley, which also happens to be the gateway to the famous Baviaanskloof wilderness area. It is one of seven municipalities in the district. The Gamtoos Valley is recognised as one of the prime exporting areas for citrus and avocado pears. It also competes with the best that South Africa has to offer with its potato crops. Port St Francis, situated in St Francis Bay, is home to the squid industry. The squid, normally referred to as ‘chokka’, is mainly export quality but is available locally as one of the area’s prized products. The Kouga region is of strategic importance in the energy industry. Two large wind farms are already in operation in the area, with more to follow. The area is also home to Thyspunt, one of the sites under consideration for Eskom’s proposed new nuclear power station. Kouga has great development opportunities and astute businessmen and women can take advantage of the diverse economic heritage that the Kouga area offers to entrepreneurs. The seat of Kouga, Jeffreys Bay, is situated roughly 80km from Port Elizabeth. The town is world-renowned for its ‘Supertubes’ surfing spot while ‘Bruce’s Beauties’ at Cape St Francis also attract surfers from all over the globe. The clean, safe beaches are exploited by many a tourist, with a large number making an annual pilgrimage to the sandy shores to enjoy a relaxed yet vibrant holiday. Area: 2 670km2 Cities/Towns: Cape St Francis, Hankey, Humansdorp, Jeffreys Bay, Loerie, Oyster Bay, Patensie, St Francis Bay, Thornhill Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, fishing, tourism, retail

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 112 941 No Schooling: 3.8% Households: 35 236

Population Growth: 3.10% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 35.0% Formal Dwellings: 75.0%

(Portfolio: Infrastructure, Planning and Development), Frances Baxter (Portfolio: Tourism and Creative Industries), Hattingh Bornman (Portfolio: Corporate Services) Municipal Manager: Charl du Plessis Chief Financial Officer: Selwyn Thys Communications Officer: Laura-Leigh Randall LED Officer: Vivian Blauw Other Senior Management: Krishen Moodley (Director: Corporate Services), Victor Felton (Director: Infrastructure, Planning and Development)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

Brenton Williams (Portfolio: Finance), Bryan Dhludhlu (Portfolio: LED), Daniel Benson (Portfolio: Social Services), Freddy Campher

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure

R’000

R’000

R’000

678 061

665 836

672 067 596 216

672 116

641 956

Surplus/(Deficit)

5 945

23 880

75 851

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

57 319

85 660

118 477 128 750

Total Current Assets

159 251

166 562

Total Current Liabilities

141 300

196 003

179 313

2 436 873

2 410 656

2 386 776

Operating Cash Flow

116 410

152 222

155 011

Cash at Year End

84 254

78 573

39 682

n/a

117 218

2 286

2015/16

2014/15

866

947

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Water Electricity

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: DA 17, ANC 12 Controlling Party: DA Mayor: Ms Elza van Lingen Other Members of Council: Horatio Hendricks (Speaker),

2016/17

Sewerage

Inside Yard Households - Free Basic Service Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

6

29

26

26

6

5

239 193

222 583

2015/16

2014/15

26 619

21 885

7 647

7 462

28 561

28 561

7 647

7 462

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

16 284

12 464

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

10 618

11 625

Ventilated Pit Latrine Bucket System Other Households - Free Basic Service

420

540

3 885

1 351

129

150

7 647

7 462

KOUKAMMA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (EC109) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X011, Kareedouw, 6400 PHYSICAL: 5 Keet Street, Kareedouw TEL: 042 288 7200 FAX: 042 288 0797 EMAIL: koukamma@koukamma.gov.za WEB: www.koukammamunicipality.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Koukamma Local Municipality is situated in the Sarah Baartman District Municipality alongside the Indian Ocean coastline in the south-western area of the Eastern Cape Province. The Western Cape Province is not far to the west. Koukamma neighbours the Dr Beyers Naudé Local Municipality in the north and the Kouga Local Municipality to the east. It is one of seven municipalities in the district. The administrative centre for the Koukamma Municipality is Kareedouw, and Tweeriviere is considered the commercial centre.

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Koukamma is a relatively poor area that reports high unemployment and low levels of literacy. Settlements are scattered and far from each other, which poses challenges to the development of infrastructure and basic services such as water, sewage, electricity and sanitation. Storms River is the primary tourism centre within the municipality. The coastal belt includes the well-known Tsitsikamma area. The Langkloof area is surrounded by the Tsitsikamma Mountains. The coastal area is characterised by a diverse and fast-growing economy, a fast-growing population linked to economic opportunities, a good water supply, and a wealth of holiday destinations and indigenous forests. Area: 3 642km2 Cities/Towns: Clarkson, Joubertina, Kareedouw, Krakeel River, Louterwater, Misgund, Nompumelelo, Sanddrif, Storms River, Woodlands Main Economic Sectors: Tourism, agriculture

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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Population: 43 688 No Schooling: 2.2% Households: 11 583

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Population Growth: 1.63% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 28.4% Formal Dwellings: 93.4%

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Composition of Council: ANC 6, DA 5 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Mpumelelo Samuel Vuso Other Members of Council: Mpumelelo Samuel Vuso (Mayor and

Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

2015/16

2014/15

152

207

R’000

R’000

R’000

126 429

123 151

129 496

Total Expenditure

130 750

127 286

127 311

Surplus/(Deficit)

(4 321)

(4 135)

2 185

15 791

17 541

26 032

Total Current Assets

39 272

27 763

21 223

Total Current Liabilities

53 927

42 780

36 645

297 375

305 118

309 254 15 995

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS 14 198

16 371

Cash at Year End

Operating Cash Flow

705

1 002

166

UIFW EXPENDITURE

n/a

1 376

17 090

2015/16

2014/15

10 124

10 124

<200m from Yard

505

505

>200m from Yard

136

136

Households - Free Basic Service

2 064

2 064

Total Customer Entities Served

12 320

12 300

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Water

Electricity

Sewerage

Households - Free Basic Service

2 345

2 345

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

7 505

7 505

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

914

914

Ventilated Pit Latrine

416

416

339

339

2 064

2 064

1

29

Bucket System

16

16

Households - Free Basic Service

1

0

42 821

42 017

2014/15

Total Revenue

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

Speaker), Jessie Plaatjies (Chief Whip and Portfolio Chairperson: Corporate Services), Fundiswa Estelle Herman (Portfolio Chairperson: Strategic Planning and Local Economic Development), Fuzile Jan Yake (Portfolio Chairperson: Budget and Treasury), Graham Godfrey Mervin Golliath (Portfolio Chairperson: Social and Community Services), Hester Paulina Pullen (Portfolio Chairperson: Technical and Infrastructure Services), Francois Strydom, James Richard Krige, Cecilia Reeders, Kerneels Smit, Pretorious Bernads Municipal Manager: Mr Pumelelo Maxwell Kate Chief Financial Officer: Ms Nydine Venter Communications Officer: Ms Siphokazi Nonyukela LED Officer: Mr Mandisi Mpumlwana (Director: Strategic and Local Economic Development) Other Senior Management: Thozamile Sompani (Director: Social and Community Services), Ms Olwethu Kwababana (Director: Technical and Infrastructure Services)

2015/16

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

AUDIT OUTCOME

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2016/17

EASTERN CAPE

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

MAKANA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (EC104) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 176, Grahamstown, 6140 PHYSICAL: City Hall, High Street, Grahamstown TEL: 046 603 6131 FAX: 046 622 9700 EMAIL: info@makana.gov.za WEB: www.makana.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Makana Local Municipality is a Category B municipality located in the Eastern Cape Province on the south-eastern seaboard and in the western part of the Eastern Cape Province. It is one of the seven municipalities in the Sarah Baartman District Municipality. With the cities of Port Elizabeth 120km to the west and East London 180km to the east, Makana Municipality is strategically situated between two of the province’s largest industrial centres. Both coastal cities are served by well-equipped container ports and have major airports linking them to Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg. The Makana area has nearly a million hectares devoted to game. A range of public and private nature reserves span the area, from the world-famous Shamwari in the west to the magnificent Double Drift and Kwandwe Reserves in the east. Grahamstown is the hub of the Makana Municipality and has more than 70 declared National Heritage Sites. One of these is the highest church spire in the country. Grahamstown was founded in 1812 and is entrenched in historical events, from the 1820 Settlers to a 100-yearold university. It also hosts some of the oldest schools. It is the seat of Rhodes University, as well as other prominent and internationally acclaimed primary and high schools. Rhodes University is a 104-year-old internationally recognised institution with a well-established reputation for academic excellence. Each year, Grahamstown comes alive with activity when the National Arts Festival comes to town. Visitors get the chance to see performances from national artists, experience the local markets, and get a taste of culture and indigenous cuisines. Area: 4 376km2 Cities/Towns: Alicedale, Grahamstown, Riebeek East, Sidbury

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Main Economic Sectors: Government (51.5%), trade (15.6%), finance and business services (15.3%), manufacturing (7.1%), agriculture (4.4%), transport and communication (2.9%), construction (2.1%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 82 060 No Schooling: 3.6% Households: 22 700

Population Growth: 0.47% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 40.0% Formal Dwellings: 90.7%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 17, DA 8, EFF 2 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Nomhle Gaga Other Members of Council: Y Vara (Speaker), M Matyumza (ANC Chief Whip and Chairperson: Infrastructural Development Portfolio Committee), N Masoma (Chairperson: Finance, Administration, Monitoring and Evaluation), E Louw (Chairperson: LED and Planning), P Matyumza (Chairperson: Public Safety and Community Service), M Khubalo (Chairperson: Tourism and Cultural Industries) Municipal Manager: Nomthandazo Mazwayi (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Nontobeko Faith Siwahla Communications Officer: Mrs Yoliswa Ramakolo LED Officer: Riana Meiring Other Senior Management: Daluxolo Mlenzana (Acting Director: Engineering and Infrastructure), Nomthandazo Mazwayi (Director: Corporate and Shared Services), William Welkom (Acting Director: Public Safety and Community Services)

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

2015/16

2014/15

674

599

8

13

46

46

8

13

153 541

144 636

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Qualified audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

465 379

402 108

356 278

Total Expenditure

422 210

471 524

413 072

Surplus/(Deficit)

43 168

(69 416)

(56 793)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

43 168

28 624

41 500

AUDIT OUTCOME

EASTERN CAPE

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Water

<200m from Yard Households - Free Basic Service

Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

Sewerage

Ventilated Pit Latrine

Total Current Assets

278 677

56 641

98 087

Bucket System

Total Current Liabilities

281 005

181 793

167 153

Households - Free Basic Service

1 043 057

833 592

889 236

Operating Cash Flow

57 188

12 067

130 341

Cash at Year End

12 629

5 560

91 278

n/a

85 096

38 069

Community Wealth/Equity

2015/16

2014/15

24 304

24 095

870

870

6 381

6 212

26 999

25 845

6 599

6 212

19 207

19 207

459

459

1 524

1 524

244

244

6 381

6 212

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE

NDLAMBE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (EC105) CONTACT DETAILS

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

POSTAL: PO Box 13, Port Alfred, 6170 PHYSICAL: 47 Campbell Street, Port Alfred TEL: 046 604 5500 FAX: 046 624 2669 WEB: www.ndlambe.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Ndlambe Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Sarah Baartman District Municipality in the Eastern Cape Province. It is bordered by Makana to the north, the Atlantic Ocean to the south, Ngqushwa to the east and Sundays River Valley to the west. It is the smallest of the seven municipalities in the district, making up only 3% of its geographical area. The Ndlambe municipal area forms part of the Eastern Coastal Zone, which can be described as having a pristine coastal area, wellpreserved river mouths and intertidal areas, diverse vegetation, relatively low density development along the coast, and major tourism potential. Area: 1 841km2 Cities/Towns: Alexandria, Bathurst, Boknes/Cannon Rocks, Bushmans River, Kenton-on-Sea, Port Alfred, Seafield

AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Qualified audit

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

340 695

311 760

320 709

Total Expenditure

285 940

320 843

321 900

Surplus/(Deficit)

19 852

(10 140)

34 769

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

40 917

30 718

30 739 63 347

Total Current Assets

92 386

68 931

Total Current Liabilities

78 429

74 012

72 722

Community Wealth/Equity

711 314

689 176

699 316 41 077

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

60 358

37 251

Cash at Year End

48 847

31 356

28 721

n/a

267 188

226 367

2015/16

2014/15

445

447

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions

0

2

20

20

128 011

106 271

2015/16

2014/15

21 831

14 228

<200m from Yard

1 387

1 387

>200m from Yard

218

218

Households - Free Basic Service

8 205

8 108

Total Customer Entities Served

18 824

18 824

Households - Free Basic Service

6 472

6 339

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

12 617

1 218

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

4 831

4 831

Ventilated Pit Latrine

3 978

3 978

Other

2 010

0

4 406

4 343

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Managerial Positions

Population: 63 180 No Schooling: 7.3% Households: 20 818

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

Population Growth: 0.73% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 30.6% Formal Dwellings: 89.3%

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 13, DA 6, EFF 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Phindile Faxi Other Members of Council: Nonkululeko Vivian Maphaphu (Speaker),

Water

Electricity

Andile Marasi (Chief Whip) Municipal Manager: Adv Rolly Dumezweni

Sewerage

Households - Free Basic Service

SUNDAYS RIVER VALLEY LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (EC106) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 47, Kirkwood, 6120 PHYSICAL: 31 Middle Street, Kirkwood, 6120 TEL: 042 230 7700/0077 FAX: 042 230 1799 WEB: www.srvm.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Sundays River Valley Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Sarah Baartman District in the Eastern Cape Province. It is approximately 50km from the Coega Industrial Zone in the Nelson Mandela Bay Metro. It is one of seven municipalities in the district.

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

The valley is characterised by harsh climate conditions, with summer temperatures rising in excess of 40˚C. Rainfall is spread over the year and is between 250-500mm per annum. The valley is also characterised by wide, fertile flood plains and is associated with low-lying land and steep, less fertile slopes. The area outside the Sundays River Valley includes the Paterson area, the coastal belt, and the west of Alexandria. The municipality boasts ecotourism and agricultural potential. The Addo Elephant National Park and citrus production are two important economic drivers in the Sundays River Valley Municipality. Area: 5 995km2

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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transport, construction

Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

Population Growth: 2.10% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 17.0% Formal Dwellings: 84.2%

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

Composition of Council: ANC 11, DA 4, EFF 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mrs Nombulelo Bixa Other Members of Council: Mrs Nombulelo Bixa (Mayor and Portfolio

Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

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2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Adverse audit

Disclaimer

R’000

R’000

R’000

223 858 211 982 11 876 46 369

186 588 167 877 18 711 33 479

210 743 189 015 21 728 44 633

105 376 33 792 612 889

45 273 42 976 499 667

44 743 54 603 480 956

33 390 1 229 n/a

21 337 5 050 114 704

67 472 20 363 84 352

2015/16

2014/15

11 161 676 548 4 560 13 538 4 588 6 936 7 110 1 160 2 952 2 273

11 161 676 548 4 560 13 452 4 588 6 936 7 110 1 160 2 952 2 273

CASH FLOWS

Head: Finance and Administration), Simphiwe Happyboy Rune (Speaker), Frans Adams (Chief Whip), P R Blouw (Portfolio Head: Community Services), F Dancy (Portfolio Head: Engineering Services) Municipal Manager: Mr Sidney Fadi Chief Financial Officer: Mrs Nkosazana Ponco Communications Officer: Ms Vuyiseka Aviwe Mboxela LED Officer: Mr Tembile Dlamini Other Senior Management: Thembekile Machelesi (Director: Corporate Services), Ms Ntombikayise Mnyengeza (Director: Community Services), Mr Mpumezo Ndzuzo (Director: Technical Services)

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 59 793 No Schooling: 5.8% Households: 17 221

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2015/16

2014/15

214

214

45

45

8

8

53 666

46 500

Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE SERVICE DELIVERY*

Inside Yard <200m from Yard Water >200m from Yard Households - Free Basic Service Total Customer Entities Served Electricity Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Flush Toilet - Septic Tank Ventilated Pit Latrine Sewerage Bucket System Other Households - Free Basic Service

EASTERN CAPE

Cities/Towns: Addo, Kirkwood, Paterson Main Economic Sectors: Community services, trade, finance, agriculture,

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FREE STATE

KEY STATISTICS GEOGRAPHY LAND AREA 129 825km2

METSIMAHOLO

LAND PERCENTAGE 10.6%

MAFUBE

NGWATHE

PEOPLE

NALA

PHUMELELA

MOQHAKA NKETOANA

TSWELOPELE

2 834 714

MATJHABENG

DIHLABENG TOKOLOGO

MASILONYANA

MALUTI-A-PHOFUNG

1 058 846

POPULATION

YOUTH (15-34 YEARS)

SETSOTO

94,9

37,4

SEX RATIO (MALES/100 FEMALES)

YOUTH PROPORTION

24.7%

5.5%

EDUCATION

POVERTY HEADCOUNT

MANTSOPA LETSEMENG

MANGAUNG

KOPANONG

FEZILE DABI MOHOKARE

LEJWELEPUTSWA THABO MOFUTSANYANA XHARIEP

(GRADE 12 – AGED 20+)

UNEMPLOYMENT*

The Free State is located in the geographical centre of South Africa, bordered by the Northern Cape, Eastern Cape, North West, Mpumalanga, KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng Provinces, as well as Lesotho. The Free State is a rural province of farmland, mountains, goldfields and widely dispersed towns. Although the Free State is the third-largest province in South Africa, it has the second-smallest population and the second-lowest population density. It covers an area of 129 825km2 and has a population of 2 834 714 – 5.1% of the national population. Its capital is Bloemfontein, which is South Africa’s judicial capital. Other important towns include Welkom, Kroonstad, Sasolburg and Bethlehem. The economy is dominated by agriculture, mining and manufacturing. Known as the ‘bread basket’ of South Africa, about 90% of the province is under cultivation for crop production. It produces approximately 34% of the total maize production of South Africa, 37% of wheat, 53% of sorghum, 33% of potatoes, 18% of red meat, 30% of groundnuts and 15% of wool. The province is the world’s fifth-largest gold producer, with mining the major employer. It is a leader in the chemicals industry, being home to the giant synthetic fuels company, Sasol. The Vredefort Dome, 10km in diameter, about 100km south-west of Johannesburg, is South Africa’s seventh World Heritage Site. The Free State is divided into one metropolitan municipality (Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality) and four district municipalities, which are further subdivided into 18 local municipalities.

31.8%

38.5%

OFFICIAL RATE

EXPANDED RATE

HOUSING HOUSEHOLD SIZE 3,3

HOUSEHOLDS 946 639 83.6%

1.6%

14.0%

FORMAL DWELLINGS

TRADITIONAL DWELLINGS

INFORMAL DWELLINGS

HOUSEHOLD SERVICES ACCESS TO PIPED WATER

93.3%

FLUSH/CHEMICAL TOILET

74.3%

CONNECTED TO ELECTRICITY

94.0%

Sources: Community Survey 2016 – Provinces at a glance, published by Stats SA. *Unemployment figures from Quarterly Labour Force Survey, Quarter 3, 2017, published by Stats SA.

FREE STATE MUNICIPALITIES Mangaung

69

Fezile Dabi District Mafube Metsimaholo Moqhaka Ngwathe

70 70 71 72 72

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Lejweleputswa District Masilonyana Matjhabeng Nala Tokologo Tswelopele

74 75 75 76 76 77

Thabo Mofutsanyana District 78 Dihlabeng 78 Maluti-A-Phofung 79 Mantsopa 80 Nketoana 80 Phumelela 81 Setsoto 81

Xhariep District Kopanong Letsemeng Mohokare

82 83 83 84

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MANGAUNG METROPOLITAN MUNICIPALITY (MAN) CONTACT DETAILS

FREE STATE

Soutpan

POSTAL: PO Box 3704, Bloemfontein, 9300 PHYSICAL: Bram Fischer Building, Nelson Mandela Drive & Markgraaff Street, Bloemfontein TEL: 051 405 8911 FAX: 051 405 8707 WEB: www.mangaung.co.za

OVERVIEW

!

Bloemfontein Thaba Nchu

Description: The Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality is a Category A municipality. It is situated in the Free State Province, in the central interior of South Africa. The Free State is bordered by the Gauteng, Eastern Cape, Northern Cape, KwaZulu-Natal and North West Provinces, as well as by the neighbouring country of Lesotho. Mangaung, meaning ‘Place of the Cheetahs’, accentuates the vibrant, dynamic and energetic character of the tourism industry in the ‘At the Heart of it All’. The economy is strongly driven by the government sector, which has seen the fastest growth in the last five years as a result of increased government programmes in livelihoods improvement interventions. The finance sector is the second-fastest growing sector due to very active estate and construction activities. Small businesses have a major role to play in the South African, and especially the Mangaung, economy in terms of employment creation, income generation and output growth. It is estimated that more than 12 million people in South Africa are actively involved in the SMME sector, which accounts for approximately 60% of all employment in the economy and 40% of output. In an area such as Mangaung, with its relatively high levels of unemployment and poverty, it can be expected that the SMME sector plays an even more important role in job creation and poverty alleviation. The informal economy makes an important contribution to the economic and social life of Mangaung. Due to the decline in formal employment and consequent increase in unemployment, many people seek alternative means of earning an income. Area: 9 886km2 Cities/Towns: Bloemfontein, Botshabelo, Dewetsdorp, Mangaung, Soutpan, Thaba Nchu, Van Stadensrus, Wepener Main Economic Sectors: Community services (35.3%), finance (26.8%), trade (16%), transport (11.8%), manufacturing (3.5%)

Botshabelo

MANGAUNG

Dewetsdorp

Wepener

Van Stadensrus

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

5 709 110

5 547 936

6 586 646

5 965 169

5 478 658

989 425

(256 059)

69 277

124 191

1 683 063

1 303 817

Total Current Assets

2 803 441

2 097 954

2 176 050

Total Current Liabilities

2 519 078

2 362 344

1 598 785

14 640 464

13 494 772

13 747 078

1 258 549

1 074 026

899 098

920 738

325 679

312 911

n/a

688 454

1 014 291

2015/16

2014/15

Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

2014/15

R’000

Population: 787 803 No Schooling: 5.2% Households: 265 561

Population Growth: 0.37% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 46.1% Formal Dwellings: 87.1%

2015/16

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified 7 576 071

Total Revenue

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

2016/17

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Total Employment Positions

8 613

7 803

Composition of Council: ANC 58, DA 27, EFF 9, AIC 2, VF PLUS 2,

Vacant Positions

4 315

3 905

286

254

ANA 1, COPE 1

Managerial Positions

Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Olly Mlamleli Other Members of Council: Mxolisi Siyonzana (Speaker),

Vacant Managerial Positions

Zolile Mangcotywa (Whip), Mpolokeng Mahase (MMC: Community and Social Services), Lebohang Masoetsa (Deputy Executive Mayor and MMC: Infrastructure and Public Works), Mafa Nkhabu (MMC: Spatial Planning and Use Management), Lulama Titi-Odili (MMC: Finance, IDP and Performance Management), Xolo Pongolo (Environmental Management), Morake Molefi (MMC: Human Settlements and Housing), Matebello Ratsiu (MMC: Corporate Services), Patrick Monyakoana (MMC: Public Safety and Security Services), Vuyelwa Jonas (MMC: SMME and Rural Development) Municipal Manager: Adv Tankiso Mea Chief Financial Officer: Mr Ernest Mohlahlo Communications Officer: Mr Qondile Khedama LED Officer: Mr Bongani Mathae Other Senior Management: Bheki Mthembu (Head: Planning), Mzingisi Nkungwane (Head: Social Services), Jupitor Phaladi (Head: Human Settlement and Housing), Mlondolozi Ndlovu (Head: Engineering Services)

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Water

<200m from Yard

Electricity

Sewerage

127

108

1 475 948

1 310 990

2015/16

2014/15

171 132

163 251

0

3 880

Households - Free Basic Service

24 753

26 889

Total Customer Entities Served

208 214

197 243

Households - Free Basic Service

23 372

26 889

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

121 418

118 306

Ventilated Pit Latrine

48 976

50 221

2 107

3 974

Bucket System Other Households - Free Basic Service

40

40

29 034

26 889

Note: Naledi Local Municipality was merged into Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality on 3 August 2016. Financial, Employment and Service Delivery information prior to the 2016/17 financial year only includes figures for Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality. View historical information for Naledi Local Municipality at municipalities.co.za.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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FEZILE DABI DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC20)

FREE STATE

CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 10, Sasolburg, 1947 PHYSICAL: John Vorster Road, Sasolburg TEL: 016 970 8600 FAX: 016 970 8733 EMAIL: info@feziledabi.gov.za WEB: www.feziledabi.gov.za

Sasolburg

Vredefort

Vierfontein

Oranjeville Villiers

Viljoenskroon

NGWATHE

Description: The Fezile Dabi District Municipality is a Category C municipality, formerly known as the Northern Free State District Municipality, situated in the north of the Free State. It is bordered by the North West, Gauteng and Mpumalanga Provinces to the north, Thabo Mofutsanyana District to the south, and Lejweleputswa District to the west. The municipality is the smallest district in the province, making up 16% of its geographical area. It consists of four local municipalities: Moqhaka, Metsimaholo, Ngwathe and Mafube. The main attraction site, the Vredefort Dome, being the third-largest meteorite site in the world, is located within the district. Area: 20 668km2 Main Economic Sectors: Trade (22%), community services (20%), manufacturing (13%), households (13%), agriculture (12%), finance (7%), construction (6%), transport (5%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Population Growth: 0.31% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 39.2% Formal Dwellings: 85.6%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

MAFUBE

Koppies

OVERVIEW

Population: 494 777 No Schooling: 6.7% Households: 172 370

METSIMAHOLO

Parys

MOQHAKA

Heilbron

Edenville

Frankfort

Cornelia

Tweeling

Kroonstad Steynsrus

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Unaudited Clean audit unqualified

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

151 106

156 158

154 561

Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities

Composition of Council: ANC 19, DA 7, EFF 5 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: A M Oliphant Other Members of Council: L Kubeka (Speaker), V de Beer

Community Wealth/Equity

(Finance and Acting Community, Health and Environmental Services), P Modikoe (Corporate Support Services), J Mareka (LED and Tourism), M Moshodi (Social Development) Municipal Manager: Ms Lindi Molibeli Chief Financial Officer: Mr Gcobani Mashiyi Communications Officer: Mr Thomas Nopheche LED Officer: Mrs Vicky Moloi (Director: LED and Tourism) Other Senior Management: Adv Andile Mini (Director: Corporate Services)

UIFW EXPENDITURE

165 165

176 519

184 707

(14 059)

(20 361)

(30 146)

3 702

7 986

4 324

187 710

93 855

111 444

13 623

32 334

29 429

138 583

74 123

95 495

(8 027)

(23 303)

(34 071)

91 043

63 847

75 672

n/a

4 398

29

2015/16

2014/15

196

214

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions

22

27

Managerial Positions

37

37

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

3

3

95 256

86 871

MAFUBE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (FS205) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 2, Frankfort, 9830 PHYSICAL: 64 JJ Hadebe Street, Frankfort TEL: 058 813 1051/9700/9718 FAX: 058 813 3072 WEB: www.mafubemunicipality.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Mafube Local Municipality is a Category B municipality in the Fezile Dabi District of the Free State Province. It is one of the four municipalities in the district, making up almost a quarter of its geographical area. The name is a Sesotho word meaning ‘dawning of the new day’. Frankfort remains the growth point in Mafube, and plays a major role in terms of regional service provision and industrial and commercial development. Frankfort is situated 55km east of Heilbron and approximately 120km south-east of Sasolburg. Frankfort is a typicallydeveloped small town, serving the predominant surrounding agricultural community. The Greater Tweeling area is located approximately 150km east of Sasolburg and 350km north-east of Bloemfontein, and is situated adjacent to the Frankfort/Reitz Primary Road. Other larger centres, such as Vereeniging and Vanderbijlpark, are all within 160km of Tweeling.

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Primary agricultural activities include sheep and cattle farming, maize, and sunflower seed production. The Villiers Town area is situated on the banks of the Vaal River, adjacent to the N3 National Road between Gauteng and Durban. In relation to other major centres, the town is located 120km from Johannesburg, 80km from Vereeniging and 117km from Sasolburg. Villiers is predominantly agriculture-orientated, where products such as maize, sunflower, wheat, grain, sorghum, meat and dairy are produced. Villiers functions as the main concentration point for products in the district, from where they are directly exported. The grain silos in Villiers, together with other grain silos in the district, have a storage capacity of 273 000 tons. The Greater Cornelia area is situated 40km east of Frankfort, 160km east of Sasolburg and 32km south-east of Villiers. The town is situated adjacent to the R103 Secondary Road between Warden and Villiers. Cornelia typically developed as a small town serving the predominant surrounding agricultural community. Area: 3 971km2 Cities/Towns: Cornelia, Frankfort, Tweeling, Villiers Main Economic Sectors: Community services (28.1%), manufacturing (24%), agriculture (13.9%), finance (12.1%), trade (9%), transport (7%), construction (4.5%)

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Population: 57 574 No Schooling: 10.6% Households: 18 745

FINANCIAL POSITION

Population Growth: -0.12% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 38.6% Formal Dwellings: 78.8%

Mafube Local Municipality has been placed under S139 administration. Composition of Council: ANC 13, DA 2, EFF 1, VF PLUS 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Jabulani Eliot Sigasa Other Members of Council: Thandi Moloi (Speaker), Madise Mosia (Chief Whip), J J Hlongwane (LED) Municipal Manager: Mr A N Hlubi (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr A N Hlubi Communications Officer: Sipho Radebe LED Officer: Ernest Nxayi Other Senior Management: Ms Zandile Tshabalala (Head: Community Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Disclaimer

Disclaimer

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

228 215

217 811

209 241

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Total Current Assets

Total Expenditure

186 259

267 891

264 202

Surplus/(Deficit)

41 956

(50 080)

(54 961)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE

41 932

9 032

14 083

2015/16

2014/15

74 316

144 434

76 349

60 347

376 465

295 214

1 096 895

490 671

532 427 28 437

Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

2016/17

CASH FLOWS 41 833

188

Cash at Year End

Operating Cash Flow

202

192

2 013

UIFW EXPENDITURE

n/a

12

130 211

2015/16

2014/15

660

492

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions

212

53

Managerial Positions

30

30

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Water Electricity Sewerage

7

6

82 716

78 257

2015/16

2014/15

19 049

18 866

<200m from Yard

1 695

1 878

Households - Free Basic Service

4 601

4 601

20 010

19 483

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

4 601

4 601

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Bucket System Households - Free Basic Service

16 747 3 997 4 601

16 522 4 210 4 601

2015/16

2014/15

FREE STATE

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

METSIMAHOLO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (FS204) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 60, Sasolburg, 1947 PHYSICAL: Civic Centre, Fichardt Street, Sasolburg TEL: 016 973 8300 FAX: 016 973 2191 WEB: www.metsimaholo.gov.za

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

957 876

919 307

967 143

OVERVIEW

Total Expenditure

903 773

881 884

809 028

Description: The Metsimaholo Local Municipality is a Category B

Surplus/(Deficit)

54 103

37 423

158 115

municipality located within the Fezile Dabi District of the Free State Province. It is the smallest of four municipalities in the district, making up 8% of its geographical area. The municipality was established in 2000 through the amalgamation of the then Sasolburg, Deneysville and Oranjeville Transitional Local Councils. The dominance of Sasolburg, owing to its population density and its proximity to the economically active City of Johannesburg, provides the area with the opportunity of being declared the head office of the entire Metsimaholo Municipality. Metsimaholo means ‘big water’ in Sesotho. Area: 1 717km2 Cities/Towns: Deneysville, Kragbron, Oranjeville, Sasolburg Main Economic Sectors: Manufacturing, retail, community services

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

94 638

116 620

188 268

260 008

246 740

229 135

261 248

248 976

207 983

1 185 213

1 131 347

1 093 924

Operating Cash Flow

81 260

77 266

44 755

Cash at Year End

12 628

14 345

26 195

n/a

45 230

137 274

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 163 564 No Schooling: 9.3% Households: 59 113

Population Growth: 2.10% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 43.0% Formal Dwellings: 87.4%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

2014/15

Total Employment Positions

1 181

1 041

Vacant Positions

370

101

42

41

Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions

4

0

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

245 629

189 137

SERVICE DELIVERY*

2015/16

2014/15

48 185

39 899

<200m from Yard

2 537

2 635

>200m from Yard

4 561

4 561

Inside Yard

Composition of Council: ANC 16, DA 11, EFF 8, SACP 3, AIC 1, MCA 1, F4SD 1, VF PLUS 1

Controlling Party: Hung Council Mayor: Moses Moremi (Administrator) Municipal Manager: Mr S M Molala Chief Financial Officer: Mr Ahmed Lambat Communications Officer: Dr Gino Alberts (Communications Manager) Other Senior Management: M J Maseola (Director: Organisational Development and Corporate Services), S Mokgatle (Director: Technical and Infrastructural Services), L S Lempe (Director: Social Services), A J Monyaki (Director: LED and Urban Planning)

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Water

Electricity

Households - Free Basic Service

27 291

8 631

Total Customer Entities Served

38 063

38 063

Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

Sewerage

5 116

8 631

23 696

23 696

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

1 200

1 200

Bucket System

2 500

2 500

Other

12 600

9 956

Households - Free Basic Service

29 043

8 631

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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MOQHAKA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (FS201) CONTACT DETAILS

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

POSTAL: PO Box 302, Kroonstad, 9500 PHYSICAL: Hill Street, Kroonstad TEL: 056 216 9911 FAX: 056 216 9122 WEB: www.moqhaka.gov.za

Population: 154 732 No Schooling: 3.8% Households: 53 601

Population Growth: -0.84% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 38.2% Formal Dwellings: 85.9%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT OVERVIEW Description: The Moqhaka Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the southern part of the Fezile Dabi District in the Free State Province. It is the largest of four municipalities in the district, making up over a third of its geographical area. The former Kroonstad, Steynsrus and Viljoenskroon Transitional Local Councils and sections of the Riemland, Kroonkop and Koepel Transitional Rural Councils are included in the municipality. The seat of local government is Kroonstad. The community name is the south Sesotho word for ‘crown’. The general tendency of migration from rural to urban areas is also occurring in the area, as is the case in the rest of the Free State Province. In comparison to the other municipalities within the Fezile Dabi District, it appears as if Moqhaka is significantly less urbanised. The Greater Kroonstad area is the centre of a large agricultural community that plays an important role in the economy of the district. Subsequently, industrial activities contribute significantly to the district’s economy. The Department of Correctional Services and the School of Engineers military bases are situated in the town. Kroonstad has recently become a distinguished holiday destination due to the ultra-modern and popular holiday resort of Kroonpark, adjacent to the Vals River. The urban area is situated adjacent to the N1 National Road, and located adjacent to one of the largest and most important four-way railway junctions in South Africa. The Viljoenskroon/Rammulotsi urban area is located within an area of extreme agricultural significance. The urban area plays a significant role in providing residential opportunities to the adjacent goldfields and mining activities in the North West province. The Provincial Roads P15/1 and P15/2 from Kroonstad to Klerksdorp in the North West province extend through the area from north to south. The Steynsrus/Matlwangtlwang urban area is situated approximately 45km east of Kroonstad and 92km west of Bethlehem. The major link road between Bethlehem and Kroonstad stretches adjacent to the urban area. Area: 7 925km2 Cities/Towns: Kroonstad, Renovaal, Steynsrus, Vierfontein, Viljoenskroon Main Economic Sectors: Agiculture, commercial transport, business services, mining

Composition of Council: ANC 27, DA 11, EFF 4, VF PLUS 2, COPE 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Tshidi Koloi Municipal Manager: Mr Simon Moqwathi Chief Financial Officer: Mr Thuso Marumo FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Unaudited unqualified

Qualified audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

691 471 837 074 (145 603) 52 046

720 300 804 202 (83 902) 108 918

668 936 656 215 12 720 80 366

164 114 324 871 2 090 771

130 623 207 303 2 235 292

148 192 140 062 2 319 194

51 211 6 312 n/a

90 219 11 846 221 949

89 694 30 560 169 905

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

2014/15

Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

1 372 532 29 1 227 585

1 287 564 28 3 192 840

SERVICE DELIVERY*

2015/16

2014/15

32 602 400 12 478 33 006 12 478 32 252 750 12 478

32 602 400 11 480 33 002 11 480 32 252 750 11 480

Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

Inside Yard <200m from Yard Water Households - Free Basic Service Total Customer Entities Served Electricity Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Sewerage Bucket System Households - Free Basic Service

NGWATHE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (FS203) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 359, Parys, 9585 PHYSICAL: Liebenburg Street, Parys TEL: 056 816 2700 FAX: 056 816 2146 WEB: www.ngwathe.fs.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Ngwathe Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated in the northern part of the Fezile Dabi District in the Free State. The Vaal River forms the northern boundary of the area, which also serves as the boundary between the Free State, Gauteng and North West Provinces. It is one of four municipalities in the district, making up a third of its geographical area. The Renoster River also drains through the region and is dammed up in the vicinity of Koppies in a series of dams, namely the Weltevrede, Rooipoort and Koppies Dams. The rivers, together with the respective dams, are prominent water sources for agricultural purposes in the region. Other prominent topographical features include the Vredefort Dome in Parys. The form of the dome consists of a central cone of granite surrounded by concentric ridges of quartzite belonging to

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

the Witwatersrand System. The Parys District has unique natural and environmental assets, like the Vaal River, with several islands in the proximity of Parys, and the Vredefort Dome, that present exceptional tourism potential. Parys has a well-developed airfield that supports commercial and tourism development in the area. It has a strong commercial component and provides a wide range of services regarding health, education and professional services to the district. Vredefort is the only town that formed the former Vredefort District. The former Heilbron District is predominantly an agricultural area, although major manufacturing industries contribute largely to the Gross Geographic Product of the district. Koppies is located in an area of agricultural significance and mainly provides services in this regard to the surrounding rural areas. The three well-established and developed irrigation schemes subsequently enhance the agricultural character of the area. The strategic location of Koppies between the larger centres of Kroonstad and Sasolburg influence growth and development within the community. The bentonite exploitation near Koppies and the initiative for coal mining in the vicinity of the town provide significant future growth potential.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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Koppies is becoming known for its tourist attractions. Specific reference is made to the R82 Battlefield Route, which consists of several historical battlefields. These that are envisaged to be further developed along with the Koppies Dam Nature Reserve. Edenville is also located in an area of agricultural significance. The main road linking Kroonstad and Heilbron runs adjacent to the area. Area: 7 055km2 Cities/Towns: Edenville, Heilbron, Koppies, Parys, Vredefort Main Economic Sectors: Agricultural, mining, manufacturing, services

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Water Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

Sewerage

39 228

9 473

9 169

42 788

40 272

9 473

9 169

35 305

35 305

Bucket System

195

195

9 473

9 169

2015/16

2014/15

Households - Free Basic Service

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

Population Growth: -0.31% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 35.3% Formal Dwellings: 85.9%

39 228

Households - Free Basic Service

Population: 118 907 No Schooling: 4.8% Households: 40 910

2014/15

Households - Free Basic Service

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

2015/16

2016/17

Financially Financially unqualified unqualified

Unaudited

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

756 541

603 549

515 224

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Total Revenue

Composition of Council: ANC 24, DA 8, EFF 3, VF PLUS 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Joey Mochela Other Members of Council: P Ndayi (Speaker) Municipal Manager: Mr Bruce William Kannemeyer

Total Expenditure

794 175

748 517

805 803

Surplus/(Deficit)

(37 634)

(144 968)

(290 579)

69 920

5 474

68 418

Total Current Assets

103 565

103 565

84 232

Total Current Liabilities

818 237

818 237

660 328

(59 896)

(59 896)

81 940 70 913

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

2015/16

2014/15

879

764

Vacant Positions

90

1

Managerial Positions

32

29

7

1

195 122

189 819

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

344

88 558

(76 078)

8 444

3 085

n/a

311 548

35 466

UIFW EXPENDITURE

LEJWELEPUTSWA DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC18) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 2163, Welkom, 9460 PHYSICAL: Cnr Jan Hofmeyer & Tempest Streets, Welkom TEL: 057 353 3094/5/8/9 FAX: 057 353 3382/057 391 8911 WEB: www.lejwe.co.za

Bothaville

NALA

!

OVERVIEW Hoopstad

Description: The Lejweleputswa District Municipality is a Category C municipality situated in the north-western part of the Free State. It borders the North West Province to the north, Fezile Dabi and Thabo Mofutsanyana to the north-east and east respectively, Mangaung and Xhariep to the south, and the Northern Cape Province to the west. The district makes up almost a third of the province, and consists of the following five local municipalities, with approximately 18 towns distributed throughout: Masilonyana, Tokologo, Tswelopele, Matjhabeng and Nala. It is accessible from Johannesburg, Cape Town, Klerksdorp and Kimberley along the N1, one of the country’s main national roads. Area: 32 287km2 Main Economic Sectors: Mining (31%), construction, transport, electricity, trade

Odendaalsrus Riebeeckstad Whites

!

Welkom Hertzogville

TOKOLOGO Dealesville

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Population Growth: 0.79% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 37.7% Formal Dwellings: 83.2%

AUDIT OUTCOME

M J Meli, M M T Matlabe, M J Pereko, M L Tlhone

R’000

R’000 113 226

119 340

116 626

109 721

1 951

5 212

3 505

3 014

758

930

34 590

70 716

59 313

8 520

16 153

15 101

72 942

95 661

90 983

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

Community Wealth/Equity

142

144

1

1

25

25

1

1

75 072

71 831

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Financially Financially unqualified unqualified 121 838

Total Current Liabilities

2014/15

2014/15

121 291

Total Current Assets

2015/16

Unaudited

2015/16

R’000

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

Municipal Manager: Ms Palesa Kaota Chief Financial Officer: Mr P K Pitso

2016/17

Total Revenue Total Expenditure

Vacant Positions

Winburg

Brandfort

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Surplus/(Deficit)

Managerial Positions

Theunissen

MASILONYANA Verkeerdevlei

Composition of Council: ANC 10, DA 3, EFF 2 (40% PR Seats) Mayor: Sebenzile Ngangelizwe Other Members of Council: P P Maleka, S J Mabitla, M S Sehloho,

Total Employment Positions

MATJHABENG

Boshof

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

Virginia

TSWELOPELE Bultfontein

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 646 920 No Schooling: 4.6% Households: 217 911

Allanridge Wesselsbron

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

10 104

14 655

13 340

Cash at Year End

18 897

30 290

19 944

n/a

680

1 557

UIFW EXPENDITURE

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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CONTACT DETAILS

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

POSTAL: PO Box 8, Theunissen, 9410 PHYSICAL: 47 Le Roux Street, Theunissen, 9410 TEL: 057 733 0106 FAX: 057 733 2417 EMAIL: info@masilonyana.co.za WEB: www.masilonyana.fs.gov.za

Masilonyana Local Municipality has been placed under S139 administration. Composition of Council: ANC 12, DA 4, EFF 2, VF PLUS 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Nontsizi Moshana Municipal Manager: Mr David Nthau (Acting) Communications Officer: Mr Zongezile Ntjwabule

OVERVIEW

FREE STATE

MASILONYANA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (FS181)

Description: The Masilonyana Local Municipality is a Category B municipality located within the Lejweleputswa District in the Free State. It is situated between the province’s biggest municipality, Mangaung Metro, in the south and the second-biggest municipality, Matjhabeng, in the north. It is one of five municipalities in the district. The following former Transitional Local Councils were amalgamated into the municipality: Theunissen, Brandfort, Winburg, Soutpan and Verkeerdevlei. It is an impoverished semi-urban area with a high unemployment rate. The municipality plays host to two toll plazas on two major roads in the province; the Verkeerdevlei Plaza on the N1 is the last before entering Bloemfontein from the north, and the Brandfort Plaza on the former R30 (now ZR Mahabane Road) is situated between Brandfort and Bloemfontein. Brandfort is also known for its rich political history, which includes the National Military Museum on a farm that used to be a concentration camp during the Anglo-Boer War and the Winnie Mandela House, where Mandela was sentenced to House Arrest during the State of Emergency in the 1980s. Theunissen is also situated on the ZR Mahabane Corridor between Bloemfontein and Welkom, and hosts the three mines within the municipal jurisdiction. Winburg has economic potential because of its location, which is 100km west of Bloemfontein, and its linking of Bloemfontein with Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban. It prides itself with the Voortrekker Monument as its Heritage Site, and Masilonyana boasts several game reserves across all its towns. The municipality prides itself on its tourist destinations, such as the Florisbad National Quaternary Research Station. This is where the first human skull was discovered. There are also cooperatives in Soutpan working on the salt lakes to produce salt. Area: 6 618km2 Cities/Towns: Brandfort, Soutpan, Theunissen, Verkeerdevlei, Winburg Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, mining, community services

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

Population Growth: 1.07% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 31.9% Formal Dwellings: 84.0%

Unaudited

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2015/16

2014/15

Disclaimer

Qualified audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

259 973

289 350

251 699 244 677

Total Expenditure

261 205

295 370

Surplus/(Deficit)

(1 232)

(6 020)

7 022

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

22 724

64 000

48 497

Total Current Assets

30 834

41 567

55 017

Total Current Liabilities

23 566

151 831

116 616

696 389

554 384

570 104 47 686

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

23 639

47 704

Cash at Year End

179

1 001

17 699

UIFW EXPENDITURE

n/a

152 213

22 883

2015/16

2014/15

Total Employment Positions

774

729

Vacant Positions

183

184

Managerial Positions

32

30

Vacant Managerial Positions

16

14

92 387

78 172

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Water Electricity

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 62 770 No Schooling: 4.4% Households: 21 558

2016/17

Sewerage

2015/16

2014/15

Inside Yard

17 734

17 734

Households - Free Basic Service

3 600

4 252

Total Customer Entities Served

17 399

17 364

Households - Free Basic Service

3 600

4 252

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

15 160

15 160

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

572

572

Bucket System

857

857

3 600

4 252

Households - Free Basic Service

MATJHABENG LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (FS184) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 708, Welkom, 9460 PHYSICAL: 319 Stateway, Welkom TEL: 057 391 3611 FAX: 057 357 4393 EMAIL: Info@Matjhabeng.co.za WEB: www.matjhabeng.fs.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Matjhabeng Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated in the Lejweleputswa District in the Free State. It is bound by Nala to the north, Masilonyana to the south, Tswelopele to the east and Moqhaka to the west. It is one of five municipalities in the district. Matjhabeng represents the hub of mining activity in the Free State Province. There is one formal land-based protected area in the municipality, being the Willem Pretorius Nature Reserve. There are no Ramsar sites. Grassland is the one biome in the Matjhabeng Municipality. Seven vegetation types are found, namely Bloemfontein Karroid Shrubland, Central Free State Grassland, Highveld Alluvial Vegetation, Highveld Salt Pans, Vaal-Vet Sandy Grassland, Western Free State Clay Grassland and Winburg Grassy Shrubland. There is one endangered ecosystem, covering 11% of the Matjhabeng Municipality.

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

This is the Vaal-Vet Sandy Grassland. There is only one water management area, namely the Middle Vaal. Five rivers run through the municipality, including the Koolspruit, Sand, Sandspruit and Vet. Wetlands cover 5.5% of the Matjhabeng Municipality. Area: 5 690km2 Cities/Towns: Allanridge, Hennenman, Odendaalsrus, Ventersburg, Virginia, Welkom Main Economic Sectors: Mining, manufacturing

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 429 113 No Schooling: 3.0% Households: 149 163

Population Growth: 1.20% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 41.7% Formal Dwellings: 84.5%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 46, DA 15, EFF 6, COPE 1, INDEPENDENT 1, UFC 2, VF PLUS 1

Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Nkosinjani Wilson Speelman Municipal Manager: Mothusi Frank Lepheana Communications Officer: Mr Modise Mahlatsane

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

FREE STATE

2015/16

Financially Unaudited unqualified

R’000

2014/15 Disclaimer

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

2 270 541

1 962 095

1 862 601

Total Expenditure

3 148 588

2 730 407

2 023 363

Surplus/(Deficit)

(878 047)

(768 312)

(160 763)

113 363

134 044

156 275

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Managerial Positions

2015/16

2014/15

2 284

2 379

47

44

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

639 001

580 050

SERVICE DELIVERY*

2015/16

2014/15

90 985

90 951

Inside Yard

Water

<200m from Yard

3 933

3 967

>200m from Yard

2 503

2 503 19 090

Total Current Assets

1 039 692

904 128

1 060 975

Households - Free Basic Service

19 537

Total Current Liabilities

3 797 801

2 732 671

2 222 752

Total Customer Entities Served

91 247

91 185

Community Wealth/Equity

2 163 695

2 976 633

3 727 352

Households - Free Basic Service

19 537

19 090

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

81 360

80 734

Operating Cash Flow

731 906

96 076

157 166

Cash at Year End

(4 875)

8 917

(33)

n/a

1 152 940

821 180

Electricity

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE

Sewerage

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank Bucket System Households - Free Basic Service

32

32

2 750

2 750

19 537

19 090

NALA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (FS185) CONTACT DETAILS

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

POSTAL: Private Bag X15, Bothaville, 9660 PHYSICAL: 8 Preller Street, Bothaville TEL: 056 514 9200 FAX: 056 515 3922 WEB: www.nala.org.za

Composition of Council: ANC 15, EFF 5, DA 3, VF PLUS 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Theko Mogoje Municipal Manager: Mr B C Mokomela

OVERVIEW Description: The Nala Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated in the northern part of the Lejweleputswa District in the Free State. The former Bothaville and Wesselsbron Traditional Local Councils and a section of the Vetvaal Transitional Rural Council were combined to form the Nala Local Municipality. The Bothaville/Kgotsong area is located approximately 50km south of Klerksdorp, 80km north of Welkom and 200km south of Gauteng. Wesselsbron/Monyakeng is situated approximately 70km south-west of Bothaville, approximately 35km west of Welkom/Odendaalsrus and 55km east of Hoopstad. The Nala region is located within a significant agricultural region. It forms part of the so-called ‘Maize Triangle’ of South Africa. Bothaville is strategically located close to the gold mining towns of Klerksdorp/Orkney, whilst Wesselsbron is in close proximity of Welkom/Odendaalsrus. They are directly dependent on these large urban centres for institutional and commercial support. Three major rivers feature prominently in the Free State Province, of which two flow through the Nala Municipality. The Vals River runs from east to west through the town of Bothaville towards the Vaal River, which forms the north-western boundary of the municipality, and the Vet River flows just south of the Wesselsbron district and forms the southern boundary of the Nala region. Both the rivers play a significant role in the provision of water to Bothaville and Wesselsbron respectively. The topography of the area is homogenous, with moderate slopes. The only significant natural feature is the sensitive wetland system found just south of Wesselsbron. Area: 4 129km2 Cities/Towns: Bothaville, Wesselsbron Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 78 515 No Schooling: 8.4% Households: 23 653

Population Growth: -0.77% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 28.7% Formal Dwellings: 77.2%

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2016/17 Unaudited

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially unqualified unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

354 091

346 210

356 283

Total Expenditure

437 203

428 228

405 679

Surplus/(Deficit)

(83 112)

(82 019)

(49 396)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

34 300

37 220

50 729

Total Current Assets

108 432

121 050

110 563

Total Current Liabilities

277 034

324 122

246 199

1 578 592

1 558 847

1 623 942

Operating Cash Flow

6 701

45 411

26 992

Cash at Year End

6 701

11 180

14 877

n/a

69 660

99 663

2015/16

2014/15

535

488

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions

14

0

Managerial Positions

12

12

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Water Electricity

0 124 916

2015/16

2014/15

19 794

19 794

<200m from Yard

1 423

1 423

Households - Free Basic Service

8 150

7 963

21 578

21 247

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

Sewerage

1 132 124

8 150

7 963

18 450

17 658

Bucket System

3 759

3 759

Households - Free Basic Service

8 150

7 963

TOKOLOGO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (FS182) CONTACT DETAILS

OVERVIEW

POSTAL: Private Bag X46, Boshoff, 8340 PHYSICAL: Market Square, Voortrekker Street, Boshoff TEL: 053 541 0014 FAX: 053 541 0360 WEB: www.tokologo.gov.za

Description: The Tokologo Local Municipality is a Category B municipality

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

located within the Lejweleputswa District in the western Free State Province. It is bordered by the North West Province in the north, the Xhariep District in the south, Tswelopele and Masilonyana in the east, and the Northern Cape Province in the west. It is one of five municipalities in the district, making up almost a third of its geographical area.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Water

Households - Free Basic Service

Electricity

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 29 149 No Schooling: 11.9% Households: 9 831

<200m from Yard

Sewerage

Population Growth: 0.13% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 28.4% Formal Dwellings: 80.9%

Total Customer Entities Served

535

1 582

1 809

10 981

10 284 1 809

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

3 819

3 746

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

2 126

2 126

Ventilated Pit Latrine

3 547

3 547

Bucket System

1 483

1 483

Households - Free Basic Service

1 582

1 809

2015/16

2014/15

AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17 Unaudited

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Financially Financially unqualified unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

235 244

139 505

107 980

Total Expenditure

166 921

130 973

126 145

Surplus/(Deficit)

68 323

8 533

(18 165)

n/a

53 042

24 887

Total Current Assets

25 795

22 249

8 542

Total Current Liabilities

86 499

52 170

27 899

642 904

551 350

542 817

128 841

57 076

24 512

2 624

3 524

2 593

n/a

97 832

55 338

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Total Revenue

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

2015/16

2014/15

Total Employment Positions

294

375

Community Wealth/Equity

Vacant Positions

104

196

CASH FLOWS

Managerial Positions

15

14

Vacant Managerial Positions

0

6

38 233

32 659

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

9 270

567

1 582

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2014/15

9 986

Households - Free Basic Service

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 5, DA 1, EFF 1, PA 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr B E Seakge Municipal Manager: Mr Kelehile J Motlhale Chief Financial Officer: Mr T D Matile Communications Officer: Mr L C Tlhokwe LED Officer: Mr Molefi Moloele Other Senior Management: Moleleki Chakane (Technical Services Manager)

2015/16

Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

FREE STATE

Boshof (the capital town) is situated in the centre, Dealesville is further east, and Hertzogville is situated in the north of the municipal area. Tokologo is a Setswana word meaning ‘freedom’, emanating from the relentless struggle of the oppressed people, culminating in their freedom on 27 April 1994. Area: 9 326km2 Cities/Towns: Boshof, Dealesville, Hertzogville Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture

TSWELOPELE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (FS183) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 3, Bultfontein, 9670 PHYSICAL: Civic Centre, Bosman Street, Bultfontein TEL: 051 853 1111 FAX: 051 853 1332 EMAIL: logov@tswelopele.org WEB: www.tswelopele.gov.za

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

141 180

163 998

147 267

Total Expenditure

142 960

170 429

154 967

OVERVIEW

Surplus/(Deficit)

(1 780)

(6 432)

(7 699)

Description: The Tswelopele Local Municipality is a Category B

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

46 106

32 306

27 584

municipality situated within the Lejweleputswa District in the central Free State Province about 100km north west of Bloemfontein. It is bordered by the North West Province in the north, Masilonyana in the south, Nala and Matjhabeng in the east, and Tokologo in the west. It is one of the five municipalities that make up the district, accounting for almost a quarter of its geographical area. Area: 6 524km2 Cities/Towns: Bultfontein, Hoopstad Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 47 373 No Schooling: 10.1% Households: 13 705

Population Growth: -0.12% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 27.7% Formal Dwellings: 80.1%

Total Current Assets

6 720

21 678

22 251

29 252

36 543

37 544

421 449

421 286

426 039

Operating Cash Flow

45 238

25 528

21 746

Cash at Year End

(1 500)

4 222

6 355

n/a

8 753

15 395

2015/16

2014/15

305

303

Vacant Positions

51

36

Managerial Positions

15

15

61 796

56 767

2015/16

2014/15

Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 11, DA 3, EFF 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr T F Matsholo Other Members of Council: Motshabinyana Welhemina (Speaker), M S Baleni (Exco Member), C Horn (Exco Member), M A Monei, M S Bonokwane, B P Esau, E C Joubert, D A Njodina, M B Mohlabakoe, M H Segopolo, T A Soaisa, T T Taedi, M J Mgciya, M M Snyer Municipal Manager: M R E Mogopodi Chief Financial Officer: Mr Lefa Moletsane Communications Officer: M R E Mogopodi LED Officer: Themba Zondo Other Senior Management: Sabata Rabanye (Director: Corporate Services), Zingisa Tindleni (Director: Community Services), Boitshoko Dikoko (Director: Infrastructure Services)

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

SERVICE DELIVERY* Water Electricity

Sewerage

Inside Yard

11 677

11 677

Households - Free Basic Service

11 992

11 992

Total Customer Entities Served

11 992

11 992

Households - Free Basic Service

4 409

11 992

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

10 823

10 699

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank Ventilated Pit Latrine Households - Free Basic Service

17

115

837

863

4 409

3 800

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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THABO MOFUTSANYANA DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC19)

FREE STATE

CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X810, Witsieshoek, 9870 PHYSICAL: 1 Mampoi Street, Old Parliament Building, Phuthaditjhaba TEL: 058 718 1089/36 FAX: 058 718 1034 WEB: www.thabomofutsanyana.gov.za

Vrede Memel

OVERVIEW Category C municipality located in the eastern Free State Province, and borders on Lesotho and the provinces of KwaZulu-Natal and Mpumalanga. The district makes up almost a third of the geographical area of the province. It comprises six local municipalities: Setsoto, Dihlabeng, Nketoana, Maluti-A-Phofung, Phumelela and Mantsopa. It is named after Edwin Thabo Mofutsanyana, a stalwart of the communist party. Despite all the socio-economic challenges facing this district, the area has huge potential for tourism development because of its scenic beauty and its rich cultural heritage. The N3 and N5 National Roads pass through the district, and the famous Golden Gate is found in the area on the slopes of the Drakensberg Mountains. Area: 32 734km2 Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, tourism

NKETOANA

Senekal

SETSOTO

Bohlokong MALUTI-AValsrivier PHOFUNG Bethlethem Paul Roux Harrismith Kestell

DIHLABENG

Clarens

Marquard Clocolan

Ficksburg

MANTSOPA Ladybrand Tweespruit Hobhouse

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Population Growth: 1.31% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 37.4% Formal Dwellings: 77.7%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 12, DA 3, EFF 2, DPSA 1 (40% PR Seats) Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Malefu Vilakazi Other Members of Council: Maduna Mbothoma (Speaker), M Radebe (Chief Whip), Sylvia Visagi (Finance), Thoko Tshabalala (LED), Azael Nhlapo (Corporate Services), Tumelo Thebe (IDP and PMS), Ntaoleng Mofokeng (Municipal Health Services), Kaludi Tsoene (Transport and Infrastructure), Jane Radebe (Community Services), George Bengurd (Rural Development and Agriculture) Municipal Manager: Ms Takatso Lebenya Chief Financial Officer: Mr H Lebusa Communications Officer: Mr M Matefu LED Officer: Ms Thembi Mlotha Other Senior Management: Samuel Khote (Director: Corporate Services), Takatso Lebenya (Director: Community Services), Bernard Mphahlele (Manager: Infrastructure Development)

Phuthaditjhaba

Fourlesburg

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Warden

Lindley

Description: The Thabo Mofutsanyana District Municipality is a

Population: 779 330 No Schooling: 6.6% Households: 246 029

PHUMELELA

Petrus Steyn Reitz

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Unaudited Clean audit unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

104 960

104 205

112 548

Total Expenditure

108 596

119 151

135 669

Surplus/(Deficit)

(3 635)

(14 946)

(23 122)

4 690

1 562

8 887 10 998

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

3 915

2 240

16 398

10 799

34 189

(8 073)

(5 141)

(13 023) (12 765)

CASH FLOWS 3 231

(16 881)

Cash at Year End

Operating Cash Flow

249

738

6 516

UIFW EXPENDITURE

n/a

16 686

2 659

2015/16

2014/15

223

143

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions

111

13

Managerial Positions

21

19

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

4

6

61 538

57 302

DIHLABENG LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (FS192) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 551, Bethlehem, 9700 PHYSICAL: 9 Muller Street, Bethlehem TEL: 058 303 5732 FAX: 058 303 4703 EMAIL: records1@dihlabeng.co.za WEB: www.dihlabeng.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Dihlabeng Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated in the Thabo Mofutsanyana District in the Free State. It is one of six municipalities in the district. It was established in terms of Section 12 of the Local Government Structures Act 117 of 1998, after the first general local government elections of 5 December 2000, which heralded the final phase of local government reform as envisaged in 1994 at the onset of the process of democratisation. Bethlehem is situated approximately 240km north-east of Bloemfontein, 140km east of Kroonstad and 90km west of Harrismith. The town is strategically situated in the heart of the picturesque north-eastern Free State and originally developed as a service centre.

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Growth is stimulated by the strategic location of the area, which is situated adjacent to the N5 between Bloemfontein and Durban and serves as a central regional centre. The scenic town of Clarens, often referred to as the ‘Switzerland’ of South Africa, is situated approximately 34km south-east of Bethlehem. Clarens is a mere 20km from the Golden Gate Highlands National Park. Fouriesburg is situated on the R26 route and in close proximity to Lesotho. The town has the predominant function of a small service centre and is increasingly being supported by the tourism industry. Paul Roux is situated 35km west of Bethlehem. Rosendal is located at the foot of the Witteberg Mountain Range on the R70. The town offers excellent property investment opportunities. Area: 4 868km2 Cities/Towns: Bethlehem, Clarens, Fouriesburg, Golden Gate Highlands National Park, Paul Roux, Rosendal Main Economic Sectors: Services (29.7%), trade (18.6%), finance (18%), manufacturing (14.4%), transport (9.3%), agriculture (7.1%), construction (1.9%)

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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Population: 140 044 No Schooling: 8.3% Households: 46 857

SERVICE DELIVERY*

Population Growth: 1.92% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 42.2% Formal Dwellings: 80.1%

Water

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 25, DA 8, EFF 3, INDEPENDENT 2,

Electricity

VF PLUS 1

Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Lindiwe Makhalema Other Members of Council: P David Lengoabala (Speaker), Tseki Tseki (MMC: Finance), Modiehi Sempe (MMC: IDP/PMS), Mafube Mofokeng (MMC: Municipal Infrastructure), Desmond Michaels (MMC: Corporate Services), Matsiliso Mokoena (MMC: Community Services), Sophia Jacobs (MMC: Human Settlement), Emely Mabizela (MMC: Rural Development), Japie Pienaar (MMC: LED) Municipal Manager: Mr Busa Molatseli Chief Financial Officer: Mr Pule Khiba Communications Officer: Mr Tshediso Maitse LED Officer: Mr Johan Botha (Acting Director: LED) Other Senior Management: Ms Angela Mosima (Director: Community Services), Mr Ntokozo Shabalala (Director: Municipal Infrastructure), Ms Seipati Mabula (Director: Corporate Services)

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

2015/16

2014/15

1 149

964

3

0

37

28

3

0

216 481

188 415

Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

2015/16

2014/15

30 452

26 035

<200m from Yard

2 403

2 490

>200m from Yard

1 209

0

Households - Free Basic Service

4 294

4 295

35 609

30 649

Inside Yard

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

Sewerage

4 294

4 295

25 362

24 681

0

519

6 788

2 325

Bucket System

787

1 000

Other

304

0

4 294

4 295

2015/16

2014/15

Ventilated Pit Latrine

Households - Free Basic Service

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

FREE STATE

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

R’000

R’000

R’000

686

690 882

663 481

Total Expenditure

758

747 143

686 969

Surplus/(Deficit)

(72)

(56 261)

(23 488)

72

75 860

56 466

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

82

90 071

90 765

378

304 827

249 255

1 740

1 638 864

1 693 139 70 537

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

179 011

63 160

199 106

(7 368)

4 257

n/a

125 090

154 311

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Disclaimer

Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

MALUTI-A-PHOFUNG LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (FS194) CONTACT DETAILS

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

POSTAL: Private Bag X805, Witsieshoek, 9866 PHYSICAL: Cnr Moremoholo & Motloung Streets, Setsing Complex, Phuthaditjhaba TEL: 058 718 3700 FAX: 058 718 3777 EMAIL: mmadmin@map.fs.gov.za WEB: www.map.fs.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Maluti-A-Phofung Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Thabo Mofutsanyana District in the Free State Province. It is bordered by Phumelela in the north, the Kingdom of Lesotho in the south, the KwaZulu-Natal Province in the east, and Dihlabeng in the west. It is one of the six municipalities that make up the district. Maluti-A-Phofung Municipality was established on 5 December 2000 in terms of the Provincial Gazette No. 14 of 28 February 2000, issued in terms of Section 21 of the Local Government Notice and Municipal Demarcation Act 27 of 1998. Area: 4 338km2 Cities/Towns: Harrismith, Kestell, Phuthaditjhaba Main Economic Sectors: Social services / government (28%), agriculture (18%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 353 452 No Schooling: 6.9% Households: 110 725

Population Growth: 1.17% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 37.1% Formal Dwellings: 76.7%

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

1 802 026

1 336 810

1 742 319

Total Expenditure

1 535 506

2 187 470

1 872 893

Surplus/(Deficit)

266 520

(850 661)

(130 574)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

266 520

204 879

155 369

Total Current Assets

934 276

529 045

670 952

Total Current Liabilities

892 307

1 786 390

1 156 771

3 178 497

1 660 973

2 511 634

393 886

210 415

66 526

125 707

8 052

6 717

n/a

1 065 699

1 066 305

2015/16

2014/15

1 200

1 274

4

124

54

54

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY*

Water

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT AIC 1, APC 1

Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Vusimusi William Tshabalala Municipal Manager: Adv M Tsupa Communications Officer: Ms Kedibone Sentle

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Electricity

361 033

2015/16

2014/15

72 692

69 333

<200m from Yard

44 168

47 168

>200m from Yard

644

1 003

5 594

5 553

100 417

100 228

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

Sewerage

3

438 217

Inside Yard

Households - Free Basic Service

Composition of Council: ANC 47, EFF 9, DA 5, DPSA 4, AULA 2,

4

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank Ventilated Pit Latrine Households - Free Basic Service

5 594

5 553

38 102

37 452

1 420

2 350

82 334

77 905

5 594

5 553

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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MANTSOPA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (FS196)

FREE STATE

CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 64, Ladybrand, 9745 PHYSICAL: 38 Joubert Street, Ladybrand TEL: 051 924 0654 FAX: 051 924 0020 WEB: www.mantsopa.fs.gov.za

OVERVIEW

LED Officer: Mr Tsiliso Potele Other Senior Management: Palesa Moloi (Director: Corporate Services), Neo Raliapeng (Director: Technical Services), Bridget Sebolai (Director: Community Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Qualified audit

Description: The Mantsopa Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Thabo Mofutsanyana District in the eastern Free State Province. It borders Masilonyana and Setsoto to the north, the Kingdom of Lesotho to the east, and Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality to the west. It is the smallest of six municipalities in the district, making up 13% of its geographical area. The area is accessible via the N8 and R26 roads, which transverse the area. A railway line that runs along these routes services the area. The municipality incorporates five small towns, which accommodate a large proportion of the total population of Mantsopa. These small towns serve the surrounding rural community. Area: 4 291km2 Cities/Towns: Excelsior, Hobhouse, Ladybrand, Thaba Patchoa, Tweespruit Main Economic Sectors: Commercial farming, private sector, public sector, tourism

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

264 667

287 845

248 221

Total Expenditure

206 240

248 144

279 017

Surplus/(Deficit)

58 427

39 701

(30 796)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

58 418

62 961

87 699

327 763

90 776

59 305

46 648

123 121

97 131

1 569 913

1 023 046

983 344

Operating Cash Flow

50 763

22 420

88 540

Cash at Year End

(7 650)

889

7 198

n/a

70 648

169 700

2015/16

2014/15

380

345

Vacant Positions

77

26

Managerial Positions

30

27

Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

Population: 53 525 No Schooling: 2.8% Households: 16 951

Total Employment Positions

Population Growth: 1.07% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 40.0% Formal Dwellings: 83.7%

Vacant Managerial Positions

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 11, DA 3, EFF 2, COPE 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mamsie Tsoene Other Members of Council: Mohapi Moduka, Jane Jacobs (Chief Whip), P N Nakalebe (Finance Committee), G M Seoe (Governance), N J Thaisi (Infrastructure and Urban Planning), K I Tigeli (Community Services Committee), S J Moses, B A Maboza, B M Sani, D J Hattingh, R T Mpakathe, T Halse, S Q G Gaba, D T Molefe, L P Moletsane, B E Meya Municipal Manager: Mr T P Masejane Chief Financial Officer: Mr Makoae Amos Makoae (Acting) Communications Officer: Mr Dumile Nana (Acting Manager: Communications and Marketing)

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Water Electricity

Sewerage

Inside Yard

6

3

84 332

73 935

2015/16

2014/15

14 020

14 020

Households - Free Basic Service

3 462

2 917

Total Customer Entities Served

15 170

15 013

Households - Free Basic Service

3 462

2 917

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

12 417

12 417

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank Bucket System Households - Free Basic Service

250

250

1 353

1 353

3 462

2 917

NKETOANA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (FS193) CONTACT DETAILS

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

POSTAL: PO Box 26, Reitz, 9810 PHYSICAL: Cnr Church & Voortrekker Streets, Reitz TEL: 058 863 2811 FAX: 058 863 2523

Composition of Council: ANC 13, DA 3, EFF 1, VF PLUS 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mamiki Mokoena Other Members of Council: K Mokoena (Speaker), G Nhlapo

OVERVIEW

(Chairperson: Finance), M Mphaka (Chairperson: Corporate Services), M Moloedi (Chairperson: Technical and Community Services) Municipal Manager: Mr M Manzi Chief Financial Officer: Mr T G Makgale (Acting) Communications Officer: Ms Jabu Msibi LED Officer: Mr Jomo Mahamotsa Other Senior Management: S M Nhlapo (Director: Corporate Services), M Moletsane (Director: Infrastructure and Technical Services), Bela Mokhali (Complaints and Customer Care Officer)

Description: The Nketoana Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Thabo Mofutsanyana District in the Free State Province. It is the second-smallest of six municipalities in the district, making up 17% of its geographical area. It was established in terms of Section 14 of the Local Government: Municipal Structures Act 11 of 1998, and was published in the Provincial Gazette No. 109 dated 28 September 2000. The Highlands water flows into the Caledon River, then into the As River, and continues into the Nketoana River near Reitz and Petrus Steyn. The river passing near Reitz/Petrus Steyn is called Nketoana in Sesotho. Area: 5 611km2 Cities/Towns: Arlington, Lindley, Petrus Steyn, Reitz Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, retail business

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 64 893 No Schooling: 8.5% Households: 19 664

Population Growth: 1.66% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 35.7% Formal Dwellings: 80.5%

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Qualified audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

321 250

326 858

298 847

Total Expenditure

389 562

368 157

362 911

Surplus/(Deficit)

(68 312)

(41 300)

(64 064)

78 501

59 577

45 598

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

2016/17

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets

25 182

25 304

23 035

Total Current Liabilities

226 790

181 295

137 876

Community Wealth/Equity

786 679

842 667

883 932

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

33 932

Cash at Year End

60 901 2 527

1 710

n/a

80 587

38 390

2015/16

2014/15

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

556

502

Vacant Positions

94

60

Managerial Positions

23

23

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

Electricity

49 195

(14 408)

UIFW EXPENDITURE

Water

5

5

87 702

81 476

2014/15

15 062

15 062

<200m from Yard

1 716

1 716

Households - Free Basic Service

5 124

4 150

17 740

17 076

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

5 522

3 811

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

11 658

11 658

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

Sewerage

2015/16

Ventilated Pit Latrine Bucket System Households - Free Basic Service

169

169

960

960

2 751

2 751

5 562

4 084

FREE STATE

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

PHUMELELA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (FS195) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X5, Vrede, 9835 PHYSICAL: Cnr Prinsloo & Kuhn Streets Streets, Vrede TEL: 058 913 8300 FAX: 058 913 2317 EMAIL: mm@phumelela.gov.za WEB: www.phumelela.gov.za

OVERVIEW

Mayor: Mr Tlokotsi Motaung Municipal Manager: Mrs N F Malatjie (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Moses Moremi (Acting) Communications Officer: Ms Nomvula Malatji Other Senior Management: Ms Nomvula Malatjie (Director: Corporate Services), Mr Hope Mthembu (Acting Director: Technical)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Description: The Phumelela Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Thabo Mofutsanyana District in the Free State Province. It is the largest municipality in the district, making up a quarter of its geographical area. Vrede (‘at peace’) rests in the north-eastern Free State about 20km east of the N3, close to the Mpumalanga border. Vrede is surrounded by undulating Highveld hills. It is 220km from northern Johannesburg and about 30km from Cornelia on the R102 to Warden and Harrismith, on the Volksrust-Newcastle Road. It is the spine of the Drakensburg off the N3 highway from Durban to Mbombela (previously Nelspruit), and the alternative Durban to Johannesburg, and also on the main route from Johannesburg via Newcastle to the North Coast and Zululand. Warden is a town situated on the N3 highway between Johannesburg and Durban. The town has one of the largest Dutch Reformed Churches in South Africa, with seating for 1 750 people. Memel is a Russian word meaning ‘surrounded by water’ and is named after a small town in east Prussia. This pristine country village is situated in the north-eastern corner of the Free State close to the Drakensberg escarpment, 240km from Johannesburg and 300km from Pietermaritzburg. The village of Memel is the central hub of the local farming community but is fast becoming one of South Africa’s most sought-after birding spots. Area: 8 196km2 Cities/Towns: Memel, Vrede, Warden Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, tourism

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 50 054 No Schooling: 7.2% Households: 14 586

Population Growth: 1.06% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 27.8% Formal Dwellings: 69.6%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 12, DA 2, EFF 1 Controlling Party: ANC

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

129 614 129 675 (62) 47 530

151 711 179 416 (27 705) 26 373

162 112 164 715 (2 603) 25 865

17 233 944 646 579

14 443 134 911 470 342

13 294 105 327 498 047

52 244 3 714 n/a

27 475 471 111 699

23 231 589 62 001

2015/16

2014/15

284

280

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard >200m from Yard Water Households - Free Basic Service Total Customer Entities Served Electricity Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Flush Toilet - Septic Tank Sewerage Other Households - Free Basic Service

1

0

10

10

1

0

57 023

51 922

2015/16

2014/15

11 950 564 10 214 12 896 4 104 8 404 744 1 560 1 318

11 950 564 10 214 12 888 4 104 8 404 744 1 560 1 318

SETSOTO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (FS191) CONTACT DETAILS

OVERVIEW

POSTAL: PO Box 116, Ficksburg, 9730 PHYSICAL: 27 Voortrekker Street, Ficksburg TEL: 051 933 9300 FAX: 051 933 9309 EMAIL: admin@setsoto.co.za WEB: www.setsoto.co.za

Description: The Setsoto Local Municipality is a Category B

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

municipality situated in the eastern Free State Province within the Thabo Mofutsanyana District. It is bordered by the Fezile Dabi District in the north, the Kingdom of Lesotho in the south, Dihlabeng in the east, and Lejweleputswa District in the west.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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It is one of the six municipalities that make up the district, accounting for 17% of its geographical area. The municipality was established in terms of Section 14 of the Local Government: Municipal Structures Act 117 of 1998 and was published in Provincial Gazette No. 184 dated 28 September 2000. Area: 5 431km2 Cities/Towns: Clocolan, Ficksburg, Marquard, Senekal Main Economic Sectors: Finance, insurance, real estate and business (21.21%), manufacturing (17.62%), wholesale and retail trade (13.07%), agriculture, hunting, forestry and fishing (11.83%), government services (11.45%), community, social and personal services (11.31%), transport, storage and communication (6.79%), electricity, gas and water (3.5%), construction (2.17%)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

511 790

501 528

455 643

Total Expenditure

638 409

628 240

616 663

Surplus/(Deficit)

(126 619)

(126 712)

(161 020)

58 781

150 609

74 539

208 597

156 610

173 080

125 813

78 048

57 907

3 182 878

3 313 713

3 474 780

17 490

100 184

68 220

2 098

3 656

3 702

n/a

239 850

320 269

2015/16

2014/15

766

713 29

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

2014/15

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Population: 117 362 No Schooling: 4.2% Households: 37 246

Population Growth: 1.06% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 36.5% Formal Dwellings: 76.6%

2015/16

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

2016/17

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Total Employment Positions

Composition of Council: ANC 21, DA 5, EFF 3, UFC 3, VF PLUS 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Nthateng Maoke Other Members of Council: Mr Krog Sexton Mokhuoane (Speaker),

Vacant Positions

43

Managerial Positions

23

5

2

0

180 131

163 902

2015/16

2014/15

30 903

30 526

<200m from Yard

1 684

1 735

>200m from Yard

561

887

Households - Free Basic Service

5 585

5 817

Total Customer Entities Served

32 241

31 941

Nthatisi Khitsane (MMC: Development Planning and Social Security), Moeketsi Hlakane (MMC: Urban Planning), Komane Koalane (MMC: Finance), Annie Taylor (MMC: Human Resource), Motsamai Selasi (MMC: Infrastructure) Municipal Manager: Mr Tshepiso Ramakarane Chief Financial Officer: Mr Niel Van Tonder (Acting) Communications Officer: Mrs Moroesi Gaba LED Officer: Mr Edwin Fokane Other Senior Management: Mr M Ntheli (Acting Director: Development Planning and Social Security), S Mihailscu (Acting Director: Corporate), Mr T Zondi (Director: Engineering)

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Water

Electricity

Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

Sewerage

Ventilated Pit Latrine

5 585

5 817

20 743

20 743

1 110

1 110

1 562

1 562

Bucket System

6 496

6 496

Other

2 668

2 668

Households - Free Basic Service

5 585

5 817

XHARIEP DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC16) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X136, Trompsburg, 9913 PHYSICAL: 20 Louw Street, Trompsburg TEL: 051 713 9300 FAX: 051 713 0461 WEB: www.xhariep.gov.za

LETSEMENG Jacobsdal Koffiefontein !

OVERVIEW Description: The Xhariep District Municipality is a Category C municipality situated in the southern part of the Free State. It is bordered by the Mangaung Metro to the north, Eastern Cape to the south, Lesotho to the east, and Northern Cape to the west. It is the largest district in the province, making up just more than a third of its geographical area. It is comprised of three local municipalities: Letsemeng, Kopanong and Mohokare, which include 21 towns. Its administrative headquarters are in Trompsburg, which lies 125km south of Bloemfontein. The towns in this district boast abundant natural resources such as water and agricultural land. The largest dam in South Africa is situated at the southern tip of the district. Three national roads (N1 – Gauteng to Cape Town, N6 – Eastern Cape to Bloemfontein and N8 – Bloemfontein to Kimberley) pass through this area. Area: 34 250km2 Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, construction, mining, transport and communication

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 125 884 No Schooling: 10.6% Households: 44 767

Population Growth: 0.72% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 31.8% Formal Dwellings: 89.1%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 5, DA 1, EFF 1 (40% PR Seats)

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Reddersburg Edenburg

Luckhoff Fauresmith

!

KOPANONG Philippolis

Trompsburg

Springfontein

Smithfield

MOHOKARE Bethulie

!

Zastron

Rouxville

!

Mayor: Ms Motseoa Julia Sehanka Other Members of Council: Soloki Mqunqguthu (Speaker), Mongi Gideon Ntwanambi (MMC: Corporate), Kediemetse Juanita Sebeco (MMC: Finance), Teboho Daniel Mochechepa (MMC: Planning and Social Development) Municipal Manager: Ms L Y Moletsane Chief Financial Officer: Mr M C Mogoale (Acting) LED Officer: Mrs P Moloi Other Senior Management: Mr Z Q Majenge (Director: Corporate Services), Mr M S Mohale (Director: Planning and Social Development), Mr M Sejane (SCM Manager), Mr S T Zwane (Expenditure and Payroll Manager), M K K Morufane (Budget, Assets and Technical Support Manager)

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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Total Employment Positions

2015/16

2014/15

88

87

2

2

22

20

2

2

38 958

37 140

Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Unaudited unqualified

Qualified audit

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

Total Revenue

R’000

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

212

424

1 509

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets

4 628

2 232

4 037

17 908

11 995

11 642

1 176

5 148

12 086

Operating Cash Flow

3 147

(1 107)

1 413

Cash at Year End

1 889

593

1 733

n/a

7 892

4 753

Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE

R’000

53 248

53 446

51 921

Total Expenditure

57 219

60 559

57 054

Surplus/(Deficit)

(3 971)

(7 113)

(5 134)

FREE STATE

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

KOPANONG LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (FS162) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X23, Trompsburg, 9913 PHYSICAL: 20 Louw Street, Trompsburg TEL: 051 713 9200 FAX: 051 713 0292 WEB: www.kopanong.gov.za

OVERVIEW

Mayor: Mr Xolile Matwa Municipal Manager: Ms Lebohang Moletsane Communications Officer: Mr Solly Phama FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

Description: The Kopanong Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Xhariep District of the Free State Province. It is the largest of the three municipalities in the district, making up almost half of its geographical area. Basic agricultural products are exported from the area for processing and re-imported into the area as consumer products. Historical events that took place in the municipality, aspects of the natural and manmade environment and local activities may form the basis for promoting tourism as a significant economic activity. Some of these events, and man-made and natural environment aspects are: ‘Lake Gariep’ and the Gariep Water Festival; Jagersfontein Mine; the ‘Tiger Project’ in Philippolis; the Orange River Ravine from the Gariep Dam wall to the PK le Roux Dam wall; battlefields of significant battles conducted during the Anglo-Boer War, e.g. Mostert’s Hoek; Philippolis ‘Witblits’ Festival; historical buildings in Philippolis, e.g. the house where Lourens van der Post was born, Adam Kok’s house (the Griqua leader) and a kraal and structure where gunpowder was kept. Area: 15 645km2 Cities/Towns: Bethulie, Edenburg, Fauresmith, Gariep Dam, Jagersfontein, Philippolis, Reddersburg, Springfontein, Trompsburg, Waterkloof Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture (38%), general government (23%), finance (13.3%), trade (10.2%)

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Unaudited unqualified

Qualified audit

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

301 598

260 803

229 012

Total Expenditure

307 530

342 495

300 176

Surplus/(Deficit)

(5 932)

(81 692)

(71 164)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

66 379

26 369

26 386

78 870

38 820

35 485

Total Current Liabilities

Total Current Assets

205 986

249 885

184 867

Community Wealth/Equity

977 624

709 976

803 577

Operating Cash Flow

66 936

22 862

26 281

Cash at Year End

65 963

913

3 100

n/a

133 919

80 738

2015/16

2014/15

456

478

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 49 999 No Schooling: 10.7% Households: 18 412

Population Growth: 0.38% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 31.0% Formal Dwellings: 89.2%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 11, DA 3, EFF 1 Controlling Party: ANC

Water

<200m from Yard

Electricity

1

20

25

2

1

100 572

94 351

2015/16

2014/15

13 580

11 755

0

907

Households - Free Basic Service

2 381

2 682

Total Customer Entities Served

12 823

12 821

Households - Free Basic Service

2 029

2 682

13 560

11 755

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

Sewerage

11

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank Households - Free Basic Service

0

1 559

2 381

2 682

LETSEMENG LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (FS161) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X3, Koffiefontein, 9986 PHYSICAL: 7 Groot Trek Street, Koffiefontein TEL: 053 330 0200 FAX: 053 205 0144 WEB: www.letsemeng.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Letsemeng Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated in the south-western Free State Province within the Xhariep District. It is bordered in the north by the Lejweleputswa District, in the south by Kopanong, in the east by the Mangaung Metro, and in the

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

west by the Northern Cape Province. It is one of three municipalities in the district, making up almost a third of its geographical area. Koffiefontein is the municipal head office. The socio-economic growth of the municipality is centred on agriculture. The municipal area also has mining activities, with diamond minerals being the major natural resource that helps with employment creation. Area: 9 828km2 Cities/Towns: Jacobsdal, Koffiefontein, Luckhoff, Oppermansgronde, Petrusburg Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, farming

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

FREE STATE

Population: 40 044 No Schooling: 12.0% Households: 13 969

SERVICE DELIVERY*

Population Growth: 0.82% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 32.0% Formal Dwellings: 85.1%

Water Electricity

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Sewerage

Total Employment Positions

9 972

Households - Free Basic Service

2 404

2 544

Total Customer Entities Served

9 979

9 972

Households - Free Basic Service

2 404

2 544

8 021

7 557

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

250

260

Ventilated Pit Latrine

354

204

2 404

2 544

Households - Free Basic Service

X W Nqelani (Chairperson: Municipal Infrastructure), T M Rens (Chairperson: Local Labour Forum), M C Ntemane (Chairperson: Community Services), S J Bahumi (Chairperson: Governance and Monitoring), M A Lebaka, M J Phaliso, A N November, C Burger, T V Thapo, T S Moghoishi Municipal Manager: Bafunani Arron Mnguni Communications Officer: Mr Andrew Visagie LED Officer: Siphiwe Phithi Other Senior Management: Mr Tsietsi Deeuw (Director: Corporate Services), Mr C J Makhoba (Director: Community Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2015/16

2014/15

2014/15

9 972

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

Composition of Council: ANC 8, DA 2, EFF 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Thandiwe Ivy Reachable Other Members of Council: T I Reachable (Mayor and Speaker),

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

Inside Yard

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Qualified audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

183 473

129 579

126 429

Total Expenditure

167 494

152 023

142 059

Surplus/(Deficit)

15 979

(22 444)

(15 630)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

59 226

24 709

19 552

Total Current Assets

69 904

37 998

38 105

Total Current Liabilities

64 695

28 047

23 749

555 293

562 651

580 253 (1 316)

Community Wealth/Equity

278

287

Vacant Positions

79

91

CASH FLOWS

Managerial Positions

16

16

Operating Cash Flow

246 719

11 353

5

7

Cash at Year End

189 333

730

3 195

44 293

41 988

n/a

119 399

48 046

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

UIFW EXPENDITURE

MOHOKARE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (FS163) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 20, Zastron, 9950 PHYSICAL: Hoofd Street, Zastron TEL: 051 673 9600 FAX: 051 673 1550 EMAIL: website@mohokare.gov.za WEB: www.mohokare.gov.za

Municipal Manager: Mr T C Panyani Chief Financial Officer: P M Dyonase Communications Officer: Lehlonoholo Mafatman LED Officer: Mr N Buyeye Other Senior Management: L Nqoko-Rametse (Director: Corporate Services), M N Tsoamotse (Director: Technical Services), T Lekwalao (Manager: Community Services)

OVERVIEW Description: The Mohokare Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Xhariep District in the south-eastern Free State. It is the smallest of three municipalities in the district, making up a quarter of its geographical area. Zastron is perhaps the best-known of the three villages in this area. At the foot of the Aasvöelberg is the famous Eye of Zastron, a 9m-wide hole through a sandstone rock. Smithfield is tucked neatly into a horseshoe of hills. Established in 1848 and named after Sir Harry Smith, then Governor of the Cape, Smithfield is the third-oldest town in the Free State province. Rouxville is situated on the N6, Rouxville was founded by Petrus Wepenaar in 1863 on the farm Zuurbult. It was named after Reverand Pieter Roux, who travelled throughout the eastern Free State for many years holding church services for local communities. During the AngloBoer War, all of its citizens were called up and the town was completely deserted for two years. Area: 8 776km2 Cities/Towns: Rouxville, Smithfield, Zastron Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, tourism

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

244 097

224 224

167 935

Total Expenditure

173 615

188 877

166 267

Surplus/(Deficit)

70 482

35 347

1 668

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

93 721

71 797

42 287

Total Current Assets

85 758

33 955

23 799

Total Current Liabilities

57 227

88 780

73 752

515 980

440 166

404 649

87 625

77 674

45 265

(722)

6 329

945

n/a

53 903

61 288

2015/16

2014/15

376

379

Total Revenue

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Vacant Positions

96

99

Population: 35 840 No Schooling: 8.9% Households: 12 387

Managerial Positions

23

22

Population Growth: 1.10% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 33.2% Formal Dwellings: 93.6%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 7, DA 2, EFF 2 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mrs I Mehlomakulu Other Members of Council: I Mehlomakulu (Mayor and Speaker), T S Khasake (Chairperson: Finance and Corporate), M I Morapela (Chairperson: Oversight and Governance), T I Phatsoane (Chairperson: Community Services), L Lekhula (IDP Planning and LED), B M Valashiya (Chairperson: Municipal infrastructure and Technical)

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Water Electricity

Inside Yard

3

62 105

59 228

2015/16

2014/15

10 494

10 494

Households - Free Basic Service

2 079

2 305

Total Customer Entities Served

10 799

10 793

Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

Sewerage

4

Bucket System Households - Free Basic Service

2 079

2 305

10 440

10 322

54

172

2 079

2 305

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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GAUTENG

KEY STATISTICS GEOGRAPHY LAND AREA 18 178km2 LAND PERCENTAGE 1.5%

PEOPLE

13 399 725

4 580 046

POPULATION

CITY OF TSHWANE

YOUTH (15-34 YEARS)

101,6

34,2

SEX RATIO (MALES/100 FEMALES)

YOUTH PROPORTION

36.0%

4.6%

EDUCATION

POVERTY HEADCOUNT

MOGALE CITY

CITY OF JOHANNESBURG CITY OF EKURHULENI

RAND WEST CITY MERAFONG CITY LESEDI

(GRADE 12 – AGED 20+)

UNEMPLOYMENT*

MIDVAAL

EMFULENI

SEDIBENG

30.2%

33.3%

WEST RAND

Gauteng is the smallest of South Africa’s provinces, covering an area of 18 178km2 or approximately 1.4% of the total surface area of South Africa. It is bordered by the Free State, North West, Limpopo and Mpumalanga Provinces. While being the smallest province, it is also the most populous, being home to 13 399 725 people. Gauteng lies on the highest part of the interior plateau on the rolling plains of South Africa’s Highveld. Its capital is Johannesburg and it also contains the city of Pretoria, as well as the East Rand, West Rand and Vaal areas. Gauteng continues to serve as the economic engine room of the country and the subcontinent, responsible for over 34.8% of the country’s GDP. Gauteng is the powerhouse of South Africa and the heart of its commercial business and industrial sectors. The most important sectors contributing to GDP are finance, real estate and business services; manufacturing; and general government services. Gauteng is also the financial services capital of Africa. More than 70 foreign banks have their head offices here, as do at least the same number of South African banks, stockbrokers and insurance giants. The major gold and diamond mining houses all have their headquarters in Johannesburg, the biggest being Anglo American and De Beers. Gold mining constitutes 80% of Gauteng’s mineral production output. Gauteng is divided into three metropolitan municipalities (City of Ekurhuleni, City of Johannesburg and City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipalities) and two district municipalities, which are further subdivided into six local municipalities.

OFFICIAL RATE

EXPANDED RATE

HOUSING HOUSEHOLDS 4 951 137 81.4%

FORMAL DWELLINGS

HOUSEHOLD SIZE 3,1 0.2%

17.7%

TRADITIONAL DWELLINGS

INFORMAL DWELLINGS

HOUSEHOLD SERVICES ACCESS TO PIPED WATER

94.0%

FLUSH/CHEMICAL TOILET

87.8%

CONNECTED TO ELECTRICITY

89.2%

Sources: Community Survey 2016 – Provinces at a glance, published by Stats SA. *Unemployment figures from Quarterly Labour Force Survey, Quarter 3, 2017, published by Stats SA.

GAUTENG MUNICIPALITIES City of Ekurhuleni

87

City of Johannesburg

88

City of Tshwane

90

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Sedibeng District Emfuleni Lesedi Midvaal

92 92 93 94

West Rand District Merafong City Mogale City Rand West City

94 95 96 97

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CITY OF EKURHULENI METROPOLITAN MUNICIPALITY (EKU)

POSTAL: Private Bag X1069, Germiston, 1400 PHYSICAL: 47 Van Buuren Road, Germiston TEL: 086 054 3000 EMAIL: city.manager@ekurhuleni.gov.za WEB: www.ekurhuleni.gov.za

Clayville !

!

Tembisa !

OVERVIEW

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 3 379 104 No Schooling: 4.1% Households: 1 299 490

Population Growth: 1.39% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 50.4% Formal Dwellings: 80.4%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Birchleigh !

Description: The City of Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality is a Category A municipality covers an extensive area from Germiston in the west to Springs and Nigel in the east. The former administrations of the nine towns in the former East Rand were amalgamated into the metropolitan municipality, along with the Khayalami Metropolitan Council and the Eastern Gauteng Services Council. It is one of the most densely populated areas in the province, and the country. The economy in the region is larger and more diverse than that of many small countries in Africa. It accounts for nearly a quarter of Gauteng’s economy, which in turn contributes over a third of the national Gross Domestic Product. Many of the factories for production of goods and commodities are located in Ekurhuleni, often referred to as ‘Africa’s Workshop’. The network of roads, airports, rail lines, telephones, electricity grids and telecommunications found in Ekurhuleni rivals that of Europe and America. It can be regarded as the transportation hub of the country. It is home to OR Tambo International Airport; South Africa’s largest railway hub; a number of South Africa’s modern freeways and expressways; the Maputo Corridor Development; direct rail, road and air links connecting Ekurhuleni to Durban; the Blue IQ projects, with linkages to the City Deep Container terminal; the planned Gautrain rapid rail link to Johannesburg and Pretoria; and the OR Tambo International Airport Industrial Development Zone (IDZ). Area: 1 975km2 Cities/Towns: Alberton, Bedfordview, Benoni, Birchleigh, Boksburg, Brakpan, Clayville, Daveyton, Dunnottar, Edenvale, Geduld, Germiston, Katlehong, Kempton Park, Kwa-Therma, Machenzieville, Nigel, Olifantsfontein, Springs, Tembisa, Tokoza, Vorsterkroon, Vosloorus Main Economic Sectors: Manufacturing (23%), finance and business services (22%), community services (19%), trade (15%), transport (11%), construction (5%), electricity (3%), mining (2%)

!

Edenvale

Kempton Park

CITY OF EKURHULENI !

Daveyton

!

Benoni

!

Bedfordview !

Boksburg

!

Geduld

!

Brakpan

!

Alberton !

Kwa-Thema

!

!

Katlehong

Dunnottar

!

Vosloorus

Vorsterkroon ! Nigel

! !

Machenzieville

(HOD: Human Resource Management and Development), Mark Wilson (HOD: Electricity and Energy), Lusanda Madikizela (HOD: Transport and Fleet Management), Mduduzi Shabangi (HOD: Water and Sanitation), Andile Zitumane (HOD: Institutional Strategy, Monitoring and Evaluation), Lesley Vilakazi (Acting: Chief Audit Executive), Manyane Chidi (HOD: Facilities and Real Estates), Musawakhe Khumalo (HOD: Risk Manager), Motshedi Lekalala (City Secretariat), Victor Nesengani (Acting: Environmental Resource and Waste Management)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2016/17 Unaudited

R’000

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Clean audit unqualified

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

34 172 636 29 648 259 27 450 897

Total Expenditure

32 358 177

Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets

Composition of Council: ANC 109, DA 77, EFF 25, AIC 4, IFP 2,

Total Current Liabilities

VF PLUS 2, ACDP 1, COPE 1, IRASA 1, PAC 1, PA 1 Controlling Party: ANC Minority Government Mayor: Mr Mzwandile Masina Other Members of Council: Patricia Khumalo (Speaker), Jongizizwe Dlabathi (Chief Whip), Doctor Xhakaza (Finance and Economic Development), Robert Mashego (Infrastructure Services), Petrus Mabunda (Transport and Planning), Tiisetso Nketle (Water, Sanitation and Energy), Madihlaba Masele (City Planning), Lesiba Mpya (Human Settlements), Ndosi Shongwe (Environment and Waste Management), Khosi Mabaso (Corporate and Shared Services), Vivian Chauke (Community Safety), Dorah Mlambo (Community Services) Municipal Manager: Dr Imogen Mashazi Chief Financial Officer: Gugu Malaza Communications Officer: Rego Mavimbela (HOD: Communications and Brand Management) LED Officer: Caiphus Chauke (HOD: Economic Development) Other Senior Management: Lesiba Mojapelo (Chief Operations Officer), Tumelo Kganane (Chief Information Officer), Isaac Mapiyeye (Chief of Police), Sam Sibande (HOD: Disaster and Emergency Management Services), Vincent Campbell (HOD: Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture), Dr Gilbert Motlatla (Health and Social Development), Sizwe Cele (HOD: Roads and Storm Water), Bongani Molefe (HOD: Human Settlement), Motubatsi Motsapi (HOD: City Planning), Adv Moeketsi Motsapi (HOD: Corporate and Legal Services), Naledi Mobidedi

Community Wealth/Equity

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

GAUTENG

CONTACT DETAILS

27 478 011 25 393 076

1 814 459

2 170 248

2 057 822

5 130 906

4 093 865

3 069 164

13 531 111

14 615 895

13 324 231

8 307 447

8 600 478

7 353 457

46 244 736 45 653 160 43 570 696

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

4 639 304

4 860 358

4 529 589

Cash at Year End

8 288 846

7 972 586

7 701 376

n/a

236 644

88 215

2015/16

2014/15

18 662

18 675

Vacant Positions

2 704

2 751

Managerial Positions

1 023

1 015

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

Vacant Managerial Positions

212

231

6 444 117

5 687 328

2015/16

2014/15

671 665

669 769

<200m from Yard

119 217

119 217

>200m from Yard

801

863

669 769

669 769

Total Customer Entities Served

552 651

544 540

Households - Free Basic Service

303 215

303 215

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

551 585

549 689

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Water

Households - Free Basic Service

Electricity Sewerage

Other

120 080

120 080

Households - Free Basic Service

669 769

669 769

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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CITY OF JOHANNESBURG METROPOLITAN MUNICIPALITY (JHB)

GAUTENG

CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 1049, Johannesburg, 2000 PHYSICAL: 158 Civic Boulevard, Braamfontein, Johannesburg TEL: 011 407 6111 FAX: 011 403 8723 EMAIL: joburgconnect@joburg.org.za WEB: www.joburg.org.za

Diepsloot Midrand

Randburg

OVERVIEW

Sandton

Honeydew

Description: The City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality is located in the Gauteng Province. Johannesburg is the most advanced commercial city in Africa and the engine room of the South African and regional economy. It is a city with a unique, African character, world-class infrastructure in the fields of telecommunications, transportation, water and power, and with globally-competitive health care and educational facilities. However, the city is also one of contrasts – home to both wealthy and poor, residents and refugees, global corporations and emerging enterprises. The demographics of Johannesburg indicate a large and ethnically diverse metropolitan area. As the largest city in South Africa, its population is defined by a long history of local and international migration. Johannesburg is home to almost five million people, accounting for about 36% of Gauteng’s population and 8% of the national population. Over the last decade the city has been growing. A key contributor to this is that the city continues to attract people from other provinces, and internationally, who are looking for better economic opportunities and quality of life. The population pyramid indicates that the city’s population is predominantly young. This can be attributed to migration from other parts of the country as young people look for jobs. Johannesburg is considered the economic hub of South Africa and is often the first choice of destination by job seekers across the country. Area: 1 645km2 Cities/Towns: Alexandra, Diepkloof, Diepsloot, Ennerdale, Honeydew, Johannesburg, Johannesburg South, Lawley, Lenasia, Lenasia South, Meadowlands East, Meadowlands West, Midrand, Orange Farm, Pimville, Randburg, Roodepoort, Sandton, Soweto Main Economic Sectors: Finance and business services, community services, manufacturing, trade (collectively 82%)

Roodepoort

CITY OF JOHANNESBURG Soweto

Johannesburg South

Lenasia

Ennerdale

Orange Farm

Khomotso Letsatsi (Group Head: Treasury and Financial Strategy), Nonto Hadebe (Group Strategy, Policy and Relations), Mbulelo Ruda (Group Head: Legal and Contracts), Sinaye Nxumalo (Executive Director: Group Audit, Risk and Compliance), Vicky Shuping (Acting Group Head: Customer Relations and Urban Management), Bryne Maduka (Group Head: Group Governance)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Total Expenditure

Population: 4 949 347 No Schooling: 3.4% Households: 1 853 371

Surplus/(Deficit)

Population Growth: 2.49% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 53.2% Formal Dwellings: 81.3%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 121, DA 104, EFF 30, IFP 5, AIC 4, ACDP 1, ALJAMA 1, COPE 1, PA 1, UDM 1, VF PLUS 1 Controlling Party: DA Minority Government Mayor: Mr Herman Mashaba Other Members of Council: Vasco da Gama (Speaker), Kevin Wax (Chief Whip), Mlungiseli Ngalonkulu (Deputy Chief Whip), Richard Ngobeni (MMC: Development Planning), Mpho Phalatse (MMC: Health and Social Development), Anthony Still (MMC: Environment and Infrastructure Services), Yao-Heng Sun (MMC: Public Safety), Nonhlanhla Makhuba (MMC: Transport), Mzobanzi Ntuli (MMC: Housing), Nonhlanhla Sifumba (MMC: Community Development), Valencia Khumalo (MMC: Corporate and Shared Services), Sharon Peetz (MMC: Economic Development) Municipal Manager: Mr Ndivhoniswani Lukhwareni Chief Financial Officer: Mr Reggie Boqo Communications Officer: Nabintu Petsana (Group Head: Group Communications) LED Officer: Ravi Naidoo (Executive Director: Economic Development) Other Senior Management: Gerald Dumas (Chief Operations Officer), Hennie Labuschagne (Acting Executive Director: Group Corporate and Shared Services), Dudu Maseko (Executive Director: Community Development), Tiaan Elhers (Environment, Infrastructure and Services), Wandile Zwane (Group Head: Social Development), Yondela Silimela (Executive Head: Development Planning), Thabo Maisela (Executive Director: Housing), Lisa Seftel (Executive Director: Transport), Dr Refik Bismilla (Executive Director: Health), Lungelwa Sonqishe (Executive Head: Revenue and Customer Relations Management),

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Johannesburg

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

R’000

R’000

49 007 706 44 475 939

R’000

41 771 192

45 293 151 40 409 662

37 916 364

3 714 555

4 066 277

3 854 828

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

9 905 570

8 941 663

8 930 055

Total Current Assets

15 393 497 13 570 609

16 182 307

Total Current Liabilities

17 230 192

13 594 522

Community Wealth/Equity

46 472 505

14 226 529

43 125 686 39 294 295

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

7 420 297

5 975 709

7 386 819

Cash at Year End

3 266 813

4 369 765

4 879 554

n/a

850 474

1 038 967

2015/16

2014/15

29 433

29 723

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions

1 467

1 391

Managerial Positions

2 702

2 038

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Water

Sewerage

144 8 716 605

2015/16

2014/15

Inside Yard

839 634

839 634

<200m from Yard

102 462

99 424

Households - Free Basic Service

Electricity

149 9 132 896

Total Customer Entities Served

31 430

31 490

809 701

807 000

Households - Free Basic Service

29 554

35 769

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

678 135

662 957

Ventilated Pit Latrine

52 971

49 368

Households - Free Basic Service

41 133

41 337

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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CITY OF TSHWANE METROPOLITAN MUNICIPALITY (TSH)

GAUTENG

CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 440, Pretoria, 0001 PHYSICAL: Isivuno House, 135 Lilian Ngoyi Street, Cnr Madiba & Lilian Ngoyi Streets, Pretoria TEL: 012 358 9999 FAX: 012 358 4896 EMAIL: customercare@tshwane.gov.za WEB: www.tshwane.gov.za

CITY OF TSHWANE Winterveldt

OVERVIEW

Soshanguve

Description: The City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality is a Category A municipality situated in the Gauteng Province. It merged with the Metsweding District, which was a consequence of the Gauteng Global City Region Strategy to reduce the number of municipalities in Gauteng to at least four by 2016. The City of Tshwane is the single-largest metropolitan municipality in the country, comprising seven regions, 105 wards and 210 councillors. Pretoria is the capital of South Africa. It has the second-largest number of embassies in the world after Washington DC. Many embassies thus call this city their home. The Union Buildings house the administrative hub of the country and have also been the setting for the presidential inaugurations of Nelson Mandela, Thabo Mbeki and the incumbent South African president, Jacob Zuma. These sandstone buildings offer beautiful views over the City. Its rich and colourful heritage is reflected in the City’s myriad of museums, monuments and historical buildings, and is punctuated by contemporary arts and crafts markets, bringing the City alive with a unique blend of new and old. The Science and Technology Museum offers a tactile experience of science at work. The South African mint has a minting press dating back to 1892 that is still in operation. The City also offers township sleepovers with a five-star stay. Church Square and the State Theatre often host international and national performances. There are also two nature reserves where visitors can view wildlife such as buffalo, antelope, cheetah, jackal, giraffe and sable. Area: 6 298km2 Cities/Towns: Akasia, Atteridgeville, Bronkhorstspruit, Centurion, Cullinan, Ekangala, Ga-Rankuwa, Garsfontein, Hammanskraal, Irene, Kudube, Mabopane, Mamelodi, Pretoria, Pretoria North, Rayton, Refilwe, Roodeplaat, Soshanguve, Temba, Winterveldt Main Economic Sectors: Community services (34%), finance (25%), transport (12%), trade (10%), manufacturing (10%), construction (3%), mining (2%), electricity (2%), agriculture (1%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 3 275 152 No Schooling: 4.5% Households: 1 136 877

Population Growth: 2.60% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 58.3% Formal Dwellings: 82.6%

Ga-Rankuwa Akasia Pretoria North

Roodeplaat Mamelodi

Pretoria Atteridgeville

Garsfontein

Centurion

Bronkhorstspruit

Irene

Doctor Tswale (SED: Sports, Recreation, Arts and Culture), Amolemo Mothoagae (SED: Housing and Sustainable Human Settlements), Mayur Maganlal (City Strategies and Performance Management), Nomasonto Ndlovu (Communications, Marketing and Events), Mpho Kekana (Health and Social Development), Robert Maswanganyi (Acting SED: Energy and Electricity), Stephens Notoane (Acting SED: Water and Sanitation), Joan K de Beer (Chief of Emergency Services), Steve K Ngobeni (Chief of Police), Dumisani Otumile (SED: Group ICT), Bruno Seabela (SED: Group Legal Services), Obed Thenga (Group Audit and Risk), Mankwana Thovhakale (Acting SED: Roads and Transport), Mthobeli Kolisa (SED: Agriculture and Environment), Mapiti Matsena (SEH: Speaker’s Office), Dorah Nteo (Acting SEH: Executive Mayor’s Office)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2016/17 Unaudited

R’000

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially unqualified unqualified

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

32 206 134 28 098 609 25 649 978

Total Expenditure

28 651 835 27 789 957 24 883 847

Surplus/(Deficit)

3 554 299

308 651

766 131

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

4 465 209

3 968 594

4 114 918

Total Current Assets

6 955 260

5 574 230

4 930 011

7 192 576

9 173 989

7 141 095

22 375 161

18 719 684

18 411 056 3 321 838

Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Refilwe Cullinan

CASH FLOWS

Composition of Council: DA 93, ANC 89, EFF 25, VF PLUS 4, ACDP 1,

Operating Cash Flow

4 234 230

4 608 446

COPE 1, PAC 1

Cash at Year End

2 383 648

1 186 049

600 518

Controlling Party: DA Minority Government Mayor: Mr Solly Msimanga Other Members of Council: Katlego Rachel Matheba (Speaker),

UIFW EXPENDITURE

n/a

2 567 125

1 886 246

2015/16

2014/15

Christian van der Heever (Chief Whip), Randall Willams (MMC: Economic Development and Planning), Mandla Nkomo (MMC: Housing and Human Settlement), Mike Mkhari (MMC: Agriculture and Environmental Management), Derek Kissundooth (MMC: Safety and Security), Mari-Lise Fourie (MMC: Finance), Ntsiki Mokhoto (MMC: Sports, Recreation, Arts and Culture), Sheila Senkugube (MMC: Roads and Transport), Darryl Moss (MMC: Infrastructure), Sakkie Du Plooy (MMC: Health and Social Development), Cilliers Brink (MMC: Corporate and Shared Services) Municipal Manager: Mr Moeketsi Mosola Chief Financial Officer: Umar Banda (Acting) Communications Officer: Selby Bokaba LED Officer: Ms Tembeka Mhlekwa (SED: Economic Development) Other Senior Management: Lindiwe Kwele (DCM: Strategy Development and Implementation), Lisa Mangcu (DCM: Infrastructure and Community Services), Mokgokela Boshielo (DCM: Governance and Support Services), Ndivho Lukhwareni (DCM: Service Delivery and Coordination), Cynthia Ramulifho (SED: Corporate and Shared Services),

Total Employment Positions

30 421

30 169

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions

10 6 657 199

2015/16

2014/15

613 428

598 779

<200m from Yard

53 772

55 973

>200m from Yard

108 897

113 212

Households - Free Basic Service

413 000

84 578

Total Customer Entities Served

710 708

704 056

Households - Free Basic Service

120 000

84 578

549 152

547 694

4 975

4 975

Inside Yard

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

Sewerage

805

91

SERVICE DELIVERY*

Electricity

310

1 027 7 584 727

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

Water

847

Ventilated Pit Latrine Other Households - Free Basic Service

1 875

1 875

120 000

84 578

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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The role of partnerships in strengthening South Africa’s public sector It would be counterproductive to deny that South Africa’s public sector faces substantial challenges, and that confidence in the country’s stateowned enterprises is at what appears to be a historic low. However, it would also be counter-productive to fail to acknowledge the remarkable potential that the sector has to enrich the economy, particularly if partnerships between the public and private sectors are harnessed and strengthened.

interventions strive to equip young people with the skills and development that will aid employment and self-employment prospects. A critical component of this drive is the ReadytoWork initiative – a pan-African programme that equips young people for the world of work by offering online skills training, face-to-face training and work e xposure to enhance employability and entrepreneurial prospects.

To effect real and measurable change in the public sector and build confidence in its ability to contribute positively to economic development and job creation, it is critical for players in the industry to be agile and responsive in order to implement pioneering solutions.

A scholarship and bursary fund for disadvantaged students is another focus area: it supports and facilitates access to quality education for students who fall within the “missing middle” and who would otherwise not be able to pursue and complete their studies.

In its already established partnerships with some of South Africa’s foremost public sector institutions – such as the National Treasury, SARS, Eskom and Transnet – Absa Corporate and Investment Banking (CIB) has illustrated its belief in the sector and deepened its commitment to acting as a good corporate citizen in order to build capabilities in the public sector that will change the lives of the South Africans that require it most: the young and the poor. Research has indicated that Africa has the youngest population in the world, with an estimated 50% aged between 15 and 24. Nearly half of all youth on the continent are not enrolled in any form of education, employment or training. As part of its commitment to improve the circumstances of the youth, the organization has invested in education and enterprise development programmes, in particular, to assist the youth through both financial and non-financial support. The bank is well aware of the constraints facing young people in South Africa and across the rest of the continent more broadly, and is playing its part to end joblessness through various initiatives. These initiatives include its investment of R1.4 billion in youth education and skills development programmes, over three years, as part of the company’s Shared Growth strategy. The strategy focuses on improving the lives of the individuals and communities that the organisation’s 42 000 staff live and work in across Africa, while simultaneously creating measurable value for stakeholders in the three main areas of education and skills, enterprise development and financial inclusion.

Education and skills development Education and skills development are areas in desperate need of innovative solutions across the continent, and the organisation’s

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In line with this, the company has also used its position as a corporate citizen and leader to support the Fees Must Fall campaign in a variety of ways, offering both financial and non-financial support. As a financial services provider that banks some 15 of the country’s universities, the company recognises the role that these institutions play in developing the youth into skilled and productive members of the community and, as such, also strives to play its part. This includes supporting the government’s Adopt-a-TVET (Technical and Vocational Education and Training College) programme, where the company partners with these colleges to improve institutional performance and the delivery of quality education. As with many of the universities, the organisation also banks many TVETs.

An overview of our approach to Enterprise and Supplier Development Shared Growth is a crucial component of Absa’s strategy for fulfilling its role as a responsible corporate citizen in South Africa. Simply put, the core of this strategic objective is to make a meaningful impact and contribution to the society in which we operate. A significant component of this strategy is our focus on SME development through our Enterprise and Supplier Development value proposition that aims to work in partnership with Public Sector entities to develop and fund SMEs as part of our inclusive growth agenda. The growth element of our Shared Growth strategy intent is directly linked to key local and national aspirations such as economic growth and job creation. For Enterprise and Supplier Development one of the major challenges in driving this Shared Growth strategy is finding like-minded partners with whom to build a shared vision for what needs to be accomplished, through a shared understanding of each other’s challenges and

Steve Seaka, Head of Public Sector, Barclays Africa Group constraints in building a viable solution for the sustainable development and funding of SMMEs. As Absa we see partnership and collaboration with the City of Tshwane as critical to developing the capacity and strategies for overcoming challenges and constraints in fostering sustainable SME development and growth in the City. Another area in the public sector that requires investment and partnership between both public and private players is infrastructure, particularly in terms of water and energy. The severe drought the country has faced in the past few years has served as a stark reminder that South Africa is a waterscarce country – meaning that innovative solutions to expedite projects, offset losses and improve efficiencies will need to be found, most likely through public-private partnerships (PPPs). This applies equally to energy projects too. Increased partnering between public and private institutions is essential to accelerate critical infrastructure and other public sector projects that have the potential to drive growth and development in South Africa. The public sector has the potential to incorporate South Africans across the spectrum into the mainstream economy, but it is only through continued collaboration and investment from both sides of the public and private divide that the sector can be reignited to create more inclusive progress. Despite the raft of challenges that the industry currently faces, its long-term prospects remain optimistic and, with concerted cooperation going forward can become even more of a force to be reckoned with. It is for this reason that Absa CIB – and, in fact, the entire bank – has vowed to continue deepening its existing partnerships as well as focus on forming new ones to increase the positive impact of the sector on South Africa’s socio-economic landscape.

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SEDIBENG DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC42)

GAUTENG

CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 471, Vereeniging, 1930 PHYSICAL: Cnr Beaconsfield Avenue & Leslie Street, Vereeniging TEL: 016 450 3000 FAX: 016 455 2573 EMAIL: info@sedibeng.gov.za WEB: www.sedibeng.gov.za

Devon Nigel

LESEDI

Daleside

De Deur

Heidelberg

Randvaal

OVERVIEW Description: The Sedibeng District Municipality is a Category C municipality situated on the southern tip of the Gauteng Province and strategically located on the border of three other provinces, namely Free State, North West and Mpumalanga. The municipality is the only area in the province that is situated on the banks of the Vaal River and Vaal Dam, covering the area formerly known as the Vaal Triangle. The municipality is a stones throw from Johannesburg along the scenic Vaal, Klip and Suikerbos Rivers. It is comprised of the Emfuleni, Lesedi and Midvaal Local Municipalities, and includes the historic townships of Evaton, Sebokeng, Boipatong, Bophelong, Sharpeville and Ratanda, which have a rich political history and heritage. It has a variety of attractions offering a vast cultural heritage and historical experience including, among others, the political breakthroughs that led to the country’s political turnabout. The Sedibeng region boasts several Heritage Sites related to the South African War of 1899-1902 and the two World Wars that followed. The Sharpeville Memorial Precinct stands as a reminder of the Sharpeville Massacre of 21 March 1960, when 69 people lost their lives while protesting the pass laws of the then apartheid South Africa. Sedibeng is the fourth-largest contributor to the Gauteng economy. The predominant economic sector in the district is the manufacturing of fabricated metal and chemicals. In the metal sector, the Arcelor-Mittal Steel plant, the Cape Gate Davsteel Wire and Steel plant, and the Ferromanganese plant of Samancor are the three main large baseline plants in the district, while DCDDorbyl Heavy Engineering is the biggest manufacturer of engineered products in Southern Africa. The well-developed national road network that cuts across the district to all the provinces ensures that the region remains the industrial centre of the Gauteng Province. The municipality is 40km away from Johannesburg and 80km away from Pretoria, without the high traffic volumes. The municipality offers the best opportunity for growth and development as a result of availability of land for both residential and commercial development in a picturesque and tranquil setting. The Vaal University of Technology and the North-West University’s Vaal Campus offer a wide range of graduates that provide the bulwark of employees for business and industries that seek to set up operations in Sedibeng. Area: 4 173km2 Main Economic Sectors: Manufacturing (30.8%), government (17.8%), business services (17.8%), trade (13.7%)

Sebokeng

EMFULENI Vanderbijlpark

Vereeniging

Lochvaal Barrage

MIDVAAL

Other Members of Council: Melina Gomba (Speaker), Sithole Assistance Mshudulu (Chief Whip), Z Raikane (MMC: Health and Social Development), L Gamede (MMC: Environment and Clean Energy), T S Maphalla (MMC: Corporate Services), Y J Mahommed (MMC: SRACH and Public Safety), G Hlongwane (MMC: Strategic Planning and Economic Development), P B Tsotetsi (MMC: Finance), M L Khomoeasera (MMC: Human Settlements), J Dlangamandla (MMC: Transport and Infrastructure) Municipal Manager: Mr Thomas Lindelo Mkaza (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr C E Steyn (Acting) Communications Officer: Mr J Z Majola LED Officer: Mr Khulu Mbongo Other Senior Management: F M Mathe (Acting Chief Operations Officer), Sorrious Manele (Executive Director: Transport, Infrastructure and Environment), Morongwe Mazibuko (Executive Director: Community Services), Mapula Phiri-Khaole (Executive Director: Corporate Services), Rudolph Netshivhale (Acting Executive Director: Strategic Planning and Economic Development)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

R’000

R’000

R’000

361 853

344 147

365 089

375 332

389 374

370 560

(45 227)

(5 471)

9 471

9 033

15 676

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets

45 642

34 692

43 628

Total Current Liabilities

45 093

131 293

109 317

Community Wealth/Equity

95 943

47 811

92 365

CASH FLOWS

Population: 957 528 No Schooling: 4.3% Households: 330 828

UIFW EXPENDITURE

2014/15

(13 479)

Cash at Year End

Population Growth: 1.00% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 48.0% Formal Dwellings: 86.7%

2015/16

Financially Unaudited Clean audit unqualified

Surplus/(Deficit)

Operating Cash Flow

2016/17

Total Expenditure

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Ratanda

Meyerton

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

(10 802)

7 335

11 036

(9 855)

8 903

10 415

n/a

15 186

143

2015/16

2014/15

598

616

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Vacant Positions

13

49

Composition of Council: ANC 11, DA 6, EFF 2, VF PLUS 1 (40% PR Seats) Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Busisiwe Modisakeng

Managerial Positions

73

78

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

5

3

241 430

220 831

EMFULENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (GT421) CONTACT DETAILS

OVERVIEW

POSTAL: PO Box 3, Vanderbijlpark, 1900 PHYSICAL: Cnr Klasie Havenga & Frikkie Meyer Boulevard,

Description: The Emfuleni Local Municipality is a Category B

Vanderbijlpark TEL: 016 950 5000 FAX: 016 950 5050 WEB: www.emfuleni.gov.za

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

municipality situated in the Sedibeng District in the Gauteng Province. It is the westernmost local municipality of the district, which covers the entire southern area of the Gauteng Province, extending along a 120km axis from east to west.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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Communications Officer: Mr Stanley Gaba (Acting) LED Officer: Mr Sibusiso Biyela Other Senior Management: Mr Collin P Kekana (Chief Operations Officer), Mr M Modiba (Chief Information Officer), Ms T Konyana (Chief Risk Officer), Ms Jane Masite (Chief Audit Executive)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

6 309 249

5 266 159

4 918 326

Total Expenditure

5 958 476

5 618 925

5 485 604

Surplus/(Deficit)

350 773

(352 766)

(567 278)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

350 773

240 880

287 995

Total Current Assets

951 680

719 245

614 327

1 885 541

1 379 131

1 136 431

9 822 248

10 158 599

10 511 364

Operating Cash Flow

(343 474)

185 636

286 557

Cash at Year End

(744 405)

76 456

123 982

n/a

623 645

454 272

Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS

Population: 733 445 No Schooling: 4.1% Households: 253 488

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

2014/15

Total Employment Positions

5 438

6 353

Vacant Positions

3 199

3 528

68

50

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Managerial Positions

Composition of Council: ANC 50, DA 22, EFF 11, AIC 3, VF PLUS 2,

Vacant Managerial Positions

COPE 1, PAC 1

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Jacob Khawe (Executive Mayor) Other Members of Council: Maipato Tsokolibane (Speaker), Christina

SERVICE DELIVERY*

Sale (Chief Whip), Dimakatso Maria Malisa (MMC: Environmental Management and Planning), Motshana Jan Moshoaluba (MMC: Human Settlement), Mokete Edwin Kele (MMC: Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture, Library Information Services, Parks and Cemeteries), Penny Sylvia Sengoatsi (MMC: Health and Social Development), Robert Thema (MMC: Finance and Revenue), Busi Mncube (MMC: Corporate and Governance), Nomvula Thulo (MMC: Basic Services), Pias Maseko (MMC: Public Safety), Khethiwe Ntombela (MMC: Infrastructure Planning and Development), Thembile Samson Nquba (MMC: LED) Municipal Manager: Mr Dithabe Nkoane (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Mfaraleni Maseanoka (Acting)

2014/15

Total Revenue

UIFW EXPENDITURE

Population Growth: 0.37% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 48.0% Formal Dwellings: 87.0%

2015/16

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

2016/17

GAUTENG

The Vaal River forms the southern boundary. Emfuleni shares boundaries with the City of Johannesburg Metro to the north, Metsimaholo in the Free State to the south, Midvaal to the east, and Rand West City and JB Marks (in the North West Province) to the west. The Emfuleni Local Municipality is rich in history as it encapsulates the Anglo-Boer War, with heritage assets such as the Sharpeville monument and the liberation struggle epitomised by the signing of the Constitution in 1996 in Sharpeville. The municipality is strategically located, with access to a wellmaintained road network – the N1 linking Johannesburg and Bloemfontein, and traversing Emfuleni. Sasolburg forms the heartland of what was formerly known as the Vaal Triangle, renowned for its contribution to the iron and steel industry in South Africa. Its location also affords it many opportunities for tourism and other forms of economic development. Area: 966km2 Cities/Towns: Evaton, Sebokeng, Vaal Oewer, Vanderbijlpark, Vereeniging Main Economic Sectors: Manufacturing (40.8%), community services (22.3%), finance (16%), trade (7.4%), transport (4.4%), construction (3.5%), electricity (3.3%)

Electricity

904 973

2015/16

2014/15 208 000

<200m from Yard

19 747

19 747

>200m from Yard

1 600

1 600

Households - Free Basic Service

38 389

37 556 193 361

Total Customer Entities Served

216 182

Households - Free Basic Service

38 389

37 556

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

197 738

197 738

4 350

4 350

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

Sewerage

0

967 389

208 000

Inside Yard

Water

15

Ventilated Pit Latrine Other Households - Free Basic Service

1 842

1 842

25 417

25 417

38 389

35 069

LESEDI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (GT423) CONTACT DETAILS

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

POSTAL: PO Box 201, Heidelberg, 1438 PHYSICAL: Cnr HF Verwoerd & Louw Streets, Heidelberg TEL: 016 492 0049 FAX: EMAIL: Waroom@lesedi.gov.za WEB: www.lesedilm.gov.za

Population: 112 472 No Schooling: 5.4% Households: 39 294

OVERVIEW Description: The Lesedi Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated in the Sedibeng District in the Gauteng Province. It is one of three municipalities in the district, making up over a third of its geographical area. It can be described primarily as a rural, agricultural area. It is situated approximately 56km south-east of Johannesburg and is traversed by two national roads (the N17 and the N3), which creates future economic development potential. Devon/Impumelelo, situated on the eastern edge of the municipal area abutting the N17 freeway on the north, is a significant rural settlement, while Vischkuil/Endicott, lying east of Springs and abutting Provincial Route R29, is a smaller rural centre. The major urban concentration is located in Heidelberg/Ratanda, situated along the N3 freeway where it intersects with Provincial Route R42, east of the Suikerbosrand Nature Reserve. Area: 1 484km2 Cities/Towns: Devon, Heidelberg, Nigel, Vischkuil Main Economic Sectors: Manufacturing (38.8%), community services (29.4%), financial services (18.6%)

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Population Growth: 2.78% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 42.5% Formal Dwellings: 88.3%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 16, DA 6, EFF 3, VF PLUS 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Lerato Maloka Other Members of Council: Mluleki Nkosi (Speaker), Mzwakhe Motsonyana (Chief Whip), Mapule Motsepe (MMC: Service Delivery), Kate Rakitla (MMC: Community Services), Thembi Ramothibe (MMC: Finance and Administration), Themba Motsepe (LED) Municipal Manager: Mr Paul Mpele Communications Officer: Mr Arthur Thokoane LED Officer: Mr Thami Gorati Other Senior Management: Cynthia Mokoena (Community Services), Isaac Rampedi (Infrastructure Services), Jabu Mara (Local Economic Development and Planning)

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

2014/15

814

895

Vacant Positions

117

86

Managerial Positions

33

26

Total Employment Positions

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

6

2

151 355

136 836

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

GAUTENG

AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

SERVICE DELIVERY*

2015/16

2014/15

34 403

29 742

<200m from Yard

3 389

2 489

3 410

4 339

26 402

26 402

Inside Yard

Water

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Households - Free Basic Service

Total Revenue

757 521

690 050

627 166

Total Customer Entities Served

Total Expenditure

714 253

689 650

620 562

Surplus/(Deficit)

43 268

400

6 605

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

43 244

32 254

55 144

Electricity

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

Sewerage

Total Current Assets

266 669

121 703

91 738

Total Current Liabilities

235 384

158 357

144 763

Community Wealth/Equity

731 054

657 092

656 692

45 096

30 508

68 570

13 483

14 989

18 976

n/a

118 322

125 260

Households - Free Basic Service

Ventilated Pit Latrine Other Households - Free Basic Service

3 410

4 339

33 828

23 918

715

969

3 389

2 403

134

134

3 410

4 339

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

MIDVAAL LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (GT422) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 9, Meyerton, 1960 PHYSICAL: 25 Mitchell Street, Meyerton TEL: 016 360 7400 FAX: 016 360 7519 EMAIL: records@midvaal.gov.za WEB: www.midvaal.gov.za

Municipal Manager: Mr Albert De Klerk Chief Financial Officer: Mrs Annette van Schalkwyk Communications Officer: Mr T Peeters LED Officer: Mr Henry Human (Executive Director: Development, Planning and Housing)

Other Senior Management: Mr Steph Coetzee (Executive Director: Engineering Services), Mr Solly Mosidi (Executive Director: Community Services), Mr Thom Peeters (Deputy Municipal Manager)

OVERVIEW Description: The Midvaal Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Sedibeng District in the south of the Gauteng Province. The City of Ekurhuleni and City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipalities are situated to the north. It is bordered by the Free State Province to the south and the Mpumalanga Province to the east. It is the biggest municipality of three in the district, making up almost half of its geographical area. The spatial structure of the Midvaal municipal area is predominantly that of a rural area, with extensive farming. There are two significant natural features impacting on the physical structure, namely the Suikerbosrand Nature Reserve and the Vaal River, which form the southern boundary of the municipality and the Gauteng Province. Secondary natural features that play a significant role in the development dynamics of the area are the Klip River, Suikerbosrand River and the Vaal Dam. Area: 1 722km2 Cities/Towns: De Deur/Walkerville, Eikenhof, Meyerton, Vaal Marina Main Economic Sectors: Manufacturing (25.1%), community services (22.5%), finance (20.4%), trade (11.4%), transport (6.1%), electricity (5.7%), construction (5.7%), agriculture (2.6%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 111 612 No Schooling: 4.0% Households: 38 046

Population Growth: 3.59% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 53.7% Formal Dwellings: 82.9%

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

2016/17

2014/15

Unaudited Clean audit Clean audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

927 091 931 383 (4 292) 84 489

859 371 876 001 (16 630) 82 916

776 922 798 611 (21 690) 68 969

279 200 133 821 1 990 187

240 639 141 418 1 968 676

209 353 116 559 1 985 305

113 736 130 091 n/a

116 022 100 000 -

69 966 75 520 -

2015/16

2014/15

730 14 45 1 212 774

640 2 29 2 181 644

2015/16

2014/15

15 336 12 266 11 795 1 163 10 747 21 3 903 1 163

13 567 11 904 10 774 364 10 089 30 3 233 535

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

SERVICE DELIVERY*

Composition of Council: DA 17, ANC 9, EFF 2, VF PLUS 1 Controlling Party: DA Mayor: Mr Bongani Baloyi Other Members of Council: Freddie Peters (Speaker), Phil Pretorius

Inside Yard Water Households - Free Basic Service Total Customer Entities Served Electricity Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Flush Toilet - Septic Tank Sewerage Other Households - Free Basic Service

(Chief Whip), Hennie Oosthuysen (Community Services), Patricia Hutcheson (MMC: Finance), Amelia Tshukudu (Corporate Services), Mokete Motsamai (MMC: Development and Planning), Pieter Texiera (MMC: Engineering Services)

2015/16

WEST RAND DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC48) CONTACT DETAILS

OVERVIEW

POSTAL: Private Bag X033, Randfontein, 1759 PHYSICAL: Cnr Sixth & Park Streets, Randfontein TEL: 011 411 5000 FAX: 011 412 3663 EMAIL: admin@wrdm.gov.za WEB: www.wrdm.gov.za

Description: The West Rand District Municipality is a Category C

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

municipality located in the west of the Gauteng Province. The West Rand extends from Randfontein (the seat of the district) in the west to Roodepoort in the east, and includes the town of Krugersdorp.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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It is bordered by Bojanala Platinum to the north-west, City of Tshwane to the north-east, City of Johannesburg to the east, Sedibeng to the southeast, and Dr Kenneth Kaunda to the south-west. It comprises three local municipalities: Merafong, Mogale and Rand West Cities. The municipality is situated relatively closely to the hub of economic activity in Gauteng, and is transversed by major national roads, namely the N12 and N14. Its main contribution lies primarily within the mining sector, however, areas such as Krugersdorp fulfil a residential function for many people working in Johannesburg. The West Rand remains the poorest region contributing to Gauteng’s GDP. The Cradle of Humankind falls under the jurisdiction of Mogale City and Merafong City, and forms part of the World Heritage Site. Area: 4 087km2 Main Economic Sectors: Manufacturing (22%), mining (19%), community services (19%), finance (16%), trade (10%), transport (6%), construction (4%)

Muldersdrift

Krugersdorp

Randfontein Finsbury Mohlakeng Venterspos

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 838 594 No Schooling: 3.8% Households: 330 572

Oberholzer Carletonville East Driefontein

Composition of Council: ANC 23, DA 12, EFF 6, VF PLUS 2, RPP 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Boyce Maneli Other Members of Council: Nonkoliso Tundzi (Speaker), Smuts Monoana (Chief Whip), Brenda Mahuma (MPAC Chairperson), Dennis Thabe (MMC: Regional Re-industrialisation), Farouk Bhayat (MMC: Finance), Buyiswa Xulu (MMC: Health and Social Development), Heather Butler (MMC: Public Safety), Thembi Matuwane (MMC: Integrated Environment), Diteko Moreotsenye (MMC: Infrastructure and Human Settlement), Puleng Chabane (MMC: Corporate Services), Samuel Konopi (MMC: Transport and Roads) Municipal Manager: Mr Moroashike David Mokoena Chief Financial Officer: Mr Romeo Mohaudi Communications Officer: Khamo Tsotetsi LED Officer: Zeblon Mphaphuli Other Senior Management: Mrs Morongwe Mazibuko (Health and Social Development), Mrs Herina Hamer (Regional Development Planning and Environmental Management), Mr Elias Koloi (Public Safety), Mrs Rethabiseng Mokebe (Corporate Services)

Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

RAND WEST CITY

MERAFONG CITY

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Total Employment Positions

Bekkersdal Westonaria

Population Growth: 0.48% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 44.8% Formal Dwellings: 76.3%

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

GAUTENG

MOGALE CITY Magaliesburg

Fochville

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2016/17 Unaudited

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially unqualified unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

310 010

327 172

241 058

306 885

323 104

287 226

3 125

4 068

(46 168)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

25 545

541

1 731

Total Current Assets

29 728

49 314

39 025

Total Current Liabilities

17 646

56 415

50 278

Community Wealth/Equity

31 379

(2 346)

(5 874)

13 163

(21 174)

566

1 519

13 904

35 612

n/a

51

-

Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

2015/16

2014/15

547

533

157

63

Cash at Year End

22

22

UIFW EXPENDITURE

1

3

179 532

185 174

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

MERAFONG CITY LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (GT484) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 3, Carletonville, 2500 PHYSICAL: 3 Halite Street, Carletonville TEL: 018 788 9500 FAX: 018 786 1105 WEB: www.merafong.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Merafong City Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the West Rand District in the Gauteng Province. It is the largest of three municipalities in the district, making up almost half of its geographical area. It is situated about 65km from Johannesburg and is serviced by a number of major roads, including the N12 from Johannesburg to Cape Town and the N14, which is the main road between Gauteng and Mahikeng (previously Mafikeng) via Ventersdorp. Its boundaries enclose some of the richest gold mines in the world. Formerly a cross-border municipality, the entire municipality was transferred to the North West Province following the abolition of cross-border municipalities by an amendment to the South African Constitution in 2005. The municipality was part of the North West Province from 2005 to 2009, when it was reincorporated into the

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Gauteng Province by another amendment to the Constitution, following often violent protests in the township of Khutsong. Merafong’s historical development is closely knit with the discovery of rich gold deposits in the early 1930s. Fochville is the oldest town in the region, and was declared a town in 1951. The town Carletonville was named after Guy Carleton Jones, an engineer from the Gold Fields Ltd mining company, who played a prominent role in the discovery of the West Wits gold field, of which Carletonville forms a part. The mining company decided, in November 1946, to establish the town. Carletonville was proclaimed in 1948 and attained Town Council Status on 1 July 1959. Wedela is situated between Western Deep Levels and Elandsrand mine. The town’s name is derived from the prefixes of the two mines: the ‘Wed-’ from Western Deep Levels and the ‘ela’ from Elandsrand. Wedela was established as a mining village in December 1978 by Harry Oppenheimer, and municipal status was granted to the town on 1 January 1990. Area: 1 631km2 Cities/Towns: Carletonville, Fochville, Wedela Main Economic Sectors: Mining (50.7%), trade (9.7%), finance and business services (9.9%), community services (9.2%), general government (9.1%)

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 188 843 No Schooling: 4.1% Households: 79 834

SERVICE DELIVERY*

Population Growth: -1.02% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 38.4% Formal Dwellings: 81.3%

Water

GAUTENG

Electricity

Composition of Council: ANC 30, DA 12, EFF 9, AIC 1, IFP 1, UDM 1, Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: S M Mogale Letsie Other Members of Council: T E Mphithikezi (Speaker), W T Mosiane

Sewerage

(Chief Whip), M Ngqele (Portfolio Head: Corporate and Shared Services), E M Lekopa (Portfolio Head: Health and Social Development), N Best (Portfolio Head: LED, Tourism and Rural Development) Municipal Manager: Mr Langa Thibini (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Antoinette Ngwenya Communications Officer: Mr Chris Spies (Manager: Corporate Communication and Marketing) LED Officer: Mr Albie Nieuwoudt (Executive Director: Economic Development, Planning and Environmental Management) Other Senior Management: Ziwa Hobe (Executive Director: Community Services), Lekgau Maja (Executive Director: Infrastructure Development)

Total Employment Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

79 444

<200m from Yard

25 787

25 787

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

VF PLUS 1

Vacant Positions

2014/15

81 335

Households - Free Basic Service

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

Inside Yard

2015/16

2014/15

1 512

1 483

355

326

32

32

2

2

315 900

331 479

4 099

7 109

49 905

49 183

3 201

7 109

56 767

56 767

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

1 300

1 300

Ventilated Pit Latrine

9 906

9 906

Households - Free Basic Service

4 099

7 109

2015/16

2014/15

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

AUDIT OUTCOME

Unaudited

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Financially Financially unqualified unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

1 380 149

1 234 286

1 249 014

Total Expenditure

1 452 754

1 233 725

1 408 825

Surplus/(Deficit)

(72 605)

561

(159 811)

151 892

152 068

200 042

Total Current Assets

288 744

302 707

355 701

Total Current Liabilities

513 968

415 632

400 710

2 671 407

2 767 695

2 701 271

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

(11 426)

126 292

71 033

(240 777)

84 789

85 948

n/a

17 755

396

UIFW EXPENDITURE

MOGALE CITY LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (GT481) CONTACT DETAILS

Area: 1 342km2 Cities/Towns: Krugersdorp, Magaliesburg, Muldersdrift Main Economic Sectors: Mining services, transport, energy,

POSTAL: PO Box 94, Krugersdorp, 1740 PHYSICAL: Cnr Commissioner & Market Streets, Krugersdorp TEL: 011 951 2000/1 FAX: 011 953 2547 EMAIL: mm@mogalecity.gov.za WEB: www.mogalecity.gov.za

manufacturing, tourism, agriculture

OVERVIEW

Population: 383 864 No Schooling: 3.4% Households: 147 153

Description: The Mogale City Local Municipality is a Category B municipality located within the West Rand District in the Gauteng Province. It lies directly south and west of the City of Tshwane and City of Johannesburg Metropolitan areas respectively. To the north, south and west it borders onto the Madibeng, Rand West City and Rustenburg Local Municipalities respectively. The northern part of Mogale City comprises the bulk of the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site. Mogale City’s strongest functional urban linkage is with the City of Johannesburg. Krugersdorp and the greater Kagiso area, Mogale City’s primary urban complex, forms part of a band of development stretching from the Johannesburg Inner City westwards along the mining belt up to Krugersdorp. The strongest east-west transport linkages between Mogale City and Johannesburg are along the R512, as well as the east-west railway line. Mogale City is linked to the City of Tshwane via the R28/N14 highway. The largest part of Mogale City is rural, with a specific urban concentration in the south-eastern part of the municipality where it interfaces with the Gauteng urban complex. The rural environment is characterised by prominent features: the Magaliesburg and Witwatersberg Ranges in the north-west. Rural towns in Mogale City are Tarlton, Magaliesburg and Hekpoort, located in the west. An urban concentration is found in the south-eastern part around Krugersdorp and Kagiso. The Krugersdorp CBD is the main business, social and administration centre and fulfils a regional function. The areas around Krugersdorp are established middle-to-high income residential areas with the full range of urban amenities, services and facilities. The areas to the south of Krugersdorp, namely Kagiso, Azaadville and Rietvallel (referred to as the Kagiso complex), are predominantly disadvantaged settlements with more limited access to service and facilities. The Kagiso complex is physically separated from Krugersdorp’s urban areas by an extensive mining belt that runs roughly in an east-west direction through the area.

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Population Growth: 1.31% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 49.8% Formal Dwellings: 76.0%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 38, DA 27, EFF 9, VF PLUS 2, IFP 1 Controlling Party: Hung Municipality (ANC Mayor and Speaker) Mayor: Mr Patrick Lipudi Other Members of Council: Noluthando Mangole (Speaker), Isaac Dube (Chief Whip), Norman Sedumedi (Finance), Anna SetswaloMoja (Human Settlement and Rural Development), Paul Molapo (LED and Rural Development), Evodia Cindi (Health and Social Development), Lwando Resha (Community Safety), Francinah Chohledi (Integrated Environmental Management), Maxwell Khuzwayo (Energy, Water and Sanitation), Betty Mdlane (Engineering Services / Roads and Transport), Charmaine Ntlatlane-Zwane (Sports, Recreation, Arts, Culture and Heritage), Peter Moeketsi (Corporate Support Services) Municipal Manager: Mr Maanda Pringle Raedani Chief Financial Officer: Mrs Dorothy S Diale Communications Officer: Nkosana Zali LED Officer: Makhosana Msezana (Executive Manager: Economic Services) Other Senior Management: Ratha Ramatlhape (Executive Manager: Corporate Support), Ashmar Khuduge (Executive Manager: Community Development Services), Thami Matshego (Executive Manager: DIEM), Mahubila Monakedi (Executive Manager: Public Works, Roads and Transport), Lesego Mphefo (Acting Executive Manager: Strategic Management Services), Sandile Mbanjwa (Acting Executive Manager: Utilities Management Services)

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

2014/15

Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

2 771 991 44 0 605 914

2 556 771 43 4 561 800

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Unaudited Clean audit unqualified

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

2 584 840

2 596 952

2 259 100

Total Expenditure

2 725 627

2 606 893

2 304 667

Surplus/(Deficit)

(140 786)

(9 941)

(45 566)

244 863

467 886

398 868

476 415

568 894

612 461

1 022 481

880 149

714 043

4 946 270

5 118 660

5 126 375

254 294

372 633

251 293

44 752

67 292

165 897

n/a

115 234

264

Total Revenue

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

SERVICE DELIVERY*

2015/16

2014/15

109 545

109 545

<200m from Yard

10 220

10 220

>200m from Yard

1 300

0

Households - Free Basic Service

42 842

72 765

Total Customer Entities Served

117 373

117 373

Households - Free Basic Service

12 833

13 109

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

101 127

101 127

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

5 306

9 581

Ventilated Pit Latrine

1 300

285

Other

6 480

2 205

Households - Free Basic Service

12 833

13 109

Inside Yard

Water

Electricity

Sewerage

GAUTENG

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

RAND WEST CITY LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (GT485) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 218, Randfontein, 1760 PHYSICAL: Cnr Surtherland & Pollock Streets, Randfontein TEL: 011 411 0000 FAX: 011 693 1736 EMAIL: Baleseng.Mokhole@randwestcity.gov.za WEB: www.randwestcity.co.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Rand West City Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the borders of the West Rand District in the Gauteng Province. It is the smallest of three municipalities in the district, making up a third of its geographical area. It was established by the amalgamation of the Randfontein and Westonaria Local Municipalities in August 2016. The municipality is characterised by dispersed urban structures consisting of various urban areas and mining villages spread across the entire municipal area. The rural areas consist of a large number of farms, as well as agricultural holdings. The N12 National Road and the R28 Provincial Road, as well as the railway line, provide easy access to the area. Goods and services can reach markets and airports easily without sacrificing quality or excessive transport costs. The Bus Rapid Transport (BRT) node from Lenasia also makes it a valued area of choice to reside in. Area: 1 115km2 Cities/Towns: Randfontein, Westonaria Main Economic Sectors: Mining, manufacturing, trade, government services, agriculture

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 265 887 No Schooling: 4.1% Households: 103 584

Population Growth: 0.42% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 41.9% Formal Dwellings: 73.1%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 37, DA 19, EFF 8, RPP 2, AZAPO 1, IFP 1, VF PLUS 1

Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Mzikaize Khumalo Other Members of Council: Violet Nqina-Mzondeki (Speaker), Mkhuseli Jokazi (Chief Whip), Jeje Legote (MMC: Community Service),

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Selinah Maumakwe (MMC: Corporate), G Khoza (MMC: Water and Transport), A Gela (MMC: Health and Social Development), Tina Grobbler (MMC: Finance), N Dyase (MMC: Sports, Recreation, Arts and Culture), D Sithole (MMC: Water, Sanitation and Electricity), D Molebatsi (MMC: Integrated Environment), S Matakana (MMC: Human Settlement), S Mazibuko (MMC: Economic Development and Planning), A Mosina (Chairperson: MPAC) Municipal Manager: Mr Themba Goba Chief Financial Officer: Ms Beverly Gunqisa Communications Officer: Mr Philip Montshiwa LED Officer: Mr Hendrick Tshabangu Other Senior Management: Larry Steyn (Chief Operation Officer), Bongani Nkambule (Executive Manager: Infrastructure), Gregory Setei (Executive Manager: Economic Development and Planning), Lovey Modiba (Executive Manager: Community Services), Marks Nkebe (Executive Manager: Corporate Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

2016/17 Unaudited

R’000 1 450 365 1 442 805 7 560 247 552 158 906 430 174 3 838 916

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

260 169 13 488 n/a

Note: Rand West City Local Municipality was established by the amalgamation of Randfontein Local Municipality and Westonaria Local Municipality on 3 August 2016. Financial, Employment and Service Delivery information for the new municipality is only available from the 2016/17 financial year. View historical information for Randfontein Local Municipality and Westonaria Local Municipality at municipalities.co.za.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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KWAZULU-NATAL

KEY STATISTICS GEOGRAPHY LAND AREA 94 361km2

UMHLABUYALINGANA

LAND PERCENTAGE 7.7%

UPHONGOLO

EDUMBE EMADLANGENI

JOZINI

PEOPLE

NEW CASTLE ABAQULUSI BIG 5 HLABISA

NONGOMA

11 065 240

DANNHAUSER ENDUMENI

ULUNDI

NQUTHU

4 055 285

POPULATION

MTUBATUBA

YOUTH (15-34 YEARS)

ALFRED DUMA MTHONJANENI MSINGA

UMFOLOZI

NKANDLA

92,1

36,6

SEX RATIO (MALES/100 FEMALES)

YOUTH PROPORTION

25.0%

7.7%

EDUCATION

POVERTY HEADCOUNT

CITY OF UMHLATHUZE

OKHAHLAMBA UMLALAZI INKOSI LANGALIBALELE

UMVOTI MAPHUMULO

MPOFANA

MANDENI

KWADUKUZA UMSHWATHI

UMNGENI IMPENDLE

NDWEDWE

AMAJUBA

MSUNDUZI ETHEKWINI DR NKOSAZANA DLAMINI ZUMA

HARRY GWALA

MKHAMBATHINI RICHMOND

ILEMBE

(GRADE 12 – AGED 20+)

KING CETSHWAYO

UBUHLEBEZWE

UNEMPLOYMENT*

UGU

UMDONI UMZIMKHULU

UMGUNGUNDLOVU

GREATER KOKSTAD

UMZUMBE

UMKHANYAKUDE

UMUZIWABANTU

UMZINYATHI

RAY NKONYENI

24.6%

41%

UTHUKELA ZULULAND OFFICIAL RATE

KwaZulu-Natal is located in the south-east of South Africa bordering the Indian Ocean. It also borders on the Eastern Cape, Free State and Mpumalanga Provinces, as well as Lesotho, Swaziland and Mozambique. The ‘Garden Province’ of South Africa stretches from the lush subtropical east coast washed by the warm Indian Ocean, to the sweeping savanna in the east and the majestic Drakensberg Mountain Range in the west. It covers an area of 94 361km2, the third-smallest in the country, and has a population of 11 065 240, making it the second most populous province in South Africa. The capital is Pietermaritzburg. The largest city is Durban. Other major cities and towns include Richards Bay, Port Shepstone, Newcastle, Estcourt, Ladysmith and Richmond. The province’s manufacturing sector is the largest in terms of contribution to GDP. Richards Bay is the centre of operations for South Africa’s aluminium industry. The Richards Bay Coal Terminal is instrumental in securing the country’s position as the second-largest exporter of steam coal in the world. The province has undergone rapid industrialisation owing to its abundant water supply and labour resources. Agriculture is also central to the economy. The sugar cane plantations along the coastal belt are the mainstay of KwaZulu-Natal’s agriculture. The coastal belt is also a large producer of subtropical fruit, while the farmers inland concentrate on vegetable, dairy and stock farming. Another source of income is forestry in the areas around Vryheid, Eshowe, Richmond, Harding and Ngome. KwaZulu-Natal is divided into one metropolitan municipality (eThekwini Metropolitan Municipality) and 10 district municipalities, which are further subdivided into 43 local municipalities.

EXPANDED RATE

HOUSING HOUSEHOLD SIZE 4,0

HOUSEHOLDS 2 875 843 72.7%

18.1%

8.5%

FORMAL DWELLINGS

TRADITIONAL DWELLINGS

INFORMAL DWELLINGS

HOUSEHOLD SERVICES ACCESS TO PIPED WATER

79.2%

FLUSH/CHEMICAL TOILET

61.4%

CONNECTED TO ELECTRICITY

88.7%

Sources: Community Survey 2016 – Provinces at a glance, published by Stats SA. *Unemployment figures from Quarterly Labour Force Survey, Quarter 3, 2017, published by Stats SA.

KWAZULU-NATAL MUNICIPALITIES eThekwini Amajuba District Dannhauser eMadlangeni Newcastle

101 102

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109

King Cetshwayo District City of uMhlathuze Mthonjaneni Nkandla uMfolozi uMlalazi

112

110 112

102 104 104

Harry Gwala District 105 Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma 106 Greater Kokstad 106 Ubuhlebezwe 107 uMzimkhulu 107 iLembe District KwaDukuza

Mandeni Maphumulo Ndwedwe

108 109

Ugu District Ray Nkonyeni Umdoni Umuziwabantu Umzumbe

113 114 114

uMgungundlovu District Impendle Mkhambathini Mpofana Msunduzi Richmond uMngeni uMshwathi

119 120 121 121 122

116 117 118 118 119

uMkhanyakude District Big 5 Hlabisa Jozini Mtubatuba uMhlabuyalingana

127 128 129 129 130

123 123 124

115 115

uMzinyathi District Endumeni Msinga Nquthu Umvoti

124

uThukela District Alfred Duma Inkosi Langalibalele Okhahlamba

130

Zululand District AbaQulusi eDumbe Nongoma Ulundi uPhongolo

133

131 132 132

125 126 126 127

134 134 135 135 136

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ETHEKWINI METROPOLITAN MUNICIPALITY (ETH) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 1014, Durban, 4000 PHYSICAL: City Hall, 263 Dr Pixley Ka Seme (West) Street, Durban TEL: 031 311 1111 FAX: 031 311 2170 WEB: www.durban.gov.za

Tongaat

OVERVIEW A municipality found in the South African province of KwaZulu-Natal. eThekwini is the largest city in this province and the third-largest city in the country. Its land area is comparatively larger than that of other South African cities and is topographically hilly, with many gorges and ravines and almost no true coastal plain. It is a sophisticated, cosmopolitan city and is known as the home of Africa’s best-managed, busiest port. The world-class International Convention Centre in Durban has hosted a historic line-up of events, including conferences on a global scale. Durban has a turbulent history dating from ivory hunters in the 1820s and their conflict with the local Zulu monarchs. The province has the largest number of battlefields. It is also a major centre of tourism because of the City’s warm, subtropical climate and extensive beaches. Durban Tourism is the leading domestic destination in South Africa. The estimated visitor number for the financial year 2010/11 is 9,95 million. The value of the domestic tourism economic impact on the region’s GDP is estimated to be 8% per annum. The hospitality industry consists of many fine hotels, nightspots, shopping malls, ethnic attractions, traditional villages, craft markets, sparkling dams, and big-game parks. Area: 2 556km2 Cities/Towns: Amalanga, Amanzimtoti, Amaotana, Berea, Blackburn, Bluff, Cato Ridge, Cele/Vumengazi, Chatsworth, Cibane, Clermont, Clifton Canyon, Craigieburn, Dassenhoek, Desainager, Durban, Durban International Airport, Durban North, Durban South, Emalangeni, Embo/ Nksa Isimahla, Emona, Ethekwini, Everton, Ezembeni, Folweni, Gcumisa, Genazzano, Gillitts, Glenashley, Golokodo-Ensimbini, Hambanathi, Hammarsdale, Hillcrest, Ilanga, Ilfracombe, Illovo North, Illovo South, Inanda, Inchanga, Iqadi, Isipingo, Isipingo Beach, Kingsburgh, Klaarwater, Kloof, KwaDabeka, KwaMashu, KwaNdengezi, La Mercy, Lotus Park, Luganda, Luthuli/Umnini Trust, Magabeni, Malagazi, Mangangeni/ Vumazonke, Maphephetha, Mariannhill, Mawotana, Mawothi, Molweni, Mount Edgecombe, Mount Moreland, Mpolo, Mpumalanga, New Germany, Newlands East, Newlands West, Ngcolosi, Ngqungqulu, Ntuzuma, Oceans, Outer West Durban, Phoenix, Pinetown, Prospecton, Qadi, Qiniselani Manyuswa, Queensburgh, Redcliffe, Roseneath, Sapref, Shallcross, Sobonakhona, Thoyana, Tongaat, Tongaat Beach, Tshelimnyama, Umbogintwini, Umbumbulu, Umdloti, Umgababa, Umhlanga, Umkomaas, Umlazi, Verulam, Waterfall, Westbrook, Westville, Ximba Main Economic Sectors: Finance (22%), manufacturing (22%), community services (18%), trade (16%), transport (16%), construction (3%), electricity (2%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 3 702 231 No Schooling: 4.7% Households: 1 125 767

Population Growth: 1.43% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 54.0% Formal Dwellings: 81.5%

Glenashley Clermont Hammarsdale Pinetown Mariannhill

AIC 3, ACDP 1, APC 1, ALJAMA 1, DLC 1, MOSA 1, MF 1, TA 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Zandile Gumede Other Members of Council: Fawzia Peer (Deputy Mayor and Chairperson: Finance and Procurement Committee), William Lekgoa Mapena (Speaker), Stanley Xulu (Chief Whip), Nondumiso Cele (Chairperson: Governance and Human Resources Committee), Nigel Gumede (Chairperson: Human Settlements and Infrastructure Committee), Heinz de Boer (Exco), Zwakele Mncwango (Exco), Bongiwe Mtshali (Exco), Patrick Pillay (Exco) Municipal Manager: Mr Sipho Nzuza Chief Financial Officer: Mr Krish Kumar Communications Officer: Tozi Mthethwa Other Senior Management: Sipho Cele (Deputy City Manager: Governance and International Relations), Dumusile Nene (Deputy City Manager: Corporate and Human Resources)

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Durban

Shallcross Umlazi

Umbogintwini Amanzimtoti Kingsburgh

Magabeni Umkomaas

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Unaudited Clean audit unqualified

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

33 471 344

32 373 771

29 651 936

Total Expenditure

30 871 304

28 113 550 26 698 863

Surplus/(Deficit)

2 600 040

4 260 222

2 953 073

6 217 540

4 902 924

4 716 504

14 288 495 15 059 946

12 818 086

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

11 291 271

11 448 109 10 594 766

39 093 760 36 700 449

32 397 106

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

4 751 405

7 037 273

4 024 457

Cash at Year End

6 280 233

7 216 329

6 166 809

n/a

208 318

212 275

2015/16

2014/15

25 081

24 725

2 930

1 313

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Water

<200m from Yard

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 126, DA 61, IFP 10, EFF 8, INDEPENDENT 4,

Umhlanga

ETHEKWINI

Description: The eThekwini Metropolitan Municipality is a Category

Electricity

Sewerage

458

457

8 357 086

7 258 321

2015/16

2014/15

664 401

661 804

217 157

215 932

Households - Free Basic Service

524 418

555 967

Total Customer Entities Served

732 746

707 068

Households - Free Basic Service

193 114

137 896

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

449 661

449 661

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

107 525

107 525

Ventilated Pit Latrine

35 000

35 000

Other

194 106

190 217

Households - Free Basic Service

378 882

378 522

Note: Part of Vulamehlo Local Municipality was merged into eThekwini Metropolitan Municipality on 3 August 2016. Financial, Employment and Service Delivery information prior to the 2016/17 financial year only includes figures for eThekwini Metropolitan Municipality. View historical information for Vulamehlo Local Municipality at municipalities.co.za.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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AMAJUBA DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC25) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X6615, Newcastle, 2940 PHYSICAL: B9356 Amajuba Building, Madadeni TEL: 034 329 7200 FAX: 034 314 3785 EMAIL: info@amajuba.gov.za WEB: www.amajuba.gov.za

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Charlestown

EMADLANGENI

OVERVIEW Description: The Amajuba District Municipality is a Category C

Utrecht

NEWCASTLE

municipality located in the north-western corner of KwaZulu-Natal, bordering on the Free State Province and Limpopo. It is one of the smallest districts in the province, making up only 8% of its geographical area. The municipality comprises three local municipalities: Newcastle, eMadlangeni and Dannhauser. The main transportation routes linking the district to its surrounds are the N11, which is the alternative route to Johannesburg from Durban, and the rail line, which is the main line from the Durban harbour to Gauteng. The R34 also bisects the district in an east-west direction and provides a linkage from the port city of Richards Bay to the interior. Area: 7 102km2 Main Economic Sectors: Manufacturing (35%), community services (22.2%), financial and business services (15.2%), trade (8.6%)

Madadeni !

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Newcastle

Osizweni

Kingsley

Dannhauser

DANNHAUSER

Hattingspruit

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 531 327 No Schooling: 6.1% Households: 117 256

Population Growth: 1.35% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 45.6% Formal Dwellings: 84.4%

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets

53 266

43 403

31 877

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Total Current Liabilities

90 886

106 401

86 738

Composition of Council: ANC 7, IFP 2, DA 1, EFF 1 (40% PR Seats) Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Musa Ngubane Other Members of Council: Sipho Nkosi (Deputy Mayor),

Community Wealth/Equity

599 803

586 932

633 966 40 261

Afzul Rehman (Speaker), Zanele Msibi (Exco), Makhosazana Mdlalose (Exco), Albertus Meiring (Exco) Municipal Manager: Mr Sipho Zwane Chief Financial Officer: Mduduzi Mngomezulu Communications Officer: Mr Sbonelo Cebekhulu LED Officer: Mr Sihlangu Ngobese Other Senior Management: C Myeza (Director: Planning and Development Services), S C Mdakane (Director: Community Services), T W Zulu (Director: Engineering Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Qualified audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

259 385

230 660

209 470

Total Expenditure

217 721

233 181

201 920

Surplus/(Deficit)

41 664

(2 521)

7 550

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE

57 234

37 733

40 445

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

58 036

55 419

Cash at Year End

21 009

17 990

148

n/a

53 424

57 084

2015/16

2014/15

188

188

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Water

Sewerage

<200m from Yard

6

19

60

55

4

7

85 722

76 827

2015/16

2014/15

5 679

5 679

15 226

15 224

>200m from Yard

5 786

5 786

Households - Free Basic Service

2 900

2 900

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

2 623

2 623

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

2 352

2 352

17 504

13 413

Ventilated Pit Latrine

DANNHAUSER LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN254) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X1011, Dannhauser, 3080 PHYSICAL: 8 Church Street, Dannhauser TEL: 034 621 2666 FAX: 034 621 3114 EMAIL: municipalmanager@dannhauser.gov.za WEB: www.dannhauser.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Dannhauser Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Amajuba District in the KwaZulu-Natal Province. It is the smallest of the three municipalities in the district, making up a quarter of its geographical area. The municipality is named after an old farming family that lived in the area. The town of Dannhauser is located midway between Durban and Johannesburg on the main railway line, about 8km off the national road

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

between the two cities. It is surrounded by some of the largest coalproducing mines in KwaZulu-Natal. Numerous rivers flow through the municipal area, the most important being the Ngagane and uMzinyathi Rivers, and there are scenic landscapes in the western portion of the municipality. Dannhauser functions as a small rural service centre (providing commercial and service facilities, and agricultural industries and services). It is therefore not a large employment generator. Residents of the municipal area rely on the larger urban centres of Dundee and Newcastle for employment opportunities and higher order goods and services. Investment in commerce has growth prospects. Area: 1 707km2 Cities/Towns: Dannhauser, Hattingspruit Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, mining (30%), manufacturing (13.8%), services

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 105 341 No Schooling: 5.5% Households: 20 242

SERVICE DELIVERY*

Population Growth: 0.52% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 35.6% Formal Dwellings: 69.3%

Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 14, IFP 8, DA 1, EFF 1, RLP 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mrs J Phakathi Other Members of Council: S Msibi (Deputy Mayor), M E Ngubeni (Speaker) Municipal Manager: Mr Bonginkosi Nkosi Chief Financial Officer: Mrs D Mohapi Communications Officer: Mrs S Narothum LED Officer: Mr P J Ndlovu (Manager: IDP) Other Senior Management: Mrs S Narothum (Manager: Corporate

AUDIT OUTCOME

Services), Mr S Naidoo (Manager: Community Services), Mr M Nene (Manager: Technical Services)

Total Employment Positions

2015/16

2014/15

108

134

5

5

29 360

25 959

Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

2014/15

4 366

3 833

800

700

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

141 839

0

124 215

Total Expenditure

108 453

125 659

80 456

Surplus/(Deficit)

16 180

(80 456)

15 762

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

15 128

68 205

28 554

Total Current Assets

73 882

n/a

42 103

Total Current Liabilities

23 742

n/a

30 166

366 991

n/a

361 097

Operating Cash Flow

110 886

74 349

42 470

Cash at Year End

124 984

36 742

30 343

n/a

4 498

2 075

Community Wealth/Equity

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2016/17

2015/16

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE

EMADLANGENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN253) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 11, Utrecht, 2980 PHYSICAL: 34 Voor Street, Utrecht TEL: 034 331 3041 FAX: 034 331 4312 WEB: www.emadlangeni.gov.za

Municipal Manager: L C T Nkosi Chief Financial Officer: Sane Hlophe Communications Officer: Ayanda Mabaso LED Officer: Mr T P Zondi (Manager: LED) Other Senior Management: Z Mkhize (Director: Corporate Services),

OVERVIEW

A R Reynard (Chief Protection Services), Mr S F Mtshali (Director: Planning and Economic Development)

Description: The eMadlangeni Local Municipality (previously Utrecht Local Municipality) is a Category B municipality in the Amajuba District of the KwaZulu-Natal Province. It is located 52km east of Newcastle and 68km west of Vryheid on the R34, bordering with the Mpumalanga Province in the north. It is the largest municipality of the three in the district, accounting for half of its geographical area. Established in 1854, Utrecht is one of the oldest towns in KwaZuluNatal. The land was bought from the Zulu King, Mpande. At the foot of the northern end of the Drakensberg, known as the Balele Mountains, this small valley, with the Inchuba River (Schoonstroom) running through it, was chosen by the then settlers for its beauty, peace and tranquillity. Area: 3 539km2 Cities/Towns: Utrecht Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, industrial, tourism, service

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

82 436

83 133

R’000 76 226

Total Expenditure

69 333

69 521

54 794

Surplus/(Deficit)

13 103

13 613

21 432

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

19 831

25 593

21 228 40 759

Total Current Assets

36 140

38 940

Total Current Liabilities

20 231

18 238

12 470

Community Wealth/Equity

161 637

148 534

137 654

CASH FLOWS

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Operating Cash Flow

14 063

19 637

22 818

Population: 36 869 No Schooling: 10.7% Households: 6 667

Cash at Year End

14 828

21 028

27 463

n/a

8 928

3 735

Population Growth: 1.55% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 34.7% Formal Dwellings: 67.4%

UIFW EXPENDITURE

2015/16

2014/15

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

141

106

eMadlangeni Local Municipality is currently under S139 provincial administration. Composition of Council: ANC 6, IFP 3, DA 1, EFF 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: L Y Mhulungu Other Members of Council: N Ndlovu (Deputy Mayor and Exco), Z H Madi (Speaker and Exco), H M Mthethwa (Exco), T S Buthelezi, M M Booysen, M J Mthethwa, V C Ndlovu, N A Madida, F Mlambo, F G S Smook

Vacant Positions

27

0

Managerial Positions

9

7

Vacant Managerial Positions

2

0

22 115

20 325

2015/16

2014/15

3 917

3 663

124

0

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

NEWCASTLE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN252) CONTACT DETAILS

OVERVIEW

POSTAL: Private Bag X6621, Newcastle, 2940 PHYSICAL: 37 Murchison Street, Newcastle TEL: 034 328 7600 FAX: 034 312 1570 EMAIL: mm@newcastle.gov.za WEB: www.newcastle.gov.za

Description: The Newcastle Local Municipality is a Category B

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

municipality situated within the Amajuba District. It is located in the inland region on the north-west corner of KwaZulu-Natal, a few kilometres south of the Free State, Mpumalanga and Gauteng Province borders, in the foothills of the Drakensberg. It is one of three municipalities in the district, making up a quarter of its geographical area.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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Treasury Office), N Ncube (Acting Strategic Executive Director: Technical Services), N Thusi (Strategic Executive Director: Development Planning and Human Settlements), Dr D Thabethe (Acting Strategic Executive Director: Community Services)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 389 117 No Schooling: 5.8% Households: 90 347

Population Growth: 1.56% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 48.9% Formal Dwellings: 89.1%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 40, IFP 11, DA 6, EFF 5, AZAPO 1, INDEPENDENT 1, PRM 1, RLP 1, VF PLUS 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Makhosini Nkosi Other Members of Council: E M Nkosi (Mayor and Finance), D P Sibiya (Speaker), E J Cronje (Community Services), R N Mdluli (Corporate Services), V V Bam (Corporate Services), M Shunmugam (Development Planning and Human Settlements), N A Zwane (Finance), R M Molelekoa (Technical Services), M S Thwala (Technical Services) Municipal Manager: Mr Bhekani Errol Mswane Chief Financial Officer: Sisho Nkosi (Acting) Communications Officer: Ms N Vinkumbo (Director: IT and Communications) LED Officer: Mr Ferdie Alberts Other Senior Management: Nto Vinkumbo (Acting Strategic Director: Corporate Services), S Nkosi (Acting Strategic Director: Budget and

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

AUDIT OUTCOME

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Unaudited unqualified

Qualified audit

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

1 750 466

1 647 055

1 513 714

Total Expenditure

2 086 897

2 568 355

1 520 588

Surplus/(Deficit)

(336 431)

(921 300)

(6 874)

219 374

306 804

341 121

Total Current Assets

572 491

506 650

1 165 619

Total Current Liabilities

541 984

439 888

384 542

Community Wealth/Equity

7 171 212

7 373 949

8 250 398

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

KWAZULU-NATAL

Newcastle is the third-largest urban centre in KwaZulu-Natal and is categorised as a secondary city. The town was strategically placed, in 1854, by the Surveyor General of the Natal Colony, Dr PC Sutherland. The town was later known as the Waterfall River Township because of the Ncandu River. In 1864, the town of Newcastle was founded on the site, becoming the fourth town to be established in Natal. The town was named after the British Colonial Secretary, the Duke of Newcastle. Newcastle functioned as a major transport junction and popular stopover for wagons and post-chaises during the late 1800s. In 1890, the first train arrived in Newcastle. In 1891, Newcastle was declared a borough. The discovery of coal brought a new era of prosperity to the town and several ambitious building projects were planned for Newcastle in the late 1900s. Area: 1 856km2 Cities/Towns: Charlestown, Newcastle Main Economic Sectors: Manufacturing (27%), general government (17.6%), wholesale and retail trade (14%), business services (10.2%), finance and insurance (6.9%)

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

360 639

24 167

97 823

50 508

44 573

340 813

n/a

712 186

33 318

2015/16

2014/15

2 793

1 671

1 188

131

Managerial Positions

115

45

Vacant Managerial Positions

54

6

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

508 054

384 490

SERVICE DELIVERY*

Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions

Water

Electricity

Sewerage

2015/16

2014/15

Inside Yard

72 210

71 634

<200m from Yard

12 059

12 635

Households - Free Basic Service

14 653

18 735

Total Customer Entities Served

81 701

81 412

Households - Free Basic Service

5 213

18 735 61 525

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

61 575

Ventilated Pit Latrine

22 194

21 755

Households - Free Basic Service

10 333

18 735

HARRY GWALA DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC43) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X501, Ixopo, 3276 PHYSICAL: 40 Main Street, Ixopo TEL: 039 834 8700 FAX: 039 834 1701/1750 WEB: www.harrygwaladm.gov.za

Underberg

DR NKOSAZANA DLAMINI ZUMA

OVERVIEW Description: The Harry Gwala District Municipality (previously Sisonke District Municipality) is a Category C municipality situated south of KwaZulu-Natal. It borders on the Western Cape Province, Lesotho and the Drakensberg Mountains, which form a 200km-long World Heritage Site. The municipality is comprised of four local municipalities: Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, uMzimkhulu, Greater Kokstad and Ubuhlebezwe. The seat of Harry Gwala is Ixopo. Economically, the most prominent employment sectors are agriculture, construction and small-scale manufacturing. The district is known for its progressive farming methods. Harry Gwala has an abundance of high quality soils, high altitude, abundant water, and climatic extremes, which makes the area suitable for dairy farming. A significant portion of dairy consumed in KwaZulu-Natal is produced within the district. The unspoilt natural environment has high ecotourism and adventure-tourism potential. Area: 10 386km2 Main Economic Sectors: Community services and agriculture (60%)

Donnybrook

GREATER KOKSTAD

Ixopo

UBUHLEBEZWE uMzimkhulu

Franklin

UMZIMKHULU

Kokstad

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Composition of Council: ANC 8, AIC 1, DA 1, EFF 1 (40% PR Seats) Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Mluleki Ndobe Other Members of Council: N H Duma (Deputy Mayor), N T Jojozi

Population: 510 865 No Schooling: 10.2% Households: 123 705

Municipal Manager: Ms Nandi Dlamini Chief Financial Officer: Mr M Mkatu

Population Growth: 2.03% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 29.9% Formal Dwellings: 41.7%

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

(Speaker), B P Nzimande, N Mavuka

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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Communications Officer: Mr Tenza Other Senior Management: Ms N Lungwengwe (Executive Director: Corporate Services), Mr N Biyase (Executive Director: Water Services), Ms N James (Executive Director: Social Services and Development Planning), Mr B Makwakwa (Executive Director: Infrastructure Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

R’000

R’000

R’000

705 808

625 810

380 572

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

2014/15

Total Employment Positions

822

350

Vacant Positions

449

1

44

33

Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY*

Water

2015/16

2014/15

57 681

57 681

<200m from Yard

11 998

5 852

>200m from Yard

26 337

27 127

Total Expenditure

440 103

437 369

423 486

Households - Free Basic Service

265 705

188 442

(42 913)

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

313 344

243 026

242 669

Total Current Assets

67 392

69 183

70 315

233 003

226 397

160 102

1 682 421

1 503 665

1 369 227

Operating Cash Flow

274 241

230 223

252 851

Cash at Year End

(2 005)

23 311

36 115

n/a

170 947

336 389

Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

1 122 903

Inside Yard

Surplus/(Deficit)

Sewerage

11 138 065

17 881

11 085

36 476

30 276

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

15 980

15 980

Ventilated Pit Latrine

47 832

49 996

6 254

6 254

Households - Free Basic Service

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE

DR NKOSAZANA DLAMINI ZUMA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN436) CONTACT DETAILS PHYSICAL: Main Street, Creighton, 3263 TEL: 039 833 1038 FAX: 039 833 1179 EMAIL: mailbox@ingwe.gov.za WEB: www.ndz.gov.za

OVERVIEW

Mayor: Ms Ngeneleni Mncwabe Other Members of Council: P P Shange (Deputy Mayor), M B Banda (Speaker)

Municipal Manager: Mr N C Vezi Chief Financial Officer: Mr M Mzimela FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

Description: The Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated in the southern part of KwaZulu-Natal within the Harry Gwala District, which borders on the Eastern Cape and Lesotho. It is the largest municipality of four in the district, accounting for just over a third of its geographical area. It was established by the amalgamation of the Ingwe and Kwa Sani Local Municipalities in August 2016. The municipality fulfils the role of being the administrative and commercial centre for the district. The rest of the municipal area consists of tribal lands, which dominate the area. The municipality is known for the World Heritage Site of Ukhahlamba. Area: 3 602km2 Cities/Towns: Creighton, Himeville, Underberg Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, tourism

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 118 480 No Schooling: 8.2% Households: 29 618

Population Growth: 1.67% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 25.7% Formal Dwellings: 38.2%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 23, DA 3, IFP 2, EFF 1 Controlling Party: ANC

AUDIT OUTCOME

Unaudited

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

Total Revenue

170 389

Total Expenditure

160 924

Surplus/(Deficit)

9 465

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

119 431

Total Current Assets

104 089

Total Current Liabilities

48 207

Community Wealth/Equity

359 764

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

70 822

Cash at Year End

91 923

UIFW EXPENDITURE

n/a

Note: Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma Local Municipality was established by the amalgamation of Ingwe Local Municipality and Kwa Sani Local Municipality on 3 August 2016. Financial, Employment and Service Delivery information for the new municipality is only available from the 2016/17 financial year. View historical information for Ingwe Local Municipality and Kwa Sani Local Municipality at municipalities.co.za.

GREATER KOKSTAD LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN433) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 8, Kokstad, 4700 PHYSICAL: 75 Hope Street, Kokstad TEL: 039 797 6600 FAX: 039 727 5501 WEB: www.kokstad.org.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Greater Kokstad Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Harry Gwala District of KwaZulu-Natal. It is bordered by the Matatiele Local Municipality and Lesotho to the west, Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma Local Municipality to the north, Umuziwabantu Local Municipality to the south-east and Eastern Cape to the east. Kokstad serves as the service centre and commercial hub

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

for most of East Griqualand and nearby parts of the Eastern Cape, with which it shares borders. Kokstad is derived from Dutch, and it means ‘town of Kok’. It was named after Adam Kok III. Area: 2 680km2 Cities/Towns: Kokstad Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture (36%), trade (20%), community services (18%), finance (16%), transport (4%), manufacturing (3%), electricity (2%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 76 753 No Schooling: 1.6% Households: 24 397

Population Growth: 3.44% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 44.4% Formal Dwellings: 86.3%

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Composition of Council: ANC 13, DA 3, EFF 2, AIC 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Bheki Mtolo Other Members of Council: Ms K J Walker (Deputy Mayor),

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

327 473

317 486

325 060 273 321

Z A Mhlongo (Speaker)

Total Revenue

Municipal Manager: Lulamile Mapholoba Chief Financial Officer: Mr T Mketsu

Total Expenditure

314 157

283 393

Surplus/(Deficit)

13 316

34 093

51 739

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

37 145

35 197

55 976

172 305

134 008

84 555

61 185

55 317

44 594

635 456

646 834

612 740

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

2014/15

Total Employment Positions

572

795

Total Current Assets

Vacant Positions

218

480

Total Current Liabilities

Managerial Positions

35

35

Vacant Managerial Positions

12

7

95 761

88 747

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

2015/16

2014/15

13 000

12 686

4 352

3 857

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

76 484

73 691

97 973

Cash at Year End

125 285

88 367

52 716

n/a

6 016

2 381

UIFW EXPENDITURE

KWAZULU-NATAL

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

UBUHLEBEZWE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN434) CONTACT DETAILS

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

POSTAL: PO Box 132, Ixopo, 3276 PHYSICAL: 29 Margaret Street, Ixopo TEL: 039 834 7700 FAX: 039 834 1168 WEB: www.ubuhlebezwe.org.za

Composition of Council: ANC 20, EFF 2, INDEPENDENT 2, IFP 2, DA 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Zamokwakhe Nxumalo Other Members of Council: B E Ngubu (Deputy Mayor),

OVERVIEW

Municipal Manager: Mr G M Sineke Chief Financial Officer: Ms N K Sibobi Communications Officer: Mr M Dladla LED Officer: Mr N Mkhize Other Senior Management: Mrs S Buthelezi (Director: IPD),

Zwakele Mngonyama (Speaker)

Description: The Ubuhlebezwe Local Municipality is a Category B municipality located within the Harry Gwala District in the KwaZulu-Natal Province. It is the smallest of the four municipalities in the district. The main administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Ixopo, which is located approximately 85km south-east of Pietermaritzburg, the capital of KwaZulu-Natal. It is strategically located at the intersection of four major provincial routes leading to Pietermaritzburg, the Drakensberg, the Eastern Cape and the South Coast. The town of Ixopo forms the primary development node of the municipality and has also been selected as the seat of the Harry Gwala District Council. The importance of Ixopo cannot be underestimated in the socio-economic development of the area as a whole. Ixopo plays an important role in terms of the possible location for industry, commerce and other economic activity. It is a major education and health centre, and assists in the diffusion of new ideas and technologies to the rural areas. It is also the primary base for the operation of many departments and service providers. In line with the KwaZulu-Natal Integrated Rural Development Policy, a number of secondary development nodes have been identified. The intention of secondary development nodes is to identify welllocated settlements where government and municipal services, administrative functions, and commercial and residential development will be encouraged to locate in the future. The secondary and tertiary development nodes identified are: Highflats, Hlutankungu (previously Stuartsville), Jolivet, KwaBhidla, Emgodi and Hlokozi. Area: 1 669km2 Cities/Towns: Ixopo Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, tourism, business

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 118 346 No Schooling: 12.7% Households: 25 120

Population Growth: 1.47% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 32.6% Formal Dwellings: 30.8%

Mr M E Mkhize (Director: Corporate Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Unaudited Clean audit unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

185 080 115 645 69 435 n/a

202 247 117 985 84 262 91 839

165 126 104 134 60 992 68 457

144 542 25 117 426 793

127 919 34 556 412 964

99 909 28 639 328 442

73 578 113 500 n/a

113 371 103 230 129

84 951 81 970 4 156

2015/16

2014/15

202 0 18 0 56 334

212 3 17 1 48 372

2015/16

2014/15

13 584

13 540

957

1 036

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

UMZIMKHULU LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN435) CONTACT DETAILS

OVERVIEW

POSTAL: PO Box 53, uMzimkhulu, 3297 PHYSICAL: 169 Mzimkhulu Mlonyana, uMzimkhulu TEL: 039 259 5000 FAX: 039 259 0427 EMAIL: info@umzimkhululm.gov.za WEB: www.umzimkhululm.gov.za

Description: The uMzimkhulu Local Municipality is a Category B

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

municipality situated within the Harry Gwala District in KwaZulu-Natal. It is one of the four municipalities that make up the district, accounting for a quarter of its geographical area.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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It is the most populated of the Harry Gwala municipalities. Households headed by women are in the majority of the population. There is a need to implement youth development programmes and, for the most part, to target women in stimulating nodal economic growth. uMzimkhulu Town (and adjoining Clydesdale peri-urban area) is regarded as the primary node, both administrative and economic, in the municipal area. Rietvlei, Riversdale and Ibisi are regarded as secondary nodes, fulfilling the role of rural service centres. Other settlements such as Mountain Home, Glengarry, Ntsikeni and Ncambele (Gowan Lea) can be regarded as minor service centres. The towns of Creighton and Franklin are accessible to the north-western part of the municipal area and Harding is accessible to the southern part, as economic service centres. Area: 2 436km2 Cities/Towns: uMzimkhulu Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture; forestry; community, social and personal services; trade and tourism

LED Officer: Mr Thulani Cele Other Senior Management: Ms Nokuthula Nduku (Manager: Corporate Services), Mrs Kholeka Mbalo (Manager: Community and Social Services), Mrs Nwabisa Tyekela (Manager: Strategic Planning, Housing and LED), Ms Khumbuza Dweba (Technical Manager: Infrastructure and Engineering)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

224 697

254 170

211 908

Total Expenditure

221 549

190 076

173 325

3 148

64 095

38 583

82 269

92 869

81 004

167 432

119 553

101 781

12 624

33 479

41 651

649 340

580 569

520 854

Operating Cash Flow

88 208

136 373

113 459

Cash at Year End

117 684

111 745

94 283

n/a

467

2 254

2015/16

2014/15

214

364

Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities

Population: 197 286 No Schooling: 14.1% Households: 44 571

Community Wealth/Equity

Population Growth: 2.05% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 23.8% Formal Dwellings: 25.7%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 38, EFF 2, AIC 1, DA 1, IFP 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Mphuthumi Mpabanga Other Members of Council: Mrs Sindisiwe Nkala (Deputy Mayor and Corporate Services), Mr Xolani Tshazi (Chief Whip), Thandeka Manci (Community and Social Services), Mrs Jabulile Msiya (Strategic Planning), Mrs Sindisiwe Nkala (Infrastructure), Mr Bhekamahlongwa Lukakayi (LED), Thandeka Manci (Governance), Mr Bulelani Magaqa (Exco Member) Municipal Manager: Mr Zweliphantsi Sikhosana Chief Financial Officer: Thembakazi Mkhanya Communications Officer: Mr Willie Mgcina

2014/15

Financially Financially unqualified unqualified

Unaudited

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

2015/16

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions

11

0

Managerial Positions

12

12

73 265

61 944

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

2015/16

2014/15

Total Customer Entities Served

11 883

10 474

Households - Free Basic Service

3 000

1 579

ILEMBE DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC29) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 1788, KwaDukuza, 4450 PHYSICAL: iLembe House, 59/61 Mahatma Ghandi Street, KwaDukuza TEL: 032 437 9300 FAX: 032 437 9588 WEB: www.ilembe.gov.za Isithebe

OVERVIEW Description: The iLembe District Municipality is a Category C municipality situated on the east coast of KwaZulu-Natal, bordering the Indian Ocean. It is the smallest of the province’s district municipalities, making up a mere 3% of its geographical area. iLembe consists of four local municipalities located between Durban and Richards Bay: Mandeni, KwaDukuza, Maphumulo and Ndwedwe. The seat of iLembe is KwaDukuza (previously Stanger). The town straddles the Tugela River, the traditional border between former Colonial Natal and the Kingdom of Zululand, the site of historical and cultural events. The majority of the rural inland areas are tribal authority areas, characterised by subsistence farming. At the border of the district is the Unicity of Durban in the immediate south, which is linked by the coastal highway to Richards Bay in the north, giving it access to both harbours for trade purposes. It is also a leading place for the tourism industry because of its rich Zulu Kingdom heritage, as it was named in recognition of King Shaka. Area: 3 269km2 Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 657 612 No Schooling: 11.1% Households: 191 369

Population Growth: 1.83% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 39.1% Formal Dwellings: 73.9%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 9, IFP 2, DA 1, EFF 1 (40% PR Seats) Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Siduduzo Gumede

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

MANDENI

MAPHUMULO

Mandeni

Darnall Nkwazi Stanger

KWADUKUZA NDWEDWE

Shakaskraal Ballito

Other Members of Council: M D Shandu (Deputy Mayor and Chairperson: Economic Development and Planning, Environmental Health and Safety), L Makhathini (Speaker), J Van Wyk (Chief Whip), Siduduzo Gumede (Infrastructure and Technical), S Oudhram (Chairperson: Finance), M A Maphumulo (Chairperson: Local, Public, Administration and Labour Relations), M S C Motala (Chairperson: Local Labour Forum), M Singh, M A Baardman Municipal Manager: Mrs Nonhlanhla Gamede Chief Financial Officer: Mr T G Shezi Communications Officer: Zee Nqala LED Officer: Ms Cheryl Peters (Acting) Other Senior Management: Yvonne Mathonsi (Director: Corporate Governance), Kuhle Mthonjeni (Director: Technical Services), Geoffrey Khumalo (Director: Corporate Services), Thuthu Ngcobo (CEO)

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited Clean audit Clean audit

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

2

Managerial Positions

32

28

934 443

1 104 807

896 522

Vacant Managerial Positions

599 487

682 323

407 196

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

Surplus/(Deficit)

334 956

422 484

489 327

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

362 370

500 714

353 350

Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

305 643

267 413

230 266

381 815

300 510

2 185 014

1 847 367

1 436 727

410 889

606 776

355 190

5 767

36 143

36 718

n/a

63 913

27 598

SERVICE DELIVERY*

Water

2014/15

36 671

35 885

<200m from Yard

78 567

78 567

>200m from Yard

10 887

10 887

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

2 170 972

2015/16

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

Sewerage

2 181 974

Inside Yard

Households - Free Basic Service

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

536

59

Total Revenue

241 218

2014/15

695

Vacant Positions

Total Expenditure

Total Current Assets

2015/16

3 760

2 837

26 962

26 842

6 460

6 460

88 775

84 719

Other

1 945

6 001

Households - Free Basic Service

2 041

385

Ventilated Pit Latrine

KWAZULU-NATAL

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

KWADUKUZA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN292) CONTACT DETAILS

Communications Officer: Mr Sifiso Zulu (Director: Corporate

POSTAL: PO Box 72, KwaDukuza, 4450 PHYSICAL: 14 Chief Albert Luthuli Street, KwaDukuza TEL: 032 437 5000 FAX: 032 437 5098 EMAIL: communications@kwadukuza.gov.za WEB: www.kwadukuza.gov.za

OVERVIEW

Communications)

LED Officer: Mr M Zulu Other Senior Management: Sikhumbuzo Hlongwane (Executive Director: Economic Development, Planning and LED), Mandla Manzini (Chief Operations Officer), Siyabonga Khanyile (Community Services and Electrical Engineering), Cecil Viramuthu (Community Safety), Sithembiso Kubheka (Corporate Services), Muzi Sithole (Civil Engineering)

Description: The KwaDukuza Local Municipality is a Category B municipality located within the iLembe District in the KwaZulu-Natal Province. It stretches from the Zinkwazi River in the north to the Tongaat River in the south. It is one of the four municipalities that make up the district. KwaDukuza (previously Stanger) is the district node and dominant commercial centre in the iLembe District. The KwaDukuza Municipality occupies a coastal and inland stretch of approximately 50km in length and 14km in width, with a variety of clustered and ad hoc settlements and small towns. The municipality is linked with a well-developed network of roads and rail infrastructure. The key feature of KwaDukuza is the N2 Development Corridor. Area: 735km2 Cities/Towns: Dolphin Coast/Ballito, KwaDukuza, Nkwazi/Zinkwazi Beach Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, tourism

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

1 454 786

1 330 716

1 220 202

Total Expenditure

1 081 097

1 297 947

1 211 455

Surplus/(Deficit)

156 838

119 261

139 105

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

266 021

318 125

245 561

Total Current Assets

582 847

617 094

668 831

Total Current Liabilities

292 582

282 473

259 019

Community Wealth/Equity

1 979 181

1 831 054

1 711 794

CASH FLOWS

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Operating Cash Flow

203 751

194 009

162 565

Population: 276 719 No Schooling: 6.8% Households: 91 284

Cash at Year End

266 812

452 173

540 391

n/a

220 163

86 876

2015/16

2014/15

1 095

998

Population Growth: 4.09% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 44.9% Formal Dwellings: 82.1%

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Total Employment Positions

Composition of Council: ANC 36, DA 11, IFP 4, EFF 2, INDEPENDENT 2,

Vacant Positions

74

52

AIC 1, ALJAMA 1

Managerial Positions

33

33

Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Ricardo Mthembu Other Members of Council: Mrs D Govender (Deputy Mayor),

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

Miss P Zulu (Speaker)

SERVICE DELIVERY*

Municipal Manager: Mr Nhlanhla Mdakane Chief Financial Officer: Mr Shamir Rajcoomar

Vacant Managerial Positions

Electricity

8

9

301 352

269 016

2015/16

2014/15

Total Customer Entities Served

62 319

58 000

Households - Free Basic Service

15 069

14 618

MANDENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN291) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 144, Mandeni, 4490 PHYSICAL: 2 Kingfisher Road, Mandeni TEL: 032 456 8200 FAX: 032 456 2504 EMAIL: ceo@mandeni.gov.za WEB: www.mandeni.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Mandeni Local Municipality is a Category B municipality located within the iLembe District in the KwaZulu-Natal Province. It covers the area from the Amatikulu River to a line just south of Mtunzini

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

in the north, and to a line south of the uThukela River just north of Darnall. It is the smallest of four municipalities that make up the district. The uThukela River is the largest river in KwaZulu-Natal, and was the historical border between Zululand and Natal. Mandeni Local Municipality is strategically located midway between Durban and Richards Bay, and lies on the development corridor on the north coast between these two major port cities in KwaZulu-Natal. It is located on the major railway and road transportation routes which link these two economic hubs. This strategic location is also acknowledged in the Provincial Spatial Framework, which has identified Mandeni as the growth node in the north coast corridor.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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The construction of the new Dube Trade Port and King Shaka International Airport has much economic, social and employment implications for the municipality because of its location. Mandeni is the only urban settlement of substance and functions as the service centre for a substantial hinterland. Mandeni consists of fragmented pockets of intensive urban settlement separated by areas of little or no development. Four rural settlements, Hlomendlini, Macambini, Mathonsi and Ndulinde, are each under an Inkosi. All are underdeveloped and have major backlogs in service provision. The municipality has no capacity to supply the whole area with electricity. Transport infrastructure is well developed, with a high standard of road and rail services into the area. Area: 545km2 Cities/Towns: Isithebe, Mandeni Main Economic Sectors: Manufacturing (37%), finance, insurance, real estate and business services (29%), wholesale and retail trade, catering and accommodation (19%), transport (5%), agriculture (4%), general government (4%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 147 808 No Schooling: 5.9% Households: 45 678

Population Growth: 1.55% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 39.2% Formal Dwellings: 84.3%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 25, IFP 7, AIC 1, DA 1, EFF 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Siphesihle Basil Zulu Other Members of Council: Phindile Sishi (Deputy Mayor, and Community Services and Special Programmes), Makhosazane Zungu (Speaker), Linda Mdletshe (Economic Development Planning and Human Settlement), Ntombifuthi Ntuli (Infrastructure Development and Technical Services), Melody Mdunge (Chairperson: Local Public Administration and Human Relations Portfolio Committee), Xolani Mdletshe (Corporate Services), Mlungisi Shelembe

Municipal Manager: Sizwe Khuzwayo Communications Officer: Mduduzi Manzi LED Officer: Zimbili Sibisi (Manager: LED and Tourism) Other Senior Management: Nonjabulo Ngwane (Acting Director: Technical Services), Zanele Patience Mngadi (Director: Corporate Services), Zamani Mcineka (Director: Community Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited Clean audit Clean audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

279 465

250 685

227 265

Total Expenditure

208 611

246 943

217 788

Surplus/(Deficit)

32 522

32 897

18 654

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

99 506

51 895

47 040

Total Current Assets

61 151

74 969

66 565

37 423

29 026

26 440

445 761

413 154

380 182

Operating Cash Flow

29 369

57 640

37 932

Cash at Year End

57 082

27 749

29 057

n/a

28 810

22 420

2015/16

2014/15

301

227

Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions

67

0

Managerial Positions

21

19

Vacant Managerial Positions

1

0

80 390

74 136

2015/16

2014/15

24 614

24 211

1 718

1 265

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

MAPHUMULO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN294) CONTACT DETAILS

Other Members of Council: Z C Ncalane (Deputy Mayor),

POSTAL: Private Bag X9205, Maphumulo, 4470 PHYSICAL: MR 711, LOT 152, Maphumulo TEL: 032 481 4500 FAX: 032 481 2053 WEB: http://maphumuloonline.gov.za

C S Shange (Speaker), N P Nxumalo (Exco Member)

OVERVIEW

Municipal Manager: Mr C S Mhlongo (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr S Majola (Acting) Communications Officer: Z Z G Gombela LED Officer: Mr C S Mhlongo Other Senior Management: Mr W D Mbongwa (Executive Manager:

Description: The Maphumulo Local Municipality is a Category B

Planning), Mr S Thwala (Executive Manager: Technical Services)

municipality in the iLembe District of KwaZulu-Natal. It is one of the four municipalities in the district, making up almost a third of its geographical area. Maphumulo is an isiZulu name meaning ‘place of rest’. The municipality is predominantly rural, mostly comprising tribal land, which is administered by the Ingonyama Trust on behalf of local communities. Sugar cane cultivation is the predominant economic activity and land use in the municipality. Subsistence agricultural activities in the form of small cropping areas attached to traditional family units dominate land usage. The R74 Main Road provides access from KwaDukuza to the hinterland and then leads on to Kranskop and Greytown. The linkage to the N2 is vital as it provides for migrant labour transport, and access to commercial and employment markets in the Durban Metro and to the Tongaat/Maidstone, the Dolphin Coast, KwaDukuza, Darnall and Isithebe areas. Area: 896km2 Main Economic Sectors: Government services, agriculture

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

135 606

107 142

Total Expenditure

98 411

96 823

102 998

Surplus/(Deficit)

31 376

38 784

4 144

24 697

27 389

44 354

Total Current Assets

40 141

40 949

31 410

Total Current Liabilities

35 274

45 628

51 151

225 641

182 365

143 585 13 764

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

31 405

40 160

22 000

22 797

15 683

n/a

21 100

36 237

2015/16

2014/15

122

84

Vacant Positions

37

5

Managerial Positions

17

14

Vacant Managerial Positions

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

Composition of Council: ANC 13, IFP 9 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mrs Z F Khuzwayo-Dlamini

Electricity Total Customer Entities Served

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

2014/15

R’000

Population: 89 969 No Schooling: 23.3% Households: 20 524

Population Growth: -1.65% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 29.7% Formal Dwellings: 43.8%

2015/16

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified 129 787

Total Revenue

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

2016/17

SERVICE DELIVERY*

10

5

31 765

29 758

2015/16

2014/15

6 100

5 755

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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The Natal Joint Municipal Pension/Provident Funds (NJMPF/Fund) driving inclusive, transparent, and sustainable practices through innovation, good governance and financial literacy. South African laws and regulatory institutions already exert a certain amount of stringent authority over the retirement funding industry. Whether this authority enhances or reduces value for members, the general perception is that operational codes, directives and laws require funds to report certain aspects of their operations in order to qualify for good corporate governance and excellent customer service.

Background The Natal Joint Municipal Pension/Provident Funds (NJMPF/Fund) is a not for profit organisation, which provides retirement funding benefits for municipal employees in the Province of KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa) in extent 94 000 square km. These employees are employed at 55 municipalities in the Province. The NJMPF’s vision is to provide superior retirement services and benefits to 20 000 active members and 10 000 pensioners and beneficiaries making up its membership.

Context Studies show that great service and treating customers fairly builds trust and loyalty with customers, other studies indicate challenges regarding high fees in the retirement system (charges paper), while some studies talk about the low financial literacy levels among households in South Africa. Further studies promote adherence to good governance culture, yet some highlight low replacement ratio for members contributing to retirement funds (currently, according to most studies, less than 10% of members contributing to retirement funds can maintain their standard of living after retirement). The competitive edge for the NJMPF is providing superior service to stakeholders at low fees and ensuring high investment returns, which increases members’ retirement benefits.

Practical, proven implementation to enhance retirement outcomes for members and pensioners (beneficiaries, widows and children) a) Innovation Using technology to lower fees is critical for a retirement fund service and its members. Experts believe that as entities have grown in size and complexity, specialization, silos, and ultimately hierarchy have choked off the capacity to readily adapt and innovate. Finding innovative ways to enhance and accelerate member participation in the retirement funding arrangement is important. • The NJMPF is introducing a barcode ballot voting system for electing Board of Trustees. The NJMPF is one of a few pension funds in South Africa to introduce a barcode ballot voting system and perhaps the only one to do so in-house. • During 2016, the NJMPF introduced an interactive webpage to promote information sharing, and during 2017, a mobile application was created to promote education and communication.

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b) Financial education Last year, the NJMPF teamed up with the National Credit Regulator (NCR) as it has recognised that within its own membership, members are burdened with debt. In collaborating with the NCR, the NJMPF has been able to offer its members and pensioners advice on debt and credit management from the experts (NCR) themselves. Partnering with the regulator (NCR) allows for leveraging the expertise of NCR on credit/debt management education and educating NJMPF members at no cost. In past years the NJMPF has partnered with the Financial Services Board, including the Office of the Pension Funds Adjudicator and the legal advisor of the Fund to educate stakeholders about issues relating to financial literacy. c) Enhanced benefits to stakeholders Investment performance is a key agenda for any retirement fund. The NJMPF has achieved excellent short-term and long-term investment performance, which has enabled the Fund to increase and improve benefits to members and pensioners. Pensioners of the NJMPF are awarded increases and benefits, greatly improving their standard of living. d) Governance culture The NJMPF has continued with the tradition of a decade of clean audits for its annual financial statements in an environment where clean audits are rare. This is an indication of the good corporate governance practices. Further, in ensuring the maintenance of good governance, the NJMPF has subscribed to the Institute of Directors Governance Assessment Instrument. The Institute of Directors in Southern Africa formally introduced the King Code of Governance Principles. The NJMPF is complying with all principles applicable in the retirement industry.

Conclusion The NJMPF has shown how, in local government, it is moving forward in driving change, creating sustainable growth through member engagement on financial literacy, and how it is practicing an innovation culture to enhance service delivery and achieve superior member outcomes. For any enquiries please contact: Mr Sam Camilleri – CEO/Principal Officer Ms Cheryl Ward – Chief Operating Officer Mr Lunga Mahlaba – Public Relations Manager Telephone: 086 106 5673 / 031 279 5300 Fax: 031 266 6715 Email: info@njmpf.co.za Website: www.njmpf.co.za Postal address: PO Box 33, Westwood 3633

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NDWEDWE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN293) CONTACT DETAILS

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

POSTAL: Private Bag X503, Ndwedwe, 4342 PHYSICAL: P100 Road, Ndwedwe TEL: 032 532 5000 FAX: 032 532 5031/2 EMAIL: mm@ndwedwe.gov.za WEB: www.ndwedwe.gov.za

Composition of Council: ANC 27, IFP 8, DA 1, EFF 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: V Chili Other Members of Council: N Blose (Deputy Mayor), K Ngidi (Speaker) Municipal Manager: Mr T P Cele Chief Financial Officer: Mr T M Nkosi

OVERVIEW Description: The Ndwedwe Local Municipality is a Category B municipality located within the iLembe District in the KwaZulu-Natal Province. It lies parallel to, and approximately 20km inland from, the KwaZulu-Natal coast. It is the largest of four municipalities in the district, making up a third of its geographical area. The municipality consists mainly of poor black communities whose livelihoods depend on subsistence farming. Located in relatively close proximity to major urban and economic developments, the area has remained substantially underdeveloped, disadvantaged and poor. External access and internal linkage are substantially limited to east-west roads, while north-south links are few and of poor quality. Much of Ndwedwe Municipality’s detailed planning for the future depends on strategies yet to be developed for the iLembe District Municipality. However, the key short-term objectives that have been identified for Ndwedwe are strongly focused on the provision of basic infrastructure and services to a population that is at present severely lacking in these facilities. Area: 1 093km2 Cities/Towns: Ndwedwe Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, tourism, services

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 143 117 No Schooling: 19.4% Households: 33 882

Population Growth: 0.37% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 31.6% Formal Dwellings: 55.9%

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

R’000

R’000

R’000

176 062 123 389 52 673 56 168

189 597 100 609 88 988 59 657

175 537 90 968 84 569 66 038

130 461 18 395 412 645

127 269 28 527 359 973

84 165 32 008 270 985

272 966 439 364 n/a

86 438 109 380 9 599

85 488 76 667 5 554

2015/16

2014/15

109 19 14 4 39 883

107 22 15 5 38 030

2015/16

2014/15

18 413 310

17 833 2 565

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Total Customer Entities Served Electricity Households - Free Basic Service

KING CETSHWAYO DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC28) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X1025, Richards Bay, 3900 PHYSICAL: King Cetshwayo House, Kruger Rand, Richards Bay TEL: 035 799 2500 FAX: 035 789 1641 EMAIL: rheedersc@kingcetshwayo.gov.za WEB: www.kingcetshwayo.gov.za

Melmoth

NKANDLA

CITY OF KwaMbonambi UMHLATHUZE Empangeni Ngwelezana Richards Bay

OVERVIEW Description: The King Cetshwayo District Municipality (previously uThungulu District Municipality) is a Category C municipality and is located in the north-eastern region of the KwaZulu-Natal Province. It covers the area from the uMfolozi River in the north, to KwaGingindlovu (previously Gingindlovu) in the south, and inland to Nkandla. The district is home to five local municipalities: City of uMhlathuze, uMlalazi, Mthonjaneni, Nkandla and uMfolozi. The N2 highway links the district to other significant economic centres, such as Durban and Johannesburg. It also offers a direct route to Maputo in Mozambique. The development of the Richards Bay Industrial Development Zone is boosting economic activity and attracting international investors. Area: 8 213km2 Main Economic Sectors: Manufacturing (40.9%), mining (15.2%), community services (11.9%), finance (8.7%), transport (8.5%), trade (6.5%), agriculture (5.3%), construction (2.1%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 971 135 No Schooling: 13.3% Households: 225 797

UMFOLOZI

MTHONJANENI

Population Growth: 1.54% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 45.2% Formal Dwellings: 70.6%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 10, IFP 6, DA 1 (40% PR Seats)

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

UMLALAZI

Eshowe

Felixton

Amatikulu KwaGingindlovu

Mayor: Nonhle Mkhulisi Other Members of Council: Alice Mthembu (Deputy Mayor), Khulani Hadebe (Speaker), Thamsanqa Gcabashe (Chief Whip), Celiwe Cele (Exco), Jabu Vilakazi (Exco), Ivan Naidoo (Exco), Thembeka Mchunu (Exco), E S Mbatha (Exco), Nellenie Naidoo (MPAC Chair) Chief Financial Officer: Mrs Cheryl Reddy Communications Officer: Rekha Naidoo LED Officer: Sabelo Sibisi Other Senior Management: Adv Ndumiso Xulu (Corporate Services), Thanda Mnguni (Community Services)

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

2015/16

2014/15

452

375

Vacant Positions

29

18

Managerial Positions

57

56

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

12

0

162 530

141 605

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

SERVICE DELIVERY*

Unaudited Clean audit Clean audit

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

R’000

R’000

R’000

988 625 693 045 295 580 371 299

1 061 097 722 305 338 792 392 037

804 848 633 181 171 667 233 422

621 509 270 858 2 367 949

591 361 237 428 2 072 438

588 839 245 903 1 733 646

393 953 503 357 n/a

350 360 422 557 -

114 463 428 309 -

Water

2015/16 75 202

74 712

<200m from Yard

22 258

22 000

7 590

7 590

>200m from Yard Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

Sewerage

2014/15

Inside Yard

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank Ventilated Pit Latrine Households - Free Basic Service

16 370

8 130

30 306

30 306

4 250

4 250

105 132

82 446

1 052

4 172

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

KWAZULU-NATAL

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

CITY OF UMHLATHUZE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN282) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X1004, Richards Bay, 3900 PHYSICAL: 5 Mark Strasse, Central Business District, Richards Bay TEL: 035 907 5000 / 0800 222 827 FAX: 035 907 5444/5/6/7 WEB: www.umhlathuze.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The City of uMhlathuze Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the King Cetshwayo District on the north-east coast of KwaZulu-Natal. It is the largest among the five municipalities that make up the district. It is comprised of 34 wards, having the largest number of wards in the district, and is the third economic hub in the province after eThekwini and Msunduzi Municipalities respectively. The City of uMhlathuze is the best secondary city in KwaZulu-Natal and seventh in the country. It boasts the deepest water port, in Richards Bay, and is home to the Richards Bay Industrial Development Zone (RBIDZ), which drives the inwards investment of the City through foreign direct investments. It is the fastest-growing municipality in KwaZulu-Natal and has been touted as the best performing municipality in the province, with a good governance record of four consecutive Clean Audits. The City of uMhlathuze is a strategically placed, aspirant metropol due to its rapid economic growth and ability to generate sustainable revenue. Richards Bay is considered to be the industrial and tourism hub, eMpangeni the commercial hub, eSikhaleni the largest suburb, and Ntambanana is the home of safari tourism as it hosts the renowned Thula Thula Private Game Reserve. The John Ross Parkway (R43) is the major access road to the City from the inland provinces. This is the road which carries the economy of the City of uMhlathuze since it links the harbour with the N2 towards Mpumalanga Province, Swaziland and Mozambique on the north; Durban and Pietermaritzburg on the south; and Gauteng and other inland provinces on the western side. The road boasts the country’s longest road bridge and has been designed to meet the growing transport needs of the City in line with the development plans for the CBD and harbour. Apart from being an industrial and economic hub, the City enjoys a diverse natural environment. Importantly, the City of uMhlathuze is a progressive municipality that appreciates the need to achieve a successful balance and synergy between industry, its rich environmental assets, and the community. Area: 1 233km2 Cities/Towns: Empangeni, Richards Bay Main Economic Sectors: Manufacturing (45.9%), mining and quarrying (11.6%), financial, real estate and business (10.7%), community, social and personal services (10.4%), transport and communication (9.1%), trade (6.3%), agriculture, forestry and fishing (3.2%)

Other Members of Council: M G Mhlongo (Mayor and Chairperson: Financial Services Committee), S G Mkhize (Deputy Mayor and Chairperson: Corporate Services Committee), M W Mthenjana (Speaker), Manie Lourens (Chief Whip), M Sookroo (Chairperson: City Development Committee) Municipal Manager: Dr N J Sibeko Chief Financial Officer: Mr M Kunene (Deputy Municipal Manager: Financial Services) Communications Officer: Mr Mdu Ncalane (Manager: Communications) LED Officer: S Morajane (Head: Economic Development Facilitation) Other Senior Management: N I Mthethwa (Chief Operations Officer), N Ndonga (Deputy Municipal Manager: City Development), S S Masondo (Deputy Municipal Manager: Corporate Services), Mr S Hlela (Acting Deputy Municipal Manager: Infrastructure and Technical Services), M B Nzuza (Acting Deputy Municipal Manager: Community Services) FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Population Growth: 2.81% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 57.8% Formal Dwellings: 88.3%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 43, IFP 13, DA 8, EFF 3 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: M G Mhlongo

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited Clean audit Clean audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

2 968 407

2 723 951

2 737 981

Total Expenditure

2 588 772

2 842 746

2 599 686

Surplus/(Deficit)

125 660

124 266

149 209

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

548 524

393 781

454 373

1 082 060

964 980

807 887

589 827

718 432

582 411

4 885 152

4 549 985

4 407 762

Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

398 818

435 791

575 523

Cash at Year End

592 178

462 406

421 638

n/a

124 815

-

2015/16

2014/15

2 474

2 022

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions

264

0

64

50

7

0

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

616 664

555 779

SERVICE DELIVERY*

2015/16

2014/15

84 511

83 880

Inside Yard

Water

<200m from Yard Households - Free Basic Service

Electricity

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 410 465 No Schooling: 5.9% Households: 110 503

2016/17

Sewerage

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

517

698

8 449

8 323

86 064

64 344

2 734

1 764

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

43 068

43 068

Ventilated Pit Latrine

32 257

30 403

Households - Free Basic Service

32 257

30 403

Note: Part of Ntambanana Local Municipality was merged into City of uMhlathuze Local Municipality on 3 August 2016. Financial, Employment and Service Delivery information prior to the 2016/17 financial year only includes figures for City of uMhlathuze Local Municipality. View historical information for Ntambanana Local Municipality at municipalities.co.za.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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MTHONJANENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN285) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 11, Melmoth, 3835 PHYSICAL: 21 Reinhold Street, Melmoth TEL: 035 450 2082 FAX: 035 450 3224 EMAIL: mmsec@mthonjaneni.org.za WEB: www.mthonjaneni.org.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Mthonjaneni Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the northern coastal region of KwaZuluNatal, and is part of the King Cetshwayo District. It is approximately 170km north of Durban. It is one of five municipalities in the district. The picturesque town of Melmoth was founded in 1888 as a ‘gold-rush’ town on a portion of the farm Golden Reef, when the British government annexed Zululand in 1887 and established several magisterial districts. It was decided to administer Mthonjaneni from a town named after the resident commissioner – Sir Melmoth Osborn. The former Melmoth Traditional Local Council area is the only town that was incorporated by the Mthonjaneni Municipality. In the past, the town performed the function of a dormitory town (and still does to some extent) for those who worked in the neighbouring town of Ulundi. Mthonjaneni is one of the smallest municipalities in South Africa, but it has the distinction of being regarded as one of the healthiest places to live in this country. It is close to the Hluhluwe-Umfolozi and Opathe Game Reserves. Area: 1 639km2 Cities/Towns: Melmoth, Ntambanana Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture (33.5%), community services (20.9%), manufacturing (14%), finance (10.9%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 78 883 No Schooling: 17.7% Households: 16 040

Population Growth: -1.31% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 31.5% Formal Dwellings: 53.5%

Communications Officer: Mr Thami Shangase LED Officer: Ms Patience Vilakazi Other Senior Management: N W Zikhali (Technical and Engineering Services), Mr Bafana Dube (IDP and PMS Manager), Miss Nontobeko Mathe (Human Resources Manager), Mr K G Mbatha (Information Technology Manager), Mr B C X Dladla (Community Services Manager), Mr S K Madlopha (PMU Manager), Mr D R Horne (Protection Services Manager), Mr Njabulo Mathonsi (Town Planner Manager), Mr Dosi Mlondo (Supply Chain Manager)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

Composition of Council: IFP 14, ANC 10, EFF 1 Controlling Party: IFP Mayor: Mr Sibonginkosi Biyela Other Members of Council: Phumlani Emmanuel Ntombela (Deputy Mayor), A N Jiyane (Speaker)

Municipal Manager: Mr Philani P Sibiya Chief Financial Officer: Mr Khaya Mthethwa

2014/15

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

R’000

R’000

R’000

234 633 158 122 76 510 69 496

127 966 107 533 20 433 33 628

110 646 85 369 25 277 21 182

57 717 15 167 321 626

67 309 10 203 242 629

69 181 6 558 222 196

53 148 9 649 n/a

26 839 42 470 32 425

24 304 49 259 9 036

2015/16

2014/15

196 7 11 1 28 150

195 7 9 1 26 666

2015/16

2014/15

8 360 294

7 579 194

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY*

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

2015/16

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

Total Customer Entities Served Electricity Households - Free Basic Service

Note: Part of Ntambanana Local Municipality was merged into Mthonjaneni Local Municipality on 3 August 2016. Financial, Employment and Service Delivery information prior to the 2016/17 financial year only includes figures for Mthonjaneni Local Municipality. View historical information for Ntambanana Local Municipality at municipalities.co.za.

NKANDLA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN286) CONTACT DETAILS

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

POSTAL: Private Bag X161, Nkandla, 3855 PHYSICAL: Lot 292, Maree Road, Nkandla TEL: 035 833 2000 FAX: 035 833 0920 EMAIL: info@nkandla.org.za WEB: www.nkandla.org.za

Population: 114 284 No Schooling: 24.7% Households: 21 832

OVERVIEW Description: The Nkandla Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the King Cetshwayo District in the KwaZulu-Natal Province. It is one of the five municipalities that make up the district. Nkandla is situated along the world heritage route from the Isandlwana Battlefields in Nquthu, Melmoth, Ulundi, Eshowe, to Blood River in Dundee. Nkandla has a claim to be the ‘cradle’ of Zulu history. From Malandela to Shaka, to Dingane and Cetshwayo, Nkandla has been at the centre stage of the Zulu nation’s history. The graves of King Malandela and Cetshwayo are at Nkandla. It consists mainly of tribal lands and state-owned land. The area has a wealth of undisturbed forests that boast mostly indigenous species. Nkandla Town offers the full array of urban development, albeit at a smaller scale compared to the majority of towns in KwaZulu-Natal. Area: 1 828km2 Cities/Towns: Nkandla Main Economic Sectors: Retail, agriculture

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Population Growth: -0.03% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 28.8% Formal Dwellings: 17.0%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: IFP 15, ANC 12 Controlling Party: IFP Mayor: Mr Arthur Ntuli Other Members of Council: Arthur Ntuli (Mayor, and Budget and Treasury Office), Nonhlanhla Nzuza (Deputy Mayor and Community and Economic Development Services), Sondelaphi Sibiya (Speaker), Bekokwakhe Dlomo (Technical Services and Corporate Services) Municipal Manager: Langelihle Jili Chief Financial Officer: S Ntombela Communications Officer: Mr T D Khanyile LED Officer: Ms N Ntshalintshali Other Senior Management: B Bhengu (Deputy CFO), N P Xulu (Director: Corporate Services), M N Mnyandu (Director: Technical Services), S B S Sibisi (Acting Director: Community Services and PMS Manager), Z S Mthethwa (Executive Manager), D K Khuzwayo (Assistant Director: Social Services), T T Khumalo (Assistant Director: Protection Services), Z N Ntshalintshali (Assistant Director: Local Economic Development), N N Sikhakhane (Assistant Director: Civil Engineering), L S Buthelezi (Assistant Director: Electrical), Chris Ntuli (Executive Manager)

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

R’000

R’000

R’000

163 600 122 699 40 901 42 602

174 458 127 978 46 480 68 795

129 760 101 627 28 134 39 721

21 712 13 603 336 062

23 566 36 747 309 749

19 915 24 895 263 270

29 502 (7 435) n/a

63 464 4 482 18 066

50 010 9 051 15 355

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

2015/16

2014/15

120

106

Vacant Positions

21

4

Managerial Positions

15

18

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

1

2

45 231

38 506

2015/16

2014/15

22 195

21 823

1 303

1 251

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

KWAZULU-NATAL

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

UMFOLOZI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN281) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 96, KwaMbonambi, 3915 PHYSICAL: 25 Bredelia Street, KwaMbonambi TEL: 035 580 1421 FAX: 035 580 1141 EMAIL: administrator@mbonambi.co.za WEB: www.umfolozi.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The uMfolozi Local Municipality (previously Mbonambi Local Municipality) is a Category B municipality that forms part of the King Cetshwayo District in the KwaZulu-Natal Province. It is one of the five municipalities that make up the district. In close proximity to the City of uMhlathuze, the town of KwaMbonambi is situated alongside one of the country’s major highways, which runs from Cape Town to the Mozambican border, and carries both tourist and business traffic. The biggest proportion of land within the uMfolozi Municipal area is owned by private organisations and Ingonyama Trust Land. This privately owned land is located in the centre of the municipal area surrounding KwaMbonambi. The second-biggest area is Mhlana Traditional Authority, followed by the Sokhulu and Mbonambi Traditional Authorities. The uMfolozi Municipality is close to the St Lucia Estuary, a World Heritage Site, and to the popular fishing spot of Mapelane, as well as the world-famous Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Game Reserves. Area: 1 300km2 Cities/Towns: KwaMbonambi Main Economic Sectors: Manufacturing; wholesale and retail trade, catering and accommodation; transport, storage and communication; finance, insurance, real estate and business services; agriculture, forestry and fishing

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 144 363 No Schooling: 16.8% Households: 30 470

Population Growth: 1.84% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 38.1% Formal Dwellings: 66.3%

C M Mkhwanazi, N T Mthiyane, R L R Keyser, S P Mpanza, M N Mlambo, Z G Mcineka, S M Nzama, F M Thusi, S M Shabangu, N H Mkhize, P N Khanyile, M Conco, M C Mkhize, S Mdamba Municipal Manager: Mr Khulumokwakhe Elliot Gamede Chief Financial Officer: Mr J V Nkosi Communications Officer: Mr P P Khumalo LED Officer: Mr S S Maphanga (LED Manager) Other Senior Management: Cynthia Ngema (Senior Manager: Community Services), Nonhlanhla Ndlela (Senior Manager: Corporate Services), Sibusiso Hlatshwayo (Senior Manager: Technical Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

2016/17

Composition of Council: ANC 17, IFP 15, EFF 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Smangaliso Mgenge Other Members of Council: S R Thabethe (Deputy Mayor), Z D Mfusi (Speaker), K S Zwane, A M Mtshali, B S Bhengu, E B Z Mbele, S M Mbuyazi, S T Khumalo, T M Biyela, B S Ndlovu, Z S Mtetwa, S Mthethwa, X M Bhengu, J M Ndimande, Q D Mkhize, M B Mkhize, K S C Xaba,

2014/15

R’000

R’000

R’000

172 043 143 929 28 115 57 069

155 749 120 266 35 484 49 292

142 555 96 467 46 088 50 213

12 465 44 520 191 282

14 193 32 007 163 167

15 440 25 397 127 683

(3 902) 1 611 n/a

46 610 211 21 173

53 101 3 188 45 159

2015/16

2014/15

248 48 20 4 35 746

111 20 18 5 31 386

2015/16

2014/15

16 520 3 706

16 220 7 092

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY*

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

2015/16

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

Total Customer Entities Served Electricity Households - Free Basic Service

Note: Part of Ntambanana Local Municipality was merged into uMfolozi Local Municipality on 3 August 2016. Financial, Employment and Service Delivery information prior to the 2016/17 financial year only includes figures for uMfolozi Local Municipality. View historical information for Ntambanana Local Municipality at municipalities.co.za.

UMLALAZI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN284) CONTACT DETAILS

OVERVIEW

POSTAL: PO Box 37, Eshowe, 3815 PHYSICAL: Hutchinson Street, Eshowe TEL: 035 473 3474 FAX: 035 474 4733 EMAIL: mm@umlalazi.org.za WEB: www.umlalazi.gov.za

Description: The uMlalazi Local Municipality is a Category B municipality

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

located within the King Cetshwayo District in KwaZulu-Natal. It borders on the Indian Ocean and has a coastline of approximately 17km. It is the largest of five municipalities in the district, making up almost a third of its geographical area.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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The population distribution in the municipal area is characterised by relatively high population densities within urban nodes and low densities in rural areas. The municipal area is dominated by tribal areas, and 14 tribal authorities exist within the area. The town of Eshowe is of great historical significance in that it is the birthplace of Cetshwayo, who was king of the Zulus during the AngloZulu War of 1879. Eshowe Town is also considered the administrative and service centre of the uMlalazi Municipality. The coastal town of Mtunzini is situated on the north coast of KwaZulu-Natal on the banks of the uMlalazi River, and borders on the uMlalazi Nature Reserve. Mtunzini is the number one residential and ecotourist destination in South Africa. The municipal area consists of commercial farming areas in a broad, continuous band from the west of Eshowe to KwaGingindlovu (previously Gingindlovu) and to the north of Mtunzini. The rest of the area consists of tribal authority land, where land management has been poor. It is characterised by an undulating topography, causing difficulties with respect to the delivery of engineering services. The uMlalazi Municipality is crossed by a number of important transportation routes, such as the N2 motorway between Durban and Richards Bay, the R34 between Richards Bay/Empangeni and Nkwaleni Valley to the north of Eshowe, and the R66 from the N2 motorway to KwaGingindlovu, Eshowe, Melmoth, Ulundi and Vryheid. Area: 2 214km2 Cities/Towns: Eshowe, KwaGingindlovu, Mtunzini Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture (33%), tourism (10.1%), manufacturing (5%), services

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 223 140 No Schooling: 20.1% Households: 46 953

Population Growth: 0.99% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 34.7% Formal Dwellings: 62.4%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 29, IFP 23, DA 1, EFF 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr T B Zulu Other Members of Council: T B Zulu (Mayor and Exco), B P Simelane (Deputy Mayor and Exco), C T Dlamini (Speaker), E Z Jaffe (Chief Whip), S B Larkan (Exco), C Gamede (Exco), I Woollatt (Exco), M H Qwabe (Exco), M M Khanyile (Exco), J K Powell (Exco), Q T Xulu (Exco), N L Ngidi Municipal Manager: Khulekani Zulu (Acting)

Chief Financial Officer: Zakhele Mhlongo Communications Officer: Mkhuseli Buthelezi LED Officer: Khonzi Mthiyane Other Senior Management: K C Zulu (Director: Corporate Services), B Koster (Deputy Chief Financial Officer), Futhi Mahaye (Acting Director: Community Services), V B Mbatha (Senior Manager: Compliance), F Mahaye (Senior Manager: Community Services), X Blose (Senior Manager: Community Services), M Dlamini (Senior Manager: Engineering Services), S V D Van Westhuizen (Senior Manager: Corporate Services), S Mbuyazi (Senior Manager: SCM), K Nxumalo (Senior Manager: Revenue), T Mnguni (Senior Manager: Expenditure), M Ngubane (Senior Town Planner), P Ngema (Chief Building Inspector)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

R’000

R’000

R’000

378 156 366 174 11 982 n/a

469 659 341 206 128 453 68 502

317 188 283 515 33 674 58 806

112 036 54 524 869 554

148 140 80 497 855 773

106 146 49 982 714 050

48 501 86 123 n/a

100 864 112 439 14 358

66 212 79 034 18 671

2015/16

2014/15

431 2 25 2 96 401

382 15 25 7 83 926

2015/16

2014/15

37 611 2 380

36 868 2 377

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Total Customer Entities Served Electricity Households - Free Basic Service

UGU DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC21) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 33, Port Shepstone, 4240 PHYSICAL: 28 Connor Street, Port Shepstone TEL: 039 688 5700 FAX: 039 682 1720 EMAIL: info@ugu.gov.za WEB: www.ugu.gov.za

UMDONI

Scottburgh

Park Rynie Umzinto Sezela

OVERVIEW

UMZUMBE

Description: The Ugu District Municipality is a Category C municipality situated in the far south of KwaZulu-Natal. It lies south of Durban, bordered by a coastline of 112km. The district is made up of four local municipalities: Umdoni, uMzumbe, Ray Nkonyeni and Umuziwabantu, all of which have played a critical role in the cultivation of the district’s economy. The Ray Nkonyeni Municipality is the ultimate economy booster due to its location. Commercial agriculture in the district produces one-fifth of all bananas consumed in South Africa, with numerous companies successfully exporting these and other products to some of the most exclusive packers in the United Kingdom. The Ugu District is the proud owner of Blue Flag Status beaches, which have marked tourism as a major economic cultivator. The improvement of its infrastructure, education, health and recreational facilities contributes immensely to its appeal. The nurturing of the local economy highly features tourism and agriculture, and includes the district’s very own Ugu Jazz Festival. It also includes other renowned annual activities, such as the Africa Bike Week, which have gained momentum worldwide. Area: 4 791km2 Main Economic Sectors: Manufacturing (19%), finance, insurance, real estate and business services (17%), wholesale and retail trade, catering

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Harding

UMUZIWABANTU

Hibberdene

Ekuzameni Thistles Kwamshiwa Sea Park Marburg

Umtentweni Port Shepston

RAY NKONYENI Uvongo Margate Ramsgate

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and accommodation (17%), transport, storage and communication (11%), agriculture, forestry and fishing (8%), community, social and personal services (7%), construction (4%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 753 336 No Schooling: 8.4% Households: 175 146

Population Growth: 2.03% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 40.0% Formal Dwellings: 58.6%

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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SERVICE DELIVERY*

Composition of Council: ANC 23, AIC 1, DA 5, IFP 6 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Mondli Chiliza Other Members of Council: Ntombifikile Gumede (Speaker),

Water

Nomfundo Zwane (Chairperson: Sound Governance and Human Resources), Phumlile Mthiyane (Chairperson: Water and Sanitation Portfolio Committee) Municipal Manager: Mr D D Naidoo Chief Financial Officer: Ms Sibongile Ngilande Communications Officer: France Zama LED Officer: Mr Mandla Mkhungo Other Senior Management: Sipho Khuzwayo (Senior Manager: LED and Environmental Services), Paul Watson (Senior Manager: Water Services Operations), Chuma Mqoboli (Senior Manager: Project Management Unit), Vela Mazibuko (Senior Manager: Human Resources), Faith Mbili (Senior Manager), Ms Vuyiwe Tsako (General Manager: Corporate Services), Ms Zakithi Mbonane (General Manager: LED and Environmental Services), Ms Lungile Cele (General Manager: Water Services)

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

2015/16

2014/15

970

1 671

Vacant Positions

81

736

Managerial Positions

36

38

7

7

312 173

284 090

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

2015/16

2014/15

Inside Yard

41 534

40 069

<200m from Yard

59 303

56 831

>200m from Yard

28 000

28 000

6 739

40 069

Households - Free Basic Service

Sewerage

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

17 336

17 336

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

22 733

22 733

Ventilated Pit Latrine

67 562

67 562

2 663

2 013

2015/16

2014/15

Households - Free Basic Service

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

2016/17

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

1 231 453

1 103 514

1 061 795 935 847

Total Expenditure

928 221

928 853

Surplus/(Deficit)

303 231

174 662

125 947

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

349 233

365 260

324 778

Total Current Assets

545 713

412 749

434 431

Total Current Liabilities

271 693

254 342

263 528

4 432 954

4 040 501

3 865 840

370 798

414 755

434 107

281 797

276 261

246 549

n/a

121 797

314 667

Community Wealth/Equity

KWAZULU-NATAL

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

RAY NKONYENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN216) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 5, Port Shepstone, 4240 PHYSICAL: 10 Connor Street, Port Shepstone TEL: 039 688 2000 FAX: 039 682 0327 EMAIL: services@rnm.gov.za WEB: www.rnm.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Ray Nkonyeni Local Municipality (previously Hibiscus Coast Local Municipality) is a Category B municipality situated within the Ugu District in the KwaZulu-Natal Province. It is the largest of four municipalities in the district, making up a third of its geographical area. It covers an area of approximately 90km of coastline comprising 21 beaches, and extends 30km inland, covering a vast, rural area under the leadership of six tribal authorities. It has its administrative seat in Port Shepstone and is the most concentrated economic hub within the district. Beaches of world-class quality are to be found along the entire seaboard, with Marina, Trafalgar, Lucien, Southport, Umzumbe and Ramsgate beaches recognised as full Blue Flag beaches. The coastline is dotted with numerous small towns, many of which serve as seasonal recreational hubs in areas such as Port Shepstone, Umtamvuna/Port Edward, Margate, Hibberdene and Impenjati/Southbroom. Area: 1 487km2 Cities/Towns: Hibberdene, Margate, Port Edward, Port Shepstone, Southbroom Main Economic Sectors: Finance and business services (21.5%), wholesale and retail (18.7%), general government services (13.3%), manufacturing (12.3%), agriculture and forestry (8.9%), transport and communication (8.9%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 348 533 No Schooling: 5.1% Households: 90 409

Population Growth: 2.76% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 45.6% Formal Dwellings: 65.7%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 47, DA 14, IFP 5, AIC 2, EFF 2, VF PLUS 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Nomusa Mqwebu Other Members of Council: Ronnie Nair (Deputy Mayor and Corporate Services Portfolio Committee), Doctor Njoko (Speaker), Gilbert Maphumulo (Chief Whip), Mosley Lubanyana (Community Services Portfolio Committee), Sipho Dlamalala (Technical Services

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Portfolio Committee), Lindiwe Ntanza (Governance and Special Programmes Portfolio Committee), Hilton Boyland (Development Planning Services Portfolio Committee), Makhosezwe Mpisi (Public Safety Portfolio Committee), Samkelo Ndwalane, Douglas Rawlins, Sifundo Ngwane Municipal Manager: Mr Max Mbili Chief Financial Officer: Ms Nolubabalo Gqola Communications Officer: Mr Simon April LED Officer: Philani Khambule Other Senior Management: Siyabonga Zama (HOD: Development Planning Services), Khethukuthula Zulu (HOD: Strategic Planning and Governance), Mthandeni Ndwalane (HOD: Community Services), Sabatha Dlamini (HOD: Technical Services), Nelisiwe Thabatha (HOD: Corporate Services), Sibusiso Nzimande (HOD: Public Safety)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Unaudited Clean audit unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

959 062 836 394 122 668 146 428

836 539 829 930 6 609 97 128

691 403 728 863 (37 460) 106 344

308 809 169 740 1 595 247

345 105 227 973 1 233 189

298 417 223 130 1 199 463

128 145 95 305 n/a

(1 267) 82 346 17 359

31 535 91 829 965

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

Note: Ezinqoleni Local Municipality was merged into Hibiscus Coast Local Municipality and renamed Ray Nkonyeni Local Municipality on 3 August 2016. Financial, Employment and Service Delivery information prior to the 2016/17 financial year only includes figures for Hibiscus Coast Local Municipality. View historical information for Ezinqoleni Local Municipality at municipalities.co.za.

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

2015/16

2014/15

46 541

46 460

1 784

1 858

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

2015/16

2014/15

1 060

1 118

7

38

46

46

KWAZULU-NATAL

Vacant Positions Managerial Positions

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

2014/15

4

3

345 015

317 929

UMDONI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN212) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 19, Scottburgh, 4180 PHYSICAL: Cnr Bram Fischer & Williamson Streets, Scottburgh TEL: 039 976 1202 / 039 978 4313 FAX: 039 976 2194/2020 WEB: www.umdoni.gov.za

Other Senior Management: Linda Harisingh (Manager: Office of the Municipal Manager), Lindiwe Shange (General Manager: Community Services) FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

Description: The Umdoni Local Municipality is a Category B municipality

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 144 551 No Schooling: 10.6% Households: 35 433

Population Growth: 2.34% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 40.1% Formal Dwellings: 63.0%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 23, DA 7, IFP 3, AIC 1, ALJAMA 1, AM4C 1, EFF 1

Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: T W Dube Other Members of Council: S T Khathi (Deputy Mayor), S S I Khwela (Speaker) Municipal Manager: Mr Xolani Luthuli Chief Financial Officer: Ms T Mhlongo LED Officer: Mrs Canesia Vezi (General Manager: Planning and Development)

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Unaudited Clean audit unqualified

OVERVIEW located within the Ugu District in the KwaZulu-Natal Province. It is the smallest of four municipalities in the district, accounting for just under a quarter of its geographical area. It is made up of 10 wards, most of which are rural areas. The municipality can be divided into three major land uses, being commercial agriculture, traditional authority areas and coastal urban nodes. The coastline stretches approximately 40km. The town of Scottburgh is approximately 50km from the city of Durban and 65km from Port Shepstone. Area: 994km2 Cities/Towns: Pennington, Scottburgh/Umzinto North Main Economic Sectors: Commercial agriculture

2016/17

Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

R’000

R’000

R’000

327 794 247 412 80 382 18 220

216 866 179 338 37 528 57 665

167 166 165 168 1 998 26 372

265 509 98 132 873 146

162 960 55 121 615 214

145 835 50 521 580 218

(8 108) 11 748 n/a

72 300 123 676 2 750

47 428 110 351 6 361

2015/16

2014/15

295

361

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions

43

49

Managerial Positions

26

20

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

7

3

69 390

67 946

2015/16

2014/15

Total Customer Entities Served

2 863

2 863

Households - Free Basic Service

1 494

1 209

Note: Part of Vulamehlo Local Municipality was merged into Umdoni Local Municipality on 3 August 2016. Financial, Employment and Service Delivery information prior to the 2016/17 financial year only includes figures for Umdoni Local Municipality. View historical information for Vulamehlo Local Municipality at municipalities.co.za.

UMUZIWABANTU LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN214) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X1023, Harding, 4680 PHYSICAL: Murchison Street, Harding TEL: 039 433 3500 FAX: 039 433 1208 WEB: www.umuziwabantu.gov.za

OVERVIEW

Cities/Towns: Harding Main Economic Sectors: Manufacturing, agriculture, timber

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 108 576 No Schooling: 15.3% Households: 21 172

Population Growth: 2.67% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 28.1% Formal Dwellings: 39.5%

Description: The Umuziwabantu Local Municipality is a Category B municipality located on the western boundary of the Ugu District in KwaZulu-Natal. It lies at the foot of the Ingeli Mountain Range and the Umtamvuna River marks the southern boundary. It shares its borders to the north, west and south with the Eastern Cape, and to the east with the uMzumbe and Ray Nkonyeni Municipalities. It is one of four municipalities in the district. Umuziwabantu Municipality consists of a largely rural area. Features include an urban development (the town of Harding), farmland, commercially-grown forests, and traditional authority areas. Apart from the town of Harding, which is the seat of the municipality, 56% of the municipal area is occupied by individually-owned commercial farms and the Weza afforestation region. The six tribal authority areas (KwaMachi, KwaJala, KwaMbotho, KwaFodo, Dumisa and Bashweni) make up 42% of the municipality’s land. Area: 1 089km2

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 14, IFP 4, DA 1, EFF 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Dixie Nciki Other Members of Council: D Nciki (Mayor and Chairperson: Exco/ Finance, Budget and Corporate Services), T N Dzingwa (Deputy Mayor and Chairperson: Planning, LED, Housing and Infrastructure), M V Nyathi (Speaker and Chairperson: Council), S J Ncwane (Chairperson: Community Services) Municipal Manager: Mr S D Mbhele Chief Financial Officer: Mr Ivor Ogle (Acting) Communications Officer: Nkosikhona Zwane LED Officer: S V Shabalala Other Senior Management: Sizwe Malinga (Director: Technical Services), W T Gumede (Director: Community Services)

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited Clean audit Clean audit

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

176 204

174 264

152 982

Total Expenditure

134 095

117 229

111 111

42 109

57 035

41 871

31 301

63 104

37 242

Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets

151 001

Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

129 062

92 049

17 504

18 633

22 002

383 782

338 881

275 409

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

2014/15

180

190

Vacant Positions

0

20

Managerial Positions

18

19

Vacant Managerial Positions

0

2

45 931

39 364

2015/16

2014/15

Total Employment Positions

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served

9 311

9 119

Households - Free Basic Service

4 816

5 704

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

19 904

69 337

56 028

Cash at Year End

129 931

110 840

77 095

n/a

6 826

10 069

UIFW EXPENDITURE

KWAZULU-NATAL

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

UMZUMBE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN213) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 561, Hibberdene, 4220 PHYSICAL: Sipofu Road, Mathulini MPCC, Mthwalume, 4186 TEL: 039 972 0005 FAX: 039 972 0099 EMAIL: umzumbe@umzumbe.gov.za WEB: www.umzumbe.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Umzumbe Local Municipality is a Category B municipality located along the coastal strip of the Indian Ocean between uMthwalume and Mfazazana. It is one of four municipalities in the district, making up a quarter of its geographical area. Umzumbe Municipality is highly active in the areas of tourism, heritage and agricultural produce. The dramatic scenery of the municipality includes picturesque mountains, winding rivers and well-cultivated forests, offering sound ecotourism. Umzumbe Municipality boasts numerous development opportunities, available to people of Umzumbe and to outside investors. The municipality has placed tourism at the top of the agenda. There are currently two tourism sites that are open to the public, namely the Ntelezi Msani Memorial Project and Isivivane sikaShaka Tourism Site. The seashore offers a wealth of opportunities for people interested in, among others, fishing, leisure, and water sports. Area: 1 221km2 Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture and tourism

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 151 676 No Schooling: 10.7% Households: 28 132

Population Growth: -0.26% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 31.8% Formal Dwellings: 44.5%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 30, IFP 6, APC 1, DA 1, EFF 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr S R Ngcobo Other Members of Council: S R Ngcobo (Mayor, Finance and Exco), M P L Zungu (Deputy Mayor and Infrastructure), M Shozi (Speaker), J P Mntambo (Municipal Public Accounts Committee), M Z Luthuli (LED and Planning), P Zamisa (Social and Community Services),

N Y Mweshe (Corporate), M S Mdletshe (Youth Committee), Inkosi R S Shinga (Traditional Leadership), Inkosi B S Cele (Traditional Leadership), Inkosi N W Mbhele (Traditional Leadership), Inkosi C S Gumede, Inkosi Z E Ngcobo (Traditional Leadership), Inkosi Z R Qwabe (Traditional Leadership), Inkosi B Radebe (Traditional Leadership) Municipal Manager: Ms Nokuthula Mgijima Chief Financial Officer: Mr Kush Audan Communications Officer: Mr Trevor Khanyile LED Officer: Mr Mfanafuthi Ngwabe Other Senior Management: Mr Bongani Nyuswa (Director: Corporate Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited Clean audit Clean audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

191 578 137 028 54 550 72 509

219 289 141 363 77 926 73 838

192 455 115 652 76 803 75 543

189 845 54 242 484 238

150 635 25 727 429 019

122 473 23 458 351 092

293 665 459 678 n/a

86 265 122 840 1 643

93 957 110 413 16

2015/16

2014/15

112 6 22 3 50 116

118 25 24 2 45 129

2015/16

2014/15

19 733 4 000

19 079 4 000

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Total Customer Entities Served Electricity Households - Free Basic Service

UMGUNGUNDLOVU DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC22) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 3235, Pietermaritzburg, 3200 PHYSICAL: 242 Langalibalele Street, Pietermaritzburg TEL: 033 897 6700 FAX: 033 342 5502 EMAIL: info@umdm.gov.za WEB: www.umdm.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The uMgungundlovu District Municipality is a Category C municipality located in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands.

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

The district is comprised of the following seven local municipalities, which are based in the accompanying towns: Impendle – Impendle, Mkhambathini – Camperdown, Mpofana – Mooi River, Msunduzi – Pietermaritzburg, Richmond – Richmond, uMngeni – Howick, and uMshwathi – New Hanover/Wartburg. The main city of the area is Pietermaritzburg, which is both the capital city and the legislative capital of KwaZulu-Natal. uMgungundlovu is a water services authority and also a water service provider that continually strives to maintain its Blue Drop and Green Drop Status.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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The district offers distinguished education facilities and is a retirement mecca for senior citizens. It also offers excellent sporting, commercial and health facilities. It is an important industrial, timber, dairy and agricultural hub that has a modern, sophisticated infrastructure with easy access to airports, the N3 arterial, and railway stations. Area: 9 602km2 Main Economic Sectors: Community services (25-30%), finance (15-20%), manufacturing (10-15%), agriculture, forestry and fishing (10-15%), wholesale and retail trade (10-15%), transport and storage (10%)

MPOFANA Mooi River Rosetta

New Hanover

UMNGENI

UMSHWATHI

Howick

IMPENDLE

Dalton

Mpolweni

Nottingham Road

Pietermaritzburg Edendale

MSUNDUZI

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Camperdown

Population: 1 095 865 No Schooling: 5.9% Households: 298 463

MKHAMBATHINI

Population Growth: 1.90% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 49.7% Formal Dwellings: 76.6%

RICHMOND

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 13, DA 3, EFF 1, IFP 1 (40% PR Seats) Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mrs Thobekile Maphumulo Other Members of Council: T R Zungu (Deputy Mayor), E M Dladla

SERVICE DELIVERY* Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

Sewerage

(Speaker), D A Ndlela (Chief Whip) Municipal Manager: Dr Ray Ngcobo Chief Financial Officer: Mrs Sinegugu Ncube Dlamini Communications Officer: Ms Mbali Mwandla (Manager) LED Officer: Mr Sipho Ntuli (Manager) Other Senior Management: Mr E B Mbambo (Executive Manager: Technical Services), Mr R M J Baloyi (Executive Manager: Community Services), Ms G H Bhengu (Executive Manager: Corporate Services)

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

Total Employment Positions

726

713

Vacant Positions

271

283

Managerial Positions

59

59

Vacant Managerial Positions

26

27

192 265

186 988

2015/16

2014/15

40 699

40 699

<200m from Yard

16 225

15 515

>200m from Yard

8 956

8 956

Households - Free Basic Service

3 097

1 453

Inside Yard

Water

2016/17

2014/15

10 469

10 469

7 581

7 581

53 504

52 797

3 097

1 453

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited Clean audit Clean audit

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2014/15

SERVICE DELIVERY*

Ventilated Pit Latrine Households - Free Basic Service

2015/16

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

2015/16

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

819 722

877 468

755 133 637 476

Total Expenditure

777 253

674 497

Surplus/(Deficit)

42 470

202 970

117 657

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

299 133

426 664

210 443

Total Current Assets

441 799

557 997

451 216

Total Current Liabilities

190 271

277 310

265 252

1 312 157

1 269 687

1 066 717

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

9 264

230 519

133 343

(94 043)

178 511

162 494

n/a

115

2 850

UIFW EXPENDITURE

IMPENDLE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN224) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X512, Impendle, 3227 PHYSICAL: 21 Mafahleni Street, Impendle TEL: 033 996 6000 FAX: 033 996 0852 WEB: www.impendle.gov.za

Impendle Mountain, while density decreases sharply towards the west, with a ribbon of small villages running along the Lotheni River. Area: 1 610km2 Cities/Towns: Impendle Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, tourism, social services

OVERVIEW

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Description: The Impendle Local Municipality is a Category B

Population: 29 526 No Schooling: 7.6% Households: 7 011

municipality located within the uMgungundlovu District in KwaZuluNatal. It is one of seven municipalities in the district. It is situated outside the primary and secondary movement systems of the district, and is some distance away from the major tourist and trade routes, although two important roads mark its borders. The road linking Pietermaritzburg and Underberg that serves as an important access route to the Southern Drakensberg, a popular tourist destination, runs along Impendle’s southern boundary. The link road between Mooi River and Underberg, which is an alternative tourist route, travels along the municipality’s northwestern boundary. The Impendle area is extremely diverse in its topography, climate and soil, and has a rich and complex natural environment. Its location at the foot of the Drakensberg makes Impendle a highland area and an important source of water within the KwaZulu-Natal Province. It is in the catchment area of the Mkhomazi River in the south and the Mngeni River in the north-east. High-density settlements occur around Impendle Town, in villages such as Gomane, KwaNovuka, Similobha and Kamensi. A second layer of relatively dense settlements occurs on the eastern side of the

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Population Growth: -0.65% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 30.4% Formal Dwellings: 58.2%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 6, IFP 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Sizwe Ndlela Other Members of Council: Sizwe Ndlela (Mayor and Speaker) Municipal Manager: Mr Obadia Vusi Kunene (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Zama Soji (Acting) EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

2015/16

2014/15

86

188

5

4

21 854

18 315

2015/16

2014/15

Total Customer Entities Served

3 157

2 571

Households - Free Basic Service

3 157

2 302

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

AUDIT OUTCOME

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15 6 080

FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets

7 284

9 073

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Current Liabilities

3 080

4 755

4 545

Total Revenue

64 765

73 112

57 053

Community Wealth/Equity

124 256

117 723

103 693

Total Expenditure

63 028

61 632

52 718

1 737

11 480

4 335

10 308

18 385

22 520

11 459

16 937

24 515

2 400

4 099

4 644

n/a

47

1 037

Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

MKHAMBATHINI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN226) CONTACT DETAILS

Other Members of Council: Ms L Z Lembethe (Deputy Mayor),

POSTAL: Private Bag X04, Camperdown, 3720 PHYSICAL: 18 Old Main Road, Camperdown TEL: 031 785 9300 FAX: 031 785 2121 WEB: www.mkhambathini.gov.za

Mr T A Gwala (Whip), Mr N W Ntombela (Whip), Mr R N Lembethe (LED), Mrs R Mdluli (Exco Member) Municipal Manager: Mrs T C Ndlela Chief Financial Officer: Mr M Chandulal LED Officer: Mrs P L Ngcobo (LED and Tourism Officer) Other Senior Management: Ms G H Bhengu (Strategic Manager: Community Services)

OVERVIEW Description: The Mkhambathini Local Municipality is a Category B municipality located along the south-eastern boundary of the uMgungundlovu District in KwaZulu-Natal. It is the second-smallest municipality of seven in the district. It consists of seven wards, with a large part of the municipality being rural in nature and underdeveloped. Mkhambathini has several comparative advantages. It is well located in relation to Durban and Pietermaritzburg and adjoins Cato Ridge, a potential industrial node. The N3, which is identified in the Spatial Growth and Development Strategy as a Provincial Corridor, runs east-west through the central part of the municipal area. Significant portions of the municipality fall within the Valley of a Thousand Hills (with Table Mountain a major landmark), an area with high potential for ecotourism, and in the Midlands Mist Belt, which has a well-established agricultural economy. Mkhambathini is an isiZulu word derived from eMkhambathini, which means ‘the place of acacia trees’. Area: 868km2 Cities/Towns: Camperdown Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, tourism

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

R’000

R’000

R’000

103 808

95 472

83 360

Total Expenditure

84 292

60 808

58 056

Surplus/(Deficit)

19 516

34 665

25 303

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

18 697

18 261

21 866

Total Current Assets

20 410

46 821

24 939

7 800

11 839

12 749

143 246

144 429

109 765

Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

24 421

41 559

30 035

Cash at Year End

22 159

37 260

14 614

n/a

4 407

4 322

UIFW EXPENDITURE

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

2014/15

Population: 57 075 No Schooling: 12.8% Households: 15 460

Total Employment Positions

113

101

Vacant Positions

25

13

Managerial Positions

5

5

Vacant Managerial Positions

2

2

26 214

25 904

2015/16

2014/15

9 408

8 752

0

310

Population Growth: 0.87% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 38.3% Formal Dwellings: 62.4%

KWAZULU-NATAL

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

Composition of Council: ANC 9, IFP 3, DA 1, EFF 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Eric Ngcongo

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

MPOFANA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN223) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 47, Mooi River, 3300 PHYSICAL: 10 Claughton Terrace, Mooi River TEL: 033 263 1221 FAX: 033 263 1127 WEB: www.mpofana.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Mpofana Local Municipality is a Category B municipality located approximately 40km west of Pietermaritzburg. It is bounded by three municipalities: uMngeni in the south, uMshwathi in the east, and Impendle in the west. It is one of seven municipalities in the district. The municipality benefits from its strategic position as it has easy access to rail, KZN provincial roads and the N3 National Road. Almost 50% of the land in Mpofana has the potential for rural farming, with products set for the international market. Mooi River is a small town that germinated from a small farm and then, later, became the

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

principal node of the Mpofana Municipality when a railway line linking Durban with Johannesburg, as well as the Drakensberg Mountains, was established in order to cater for the needs of the farmers in the area. This suggests that Mpofana has great potential for development through tourism. Area: 1 757km2 Cities/Towns: Mooi River Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, tourism

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 37 391 No Schooling: 8.0% Households: 10 927

Population Growth: 1.56% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 41.5% Formal Dwellings: 83.7%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 7, DA 1, IFP 1 Controlling Party: ANC

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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Mayor: Xolani Magnificent Duma Other Members of Council: Majola, Mthalane, Mkhize, Khumalo, Ismail,

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Disclaimer

Qualified audit

R’000

Ndlovu, Ndaba, Sibisi

AUDIT OUTCOME

Municipal Manager: Mr Max Moyo Chief Financial Officer: Mr Pitso Molefe Other Senior Management: Mrs Mchunu (Director: Economic and

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

150 119

135 385

116 314

Community Development), Mr Zamisa (Director: Technical Services)

Total Expenditure

152 178

142 539

115 889

Surplus/(Deficit)

(2 058)

(7 154)

425

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

25 880

16 295

9 830

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

2015/16

2014/15

136

160

Vacant Positions

25

41

Total Current Assets

38 881

43 361

44 168

Managerial Positions

10

9

Total Current Liabilities

57 190

61 865

42 422

Community Wealth/Equity

70 843

74 199

72 264

18 886

19 828

15 163

6 667

4 935

12 175

n/a

32 047

16 195

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

2

0

33 657

30 486

2015/16

2014/15

6 612

6 612

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity Total Customer Entities Served

Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

MSUNDUZI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN225) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X321, Pietermaritzburg, 3200 PHYSICAL: Cnr Church & Chief Albert Luthuli Streets, Pietermaritzburg TEL: 033 392 3000 FAX: 033 392 2397 WEB: www.msunduzi.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Msunduzi Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the uMgungundlovu District in KwaZuluNatal. It is the smallest of the seven municipalities in the district. It encompasses the city of Pietermaritzburg, which is the capital of the province and the main economic hub of the district. Msunduzi Municipality is situated on the N3 highway at the junction of an industrial corridor (from Durban to Pietermaritzburg) and an agro-industrial corridor (stretching from Pietermaritzburg to Estcourt). On a regional scale, it is located at the cross-section of the N3 Corridor and the Greytown Road Corridor to the north, a tourist route to Drakensberg, and Kokstad Road to the south. The city of Pietermaritzburg is a provincial and national centre of educational excellence. It is the seat of the University of KwaZulu-Natal and is home to several other institutions of higher learning. In addition, Pietermaritzburg is home to a host of private and government-owned institutions of primary and secondary education. Pietermaritzburg is the ‘City of Choice’ because it is only 45 minutes by road from Durban (Africa’s busiest port), one hour away by road to the new King Shaka Airport, one hour by air from Pietermaritzburg Airport to OR Tambo International Airport (Johannesburg), and 90 minutes from the central Drakensberg resorts. It is also home to great international events such as the Comrades Marathon, the Duzi Marathon and the Midmar Mile. Area: 751km2 Cities/Towns: Ashburton, Pietermaritzburg Main Economic Sectors: Community services (29%), finance (24%), transport (13%), trade (12%), manufacturing (12%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 679 039 No Schooling: 4.3% Households: 180 469

Population Growth: 2.00% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 55.0% Formal Dwellings: 80.0%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Tholakele Dlamini, Nokuthula Msimang, Sibongiseni Majola, Thinasonke Ntombela, Naleni Naidoo Municipal Manager: Mr Sizwe Hadebe (Acting City Manager) Chief Financial Officer: Mrs Neliswe Ngcobo Communications Officer: Ms Thobeka Mafumbatha LED Officer: Dr Ray Ngcobo Other Senior Management: Boniwe Zulu (General Municipal Manager: Community Services), Brenden Sivparsad (Acting General Municipal Manager: Infrastructure Services), Mosa Molapo (General Municipal Manager: Corporate Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

ALJAMA 1

Portfolio Chair), Thobani Zuma (Deputy Mayor and Infrastructure Services Portfolio Chair), Jabulisile Ngubo (Speaker), Truman V Magubane (Chief Whip), Eunice Majola (Sustainable Development and City Enterprise), Philisile Sithole (Community Services), Mary Schalkwyk (Municipal Public Accounts), Sphamandla Khumalo,

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Unaudited

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2015/16

2014/15

Qualified Clean audit audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

4 785 721

4 311 939

4 198 219

Total Expenditure

4 951 246

4 259 634

4 150 228

Surplus/(Deficit)

(165 525)

52 305

47 991

648 114

482 969

528 636

Total Current Assets

1 818 303

2 205 287

1 984 966

Total Current Liabilities

1 035 266

1 045 425

915 372

Community Wealth/Equity

7 266 125

7 420 016

7 421 286

Operating Cash Flow

375 714

564 585

496 932

Cash at Year End

677 947

977 843

834 133

n/a

217 981

1 144

2015/16

2014/15

Total Employment Positions

5 204

4 944

Vacant Positions

2 765

163

70

88

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions

5

6

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

984 246

867 189

SERVICE DELIVERY*

2015/16

2014/15

139 632

138 991

<200m from Yard

9 468

9 348

>200m from Yard

6 396

6 396

Households - Free Basic Service

5 280

5 086

149 923

149 676

Inside Yard

Water

Composition of Council: ANC 52, DA 15, IFP 5, EFF 3, ACDP 1, AIC 1, Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Themba Njilo Other Members of Council: Themba Njilo (Mayor and Financial

2016/17

Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

Sewerage

Ventilated Pit Latrine

2 800

2 368

79 008

78 973

8 515

8 515

59 415

58 715

Other

5 489

5 489

Households - Free Basic Service

5 052

2 009

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X1028, Richmond, 3780 PHYSICAL: 57 Shepstone Street, Richmond TEL: 033 212 2155 FAX: 033 212 2102 EMAIL: bhengus@richmond.gov.za WEB: www.richmond.gov.za

Municipal Manager: Mrs A B Mnikathi Chief Financial Officer: Sanjay Mewalall Communications Officer: Sibonelo Bhengu LED Officer: Ms Sinegugu Ngubane (Acting) Other Senior Management: Mr Sikhombiso Mthembu (Strategic Manager: Corporate Services), Mr Bigboy Mhlongo (Strategic Manager: Community Services), Mr Siza Mkhize (Strategic Manager: Technical Services)

OVERVIEW Description: The Richmond Local Municipality is a Category B municipality found within the uMgungundlovu District in the KwaZulu-Natal Province. It is located along the southern boundary of the uMgungundlovu District Municipality, approximately 38km south of Pietermaritzburg (the capital of KwaZulu-Natal) along the R56. It is one of the seven municipalities that make up the district. The municipality has been classified as a place of great natural beauty with significant tourist attractions and immense aspirations to be the preferred destination to live, work and visit. Area: 1 231km2 Cities/Towns: Richmond Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture (45-50%), community services (25-30%), trade (5-10%), finance (5-10%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 71 322 No Schooling: 12.8% Households: 17 570

Population Growth: 1.92% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 33.7% Formal Dwellings: 69.3%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 11, DA 2, EFF 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Sibusiso Mchunu Other Members of Council: Mrs Khonziwe E Mkhize (Deputy Mayor), Mr Siminenkosi B Ndlovu (Speaker), Ms Ntombizonke P Phoswa (Chief Whip), Mr Thembokwakhe G Madondo (Exco), Mr Msawakhe J Jili (Chairperson: MPAC), Mr Shakes L Shange, Mr Bonginkosi B Ngcongo, Mr Bonginkosi R Shange, Mr Vincent Maphumulo, Mr Sibongiseni Ngcobo, Ms Nomfundo W Mjwara, Mr Sibusiso J Mchunu (LED), Ms Badumile Mbanjwa, Mr Sicelo T Ngubo

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

127 320

123 164

97 037

Total Expenditure

109 026

86 837

70 196

Surplus/(Deficit)

18 294

36 327

26 842

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

40 155

33 034

26 959

Total Current Assets

80 747

74 847

54 294

Total Current Liabilities

23 060

22 015

19 006

375 947

209 006

172 682

Community Wealth/Equity

KWAZULU-NATAL

RICHMOND LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN227)

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

24 595

33 758

28 159

Cash at Year End

32 099

47 736

47 063

n/a

3 892

282

2015/16

2014/15

156

161

Vacant Positions

29

12

Managerial Positions

12

11

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

1

1

37 765

31 453

2015/16

2014/15

13 550

13 550

1 337

1 402

UMNGENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN222) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 5, Howick, 3290 PHYSICAL: Cnr Dicks & Somme Streets, Howick TEL: 033 239 9284 FAX: 033 330 4183 WEB: www.umngeni.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The uMngeni Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the uMgungundlovu District in the KwaZulu-Natal Province. It is one of the seven municipalities that make up the district. It comprises the former Transitional Local Council areas of Howick and Hilton, the Worlds View area, and a substantial amount of farm land. The municipal area has its offices in Howick. A series of spectacular waterfalls surround the area, which is about 29km north-west of Pietermaritzburg. At the centre of this system, nestling on the banks of the uMngeni River in the heart of the Natal Midlands, is the beautiful town of Howick and its pride, the 94m-high Howick Falls. Area: 1 520km2 Cities/Towns: Hilton, Howick Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture (36.9%), wholesale/retail (24.6%), business / real estate (15.3%), manufacturing (9.7%)

Mayor: R S Sokhela Other Members of Council: N Buthelezi (Deputy Mayor), Ms T G Dlamini (Speaker)

Municipal Manager: Mr Sandile Buthelezi (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr S Gwala Communications Officer: Mbali Mwandla LED Officer: Sfiso Ngcobo Other Senior Management: Eric Svensson (General Manager: Technical Services), Steve Simpson (General Manager: Planning and Development), B Mpanza (General Manager: Community Services), Sandile Buthelezi (General Manager: Corporate Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

414 135

317 882

326 042 299 494

382 057

340 404

Surplus/(Deficit)

Total Expenditure

32 078

(22 522)

26 548

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

40 079

19 010

54 996

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Total Current Assets

63 795

105 459

94 615

Population: 109 867 No Schooling: 4.1% Households: 37 943

Total Current Liabilities

29 446

42 922

48 778

Community Wealth/Equity

775 456

756 225

767 060 64 837

Population Growth: 3.58% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 52.4% Formal Dwellings: 86.7%

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

16 815

13 488

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Cash at Year End

14 031

6 796

8 103

Composition of Council: ANC 13, DA 10 Controlling Party: ANC

UIFW EXPENDITURE

n/a

41 203

95 062

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

2014/15

504

457

Vacant Positions

55

107

Managerial Positions

30

32

KWAZULU-NATAL

Total Employment Positions

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

0

2

94 673

89 517

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

2015/16

2014/15

28 965

28 965

5 703

6 637

UMSHWATHI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN221) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X29, Wartburg, 3233 PHYSICAL: Main Street, New Hanover TEL: 033 816 6800 FAX: 033 502 0286 EMAIL: info@umshwathi.gov.za WEB: www.umshwathi.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The uMshwathi Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the uMgungundlovu District, immediately adjacent to Pietermaritzburg, in the KwaZulu-Natal Province. It is the largest municipality of seven in the district. The municipality is located in an area that was largely under the control of tribal authorities until very recently. However, in the remaining portion there are towns built by German immigrants some 150 years ago. In the 1850s, 13 cotton planter families from Osnabruck unter Bergthell left Germany and settled in the area. They were followed by missionaries and other colonists, mostly from Hanover, who also settled in the region, founded New Hanover and Wartburg, and brought with them not only the Lutheran faith but the German language and culture. Wartburg itself is named after the castle in Eisenach, where Dr Martin Luther translated the bible into German. The village crest also depicts the immigrants’ arrival by sailing ship, the Luther Rose, and the call to ‘pray and work’. The land is mostly agricultural, although urban development is to be found in the main towns. The communities living in the underdeveloped areas have extremely limited access to basic physical and social requirements and very few economic opportunities. The present authority structures are, as yet, unable to provide for the improvement of basic living conditions urgently required by the rural inhabitants. Area: 1 866km2 Cities/Towns: Cool Air, Dalton, New Hanover, Wartburg Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, manufacturing, tourism

N P Mdunge (Speaker), N E Cebekhulu (Exco Member and Chairperson: Infrastructure and Planning Services Portfolio Committee), S M MbathaNtuli (Exco Member and Chairperson: Community Services Portfolio Committee), E B Mbongwe (Chairperson: MPAC), P M Dladla, B E Nzama, G H Ngcobo, W M Mngadi, N W Gasa, C S Dube, L P Zondi, S J Luthuli, N R Khanyile, M Z Mbewana, N A Thusi, S G Jila, T C Dlame, N T Ngubane, M N Shezi, R Govender, M M De Vries, M P Majozi, B K Mkhize, M P Dumakude, A T Ndlovu Municipal Manager: Mr N M Mabaso Chief Financial Officer: Mr R M Mani Communications Officer: Mr S Mkhithi LED Officer: Mr H B Zondi Other Senior Management: Mr K Perumal (General Manager: Corporate Services), Mr P Hariparsad (General Manager: Technical Services), Mr B T Zondi (General Manager: Community Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17 Unaudited

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Population: 111 645 No Schooling: 10.2% Households: 29 082

Population Growth: 1.10% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 34.3% Formal Dwellings: 56.3%

Financially Financially unqualified unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

165 698

178 249

155 029

Total Expenditure

136 869

124 145

104 119

Surplus/(Deficit)

28 829

54 104

50 910

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

40 729

43 855

37 039

Total Current Assets

37 517

81 721

66 715

Total Current Liabilities

7 250

11 273

11 742

255 068

262 014

207 911

40 511

49 729

39 960

3 817

637

528

n/a

1 052

2 939

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

2014/15

Total Employment Positions

349

389

Vacant Positions

144

194

24

27

Managerial Positions

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Vacant Managerial Positions

Composition of Council: ANC 20, IFP 4, DA 2, EFF 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Siphindile Sibongile Mbhele Other Members of Council: M P Dlamini (Deputy Mayor, Exco

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

Member and Chairperson: Corporate Services Portfolio Committee),

2014/15

Total Revenue

UIFW EXPENDITURE

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

2015/16

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

3

6

62 115

53 803

2015/16

2014/15

13 585

13 585

1 625

1 850

UMKHANYAKUDE DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC27) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 449, Mkuze, 3965 PHYSICAL: Harlingen No.13433, Mkuze TEL: 035 573 8600 FAX: 035 573 1094 EMAIL: mdlamini@ukdm.gov.za WEB: www.ukdm.gov.za

The name reflects both the uniqueness of its people and their hospitality, as well as the biodiversity and conservation history that the region is very proud of. The Isimangaliso Wetland Park, formerly Greater St Lucia Wetland Park, encompasses the entire coastline. Area: 13 855km2 Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, trade, tourism

OVERVIEW Description: The uMkhanyakude District Municipality is a Category C

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

municipality located along the coast in the far north of the KwaZuluNatal Province. It shares its borders with Swaziland and Mozambique, as well as with the districts of Zululand and King Cetshwayo. It is the second-largest district in the province, and consists of the following four local municipalities: uMhlabuyalingana, Jozini, Big 5 Hlabisa and Mtubatuba. uMkhanyakude refers to the Acacia Xanthophloea fever tree and means ‘that shows light from afar’.

Population: 689 090 No Schooling: 17.8% Households: 151 245

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Population Growth: 2.19% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 37.5% Formal Dwellings: 70.1%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 7, IFP 6 (40% PR Seats) Mayor: T S Mkhombo *Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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Other Members of Council: F C Hlabisa (Deputy Mayor), M S Msane

KWAZULU-NATAL

(Speaker), Maniza Ngcobo, M Zungu, T Moodley

Municipal Manager: Mr Bukhosini Chief Financial Officer: Mr Njabulo Dludla Communications Officer: Mr Mduduzi Dlamini (Head: Communications) LED Officer: Mr Makhoba (Acting General Manager: Planning and

Ingwavuma

Economic Development Services) Other Senior Management: Mr Ngonyama (Acting General Manager: Corporate Services), Mr Bheki Shezi (General Manager: Technical Services), Mr Sipho NV Mkhwanazi (General Manager: Community Services)

UMHLABUYALINGANA

JOZINI Jozini

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Adverse audit

Disclaimer

R’000

R’000

R’000

663 546 379 104 284 442 284 442

593 007 446 584 146 423 231 364

451 678 413 147 38 531 51 648

102 321 66 048 1 670 458

301 794 287 328 1 663 918

282 247 268 903 1 517 540

275 639 22 318 n/a

250 918 32 523 312 495

51 196 13 805 255 546

2015/16

2014/15

472 51 30 4 139 237

405 8 30 0 131 192

Mbazwana Mkuze

BIG 5 HLABISA

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY*

Water

Inside Yard <200m from Yard >200m from Yard Households - Free Basic Service

2015/16

2014/15

44 856 26 828 10 206 23 932

44 856 26 019 10 206 23 932

MTUBATUBA St Lucia Mtubatuba River View

SERVICE DELIVERY*

2015/16

2014/15

3 052

3 052

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

7 774

7 774

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

4 133

4 133

73 034

68 515

8 888

8 888

Electricity Total Customer Entities Served

Sewerage

Ventilated Pit Latrine Other

BIG 5 HLABISA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN276) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 387, Hlabisa, 3937 PHYSICAL: Lot 808, Off Masson Street, Hlabisa TEL: 035 838 8500 FAX: 035 838 1015 EMAIL: executive@big5hlabisa.gov.za

OVERVIEW

Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, services, transport, wholesale, finance, manufacturing, tourism

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 116 622 No Schooling: 14.7% Households: 25 255

Population Growth: 1.93% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 38.3% Formal Dwellings: 70.2%

Description: The Big 5 Hlabisa Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the uMkhanyakude District in northern KwaZulu-Natal. It is one of four municipalities in the district, making up a quarter of its geographical area. It was established by the amalgamation of The Big 5 False Bay and Hlabisa Local Municipalities in August 2016. Easily accessible off the N2 National Route, it incorporates part of the iSimangaliso Wetland Park (previously known as the Greater St Lucia Wetlands Park) and is the starting point of the MR4 (LSDI Corridor), which links Hluhluwe to Mozambique. The town of Hluhluwe, which contains major shopping and light servicing facilities, as well as the municipal offices, services the municipality. A large proportion of the land is used for agriculture and game lodge activities and is sparsely settled. The north-eastern parts of the municipality are occupied by fairly densely settled rural traditional communities (Makhasa, Mnqobokasi and Nibela). A major drawcard is the tourism industry centred on the HluhluweuMfolozi Game Reserve, located 280km north of Durban and the oldest proclaimed park in Africa. It consists of 960km2 of hilly topography in central Zululand, KwaZulu-Natal, and is known for its rich wildlife and conservation efforts. The park is the only state-run park in KwaZulu-Natal where all the Big Five game occur. Due to conservation efforts, the park now has the largest population of white rhino in the world. Area: 3 466km2 Cities/Towns: Hlabisa, Hluhluwe

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: IFP 13, ANC 11, DA 1 Controlling Party: IFP Mayor: V F Hlabisa Other Members of Council: H T Nkosi (Deputy Mayor), C T Khumalo (Speaker), G R Mchunu, S F Mdaka, T N Ngema

Municipal Manager: Dr V J Mthembu Chief Financial Officer: Mr K W G Thusi Communications Officer: Mr X E Bukhosini LED Officer: Mr N J Nxumalo (Officer) Other Senior Management: Mr L M Mthombeni (Corporate Services), Mr L M V Cele (Technical, Planning and Infrastructure), Mr M B Shange (Community Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

2016/17 Unaudited

R’000 165 065

Total Expenditure

6 349

Surplus/(Deficit)

158 716

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE

27 050

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

FINANCIAL POSITION

KWAZULU-NATAL

Total Current Assets

24 123

Total Current Liabilities

8 000

Community Wealth/Equity

312 799

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

Note: Big 5 Hlabisa Local Municipality was established by the amalgamation of The Big 5 False Bay Local Municipality and Hlabisa Local Municipality on 3 August 2016. Financial, Employment and Service Delivery information for the new municipality is only available from the 2016/17 financial year. View historical information for The Big 5 False Bay Local Municipality and Hlabisa Local Municipality at municipalities.co.za.

24 211

Cash at Year End

1 017

UIFW EXPENDITURE

n/a

JOZINI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN272) CONTACT DETAILS

Other Members of Council: S Z Mathenjwa (Deputy Mayor),

POSTAL: Private Bag X28, Jozini, 3969 PHYSICAL: Circle Street, Bottom Town, Jozini TEL: 035 572 1292 FAX: 035 572 1266 WEB: www.jozini.org.za

Municipal Manager: Mr J F K Khumalo Chief Financial Officer: Mr V I Gumede

Lindiwe Gumbi (Speaker)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

OVERVIEW Description: The Jozini Local Municipality is a Category B municipality located within the uMkhanyakude District in northern KwaZulu-Natal, and borders Swaziland and Mozambique. It is one of four municipalities in the district, making up a quarter of its geographical area. Significant portions of Jozini have been neglected in terms of economic development. There is a great disparity between the level of service and infrastructure provision between settlement nodes such as the towns of Mkuze and Jozini, and the surrounding rural areas. Most of the rural area is associated with a lack of development, poverty and poor service provision. The Lebombo Mountains and Makhatini Flats provide a diverse and beautiful terrain rich in local resources, including water features and fossil sites. Both Ndumu and Mkuzi Game Reserves can be found straddling the borders of the Jozini Municipality. Area: 3 442km2 Cities/Towns: Ingwavuma, Jozini, Mkuze Main Economic Sectors: Tourism, agriculture, industry, manufacturing, wholesale and retail, services, financial

AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Unaudited unqualified

Qualified audit

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

R’000

R’000

R’000

243 098

241 817

181 643

Total Expenditure

192 147

181 364

136 989

Surplus/(Deficit)

50 951

60 453

44 655

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

78 988

48 404

39 631

106 034

125 085

72 978

32 735

39 074

32 299

337 434

322 248

258 610

Operating Cash Flow

33 395

101 210

52 989

Cash at Year End

28 300

74 627

22 508

n/a

70 678

58 561

Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE

2015/16

2014/15

Total Employment Positions

827

655

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Vacant Positions

207

45

Population: 198 215 No Schooling: 22.4% Households: 44 584

Managerial Positions

28

20

Population Growth: 1.38% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 33.6% Formal Dwellings: 65.5%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 19, IFP 18, DA 1, EFF 1, INDEPENDENT 1 Controlling Party: IFP Minority Government Mayor: Delani Mabika

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

12

5

60 669

52 625

2015/16

2014/15

12 670

11 676

926

0

MTUBATUBA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN275) CONTACT DETAILS

Area: 1 970km2 Cities/Towns: Mtubatuba, St Lucia Main Economic Sectors: Community services (26%), agriculture (15%),

POSTAL: PO Box 52, Mtubatuba, 3935 PHYSICAL: Lot 105, Inkosi Mtubatuba Road, Mtubatuba TEL: 035 550 0069 FAX: 035 550 0060 EMAIL: info@mtubatuba.org.za WEB: www.mtubatuba.org.za

wholesale and retail (13%)

OVERVIEW

Population: 202 176 No Schooling: 11.6% Households: 41 792

Description: The Mtubatuba Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated in the south-eastern corner of the uMkhanyakude District along the northern coastal belt of KwaZulu-Natal. Mtubatuba is located roughly 200km north of Durban and 55km north of the Richards Bay/Empangeni metropole along the N2 National Route. It is one of four municipalities in the district. Mtubatuba has developed from a railway siding into a strong sub regional commercial, service, transport and administrative centre for the entire north-eastern Zululand region. There has been substantial commercial growth in Mtubatuba, lending it the status of being an economic hub of northern KwaZulu-Natal. The town is ideally located as a base from which to explore the rich culture of the Zulu Nation, the province’s worldrenowned game reserves, and the iSimangaliso Wetland Park.

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Population Growth: 3.23% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 43.7% Formal Dwellings: 75.2%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 18, IFP 18, DA 2, AIC 1, EFF 1 Controlling Party: IFP Minority Government Mayor: M S Gumede Other Members of Council: Dr Nkosinathi Mlambo (Deputy Mayor), M Davies (Speaker), Qhina Mkhwanazi

Municipal Manager: Mrs N H M Dladla (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Z Soji Communications Officer: Mr Mduduzi Mahlinza Other Senior Management: Ningi Dladla (General Manager: Corporate Services), Sandile Cele (General Manager: Planning and Technical Services)

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

232 383

204 083

161 855

Total Expenditure

175 548

177 497

112 137

Surplus/(Deficit)

56 835

26 587

49 718

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

55 523

48 956

31 915

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

107 270

Total Current Liabilities

49 897

182

Managerial Positions

20

11

19

15

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY*

9

3

52 312

48 780

2015/16

2014/15

23 387

23 061

35 212

14 724

25 162

21 658

471 970

363 714

359 988

Operating Cash Flow

72 927

53 495

46 258

Cash at Year End

34 304

16 161

13 844

n/a

56 828

16 623

Community Wealth/Equity

2014/15

235

Vacant Positions

Electricity Total Customer Entities Served

Total Current Assets

2015/16

Total Employment Positions

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE

KWAZULU-NATAL

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

UMHLABUYALINGANA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN271) CONTACT DETAILS

Other Members of Council: Fikile G Mlambo (Deputy Mayor),

POSTAL: Private Bag X901, KwaNgwanase, 3973 PHYSICAL: R22 Main Road, 01 Manguzi, Manguzi TEL: 035 592 0680 FAX: 035 592 0672 WEB: www.umhlabuyalingana.gov.za

Municipal Manager: Mr Sibusiso Bukhosini Chief Financial Officer: Mr N P Myeni

B T Tembe (Speaker)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

OVERVIEW Description: The uMhlabuyalingana Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the uMkhanyakude District in the KwaZuluNatal Province. The major structuring elements of the municipality are the Pongola River along the western boundary, the road from Sikhamelele to Manguzi (east-west linkage), and the recently completed road (MR22) from Hluhluwe. It is the largest municipality of four in the district, making up a third of its geographical area. The municipality is extremely rural, with informal settlements at Mbazwana and Manguzi. The area is influenced by the influx of people who migrate from Swaziland and Mozambique. Area: 4 977km2 Cities/Towns: Mbazwana Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, mining, manufacturing, services

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 172 077 No Schooling: 21.9% Households: 39 614

Population Growth: 2.12% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 33.8% Formal Dwellings: 70.0%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 22, IFP 10, AIC 1, DA 1, EFF 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: N Mthethwa

AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited Clean audit Clean audit

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

R’000

R’000

R’000

219 098 194 029 25 070 42 905

213 900 184 400 29 500 77 894

171 654 131 522 40 132 50 976

36 610 38 249 301 348

74 092 19 288 296 594

86 290 9 705 267 094

45 373 18 261 n/a

62 264 62 188 11 286

57 680 77 654 2 529

2015/16

2014/15

213 15 17 1 46 986

209 17 15 1 40 238

2015/16

2014/15

1 093

1 053

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity Total Customer Entities Served

UMZINYATHI DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC24) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 1965, Dundee, 3000 PHYSICAL: 39 Victoria Street, Princess Magogo Building, Dundee TEL: 034 219 1500 FAX: 034 218 1940 EMAIL: rc3@umzinyathi.gov.za WEB: www.umzinyathi.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The uMzinyathi District Municipality is a Category C municipality located in the north and central areas of the KwaZuluNatal Province. The municipality is bordered in the north by Amajuba Municipality, in the south-east by iLembe Municipality, in the south-west by uMgungundlovu Municipality, in the east by King Cetshwayo Municipality, and in the west by uThukela Municipality. The district consists of four local municipalities: Endumeni, Nquthu, Msinga and Umvoti. The district lies between the main N3 Corridor between Durban and Gauteng and the Coastal Corridor, running along the east coast.

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

The more developed urban areas include Dundee and Greytown, which can be viewed as a strong regional centre with substantial commercial and agricultural activity. The seat of uMzinyathi is Dundee. Area: 8 652km2 Main Economic Sectors: Community, social and personal services (27.4%), agriculture, hunting, forestry and fishing (22.6%), wholesale and retail trade (15.9%), manufacturing (14.8%), financial, insurance, real estate and business services (7.3%), electricity and construction (6.3%), transport, storage and communication (3.5%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 554 882 No Schooling: 21.1% Households: 126 791

Population Growth: 1.74% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 33.3% Formal Dwellings: 47.0%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: IFP 6, ANC 5 (40% PR Seats) Controlling Party: IFP

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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Mayor: Mr Petros Mthandeni Ngubane Other Members of Council: Ms Ntombikayise Mdlalose (Deputy Mayor),

KWAZULU-NATAL

Felinkosi Joshua Sikhakhane (Speaker)

Municipal Manager: Velaphi Kubeka (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Sphephelo Mkhize (Acting) Communications Officer: Ms Nomonde Nzimakwe LED Officer: Ms Nompumelelo Duma Other Senior Management: Nkululeko Ndlovu (Acting Executive

Dundee

ENDUMENI

Glencoe

Manager: Corporate Services), Edward Bonga (Executive Manager: Planning and Economic Development), Sibusiso Mkhwanazi (Acting Executive Manager: Community Services), Sindi Zondi (Acting Manager: Support Services), V Kubheka (Chief of Staff)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2016/17 Unaudited

2015/16

R’000

R’000

R’000

779 719

575 937

Total Expenditure

425 933

542 580

465 260

Surplus/(Deficit)

239 224

198 931

135 687

277 153

304 194

139 449

Total Current Assets Community Wealth/Equity

MSINGA

Qualified Financially audit unqualified

699 050

Total Current Liabilities

Pomeroy

2014/15

Total Revenue

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

NQUTHU

Kranskop

UMVOTI

173 314

144 919

123 819

104 736

106 149

148 648

2 191 877

1 956 351

1 757 420

281 070

329 364

186 816

68 851

60 935

57 974

n/a

237 116

179 663

Greytown

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

2014/15

Total Employment Positions

514

461

Vacant Positions

107

95

30

29

Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

5

3

116 805

100 576

SERVICE DELIVERY* Water Sewerage

2015/16

2014/15

Inside Yard

13 341

13 341

Households - Free Basic Service

31 158

1 755

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

11 375

11 375

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank Households - Free Basic Service

1 118

1 118

1 755

1 755

ENDUMENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN241) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X2024, Dundee, 3000 PHYSICAL: 64 Victoria Street, Dundee TEL: 034 212 2121 FAX: 034 212 3856 EMAIL: registry@endumeni.gov.za, mm@endumeni.gov.za WEB: www.endumeni.gov.za

manufacturing (7.39%), business services (4.93%), construction (4.5%), transport (4.48%), mining (1.47%), utilities (1.03%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 76 639 No Schooling: 4.4% Households: 21 134

Population Growth: 3.79% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 52.2% Formal Dwellings: 78.5%

OVERVIEW Description: The Endumeni Local Municipality is a Category B

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

municipality situated within the uMzinyathi District in the KwaZulu-Natal Province. It is located 290km north of Durban and 360km south-east of Johannesburg, with well-established road, rail and air infrastructure making the Endumeni region the geographic centre of northern KwaZulu-Natal. It is the smallest of four municipalities in the district. Dundee is the service centre for the abundant northern Natal, a town of learning and also the geographical and administrative heart of northern Natal. At the base of the Endumeni Mountain, the highest peak in the Biggarsberg range of mountains is Wasbank, a small town that time appears to have passed by. Dundee and Glencoe have well-established and serviced areas for light-to-medium industry. Their towns have a good, consistent supply of water, with six dams and a pipeline from the uMzinyathi/Buffalo River feeding the area. Regional offices of a number of state and provincial departments have been established here and Endumeni schools are renowned for their high standard of education. A large, well-equipped provincial hospital caters for the whole district. With its variety of service facilities, infrastructure, and a stable labour supply, Endumeni offers every opportunity for the businessman, industrialist and investor, as well as the tourist. The Endumeni region offers ideal opportunities for entrepreneurs requiring a distribution depot. Area: 1 610km2 Cities/Towns: Dundee, Glencoe Main Economic Sectors: Social services (2.16%), trade (13.64%), private household/domestic workers (13.49%), farming (9.57%),

Composition of Council: ANC 6, IFP 4, DA 2, EFF 1 Controlling Party: IFP Minority Government Mayor: Mr Siboniso Richard Mbatha Other Members of Council: W N Mbatha-Makhathini (Speaker),

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Thulane Mahaye (Exco Member), Dr Issa Bedassi (Exco Member), H Xaba, L Khumalo, K Carlese, T P Mlotshwa, A Raubenheimer, Makaaba, S Zwane, S B Mdluli, N Khanyile Municipal Manager: Mr Boxer Lungelo Mpontshane (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Bongani Mdletshe (Acting) Communications Officer: Mr P G Mabiisa LED Officer: Mr Thulani Ndlovu Other Senior Management: Mr Lwazi Cindi (Executive Manager: Technical Services), Mr Boxer Lungelo Mpontshane (Executive Manager: Planning and Economic Development Services), Mr P G Mabilisa (Acting Executive Manager: Corporate Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Unaudited Clean audit unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

296 269

285 639

247 436

Total Expenditure

269 531

254 212

204 653

Surplus/(Deficit)

26 738

31 426

42 784

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE

31 233

36 734

28 870

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

FINANCIAL POSITION

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

Total Current Assets

2015/16

2014/15

356

387

74 153

90 017

79 366

Vacant Positions

31

44

Total Current Liabilities

43 983

51 419

48 329

Managerial Positions

28

24

Community Wealth/Equity

281 278

268 222

236 714

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

18 509

48 096

49 214

Cash at Year End

53 374

68 334

57 903

n/a

223

125

UIFW EXPENDITURE

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

8

8

83 252

70 444

2015/16

2014/15

10 408

9 727

1 837

1 432

MSINGA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN244) CONTACT DETAILS

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

POSTAL: Private Bag X530, Tugela Ferry, 3010 PHYSICAL: R33 Main Road, Tugela Ferry TEL: 033 493 0761 FAX: 033 493 0766 EMAIL: registry@msinga.org WEB: www.msinga.org

Composition of Council: IFP 24, ANC 12 Controlling Party: IFP Mayor: Ms B P Ngcobo Other Members of Council: S G Masimula (Deputy Mayor),

KWAZULU-NATAL

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

T L Kunene (Speaker)

Municipal Manager: Mr F B Sithole Chief Financial Officer: Mr J F Pansegrouw

OVERVIEW Description: The Msinga Local Municipality is a Category B municipality in the south-western part of the uMzinyathi District in KwaZulu-Natal. It is one of four municipalities in the district, making up almost a third of its geographical area. The nature of the topography is such that Msinga is largely located in deep gorges of the Tugela and Buffalo Rivers. This effectively isolates the area from the immediate surrounding municipal areas. Msinga is accessible via the R33, linking it with Dundee, Ladysmith, Pietermaritzburg, Kranskop and Weenen. It is a largely rural area, with 70% of its area being traditional authority land held in trust by the Ingonyama Trust. The remaining 30% of land is commercial farmland, all of which is located to the north of Pomeroy. Due to the rural nature of the municipality, approximately 99% of the population lives in traditional areas. The population dynamics result in a growing rural area and a declining urban area in Msinga, contrary to most other areas in the country. This can be attributed to the fact that the urban areas of Msinga are very small and are unable to provide the normal range of goods and services provided in urban areas. As a result, the population utilises the neighbouring areas of Emnambithi and Umvoti for urban services. The strong traditional culture, particularly prevalent in Msinga, is a valuable asset that must be preserved and valued. These traditional areas provide support mechanisms for the communities, as well as living custodians of the culture. Area: 2 375km2 Cities/Towns: Pomeroy Main Economic Sectors: Community services (64.6%), trade (14%), construction (8.4%), transport (5%), agriculture (3.7%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 184 494 No Schooling: 36.6% Households: 38 372

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

2016/17 Unaudited

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Clean audit unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

222 339

227 961

156 508

217 127

169 696

132 420

5 212

58 265

24 088

37 800

90 857

45 818 84 076

Total Current Assets

58 545

56 400

Total Current Liabilities

181 826

13 307

23 347

Community Wealth/Equity

58 545

279 261

220 515

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

12 736

62 577

30 272

Cash at Year End

53 134

40 989

69 269

n/a

44 957

16 676

2015/16

2014/15

176

357

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

7

19

29

19

7

2

41 486

32 328

2015/16

2014/15

Total Customer Entities Served

17 872

17 331

Households - Free Basic Service

3 946

17 331

Population Growth: 1.97% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 24.1% Formal Dwellings: 25.9%

NQUTHU LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN242) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X5521, Nquthu, 3135 PHYSICAL: 83 Mdlalose Street, Nquthu TEL: 034 271 6100 FAX: 034 271 6111 WEB: www.nquthu.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Nquthu Local Municipality is a Category B municipality in the uMzinyathi District of KwaZulu-Natal. It is located along the northeastern boundary of the district. It is one of four municipalities in the district, making up a quarter of its geographical area. Isandlwana, the site of the historic Anglo-Zulu War battle that took place on 22 January 1879, is a well-known tourist destination worldwide.

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Nquthu Town is a small but stable urban area that has established itself as the primary commercial, administrative and service centre for the municipality as a whole. The town is an old ‘Japie Uys’ town established in terms of Proclamation 67 of 1983. Nquthu is an isiZulu name meaning ‘the back of the head’. The municipality is predominantly rural in nature, with expansive rural settlements being one of the major features. It is mainly accessed through the R68 linking Ulundi to Newcastle/Dundee. Other important roads through the municipality are the R33, passing through the northern areas, passing east of Nondweni before linking Vryheid with the R68. Area: 1 962km2 Cities/Towns: Nquthu Main Economic Sectors: Sheep and wool, agriculture, SMMEs

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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KWAZULU-NATAL

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 171 325 No Schooling: 15.5% Households: 32 622

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Population Growth: 0.81% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 30.9% Formal Dwellings: 55.4%

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: IFP 19, ANC 11, NFP 1, DA 1, EFF 1 Controlling Party: IFP Mayor: S M Kunene Other Members of Council: N M Zungu (Deputy Mayor),

R’000

R’000

R’000

222 099

258 335

173 580 135 370

101 901

124 520

120 198

133 816

38 210

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

65 676

n/a

69 208

198 468

162 672

140 750

5 045

17 401

37 742

559 346

439 113

305 021

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

2014/15

Total Expenditure

Total Current Liabilities

Community), Mr Msizi Gcabashe (Technical Services)

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

Financially Unaudited Clean audit unqualified

Surplus/(Deficit)

Total Current Assets

M E Mnguni (Speaker)

Municipal Manager: Mr Bonginkosi Gumbi Chief Financial Officer: Mr W Mpanza LED Officer: Mr Mpume Jiyane Other Senior Management: Mr Xolani Mbatha (Corporate and

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

213 44 22 6 48 235

190 26 24 6 40 500

12 817

107 628

66 749

131 240

118 751

114 553

n/a

478

2 304

2015/16

2014/15

26 364

26 119

3 753

4 107

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

UMVOTI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN245) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 71, Greytown, 3250 PHYSICAL: 41 Bell Street, Greytown TEL: 033 413 9100 FAX: 033 417 1393 EMAIL: records@umvoti.gov.za WEB: www.umvoti.gov.za

Municipal Manager: Ms T N S Ngiba (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Siphephile S Mhlongo (Acting) LED Officer: Msawenkosi Malinga Other Senior Management: Ms N V Khumalo (Director: Planning and Economic Services), N Qwabe (Acting Director: Technical Services), M R Khoza (Acting Director: Community Services), M F Maphanga (Acting Director: Corporate Services)

OVERVIEW Description: The Umvoti Local Municipality is a Category B municipality located along the eastern border of the uMzinyathi District in the KwaZulu-Natal province. It is about 65km from Dundee and approximately 70km from Pietermaritzburg. It is the largest municipality of four in the district, making up a third of its geographical area. Umvoti comprises five traditional authority areas, all of which are located beyond a 40km radius from Greytown, which is the main centre within the municipal area. The central part of the area is generally covered with high-potential commercial farmland and is characterised by low population density. It is well-served by provincial and regional roads, given its location at the intersection of the roads to Pietermaritzburg, the coast, the Drakensberg and the Battlefields Route. Area: 2 705km2 Cities/Towns: Greytown, Kranskop Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, community services

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure

Population: 122 423 No Schooling: 19.8% Households: 34 664

Population Growth: 1.48% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 34.8% Formal Dwellings: 43.2%

2014/15

Financially Financially unqualified unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

284 175

313 288

233 209

239 646

232 222

185 560

44 529

81 066

47 649

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

43 887

57 706

47 355

Total Current Assets

74 148

212 354

136 482

14 101

76 241

57 666

459 749

587 415

501 494

61 298

37 569

28 502

1 706

43 877

39 476

n/a

198 956

15 372

2015/16

2014/15

433

286

Vacant Positions

56

76

Managerial Positions

18

18

Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Vacant Managerial Positions

Composition of Council: ANC 15, IFP 11, DA 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Thami C Ngubane Other Members of Council: Nomvula G Masikane (Deputy Mayor),

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

Wilson Khoza (Speaker), Lucia T Gwalla, Rajendraparsad Maharaj, Silam V Zondi

Unaudited

2015/16

Surplus/(Deficit)

UIFW EXPENDITURE

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

2016/17

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

8

9

85 902

61 643

2015/16

2014/15

4 035

3 495

1 971

410

UTHUKELA DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC23) CONTACT DETAILS

OVERVIEW

POSTAL: PO Box 116, Ladysmith, 3370 PHYSICAL: 36 Lyel Street / 33 Forbes Street, Ladysmith TEL: 036 638 5100 / 036 638 2400 FAX: 036 637 5608 / 036 635 5501 EMAIL: administration@uthukeladm.co.za WEB: www.uthukela.gov.za

Description: The uThukela District Municipality is a Category C

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

municipality and is located on the western boundary of the KwaZuluNatal Province. It is bordered by three other district municipalities: Amajuba, uMzinyathi and uMgungundlovu. It consists of three local municipalities: Okhahlamba, Alfred Duma and Inkosi Langalibalele.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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Van Reenen

ALFRED DUMA Ladysmith

Roosboom

OKHAHLAMBA

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 706 588 No Schooling: 10.0% Households: 161 788

KWAZULU-NATAL

The district derives its name from one of the major rivers in KwaZuluNatal, the uThukela River, which rises from the Drakensberg Mountains and supplies water to a large portion of KZN, as well as Gauteng. It is predominately rural and is characterised by poor socio-economic indicators such as low revenue base, poor infrastructure, limited access to services, and low economic base. Area: 11 134km2 Main Economic Sectors: Manufacturing (21%), wholesale and retail trade, catering and accommodation (17%), finance, insurance, real estate and business services (15%)

Colenso !

Bergville

Weenen

Population Growth: 1.27% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 39.9% Formal Dwellings: 69.8%

INKOSI LANGALIBALELE Estcourt

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 18, IFP 11, DA 2, EFF 1 (40% PR Seats) Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr A S Mazibuko Other Members of Council: A S Mazibuko (Mayor and Chairperson: Finance and Budget Portfolio Committee), N W Sibiya (Deputy Mayor and Chairperson: Planning, Local Economic Development, Disaster Management, Special Programmes, Communication, Public Participation and Operation Sukuma Sakhe Portfolio Committee), D C P Mazibuko (Speaker), T P Shabalala (Chairperson: Corporate Service and Performance Management System Portfolio Committee), M V Khumalo (Chairperson: Water, Sanitation, Technical Services and Health Services Portfolio Committee), S Z Khumalo (Chairperson: Municipal Public Accounts Committee) Municipal Manager: Mr Sifiso Kunene Chief Financial Officer: Mrs P H Z Kubheka Communications Officer: Mr Jabulani Mkhonza LED Officer: Mr Z Khuzwayo (General Manager: Social and Economic Services) Other Senior Management: Mr B S Hlomuka (General Manager: Corporate Services), Mr B H Khoza (General Manager: Municipal Health and Water Services Authority), Ms N A Ngwenya (Acting Manager: Office of the Mayor)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Financially unqualified

Qualified audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

828 424

757 226

772 217

Total Expenditure

757 976

682 812

567 581

Surplus/(Deficit)

70 448

74 414

204 637

240 907

178 804

312 678

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Total Current Assets

178 994

196 498

285 386

Total Current Liabilities

241 065

196 081

246 119

2 197 462

1 888 227

1 812 645

210 189

70 731

339 513

5 998

36 715

145 088

n/a

420 943

324 408

2015/16

2014/15

1 005

818

FINANCIAL POSITION

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions

6

0

30

19

6

0

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

Vacant Managerial Positions

205 028

158 362

SERVICE DELIVERY*

Water

2015/16

2014/15

Inside Yard

74 524

73 880

<200m from Yard

28 589

26 656

>200m from Yard

16 388

16 965

Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

Sewerage

Ventilated Pit Latrine Other Households - Free Basic Service

1 694

2 728

47 001

47 001

2 993

2 993

35 514

33 514

46 293

46 293

1 694

2 728

ALFRED DUMA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN238) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 29, Ladysmith, 3370 PHYSICAL: 221 Murchison Street, Lister Clarence Building, Ladysmith TEL: 036 637 2231 FAX: 036 631 1400 EMAIL: swmaphalala@alfredduma.gov.za WEB: www.alfredduma.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Alfred Duma Local Municipality is a Category B municipality in the uThukela District within the region of northern KwaZulu-Natal. It is one of three municipalities in the district, making up a third of its geographical area. It was established by the amalgamation of the Emnambithi/Ladysmith and Indaka Local Municipalities in August 2016. The municipality features the uThukela River and the Greater Drakensberg Mountain. It comprises a range of settlements, from urban to municipal service centres, agricultural landscapes, industrial and semirural residential settlements, and areas that are predominantly rural. In terms of the macro socio-economic context, the municipality is midway between the national primary nodes of Johannesburg and Durban. To the west of the municipality lies the Free State Province and to the

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

north the Mpumalanga Province. The presidential prioritised railway corridor, which links the areas of Durban and Johannesburg, runs through the municipality. In some parts of the municipality, the community access roads are in very bad condition; some only exist as tracks. The rural nature of those parts means that are has severe backlogs in infrastructure and are characterised by much poverty. Area: 3 764km2 Cities/Towns: Colenso, Ladysmith, Van Reenen Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, fishing and forestry; mining and quarrying; manufacturing; water; electricity; construction; wholesale and retail trade; tourism

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 356 274 No Schooling: 7.4% Households: 85 326

Population Growth: 1.08% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 41.6% Formal Dwellings: 70.6%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 46, IFP 16, DA 4, EFF 4, NADECO 1, NPA 1 Controlling Party: ANC

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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Mayor: Mr Vincent Madlala Other Members of Council: Thuli Hadebe (Deputy Mayor),

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

KWAZULU-NATAL

Themba Ngubane (Speaker), Themba Njapa (Chief Whip)

Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

Municipal Manager: Ms S S Ngiba Chief Financial Officer: Mr M Hloba Communications Officer: Mr S W Maphalala LED Officer: Mr B Xaba

495 319 227 959 1 735 202

CASH FLOWS

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

FINANCIAL POSITION

Unaudited

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

859 569 695 750 163 820 n/a

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE

Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

200 029 326 630 n/a

Note: Alfred Duma Local Municipality was established by the amalgamation of Emnambithi/Ladysmith Local Municipality and Indaka Local Municipality on 3 August 2016. Financial, Employment and Service Delivery information for the new municipality is only available from the 2016/17 financial year. View historical information for Emnambithi/Ladysmith Local Municipality and Indaka Local Municipality at municipalities.co.za.

INKOSI LANGALIBALELE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN237) CONTACT DETAILS

Other Members of Council: Bhekithemba Dlamini (Deputy Mayor),

POSTAL: PO Box 15, Estcourt, 3310 PHYSICAL: Civic Building, 1 Victoria Street, Estcourt, 3310 TEL: 036 353 0693/0681/0691 FAX: 036 353 6661 EMAIL: hadebem@mtshezi.co.za

Municipal Manager: Mr Patrick Sibusiso Mkhize Chief Financial Officer: Mr Sibusiso Patric Radebe Communications Officer: Ms Sphelele Zikalala (Communication

Mrs J M Mbhele (Speaker), Mr B P Mlotshwa

Manager)

OVERVIEW Description: The Inkosi Langalibalele Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the uThukela District in the KwaZulu-Natal Province. It is the smallest of the three municipalities in the district, but makes up a third of its geographical area. It was established by the amalgamation of the Imbabazane and uMtshezi Local Municipalities in August 2016. The majority of the municipality’s population is concentrated in urban and farming areas, but there are a few patches of high-density settlements within the informal areas. Escourt is the largest commercial centre in the Midlands. Weenen is a small agricultural town that is starting to emerge as a tourist destination. The N3 National Road traverses the municipality. Area: 3 399km2 Cities/Towns: Estcourt, Weenen Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, manufacturing, tourism, industry, services

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 215 182 No Schooling: 10.8% Households: 46 953

Population Growth: 2.10% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 40.7% Formal Dwellings: 75.3%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 25, IFP 17, ALJAMA 2, DA 2, EFF 1 Controlling Party: Hung Municipality Mayor: Mrs Jabulile Membrey Mbhele

LED Officer: Mr Khaya Ngoba (LED Manager) Other Senior Management: Mrs Z M Ndlela (Department: Community Service), Mr E H Dladla (Department: Planning)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

2016/17 Unaudited

R’000 548 417 504 282 44 135 57 747 212 645 88 556 909 332

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

90 146 44 023 n/a

Note: Inkosi Langalibalele Local Municipality was established by the amalgamation of Imbabazane Local Municipality and uMtshezi Local Municipality on 3 August 2016. Financial, Employment and Service Delivery information for the new municipality is only available from the 2016/17 financial year. View historical information for Imbabazane Local Municipality and uMtshezi Local Municipality at municipalities.co.za.

OKHAHLAMBA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN235) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 71, Bergville, 3350 PHYSICAL: 259 Kingsway Street, Bergville TEL: 036 448 8000 FAX: 036 448 1986 WEB: www.okhahlamba.org

OVERVIEW Description: The Okhahlamba Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated in the uThukela District of KwaZulu-Natal between Lesotho, the Free State, and the Alfred Duma and Inkosi Langalibalele Local Municipalities. It is the largest of three municipalities in the district, making up just over a third of its geographical area. Okhahlamba is made up of privately owned commercial farmland; smallholder settlements; the urban areas of Bergville, Winterton, Cathkin Park and Geluksberg; and three tribal authority areas. The ideally-situated agricultural and trading centre of Bergville, less than 50km from the towering Amphitheatre of Royal Natal, was laid

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

out by a retired sea captain in 1897. Two years later, at the onset of the Anglo-Boer War, British forces built a blockhouse in the settlement. The building is now a monument and museum within the grounds of the Bergville Courthouse. Bergville is a small town and is known as the gateway to the Northern Drakensberg. The area is relatively well linked through the network of existing provincial roads that run through the municipality. The municipality is largely reliant on Ladysmith for facilities such as shopping, medical services and education, among others. Large capital expenditure is needed to meet service backlogs in the area. The council manages a caravan park and holiday huts on the bank of the uThukela River. A playground and facilities for sports, including swimming, tennis, bowls, cricket, golf, rugby and badminton, are available. A modern community hall serves as a town hall. Area: 3 971km2 Cities/Towns: Bergville, Cathkin Park, Winterton

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 135 132 No Schooling: 16.1% Households: 29 510

Population Growth: 0.52% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 33.5% Formal Dwellings: 59.0%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 15, IFP 7, COPE 3, DA 2, AIC 1, EFF 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: M G Ndlangisa Other Members of Council: Thabile Ngozo (Deputy Mayor), S Zulu (Speaker) Municipal Manager: Mr Siza Sibande Chief Financial Officer: Mr S Ndabandaba Communications Officer: Suraya Asmal LED Officer: Hlengiwe Ndaba Other Senior Management: N Malinga (Director: Technical Services), T Mazibuko (Director: Social and Economic Development Services), G Mahlokoana (Director: Corporate Services)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

2016/17

AUDIT OUTCOME

2014/15

19 014

18 851

1 561

1 561

2014/15

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

208 411

209 196

171 174

Total Expenditure

177 481

158 517

140 642

Surplus/(Deficit)

30 930

50 679

30 532

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

62 495

72 883

45 370

Total Current Assets

57 534

69 568

67 262

Total Current Liabilities

45 080

41 264

31 201

297 932

266 781

217 626

56 292

72 329

50 391

31 376

41 431

45 227

n/a

187

3 840

2015/16

2014/15

247

281

Community Wealth/Equity

R’000

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

2015/16

2015/16

Unaudited Clean audit Clean audit

Vacant Positions

37

71

Managerial Positions

18

16

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

2

2

57 401

49 999

KWAZULU-NATAL

Main Economic Sectors: Manufacturing (29%), wholesale and retail trade (12%), finance, insurance, real estate, business services, tourism, agriculture

ZULULAND DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC26) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X76, Ulundi, 3838 PHYSICAL: 400 Ugagane Street, Ulundi TEL: 035 874 5500 FAX: 035 874 5531/5589 EMAIL: info@zululand.org.za WEB: www.zululand.org.za

Paulpietersburg

UPHONGOLO

EDUMBE Louwsburg

OVERVIEW Description: The Zululand District Municipality is a Category C municipality situated in the north-eastern part of KwaZulu-Natal. It is the biggest district in the province, making up 16% of its geographical area. It comprises five local municipalities: Ulundi, Nongoma, uPhongolo, eDumbe and AbaQulusi. Vryheid and Ulundi are two urban centres of note in the district, respectively serving as a regional service and a regional and provincial administrative centre. The town of Vryheid is a commercial and business hub, while Ulundi Town is mainly an administrative centre and also the headquarters of the Zululand District Municipality. It is primarily a rural district. About half the area falls under the jurisdiction of traditional authorities, while the remainder is privately owned commercial farms or protected areas. Area: 14 799km2 Main Economic Sectors: General government (22%), transport, storage and communication (16%), wholesale and retail trade, catering and accommodation (15%), finance, insurance, real estate and business services (11%), agriculture, forestry and fishing (10%), manufacturing (10%), community, social and business services (6%), mining and quarrying (5%), construction (3%), electricity, gas and water (2%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 892 310 No Schooling: 12.2% Households: 178 516

Population Growth: 2.38% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 39.9% Formal Dwellings: 62.1%

Emondlo

ULUNDI Ulundi !

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

R’000

2014/15 R’000

891 774

896 523

704 299 554 401

537 199

538 722

354 574

357 801

149 898

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

416 095

376 590

233 345

Total Current Assets

49 197

50 665

33 035

Total Current Liabilities

112 853

120 978

140 615

2 868 259

2 497 100

2 139 302

Operating Cash Flow

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

Unaudited

2015/16

R’000

Total Expenditure

UIFW EXPENDITURE

2015/16

2016/17

Surplus/(Deficit)

Cash at Year End

S E Nkwanyanya (Speaker) Municipal Manager: S B Nkosi Chief Financial Officer: S Msibi

2016/17

NONGOMA Nongoma

CASH FLOWS

Composition of Council: IFP 7, ANC 6, DA 2 (40% PR Seats) Other Members of Council: M M Kunene (Deputy Mayor),

AUDIT OUTCOME

ABAQULUSI

Community Wealth/Equity

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Vryheid

2014/15

Financially Clean audit unqualified

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

449 226

384 587

177 706

7 436

(33 432)

(45 481)

n/a

11 394

378

2015/16

2014/15

865

858

8

3

22

22

164 336

166 010

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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SERVICE DELIVERY*

KWAZULU-NATAL

Water

2015/16

2014/15

Inside Yard

78 898

77 691

<200m from Yard

46 438

45 948

Households - Free Basic Service

78 898

77 691

SERVICE DELIVERY* Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

Sewerage

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank Ventilated Pit Latrine Households - Free Basic Service

2015/16

2014/15

30 258

30 258

1 364

1 364

84 105

80 205

1 507

0

ABAQULUSI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN263) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 57, Vryheid, 3100 PHYSICAL: Cnr High & Mark Streets, Vryheid TEL: 034 982 2133 FAX: 034 980 9637 EMAIL: records@abaqulusi.gov.za WEB: www.abaqulusi.gov.za

OVERVIEW

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Description: The AbaQulusi Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Zululand District in the KwaZulu-Natal Province. It is the largest of the five municipalities in the district, making up a third of its geographical area. It is named after the AbaQulusi, a Zulu clan whose descendants live in the vicinity of Vryheid, Utrecht, eDumbe and eNgoje. They hail from different origins but were unified by their allegiance to local Zulu royal homesteads. Historically, they were not drafted into ordinary ‘amabutho’ regiments but rather into a royal section, and no ‘umnumzane’ chief presented them in the Zulu king’s council. Area: 4 314km2 Cities/Towns: Louwsburg, Vryheid Main Economic Sectors: Wholesale and retail trade (18-20%), manufacturing (14-16%), finance (14%), general government (12-14%), agriculture and forestry (12%), transport, storage and communication (10-12%), community and social services (4-6%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 243 795 No Schooling: 8.1% Households: 51 910

T D Ndlovu, T Z Nkosi (Exco Member), B Ntombela, K M Ntuli, M N Ntuli, Z H Nxumalo, Ally Rial, P P Selepe (Exco Member), S S Siyaya, C J Q Radebe, M P Williams, X J Zungu, L C Zwane Municipal Manager: Mr Bonga Ntanzi Communications Officer: Mr A M Ramodibe LED Officer: Mr Msizi Kunene

Population Growth: 2.89% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 40.2% Formal Dwellings: 72.7%

2016/17

2015/16

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure

R’000

R’000

R’000

455 642

488 961

466 466

476 101

576 449

544 531

(20 459)

(87 488)

(78 065)

41 306

n/a

55 316

Total Current Assets

106 572

111 949

136 287

Total Current Liabilities

136 635

91 274

85 858

1 496 626

1 393 322

1 469 437

Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

90 926

(18 454)

47 596

11 361

(38 009)

36 636

Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

n/a

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions

53 507

102 822

2015/16

2014/15

741

847

293

361

27

30

Vacant Managerial Positions

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 21, IFP 19, DA 3, EFF 1 Controlling Party: IFP Minority Government Mayor: Mr Jerry Sibiya Other Members of Council: M C Maphisa (Deputy Mayor and Exco Member), M B Khumalo (Speaker), I A De Koch, L Dube, J J Jones, T A Khumalo, M M Kunene, N A Kunene, M T Lushaba, M B Mabaso, D J Mahlase, Victor Magdalena, N B Manana, A M Masondo, T Z Mavundla, D P Mazibuko, M A Mazibuko, P N Mazibuko (Exco Member), A P Mbatha, C N Mbatha, N Y Mdlalose, N N Mdlalose (Exco Member), N S Mgidi, L R Mhlongo, M M Mhlungu, P M Mtshali, V C Mtshali, S N Ndlela,

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Water

<200m from Yard Households - Free Basic Service

Electricity Sewerage

Total Customer Entities Served

5

1

142 856

137 591

2015/16

2014/15

25 538

25 538

395

395

2 905

3 747

30 020

28 955

Households - Free Basic Service

2 600

2 500

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

17 353

17 353

Ventilated Pit Latrine Households - Free Basic Service

500

500

4 590

3 980

EDUMBE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN261) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X308, Paulpietersburg, 3180 PHYSICAL: 10 Hoog Street, Paulpietersburg TEL: 034 995 1650 FAX: 034 995 1192 EMAIL: records@edumbe.gov.za WEB: www.edumbe.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The eDumbe Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Zululand District in the north-western part of the KwaZulu-Natal Province. It borders with the Mpumalanga Province in the north. It is the smallest of the five municipalities that make up the district, accounting for 13% of its geographical area. The location of the head office is in Paulpietersburg, which is 50km north of Vryheid and 59km south of Mkhondo (previously Piet Retief). The municipal area of jurisdiction is demarcated into eight wards that are predominantly rural in nature. Area: 1 943km2 Cities/Towns: Paulpietersburg Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, forestry and fishing (22.42%),

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

wholesale and retail trade, catering and accomodation (15.38%), mining (14.76%), general government services (13.30%), finance and business services (9.93%), manufacturing (8.07%), community, social and personal services (7.39%), construction (6.44%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 89 614 No Schooling: 12.9% Households: 17 415

Population Growth: 2.00% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 31.7% Formal Dwellings: 72.7%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT eDumbe Local Municipality is currently under S139 provincial administration. Composition of Council: ANC 8, DA 5, IFP 3 Controlling Party: Hung Municipality Mayor: Mr S J Kunene Other Members of Council: N D Ndlangamandla (Deputy Mayor), Mrs S T Hlatshwayo (Speaker), N D Sibiya (Exco Member), H H Vilakazi (MPAC Chair), D F Sukazi, D D Maseko, M S Zulu, D Masondo, M S E Mbokazi, J B Mthethwa, Z P Mtetwa, N D Mngomezulu, R C Gevers, J Dvr Lourens, T C Shabalala

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Development), Mr S Cele (Director: Infrastructure Services)

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

2014/15

168 15 20 4 42 228

215 26 22 7 32 440

Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

104 064

136 121

93 822

Total Expenditure

106 293

125 746

98 582

Surplus/(Deficit)

(2 229)

10 375

(4 760)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

34 680

41 487

-

Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

R’000

5 179

11 163

5 420

40 874

34 781

24 692

264 028

239 940

184 140 18 417

CASH FLOWS SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

2015/16

2014/15

Total Customer Entities Served

9 972

9 904

Households - Free Basic Service

1 656

775

Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

16 669

28 936

(17 579)

719

1 465

n/a

41 708

48 065

KWAZULU-NATAL

Municipal Manager: Mr R P Mnguni Chief Financial Officer: Mr Sanele Mngwengwe Communications Officer: Ms Z T Mazibuko LED Officer: K S Mkhwanazi Other Senior Management: Mr S R Ntuli (Director: Planning and

NONGOMA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN265) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 84, Nongoma, 3950 PHYSICAL: Lot 103, Main Street, Nongoma TEL: 035 831 7500 FAX: 035 831 3152 EMAIL: registry@nongoma.org.za WEB: www.nongoma.org.za

OVERVIEW

Municipal Manager: Mrs V T Sokhela (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr M M Zugu (Acting) Communications Officer: Mr I S Ndlela LED Officer: Mr Sibusiso B Zulu Other Senior Management: Mr M E Sithole (Acting Director: Social Services), Mrs V T Sokhela (Director: Corporate Services), Miss P N Zulu (Acting Director: Planning and Development), Mr S T Buthelezi (Director: Technical Services)

Description: The Nongoma Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Zululand District in the north of the KwaZulu-Natal Province. Located in the east of the district, the municipality has two secondary corridors, which run from Ulundi to Pongola and from Hlabisa to Vryheid. It is bordered by uPhongolo in the north, Ulundi in the south, the uMkhanyakude District in the south and east, and Abaqulusi in the west. It is one of the five municipalities in the district and has three tribal authorities, namely Mandlakazi, Usuthu and Matheni. It is the most populated municipality in Zululand. Area: 2 182km2 Cities/Towns: Nongoma Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

202 402

161 799

Total Expenditure

150 942

140 063

116 168

Surplus/(Deficit)

47 732

62 339

45 631

50 116

52 438

36 683

38 279

33 293

31 927

16 610

16 508

17 315

350 418

304 821

262 247

46 505

40 908

51 921

6 607

6 546

15 678

n/a

16 486

12 165

2015/16

2014/15

242

263

1

27

18

17

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities

CASH FLOWS Cash at Year End

Operating Cash Flow

UIFW EXPENDITURE

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

Composition of Council: IFP 22, ANC 13, DA 5, EFF 2 Controlling Party: IFP Mayor: M A Mncwango Other Members of Council: Angel Nokubekezela Xulu (Deputy Mayor

Total Employment Positions

and Chairperson: Social Services Portfolio), Bhekinkosi Welcome Zulu (Speaker), A N Ndabandaba (Exco Member and Chairperson: Technical Services Portfolio), S A Hlongwane (Exco Member and Chairperson: Corporate Services Portfolio), R Z Buthelezi (Exco Member and Chairperson: Planning and Development), B J Ntshangase (Exco Member), N M Mthembu (Exco Member), N G Xaba (Exco Member)

Financially Financially unqualified unqualified

R’000

Population: 211 892 No Schooling: 14.8% Households: 36 409

2014/15

198 674

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population Growth: 1.90% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 39.8% Formal Dwellings: 35.7%

Unaudited

2015/16

Total Revenue

Community Wealth/Equity

2016/17

Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

1

3

80 163

60 842

2015/16

2014/15

Total Customer Entities Served

18 944

16 861

Households - Free Basic Service

2 380

0

ULUNDI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN266) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X17, Ulundi, 3838 PHYSICAL: BA 81, Prince Mangosuthu Street, Ulundi TEL: 035 874 5100 FAX: 035 870 1164 WEB: www.ulundi.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Ulundi Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated in the northern part of the KwaZulu-Natal Province within the Zululand District. It is one of the five municipalities in the district,

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

making up almost a quarter of its geographical area. Ulundi is the power hub of central Zululand. It is rich in cultural, historical and wildlife experiences. The Ulundi Museum is just a few minutes from the centre of town, and the R700 leads to the Ondini Cultural Reserve. In addition, the eMakhosini Ophathe Park lies only 10km out of town, and the Hluhluwe/Mfolozi Game Park is accessible through the new Cengeni Gate a mere 35km away. Area: 3 250km2 Cities/Towns: Ulundi Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, commercial, retail

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 205 762 No Schooling: 14.9% Households: 38 553

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Population Growth: 2.01% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 42.5% Formal Dwellings: 53.2%

Composition of Council: IFP 35, ANC 11, EFF 1 Controlling Party: IFP Mayor: W M Ntshangase Other Members of Council: T G Madela (Deputy Mayor), N J Manana (Speaker)

Municipal Manager: N G Zulu Chief Financial Officer: Mr J H Mhlongo

301

346

Vacant Positions

62

64

Managerial Positions

42

39

11

10

116 970

95 324

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

2014/15

R’000

R’000

R’000

358 879

281 146

Total Expenditure

331 541

355 379

308 605

Surplus/(Deficit)

61 027

3 500

(27 459)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

61 105

44 936

57 411

Total Current Assets

105 613

45 396

34 679

Total Current Liabilities

73 288

120 503

104 438

618 111

385 184

381 595

54 688

46 446

38 893

5 650

2 378

4 246

n/a

11 784

56 770

2015/16

2014/15

22 028

21 978

289

242

CASH FLOWS 2014/15

Vacant Managerial Positions

2015/16

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified 392 568

Community Wealth/Equity

2015/16

Total Employment Positions

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

UPHONGOLO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (KZN262) CONTACT DETAILS

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

POSTAL: PO Box 191, Pongola, 3170 PHYSICAL: 61 Martin Street, Pongola TEL: 034 413 1223 FAX: 034 413 1706 WEB: www.uphongoloonline.gov.za

Composition of Council: ANC 15, IFP 10, DA 2, EFF 1, INDEPENDENT 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms B Nhlabathi Other Members of Council: Ms B Mvelase (Deputy Mayor),

OVERVIEW

Municipal Manager: W M Nxumalo Chief Financial Officer: S F Mkhize

V G Masuku (Speaker)

Description: The uPhongolo Local Municipality is a Category B municipality located in the north of the Zululand District in KwaZuluNatal. It lies adjacent to the Swaziland Border and the Mpumalanga Province Border. It is one of five municipalities in the district. Main access to the municipality is via the N2 from Gauteng in the north-west and Durban in the south. The municipality provides regional access to a wide range of tourist activities outside its own boundaries. Main rivers in the municipality are the Mkuze River in the south and the Pongola River in the north, the latter feeding the Pongolapoort Dam located on the eastern boundary of the municipality. Together with the fragmented and sometimes dramatic topography of the area, the municipality contains, in overall terms, very low settlement densities, while on the other hand containing substantial recreational and tourism opportunities. The overall aim in terms of integrated development planning and land use management is to provide a secure environment for investment within the uPhongolo Municipality. The focus is on the investment in social and economic infrastructure and services, which will enable all the people of uPhongolo to make a contribution to the future sustainable development of the area. Area: 3 110km2 Cities/Towns: Pongola Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, tourism

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2016/17 Unaudited

R’000

R’000

R’000

260 507

245 281

205 967

Total Expenditure

209 066

183 370

154 423

51 441

61 911

51 545

85 996

60 268

56 104

Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

61 163

88 358

77 618

53 735

61 572

58 580

437 850

387 346

322 871

66 336

51 575

58 724

9 779

9 774

13 137

n/a

39 671

34 044

2015/16

2014/15

267

264

0

44

22

10

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Vacant Managerial Positions

Population: 141 247 No Schooling: 11.5% Households: 34 228

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

Population Growth: 3.04% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 40.9% Formal Dwellings: 78.9%

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

2014/15

Total Revenue

Managerial Positions

2015/16

Qualified Financially audit unqualified

0

2

73 654

53 267

2015/16

2014/15

Total Customer Entities Served

5 195

5 195

Households - Free Basic Service

1 993

2 100

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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LIMPOPO

KEY STATISTICS GEOGRAPHY LAND AREA 125 754km2 MUSINA

LAND PERCENTAGE 10.3%

THULAMELA BLOUBERG

MAKHADO

COLLINS CHABANE

PEOPLE GREATER GIYANI GREATER LETABA

MOLEMOLE LEPHALALE

GREATER TZANEEN

POLOKWANE

LEPELLE-NKUMPI

THABAZIMBI

5 799 090

MOGALAKWENA

MODIMOLLE-MOOKGOPHONG

BA-PHALABORWA

2 247 252

POPULATION

YOUTH (15-34 YEARS)

MARULENG

89,5

38,8

SEX RATIO (MALES/100 FEMALES)

YOUTH PROPORTION

19.1%

11.5%

EDUCATION

POVERTY HEADCOUNT

FETAKGOMO-GREATER TUBATSE MAKHUDUTHAMAGA

BELA-BELA

EPHRAIM MOGALE

CAPRICORN MOPANI

ELIAS MOTSOALEDI

SEKHUKHUNE VHEMBE WATERBERG

Limpopo, South Africa’s northernmost province, borders onto Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Botswana. It also borders the Mpumalanga, Gauteng and North West Provinces. Named after the Limpopo River, which flows along its northern border, it is a region of contrasts, from true Bushveld country to majestic mountains, primeval indigenous forests, unspoiled wilderness and patchworks of farmland. In the eastern region lies the northern half of the magnificent Kruger National Park. Limpopo ranks fifth in South Africa in both surface area and population, covering an area of 125 754km2 and being home to a population of 5 799 090. The capital is Polokwane (previously Pietersburg). Other major cities and towns include Bela-Bela (Warmbad), Lephalale (Ellisras), Makhado (Louis Trichardt), Musina (Messina), Thabazimbi and Tzaneen. Mining is the primary driver of economic activity. Limpopo is rich in mineral deposits, including platinum-group metals, iron ore, chromium, high and middle-grade coking coal, diamonds, antimony, phosphate and copper, as well as mineral reserves such as gold, emeralds, scheelite, magnetite, vermiculite, silicon and mica. The province is a typical developing area, exporting primary products and importing manufactured goods and services. The climatic conditions in the province allow for double harvesting seasons, which results in it being the largest producer of various crops in the agricultural market. Sunflowers, cotton, maize and peanuts are cultivated in the Bela-Bela—Modimolle area. Bananas, litchis, pineapples, mangoes and pawpaws, as well as a variety of nuts, are grown in the Tzaneen and Makhado areas. Extensive tea and coffee plantations create many employment opportunities in the Tzaneen area. The Bushveld is cattle country, where controlled hunting is often combined with ranching. Limpopo is divided into five district municipalities, which are further subdivided into 22 local municipalities.

(GRADE 12 – AGED 20+)

UNEMPLOYMENT*

19.1%

35.8%

OFFICIAL RATE

EXPANDED RATE

HOUSING HOUSEHOLD SIZE 3,8

HOUSEHOLDS 1 601 083 88.9%

5.1%

4.8%

FORMAL DWELLINGS

TRADITIONAL DWELLINGS

INFORMAL DWELLINGS

HOUSEHOLD SERVICES ACCESS TO PIPED WATER

64.7&

FLUSH/CHEMICAL TOILET

25.1%

CONNECTED TO ELECTRICITY

93.7%

Sources: Community Survey 2016 – Provinces at a glance, published by Stats SA. *Unemployment figures from Quarterly Labour Force Survey, Quarter 3, 2017, published by Stats SA.

LIMPOPO MUNICIPALITIES Capricorn District Blouberg Lepelle-Nkumpi Molemole Polokwane Mopani District Ba-Phalaborwa Greater Giyani

Intro-Limpopo.indd 1

138 138 139

Greater Letaba Greater Tzaneen Maruleng

143 144 144

139 140 141 142 142

Sekhukhune District Elias Motsoaledi Ephraim Mogale Fetakgomo–Greater Tubatse Makhuduthamaga

145

Vhembe District Collins Chabane Makhado Musina Thulamela

148

Waterberg District Bela-Bela Lephalale

150

148 149

Modimolle-Mookgophong Mogalakwena Thabazimbi

153 153 154

149 150

145 146 147 147

151 152

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CAPRICORN DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC35)

LIMPOPO

CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 4100, Polokwane, 0700 PHYSICAL: 41 Biccard Street, Polokwane TEL: 015 294 1000 FAX: 015 291 4297 WEB: www.cdm.org.za BLOUBERG

OVERVIEW Description: The Capricorn District Municipality is a Category C municipality situated in the Limpopo Province. The municipality is situated as a stopover between Gauteng and the northern areas of Limpopo, and between the north-western areas and the Kruger National Park. It forms a gateway to Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. It consists of the following four local municipalities: Blouberg, LepelleNkumpi, Molemole and Polokwane. It derives its name from the Tropic of Capricorn, along which it is situated. Limpopo’s capital, Polokwane (previously Pietersburg), lies in the heart of the Capricorn region. The district has an internal airport, and is linked to Gauteng by one of the best stretches of the N1 in South Africa. It has the third-largest district economy in the province, and is predominantly rural in nature. Area: 21 705km2 Main Economic Sectors: Community services (30.9%), finance (27.6%), trade (14%), transport (13.2%), manufacturing (4.3%), construction (3.3%), agriculture (3.1%), electricity (2.9%)

Ramokgopa Morebeng

MOLEMOLE

Polokwane

Makgwareng

POLOKWANE LEPELLE-NKUMPI Zebediela

Mphahlele Makurung

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 1 330 436 No Schooling: 12.4% Households: 378 301

Population Growth: 1.21% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 41.3% Formal Dwellings: 93.2%

AUDIT OUTCOME

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 14, EFF 6, DA 2 (40% PR Seats) Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr John Mpe Other Members of Council: Nakedi Lekganyane (Speaker),

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Calvin Masoga (Chief Whip), Mushaisane Boloka (Finance), Elizabeth Kgatla (Corporate Services), Monile Ntsoane (Sport, Arts and Culture), Jara Masubelele (Strategic Executive Management Services), Monica Mogale (Infrastructure), Betty Kgare (Community Services), Chuene Malebana (Development Planning and Environmental Management Services), Samson Selamolela (LED) Municipal Manager: Ms Thuso Nemugumoni (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Mariëtte Venter Communications Officer: Mr Jabu Masondo Other Senior Management: Ali Said (Manager: Infrastructure), Motlatso Manthata (Manager: Corporate Services), Mavis Matlala (Executive Management), Nokuthula Mazibuko (Manager: DPEMS), Isaac Motsuki (Manager: Community Services)

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17 Unaudited

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially unqualified unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

938 785

958 217

901 223

Total Expenditure

917 782

659 931

581 431

Surplus/(Deficit)

21 003

298 287

319 793

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

594 272

416 791

372 345

Total Current Assets

374 465

368 800

336 131

218 751

241 159

227 405

2 222 620

2 234 128

1 872 480

Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

379 248

385 531

319 259

241 013

205 554

238 328

n/a

67 534

56 423

2015/16

2014/15

SERVICE DELIVERY*

2015/16

2014/15

613

595

2

3

37

36

2

3

260 499

226 781

Water

Sewerage

Inside Yard

24 346

21 975

<200m from Yard

107 819

107 729

>200m from Yard

4 014

3 500

Households - Free Basic Service

35 509

36 422

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

10 000

10 000

Ventilated Pit Latrine

75 295

75 295

Households - Free Basic Service

35 509

16 133

BLOUBERG LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (LIM351) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 1593, Senwabaranwa, 0790 PHYSICAL: 2nd Building Mogwadi, Senwabaranwa Road, Senwabaranwa TEL: 015 505 7100 FAX: 015 505 0296 EMAIL: info@blouberg.gov.za WEB: www.blouberg.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Blouberg Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Capricorn District of the Limpopo Province, in the northern part of South Africa, bordering Zimbabwe and Botswana. It is the largest of four municipalities in the district, making up almost half of its geographical area. Blouberg is home to some of the most

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

spectacular rock climbing in South Africa. It is famous for its big-wall natural climbing, with route lengths up to 350m. The vegetation ranges from subtropical savanna at the base, to alpine near the summit. It takes its name from the Blouberg (blue mountains), a mountain range located to the west of the western end of the Soutpansberg Mountain Range, north-west of the town of Vivo. Blouberg is a hot area with annual rainfall varying between 380 and 550mm. Most rainfall is experienced during the summer months. Evapotranspiration during the rainy season is very high. The area is prone to frequent drought, which has an adverse effect on the local economy. The only perennial river is the Mogalakwena River, which feeds the Glen Alpine Dam, the only source of pipeline water in the area. Area: 9 540km2

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 172 601 No Schooling: 19.5% Households: 43 747

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Population Growth: -0.32% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 24.9% Formal Dwellings: 95.6%

Composition of Council: ANC 33, EFF 8, DA 2, COPE 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Maseka Solomon Pheedi Other Members of Council: Maria Thamaga (Speaker),

R’000 210 777

Total Expenditure

281 291

220 942

202 072

Surplus/(Deficit)

57 421

53 970

8 705

94 023

80 664

45 249

116 317

77 360

54 234

17 817

62 624

45 817

981 959

812 469

758 504

108 587

91 054

48 975

68 358

28 886

18 523

n/a

46 518

65 983

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Cash at Year End

Operating Cash Flow

UIFW EXPENDITURE 2014/15 232

8

45

37

32

Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

8

6

90 349

81 981

2015/16

2014/15

40 208

39 325

2 333

527

Qualified audit

R’000

Total Current Assets

231

Qualified audit 274 912

Total Current Liabilities

2015/16

Unaudited

R’000

Manare Martin Tshoshi (Chief Whip)

Total Employment Positions

2014/15

338 712

Municipal Manager: Mr Junias Mpheehe Machaba Chief Financial Officer: Ms Malesa Riba (Acting) EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

Total Revenue

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

2016/17

LIMPOPO

Cities/Towns: Alldays Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, mining, tourism

Note: Part of Aganang Local Municipality was merged into Blouberg Local Municipality on 3 August 2016. Financial, Employment and Service Delivery information prior to the 2016/17 financial year only includes figures for Blouberg Local Municipality. View historical information for Aganang Local Municipality at municipalities.co.za.

LEPELLE-NKUMPI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (LIM355) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X07, Chuenespoort, 0745 PHYSICAL: 170 BA Lebowakgomo, Chuenespoort TEL: 015 633 4500 FAX: 015 633 6896 WEB: www.lepelle-nkumpi.gov.za

Municipal Manager: Ms Lovey Modiba (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mrs Ngoveni Rosina Communications Officer: Ms M Maubane LED Officer: Mr Matee Setuma FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

OVERVIEW Description: The Lepelle-Nkumpi Local Municipality is a Category B

AUDIT OUTCOME

municipality situated within the Capricorn District in the Limpopo Province. The municipality is located 55km south of the district municipality and Polokwane (previously Pietersburg) City. The municipality is predominantly rural. It is divided into 29 wards, four of them being a township called Lebowakgomo and one of the Capricorn District’s growth points. All sittings of the Provincial Legislature take place at Lebowakgomo Old Parliament for the former homeland. Area: 3 484km2 Cities/Towns: Zebediela

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 235 380 No Schooling: 15.6% Households: 61 305

Population Growth: 0.40% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 34.7% Formal Dwellings: 89.3%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 40, EFF 15, DA 3, LEBCO 1, LNDP 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Nakedi Sibanda Other Members of Council: Ntsoane Phukuwe (Speaker), Thobejane Tswaledi (Chief Whip), Themane Moraka (Portfolio Head: Roads and Transport), Tsela David (Portfolio Head: Health and Social Development), Makgati Mabote (Portfolio Head: Community Services), Mogashoa Aaron (Portfolio Head: Corporate Services), Maluleka Dingaane (Portfolio Head: Sports, Arts and Culture)

Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Qualified audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

447 917 305 440 142 477 142 477

401 657 229 205 172 452 86 697

297 581 184 180 113 401 47 854

366 670 37 450 1 047 580

348 797 93 927 815 137

325 785 93 012 737 313

198 022 271 720 n/a

149 889 256 603 26 962

125 953 193 807 14 924

2015/16

2014/15

270 24 17 1 95 775

269 22 17 1 86 044

2015/16

2014/15

54 517 12 087

53 203 11 423

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Total Customer Entities Served Electricity Households - Free Basic Service

MOLEMOLE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (LIM353) CONTACT DETAILS

OVERVIEW

POSTAL: Private Bag X44, Mogwadi, 0715 PHYSICAL: 303 Church Street, Mogwadi TEL: 015 501 0243 FAX: 015 501 0419 EMAIL: info@molemole.gov.za WEB: www.molemole.gov.za

Description: The Molemole Local Municipality is a Category B

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

municipality situated within the Capricorn District in the Limpopo Province. It is bordered to the north by the Vhembe District, to the south by Polokwane, to the east by the Mopani District, and to the west by Blouberg.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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LIMPOPO

It is one of four municipalities in the district, making up 17% of its geographical area. One national road, the N1, crosses through the municipal area, linking Molemole with Zimbabwe to the north. The Provincial Road P94/1 (R521) passes through the municipality and links Molemole to Botswana on the western side. Area: 3 628km2 Cities/Towns: Dendron, Morebeng (Soekmekaar) Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 125 327 No Schooling: 20.2% Households: 34 133

Population Growth: -0.21% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 30.5% Formal Dwellings: 96.1%

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

R’000

R’000

R’000

226 832

175 391

153 701 140 248

Total Expenditure

155 915

163 117

Surplus/(Deficit)

70 917

12 275

13 453

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

70 727

14 101

14 096

124 602

66 477

61 728

14 873

22 111

17 128

364 818

175 231

172 963

Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Operating Cash Flow

114 468

18 739

18 991

Composition of Council: ANC 23, EFF 7, DA 2 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr M E Paya Other Members of Council: M P Moreroa (Speaker), E M Rathaha

Cash at Year End

79 338

63 637

31 335

n/a

10 157

6 962

2015/16

2014/15

(Chief Whip), N W Seakamela (Chairperson: Finance), M D Lehong (Chairperson: Technical Services), P M Tawana (Chairperson: Corporate Services), N F Rampyapedi (Chairperson: Community Services), M A Kobo (Chairperson: LEDP) Municipal Manager: Mr M W Ramogale (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr E K Moloko Communications Officer: Ms Morongwa Pholoba LED Officer: Mr F C M Makgoka Other Senior Management: M H Madibana (Corporate Services), D Masipa (Technical Services), M Moabelo (Community Services), N N Keetse (Senior Manager: LEDP)

Total Employment Positions

176

171

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Vacant Positions Managerial Positions

4

5

24

24

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

1

0

71 116

65 660

2015/16

2014/15

33 084

31 753

4 768

5 335

Note: Part of Aganang Local Municipality was merged into Molemole Local Municipality on 3 August 2016. Financial, Employment and Service Delivery information prior to the 2016/17 financial year only includes figures for Molemole Local Municipality. View historical information for Aganang Local Municipality at municipalities.co.za.

POLOKWANE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (LIM354) CONTACT DETAILS

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

POSTAL: PO Box 111, Polokwane, 0700 PHYSICAL: Cnr Landdros Mare & Bodenstein Streets, Polokwane TEL: 015 290 2000/1 FAX: 015 290 2218 WEB: www.polokwane.gov.za

Population: 797 127 No Schooling: 9.2% Households: 239 116

Population Growth: 2.04% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 47.5% Formal Dwellings: 93.4%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT OVERVIEW Description: The Polokwane Local Municipality is a Category B municipality located within the Capricorn District in the Limpopo Province. It is one of four municipalities in the district, making up just under a quarter of its geographical area. It is a city with more than a century of phenomenal growth and prosperity. Polokwane Municipality accounts for 3% of the total surface area of Limpopo, however, over 10% of the population of Limpopo resides within its boundaries. The municipality serves as the economic hub of Limpopo, and has the highest population density in the Capricorn District. It shares its name with the city of Polokwane (previously Pietersburg). In February 2002, the city was renamed Polokwane – a northern Sesotho word that means ‘place of safety’. The municipal spatial pattern reflects that of the historic apartheid city model, characterised by segregated settlement. At the centre of the area is the Polokwane economic hub, which comprises the central business district, industrial area, and a range of social services and well-established formal urban areas servicing the more affluent residents of Polokwane. Situated on the outskirts in several clusters are less formal settlement areas, which are experiencing enormous influx from rural urban migration trends. These areas are in dire need of upgraded services and infrastructure, both social and engineering, and are struggling to cope with the informal influx of more and more people who want access to an improved quality and standard of living. Area: 5 054km2 Cities/Towns: Polokwane Main Economic Sectors: Community services (32.1%), finance (21.5%), wholesale and retail trade (18.3%), transport (11.7%), manufacturing (4.8%), mining (4.2%)

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Composition of Council: ANC 50, EFF 27, DA 10, COPE 1, VF PLUS 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms T P Nkadimeng Other Members of Council: Mr Mariri Ralefatane (Speaker), M K Teffo (Chief Whip), R C Molepo (Chairperson: Finance and LED), Mr Haffis Shaik (Chairperson: Land Use Management and Spatial Planning Development), Ms Francina Kubyana (Roads, Transport and Storm Water), Ms Jennifer Malope (Chairperson: Waste and Environment), Ms Reinet Setati (Admin and Governance), Ms Eunice Maraba (Chairperson: Community Safety), Ms Josephine Maja (Chairperson: Sport and Special Focus), M S Mashabela (Chairperson: Energy), Mr Tshepo Nkwe (Chairperson: Housing), Mr William Kganyago (Chairperson: Technical Services) Municipal Manager: Mr Dikgape Makobe Chief Financial Officer: Mr Essa Nazim Communications Officer: Matshidiso Mothapo (Manager: Communication and Marketing) LED Officer: Ms Moipone Segoa Other Senior Management: Mr J Manyama (Human Resource Management), Mr S Bosman (Manager: Cultural Services), Ms M Segoa (Manager: Economic Development and Tourism), Mr K Mashiane (Manager: Supply Chain), Ms M Ramusetheli (Manager: Water and Sanitation), Mr J Makgata (Deputy Financial Officer), Ms J Mpe (Manager: Fleet Management), Ms M Mashego (Manager: City Planning and Property Management), Ms T Matsoku (Manager: Emergency Control Centre), Mr M Ramothwala (Manager: Traffic and Licenses), Ms M Khumalo (Manager: Industry Transition), Mr R Maleta (Manager: Legal Services), Mr Swanepoel (Manager: Community Health Services), Mr S Shokane (Manager: Revenue and Customer Care), Mr M P Mahlatji (Manager: Community Safety), Ms V J Tshikundamalema (Manager: Expenditure),

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

2015/16

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure

2015/16

2014/15

1 957

3 016

233

1 530

Managerial Positions

141

141

Vacant Managerial Positions

38

32

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

625 554

550 639

SERVICE DELIVERY*

Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions

Water

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

AUDIT OUTCOME

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

R’000

R’000

R’000

4 111 517

2 733 240

2 537 508

3 134 457

2 825 353

2 651 466

Electricity

2015/16

2014/15

Inside Yard

111 514

91 567

<200m from Yard

58 153

74 941

>200m from Yard

18 853

20 231

Households - Free Basic Service

13 400

22 130

Total Customer Entities Served

161 124

159 928

Households - Free Basic Service

28 400

22 130

78 019

68 554

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

Sewerage

3 912

3 912

Ventilated Pit Latrine

23 963

20 885

Surplus/(Deficit)

977 060

(92 113)

(113 958)

Other

95 260

92 815

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

846 043

588 456

609 048

Households - Free Basic Service

13 400

22 130

Total Current Assets

936 687

514 089

774 686

Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

727 116

584 920

724 637

13 634 211

8 900 235

8 978 677

736 635

237 732

455 248

98 038

86 225

324 925

n/a

561 486

818 213

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

LIMPOPO

Ms M Manthata (Manager: Secretariat), Mr P Ramothwala (Manager: Roads and Storm Water), Mr G Matlala (Manager: Budget and Reporting), Mr P Pienaar (Manager: Energy Services), Ms C Molokwane (Acting Manager: Sports and Recreation), Mr M Malatji (Manager: Municipal Manager), Mr K Choshi (Manager: Executive Mayor), Mr Makoti (Manager: Facility), Mr Mathepe (Manager: Audit), Ms R Maiwashe (Manager: Risk), Mr V Mthobeni (Manager: PMS), Mr M Ledwaba (Manager: Environment), Mr Tshikana (Manager: Waste), Mr R Selepe (Director: Corporate and Share Services), Mr N Ramakuela (Manager: Community Development), Mr N Sikhauli (Director: Engineering Services), Mr H Kholope (Director: Planning and Economic Development)

Note: Part of Aganang Local Municipality was merged into Polokwane Local Municipality on 3 August 2016. Financial, Employment and Service Delivery information prior to the 2016/17 financial year only includes figures for Polokwane Local Municipality. View historical information for Aganang Local Municipality at municipalities.co.za.

MOPANI DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC33) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X9687, Giyani, 0826 PHYSICAL: Government Building, Main Road, Giyani TEL: 015 811 6300 FAX: 015 812 4302 WEB: www.mopani.gov.za GREATER LETABA

OVERVIEW Description: The Mopani District Municipality is a Category C municipality located within the north-eastern quadrant of the Limpopo Province. It is bordered in the north by Zimbabwe and Vhembe District Municipality, in the south by the Mpumalanga Province through Ehlanzeni District Municipality, in the south-west by Sekhukhune District Municipality, in the east by Mozambique, and in the west by the Capricorn and Vhembe District Municipalities. The district consists of five local municipalities: Ba-Phalaborwa, Greater Giyani, Greater Letaba, Greater Tzaneen and Maruleng. The seat of Mopani is Giyani, and the district is part of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park. Area: 20 011km2 Main Economic Sectors: Mining (30.1%), community services (22.6%), trade (14.6%), finance (14.6%), transport (8.2%), agriculture (3.2%), electricity (2.8%), construction (2%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 1 159 185 No Schooling: 17.1% Households: 338 427

Giyani

Population Growth: 1.35% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 32.9% Formal Dwellings: 90.7%

Ga-Modjadji Modjadjiskloof

BA-PHALABORWA Tzaneen

Lulekani

GREATER TZANEEN

Namakgale

Phalaborwa

Ofcolaco

MARULENG Hoedspruit

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Total Expenditure

Composition of Council: ANC 16, EFF 3, DA 2 (40% PR Seats) Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Nkakareng Rakgoale (Executive Mayor) Other Members of Council: W D Sedibeng (Speaker),

Surplus/(Deficit)

Martha Maswangayi (Chief Whip) Municipal Manager: Mr Quiete Kgatla (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Quiete Kgatla Communications Officer: Mr Neil Shikwambana (Acting) LED Officer: Khutso Malatji Other Senior Management: M Z Mawasha (Director: Corporate Services), D D Shitlhangu (Director: Community Services), T R Ngoveni (Acting Director: Planning and Development), T Mabulana (Acting Director: Engineering Services), Thivhonali Ralulimi (Director: Water Services)

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

GREATER GIYANI

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Adverse audit

Disclaimer

R’000

R’000

R’000

206 628

1 267 500

853 417 812 596

790 375

1 085 278

(583 747)

182 222

40 822

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

524 458

271 175

373 432

Total Current Assets

680 729

990 871

778 511

Total Current Liabilities

542 451

1 300 435

997 279

95 818

4 329 183

4 241 940

Operating Cash Flow

48 422

266 675

111 065

Cash at Year End

56 277

109 344

114 327

n/a

39 910

9 326

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

2014/15

Total Employment Positions

776

759

Vacant Positions

122

0

Managerial Positions

40

35

LIMPOPO

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

9

0

309 525

265 423

SERVICE DELIVERY*

Water

Sewerage

Inside Yard <200m from Yard >200m from Yard Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Flush Toilet - Septic Tank Ventilated Pit Latrine Households - Free Basic Service

2015/16

2014/15

124 428 109 341 29 218 37 447 47 000 7 000 94 859 6 739

124 428 109 341 29 218 55 332 47 000 7 000 57 211 21 781

BA-PHALABORWA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (LIM334) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X01020, Phalaborwa, 1390 PHYSICAL: Civic Centre, Nelson Mandela Drive, Phalaborwa TEL: 015 780 6300 FAX: 015 781 0726 EMAIL: phalamun@ba-phalaborwa.gov.za WEB: www.ba-phalaborwa.gov.za

Municipal Manager: Ms M I Moakamela Chief Financial Officer: Mr T Mogano Communications Officer: Mr Jonas Mahesu (Municipal Spokesperson) LED Officer: Mr M C Mashale Other Senior Management: Mr T S Mashale (Acting Director: Corporate), Mr H Zungu (Director: Community and Social Services), Mr K Mpharalala (Director: Technical Services)

OVERVIEW Description: The Ba-Phalaborwa Local Municipality is a Category B municipality found in the Mopani District in the Limpopo Province. It is situated in the north-eastern part of Mopani, just less than 1km from the Kruger National Park border. It is the largest of five municipalities in the district, making up over a third of its geographical area. It is 220km from Polokwane (previously Pietersburg) and Mbombela (previously Nelspruit), and serves as a central gateway to the Greater Limpopo Transfrontier Park through the Giriyondo Border. It is an entry and exit point to the Mozambican side of the Xai-Xai beaches. The area has vast tourism and manufacturing investment opportunities. Area: 7 489km2 Cities/Towns: Gravelotte, Leydsdorp Main Economic Sectors: Mining, agriculture, manufacturing, tourism

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

512 957

345 182

Total Expenditure

476 355

436 709

450 159

530

76 247

(104 977)

49 768

52 368

35 760

599 754

556 048

186 197

3 060

123 386

368 045

1 452 183

1 144 985

681 794

40 307

68 206

57 365

1 261

11 069

3 246

n/a

14 785

62 645

2015/16

2014/15

Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

Population: 168 937 No Schooling: 12.9% Households: 49 100

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

Disclaimer

R’000

UIFW EXPENDITURE

Population Growth: 2.61% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 39.8% Formal Dwellings: 96.7%

2014/15 Qualified audit

476 885

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Unaudited

2015/16

Total Revenue

Cash at Year End

2016/17

Total Employment Positions

688

637

Vacant Positions

277

228

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Managerial Positions

91

82

Composition of Council: ANC 26, EFF 6, DA 4, COPE 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Pule Josiah Shayi Other Members of Council: M Malatji (Speaker), E Hlungwani

Vacant Managerial Positions

22

24

131 489

134 888

(Chief Whip), S L Mohlala (Exco Chairperson: Budget and Treasury), M M Malesa (Exco Chairperson: Planning and Development), S R De Beer (Exco Chairperson: Community and Social Services), T Nkuna (Exco Chairperson: Governance and Administration), M S Magomane (Exco Chairperson: Municipal Infrastructure and Services), A N Mmola (Exco Member)

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

2015/16

2014/15

Total Customer Entities Served

41 021

41 021

Households - Free Basic Service

3 912

3 912

GREATER GIYANI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (LIM331) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X9559, Giyani, 0826 PHYSICAL: BA 59/2 Giyani Main Road, Opposite Nkensani Hospital, Giyani TEL: 015 811 5500 FAX: 015 812 2068 WEB: www.greatergiyani.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Greater Giyani Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Mopani District in the Limpopo Province. It is one of five municipalities in the district. It was established in terms of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa of 1996, the Municipality Demarcation Act of 1998, and Section 12 Notice issued in terms of the Local Government: Municipal Structures Act of 1998.

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

The town of Giyani was established in 1969 and is regarded as the ‘place where the people dance and land of the friendly people’. It is the administrative and commercial centre of the Mopani District and also the former capital of Gazankulu. Giyani is located approximately 185km from Polokwane (previously Pietersburg), 100km from Thohoyandou and 550km from Pretoria. Its eastern section borders on the world-famous Kruger National Park. The municipality is demarcated into 30 wards and has 60 councillors. The 10 traditional authority areas comprise 91 villages. Giyani Town is the largest and most densely populated centre, featuring the most employment opportunities, as well as the best shopping and recreational facilities. The labour force consists of skilled, semi-skilled and a large percentage of unskilled people. Area: 4 172km2

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 256 127 No Schooling: 20.5% Households: 70 477

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Population Growth: 1.08% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 31.0% Formal Dwellings: 87.0%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 51, EFF 5, APC 2, DA 2, NIP 1, XP 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Sasavona Salva Mathebula Other Members of Council: M P Hlungwani (Speaker), M R Mashale

Qualified audit

Qualified audit

R’000

R’000

396 422

312 313

Total Expenditure

279 624

292 828

156 872

Surplus/(Deficit)

111 318

103 594

155 442

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

141 318

63 937

88 485

103 400

232 879

199 167

58 894

62 487

50 497

434 499

659 184

539 723

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

137 598

120 191

149 445

Cash at Year End

176 285

180 005

150 319

n/a

15 286

16 877

UIFW EXPENDITURE 2014/15

446

677

Vacant Positions

34

325

Managerial Positions

27

27

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

Unaudited

R’000

Community Wealth/Equity

2015/16

Total Employment Positions

2014/15

390 942

Total Current Assets

Municipal Manager: Mr M C Chaamano (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr R H Maluleke Communications Officer: Mr S S Mavunda EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

Total Revenue

Total Current Liabilities

(Chief Whip)

2016/17

LIMPOPO

Cities/Towns: Giyani Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, tourism, retail, transport

5

3

126 331

112 776

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

2015/16

2014/15

Total Customer Entities Served

65 260

63 130

Households - Free Basic Service

10 899

13 874

GREATER LETABA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (LIM332) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 36, Modjadjiskloof, 0835 PHYSICAL: Civic Centre, 44 Botha Street, Modjadjiskloof TEL: 015 309 9246/9248 FAX: 015 309 9419 WEB: www.greaterletaba.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Greater Letaba Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated in the Mopani District in the Limpopo Province. It is the smallest of five municipalities in the district. The ‘gates’ to the municipal area are considered to be Mamaila Kolobetona in the north, Modjadjiskloof (previously Duiwelskloof) in the south, Makgakgapatse in the east, and Sekgopo in the west. There are 130 rural villages within the municipal area. It is characterised by contrasts such as varied topography, population densities (low in the south, relatively dense in the north-east), and prolific vegetation in the south (timber) and sparse vegetation in the north (Bushveld). The availability of natural resources such as dams, tourist attractions, nature reserves and proximity to intensive economic activities creates opportunities for economic spin-offs. Area: 1 891km2 Cities/Towns: Modjadjiskloof Main Economic Sectors: General government services (22.28%), wholesale and retail trade, catering and accommodation (18.55%), transport and communication (16.73%), finance and business services (12.41%), agriculture, forestry and fishing (8.46%), manufacturing (6.63%), community, social and personal services (5.94%), electricity and water (4.34%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 218 030 No Schooling: 26.7% Households: 67 067

Population Growth: 0.56% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 26.7% Formal Dwellings: 91.6%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 46, EFF 9, COPE 2, DA 2, LIRA 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Peter Matlou Other Members of Council: M D Makhananisa (Speaker), N D Modiba (Head: Finance), M M Maeko-Nkwana (Head: Corporate and Shared Services), M R Mosila (Head: Infrastructure), M P Masela (Economic Development, Housing and Spatial Planning),

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

M M Mabeba (Head: Agriculture and Environment), M G Selowa (Head: Community Services), D Raohokwane (Head: Public Transport and Roads), T J Rababalela (Head: Water and Sanitation), S M Rasetsoke (Head: Sports, Arts and Culture), M I Manyama (MPAC Chairperson) Municipal Manager: Donald Mhangwana (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Thoka Betlehem (Acting) Communications Officer: Lovers Maenetje (Municipal Spokesperson) LED Officer: Mr Eric Rabalela Other Senior Management: Dr Masilo Mokena (Acting Director), Mr Tshawe Bheki (Acting Director: Technical Services), Mr Stolz Elias (Acting Director: Community Service), Masilo Mokoena (Mayor’s Office)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Qualified audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

369 875

345 723

261 063 177 936

Total Expenditure

204 819

189 519

Surplus/(Deficit)

165 055

156 204

83 127

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

165 055

176 243

117 210

Total Current Assets

72 225

137 649

132 692

Total Current Liabilities

33 655

55 384

55 113

860 201

682 220

524 601

140 683

174 520

104 418

11 875

60 714

94 519

n/a

132 309

45 160

2015/16

2014/15

211

221

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

6

7

22

20

6

7

82 135

77 520

2015/16

2014/15

62 608

61 500

859

779

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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GREATER TZANEEN LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (LIM333)

LIMPOPO

CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 24, Tzaneen, 0850 PHYSICAL: 38 Agatha Street, Civic Centre Building, Tzaneen, 0850 TEL: 015 307 8000 FAX: 015 307 8049 WEB: www.greatertzaneen.gov.za

OVERVIEW

Chief Financial Officer: Ms Modjadji Mankgabe Communications Officer: Mr Neville Ndlaba (Acting) LED Officer: Mr Freddy Rammalo Other Senior Management: Pierre van den Heever (Director: Electrical Engineering), Dikeledi Makoti (Director: Engineering Services), Elias Mugari (Director: Corporate Services), John Nkuna (Director: Planning and Economic Development), Obby Mkhombo (Director: Community Services)

Description: The Greater Tzaneen Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated in the eastern quadrant of the Limpopo Province within the Mopani District. It is bordered by Greater Letaba to the north, Lepelle-Nkumpi to the south, Ba-Phalaborwa and Maruleng to the east, and Polokwane to the west. It is one of the five municipalities in the district. It contains 125 rural villages, with almost 80% of households residing in these villages. The Phalaborwa SDI transverses the area, while one of the major road links between Gauteng and the Kruger National Park also passes through the area. It is characterised by extensive and intensive farming activities and considerable untapped tourism potential. Area: 3 243km2 Cities/Towns: Haenertsburg, Tzaneen Main Economic Sectors: Community services (31.7%), finance (23.8%), trade (10.2%), agriculture (7.6%), manufacturing (3.7%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 416 146 No Schooling: 13.2% Households: 122 776

Population Growth: 1.50% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 34.8% Formal Dwellings: 88.8%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 52, EFF 8, DA 7, APC 1, COPE 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Maripe Mangena Other Members of Council: Dikeledi Mmetle (Speaker), Cromwell Nhemo (Chief Whip)

Municipal Manager: Mr Benjamin Mathebula (Acting)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Unaudited unqualified

Qualified audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

1 174 762 1 049 698 125 064 147 582

1 083 716 1 089 850 (6 134) 89 143

889 822 864 330 25 492 138 661

338 503 225 151 2 007 242

419 399 255 630 1 748 021

350 990 271 898 1 773 020

184 825 22 727 n/a

81 037 55 477 162 276

157 907 27 978 89 153

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

2014/15

Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

654 80 35 2 282 500

645 71 35 3 268 259

SERVICE DELIVERY*

2015/16

2014/15

92 844 6 159

89 126 6 328

Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

Total Customer Entities Served Electricity Households - Free Basic Service

MARULENG LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (LIM335) CONTACT DETAILS

Other Members of Council: Joyce Mahlo (Speaker), Lazarus Mongadi

POSTAL: PO Box 627, Hoedspruit, 1380 PHYSICAL: 64 Springbok Street, Hoedspruit TEL: 015 793 2409 FAX: 015 793 2341 WEB: www.maruleng.gov.za

Municipal Manager: Ms Khensani Sithole (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Eddy Makamu

(Chief Whip)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

OVERVIEW Description: The Maruleng Local Municipality is a Category B municipality

AUDIT OUTCOME

situated in the south-eastern quadrant of the Limpopo Province within the Mopani District. The Maruleng Municipality is bordered by Ba-Phalaborwa and Tzaneen to the north, Tubatse and Bushbuckridge to the south, the Kruger National Park to the east, and Lepelle-Nkumpi to the west. It is one of five municipalities in the district. The main access points to the municipal area are considered to be Mica in the north, Klaserie and the Strijdom Tunnel in the south, and Ofcolaco in the west. The town of Hoedspruit can be considered the administrative and economic centre of the area. It is also the location of the Hoedspruit Air Force Base. Area: 3 563km2 Cities/Towns: Hoedspruit Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

Population: 99 946 No Schooling: 13.3% Households: 29 007

Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

Population Growth: 1.08% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 30.9% Formal Dwellings: 95.2%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 15, EFF 5, CIVIC WARRIORS OF

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Unaudited unqualified

Qualified audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

222 850 139 337 83 513 68 380

177 370 144 806 32 564 44 019

156 694 143 947 12 747 41 795

149 423 26 412 449 960

113 407 43 186 372 854

69 765 18 748 340 290

71 679 111 829 n/a

84 769 89 543 10 478

54 551 57 273 6 597

2015/16

2014/15

159 37 10 3 54 764

145 8 10 2 47 077

2015/16

2014/15

24 466 2 347

24 182 2 463

CASH FLOWS

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

2016/17

MARULENG 3, DA 3, INDEPENDENT 1

SERVICE DELIVERY*

Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mafura Happy Thobejane

Total Customer Entities Served Electricity Households - Free Basic Service

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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SEKHUKHUNE DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC47)

POSTAL: Private Bag X8611, Groblersdal, 0470 PHYSICAL: 7A Van Riebeeck Street, Bareki Mall, Groblersdal TEL: 013 262 7754 FAX: 013 262 5849 EMAIL: sekinfo@sekhukhune.gov.za WEB: www.sekhukhunedistrict.gov.za

Penge

FETAKGOMO - GREATER TUBATSE Ga-Masemola

MAKHUDUTHAMAGA

OVERVIEW municipality and is located in the Limpopo Province, the northernmost part of South Africa. It lies in the south-eastern part of the province, bordering on the Capricorn and Mopani Districts in the north, Mpumalanga in the south and east, and the Waterberg District in the west. The district is the smallest in the province, making up 11% of its geographical area. It is comprised of four local municipalities: Elias Motsoaledi, Ephraim Mogale, Makhuduthamaga and Fetakgomo – Greater Tubatse. The area’s towns and villages are serviced by its major river – the Olifants. Area: 13 528km2 Main Economic Sectors: Community services, mining (15-20%), trade (17%), financial and business services (10-12%), agriculture (9.7%)

EPHRAIM MOGALE Marble Hall Rite Groblersdal

ELIAS MOTSOALEDI Ntwane Thabakhubedu !

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Population Growth: 1.88% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 30.7% Formal Dwellings: 87.6%

Composition of Council: ANC 14, EFF 4, BPSA 1, DA 1 (40% PR Seats) Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Keamotseng Stanley Ramaila Other Members of Council: Mrs Machoene Maria Manamela (Speaker),

AUDIT OUTCOME

R’000

R’000

R’000

944 205

1 412 230

1 833 087

Total Expenditure

944 205

989 918

877 525

-

422 312

955 562

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

688 476

771 766

177 565

Total Current Assets

236 270

190 254

332 989

Total Current Liabilities

293 287

247 271

408 496

2 311 969

2 311 968

2 097 818

773 400

749 560

333 466

79 576

(21 440)

195 460

n/a

265 100

171 625

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS

Mr Lepota Tseke (Chief Whip)

Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

UIFW EXPENDITURE 2014/15

927

969

4

6

46

47

4

4

296 292

278 745

2014/15

Total Revenue

Municipal Manager: Ms Mapule Mokoko Chief Financial Officer: Ms Busisiwe Matjie (Acting) 2015/16

2015/16

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

Surplus/(Deficit)

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2016/17

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Burgersfort Steelpoort

Description: The Sekhukhune District Municipality is a Category C

Population: 1 169 762 No Schooling: 16.0% Households: 290 527

LIMPOPO

CONTACT DETAILS

SERVICE DELIVERY*

Water

2015/16

2014/15

Inside Yard

46 490

46 490

<200m from Yard

56 252

56 252

>200m from Yard

108 298

108 298

Households - Free Basic Service

182 276

182 276

18 510

18 510

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

Sewerage

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

1 168

1 168

Ventilated Pit Latrine

143 493

143 493

Households - Free Basic Service

129 493

129 493

ELIAS MOTSOALEDI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (LIM472) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 48, Groblersdal, 0470 PHYSICAL: 2nd Grobler Avenue, Groblersdal TEL: 013 262 3056 FAX: 013 262 4530 WEB: www.eliasmotsoaledi.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Elias Motsoaledi Local Municipality (previously Greater Groblersdal Local Municipality) is located in the Sekhukhune District of the Limpopo Province. It is one of four municipalities in the district. The seat of the municipality is Groblersdal. The municipality is named in honour of the late Elias Motsoaledi, who was born on 26 July 1924 in Nebo, Sekhukhuneland. He came to Johannesburg at the age of 17 in search for work. He played an active role in the establishment of the South African Congress of trade unions. A lifelong member of the ANC, and the SACP, he also played a central role in many campaigns, including the Defiance Campaign of 1952, the year in which he was banned. He was detained in terms of the 1960 State of Emergency and imprisoned for four months. On his release, he went underground and served on the Johannesburg Regional Umkhonto we Sizwe. Arrested in 1963, Motsoaledi was one of the Revonia Trialists and was sentenced to life imprisonment on

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Robben Island, a sentence he served until his release in 1989 – 26 years later. On his release, he was elected to National Executive Committee of the ANC. He passed away on the day of the inauguration of the first democratic president of South Africa, his fellow Revonia Trialist and Robben Island prisoner, Dr Nelson Mandela. Area: 3 713km2 Cities/Towns: Groblersdal, Roossenekal Main Economic Sectors: Community services, agriculture, tourism, land development.

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 268 256 No Schooling: 15.8% Households: 66 359

Population Growth: 1.66% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 33.0% Formal Dwellings: 88.5%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 41, EFF 10, DA 5, BPSA 3, MP 1, SAMEBA 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mrs Julia Lata Mathebe Other Members of Council: Tladi Magetle David (Speaker), Tebogo Phahlamohlaka (Chief Whip), Delly Matjomane (Political Head: Infrastructure), Phatlane Alfred (Political Head: Corporate Services),

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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LIMPOPO

Mashilo Samaria (Political Head: Community Services), Toudi Aron (Political Head: Budget and Treasury), Phetla Mannyana Grace (Political Head: Executive Support), Mmutle Thabo Nelson (Political Head: Development Planning), Kotze Johan Pieter (Exco Member), Shai Kweletsi Collen (Exco Member), Maloba Alpheus Maloba (Exco Member) Municipal Manager: Mrs Ramakgahlela Maredi Chief Financial Officer: Mr George Mapheto Communications Officer: Mr Simon Makua LED Officer: Mr Edger Sebei Other Senior Management: Mr Meshack Kgwale (Senior Manager: Executive Support), Ms Patricia Masutha (Acting Senior Manager: Corporate Services), Regina Namudi Makgata (Senior Manager: Infrastructure), Mrs Ellen Kegopotsemang (Senior Manager: Community Services), Mr Weltaer Phala (Senior Manager: Development Planning)

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

2015/16

2014/15

359

466

7

123

38

31

7

6

131 211

121 513

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Qualified audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

457 027

407 491

334 986

Total Expenditure

440 313

369 091

337 613

16 714

38 400

(2 627)

n/a

108 388

72 212

Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets

84 878

58 124

78 138

Total Current Liabilities

87 782

69 263

68 432

927 497

872 288

760 887

Operating Cash Flow

99 279

22 790

57 728

Cash at Year End

20 913

11 965

24 967

n/a

119 171

36 537

2015/16

2014/15

50 874

49 385

1 300

1 281

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

EPHRAIM MOGALE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (LIM471) CONTACT DETAILS

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

POSTAL: PO Box 111, Marble Hall, 0450 PHYSICAL: 13 Ficus Street, Marble Hall TEL: 013 261 8400 FAX: 013 261 2985 WEB: www.ephraimmogalelm.gov.za

Composition of Council: ANC 20, EFF 7, DA 3, INDEPENDENT 1,

OVERVIEW

Ms Lorraine Modisha (Chief Whip), Ms Mmakoma Johannah Motsepe (Exco Member), Mr George Nthaudi Makanyane (Exco Member), Ms Rebecca Mmatawane Lentsoane (Exco Member), Mr Mphoke Lawrence Makola (Exco Member), Ms Magalane Gladys Phefadi (Exco Member) Municipal Manager: Ms M M Mathebela Chief Financial Officer: Ms K A Ramosibi Communications Officer: Mr Matome Lemekoana LED Officer: Mr S Uwane Other Senior Management: Mr Mantaneng Phaahla (Director: Community Services), Mahubila E Radingwana (Director: Infrastructure Services)

Description: The Ephraim Mogale Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Sekhukhune District in the Limpopo Province. It is the smallest of the four municipalities in the district. It was established after the 2000 local election, with the amalgamation of Marble Hall, part of Moutse (West) Transitional Local Council (TLC), Leeuwfontein, a portion of Hlogotlou/Lepelle Transitional Rural Council (TRC), Greater Nebo North TRC, a portion of Naboomspruit/Roedtan Thusang TLC, and Springbokvlakte TLC. The municipality was a cross-border between the Limpopo and Mpumalanga Provinces. After the 2006 municipal elections the municipality was incorporated into the Limpopo Province. The municipality is at the border of the two above-mentioned provinces. It is about 160km from Pretoria and about 190km from Polokwane (previously Pietersburg). The amalgamation of parts of eight former TLCs also resulted in the establishment of the Ephraim Mogale Local Municipality, with 14 wards, which was increased to 16 wards during the 2011 local government elections. It has one town and two R293 towns, and 75 villages. The municipality was providing water to Marble Hall, Leeuwfontein and Zamenkomst, which was later transferred to the Sekhukhune District Municipality (SDM). Currently, the municipality is licensed to provide electricity to Marble Hall town, and other areas are provided for by Eskom. The municipality also provides solid waste to Marble Hall, Leeuwfontein and Elandskraal, while the SDM provides water and sanitation to all other areas. The municipality is battling with a huge backlog in terms of water provision, sanitation and road construction. The average annual rainfall is about 634mm. Marble Hall boasts a pleasant climate, with an average maximum winter temperature of 23˚C and an average maximum summer temperature of 29˚C. Area: 2 011km2 Cities/Towns: Marble Hall, Schuinsdraai Nature Reserve Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, mining, tourism, construction, trade, transport, finance

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 127 168 No Schooling: 17.2% Households: 33 936

Population Growth: 0.64% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 27.2% Formal Dwellings: 90.5%

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

VF PLUS 1

Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Constance Ramadimetja Kupa Other Members of Council: Mr Molaudi Mothogwane (Speaker),

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Disclaimer

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

268 373

264 304

218 730

Total Expenditure

178 874

250 705

196 668

Surplus/(Deficit)

17 668

67 636

39 857

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

69 926

64 980

46 508

Total Current Assets

141 618

221 545

106 436

Total Current Liabilities

46 793

54 835

49 088

976 466

941 565

881 034

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

48 494

235 478

78 898

(22 797)

113 250

178 031

n/a

19 775

362

2015/16

2014/15

271

239

Vacant Positions

41

40

Managerial Positions

22

22

Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

8

6

70 010

63 494

2015/16

2014/15

35 652

35 652

1 950

1 450

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 206, Burgersfort, 1150 / PO Box 818, Apel, 0739 PHYSICAL: 1 Kastania Street, Burgersfort / Stand No.1, Mashung Ga-Nkwana, Apel TEL: 013 231 1000 / 015 622 8000 FAX: 013 231 7467 / 015 622 8026 WEB: www.fetakgomo.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Fetakgomo – Greater Tubatse Local Municipality is a Category B municipality located in the Sekhukhune District in the Limpopo Province. It is the largest of the four municipalities making up the district, accounting for 42% of its geographical area. It was established by the amalgamation of the Fetakgomo and Greater Tubatse Local Municipalities in August 2016. The area is known as the Middelveld as it is located between the Highveld and Lowveld regions. The vast majority of the area is made up of villages that are scattered throughout, particularly, the northern part of the municipality. Area: 5 693km2 Cities/Towns: Burgersfort, Ohrigstad, Steelpoort Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture; mining and quarrying; trade; tourism; manufacturing; general government; community, social and personal services; catering and accommodation

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 489 902 No Schooling: 16.2% Households: 125 361

Population Growth: 3.02% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 30.6% Formal Dwellings: 85.7%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 57, EFF 14, DA 4, COPE 1, SOCIALIST PARTY COALITION 1

Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Maaudu Johannes Phokoane

Other Members of Council: N T Phala (Speaker), M V Shoba (Chief Whip) Municipal Manager: J N T Mohlala Chief Financial Officer: T G Ratau Communications Officer: K B Toko LED Officer: N M Mosotho Other Senior Management: M F Maredi (Deputy Chief Whip), N D Matumane (COO), M I Phasha (Director: Corporate Services), Ms Monyepao (Director: Development Planning), N P Busane (Director: Community), L C Peu (Director: Local Economic Development)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

LIMPOPO

FETAKGOMO - GREATER TUBATSE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (LIM476)

2016/17

AUDIT OUTCOME

Unaudited

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

685 686 509 906 175 780 230 623

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

351 559 61 409 1 671 304

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

168 567 168 233 n/a

UIFW EXPENDITURE

Note: Fetakgomo – Greater Tubatse Local Municipality was established by the amalgamation of Fetakgomo Local Municipality and Greater Tubatse Local Municipality on 3 August 2016. Financial, Employment and Service Delivery information for the new municipality is only available from the 2016/17 financial year. View historical information for Fetakgomo Local Municipality and Greater Tubatse Local Municipality at municipalities.co.za.

MAKHUDUTHAMAGA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (LIM473) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X434, Jane Furse, 1085 PHYSICAL: Stand 1, Groblersdal Road, Jane Furse TEL: 013 265 1177/1262 FAX: 013 265 1076 WEB: www.makhuduthamaga.gov.za

Municipal Manager: Mr Mogobadi Erick Moropa Chief Financial Officer: Mr Ronald Moganedi FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

OVERVIEW Description: The Makhuduthamaga Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Sekhukhune District Municipality in the Limpopo Province. It is bordered by the Capricorn District in the north, Elias Motsoaledi in the south, Fetakgomo – Greater Tubatse Local Municipality in the east, and Ephraim Mogale in the west. It is one of the four municipalities that make up the district, accounting for 16% of its geographical area. The name is derived from the liberation name given to those who supported the anti-apartheid struggle in Sekhukhuneland in the 1950s. Makhuduthamaga raged a war against the white commissioner and his assailants, Marentsara. Area: 2 110km2 Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, farming

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

378 237

298 996

Total Expenditure

291 166

273 006

340 862

Surplus/(Deficit)

127 691

37 375

7 830

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

168 071

171 040

127 500

Total Current Assets

120 362

148 282

143 429

15 468

14 376

31 379

526 206

486 307

329 648

Operating Cash Flow

164 713

174 642

111 214

Cash at Year End

65 338

115 720

112 117

n/a

10 531

41 266

2015/16

2014/15

182

164

Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

Vacant Positions

54

35

Managerial Positions

30

29

Vacant Managerial Positions

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

2014/15

400 697

Population: 284 435 No Schooling: 15.2% Households: 64 871

Population Growth: 0.78% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 30.2% Formal Dwellings: 88.8%

2015/16

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

Total Revenue

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

2016/17

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

7

5

71 195

61 133

Composition of Council: ANC 43, EFF 14, DA 2, APSP 1, AZAPO 1, SAMEBA 1

Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Minah Bahula Other Members of Council: Tala Mathope (Speaker),

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

2015/16

2014/15

Total Customer Entities Served

63 742

61 036

Households - Free Basic Service

8 293

7 549

Chego David (Chief Whip)

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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VHEMBE DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC34)

LIMPOPO

CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X5006, Thohoyandou, 0950 PHYSICAL: Government Complex, Thohoyandou Ring Road,

Musina

Thohoyandou TEL: 015 960 2000 FAX: 015 962 1017 WEB: www.vhembe.gov.za

MUSINA

THULAMELA

OVERVIEW

MAKHADO

Description: The Vhembe District Municipality is a Category C

Thohoyandou

COLLINS CHABANE

municipality located in the northern part of the Limpopo Province. It shares borders with Zimbabwe and Botswana in the north-west and Mozambique in the south-east through the Kruger National Park. The Limpopo River valley forms the border between the district and its international neighbours. The district includes the Transvaal, and areas that were previously under Venda and Gazankulu Bantustan’s administration. It is comprised of four local municipalities: Musina, Thulamela, Makhado and Collins Chabane. The district municipal offices are located in the town of Thohoyandou. It covers a geographical area that is predominantly rural. It is a legendary cultural hub, and a catalyst for agricultural and tourism development. Area: 25 596km2 Main Economic Sectors: Mining, community services, finance

Louis Trichardt

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Disclaimer

Adverse audit

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

R’000

R’000

R’000

1 539 943

1 508 716

1 160 078

Total Expenditure

758 962

875 068

777 180

Surplus/(Deficit)

780 981

633 648

382 898

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

719 503

849 096

698 231

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Total Current Assets

832 755

471 979

457 355

Population: 1 393 949 No Schooling: 14.4% Households: 382 357

Total Current Liabilities

483 318

668 022

655 524

3 797 726

4 406 592

4 110 401

Operating Cash Flow

769 546

422 145

371 515

Cash at Year End

225 043

170 973

97 878

n/a

485 063

494 115

2015/16

2014/15

Population Growth: 1.68% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 34.6% Formal Dwellings: 86.3%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 19, EFF 3, DA 2 (40% PR Seats) Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms F F Radzilani Other Members of Council: Freda Nkondo (Speaker),

Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Sampson Ratshivhanda Ndou (Chief Whip) Municipal Manager: Mr Reuben Rambado Chief Financial Officer: Mr N J Raphela (Acting)

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

Community Wealth/Equity

Water

2015/16 2 090 11 43 11 428 961

2014/15

Sewerage

2 289 78 43 11 407 626

<200m from Yard

83 834

70 164

136 622

150 292

>200m from Yard

28 234

28 234

Households - Free Basic Service

85 466

140 098

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

52 200

51 465

Ventilated Pit Latrine

76 529

76 529

COLLINS CHABANE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (LIM345) CONTACT DETAILS

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

POSTAL: Private Bag X9271, Malamulele, 0982 PHYSICAL: DCO Offices, Hospital Road, Malamulele, 0982 TEL: 015 851 0110 FAX: 015 851 0097 WEB: www.lim345.gov.za

Population: 347 974 No Schooling: 20.7% Households: 91 936

Population Growth: 1.30% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 28.1% Formal Dwellings: 80.1%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT OVERVIEW

Composition of Council: ANC 60, EFF 6, DA 2, ACDP 1,

Description: The Collins Chabane Local Municipality is a Category B

INDEPENDENT 1, XP 1

municipality situated within the Vhembe District in the far north of the Limpopo Province. The municipality shares borders with Musina in the north, Thulamela in the north-east, the Mopani District in the south, and Makhado in the west. It is one of the four municipalities in the district, making up 20% of its geographical area. It was established by the amalgamation of portions of the Thulamela and Makhado Local Municipalities in August 2016. Area: 5 003km2 Cities/Towns: Malamulele Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, community services, finance, trade, transport

Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Tintswalo Joyce Bila Other Members of Council: Elvis Madume Lebea (Speaker),

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Miyelani Gladstone Chauke (Chief Whip)

Municipal Manager: Ms Ngobeni Tsakani Charlotte Chief Financial Officer: Mr Makamu Eadie Communications Officer: Mr Shibambu Moses LED Officer: Ms Louw Brenda Other Senior Management: Mr R R Shilenge (Corporate Services), Mrs R I Mabunda (Technical Services), Ms B Louw

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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2016/17

AUDIT OUTCOME

Unaudited

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

367 918 237 864 130 054 122 970

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

230 744 21 500 554 272

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

166 695

Cash at Year End

166 695

UIFW EXPENDITURE

n/a

Note: Collins Chabane Local Municipality was established by the amalgamation of portions of Thulamela Local Municipality and Makhado Local Municipality on 3 August 2016. Financial, Employment and Service Delivery information for the new municipality is only available from the 2016/17 financial year.

LIMPOPO

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

MAKHADO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (LIM344) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X2596, Makhado, 0920 PHYSICAL: Civic Centre, Cnr Krogh & Erasmus Streets, Makhado TEL: 015 519 3000 FAX: 015 516 1195 EMAIL: municipal.manager@makhado.gov.za WEB: www.makhado.gov.za

Chief Financial Officer: Mr M P Makhubela Communications Officer: Louis Bobodi (Municipal Spokesperson) LED Officer: Sello Mathonsi FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

OVERVIEW Description: The Makhado Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Vhembe District in the Limpopo Province. It borders with Musina in the north, Greater Giyani in the south (Mopani District), Thulamela in the east, and Molemole in the west (Capricorn District). It is one of four municipalities in the district, making up almost a third of its geographical area. It was first established on 31 October 1934 as the Louis Trichardt Town Council. With the new municipal demarcation, a number of municipalities were established in 1997. However, following the Municipal Structures Act of 1998, the municipalities were merged into an NP344 Municipality that is now known as the Makhado Municipality. It is divided into four regions: Makhado (previously Louis Trichardt), Vuwani, Dzanani and Waterval. Area: 7 605km2 Cities/Towns: Makhado Main Economic Sectors: Community services (30%), finance (29%), trade (15%), transport (13%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 416 728 No Schooling: 17.9% Households: 116 371

Population Growth: 0.85% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 33.7% Formal Dwellings: 87.1%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 56, DA 9, EFF 7, ACDP 1, COPE 1, XP 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Freddy Tshivhengwa Other Members of Council: Lindiwe Mogale (Speaker), M D Mboyi (Chief Whip)

Municipal Manager: Mr Nnyadzeni Freddy Tshivhengwa

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Qualified audit

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

R’000

R’000

R’000

855 613 846 250 9 363 140 276

847 458 781 479 65 979 167 234

769 088 710 827 58 261 142 449

345 516 90 037 2 290 156

447 048 156 597 2 063 673

271 807 169 364 1 775 639

121 619 44 161 n/a

305 651 250 230 217 542

139 041 47 450 83 590

2015/16

2014/15

801 166 46 11 250 187

851 113 46 3 234 542

2015/16

2014/15

108 971 24 761

104 292 25 318

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Total Customer Entities Served Electricity Households - Free Basic Service

Note: Part of Makhado Local Municipality was merged into Collins Chabane Local Municipality on 3 August 2016. Financial, Employment and Service Delivery information prior to the 2016/17 financial year reflects Makhado Local Municipality before the merger.

MUSINA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (LIM341) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X611, Musina, 0900 PHYSICAL: 21 Irwin Street, Musina TEL: 015 534 6100 FAX: 015 534 2513 EMAIL: info@musina.gov.za WEB: www.musina.gov.za

OVERVIEW

Area: 10 347km2 Cities/Towns: Musina Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, mining, tourism

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 132 009 No Schooling: 9.6% Households: 43 730

Population Growth: 5.28% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 29.5% Formal Dwellings: 82.4%

Description: The Musina Local Municipality is a Category B municipality located in the Vhembe District of the Limpopo Province. It is bordered by Zimbabwe in the north, Makhado and Thulamela in the south, Mozambique in the east, and the Capricorn District in the west. It is the largest municipality of four in the district, making up nearly half of its geographical area. The Mutale Local Municipality was disestablished and merged into Musina Local Municipality on 3 August 2016. The seat of Musina Local Municipality is Musina (previously Messina).

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 18, DA 3, EFF 3 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Mihloti Muhlope Other Members of Council: Gilbert Netshisaulu (Speaker), Fistos Mafela (Chief Whip), Jeremiah Khunwana (Portfolio Head: Local Economic Development and Technical Services) Municipal Manager: Mr Nathi Tshiwanammbi

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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Chief Financial Officer: Vhutshilo Tshikundamalema Communications Officer: Mr Wilson Dzebu LED Officer: Mpho Mudau Other Senior Management: Richard Murulana

LIMPOPO

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2015/16

2014/15

Total Employment Positions

630

632

Vacant Positions

234

232

33

35

Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions

4

6

102 735

93 580

2015/16

2014/15

Total Customer Entities Served

11 524

11 524

Households - Free Basic Service

2 853

3 100

2015/16

2014/15

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17 Unaudited

Financially Financially unqualified unqualified

Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

2016/17

2015/16

R’000

R’000

2014/15 R’000

323 518 283 454 40 064 40 064

235 509 221 154 14 355 17 917

178 809 243 116 (64 307) 29 450

123 113 496

209 549 340 441 264 513

168 378 247 313 333 579

16 094 2 866 n/a

21 744 4 389 37 628

26 183 1 524 9 886

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

Note: Mutale Local Municipality was merged into Musina Local Municipality on 3 August 2016. Financial, Employment and Service Delivery information prior to the 2016/17 financial year only includes figures for Musina Local Municipality. View historical information for Mutale Local Municipality at municipalities.co.za.

THULAMELA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (LIM343) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X5066, Thohoyandou, 0950 PHYSICAL: Thohoyandou Civic Centre, Old Agriven Building, Thohoyandou TEL: 015 962 7500 FAX: 015 962 4020 WEB: www.thulamela.gov.za

OVERVIEW

Communications Officer: Mr Nndwamato Tshiila LED Officer: Mr Mulalo Nemakonde Other Senior Management: Mrs M M Matshivha (Senior Manager: Corporate Services), Mr M S Madi (Acting Senior Manager: Community Services), Mr H E Nemadzhilili (Acting Senior Manager: Planning and Development), Mr M E Muneri (Senior Manager: Roads and Water Services), Mr A C Mphagi (Acting Senior Manager: Human Settlement – Housing and Electricity)

Description: The Thulamela Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Vhembe District in the far north of the Limpopo Province. The Kruger National Park forms the boundary In the east, while sharing the border with Makhado in the south and south-west. It is the smallest municipality of four in the district, making up 10% of its geographical area. It is the largest municipality in the province in terms of population. The name Thulamela is a Karanga word meaning ‘the place of giving birth’. Area: 2 642km2 Cities/Towns: Thohoyandou Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 497 237 No Schooling: 8.7% Households: 130 320

Population Growth: 1.77% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 41.1% Formal Dwellings: 91.2%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 64, EFF 8, DA 4, PAC 2, ACDP 1, COPE 1, IRC 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Avhashoni Tshifhango Other Members of Council: A S Tshifhango (Mayor and Exco Chairperson), H P Mulovhedzi (Speaker), L Netshipise (Portfolio Head: Legislation, Land Use Management and Traditional Affairs), M Netshifhefhe (Portfolio Head: Housing and Electricity), J Davhana (Portfolio Head: Corporate Services), T P Malada (Portfolio Head: Roads, Storm Water and Sanitation), T E Netshisaulu (Portfolio Head: Education, Sports, Arts and Culture), N Nemaranzhe (Portfolio Head: IDP and LED), T J Raluswinga (Portfolio Head: Environment, Health, Safety and Security), S S Mulaudzi (Portfolio Head: Special Programmes‚ Youth, Disabled and Gender), N G Mahosi (Portfolio Head: Finance) Municipal Manager: Mr H E Maluleke Chief Financial Officer: Ms V E Nembudani (Acting)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

837 315 581 914 255 401 204 061

804 181 917 047 (112 866) 262 259

786 236 625 857 160 378 246 787

878 493 65 800 2 271 717

514 526 131 284 1 946 635

462 703 108 549 1 585 468

104 500 349 891 n/a

405 984 431 422 2 192

240 085 313 267 16 731

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

2014/15

Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

647 18 31 4 226 390

630 3 31 3 216 531

SERVICE DELIVERY*

2015/16

2014/15

106 801 22 897

96 467 26 491

Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

Total Customer Entities Served Electricity Households - Free Basic Service

Note: Part of Thulamela Local Municipality was merged into Collins Chabane Local Municipality on 3 August 2016. Financial, Employment and Service Delivery information prior to the 2016/17 financial year reflects Thulamela Local Municipality before the merger.

WATERBERG DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC36) CONTACT DETAILS

OVERVIEW

POSTAL: Private Bag X1018, Modimolle, 0510 PHYSICAL: Harry Gwala Street, Modimolle TEL: 014 718 3300 FAX: 014 717 3886 EMAIL: admin@waterberg.gov.za WEB: www.waterberg.gov.za

Description: The Waterberg District Municipality is a Category C

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

municipality located in the western part of the Limpopo Province. It is strategically located in sharing its borders with Capricorn District Municipality in the north and Sekhukhune District Municipality in the east.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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Lephalale

MOGALAKWENA LEPHALALE Lekalakala Mokopane Vaalwater

THABAZIMBI

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 745 758 No Schooling: 7.1% Households: 211 471

LIMPOPO

The south-western boundary abuts the North West, while the Gauteng Province lies on the south-eastern side. The municipality is the biggest district in the province, making up just more than a third of its geographical area. It shares its five-border control points with Botswana, namely Groblersbrug, Stockpoort, Derdepoort, Zanzibar and Platjan. It is comprised of five local municipalities: Bela-Bela, Lephalale, Modimolle-Mookgophong, Mogalakwena and Thabazimbi. The region, as we know it today, is more than three million years old. With its great variety of wildlife, birds and scenic splendour. It is one of South Africa’s prime ecotourism destinations. Area: 44 913km2 Main Economic Sectors: Mining, agriculture, tourism

MODIMOLLE-MOOKGOPHONG Mookgophong

Thabazimbi

Population Growth: 2.12% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 36.6% Formal Dwellings: 85.0%

Roedtan

Nylstroom Bela-Bela

BELA-BELA !

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 19, EFF 8, DA 7, FF+ 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr S M Mataboge Other Members of Council: N S Montane (MPAC Chairperson), K S Lamola (Speaker), M A Tsebe (Chief Whip), M R Boloka (Social Development), T A Mashamaite (Budget and Treasury), R M Radebe (Infrastructure Development), F Hlungwane (Transformation and Administration), M P Sebatjane (Planning and Economic Development), K R Mokwena (Special Projects), N S Monyamane (Community Services) Municipal Manager: Ms Mabore Mampa (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Gledwin Tloubatla Communications Officer: Pat Malete LED Officer: Ms Betty Molekwa (LED Manager) Other Senior Management: Peter Makondo (Executive Assistant), Mabora Mampa (Social Development and Community Services), Bernice Mthombene (Acting Manager: Infrastructure Development), Feziwe Nogilana-Raphela (Corporate Support and Shared Services), Leonard Sole (Manager: Planning and Economic Development)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

180 004

180 004

113 868

Total Expenditure

169 551

169 551

121 321

Surplus/(Deficit)

10 452

10 452

(7 453)

n/a

4 195

2 907

Total Current Assets

171 340

173 838

116 172

Total Current Liabilities

74 020

74 020

29 879

133 998

136 679

126 182

Total Revenue

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

56 090

55 947

25 827

Cash at Year End

136 214

136 214

83 059

n/a

8 363

4 478

2015/16

2014/15

138

137

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions

9

11

23

23

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

1

3

73 979

71 249

BELA-BELA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (LIM366) CONTACT DETAILS

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

POSTAL: Private Bag X1609, Bela-Bela, 0480 PHYSICAL: Chris Hani Drive, Bela-Bela TEL: 014 736 8000 FAX: 014 736 3288 WEB: www.belabela.gov.za

Population: 76 296 No Schooling: 4.1% Households: 21 354

Population Growth: 3.12% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 41.9% Formal Dwellings: 89.7%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT OVERVIEW Description: The Bela-Bela Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Waterberg District in the Limpopo Province. The municipality shares borders with the Gauteng, Mpumalanga and North West Provinces. It also shares municipal borders with ModimolleMookgophong to the north and Thabazimbi to the west. Bela-Bela Central Business District (CBD) is directly linked with the major cities of Gauteng through the N1 National Route, which connects the area with Pretoria at the approximate distance of 100km, and with Johannesburg, which is approximately 170km from Bela-Bela CBD, as well as Polokwane (previously Pietersburg), which is approximately 200km away. The town, Bela-Bela (previously Warmbad), continues to be the central growth point of the municipal area, with potential for further economic growth and development. The tourism industry is the main driver of the local economy and by far the largest contributor to the district’s GDP. Area: 3 406km2 Cities/Towns: Bela-Bela, Pienaarsrivier Main Economic Sectors: Tourism, agriculture

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Composition of Council: ANC 9, DA 5, EFF 2, BRA 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: M J Ngobeni Other Members of Council: R Zacharia Moeletsi (Speaker), Henrietta Ledwaba (Chief Whip)

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions

2014/15

499

452

123

67

32

32

7

6

110 025

95 872

2015/16

2014/15

14 928

14 928

<200m from Yard

3 140

3 140

>200m from Yard

2 871

0

3 665

2 845

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Water

2015/16

Households - Free Basic Service

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

LIMPOPO

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

2014/15

16 299

14 504

Households - Free Basic Service

3 472

3 322

14 928

14 928

R’000

R’000

R’000

0

875

Total Revenue

458 605

314 254

275 944

1 991

987

Total Expenditure

376 203

351 877

316 857

3 665

3 326

Surplus/(Deficit)

82 402

(37 623)

(40 914)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

80 752

61 958

53 940

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

Sewerage

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2015/16

Total Customer Entities Served

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank Ventilated Pit Latrine Households - Free Basic Service

AUDIT OUTCOME

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Total Current Assets

60 573

57 351

44 613

Total Current Liabilities

44 250

149 927

79 598

723 248

753 565

632 613

110 909

90 507

19 234

6 588

60 248

12 179

n/a

2 988

3 485

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

LEPHALALE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (LIM362) CONTACT DETAILS

Other Members of Council: K R Molokomme (Speaker), A Thulare

POSTAL: Private Bag X136, Lephalale, 0555 PHYSICAL: Cnr Joe Slovo Street & Douwater Avenue, Civic Centre,

(Chief Whip), W M Motlokwa (Exco Member), A E Basson (Exco Member), M L Shongwe (Exco Member and LED), M M Semenya (Exco Member, and Finance and Budget) Municipal Manager: Ms E M Tukakgomo Chief Financial Officer: Mr M S Langa Communications Officer: Ms C S Chiloane LED Officer: Mr M C Seanego Other Senior Management: Kgabo Tlhako (Executive Manager: Infrastructure Services), L S Thobane (Executive Manager: Social Services), Gerben Makgamatha (Executive Manager: Corporate Services), Charity Radipabe (Executive Manager: Development Planning), Victor Monyepao (Public Participation), Ms L Kgomo (IDP Manager and Acting Executive Strategic Manager)

Onverwacht

TEL: 014 763 2193 FAX: 014 763 5662 EMAIL: munic@lephalale.gov.za WEB: www.lephalale.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Lephalale Local Municipality is a Category B municipality located in the north-western part of the Waterberg District in the Limpopo Province. It borders with four local municipalities: Blouberg, Modimolle-Mookgophong, Mogalakwena and Thabazimbi. Its north-western border is also part of the international border between South Africa and Botswana. It is the largest of five municipalities in the district, making up a third of its geographical area. The town of Lephalale (previously Ellisras) is located a mere 280km from Pretoria, and is a recognised gateway to Botswana and other Southern African countries. Lephalale Municipality is named after the local river, a tributary of the Limpopo River. Nestled at the spur of the Waterberg Mountains, Lephalale is a place of peace and breathtaking beauty. Highlights like the awe-inspiring D’Nyala Nature Reserve, Marakele National Park, and the spectacular Mokolo Dam and Nature Reserve underscore why Lephalale is called ‘the heartbeat of the Waterberg Bushveld’. As part of the Waterberg biosphere, the Lephalale area is richly blessed with pristine natural beauty and an abundance of fauna and flora. Lephalale offers an infinite variety of scenic contrasts and encompasses the unique Waterberg wilderness, which boasts superb vistas, mountain gorges, clear streams and rolling hills. Geological sites and rock art are a strong drawcard for the region, suggesting its links to many previous generations. Lephalale has been identified by the Limpopo Employment Growth and Development Plan as a petrochemical cluster, and has attained the status of national development node. The Waterberg coal fields, which boast more than 40% of the total coal reserves of South Africa, are located in Lephalale. Area: 13 794km2 Cities/Towns: Lephalale Main Economic Sectors: Mining and quarrying (71.4%), finance, insurance, real estate and business services (5.2%), wholesale and retail trade, catering and accommodation (4.4%), transport, storage and communication (4.4%), general government (4.3%), agriculture, forestry and fishing (3.9%), electricity, gas and water (2.8%)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

Population Growth: 3.76% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 40.2% Formal Dwellings: 76.4%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 17, EFF 5, DA 4 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr M J Maeko

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

472 767

452 416

518 772

Total Expenditure

465 578

504 321

428 195

7 189

(51 904)

90 577

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

68 080

83 874

49 473

Total Current Assets

219 567

193 894

201 633

70 901

119 013

73 913

1 303 426

1 166 242

1 198 624

Operating Cash Flow

88 009

68 800

30 993

Cash at Year End

75 505

33 479

59 763

n/a

77 990

48 945

2015/16

2014/15

525

516

Vacant Positions

51

59

Managerial Positions

33

33

Surplus/(Deficit)

Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Water

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 140 240 No Schooling: 6.0% Households: 43 002

2016/17

135 518

2015/16

2014/15

13 203

13 152

6 954

6 559

>200m from Yard

8 438

8 438

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

Sewerage

5

158 802

<200m from Yard Households - Free Basic Service

Electricity

6

1 470

1 470

28 865

27 401

1 470

1 470

11 803

11 803

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

1 631

1 631

Ventilated Pit Latrine

7 198

7 198

Other Households - Free Basic Service

470

470

1 470

1 470

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CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: X1008, Modimolle, 0510 PHYSICAL: OR Tambo Square, Harry Gwala Street, Modimolle TEL: 014 718 2000 FAX: 014 717 4077 EMAIL: records@modimolle.gov.za WEB: www.modimolle.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Modimolle-Mookgophong Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Waterberg District in the Limpopo Province. It is one of five municipalities in the district. It was established by the amalgamation of the Mookgophong and Modimolle Local Municipalities in August 2016. The municipality occupies a strategic position from the main markets of the country by being at the south entrance of the province. It enjoys easy access from the main national arteries, the N1 and R101. The visibility of Modimolle Mountain from the N1 north is inviting to curious tourists visiting the area. The municipality is home to Nylsvlei Nature Reserve, which has Ramsar status, and the world-renowned Waterberg Biosphere Reserve. The municipal area has mild winters and warm summers, with an average annual rainfall of 520mm to 650mm. Area: 10 367km2 Cities/Towns: Modimolle, Mookgophong (Naboomspruit), Vaalwater Main Economic Sectors: Business services, agriculture, government services, community services

Other Members of Council: Johann Abrie (Speaker), Dingaan Motshwene (Chief Whip), Marlene Van Staden (Exco Member), William Monyela (Exco Member), Patrick Mashaba (Exco Member), Grace Mashitisho (Exco Member), Lesiba William Kola (Exco Member) Municipal Manager: Mr O P Sebola Chief Financial Officer: Mr M Lekalakala Communications Officer: M P Shika (Acting Manager: Corporate Services) LED Officer: Mr Zacharia Namate (Area Manager: Mookgophong) Other Senior Management: Mr M H Sebata (Manager: Social and Community Services) FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

AUDIT OUTCOME

Unaudited

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

Total Revenue

505 155

Total Expenditure

528 016

Surplus/(Deficit)

(22 861)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

106 204

Total Current Assets

210 641

Total Current Liabilities

184 554

Community Wealth/Equity

1 034 728

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Cash at Year End

Population: 107 699 No Schooling: 6.4% Households: 28 977

UIFW EXPENDITURE

Population Growth: 0.76% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 35.0% Formal Dwellings: 85.6%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 13, DA 7, EFF 6, VF PLUS 2 Controlling Party: DA Minority Government Mayor: Mrs Marlene van Staden

LIMPOPO

MODIMOLLE-MOOKGOPHONG LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (LIM368)

60 611 (26 008) n/a

Note: Modimolle-Mookgophong Local Municipality was established by the amalgamation of Mookgophong Local Municipality and Modimolle Local Municipality on 3 August 2016. Financial, Employment and Service Delivery information for the new municipality is only available from the 2016/17 financial year. View historical information for Mookgophong Local Municipality and Modimolle Local Municipality at municipalities.co.za.

MOGALAKWENA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (LIM367) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 34, Mokopane, 0600 PHYSICAL: 54 Retief Street, Mokopane TEL: 015 491 9600 FAX: 015 491 9755 WEB: www.mogalakwena.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Mogalakwena Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated in the western quadrant of the Limpopo Province, within the western district of the Waterberg District. It is bordered by Lephalale to the north, Modimolle-Mookgophong to the south, and the Capricorn District in the east. It is one of the five municipalities in the district. It was established on 5 December 2000 when various municipalities and councils that had previously served the Potgietersrus and surrounding areas were integrated. The following local authorities were amalgamated to form the new municipality: Greater Potgietersrus, Bakenberg and Koedoesrand/Rebone. Area: 6 156km2 Cities/Towns: Mokopane (Potgietersrus) Main Economic Sectors: Mining, agriculture

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 325 291 No Schooling: 10.2% Households: 82 674

Population Growth: 1.49% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 33.1% Formal Dwellings: 95.3%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 41, EFF 13, DA 6, AZAPO 1, COPE 1, MRA 1, VF PLUS 1

Controlling Party: ANC

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Mayor: Andrina Matsemela Other Members of Council: Hlengane Samuel Mathebula (Speaker), Mankopane Michael Rapatsa (Chief Whip), M F Mokwele (Electrical Services), P L Olifant (Planning and Development Services), R S Masipa (Finance), M S Tlhaku (Corporate Services), M M Senoamadi (Technical Services), L D Langa (Community Services), K Q Dekker (Special Projects), M R Maepa (Traffic and Emergency Services), M S Lelaka Municipal Manager: Andile Mashele (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Sasa Mulenga (Acting) Communications Officer: Malesela Selokela (Divisional Head: Communications) LED Officer: Mr Mekeng Magale Other Senior Management: M M Molala (Community Services), M M Mthombeni (Traffic and Emergency)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

n/a

Disclaimer

R’000

R’000

R’000

1 168 348 848 803 319 545 408 402

1 240 951 862 364 378 587 514 355

944 312 781 439 162 873 235 323

892 827 188 247 3 052 698

722 702 369 439 2 340 344

649 311 242 051 1 964 368

347 309 622 666 n/a

482 774 525 443 n/a

270 698 524 537 223 826

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

2014/15

856

792

Vacant Positions

182

4

Managerial Positions

46

39

Total Employment Positions

LIMPOPO

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

16

4

232 933

216 763

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Water Electricity Sewerage

2015/16

2014/15

53 524

53 524

<200m from Yard

31 611

31 611

Households - Free Basic Service

2 916

4 650

74 266

72 691

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

2 916

4 650

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

35 250

35 250

Ventilated Pit Latrine

17 050

17 050

2 916

4 650

Households - Free Basic Service

THABAZIMBI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (LIM361) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X530, Thabazimbi, 0380 PHYSICAL: 7 Rietbok Street, Thabazimbi TEL: 014 777 1525 FAX: 014 777 1531 EMAIL: info@thabazimbi.gov.za WEB: www.thabazimbi.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Thabazimbi Local Municipality is a Category B municipality located within the Waterberg District in the south-western part of the Limpopo Province. It has Botswana as its international neighbour, and is a mere two-hour drive from Pretoria. It is one of five municipalities in the district. Thabazimbi is known as ‘mountain of iron’, which is a Setswana name referring to the highly lucrative iron ore reef first discovered in the municipality in 1919. The municipality has Marakele National Park, which is a subsidiary of the National Parks Board, and in the same standard as the Kruger National Park and Mapungube. It has been mined since the 1930s, when iron and steel production started. Apart from iron ore, the Thabazimbi Municipality is surrounded by platinum-producing areas. Other minerals produced in the area include andalusite. Agriculture has also proven to be a strong economic sector in the municipality. Agricultural commodities produced are wheat, beans and maize. The municipality’s goals are aligned with those of the Provincial Growth and Development Strategy in Limpopo. This will ensure that the growth trajectory also addresses the objective of poverty eradication through job creation and business opportunity stimulation. Area: 11 190km2 Cities/Towns: Amandelbult Mine Town, Thabazimbi Main Economic Sectors: Mining, agriculture, tourism

Municipal Manager: Mr T G Ramagaga Chief Financial Officer: Ms E M M Joubert (Acting) Communications Officer: Mr Joshua Motsomane (Divisional Head: Communications)

LED Officer: Mr K F Maphoru Other Senior Management: Mr D M Moabelo (Acting Manager: Community Services), Mr P van Rensberg (Acting Manager: Planning and Economic Development), Mr S E Tlhabadira (Acting Manager: Technical Services), Mr J J van der Merwe (Manager: Corporate Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

n/a

Disclaimer

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

379 222

359 052

238 370

Total Expenditure

281 955

341 998

345 282

Surplus/(Deficit)

97 267

17 054

(106 912)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

85 627

90 888

14 713

Total Current Assets

246 457

250 089

197 972

Total Current Liabilities

335 695

198 653

281 734

Community Wealth/Equity

1 213 361

1 331 594

703 281

CASH FLOWS 22 415

13 712

8 373

Cash at Year End

Operating Cash Flow

922

2 707

3 324

UIFW EXPENDITURE

n/a

118 222

62 341

2015/16

2014/15

396

489

41

107

40

40

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Managerial Positions

Population: 96 232 No Schooling: 3.7% Households: 35 463

Vacant Managerial Positions

Population Growth: 2.76% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 38.0% Formal Dwellings: 68.0%

8

6

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

108 859

108 566

SERVICE DELIVERY*

2015/16

2014/15

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 10, DA 5, EFF 5, TRA 2, VF PLUS 1 Controlling Party: Coalition-Led Municipality: DA, EFF, TRA, VF Plus Mayor: Midah Moselane Other Members of Council: Lambert Joubert (Speaker), Piet Strydom

Water

(Chief Whip), R Manyama (Chairperson: Infrastructure and Community Services Committee), S Ndlhovu (Chairperson: Planning and Economic Development Committee), S Makhubela (Chairperson: Finance and Transformation Committee), G Gouws (MPAC Chairperson)

Sewerage

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Inside Yard

17 216

17 216

<200m from Yard

3 660

3 660

>200m from Yard

3 200

3 200

Electricity Total Customer Entities Served

25 882

25 080

17 126

17 126

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Ventilated Pit Latrine

1 235

1 235

Other

4 414

4 414

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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MPUMALANGA

KEY STATISTICS GEOGRAPHY LAND AREA 76 495km2 LAND PERCENTAGE 6.3%

BUSHBUCKRIDGE

DR JS MOROKA

PEOPLE

4 335 964

THABA CHWEU

1 664 428

POPULATION

YOUTH (15-34 YEARS)

THEMBISILE HANI CITY OF MBOMBELA

NKOMAZI

EMAKHAZENI

97,4

38,4

SEX RATIO (MALES/100 FEMALES)

YOUTH PROPORTION

24.6%

7.8%

EDUCATION

POVERTY HEADCOUNT

STEVE TSHWETE

CHIEF ALBERT LUTHULI

EMALAHLENI VICTOR KHANYE

MSUKALIGWA

GOVAN MBEKI

DIPALESENG

(GRADE 12 – AGED 20+)

LEKWA

UNEMPLOYMENT*

MKHONDO DR PIXLEY KA ISAKA SEME

EHLANZENI GERT SIBANDE NKANGALA

Mpumalanga, the second-smallest province in South Africa after Gauteng, is located in the north-eastern part of the country, bordering Swaziland and Mozambique to the east. It also borders Limpopo, Gauteng, Free State and KwaZulu-Natal within South Africa. It covers an area of 76 495km2 and has a population of 4 335 964, making it the sixth most populous in the country. It is situated mainly on the high plateau grasslands of the Middleveld, which roll eastwards for hundreds of kilometres. In the north-east, it rises towards mountain peaks and terminates in an immense escarpment. In some places, this escarpment plunges hundreds of metres down to the low-lying area known as the Lowveld. Mbombela (previously Nelspruit) is the capital of the province and the administrative and business centre of the Lowveld. Other major cities and towns include eMalahleni (Witbank), Standerton, eMkhondo (Piet Retief), Malalane, Ermelo, Barberton and Sabie. The best-performing sectors in the province include mining, manufacturing and services. Tourism and agro-processing are potential growth sectors. Agriculture in Mpumalanga is characterised by a combination of commercialised farming, subsistence and livestock farming, and emerging crop farming. Crops such as subtropical fruits, nuts, citrus, cotton, tobacco, wheat, vegetables, potatoes, sunflowers and maize are produced in the region. Mpumalanga is rich in coal reserves and home to South Africa’s major coal-fired power stations. eMalahleni is the biggest coal producer in Africa and is also the site of the country’s second oil-from-coal plant after Sasolburg. Most of the manufacturing production in Mpumalanga occurs in the southern Highveld region. In the Lowveld sub-region, industries are concentrated around the manufacturing of products from agricultural and raw forestry material. Mpumalanga is divided into three district municipalities, which are further subdivided into 17 local municipalities.

30.7%

41.5%

OFFICIAL RATE

EXPANDED RATE

HOUSING HOUSEHOLD SIZE 3,8

HOUSEHOLDS 1 238 861 84.7%

3.2%

10.9%

FORMAL DWELLINGS

TRADITIONAL DWELLINGS

INFORMAL DWELLINGS

HOUSEHOLD SERVICES ACCESS TO PIPED WATER

78.8%

FLUSH/CHEMICAL TOILET

49.0%

CONNECTED TO ELECTRICITY

90.7%

Sources: Community Survey 2016 – Provinces at a glance, published by Stats SA. *Unemployment figures from Quarterly Labour Force Survey, Quarter 3, 2017, published by Stats SA.

MPUMALANGA MUNICIPALITIES Ehlanzeni District Bushbuckridge City of Mbombela Nkomazi Thaba Chweu

Intro-Mpumalanga.indd 1

156 156 157 158 158

Gert Sibande District Chief Albert Luthuli Dipaleseng Dr Pixley Ka Isaka Seme Govan Mbeki Lekwa

159 160

Mkhondo Msukaligwa

163 163

160 161 161 162

Nkangala District Dr JS Moroka Emakhazeni

164

Emalahleni Steve Tshwete Thembisile Hani Victor Khanye

166 167 167 168

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MPUMALANGA

EHLANZENI DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC32) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 3333, Mbombela, 1200 PHYSICAL: 8 Van Niekerk Street, Mbombela TEL: 013 759 8500 FAX: 013 755 8539 EMAIL: Council@ehlanzeni.gov.za WEB: www.ehlanzeni.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Ehlanzeni District Municipality is a Category C BUSHBUCKRIDGE

municipality situated in the north-east of the Mpumalanga Province. It makes up just over a third of the province’s geographical area. The district is comprised of four local municipalities: Bushbuckridge, City of Mbombela, Nkomazi and Thaba Chweu. Mbombela (previously Nelspruit) is the capital of Mpumalanga, situated in the City of Mbombela Local Municipality, which is also the home of the Mpumalanga Provincial Government and, as a result, is the most concentrated economic hub within the province. It features three border gates to both Swaziland and Mozambique (Matsamo, Komatipoort and Mananga border gates) and, therefore, movement of people from neighbouring countries to the district, and from Gauteng to either Swaziland or Mozambique, creates a catalyst for the economic life of the area. Area: 27 896km2 Main Economic Sectors: Community services (44.5%), trade (44%), financial and real estate (43.1%), construction (41%), transport (37.5%), agriculture (35.5%), manufacturing (19.6%), mining (6%), utilities (2.8%), electricity (2%)

Pilgrim’s Rest Graskop Sabie

Lydenburg

THABA CHWEU

Marloth Park White River Komatipoort

CITY OF MBOMBELA

Matsulu

NKOMAZI Barberton

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 1 754 931 No Schooling: 13.8% Households: 483 903

Population Growth: 0.88% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 41.9% Formal Dwellings: 91.9%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

AUDIT OUTCOME

Unaudited Clean audit Clean audit

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

237 782

231 873

221 421

Total Expenditure

223 595

212 266

195 526

14 188

19 608

25 895

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

23 039

16 567

21 594 79 897

Composition of Council: ANC 20, DA 3, EFF 2, BRA 1 (40% PR Seats) Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Jesta Sidell Other Members of Council: Renias Khumalo (Speaker), Terrence Shabangu

Surplus/(Deficit)

Total Current Assets

82 983

70 685

(Chief Whip), M J Morema (MMC: LED, Tourism and Rural Development), T R Manyisa (MMC: Disaster Management and Public Safety), M J Mnisi (MMC: Finance), N C Hlophe (MMC: Environmental Health), M Nkuna (MMC: Technical Services), M Masilela (MMC: Social Services and Transversal Programmes), M J Mavuso (MMC: Corporate Services) Municipal Manager: Mr F S Siboza Chief Financial Officer: Ms Gladys Dube (Acting) Communications Officer: Mr Lucky Ngomane (Manager: Communications) LED Officer: Ms Nontobeko Mahlalela (General Manger: LED, Tourism and Rural Development) Other Senior Management: Mrs Esther Mahlalela (Acting General Manager: Municipal Health and Environmental Management), Mr Roy Makwakwa (Acting General Manager: Corporate Services), Mrs Happyness Magagula-Nkosi (General Manager: Social Services and Disaster Management), Mr Themaba Gogwane (Manager: Technical Services)

Total Current Liabilities

70 973

39 490

61 211

100 756

83 443

60 382

Operating Cash Flow

19 646

24 374

41 173

Cash at Year End

81 070

68 132

76 349

n/a

-

-

2015/16

2014/15

149

141

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

9

2

44

43

2

0

113 165

97 907

BUSHBUCKRIDGE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (MP325) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X9308, Bushbuckridge, 1280 PHYSICAL: Opposite Mapulaneng DLTC, R533 Graskop Road, Bushbuckridge TEL: 013 799 1851/7 FAX: 013 799 1865 EMAIL: info@bushbuckridge.gov.za WEB: www.bushbuckridge.gov.za

OVERVIEW

The municipal area provides a link to Lydenburg and other centres in the Lowveld, particularly Hoedspruit, Pilgrim’s Rest and Graskop. Bushbuckridge Local Municipality can therefore be called the gateway to the major tourist attraction points in Mpumalanga and the eastern part of the Limpopo Province. Area: 10 248km2 Cities/Towns: Sabie Park Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, tourism

Description: The Bushbuckridge Local Municipality is a Category B municipality and presidential nodal point located within the Ehlanzeni District in the north-eastern part of the Mpumalanga Province. It is the largest of the four municipalities that make up the district, accounting for over a third of its geographical area.

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-17. pp13-15.

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 546 215 No Schooling: 16.2% Households: 136 780

Population Growth: 0.32% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 38.3% Formal Dwellings: 96.3%

*Refer *Refer to to municipalities.co.za municipalities.co.za for for more more figures figures and and statistics. statistics.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Composition of Council: ANC 53, BRA 14, EFF 4, DA 3, APC 2 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Sylvia Nxumalo Other Members of Council: Ruth Raganya (Speaker), Mandla Mapiyeye

FINANCIAL POSITION

(MPAC Chairperson), Leonard Malomane (Economic Development, Planning and Environment), Sylvia Mathebula (Corporate Services), Lebelelang Malebe (Chairperson: Service Delivery), Vioet Nkuna (Sport, Arts, Culture and Heritage), Krisjan Mokoena (Social Development), Bhunu Malandule (Technical Services), Phineas Selowe (Finance), Lindiwe Sithole (Public Safety, Disaster Management and DLTC) Municipal Manager: Mr C Lisa Chief Financial Officer: Mrs C A Nkuna Communications Officer: Mr Aubrey Mnisi (Communication Manager) LED Officer: Mr Solomon Nyembe Other Senior Management: Mr R Khoza (Director: Corporate Services), Mr E Mashava (Director: Technical Services), Dr Z Mkhabela (Director: Community Services), Mrs Sarah Mogakane (Director: Economic Development Planning and Environment)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Financially unqualified

Qualified audit

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

1 586 036

1 415 742

1 117 503

Total Expenditure

969 255

947 770

789 024

Surplus/(Deficit)

616 781

467 972

328 479

630 845

650 398

310 329

Total Revenue

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

1 316 895 461 662 3 699 904

780 697 664 469 2 677 968

903 922 620 891 2 180 875

656 942 116 422 n/a

375 371 135 582 635 130

369 306 213 635 119 227

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

2014/15

Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

1 343 110 47 6 352 368

1 384 200 46 3 308 915

SERVICE DELIVERY*

2015/16

2014/15

Inside Yard <200m from Yard Water >200m from Yard Households - Free Basic Service Total Customer Entities Served Electricity Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Flush Toilet - Septic Tank Sewerage Ventilated Pit Latrine Other Households - Free Basic Service

57 641 71 255 16 006 5 431 146 720 45 000 50 000 1 460 120 000 51 000 5 431

57 641 71 255 16 006 6 660 130 650 45 000 50 000 1 375 120 000 51 000 6 660

Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

MPUMALANGA

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

CITY OF MBOMBELA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (MP326) CONTACT DETAILS

Other Members of Council: Mandla Msibi (Speaker), Meshack Nsimbini

POSTAL: PO Box 45, Mbombela, 1200 PHYSICAL: 1 Nel Street, Mbombela Civic Centre, Mbombela, 1200 TEL: 013 759 9111 FAX: 013 759 2070 EMAIL: Customercare@mbombela.gov.za WEB: www.mbombela.gov.za

(Chief Whip), Vusi Mkhatshwa (Public Works and Transport, and Leader: Government Business), Elizabeth Gecelo-Mkhabela (Financial Services), Lizzy Nyalungu (Strategic Management Services), Sipho Siwela (Water and Sanitation), Busi Mdhluli (City Planning and Development), Constance Maseko (Corporate Services), Margareth Mlimi (Community Services), Phumzile Mashego (Energy), Amos Kumba (Regional Service Centres Coordination), Piet Nyalunga (Public Safety) Municipal Manager: Mr Neil Diamond (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Wiseman Khumalo (Acting) Communications Officer: Mr Joseph Ngala LED Officer: Mr Dumisani Mabuza Other Senior Management: Pat Msibi (Deputy Municipal Manager: Core Services), Sphetho Mhlongo (Deputy Municipal Manager: Auxiliary Services), Carol Zulu (Water and Sanitation), Jaco Landberg (Acting: Public Works and Transport), David Shabangu (Strategic Management Services), Jaco Landberg (Energy), Mandla Nkosi (Corporate Services), Derrick Ndlovu (Regional Centres Coordination), Comfort Makhanya (Public Safety), Momotho Thumbathi (Community Services), Dumisani Mabuza (City Planning and Development)

OVERVIEW Description: The City of Mbombela Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated in the Mpumalanga Province and forms part of the Ehlanzeni District. It is one of the four municipalities in the district, making up almost a third of its geographical area. It was established by the amalgamation of the Mbombela and Umjindi Local Municipalities in August 2016. Mbombela (previously Nelspruit) is the capital of the province. Mbombela is the Siswati word for ‘a lot of people together in a small space’. The city serves as a gateway to some of the best eco- and adventure activities in Southern Africa and, with its moderate climate, becomes the preferred tourist destination all year round. Its subtropical fruits (like mangoes, avocados, oranges, lemons, litchis and bananas) are a huge drawcard for visitors, and during springtime the blossoms of orange trees can be smelt kilometres away. For shopping enthusiasts, the city offers world-class shopping malls, casinos and entertainment venues with air-conditioning systems. This creates excellent opportunities for prospective investors and businesses to establish themselves in the area. Area: 7 141km2 Cities/Towns: Barberton, Emoyeni, Entokozweni, Hazyview, Kaapschehoop, Kabokweni, Kanyamazane, Luphisi, Matsulu, Mbombela, Mpakeni, Msogwaba, Ngodwana, Skukuza, Tekwane, White River Main Economic Sectors: Finance and business services, manufacturing, government services, community services, trade, transport and communications, agriculture, construction, mining

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 695 913 No Schooling: 11.7% Households: 206 136

Population Growth: 1.25% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 46.5% Formal Dwellings: 90.6%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 69, DA 13, EFF 6, REAOSA 1, VF PLUS 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Sibusiso Mathonsi For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

2016/17 Unaudited

R’000 2 920 175 2 403 491 516 684 741 424 592 765 510 970 5 468 067

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

890 634 193 654 n/a

Note: City of Mbombela Local Municipality was established by the amalgamation of Mbombela Local Municipality and Umjindi Local Municipality on 3 August 2016. Financial, Employment and Service Delivery information for the new municipality is only available from the 2016/17 financial year. View historical information for Mbombela Local Municipality and Umjindi Local Municipality at municipalities.co.za.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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NKOMAZI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (MP324) CONTACT DETAILS

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

POSTAL: Private Bag X101, Malalane, 1320 PHYSICAL: 9 Park Street, Malalane TEL: 013 790 0245 FAX: 013 790 0886 WEB: www.nkomazi.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Nkomazi Local Municipality is a Category B municipality located in the eastern part of the Ehlanzeni District in the Mpumalanga Province. The municipality is strategically placed between Swaziland (north of Swaziland) and Mozambique (east of Mozambique). It is also bounded by Kruger National Park to the north and City of Mbombela Local Municipality to the west. It is the smallest of four municipalities in the district, making up 17% of its geographical area. It is linked with Swaziland by two provincial roads, and with Mozambique by a railway line and the main national road (N4), which forms the Maputo Corridor. Area: 4 787km2 Cities/Towns: Komatipoort, Malalane, Marloth Park Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, mining, tourism

2016/17

2015/16

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

R’000

R’000

R’000

1 098 406

1 049 838

928 275

Total Expenditure

712 997

760 982

697 980

Surplus/(Deficit)

385 409

288 856

230 295

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

366 966

335 999

231 556

Total Current Assets

318 247

296 189

204 421

Total Current Liabilities

240 186

362 063

277 903

1 922 434

1 537 025

1 659 978

367 137

366 721

272 201

64 741

65 080

38 114

n/a

279 459

154 899

2015/16

2014/15

1 393

1 277

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Managerial Positions

Population: 410 907 No Schooling: 17.7% Households: 103 965

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

Population Growth: 1.01% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 36.1% Formal Dwellings: 91.7%

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

5

3

37

37

Vacant Managerial Positions

SERVICE DELIVERY*

5

3

314 855

277 293

2015/16

2014/15

60 068

60 068

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Inside Yard

Composition of Council: ANC 54, EFF 7, DA 4 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms T S Khoza Other Members of Council: Million Robert Shongwe (Speaker),

<200m from Yard

12 767

11 767

>200m from Yard

7 254

6 045

Simeon Mabuza (Chief Whip)

Water

Electricity

Municipal Manager: Mr Dan Ngwenya Sewerage

Households - Free Basic Service

20 947

12 937

Total Customer Entities Served

86 593

86 492

Households - Free Basic Service

20 947

12 937

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

7 746

7 317

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

3 767

2 867

Ventilated Pit Latrine

29 026

29 026

Other

45 500

43 737

Households - Free Basic Service

20 947

12 937

THABA CHWEU LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (MP321) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 61, Mashishing, 1120 PHYSICAL: Cnr Central & Viljoen Streets, Mashishing TEL: 013 235 7300 FAX: 013 235 1108 EMAIL: mm@thabachweumun.gov.za WEB: www.tclm.co.za

In the Sabie area, when travelling east of Mashishing through the Long Tom Pass, there are hectares of pine plantations. These mountains are part of the Drakensberg Mountain Range. Area: 5 719km2 Cities/Towns: Graskop, Lydenburg, Mashishing, Pilgrim’s Rest, Sabie Main Economic Sectors: Mining, forestry, agriculture, business services, tourism

OVERVIEW Description: The Thaba Chweu Local Municipality is a Category B

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

municipality located in the north-western region of the Mpumalanga Province in the Ehlanzeni District. It is one of four municipalities in the district. It came into being after the December 5th 2000 local government elections. The escarpment divides the district into eastern and western halves. The western half (Lydenburg district) is dominated by agricultural and farming activities, while forestry is the main economic activity of the eastern half (Sabie/Graskop district). Thaba Chweu is one of the major tourist attraction areas in South Africa. Mashishing (previously Lydenburg) is the oldest town in the province, and a hub of heritage where the famous Lydenburg Heads, which are said to date back to 400AD, were found in the 1950s. Also found here are old stone houses. Most of all, this is the home of trout fishing. Graskop is home to the Three Rondavels, The Blyde Canyon, Potholes, God’s Window, The Pinnacle, Berlin, Lisbon, and Graskop Falls, all of which are World Heritage Sites, and form the Panorama Route.

Population: 101 895 No Schooling: 4.5% Households: 37 022

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-17. pp13-15.

Population Growth: 0.80% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 46.8% Formal Dwellings: 84.2%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 17, DA 7, EFF 2, BRA 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mrs S Mashigo-Sekgobela Other Members of Council: Ms E T Mabuza (Speaker), Mrs I T Mokoena (Chief Whip), Mr J M Kock (MMC: Corporate and Human Settlement), Ms S Manzini (MMC: Community and Social Services, and LED), Mrs M T Mashego (MMC: Finance, Technical and Engineering) Municipal Manager: Mr T M P Kgoale Chief Financial Officer: Mr M L Mokwena Communications Officer: Mr Puleng Mapheto LED Officer: Mr Mxolosi Sibanyoni

*Refer *Refer to to municipalities.co.za municipalities.co.za for for more more figures figures and and statistics. statistics.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Disclaimer

Disclaimer

R’000

R’000

R’000

526 320

529 938

465 163

626 141

678 612

652 567

(99 820)

(148 675)

(187 404)

n/a

79 951

51 692

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

305 197

Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

87 983

2

Managerial Positions

36

13

3

2

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

149 405

126 957

SERVICE DELIVERY*

2015/16

2014/15

25 386

25 386

<200m from Yard

3 594

3 594

>200m from Yard

1 425

1 425

Households - Free Basic Service

8 490

8 660

Total Customer Entities Served

29 334

29 334

Inside Yard

Water

135 663

580 038

490 257

493 045

2 068 732

2 018 364

2 099 048

100 713

76 041

53 851

Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

452

86

Vacant Managerial Positions

21 150

5 237

8 997

n/a

95 712

197 590

Households - Free Basic Service

4 935

3 578

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

21 421

21 421

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

Sewerage

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

2014/15

562

Vacant Positions

Electricity

Total Current Assets

2015/16

Total Employment Positions

2016/17

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

Ventilated Pit Latrine

1 377

1 377

8 806

8 806

Other Households - Free Basic Service

147

147

3 935

3 578

MPUMALANGA

Other Senior Management: Mr J M Motankisi (Director: Corporate Services), Mr U Malungana (Director: Technical and Engineering Services), Ms S Matsi (Director: Community and Social Services), Ms S Mathebula (Director: LED, Planning and Human Settlement)

GERT SIBANDE DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC30) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 1748, Ermelo, 2350 PHYSICAL: Cnr Joubert & Oosthuise Streets, Ermelo TEL: 017 801 7000 FAX: 017 811 1207 EMAIL: records@gsibande.gov.za WEB: www.gsibande.gov.za

Carolina Breyten

Leandra

GOVAN MBEKI

Kinross

Davel Bethal

Secunda

OVERVIEW

Balfour

Description: The Gert Sibande District Municipality is a Category C municipality located in the Mpumalanga Province. It is bordered by the Ehlanzeni and Nkangala District Municipalities to the north, KwaZulu-Natal and the Free State to the south, Swaziland to the east, and Gauteng to the west. The district is the largest of the three districts in the province, making up almost half of its geographical area. It is comprised of seven local municipalities: Govan Mbeki, Chief Albert Luthuli, Msukaligwa, Dipaleseng, Mkhondo, Lekwa and Dr Pixley ka Isaka Seme. Highways that pass through Gert Sibande District Municipality include the N11, which goes through to the N2 in KwaZulu-Natal, the N17 from Gauteng passing through to Swaziland, and the N3 from Gauteng to KwaZulu-Natal. Area: 31 841km2 Main Economic Sectors: Manufacturing (57.4%), agriculture (41.4%), trade (25.8%), transport (24.5%), finance (21.2%), mining (14.1%), community services (12.3%), construction (2.1%)

Grootvlei

Sheepmoor

Morgenzon

LEKWA

DIPALESENG

Standerton

Volksrust

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 14, DA 3, EFF 2 (40% PR Seats) Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Muzi Gibson Chirwa Other Members of Council: Joshua Mangaliso Nkosi (Speaker), Trevor Siboniso Nkosi (Whip of Council), Snana Emily Dhlamini (MMC: Budget and Treasury), Bheki Michael Buthelezi (MMC: Planning and Economic Development), Lindi L Masina (MMC: Corporate Services), Dumisile G Nhlengethwa (MMC: Community and Social Services), Noliqwa S Nhlapo (MMC: Infrastructure and Technical Services), Busisiwe G Sekhonde (MMC: Special Projects, Youth and Rural Development), N N Zulu (MPAC Chairperson) Municipal Manager: Mr Cijimpi Absenia Habile Chief Financial Officer: Mr Francois Gates (Acting) Communications Officer: Zakhele Shiba LED Officer: Ms Gugu Mokgatsi

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Iswepe eMkhondo

MKHONDO

Wakkerstroom

Other Senior Management: Mr Dan Hlanyane (Acting General Manager: Community and Social Services), Ms Pretty Chiloane (Acting General Manager: Planning and Economic Development), Mr Monwabisi Barnabas (Acting General Manager: Corporate Services), Mr M E Thabethe (General Manager: Infrastructure and Technical Services), Ms Victoria Tshabalala (Head: Scientific Services), Mr Samuel Lukhele (Chief of Staff), Mr Yogan Govender (Senior Manager: ICT)

Population: 1 135 409 No Schooling: 10.8% Households: 333 815

Population Growth: 1.93% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 40.3% Formal Dwellings: 78.0%

Amersfoort

DR PIXLEY KA ISAKA SEME

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Lothair

Ermelo

MSUKALIGWA

Embalenhle

Greylingstad

CHIEF ALBERT LUTHULI

Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

2016/17 Unaudited

2015/16

2014/15

Qualified Financially audit unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

381 689 283 531 98 158 9 464

299 348 297 361 1 988 2 209

323 947 316 653 7 294 5 413

290 157 114 998 463 664

115 619 46 869 365 720

68 368 49 524 350 012

12 677 91 296 n/a

59 951 84 644 37

30 335 30 995 134

2015/16

2014/15

263 2 47 2 111 332

250 1 43 1 105 683

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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CHIEF ALBERT LUTHULI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (MP301) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 24, Carolina, 1185 PHYSICAL: 28 Kerk Street, Carolina TEL: 017 843 4000 FAX: 017 843 4001 EMAIL: mm@albertluthuli.gov.za WEB: www.albertluthuli.gov.za

LED Officer: Ms W M Mkhwanazi Other Senior Management: S F Mndebele (Director: Corporate Services), Z F Mkhwanazi (Director: Community Services), D Modimogale (Director: Technical Services), K B Makgopa (Director: Public Safety), T E Lukhele (Director: Planning and Development)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

OVERVIEW Description: The Chief Albert Luthuli Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Gert Sibande District in the Mpumalanga Province. It is one of seven municipalities in the district. The municipality is named after the great leader of the people and the movement, ANC Chief Albert Luthuli. Carolina is the seat of the municipality. The N17 cuts through the south-eastern part of the area, as well as other regional mobility routes, namely the R36, R33 and R38. The majority of rural settlements occur in the eastern part of the municipality, with access provided by the R541, N17 and various secondary routes. Other key features include forestry areas in the central and southern areas of the CALLM, a river system, and the Nooitgedacht and Vygeboom Dams, as well as the edge of a greater wetland region. Economic activities that are dominant spatially in the municipality include agriculture, forestry and mining. Retail and services are concentrated in Carolina and also in smaller centres such as Elukwatini and eManzana (previously Badplaas). Area: 5 559km2 Cities/Towns: Carolina, Ekulindeni, Empuluzi, eManzana Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, mining, tourism, forestry, manufacturing

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 187 629 No Schooling: 15.5% Households: 53 480

Population Growth: 0.20% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 37.6% Formal Dwellings: 80.2%

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

(Chief Whip)

Municipal Manager: Mr V N Mpila Chief Financial Officer: Mr P J Nhlabathi Communications Officer: Mr D Nhlabathi

2014/15

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

397 162

485 293

450 051

Total Expenditure

392 897

405 063

393 325

4 265

80 230

56 726

120 602

114 048

147 493

Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets

171 873

137 781

118 009

Total Current Liabilities

62 272

218 238

192 263

1 071 992

855 631

775 401

104 926

119 205

129 679

6 714

(64)

3 921

n/a

103 180

116 511

2015/16

2014/15

527

518

Vacant Positions

31

43

Managerial Positions

33

33

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Water

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 41, EFF 4, DA 2, APC 1, IFP 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Dan Nkosi Other Members of Council: M W Mngomezulu (Speaker), L L Sidu

Unaudited

2015/16

Qualified Financially audit unqualified

Electricity

0

151 094

131 244

2015/16

2014/15

33 510

33 510

<200m from Yard

3 849

3 849

>200m from Yard

9 846

9 846

Households - Free Basic Service

48 000

47 205

Total Customer Entities Served

49 421

49 421

Households - Free Basic Service

18 479

17 658

11 147

11 147

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

Sewerage

3

792

792

Ventilated Pit Latrine

18 196

18 196

Other

18 647

18 647

Households - Free Basic Service

4 306

4 278

DIPALESENG LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (MP306) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X10005, Balfour, 2410 PHYSICAL: Cnr Johnny Makoena Drive & Themba Shozi Street, Balfour TEL: 017 773 0055 FAX: 017 773 0169 EMAIL: dipaleseng@worldonline.co.za WEB: www.dipaleseng.gov.za

Cities/Towns: Balfour, Greylingstad, Grootvlei Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture and mining

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 45 232 No Schooling: 6.6% Households: 14 877

Population Growth: 1.47% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 35.2% Formal Dwellings: 73.7%

OVERVIEW Description: The Dipaleseng Local Municipality is a Category B

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

municipality situated in the Gert Sibande District in the Mpumalanga Province. It is bordered by Lekwa and Govan Mbeki to the east, the Free State Province to the south, and the Gauteng Province to the west. It is the smallest of seven municipalities in the district. Balfour is the seat of the municipality and is its major town. It is situated approximately 80km south-east of Johannesburg. The close proximity of the municipality to Gauteng allows for the spillover effects of development in Gauteng to be enjoyed in this municipality. The three major urban nodes in the area are Balfour/Siyathemba, Greylingstad/Nthorwane and Grootvlei. The major roads that transverse the municipal area are the N3, which runs from Johannesburg to Durban, and the R23 from Pretoria to Volksrust. The Johannesburg—KwaZulu-Natal railway system runs through the municipal area. Area: 2 645km2

Composition of Council: ANC 9, DA 2, EFF 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mafunda Lendu Makhubu Other Members of Council: B K Nkosi (Speaker), M D Khanye (MMC:

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-17. pp13-15.

Infrastructure Services, Public Safety, and Planning and Development), Z S Ngwenya (MMC: Community Services and Corporate Services) Municipal Manager: Ms Conny Mametja (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Ms A Ngema Communications Officer: Ms P Sidu LED Officer: Ms O Dlamini Other Senior Management: Mr L Msibi (Director: Infrastructure Services), Mr V Madonsela (Community Services and Public Safety), Mr B Ntuli (Acting Director: Corporate Services), Ms L Makaya (Planning and Economic Development)

*Refer *Refer to to municipalities.co.za municipalities.co.za for for more more figures figures and and statistics. statistics.

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2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Managerial Positions

Total Revenue

209 254

200 065

212 431

Vacant Managerial Positions

230 653

221 135

192 351

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

Surplus/(Deficit)

(21 399)

(21 070)

20 080

21 644

63 626

83 578

Total Current Assets

46 940

Total Current Liabilities

39 047

45 480

51 474

121 508

109 785

393 606

298 179

227 797

Operating Cash Flow

26 333

19 583

61 191

Cash at Year End

33 746

23 625

24 852

n/a

49 069

26 833

Community Wealth/Equity

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Water

Households - Free Basic Service

Electricity

216

Sewerage

5

9

12

13

0

2

55 651

51 871

2015/16

2014/15

11 313

11 313

10 460

10 460

Total Customer Entities Served

8 301

8 301

Households - Free Basic Service

4 532

4 553

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE

2014/15

185

Vacant Positions

Total Expenditure

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

2015/16

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank Households - Free Basic Service

8 119

8 119

2 264

2 264

10 460

408

MPUMALANGA

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

DR PIXLEY KA ISAKA SEME LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (MP304) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X9011, Volksrust, 2470 PHYSICAL: Cnr Adelaide Tambo Street & Dr Nelson Mandela Drive, Volksrust TEL: 017 734 6100 FAX: 086 630 2209 EMAIL: records@pixleykaseme.gov.za WEB: www.pixleykaseme.gov.za

Mayor: Mr Phalaborwa Vincent Malatsi Other Members of Council: I L Mkhwanazi (Speaker) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Mercy Phetla Communications Officer: Mr Sibonelo Ndlhela Other Senior Management: Mr Benson Shabalala (HOD: Corporate Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

OVERVIEW Description: The Dr Pixley Ka Isaka Seme Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Gert Sibande District in the Mpumalanga Province. It is bordered by Msukaligwa in the north, the Free State and KwaZulu-Natal Provinces in the south, Mkhondo in the east, and Lekwa in the west. It is one of the seven municipalities that make up the district, accounting for 16% of its geographical area. The municipality is named after Pixley Ka Isaka Seme, a founder and president of the African National Congress. Volksrust is the seat of the municipality. Area: 5 227km2 Cities/Towns: Amersfoort, Perdekop, Volksrust, Wakkerstroom Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture (20%), trade (19.9%), community services (16.4%), construction (12.1%), finance (5.9%), manufacturing (4.6%), transport (4.4%), utilities (3.8%), mining (2.2%)

2016/17

AUDIT OUTCOME

Population: 85 395 No Schooling: 17.6% Households: 22 546

Population Growth: 0.58% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 35.7% Formal Dwellings: 88.9%

2014/15

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

311 165

293 106

262 821

Total Expenditure

278 506

253 781

340 478

Surplus/(Deficit)

32 660

39 324

(77 657)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

68 106

44 640

33 677

Total Current Assets

182 512

167 662

103 457

Total Current Liabilities

45 872

56 143

44 378

731 639

701 149

661 825

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

36 105

55 831

7 064

Cash at Year End

86 372

82 887

55 469

n/a

14 487

22 077

2015/16

2014/15

116

103

Vacant Positions

31

18

Managerial Positions

17

11

UIFW EXPENDITURE

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

2015/16

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Vacant Managerial Positions

Composition of Council: ANC 16, DA 2, EFF 1, IFP 1, INDEPENDENT 1 Controlling Party: ANC

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

6

0

74 576

78 022

GOVAN MBEKI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (MP307) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X1017, Secunda, 2302 PHYSICAL: Horwood Street, Secunda CBD TEL: 017 620 6000 FAX: 017 634 8019 EMAIL: gbrecords@govanmbeki.gov.za WEB: www.govanmbeki.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Govan Mbeki Local Municipality (previously Highveld East Local Municipality) is situated in the Gert Sibande District in the Mpumalanga Province. It is bordered by the Nkangala District in the north, Dipaleseng and Lekwa in the south, Msukaligwa in the east, and the Gauteng Province in the west. It is one of the smallest of seven municipalities that make up the district, accounting for 9% of its geographical area. Secunda is the seat of the municipality, as well as the seat of the district municipality.

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Area: 2 955km2 Cities/Towns: Bethal, Charl Cilliers, Embalenhle, Evander, Kinross, Leandra, Secunda, Trichardt

Main Economic Sectors: Mining, manufacturing, trade, construction

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 340 091 No Schooling: 6.5% Households: 108 894

Population Growth: 3.27% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 47.8% Formal Dwellings: 76.3%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 36, DA 15, EFF 9, VF PLUS 2, SAPROMO 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Flora Maboa-Boltman Other Members of Council: Nhlakanipho Zuma (Speaker), Doctor Mtshali (Chief Whip), Antony Makhaye (MMC: Technical Services), Thandi Ngxonono (MMC: Finance), Ethel Nkosi (MMC: Community Services),

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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SERVICE DELIVERY*

Betty Ndaba (MMC: Corporate Services), Sakhile Mahlangu (MMC: Planning and Development), Thandi Mtsweni (MMC: Special Projects), Cyril Gwiji (MPAC Chairperson) Municipal Manager: Thisha Mhlanga Chief Financial Officer: Bongumusa Sithole Communications Officer: Bheki Kubheka LED Officer: Mr Sabelo Vilakazi Other Senior Management: Nomalizo Wetbooi (Director: Planning and Development), Lucas Mahlangu (Director: Corporate Services), Thokozile Zulu (Director: Community Services), Matimba Masia (Director: Technical Services), King Sihlali (Regional Manager: Region 1), Ernest Michelle (Regional Manager: Region 2), Mangaliso Mashiane (Regional Manager: Region 3)

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

Sewerage

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

39

39

431 539

408 596

2015/16

2014/15

95 665

95 665

<200m from Yard

2 786

2 786

>200m from Yard

2 746

2 746

Households - Free Basic Service

8 394

8 394

Inside Yard

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

72 360

72 360

9 893

9 893

89 997

89 997

1 508

1 508

3 114

3 114

8 394

8 394

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

1 416 691

1 612 406

1 553 353

Total Expenditure

2 048 703

1 794 818

1 697 455

Surplus/(Deficit)

(632 013)

(182 412)

(144 102)

61 207

121 743

155 289

Total Revenue

1 784

SERVICE DELIVERY*

Ventilated Pit Latrine

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

1 873

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank Households - Free Basic Service

2014/15

Managerial Positions

Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

2015/16

Total Employment Positions

Water

Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

265 811

277 866

191 391

978 052

756 815

575 220

2 090 107

2 752 803

2 935 212

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

85 284

61 979

104 937

Cash at Year End

39 387

14 997

18 396

n/a

123 821

76 861

UIFW EXPENDITURE

LEKWA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (MP305) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 66, Standerton, 2430 PHYSICAL: Cnr Mbonani Mayisela & Dr Beyers Naude Streets, Standerton TEL: 017 712 9600 FAX: 017 712 6808 WEB: www.lekwalm.gov.za

LED Officer: Mr Robert Mkhabela Other Senior Management: Mr S S Nkosi (Executive Manager: Corporate Services), Ms T Matladi (Executive Manager: Development and Planning), Mr H Shai (Executive Manager: Technical Services), Ms M Radebe (Executive Manager: Community Services and Safety)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

OVERVIEW Description: The Lekwa Local Municipality is Category B municipality situated within the Gert Sibande District in the Mpumalanga Province. It is one of seven municipalities in the district. It was established on the 5th of December 2000 after the amalgamation of three former Transitional Local Councils, namely Standerton, Sakhile and Morgenzon. It is located in the south-west of the district, with immediate entrances to the KwaZulu-Natal, Gauteng and Free State Provinces. Newcastle, Heidelberg and Vrede are respective immediate entrances. Standerton serves as an urban node, whilst Morgenzon, which is 45km north-east of Standerton, serves as a satellite node. The Lekwa Municipality lies on the large open plains of the Highveld region, which is characterised by tall grass, and it is transversed by the Vaal River, which flows in a western direction. The municipality is named after the Vaal River, which is commonly known as Lekwa (the Sesotho name for the Vaal River). Area: 4 557km2 Cities/Towns: Morgenzon, Standerton Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, forestry and fishing (30%), community, social and personal services (13%), private households (12%)

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

R’000

R’000

607 901

601 723

908 022

815 928

770 582

(332 056)

(208 027)

(168 859)

45 637

26 579

32 589

124 574

107 337

673 430

481 552

374 585

Community Wealth/Equity

1 182 787

871 665

1 105 029

Operating Cash Flow

(121 350)

(5 572)

37 040

Cash at Year End

(163 356)

3 755

33 704

n/a

282 148

165 422

2015/16

2014/15

610

739

Vacant Positions

54

218

Managerial Positions

36

39

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

R’000 575 966

203 062

Population: 123 419 No Schooling: 9.3% Households: 37 334

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 20, DA 5, CVC 3, EFF 2 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Lindokuhle Blessing Robert Dhlamini Other Members of Council: Harriet Khota (Speaker), Ms V T Malinga

Water Electricity

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-17. pp13-15.

Sewerage

6

9

150 612

138 218

2015/16

2014/15

30 198

30 198

<200m from Yard

1 832

873

Households - Free Basic Service

3 937

2 989

Total Customer Entities Served

31 544

28 167

Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

(Mayco), Ms B P Mollo (Mayco)

Municipal Manager: Mr Linda Tshabalala Chief Financial Officer: Mr R A Morris Communications Officer: Ms Thobeka Mtshiselwa

Financially Financially unqualified unqualified

Total Current Assets

Vacant Managerial Positions

Population Growth: 1.48% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 35.7% Formal Dwellings: 77.5%

2014/15

Total Current Liabilities

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Unaudited

2015/16

Ventilated Pit Latrine Other Households - Free Basic Service

3 937

2 989

27 485

27 216

2 191

2 191

0

53

3 937

2 989

*Refer *Refer to to municipalities.co.za municipalities.co.za for for more more figures figures and and statistics. statistics.

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POSTAL: PO Box 23, eMkhondo, 2380 PHYSICAL: 33 Mark & De Wet Streets, eMkhondo TEL: 017 826 8100 FAX: 017 826 3129 WEB: www.mkhondo.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Mkhondo Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Gert Sibande District in the Mpumalanga Province. It is a gateway to the province from KwaZulu-Natal and Swaziland. It is ideally situated halfway between the Gauteng metropolis (Johannesburg and Pretoria) and the Natal coast (Richards Bay and Durban). It is one of the seven municipalities in the district. The municipality amalgamated two former Transitional Local Councils and two Transitional Rural Councils – the historic towns of Piet Retief and Amsterdam. It is the main link for both industrial and commercial transport from Gauteng to the import/export harbour at Richards Bay. Piet Retief, now known as eMkhondo, is surrounded by forestry and plantations. Much of its economy originates from these sources. Three major sawmills, Mondi, Tafibra and PG Bison, are located just outside of eMkhondo. These play a crucial role in boosting a welldiversified economy, and the other components of manufacturing, personal services, real estate and tourism. Amsterdam/KwaThandeka and its rural nodes in the Mkhondo municipal area are fundamentally agricultural and have forestry support. Mondi, Sappi, TWK and Komati Land Forests are the major companies that lead the forestry industry in the area. Several scattered pockets of mining are found in the municipal area of jurisdiction. Natural conservation and tourist activities also contribute towards the socio-economic conditions of the municipality. A number of South African Heritage Sites are found within the municipality. These include the Entombe Battlefield, Rooikraal, Confidence, Kalkoenvlakte and Heyshope Dam. The Morgestond and Athole Nature Reserves and Amsterdam Conservation are two sites managed by the Mpumalanga Parks Board. Area: 4 882km2 Cities/Towns: Amsterdam, eMkhondo (Piet Retief) Main Economic Sectors: Forestry, agriculture, transport, mining

Other Senior Management: Mr Mtha’ Mkhonza (GM: Corporate Services), Ms Lebo Mathebula (GM: Technical Services), Mr Absy Mahlangu (GM: Planning and Economic Development), Mr Wandile Nkonyanane (GM: Community Services), Mr Vusi Dube (SM: Solid Waste, Parks and Gardens), Mr Mdu Thabede (SM: Secretariat and Auxilliary Services), Ms Wendy Mahlanu (SM: IDP/LED and Tourism), Ms Buyi Nxumalo (SM: Legal and Properties), Ms Ayanda Ngcobo (SM: Town Planning, Human Settlements and Building Control), Mr Consent Masango (SM: Public Safety), Ms Thandeka Mazibuko (SM: Water and Sanitation), Mr Mdu Ngwenya (Acting SM: Expenditure), Mr Cedrick Munzelele (SM: Revenue), Mr Ralton Lewis (SM: ICT), Ms Lyzette Botha (SM: HR Management), Mr Comfort Mango (Manager: Risk Management), Mr Andreas Ngcobo (SM: Internal Audit), Mr Kevin Segooa (SM: Budget and Finance Reporting), Mr Salakwande Mngomezulu (SM: Perfomance Management System), Mr Alfred Mambane (SM: Electrical Services), Mr Hank Nel (SM: Roads and Storm Water), Mr Lucky Mbuyane (SM: Supply Chain Management), Mr Muzi Manyathi (Manager: Target Groups) FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

MPUMALANGA

CONTACT DETAILS

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Qualified audit

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

513 973

577 018

420 238

Total Expenditure

555 532

490 705

433 625

Surplus/(Deficit)

(41 560)

86 313

(13 387)

80 749

212 729

97 580

Total Revenue

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

51 491

59 562

65 066

225 647

181 357

155 258

1 249 903

1 303 534

1 215 172

69 292

197 152

75 632

1 500

4 026

2 152

n/a

61 609

279 591

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

2015/16

2014/15

Total Employment Positions

581

649

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Vacant Positions

84

97

Population: 189 036 No Schooling: 15.0% Households: 45 595

Managerial Positions

28

27

Population Growth: 2.15% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 32.6% Formal Dwellings: 75.0%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 29, DA 4, EFF 3, APC 1, IFP 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Vusi Motha Other Members of Council: Ngelosi Ndhlovu (Speaker), Mhlaliseni Yende (Whip), Mary Thwala (Chairperson: MPAC), Jan Mnisi (MMC: Financial Services, and Planning and Economic Development), Dan Thwala (MMC: Community and Technical Services), Thembi Khumalo (MMC: Corporate Services and Executive Mayor’s Office) Municipal Manager: Mr Madubula Mabuza Chief Financial Officer: Mr Steven Thobela Communications Officer: Mr Musa Shongwe LED Officer: Ms Wendy Mahlangu

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Water

Electricity

1

141 828

125 373

2015/16

2014/15

24 912

24 092

<200m from Yard

7 147

7 147

>200m from Yard

7 358

7 542

Households - Free Basic Service

38 125

12 532

Total Customer Entities Served

40 436

40 436

Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

Sewerage

7

535

1 182

19 849

14 820

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

4 637

993

Ventilated Pit Latrine

2 430

3 051

Other

11 569

19 621

535

1 182

Households - Free Basic Service

MSUKALIGWA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (MP302) CONTACT DETAILS

OVERVIEW

POSTAL: PO Box 48, Ermelo, 2350 PHYSICAL: Cnr Kerk & Taute Streets, Ermelo TEL: 017 801 3500 FAX: 017 801 3851 WEB: www.msukaligwa.gov.za

Description: The Msukaligwa Local Municipality is a Category B

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

municipality situated within the Gert Sibande District in the Mpumalanga Province. It is bordered in the north by the Nkangala District and Chief Albert Luthuli, in the south by Lekwa and Dr Pixley Ka Isaka Seme, in the east by Mkhondo, and in the west by Govan Mbeki.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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It is the largest of the seven municipalities that make up the district, accounting for 19% of its geographical area. Ermelo is the seat of the municipality. Area: 6 016km2 Cities/Towns: Breyten, Chrissiesmeer, Davel, Ermelo, Lothair Main Economic Sectors: Finance (23.8%), community services (20.9%), transport (17.5%), trade (14.4%), mining (12.2%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 164 608 No Schooling: 10.6% Households: 51 089

Population Growth: 2.21% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 41.7% Formal Dwellings: 79.1%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 29, DA 5, EFF 3, VF PLUS 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Buti Joseph Mkhaliphi Other Members of Council: Mr Buti Joseph Mkhaliphi (Mayor and LED), Ms Mapulane Nkosi (Speaker), Phumzile Mashiane (Council Whip), Ms Elizabeth Msezane (MMC: Corporate Services and Finance), Ms Agnes Mnisi (MMC: Public Safety), Ms Link Mnisi (MMC: Technical Services and Planning and Development), Ms Juliet Bal (MMC: Community Services) Municipal Manager: Mr Daniel Isaac Maluleke (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Masego Matshega Communications Officer: Mr Mandla Zwane LED Officer: Mr Bongani Zwane Other Senior Management: Mr Sikhumbuzo Magudulela (Director: Technical Services), Mr Bonginkosi Sibeko (Director: Community Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Disclaimer

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

R’000

R’000

R’000

627 758

586 429

519 454

852 104

747 141

659 056

(224 346)

(160 712)

(139 601)

46 663

46 289

33 767

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets

118 928

114 109

115 315

708 341

515 362

418 201

1 104 075

1 349 966

1 511 759

29 723

33 287

52 985

2 176

19 265

29 959

n/a

262 407

272 193

2015/16

2014/15

762

789

Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions

113

92

Managerial Positions

38

36

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Water

11

6

165 152

159 181

2015/16

2014/15

43 893

33 203

<200m from Yard

2 953

3 164

>200m from Yard

0

2 868

Households - Free Basic Service

Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served

10 891

10 765

42 222

34 349

Households - Free Basic Service

10 891

10 765

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

31 844

28 910

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

Sewerage

Ventilated Pit Latrine

912

912

2 014

3 805

Other Households - Free Basic Service

4 125

321

10 891

10 765

NKANGALA DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC31) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 437, Middelburg, 1050 PHYSICAL: 2A Walter Sisulu Street, Middelburg TEL: 013 249 2000 FAX: 013 249 2087 WEB: www.nkangaladm.gov.za

Seabe Nokaneng

Marapjane

DR JS MOROKA Kwaggafontein

THEMBISILE HANI

EMAKHAZENI

STEVE TSHWETE

Description: The Nkangala District Municipality is a Category C municipality in the Mpumalanga Province. It is the smallest district of the three in the province, making up 22% of its geographical area. It is comprised of six local municipalities: Victor Khanye, Emalahleni, Steve Tshwete, Emakhazeni, Thembisile Hani, and Dr JS Moroka. The district’s headquarters are in Middelburg. Nkangala is at the economic hub of Mpumalanga, and is rich in minerals and natural resources. A strength of the district is the Maputo Corridor, which brings increased potential for economic growth and tourism development. The proximity to Gauteng opens up opportunities to a larger market, which is of benefit to the district’s agricultural and manufacturing sectors. The further potential inherent in exporting goods provides opportunities that need to be investigated. Area: 16 758km2 Main Economic Sectors: Mining, manufacturing, energy, agriculture

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 1 445 624 No Schooling: 9.0% Households: 421 144

Dullstroom Stoffberg

KwaMhlanga

OVERVIEW

Population Growth: 2.27% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 43.7% Formal Dwellings: 81.6%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 15, DA 4, EFF 3 (40% PR Seats) Controlling Party: ANC

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-17. pp13-15.

Kromdraai

Emgwenya

Belfast eMakhazeni

Mhluzi

eNtokozweni

Middelburg

eMalahleni

VICTOR KHANYE Eloff

Delmas

Ogies Van Dyksdrif Kendal

EMALAHLENI

Rietkuil Hendrina

Kriel

Mayor: Linah Malatjie Other Members of Council: Lucky Ndinisa (Speaker), Kabelo Jonas Boshomane (Chief Whip), Grace Mthimunye (MMC: Finance), Lesetja Dikgale (MMC: Infrastructure and Service Delivery), Refilwe Mahlobogoane (MMC: Corporate, Human Resources and Legal Services), Mduduzi Nkosi (MMC: LED, Rural Development, Agriculture and Tourism), Thembi Masilela (MMC: Development, Planning, Human Settlement, Public Safety and Transport), Siponono Mahlangu (MMC: Social Services; Disaster Management; Youth, Women and the Disabled; Sport, Arts and Culture; Health; and Education) Municipal Manager: Ms M M Skosana Chief Financial Officer: Mrs A L Stander Communications Officer: Mr David Masombuka LED Officer: Mr Boetie Mathe (Acting: Planning and Economic Development)

*Refer *Refer to to municipalities.co.za municipalities.co.za for for more more figures figures and and statistics. statistics.

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EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

2014/15

241

267

Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions

0

61

36

41

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

0

12

102 942

83 966

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited Clean audit Clean audit

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

387 883 364 051 23 832 34 803

381 765 356 846 24 919 29 181

366 772 338 940 27 832 25 124

570 859 58 213 693 744

556 574 40 872 666 405

599 556 48 349 641 486

UIFW EXPENDITURE

32 158 455 442 n/a

66 361 462 348 1 893

77 526 432 380 22 816

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Qualified audit

Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

MPUMALANGA

Other Senior Management: Mr Trevor Segoane (Acting: Corporate Services), Mr Jackson Skosana (Acting: Technical Services), Ms Tebogo Matoane (Social Services), Mr Boetie Mathe (Development and Planning Unit), Ms Fikile Maseko (LED Unit)

DR JS MOROKA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (MP316) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X4012, Siyabuswa, 0472 PHYSICAL: 2601/3 Bongimfundo Street, Siyabuswa TEL: 013 973 1101 FAX: 013 973 0974/2138 WEB: www.moroka.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Dr JS Moroka Local Municipality is a Category B

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

536 795

608 825

560 145

Total Expenditure

603 127

593 313

462 999

Surplus/(Deficit)

(66 332)

15 512

97 146

123 603

143 910

156 818

36 197

78 587

132 675

15 317

89 573

85 188

1 476 876

1 811 205

1 477 604

123 632

136 080

88 056

14 182

2 888

15 510

n/a

109 859

137 207

2015/16

2014/15

547

516

Total Revenue

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

municipality situated within the Nkangala District in the north-western part of the Mpumalanga Province. It is the smallest of six municipalities in the district, making up 8% of its geographical area. Siyabuswa is the capital town. The municipality forms part of the larger economic region of the City of Tshwane, City of Johannesburg, Emalahleni and Steve Tshwete Municipalities, due to the fact that these areas provide employment opportunities to a sizable number of the municipality’s population. The geographical area includes 55 villages. It is characterised by a variety of urban, peri-urban and rural areas. Land use is largely for residential purposes, with some pieces of land falling under the control of traditional leadership. There is huge potential for growth in the tourism industry in this area. Area: 1 416km2 Cities/Towns: Mdala Nature Reserve Main Economic Sectors: Tourism

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

SERVICE DELIVERY*

Population: 246 016 No Schooling: 13.8% Households: 62 367

Population Growth: -0.34% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 36.8% Formal Dwellings: 91.5%

Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions

73

3

Managerial Positions

48

32

Vacant Managerial Positions

Inside Yard

Water

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 43, EFF 10, DA 4, AIC 1, APC 1, F4SD 1, INDEPENDENT 1, PAC 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Gijima Skhosana

Other Members of Council: R S Mathabe (Speaker), M S Ntlailane (Chief Whip)

Electricity

Sewerage

13

3

182 501

160 013

2015/16

2014/15

38 197

37 241

<200m from Yard

3 744

3 951

>200m from Yard

20 307

20 307

Households - Free Basic Service

4 387

1 383

Total Customer Entities Served

64 377

61 399

Households - Free Basic Service

4 387

1 383

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

9 431

9 431

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank Ventilated Pit Latrine Households - Free Basic Service

1 381

1 381

52 321

52 321

824

1 383

Municipal Manager: Mr Stanley Mahlangu

EMAKHAZENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (MP314) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 17, eMakhazeni, 1100 PHYSICAL: 25 Scheepers Street, eMakhazeni TEL: 013 253 7600 FAX: 013 253 2440 EMAIL: municipality@emakhazenilm.co.za WEB: www.emakhazeni.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Emakhazeni Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Nkangala District in the heart of the Mpumalanga Province. It is bordered by City of Mbombela in the east

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

and Steve Tshwete in the west. It is the largest of the six municipalities in the district, making up almost a third of its geographical area. The N4 Maputo Corridor, which traverses the region from west to east, and the R555 from Middelburg and R33 from eMakhazeni (previously Belfast), which converge at Stoffberg Road in the northwest, are the main connecting roads forming part of the major roads of the municipality. The area is a nature-lover’s paradise, South Africa’s premier fly fishing mecca, host to some of the subcontinent’s rarest birds, and offers the best rock climbing and most spectacular wild flower displays – all just two hours from the metropolitan centres of Gauteng and Mozambique.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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The Trout Triangle area is situated on the highest part of the Steenkampsberg Plateau at approximately 2 072m above sea level, with the Dullstroom station being the highest point in Mpumalanga. The Suikerboschkop koppies are situated in the west of the area. There are various rivers and watercourses traversing the area, and numerous wetlands and sensitive environmental areas associated with these rivers, particularly around Dullstroom. There are four nature reserves in the area. Area: 4 736km2 Cities/Towns: Dullstroom, Emgwenya (Waterval Boven), eMakhazeni, eNtokozweni (Machadodorp) Main Economic Sectors: Mining (28.7%), transport (25.1%), community services (14.2%), finance (8.5%), trade (7.7%), manufacturing (6.9%), agriculture (3.8%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 48 149 No Schooling: 16.0% Households: 14 633

Population Growth: 0.44% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 37.8% Formal Dwellings: 80.4%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 11, DA 3, EFF 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr X S Ngwenya Other Members of Council: Nomhle Adelaide Mashele (Speaker), T Masha (Chief Whip) Municipal Manager: Ms E Tshabalala Chief Financial Officer: Mrs M M Ngwenya Communications Officer: Mr Fenter Khumalo LED Officer: Mr L D Mkhonza Other Senior Management: N Singh (Manager: Community Services), Mr L O Sindane (Manager: Technical Services), Mr Ishmail Abdullah (Manager: Corporate Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Disclaimer

R’000

R’000

R’000

269 622 264 301 5 321 76 427

250 034 277 258 (27 224) 32 452

166 526 165 150 1 376 22 946

155 458 71 476 1 039 854

45 142 124 339 859 581

97 744 115 728 609 336

30 517 (9 616) n/a

28 346 9 306 42 721

17 131 6 636 50 666

2015/16

2014/15

555 62 22 2 74 568

403 43 21 0 66 587

2015/16

2014/15

13 949 200 11 363 15 638 1 440 12 499 208 130 1 440

13 949 200 1 471 15 000 1 471 12 499 30 130 1 471

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard <200m from Yard Water Households - Free Basic Service Total Customer Entities Served Electricity Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Flush Toilet - Septic Tank Sewerage Ventilated Pit Latrine Households - Free Basic Service

EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (MP312) CONTACT DETAILS

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

POSTAL: PO Box 3, eMalahleni, 1035 PHYSICAL: Civic Centre, Cnr Mandela & Arras Streets, eMalahleni TEL: 013 690 6911 FAX: 013 690 6207 EMAIL: admin@emalahleni.gov.za WEB: www.emalahleni.gov.za

Population: 455 228 No Schooling: 4.7% Households: 150 420

OVERVIEW Description: The Emalahleni Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated in the Mpumalanga Province within the Nkangala District. It forms part of the western regions of the province and borders onto the Gauteng Province. Thembisile Hani and Victor Khanye, and City of Tshwane Metro in Gauteng, border the municipality to the north and west. The Gert Sibande District borders it to the south and Steve Tshwete is located to the east. It is one of six municipalities in the district. The Emalahleni Municipality is strategically located in terms of the provincial context and transport network. It is situated in close proximity to the City of Ekurhuleni, City of Johannesburg and City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipalities in Gauteng, and is connected to these areas by the N4 and N12 freeways. These freeways converge at eMalahleni (previously Witbank) in Emalahleni, from where the N4 extends to Mbombela (previously Nelspruit), the provincial capital, and ultimately Maputo in Mozambique. The N4 freeway, along with the railway line that runs adjacent to the freeway from Gauteng to Mozambique, constitute the Maputo Corridor. The southern areas of the Emalahleni Municipality form part of the region referred to as the Energy Mecca of South Africa, due to its rich deposits of coal reserves and power stations. eMalahleni and Middelburg (situated in the adjacent Steve Tshwete Municipality) are the highest order settlements in the Nkangala District. These towns offer the full spectrum of business and social activities, and both towns have large industrial areas. The towns fulfil the function of service centres to the smaller towns and settlements, as well as farms in the district. Area: 2 678km2 Cities/Towns: Kriel, Ogies, Phola, eMalahleni Main Economic Sectors: Mining, power generation, steel, vanadium and chrome

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-17. pp13-15.

Population Growth: 3.20% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 48.1% Formal Dwellings: 74.4%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 41, DA 17, EFF 8, ACDP 1, VF PLUS 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Lindiwe Leonah Ntshalintshali Other Members of Council: Busisiwe Hlumbane (Speaker), Connie Simelane (Whip), Jerry Djiane (MMC: Technical Services), Thabang Mathebula (MMC: Environment and Waste Management), Hessie Maseko (MMC: Finance), Derrick Skhosana (MMC: Community Services), Cecilia Maraba (MMC: Development Planning), Johannes Matshipa (MMC: Corporate Services), Petunia Maseko (Chairperson: Municipal Public Accounts Committee) Municipal Manager: Mr Humphrey Sizwe Mayisela (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Ms Jabulile Hlatshwayo Communications Officer: Mr Lebohang Mofokeng LED Officer: Mr Tefo Kadi Other Senior Management: Ms Nomkitha Fani (Executive Director: Development Planning), Mr Selati Matlejoane (Executive Director: Community Services), Mr Mandla Vilane (Executive Director: Corporate Services), Mr Kgodiso Mashile (Executive Director: Technical Services), Ms Sandile Maseko (Executive Director: Environment and Waste Management), Mr Sizwe Mayisela (Deputy Director: Strategic and Executive Support), Mr Meleli Shongwe (Deputy Director: Community Services), Mr Letukisa Makgale (Deputy Chief Financial Officer), Mr Collin Brentjies (Acting Deputy Director: Technical Services)

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

2015/16

2014/15

1 793

1 801

294

271

64

64

1

3

652 397

516 457

*Refer *Refer to to municipalities.co.za municipalities.co.za for for more more figures figures and and statistics. statistics.

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Inside Yard

Water

Electricity

2014/15

74 772

68 192

750

750

<200m from Yard >200m from Yard

250

250

Households - Free Basic Service

14 312

14 015

Total Customer Entities Served

71 062

Households - Free Basic Service

14 312

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

Sewerage

2015/16

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

2016/17

AUDIT OUTCOME

Unaudited

2014/15

Financially Disclaimer unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

2 904 486

2 328 959

2 044 779

66 019

Total Expenditure

2 694 462

2 721 718

2 271 528

14 015

Surplus/(Deficit)

210 024

(392 759)

(226 750)

74 772

68 192

203 042

147 266

2 390

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

319 203

2 500 750

750

14 312

14 015

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2015/16

Total Revenue

Ventilated Pit Latrine Households - Free Basic Service

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

2 023 740

687 196

699 092

1 768 611

2 212 358

1 970 270

2 414 648

6 270 897

5 864 973 168 516

MPUMALANGA

SERVICE DELIVERY*

CASH FLOWS 262 170

175 487

Cash at Year End

Operating Cash Flow

(0)

(1 112)

14 769

UIFW EXPENDITURE

n/a

960 305

328 956

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

STEVE TSHWETE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (MP313) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 14, Middelburg, 1050 PHYSICAL: Cnr Walter Sisulu Street & Wanderers Avenue, Middelburg TEL: 013 249 7000 FAX: 013 243 2550 WEB: www.stevetshwetelm.gov.za

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Financially Unaudited Clean audit unqualified

AUDIT OUTCOME

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

1 372 584

1 420 146

1 368 353

OVERVIEW

Total Expenditure

1 224 567

1 259 580

1 262 937

Description: The Steve Tshwete Local Municipality (previously

Surplus/(Deficit)

148 017

160 566

105 416

Middelburg Local Municipality) is a Category B municipality located in the Nkangala District of the Mpumalanga Province. It is one of the larger municipalities of the six in the district. The municipality is named after Steve Tshwete, an ANC activist imprisoned by the apartheid authorities on Robben Island from February 1964 to 1983. In 1994, Middelburg and Mhluzi, as well as Hendrina and Kwazamokuhle, amalgamated to form the Transitional Local Councils. In 2001, the Transitional Local Councils of Middelburg and Hendrina, as well as some smaller towns, were amalgamated. A new municipality was formed, namely Steve Tshwete Local Municipality. The local municipality was one of the four to have passed the 2009/10 audit by the Auditor-General of South Africa, who deemed it to have a clean administration. The seat of the Steve Tshwete Local Municipality is Middelburg. Area: 3 976km2 Cities/Towns: Hendrina, Middelburg, Pullens Hope, Rietkuil Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, mining, manufacturing

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

332 358

274 427

266 105

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 278 749 No Schooling: 5.8% Households: 86 713

Population Growth: 4.39% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 52.2% Formal Dwellings: 81.9%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 32, DA 17, EFF 7, VF PLUS 2 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Mike Masina Other Members of Council: A M Mabena (Speaker), S D Nkadimeng Municipal Manager: Mr Mandla Mnguni (Acting)

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Total Current Assets

854 195

853 260

805 108

280 646

268 992

279 607

6 626 255

6 462 161

6 349 763

196 943

292 179

353 497

83 902

80 631

98 935

n/a

41 143

58 592

2015/16

2014/15

1 558

1 448

Vacant Positions

111

113

Managerial Positions

58

58

Vacant Managerial Positions

13

12

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

382 395

348 741

SERVICE DELIVERY*

2015/16

2014/15

38 881

38 210

Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

Inside Yard

Water

<200m from Yard

Electricity

3 747

3 747

Households - Free Basic Service

14 326

13 783

Total Customer Entities Served

40 971

40 307

Households - Free Basic Service

16 801

16 237

43 866

38 210

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

Sewerage

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank Ventilated Pit Latrine Households - Free Basic Service

422

0

0

2 482

18 107

17 730

THEMBISILE HANI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (MP315) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X4041, eMpumalanga, 0458 PHYSICAL: Stand 24 Kwaggafontein C, eMpumalanga TEL: 013 986 9100 FAX: 013 986 0995 WEB: www.thembisilehanilm.gov.za

Emalahleni in the south, and City of Tshwane Metro in the west. It is one of the six municipalities that make up the district, accounting for 14% of its geographical area. Area: 2 384km2 Cities/Towns: KwaMhlanga Main Economic Sectors: Community services, trade, manufacturing

OVERVIEW Description: The Thembisile Hani Local Municipality is a Category B

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

municipality situated within the Nkangala District in the Mpumalanga Province. The municipality is bordered by Dr JS Moroka in the north, Elias Motsoaledi in the north-east, Steve Tshwete in the east,

Population: 333 331 No Schooling: 13.8% Households: 82 740

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Population Growth: 1.62% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 37.9% Formal Dwellings: 86.5%

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

SERVICE DELIVERY*

Composition of Council: ANC 49, EFF 9, DA 3, AIC 1, APC 1, SPP 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Nomsa Mtsweni Other Members of Council: Ms N E Hlophe (Speaker), Ms J J Tau

Electricity

(Chief Whip), Mr T J Makhwiting (MMC: Technical Services), Ms M P Msiza (MMC: Social Development Services), Ms L M Tshabangu (MMC: Finance), Ms N E Phakathi (MMC: Corporate Services), Mr T L Mabena (MMC: LED) Municipal Manager: O N Nkosi Chief Financial Officer: B B Sithole Communications Officer: S P Mashiyane LED Officer: W S Msiza Other Senior Management: N Kubheka (Manager: Social Development Services), P Mabuza (Manager: Corporate Services), R F Morudu (Manager: Technical Services)

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

2014/15

405

588

15

186

30

30

2

4

128 519

122 866

2015/16

2014/15

70 638

70 638

2 281

2 281

Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Water

<200m from Yard >200m from Yard Households - Free Basic Service

1 051

1 051

8 245

8 245

Sewerage

2015/16

2014/15

Total Customer Entities Served

73 925

73 925

Households - Free Basic Service

8 245

8 245

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

3 024

3 024

3 686

3 686

Ventilated Pit Latrine

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

15 942

15 942

Other

51 942

51 942

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Qualified audit

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

R’000

R’000

R’000

793 469

702 336

537 906 479 203

Total Expenditure

861 504

737 205

Surplus/(Deficit)

(68 035)

(34 870)

58 703

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

278 145

117 452

90 703

Total Current Assets

269 937

198 278

148 224

63 357

112 912

149 717

1 896 207

1 944 986

1 580 425

359 867

94 603

135 931

69 586

68 832

86 440

n/a

170 118

169 137

Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

VICTOR KHANYE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (MP311) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 6, Delmas, 2210 PHYSICAL: Cnr Samuel & Van der Walt Streets, Delmas TEL: 013 665 6000 FAX: 013 665 2913 EMAIL: info@victorkhanyelm.gov.za WEB: www.victorkhanyelm.gov.za

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Qualified audit

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

455 082

452 152

415 600

Total Expenditure

455 076

465 128

457 568

6

(12 976)

(41 968)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

94 488

57 233

770

Total Current Assets

148 261

96 327

87 626

Total Current Liabilities

24 676

81 962

61 200

693 512

1 260 210

1 272 514

Surplus/(Deficit)

OVERVIEW Description: The Victor Khanye Local Municipality (previously Delmas Local Municipality) is a Category B municipality strategically located within the Nkangala District in the Highveld of the Mpumalanga Province. It is situated on the border of the Guateng Province, less than 100km from Pretoria, Johannesburg and eMalahleni. It is one of the smallest of six municipalities in the district. The municipality is linked by a major freeway, the N12, which was declared a Maputo Corridor. There is a railway line running through to the inner part of Mpumalanga and to Mozambique. The municipality is regarded as a gateway to the Mpumalanga Province. Area: 1 568km2 Cities/Towns: Delmas

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

12

3 943

71 978

23 505

(24 603)

(124 425)

n/a

130 501

149 073

2015/16

2014/15

447

494

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Vacant Positions

26

81

Managerial Positions

39

39

Population: 84 151 No Schooling: 10.7% Households: 24 270

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

Population Growth: 2.48% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 31.4% Formal Dwellings: 83.2%

Vacant Managerial Positions

SERVICE DELIVERY*

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 11, DA 4, EFF 2 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Eva Makhabane Other Members of Council: Khaya Segone (Speaker), Vusi Buda (Chief Whip), Elias Masilela (Mayoral Committee: Planning, Infrastructure, Transport and Safety), Hendrey Ngoma (Mayoral Committee: Finance and Administration), Dorcas Yeko (Mayoral Committee: Health and Social) Municipal Manager: Mr Sonnyboy Riba Chief Financial Officer: Ms Thokozile Mahlangu Communications Officer: Sentebaleng Masemola LED Officer: Sabelo Masina Other Senior Management: Mr Thabo Mashabela (Director: Corporate Services)

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-17. pp13-15.

Inside Yard

Water

<200m from Yard Households - Free Basic Service

Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

6 116 814

2015/16

2014/15

13 420

13 420

4 495

4 495

2 571

14 420

20 633

16 800

2 571

2 615

13 420

13 420

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

1 623

1 623

Ventilated Pit Latrine

1 857

1 857

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

Sewerage

6 115 347

Bucket System Other Households - Free Basic Service

30

30

232

232

2 571

0

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NORTH WEST

KEY STATISTICS GEOGRAPHY LAND AREA 104 882km2

MOSES KOTANE

LAND PERCENTAGE 8.6%

MORETELE

RAMOTSHERE MOILOA RUSTENBURG

MADIBENG

KGETLENGRIVIER

PEOPLE

MAHIKENG RATLOU

DITSOBOTLA

3 748 436

KAGISANO-MOLOPO

1 349 444

POPULATION

JB MARKS

YOUTH (15-34 YEARS)

TSWAING CITY OF MATLOSANA

NALEDI

MAMUSA

103,8

36,0

SEX RATIO (MALES/100 FEMALES)

YOUTH PROPORTION

22.1%

8.8%

EDUCATION

POVERTY HEADCOUNT

MAQUASSI HILLS

GREATER TAUNG LEKWA-TEEMANE

BOJANALA PLATINUM DR KENNETH KAUNDA DR RUTH SEGOMOTSI MOMPATI NGAKA MODIRI MOLEMA

North West lies in the north of South Africa on the Botswana border, fringed by the Kalahari Desert in the west, Gauteng Province to the east and the Free State to the south. It covers an area of 104 882km2 and has a population of 3 748 436. Much of the province consists of flat areas of scattered trees and grassland. The Vaal River flows along the southern border of the province. Mahikeng (previously Mafikeng) is the capital. The city lies near the Botswana border and forms a single urban area with its neighbouring town, Mmabatho. Potchefstroom and Klerksdorp are the biggest cities in the province. Other main towns are Brits, Rustenburg, Klerksdorp and Lichtenburg. Most economic activity is concentrated in the southern region between Potchefstroom and Klerksdorp, as well as Rustenburg and the eastern region. Mining is the major contributor to the North West economy and represents almost a quarter of South Africa’s mining industry as a whole. The Rustenburg and Brits districts produce more platinum than any other single area in the world. North West also produces a quarter of South Africa’s gold, as well as granite, marble, fluorspar and diamonds. North West has a number of major tourist attractions, including the internationally famous Sun City, the Pilanesberg National Park, the Madikwe Game Reserve and the Rustenburg Nature Reserve. North West is well known for cattle farming, while the areas around Rustenburg and Brits are fertile, mixed-crop farming land. Maize and sunflowers are the most important crops, and the province is the major producer of white maize in the country. North West is divided into four district municipalities, which are further subdivided into 18 local municipalities.

(GRADE 12 – AGED 20+)

UNEMPLOYMENT*

26.2%

42.5%

OFFICIAL RATE

EXPANDED RATE

HOUSING HOUSEHOLD SIZE 3,3

HOUSEHOLDS 1 248 766 78.2%

1.9%

18.4%

FORMAL DWELLINGS

TRADITIONAL DWELLINGS

INFORMAL DWELLINGS

HOUSEHOLD SERVICES ACCESS TO PIPED WATER

73.0%

FLUSH/CHEMICAL TOILET

48.7%

CONNECTED TO ELECTRICITY

89.6%

Sources: Community Survey 2016 – Provinces at a glance, published by Stats SA. *Unemployment figures from Quarterly Labour Force Survey, Quarter 3, 2017, published by Stats SA.

NORTH WEST MUNICIPALITIES Bojanala Platinum District Kgetlengrivier Madibeng Moretele Moses Kotane Rustenburg

Intro-NorthWest.indd 1

170 170 171 172 172 173

Dr Kenneth Kaunda District City of Matlosana JB Marks Maquassi Hills

173 174 176 176

Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati District Greater Taung Kagisano-Molopo Lekwa-Teemane Mamusa Naledi

177 178 178 179 179 180

Ngaka Modiri Molema District Ditsobotla Mahikeng Ramotshere Moiloa Ratlou Tswaing

181 181 182 182 183 184

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BOJANALA PLATINUM DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC37)

NORTH WEST

CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 1993, Rustenburg, 0300 PHYSICAL: Cnr Beyers Naude & Fatima Bhayat Drives, Rustenburg TEL: 014 590 4500 FAX: 014 592 6085 EMAIL: info@bojanala.gov.za WEB: www.bojanala.gov.za

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MORETELE MOSES KOTANE

OVERVIEW

Makapanstad Makgabetlwane

Description: The Bojanala Platinum District Municipality is a Category C

MADIBENG RUSTENBURG

Letlhabile Kleinfonteinstad Lerulaneng Kgabalatsane

Phokeng Rustenburg

Swartruggens

KGETLENGRIVIER

Marikana Photsaneng !

Brits De Wildt Hartbeespoort

Mooinooi

Koster

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 1 657 148 No Schooling: 5.5% Households: 611 144

Swartbooistad

Kwaratsiepane Maboloko

municipality situated in the North West Province. It is bordered by the Waterberg District Municipality to the north, Dr Kenneth Kaunda District Municipality to the south, City of Tshwane Metro to the east, West Rand District Municipality to the south-east, and Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality to the west. It is one of four district municipalities in the province and comprises five local municipalities: Kgetlengrivier, Madibeng, Moses Kotane, Moretele and Rustenburg. The seat of Bojanala Platinum is Rustenburg. Area: 18 333km2 Main Economic Sectors: Mining (30-35%), community services (15-20%), finance (10-15%), trade (10-15%), transport (5-10%), manufacturing (5-10%)

Population Growth: 2.15% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 39.0% Formal Dwellings: 70.6%

AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Disclaimer

Disclaimer

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

323 376

312 252

271 253

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Total Expenditure

307 218

307 116

296 609

Composition of Council: ANC 16, EFF 6, DA 4, AIC 1, F4SD 1

Surplus/(Deficit)

16 158

5 137

(25 356)

(40% PR Seats)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

2 234

16 653

9 176

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Maria Fetsang Mokati Other Members of Council: Asnath Mathedi Molekwa (Speaker) Municipal Manager: Mr P Shikwane Chief Financial Officer: Ms M Jansen EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

Total Current Assets

23 405

7 628

2 662

7 500

49 540

46 222

39 009

5 574

5 479

Operating Cash Flow

3 616

18 136

5 176

Cash at Year End

5 366

2 582

164

n/a

12 363

26 344

Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS

2015/16

2014/15

339

352

5

8

34

34

5

0

160 094

149 182

UIFW EXPENDITURE

KGETLENGRIVIER LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NW374) CONTACT DETAILS

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

POSTAL: PO Box 66, Koster, 0348 PHYSICAL: Cnr Smuts & De Wit Streets, Koster TEL: 014 543 2004 FAX: 014 543 2480 WEB: www.kgetlengrivier.gov.za

Population: 59 562 No Schooling: 8.5% Households: 18 787

Population Growth: 3.51% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 34.3% Formal Dwellings: 67.5%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT OVERVIEW Description: The Kgetlengrivier Local Municipality is a Category B municipality located in the south-eastern part of the North West Province and forms part of the Bojanala Platinum District. It borders Moses Kotane in the north and Rustenberg in the west. The municipality is situated on the N4 toll road from Pretoria to Botswana and acts as a gateway from Johannesburg to Botswana. It is one of five municipalities in the district. The area’s rich environment and natural resource base provides opportunities for agriculture and slate quarry development. The area’s mining activities are those related to diamonds, slate and aggregate sand. It has a strong competitive advantage in terms of its climate, biodiversity and numerous dams. Area: 3 973km2 Cities/Towns: Derby, Koster, Swartruggens Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, mining

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Composition of Council: ANC 8, DA 3, EFF 3, VF PLUS 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Kim Onicca Dipuo Medupe Other Members of Council: Kim Onicca Dipuo Medupe (Mayor and Speaker), Mr O S Molusi (Chief Whip and Portfolio Head: Technical Services), Nomonde Sole (MPAC), Amogelang Selaledi (Portfolio Head: Community Services), Thabo Jacobs (Portfolio Head: Finance) Municipal Manager: Mr Thabo Ben Mothogoane (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Sipho Ngwenya (Acting) Communications Officer: Ms Sannah Omphemetse Magakgala LED Officer: Mr Gilbert Sefanyetso Other Senior Management: Mr Witsman Maluleka (Acting Director: Infrastructure and Technical Services), Mr Reuben Mavhungu (Acting Director: Community Services), Mr V Mtshengu (Director: Corporate Services), Ms Thabang Mekgoe (Project Management Unit),

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Financially unqualified

Qualified audit

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

179 272

181 406

152 871

Total Expenditure

188 634

215 484

197 563

Surplus/(Deficit)

(9 362)

(34 078)

(44 692)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

34 769

50 503

38 090

AUDIT OUTCOME

Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Water Electricity

Total Current Assets

139 923

98 639

86 340

60 625

146 944

117 964

444 885

536 804

570 845

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

52 274

24 604

Cash at Year End

26 375

3 487

1 913

n/a

90 791

4 491

UIFW EXPENDITURE

2014/15

276

276

1

1

13

13

1

1

47 158

44 356

2015/16

2014/15

14 742

14 742

<200m from Yard

2 500

2 500

Households - Free Basic Service

2 430

2 430

16 045

15 957

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

Sewerage

2015/16

Inside Yard

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

Ventilated Pit Latrine

3 561

3 561

8 840

8 840

160

160

1 078

1 078

Other

5 439

5 439

Households - Free Basic Service

2 430

2 430

NORTH WEST

Ms Sonto Ntshangase (Supply Chain Management), Mr Maranatha Khunou (Revenue Manager), Mr Kholisile Manentza (Regional Manager), Mr Onkokame Moremi (Manager: Office of the Mayor), Mr Linda Langa (MISS)

37 116

MADIBENG LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NW372) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 106, Brits, 0250 PHYSICAL: 53 Van Velden Street, Brits TEL: 012 318 9203 FAX: 012 318 9665 EMAIL: munman@madibeng.gov.za WEB: www.madibeng.gov.za

Other Senior Management: A K Modise (IDP, PMS and Legal Services), X Magwala (Acting: Corporate Support Services), L Sebidi (Acting: Infrastructure and Technical Services), F S Lamoa (Acting: Economic Development, Tourism and Agriculture), P Raphala (Acting: Human Settlement and Planning), P Dilinga (Acting: Public Safety and Social Services), M Mmope (Acting: Community Development), M Mmapheto (Chief Audit Executive)

OVERVIEW Description: The Madibeng Local Municipality is a Category B municipality located in the North West Province within the Bojanala Platinum District. It is situated between the Magaliesberg and Witwatersrand, 60km from Rustenberg and 50km north of Pretoria. It is one of five municipalities in the district. It is strategically located in relation to Gauteng, Limpopo, Harare and the Maputo Harbour, and is positioned along the Heritage Route, linking the World Heritage Site with the Pilanesberg and Madikwe Game Reserves. It is known for its diversified economy. Currently, mining is the predominant economic activity, and the Hartebeespoort Dam is the second most visited place after the Waterfront in Cape Town. Area: 3 720km2 Cities/Towns: Brits, Hartbeespoort, Mooinooi Main Economic Sectors: Mining, manufacturing, agriculture, tourism

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 536 110 No Schooling: 5.1% Households: 193 364

Population Growth: 2.71% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 39.0% Formal Dwellings: 63.3%

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Disclaimer

Qualified audit

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

1 919 312

1 772 411

1 614 338

Total Expenditure

2 269 841

2 417 543

2 316 268

Surplus/(Deficit)

(350 529)

(645 132)

(701 930)

252 614

289 000

233 581

Total Current Assets

654 748

394 937

383 553

Total Current Liabilities

699 768

570 791

469 043

5 049 693

4 364 354

5 009 486

209 979

198 687

289 882

27 609

(29 235)

58 958

n/a

970 067

1 507 735

2015/16

2014/15

1 831

993

Total Revenue

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Vacant Positions

616

11

Composition of Council: ANC 45, DA 16, EFF 14, F4SD 2, VF PLUS 2,

Managerial Positions

44

44

AIC 1, COPE 1

Vacant Managerial Positions

Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Jostina Mothibe Other Members of Council: K S Ntshabele (Speaker), P B Makgabo

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

(Single Whip), N M Maqakamba (IGR and Special Projects), S D N Nthangeni (Budget and Treasury Office), J Ratloi (Infrastructure and Technical Services), D S Maimane (Economic Development, Tourism and Agriculture), J Sefudi (Human Settlement and Planning), E T M Modise (Corporate Support Services), N M Machete (Public Safety and Facilities Management), M Tlhopane (Community Development), P A Phetlhe (Roads and Transport), S M Maunatlala (IDP, PMS and Legal Services) Municipal Manager: Mr M E Manaka (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Siza Rikhotso (Acting) Communications Officer: Tumelo Tshabalala LED Officer: Johanna Motswatswe (Acting)

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

10

11

382 571

347 171

2015/16

2014/15

112 458

112 458

<200m from Yard

27 217

17 054

>200m from Yard

21 980

0

Households - Free Basic Service

39 560

3 752

Total Customer Entities Served

138 197

136 488

Households - Free Basic Service

30 041

22 165

46 005

44 405

0

8 048

25 309

13 671

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Water

Electricity

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

Sewerage

Ventilated Pit Latrine Other Households - Free Basic Service

0

1 594

6 263

3 752

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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MORETELE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NW371)

NORTH WEST

CONTACT DETAILS

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

POSTAL: Private Bag X367, Makapanstad, 0404 PHYSICAL: 4065 B, Mathibestad, Makapanstad TEL: 012 716 1300/1000 FAX: 012 716 9999 EMAIL: info@moretele.org.za WEB: www.moretele.org.za

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure

OVERVIEW Description: The Moretele Local Municipality is situated within the

R’000

R’000

R’000

563 166

498 074

504 766

358 504

321 301

139 570

183 465

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

221 071

265 142

138 521

SERVICE DELIVERY*

Unaudited

114 324

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

2014/15 Qualified audit

448 843

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

2015/16 Qualified audit

Surplus/(Deficit)

Bojanala Platinum District in the North West Province. The municipality is located in an area called Moretele, which is situated far north of Pretoria. It is located strategically to join four provinces, namely North West, Gauteng, Mpumalanga and Limpopo. It is the smallest of the five municipalities that make up the district, accounting for 8% of its geographical area. The municipality comprises 24 wards. Most of the villages are ruled by four traditional leaders (Dikgosi), who are recognised by law and represent their respective tribes/communities in council. Moretele is the Setswana name for a river that runs through the area, namely ‘Noka ya Moretele’ (the Moretele River). Area: 1 498km2 Cities/Towns: Makapanstad

Population: 191 306 No Schooling: 6.1% Households: 55 762

2016/17

Total Current Assets

120 909

198 413

82 851

Total Current Liabilities

223 053

168 848

78 146

Community Wealth/Equity

871 290

731 595

592 025

Operating Cash Flow

225 214

168 889

163 673

Cash at Year End

60 825

158 396

46 439

n/a

149 119

67 571

2015/16

2014/15

224

224

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Managerial Positions

Population Growth: 0.33% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 34.4% Formal Dwellings: 87.1%

33

33

94 920

84 733

2015/16

2014/15

26 860

26 860

<200m from Yard

13 969

13 969

>200m from Yard

13 222

13 222

Households - Free Basic Service

6 923

11 399

49 022

48 559

Households - Free Basic Service

6 923

11 399

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

2 666

2 666

46 385

46 385

Inside Yard

Water

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Electricity

Composition of Council: ANC 38, EFF 8, DA 4, ACG 1, COPE 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Andries Makinta Monaheng Other Members of Council: Leah Tenkwane Sekhaolela (Speaker) Municipal Manager: Mr T S R Nkhumise Chief Financial Officer: Ms N Rampedi

Sewerage

Total Customer Entities Served

Ventilated Pit Latrine

MOSES KOTANE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NW375) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X1011, Mogwase, 0314 PHYSICAL: Stand No.933, Railway Road, Unit 3, Mogwase, 0314 TEL: 014 555 1300 FAX: 014 555 6368 EMAIL: municipalmanager@moseskotane.gov.za WEB: www.moseskotane.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Moses Kotane Local Municipality is a Category B municipality located within the Bojanala District in the North West Province. It is the largest of the five municipalities that make up the district, accounting for a third of its geographical area. It was established after redemarcation of municipal boundaries and subsequent municipal elections in 2000. The municipality has a predominantly black african population, with fewer indian, coloured and white groups, mostly residing in Sun City residence and Mogwase Unit 2. The type of economy is owed to its location within the major tourism and mining belt of the North West Province, Pilanesberg and Sun City. Area: 5 726km2 Cities/Towns: Madikwe Main Economic Sectors: Tourism, manufacturing, agriculture, mining

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 243 648 No Schooling: 7.5% Households: 80 654

Population Growth: 0.10% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 35.1% Formal Dwellings: 85.6%

Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Ralesole Diale Other Members of Council: Mr Sipho Vava (Speaker), Ms Maria Matshaba (Chief Whip), Mr Lawrence Kapari (Portfolio Head: Corporate Services and Budget and Treasury Office), Mr Thomas Manganye (Chairperson: Municipal Public Accounts Committee), Ms Dithothi Tshetlhane (Portfolio Head: Local Economic Development), Ms Caroline Motshabi (Portfolio Head: Planning and Development), Victor Kheswa (Portfolio Head: Community Services and Public Safety), Ezekiel Mashimo (Portfolio Head: Infrastructure and Technical Services) Municipal Manager: Mr Mokopane Letsoalo Chief Financial Officer: Ms Olga Ndlovu Communications Officer: Ms Beauty Makganye LED Officer: Ms Tebogo Mogolwane Other Senior Management: Mr Tshepo Sefanyetso (HOD: Planning and Development), Ms Thembi Jalvan (Acting HOD: Corporate Services), Mr Comfort Molokwane (HOD: Community Services), Mr Tertius Chiloane (HOD: Infrastructure and Technical Services)

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY*

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 45, EFF 15, DA 4, AIC 1, APC 1, COPE 1, UCDP 1

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Water

2015/16

2014/15

811

681

287

177

60

59

17

15

175 586

149 606

2015/16

2014/15

Inside Yard

40 000

40 000

<200m from Yard

28 900

28 900

>200m from Yard

5 159

5 159

19 398

17 250

Households - Free Basic Service

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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Electricity Sewerage

2015/16

2014/15

Total Customer Entities Served

66 946

65 193

Households - Free Basic Service

19 398

17 250

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

6 793

6 793

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Ventilated Pit Latrine

18 185

17 185

Total Revenue

Households - Free Basic Service

1 033

965

Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Qualified audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

683 086

745 955

660 373 581 770

790 570

626 015

(107 484)

119 940

78 603

211 780

210 606

168 748

370

368 113

372 701

49

107 837

93 933

1 423

1 385 857

1 253 863

171 586

141 264

121 346

7 284

76 222

85 733

n/a

52 981

81 077

2015/16

2014/15

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

NORTH WEST

SERVICE DELIVERY*

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

RUSTENBURG LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NW373) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 16, Rustenburg, 0300 PHYSICAL: 159 Nelson Mandela & Beyers Naude Streets, Rustenburg TEL: 014 590 3111 FAX: 014 590 3481 WEB: www.rustenburg.gov.za

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17 Unaudited

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

4 749 208

3 963 052

3 687 032

OVERVIEW

Total Expenditure

4 296 346

3 699 455

3 487 106

Description: The Rustenburg Local Municipality is a Category B

Surplus/(Deficit)

452 862

263 597

199 926

municipality situated within the Bojanala Platinum District in the North West Province. It is one of the five municipalities in the district, the fastest-growing municipality in South Africa, and the most populous municipality in the province. It is home to Boekenhoutfontein, the farm of Paul Kruger, president of the South African Republic. Rustenburg is a large town situated at the foot of the Magaliesberg Mountain Range. Rustenburg (meaning ‘town of rest’ or ‘resting place’) was proclaimed a township in 1851. This large town is situated some 112km north-west and is a 90-minute drive from both Johannesburg and Pretoria. Area: 3 416km2 Cities/Towns: Hartbeesfontein-A, Phatsima, Marikana, Rustenburg, Tlhabane Main Economic Sectors: Mining, trade

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

646 252

1 297 129

851 253

Total Current Assets

977 585

937 146

1 041 399

Total Current Liabilities

710 820

985 452

1 183 455

9 013 739

7 388 294

7 125 244 724 553

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 626 522 No Schooling: 4.7% Households: 262 576

Population Growth: 2.98% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 42.0% Formal Dwellings: 68.1%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Qualified Financially audit unqualified

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

840 838

532 174

Cash at Year End

552 558

344 363

601 374

n/a

1 039

3 075 512

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

2014/15

Total Employment Positions

3 972

3 960

Vacant Positions

2 006

1 902

92

92

Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Water

<200m from Yard Households - Free Basic Service

Composition of Council: ANC 43, EFF 24, DA 14, F4SD 4, AIC 1, BCM 1, UDM 1, VF PLUS 1

Controlling Party: ANC Minority Government Mayor: Mr Mpho Khunou Other Members of Council: Sheila Mabale-Huma (Speaker), Amos Mataboge (Chief Whip)

Electricity

Sewerage

0

643 173

587 969

2015/16

2014/15

108 889

108 410

12 496

12 496

1 669

1 911

100 363

97 791

Households - Free Basic Service

3 930

10 466

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

71 016

71 016

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

17 551

17 083

Total Customer Entities Served

Ventilated Pit Latrine Other

Municipal Manager: Ms Nqobile Sithole Chief Financial Officer: Mr Paul Malatsi (Acting)

6

Households - Free Basic Service

17 037

17 037

20 502

20 502

2 247

2 225

DR KENNETH KAUNDA DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC40) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X5017, Klerksdorp, 2570 PHYSICAL: Civic Centre, Patmore Road, Orkney TEL: 018 473 8000 FAX: 018 473 2523 EMAIL: admin@kaundadistrict.gov.za WEB: www.kaundadistrict.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Dr Kenneth Kaunda District Municipality is a Category C municipality in the North West Province. It is located 65km south-west of Johannesburg and borders the Gauteng Province on that side.

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

It is the smallest district in the province, making up 14% of its geographical area. The municipality consists of three local municipalities: JB Marks, City of Matlosana and Maquassi Hills. It is a region with a rich and diverse natural and cultural heritage, with the potential for sustained economic growth. The region is home to some of the most prominent gold mines in the world and one of the oldest meteor impact sites in the world. The district is serviced by a number of primary roads, with the N12 Treasure Corridor forming the main development axis in the district and serving as a potential concentration point for future industrial, commercial and tourism development.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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Area: 14 671km2 Main Economic Sectors: Mining (19.6%), trade (17.3%), finance

NORTH WEST

(16.2%), government (13.8%), transport and communications (9.1%), manufacturing (8.8%), services (8.0%), construction (3.5%), agriculture (2.3%)

Ventersdorp

JB MARKS

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 742 821 No Schooling: 8.9% Households: 240 543

Population Growth: 1.48% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 40.3% Formal Dwellings: 86.4%

CITY OF MATLOSANA

Klerksdorp Stilfontein

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 9, DA 4, EFF 2, VF PLUS 1 (40% PR Seats) Mayor: Ms Barei Elizabeth Mosiane-Segotso Other Members of Council: Diketso Patrick Masiu (Speaker), Ntombi Margaret Koloti (Single Whip), Martha Mojahi (MMC: Corporate Services), Mbulelo Zephe (MMC: Finance and BTO), Rennie Martins (MMC: Health and Community Services), Shorty Valiphatha (MMC: Infrastructure), Zanele Mphafudi (MMC: Sports, Arts and Culture), Mandisa Mbele (MMC: DED) Municipal Manager: Ms Matlakala Matthews Chief Financial Officer: Mr Jerry Mononela Communications Officer: Mr Sello Mphuthi LED Officer: Mr Motlatsi Makhetha (Director: District Economic Development and Tourism) Other Senior Management: Mrs Shirley Lesupi (Director: Disaster Risk Management), Mr Lebo Relekgetho (Director: Corporate Services), Ms Nokukhanya Tenza (Acting Director: Health and Social Services), Mr Tebogo Chanda (Director: Infrastructure and Development)

Total Employment Positions

2015/16

2014/15

210

208

Wolmaransstad Leeudoringstad Makwassie

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Unaudited

2015/16

2014/15

Qualified Financially audit unqualified

R’000

R’000

178 638

187 718

182 115

Total Expenditure

177 983

287 239

220 705

655

(99 521)

(38 590)

4 755

18 699

25 009

23 050

16 865

100 861

8 550

28 753

33 028

79 522

(8 252)

91 273

Operating Cash Flow

2 167

(60 939)

(42 255)

Cash at Year End

5 912

4 379

83 894

n/a

46 547

20 250

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

Vacant Positions

12

15

Total Current Assets

25

25

Total Current Liabilities

3

4

83 878

71 156

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

2016/17

Total Revenue

Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions

Orkney

MAQUASSI HILLS

Surplus/(Deficit)

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

Potchefstroom

Hartbeesfontein

Community Wealth/Equity

R’000

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE

CITY OF MATLOSANA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NW403) CONTACT DETAILS

Other Members of Council: Ronqwana Washington Ntozini (Speaker),

POSTAL: PO Box 99, Klerksdorp, 2570 PHYSICAL: Cnr Braamfisher & OR Tambo Streets, Klerksdorp TEL: 018 487 8000 FAX: 018 464 1780 EMAIL: records@klerksdorp.org WEB: www.matlosana.gov.za

Vusimuzi Mohapi Chinga (Single Whip), Mr F I Tagaree (MMC: Finance), Ms L M Mojaki (MMC: Corporate), Ms N I Matetoane (MMC: Transversal Issues), Ms N S Mendela (MMC: Community Services), Mr P F Mabeli (MMC: Sports), Mr M F Nthaba (MMC: Infrastructure), Mr S D Montoedi (MMC: Electrical), Mr S J Daemane (MMC: Public Safety), Mr T G Khoza (MMC: Economic Growth), Ms T O Vilakazi (MMC: Housing and Land Affairs), Mr S P J Bogatsu (MMC: Municipal Public Accounts [MPAC]) Municipal Manager: T S R Nkhumise Chief Financial Officer: M K G Ramorwesi Communications Officer: N Makgetha LED Officer: M A Khuzwayo (Acting Director) Other Senior Management: Mr S P Phala (Acting Director: Planning and Human Settlements), Mr N D Ciya (Acting Director: Corporate Services), Mr J J Pilusa (Acting Director: Technical and Infrastructure), Mr A J S Marais (Acting Director: Public Safety), Ms M J Masilo (Acting Director: Community Development)

OVERVIEW Description: The City of Matlosana Local Municipality (previously City Council of Klerksdorp) is a Category B municipality situated within the Dr Kenneth Kaunda District in the North West Province. It is bordered by the Ngaka Modiri Molema District in the north, the Free State Province in the south, JB Marks in the east, and Maquassi Hills in the west. It is the smallest of the three municipalities that make up the district, accounting for a quarter of its geographical area. Area: 3 602km2 Cities/Towns: Hartbeesfontein, Klerksdorp, Orkney, Stilfontein Main Economic Sectors: Mining, agriculture, manufacturing, services, construction, transport

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 417 282 No Schooling: 7.9% Households: 135 894

Population Growth: 1.04% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 41.0% Formal Dwellings: 89.2%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 46, DA 17, EFF 7, VF PLUS 3, F4SD 2,

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

2014/15

2 485

2 465

404

456

Managerial Positions

55

52

Vacant Managerial Positions

17

12

513 397

500 658

2015/16

2014/15

162 785

162 393

<200m from Yard

2 786

1 966

>200m from Yard

827

1 219

16 840

27 888

Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

COPE 1, IRASA 1

Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mrs M E Kgaile

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Water

Households - Free Basic Service

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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SPONSORED PROFILE

DR KENNETH KAUNDA DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY POSTAL: Private Bag X5017, Klerksdorp, 2570 | PHYSICAL: Civic Centre, Patmore Road, Orkney TEL: 018 473 8000 | FAX: 018 473 2523 EMAIL: admin@kaundadistrict.gov.za | WEB: www.kaundadistrict.gov.za

EXECUTIVE MAYOR

SPEAKER

SINGLE WHIP

CLLR BAREI MOSIANE-SEGOTSO

CLLR DIKETSO PATRIC MASIU

CLLR NTOMBI MARGARET KOLOTI

INTRODUCTION The Dr Kenneth Kaunda District Municipality (DRKKDM) consists of three local municipalities, namely Matlosana, JB Marks and Maquassi Hills. The background analysis is based on the municipal demarcations in 2015, when Tlokwe City Council and Ventersdorp were amalgamated.

POWERS AND FUNCTIONS • • • • • • • • • •

Firefighting Regional Tourism Municipal Airport Municipal Planning Municipal Health Services Municipal Public Transport Cemeteries, Funeral Parlours and Crematoria Markets Municipal Abattoirs Disaster Management

STRATEGIC GOALS AND OBJECTIVES • • • • • • • •

Promote physical infrastructure, development and services Promote socio-economic development Provide environmental health services Ensure disaster risk management Promote integrated transport services Promote community safety Promote good governance and public participation Ensure municipal excellence.

POPULATION GROWTH RATE According to Statistics South Africa (Community Survey 2016) the population of the Dr Kenneth Kaunda District (based on 2016 boundaries) is 742 822, increased from 695 934 in 2011. Population is unevenly distributed among the three local municipalities, and the average annual growth rate of the district is 1.11%, which dropped from 1.28% between 2001 and 2011. The majority of the District’s population resides within the City of Matlosana (56.18%, down from 57.29% in 2011), followed by JB Marks (32.78%, up from 31.54% in 2011). The local municipality with the lowest population in the District is Maquassi Hillls (11.04%, down from 11.18%). The number of wards per local municipality is Matlosana (39), JB Marks (34) and Maquassi Hillls (11), with a total of 84 in the District as at September 2016.

ACCESS TO BASIC SERVICES The majority of households in the District (98.65%) have access to piped water either inside the dwelling, inside the yard or from an access point outside the yard. More than 75% have access to refuse removal at least once a week, while almost 85% have sanitation that is connected to a formal sewage system. Almost 80% of the population stay in formal dwellings and more than 80% have access to one or another form of electricity, with electrification in dwellings at about 90%.

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2017/18 HIGHLIGHTS Investing in Education The Mayoral Student Assistance Fund promotes youth development programmes, which aim to better the lives of the youth in the District. The fund will spend R3 million on funding 300 deserving applicants, who are unable to afford tertiary education due to the socio-economic circumstances of their immediate families.

Transport, Roads and Infrastructure Development The Municipality has given priority to the development of the Rural Roads Asset Management System (RRAMS) and review of the Integrated Transport Plan (ITP). The RRAMS Programme is intended to provide detailed information on the municipal road network within DRKKDM, covering its three local municipalities both in terms of its current state as well as the financial implication of reviving it. The ITP is intended to provide a perspective on the usage of public transport within the District’s jurisdiction, i.e. minibus taxis, local buses, commuter rail service learner transport services and illegal transport operators. In 2017/18, the District Municipality is committed to creating 189 jobs for people through the Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP).

Disaster Risk Management Disaster Risk Management mitigates the severity of consequences of disasters; prepares for emergencies; and responds rapidly and effectively to disasters and the implementation of postdisaster recovery and rehabilitation through effective monitoring, integration, coordination, and directing of disaster management activities of role players. Disaster Risk Management analyses and reduces causal factors of disasters and reduces exposure to hazards, lessening the vulnerability of people and property. It aims at wise management of land and environment, improving preparedness and early warning for adverse events in line with the Disaster Management Act 57 of 2002 and the National Framework of 2005.

Skills Development In the 2016/17 financial year, the District Municipality assisted 640 beneficiaries, both male and female, in infrastructure development; community-based participation and planning; management; leadership; and financial viability, with a committed expenditure amounting to R650 000. Learning interventions were offered to 176 unemployed females and 214 unemployed males in the areas of fire and rescue operations, local economic development, and environmental practice . Total training for 750 beneficiaries in the 2017/18 financial year is planned. Total Adult Education and Training is planned for 260 beneficiaries from May 1, 2017 to April 30, 2018.

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SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

NORTH WEST

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

Sewerage

2015/16

2014/15

164 694

167 225

16 840

27 888

158 937

158 756

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

2 120

2 120

Ventilated Pit Latrine

2 575

2 575

15

2 885

6 300

728

16 840

27 888

Bucket System Other Households - Free Basic Service

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Qualified audit

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

R’000

R’000

R’000

2 673 218 2 853 430 (180 211) 173 941

2 265 116 2 573 399 (308 282) 116 759

1 884 461 2 215 983 (331 522) 101 128

315 535

262 475

275 551

466 986

610 455

596 822

4 829 705

5 013 018

5 321 251

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

242 243

92 375

122 184

78 899

25 569

30 500

n/a

307 425

311 914

Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

JB MARKS LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NW405) CONTACT DETAILS

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

PHYSICAL: 35 Wolmarans Street, Potchefstroom, 2531 TEL: 018 299 5111 WEB: www.jbmarks.co.za

Population: 243 527 No Schooling: 8.9% Households: 80 572

OVERVIEW

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Description: The JB Marks Local Municipality is a Category B

Composition of Council: ANC 34, DA 22, EFF 5, VF PLUS 4, IC 2 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Kgotso Khumalo Other Members of Council: K E G Mogoeemang (Speaker) Municipal Manager: Dr N E Blaai-Mokgethi Chief Financial Officer: Mr C W K Kgosiemang (Acting)

municipality situated within the Dr Kenneth Kaunda District in the North West Province. It is the largest municipality of three in the district, making up almost half its geographical area. It was established by the amalgamation of the Ventersdorp and Tlokwe City Council Local Municipalities in August 2016. The N12 route that connects Johannesburg and Cape Town via the city of Kimberley runs through the municipality. The main railway route from Gauteng to the Northern and Western Cape also runs through one of the municipality’s main cities, Potchefstroom. The City is 145km south-east of OR Tambo International Airport but has its own airfield, which can accommodate bigger aircraft and was formerly a military air base. Gold mining is the dominant economic activity in the district, with Potchefstroom and Ventersdorp being the only exceptions. While Ventersdorp to the north-west of Potchefstroom focuses on agricultural activity, Potchefstroom’s economic activity is driven by services and manufacturing. A big role-player in the provision of services in Potchefstroom is the world-class North-West University, which has its main campus in Potchefstroom. Potchefstroom’s industrial zone has many companies, focusing mainly on the industries of steel, food and chemicals, with big entities such as King Korn, Kynoch, Naschem and the Soya Protein Process (SPP) company. Within the city centre, the infrastructure of Potchefstroom supports roughly 600 businesses. Area: 6 398km2 Cities/Towns: Potchefstroom, Ventersdorp Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, community services, manufacturing, trade, finance, transport, mining

Population Growth: 2.36% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 43.3% Formal Dwellings: 82.0%

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

AUDIT OUTCOME

Unaudited

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

1 551 170 1 724 930 (173 760) 296 024

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

914 220 4 632

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

59 983 (74 433) n/a

UIFW EXPENDITURE

Note: JB Marks Local Municipality was established by the amalgamation of Ventersdorp Local Municipality and Tlokwe City Council Local Municipality on 3 August 2016. Financial, Employment and Service Delivery information for the new municipality is only available from the 2016/17 financial year. View historical information for Ventersdorp Local Municipality and Tlokwe City Council Local Municipality at municipalities.co.za.

MAQUASSI HILLS LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NW404) CONTACT DETAILS

Area: 4 671km2 Cities/Towns: Leeudoringstad, Makwassie, Witpoort, Wolmaransstad Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture (49%), domestic (17%),

POSTAL: Private Bag X3, Wolmaransstad, 2630 PHYSICAL: 19 Kruger Street, Wolmaransstad TEL: 018 596 1064 FAX: 018 596 1555 EMAIL: maggym@maquassihills.org WEB: www.maquassihills.co.za

community services (15%), manufacturing (14%)

OVERVIEW

Population: 82 012 No Schooling: 14.7% Households: 24 076

Description: The Maquassi Hills Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Dr Kenneth Kaunda District in the North West Province. It is bordered by Tswaing in the north, the Free State Province in the south, City of Matlosana and the Free State in the east, and Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati District in the west. It is one of the three municipalities that make up the district, accounting for a third of its geographical area.

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Population Growth: 1.20% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 26.6% Formal Dwellings: 85.5%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 14, DA 3, EFF 2, F4SD 2, VF PLUS 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms G V Kgabi

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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SERVICE DELIVERY*

(Chief Whip and MMC: Engineering Services and Finance), G J van Zyl (Planning and Development), K S Seakane (Community and Technical Services), K A Mogape (Finance and Corporate Services) Municipal Manager: Mr S Lehloenya Communications Officer: Mr Scotch Lehloenya LED Officer: Mr Peter Bolao Other Senior Management: Mr Jefferson Leseisane (Divisional Head: HR), Mrs Janet Rudman (Divisional Head: Administration), Mr Johannes (Acting Divisional Head: Electrical), Mr Vincent Motlashuping (Divisional Head: Roads and Storm Water), Mr James Muller (Divisional Head: Water and Sanitation), Mr Star Mokoto (PMS Manager), Ms Anna Galeboe (Supply Chain Manager), Mocumi Mocoancoeng (IDP Manager)

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

2015/16

2014/15

280

310

Vacant Positions

3

52

27

20

3

4

72 933

67 949

Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Water

<200m from Yard Households - Free Basic Service

2015/16

2014/15

17 002

16 920

2 603

2 603

16 094

19 523

Electricity

2015/16

2014/15

21 497

20 040

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

Sewerage

1 436

453

16 920

16 920

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

300

200

1 436

453

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Qualified audit

Households - Free Basic Service

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

245 544

436 595

337 393

Total Expenditure

299 005

341 771

326 603

Surplus/(Deficit)

(53 461)

94 824

10 789

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

29 725

77 690

28 320

Total Current Assets

414 651

90 503

81 319

Total Current Liabilities

22 890

191 573

189 108

Community Wealth/Equity

915 257

817 728

780 801

(30 267)

34 923

30 915

(72 134)

3 945

13 673

n/a

114 911

44 050

NORTH WEST

Other Members of Council: D Notwane (Speaker), L L Tshingilane

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

DR RUTH SEGOMOTSI MOMPATI DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC39) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 21, Vryburg, 8600 PHYSICAL: 50 Market Street, Vryburg, 8601 TEL: 053 928 4700 / 053 927 0858 FAX: 053 927 2401 WEB: www.rsmompatidm.gov.za KAGISANOMOLOPO

OVERVIEW Description: The Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati District Municipality (previously Bophirima District Municipality) is a Category C municipality located in the North West Province. It is bordered by Ngaka Modiri Molema and Dr Kenneth Kaunda in the north, and John Taolo Gaetsewe in the south, which is a cross-boundary within the Northern Cape. It is the largest district in the province, making up almost half of its geographical area. The district municipality comprises five local municipalities: Naledi, Greater Taung, Kagisano-Molopo, Mamusa and Lekwa-Teemane. It is one of four districts in the province, with poor rural areas, formerly situated in the former Bophuthatswana homeland. With the population situated in more than 470 villages and towns dispersed in a 250km radius (approximately 50km north to south and 200km east to west), this district presents unique management and organisational challenges. Area: 43 764km2 Main Economic Sectors: Community services (33.1%), agriculture (17.1%), finance (16.2%), trade (12.7%), transport (9%), manufacturing (4%), mining (3.2%), construction (3.2%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 459 357 No Schooling: 15.5% Households: 127 103

Population Growth: -0.22% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 27.3% Formal Dwellings: 89.9%

Stella

Vryburg

NALEDI GREATER TAUNG Taung

Composition of Council: ANC 9, EFF 2, DA 1, F4SD 1 (40% PR Seats) Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Boitumelo Lesego Mahlangu Other Members of Council: L V Maogwe (Speaker), K Mamapula (MMC: Economic Development, Tourism and Agriculture), B Setlhabetsi (MMC: Corporate Services), G Kgabo (MMC: Engineering and Technical Services), O R Modise (MMC: Community Services), M K I Olifant (MMC: Planning and Development), L V Molefe (MMC: Finance), O P Moirwagale (MPAC Chairperson) Municipal Manager: Mr Zebo Tshetlho Chief Financial Officer: Ms Segomotso Phatudi Communications Officer: Segomoco Otsheleng LED Officer: Ms Masego Makhonofane

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Bloemhof

Reivilo

LEKWA-TEEMANE Christiana

Other Senior Management: Dorcas Dambuza (Corporate Services), Ellen Moncho (Manager: Executive Support), Walter Jood (Engineering and Technical Services), Phenyo Chwene (Acting Manager: Fire and Disaster), Masego Makhonofane (Senior Manager: EDTA), Victor Tlhabanelo (Senior Manager: Community Services), Joseph Motlhasedi (Manager: Communications) FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

MAMUSA Schweizer-Reneke Amalia

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Financially unqualified

Qualified audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

700 687

524 312

481 107

Total Expenditure

447 075

414 890

389 908

Surplus/(Deficit)

253 612

109 422

91 200

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

42 842

194 536

150 979

Total Current Assets

161 048

111 754

131 538

136 112

163 058

143 048

2 242 732

1 810 644

1 701 177

Operating Cash Flow

118 126

193 726

193 849

Cash at Year End

83 153

45 699

53 692

n/a

243 154

345 647

Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

2014/15

276

255

Vacant Positions

74

30

Managerial Positions

39

39

NORTH WEST

Total Employment Positions

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

2014/15

6

6

108 839

102 661

GREATER TAUNG LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NW394) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X1048, Taung, 8580 PHYSICAL: Main Road, Taung Station, Taung TEL: 053 994 9400 FAX: 053 994 3917 WEB: www.gtlm.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Greater Taung Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati District in the North West Province. It is one of the five municipalities that make up the district. The municipal area is predominantly rural and contains 106 widely scattered villages. Greater Taung has a rich heritage that visitors can explore. The area also has strong agricultural significance in the South African economy. The Taung Skull Heritage Route is a fascinating journey of discovery. The route follows an area in which early man once lived, and it has many sites that show us the existence and evolution of our ancient ancestors. Spanning more than 45km, the route includes several natural wonders, such as Thomeng (an unusual limestone waterfall) and Blue Pools (a collection of rock pools, streams and caves in a valley). It was at the limestone diggings on this route, at the old Buxton quarry, that the limeencrusted skull of a child was found in 1924. The site is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and a monument has been put in place to mark the discovery. Area: 5 639km2 Cities/Towns: Pudimoe, Reivilo, Taung Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, tourism, culture

Municipal Manager: Katlego Gabanakgosi Chief Financial Officer: Martin Vermaak Communications Officer: Ricky Oliphant LED Officer: Tshepang Baloyi Other Senior Management: Hendrick Keohitlhetse (Acting Director: Technical Services), Dawie De Jager (Acting Director: Corporate Services), Paballo Ntlharipane (Acting Director: Community Services), Beauty Tlholagae (Acting Director: Human Settlement and Land Use)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

R’000

R’000

R’000

251 392

223 484

205 596

174 585

170 084

61 529

76 807

53 400

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

107 717

75 530

61 706 133 025

Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

Total Current Assets

222 491

168 091

Total Current Liabilities

44 345

30 612

56 582

Community Wealth/Equity

671 087

604 282

527 475

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

96 523

59 052

99 739

Cash at Year End

161 945

116 038

102 752

n/a

52 983

64 810

2015/16

2014/15

415

380

UIFW EXPENDITURE

Total Employment Positions

Unaudited

267 125

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2014/15 Qualified audit

Total Revenue

Population: 167 827 No Schooling: 13.8% Households: 46 168

Population Growth: -1.29% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 24.1% Formal Dwellings: 90.3%

2015/16 Qualified audit

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

2016/17

Vacant Positions

28

13

Managerial Positions

26

26

Vacant Managerial Positions

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

8

3

89 289

71 563

2015/16

2014/15

Composition of Council: ANC 34, EFF 6, F4SD 3, DA 2, ACDP 1, AIC 1, COPE 1

Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Chief Nyoko Motlhabane Other Members of Council: Ebusang Tladi (Speaker), Joyce Malepe (Chief Whip), Grace Moiplolai (Chairperson: Corporate Governance, HR, Planning, Communication and Marketing), Lebogang Gaoboihi (Chairperson: Community Services and LED), Lekgotla Menyatso (Chairperson: Infrastructure, and Human Settlement and Land Use), Nosi Ntasi (Chairperson: Finance), Rodgers Mongale (Chairperson: ICT)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Water

<200m from Yard Households - Free Basic Service

Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

Sewerage

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank Households - Free Basic Service

610

610

2 039

2 039

591

594

36 224

35 655

8 791

5 512

610

610

2 087

2 087

324

2 410

KAGISANO-MOLOPO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NW397) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X522, Ganyesa, 8613 PHYSICAL: Municipal Offices (Next to Ganyesa Health Clinic), Ganyesa TEL: 053 998 4455 FAX: 053 998 3711 WEB: www.kmlm.gov.za

OVERVIEW

Area: 23 827km2 Cities/Towns: Piet Plessis, Pomfret

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 102 703 No Schooling: 25.7% Households: 28 274

Population Growth: -0.67% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 22.2% Formal Dwellings: 94.4%

Description: The Kagisano-Molopo Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati District in the North West Province. It borders on the Kgalagadi District of the Republic of Botswana to the north, Greater Taung to the south, the Northern Cape Province to the south-west, Naledi to the south-east, and Ratlou to the east. It is the largest of the five municipalities that make up the district, accounting for just over half of its geographical area. It was created during the local government elections of 18 May 2011 by merging the Kagisano and Molopo Municipalities.

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 22, DA 2, EFF 2, F4SD 2, UCDP 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: K E B Lenkopane Other Members of Council: S R Modise (Speaker) Municipal Manager: Mr Ashmar Khuduge Chief Financial Officer: Mr O Ntsimane (Acting)

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Unaudited unqualified

Qualified audit

Total Employment Positions

173

106

Vacant Positions

43

3

17

13

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

160 382

159 837

126 123

Total Expenditure

169 320

151 052

144 665

Surplus/(Deficit)

(8 937)

8 786

(18 542)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

47 897

42 450

47 412

Total Current Assets

48 920

60 104

54 157

Total Current Liabilities

57 000

32 192

32 696

936 586

950 166

941 381

Community Wealth/Equity

R’000

Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Electricity

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

8

3

34 763

33 164

2015/16

2014/15

28 442

28 442

6 000

3 700

NORTH WEST

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

29 199

62 878

38 503

Cash at Year End

4 436

48 387

26 096

n/a

171 863

49 107

UIFW EXPENDITURE

LEKWA-TEEMANE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NW396) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 13, Christiana, 2680 PHYSICAL: Cnr Robyn & Dirkie Uys Streets, Christiana TEL: 053 441 2206 FAX: 053 441 3735 EMAIL: registry@lekwa-teemane.co.za WEB: www.lekwateemane.co.za

Chief Financial Officer: Ms Mpai Polori (Acting) Communications Officer: Oatile Letebele LED Officer: Pakiso Leshage Other Senior Management: Tebogo Lesie (MM and Director: Community Services), Oatile Letebele (Director: Corporate Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Disclaimer

Qualified audit

OVERVIEW Description: The Lekwa-Teemane Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated in the Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati District Municipality in the North West Province. It neighbours the following municipalities: Maquassi Hills, Mamusa, the Frances Baard District and Magareng. It is one of five municipalities in the district. Lekwa-Teemane was established on 6 December 2000. Christiana is an agricultural town situated on the banks of the Vaal River. The town was established in 1870, when diamonds were discovered in the river banks. Not far from Christiana is the agricultural town of Bloemhof. It was founded in 1864 and established on the farm owned by John Barclay, who survived the HMS Birkenhead shipwreck in 1852. The place became known as Bloemhof (flower court) because of the lovely gardens that were planted there by Barclay’s daughter. Area: 3 654km2 Cities/Towns: Bloemhof, Christiana Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture and hunting (12.6%), transport (8%), finance and insurance (7.6%)

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

311 998

242 523

248 098

Total Expenditure

305 106

257 296

523 744

6 893

(14 773)

(275 646)

44 536

17 662

22 949

Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets

84 500

27 585

31 335

Total Current Liabilities

105 589

258 068

232 436

Community Wealth/Equity

529 700

111 460

143 592

(4 203)

19 621

(209 552)

2 200

(278)

(389)

n/a

7 317

74 365

2015/16

2014/15

301

303

Vacant Positions

67

64

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Managerial Positions

20

21

Population: 56 025 No Schooling: 9.6% Households: 16 496

Vacant Managerial Positions

Population Growth: 1.16% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 32.9% Formal Dwellings: 93.3%

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY*

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 10, DA 3, F4SD 2, EFF 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Kagiso Palagangwe Other Members of Council: Kagiso Palagangwe (Mayor and Speaker), Elias Majikela (Whip), Mpho Pilane (Chairperson: Infrastructure, Development and Town Planning Portfolio Committee), Lydia Segola (Chairperson: Community Services and LED Portfolio Committee), Kgalalelo Majahe (Chairperson: Finance and Corporate Services Portfolio Committee) Municipal Manager: Mr Tebogo Lesie

Inside Yard

Water

<200m from Yard

Electricity

1

52 649

52 166

2015/16

2014/15

17 542

14 930

0

2 612

Households - Free Basic Service

6 500

5 900

Total Customer Entities Served

17 000

14 982

Households - Free Basic Service

6 500

5 900

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

16 649

13 991

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

Sewerage

1

Ventilated Pit Latrine Bucket System Households - Free Basic Service

800

800

0

2 612

93

139

6 500

5 900

MAMUSA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NW393) CONTACT DETAILS

OVERVIEW

POSTAL: PO Box 5, Schweizer-Reneke, 2780 PHYSICAL: 28 Schweizer Street, Schweizer-Reneke TEL: 053 963 1331 FAX: 053 963 2474 WEB: www.mamusa.gov.za

Description: The Mamusa Local Municipality is a Category B municipality

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

situated within the Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati District Municipality in the North West Province. It is bordered by the Ngaka Modiri Molema District in the north, Greater Taung and Lekwa-Teemane in the south, the Dr Kenneth Kaunda District in the east, and Naledi in the west.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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NORTH WEST

It is the smallest of the five municipalities that make up the district, accounting for 8% of its geographical area. The seat of the municipality is Schweizer-Reneke. Area: 3 614km2 Cities/Towns: Amalia, Schweizer-Reneke

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Disclaimer

Disclaimer

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

154 295

174 219

170 561

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Total Expenditure

165 894

200 421

177 165

Surplus/(Deficit)

(11 599)

(26 202)

(6 604)

Population: 64 000 No Schooling: 16.0% Households: 15 473

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

20 279

35 388

22 197

Total Current Assets

26 746

107 030

93 442

Total Current Liabilities

71 226

120 350

88 085

213 287

358 932

369 655 22 463

Population Growth: 1.33% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 25.8% Formal Dwellings: 83.5%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Community Wealth/Equity

Composition of Council: ANC 11, F4SD 3, EFF 2, DA 1, VF PLUS 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr K A Motswana Other Members of Council: K A Motswana (Mayor and Speaker),

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

Kgotso Edward Maine (Chief Whip)

Municipal Manager: Mr Ruben Gincane Chief Financial Officer: Ms S Mini Communications Officer: Mr J Maine LED Officer: O Kgadiete Other Senior Management: Mothusi Oagile (Corporate Services),

2015/16

Total Employment Positions Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

36 589 1 119

384

n/a

41 578

10 198

2015/16

2014/15

10 280

9 700

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Water

Gaborone Mothibi (Community Services)

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2 360 (2 812)

2014/15

214

188

14

14

57 070

49 716

Electricity

Sewerage

<200m from Yard

1 500

1 500

>200m from Yard

2 080

2 080

Households - Free Basic Service

9 568

8 788

Total Customer Entities Served

14 670

14 458

Households - Free Basic Service

7 388

5 820

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

7 970

7 970

Ventilated Pit Latrine

5 030

5 030

Bucket System Households - Free Basic Service

280

280

7 388

8 788

2015/16

2014/15

NALEDI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NW392) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 35, Vryburg, 8600 PHYSICAL: 19A Market Street, Vryburg TEL: 053 928 2200 FAX: 053 927 3482 WEB: www.naledilocal.co.za

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

Description: The Naledi Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated in the western part of the Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati District in the North West Province. It is bordered by the Ngaka Modiri Molema District in the north, Greater Taung in the south, Mamusa in the east, and Kagisano-Molopo in the west. It is the second-largest of the five municipalities that make up the district, accounting for 16% of its geographical area. It is known as the Texas of South Africa because of the cattle breeding and agricultural activities that take place there. Area: 7 030km2 Cities/Towns: Stella, Vryburg Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture and hunting (27.8%)

Unaudited

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

OVERVIEW

2016/17

R’000

R’000

R’000

402 460

374 658

362 733

Total Expenditure

412 470

418 026

686 126

Surplus/(Deficit)

(10 009)

(43 369)

(323 393)

49 684

63 016

91 231

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

83 185

76 195

58 567

Total Current Liabilities

Total Current Assets

483 258

427 141

373 623

Community Wealth/Equity

287 685

296 455

338 269

Operating Cash Flow

53 331

73 053

58 092

Cash at Year End

18 628

18 583

1 285

n/a

92 837

353 784

2015/16

2014/15

502

551

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 68 803 No Schooling: 10.2% Households: 20 692

Population Growth: 0.68% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 37.3% Formal Dwellings: 84.9%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 13, DA 5, EFF 2 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr N W Skalk Other Members of Council: N W Skalk (Mayor and Chairperson: Executive Committee), C J Groep (Speaker), K Bosantsi (Community Services and LED), L Ekkelton (Chairperson: Infrastructure, Basic Services and Social Development), L Pretorius (Chairperson: Finance and Economic Development), H Philander (Chairperson: Municipal Public Accounts) Municipal Manager: Mr Tshepo Bloom Chief Financial Officer: Mr David Thornhill Communications Officer: Kgomotso Mmusi LED Officer: Tshepo Goralotse Other Senior Management: Mr Raymond Mokoena (Acting Executive Manager: Technical Services), Mr Paul Makobo (Acting Executive Manager: Community Services), Mrs Connie Malefo (Executive Manager: Corporate Service and Administration)

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Financially Financially unqualified unqualified

Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions

37

62

Managerial Positions

45

45

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY*

Water

2015/16

2014/15

18 112

17 333

<200m from Yard

2 437

3 044

>200m from Yard

489

489

5 025

5 954

Total Customer Entities Served

15 983

15 311

Households - Free Basic Service

3 407

3 203

14 399

13 795

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

Sewerage

3 146 969

Inside Yard

Households - Free Basic Service

Electricity

3 159 279

943

943

1 641

1 641

Bucket System

403

380

Other

330

330

5 025

5 025

Ventilated Pit Latrine

Households - Free Basic Service

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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NGAKA MODIRI MOLEMA DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC38)

NORTH WEST

CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X2167, Mahikeng, 2745 PHYSICAL: Cnr Carrington Street & 1st Avenue, Industrial Site, Mahikeng TEL: 018 381 9400 FAX: 018 381 0561 EMAIL: municipalmanager@nmmdm.gov.za WEB: www.nmmdm.gov.za RAMOTSHERE MOILOA

OVERVIEW Description: The Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality is a Category C municipality and one of four district municipalities in the North West Province. It is situated centrally within the province and shares an international border with Botswana. It is comprised of five local municipalities: Mahikeng, Ratlou, Ramotshere Moiloa, Ditsobotla and Tswaing. The district is home to Mahikeng (previously Mafikeng), the capital of the province. Aptly named, the capital is nicknamed ‘The City of Goodwill’, which is also the city’s slogan. It is a rapidly growing, modern, residential, administrative and commercial town, which contrasts with its fascinating history. Area: 28 114km2 Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, tourism, mining

Zeerust Groot Marico

Mmabatho

Disaneng

!

Mahikeng

RATLOU

DITSOBOTLA Lichtenburg

Madibogo

Coligny

TSWAING

Sannieshof

Delareyville Ottosdal

Population Growth: 1.22% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 32.8% Formal Dwellings: 82.7%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Composition of Council: ANC 10, EFF 3, DA 2, AIC 1, F4SD 1

2016/17

2015/16

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

854 454

695 304

669 447

Total Expenditure

705 105

1 172 183

996 547

Surplus/(Deficit)

149 349

(476 879)

(327 101)

291 133

795 543

122 742

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

(40% PR Seats)

Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Tshepo Justice Makolomakwa Other Members of Council: Yoliswa Sechoaro (Speaker), Itumeleng Lethoko (Single Whip), Priscilla Kwanaite (Community Services), Gilbert Mathakathaka (Infrastructure), Mmathapelo Tlhako (Corporate Resources Support Services), Eric Landsman (Planning and Development), Phemelo Malebelela (Finance, Economic and Enterprise Development) Municipal Manager: M M J Mohlakoana Chief Financial Officer: Mr Morena Mofokeng (Acting) Communications Officer: Ms Lehlohonolo March LED Officer: Mr Gift Ditsele Other Senior Management: Mr Abe Metswamere (Senior Manager: Community Services and Safety), Ms Dineo Mongwaketsi (Internal Audit Executive)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets

AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17 Unaudited

2015/16 Disclaimer

2014/15 Disclaimer

2014/15

202 484

194 819

282 593

254 416

596 696

479 370

4 908 508

3 201 105

4 471 473

291 133

97 912

34 152

-

2 278

90 446

n/a

1 165 822

466 016

2015/16

2014/15

1 436

1 419

Vacant Positions

197

142

Managerial Positions

50

49

Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Bakerville

MAHIKENG

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 889 108 No Schooling: 11.6% Households: 269 977

Slurry

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

12

1

314 370

312 737

DITSOBOTLA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NW384) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 7, Litchtenburg, 2740 PHYSICAL: Cnr Nelson Mandela Drive & Transvaal Street, Litchtenburg TEL: 018 633 3800 FAX: 018 632 5247 WEB: www.ditsobotla.gov.za

wholesale and retail (7.4%)

OVERVIEW

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Description: The Ditsobotla Local Municipality is a Category B municipality

Population: 181 865 No Schooling: 8.9% Households: 54 154

situated within the Ngaka Modiri Molema District in the North West Province. It is one of the five municipalities in the district, making up almost a quarter of its geographical area. The seat of the local municipality is Lichtenburg. The municipality was established through the amalgamation of the former Lichtenburg, Coligny and Biesiesvlei Transitional Councils. Its main attractions are cultural, heritage and agricultural museums; the burning vlei – a unique vlei consisting of the thick layers of subterranean peat that burnt for years, creating a rare natural phenomenon; the Lichtenburg Game Breeding Centre; Eufees and Duch Roode Dams, situated between the CBD and Burgersdorp; and Molopo Oog/Wondergat.

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Area: 6 387km2 Cities/Towns: Biesiesvlei, Coligny, Lichtenburg Main Economic Sectors: Manufacturing (38.5%), agriculture (16.5%),

Population Growth: 1.94% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 31.3% Formal Dwellings: 80.5%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 25, DA 7, EFF 5, ACDP 1, F4SD 1, VF PLUS 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: D T Buthelezi Other Members of Council: M E Mmota (Speaker) Municipal Manager: Mr M Juta (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Tsie Tsie (Acting)

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

NORTH WEST

AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

Unaudited

Qualified audit

2014/15 Disclaimer

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

446 121

375 903

344 174

Total Expenditure

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

2014/15

Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

625 86 26 7 164 600

651 51 27 3 150 881

2015/16

2014/15

32 794 18 434 0 5 060 47 873 5 060 14 830 1 650 14 962 2 500 5 060

32 011 0 14 459 4 358 47 224 2 160 14 830 1 650 14 962 2 500 4 358

406 246

532 264

347 408

Surplus/(Deficit)

39 875

(156 362)

(3 234)

SERVICE DELIVERY*

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

39 875

34 237

20 243

319 552

123 305

178 210

61 944

351 439

263 164

981 627

730 120

886 481

Inside Yard <200m from Yard Water >200m from Yard Households - Free Basic Service Total Customer Entities Served Electricity Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Flush Toilet - Septic Tank Sewerage Ventilated Pit Latrine Bucket System Households - Free Basic Service

Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

6 660

44 256

140 298

(24 315)

87 082

77 064

n/a

51 412

32 077

UIFW EXPENDITURE

MAHIKENG LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NW383) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X63, Mmabatho, 2735 PHYSICAL: Cnr University Drive & Hector Peterson Street, Mmabatho TEL: 018 389 0111 FAX: 018 384 4830 EMAIL: communications@mafikeng.gov.za WEB: www.mahikeng.gov.za

Communications Officer: Ms Abigail Batala Other Senior Management: Matlhapi Moloi-Tsae (Director: Infrastructure), Thabo Marumo (Director: Public Safety), Mrs Khumo Nyembe (Director: Community Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

OVERVIEW

AUDIT OUTCOME

Description: The Mahikeng Local Municipality (previously Mafikeng Local

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Municipality) is a Category B municipality located within the Ngaka Modiri Molema District in Mahikeng (previously Mafikeng), the capital city of the North West Province. It is situated next to the Botswana border, and is just a three-hour drive from Johannesburg and about 294km from Pretoria. Mahikeng is the smallest of the five municipalities in the district. It is the seat of the Provincial Legislature and the majority of the National State Departments regional offices. It was brought about by the new Local Government transformation in South Africa. Its rich and diverse history dates back to 1852, when the town was founded, and 1899 to 1902 during the Anglo-Boer War, the Mafikeng Siege. Its town is home to the Mahikeng Museum. The Mahikeng Airport, situated 5km west of the Mmabatho CBD, boasts a landing strip of 4.6km, one of the longest runways in the world. Area: 3 646km2 Cities/Towns: Mahikeng, Mmabatho, Ottoshoop Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, mining, manufacturing, trade and tourism

Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 314 394 No Schooling: 7.1% Households: 103 333

Population Growth: 1.72% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 40.7% Formal Dwellings: 86.8%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 43, EFF 12, DA 7, F4SD 3, UCDP 2, ACDP 1, COPE 1

Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Betty Diakanyo Other Members of Council: T Makolomakwa (Speaker), G Kgwadibane (Chief Whip)

Municipal Manager: Mr Thabo Mokwena Chief Financial Officer: Mr Terrence Mathe (Acting)

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Disclaimer

Disclaimer

R’000

R’000

R’000

683 553 638 269 45 284 127 057

694 960 741 359 (46 398) 260 964

593 471 780 694 (187 223) 89 986

328 871 519 391 792 914

289 425 399 873 928 715

304 986 408 392 906 338

134 305 (81 564) n/a

92 552 8 422 437 801

49 705 4 305 262 328

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

2014/15

Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

809 114 39 13 265 600

847 133 45 13 219 639

SERVICE DELIVERY*

2015/16

2014/15

18 668 15 474 24 246 269 74 092 883 15 303 2 613 13 081 43 870 269

17 303 15 474 24 246 3 677 74 092 3 677 15 303 2 613 13 081 43 870 3 677

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

Inside Yard <200m from Yard Water >200m from Yard Households - Free Basic Service Total Customer Entities Served Electricity Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Flush Toilet - Septic Tank Sewerage Ventilated Pit Latrine Other Households - Free Basic Service

RAMOTSHERE MOILOA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NW385) CONTACT DETAILS

OVERVIEW

POSTAL: PO Box 92, Zeerust, 2865 PHYSICAL: Cnr President & Coetzee Streets, Zeerust TEL: 018 642 1081 FAX: 018 642 1175 / 018 642 2618 EMAIL: communications@ramotshere.gov.za WEB: www.ramotshere.gov.za

Description: The Ramotshere Moiloa Local Municipality (previously Zeerust

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Local Municipality) is a Category B municipality situated within the Ngaka Modiri Molema District in the North West Province. It is bordered by Botswana and the Limpopo Province in the north, Mahikeng and Ditsobotla in the south, the Bojanala Platinum District in the east, and Botswana in the west.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

Unaudited

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 157 690 No Schooling: 15.5% Households: 48 070

2016/17

Population Growth: 0.74% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 34.6% Formal Dwellings: 78.0%

2015/16

2014/15

Qualified Financially audit unqualified

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

274 296

326 417

259 693

Total Expenditure

284 492

294 262

290 551

Surplus/(Deficit)

(10 196)

32 155

(30 858)

n/a

55 216

48 687

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets

67 533

84 135

70 212

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Total Current Liabilities

93 257

77 355

86 591

Composition of Council: ANC 23, EFF 6, AA 3, DA 2, AGANG SA 1,

Community Wealth/Equity

543 392

536 698

504 542

UCDP 1, VF PLUS 1, WTPP 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Dr P K Mothoagae

CASH FLOWS 30 296

44 752

68 278

2 035

6 753

18 136

n/a

91 890

114 146

2015/16

2014/15

Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

Other Members of Council: T R Moiloa (Speaker), K I Manthoko (Chief Whip), A N Nyamane, N M Tshikovhi, B Pheloane, M F Rajan, B Mooketsi Municipal Manager: Mr Adroos Sayed Ahmed Chief Financial Officer: Mr Reuben Attie Morris Communications Officer: Mrs Dirontsho Sebego (Manager) LED Officer: Mr B Molebatsi (Manager) Other Senior Management: Mr T Seleka (Community Services), Mrs M Mathye (CAE), Advocate Bakang Selebogo (Corporate Services), Mr G Makaukau (Technical Services)

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

2015/16

2014/15

386

384

40

40

126 837

116 622

UIFW EXPENDITURE SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Water

<200m from Yard

Electricity

10 319

22 500

22 500

Households - Free Basic Service

1 595

1 113

Total Customer Entities Served

40 131

38 976

Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

Sewerage

10 319

7 632

6 922

13 888

13 716

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

242

242

Ventilated Pit Latrine

600

600

1 595

1 595

Households - Free Basic Service

NORTH WEST

It is the largest municipality of the five that make up the district, accounting for a quarter of its geographical area. The seat of the municipality is Zeerust. Area: 7 323km2 Cities/Towns: Groot Marico, Zeerust

RATLOU LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NW381) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X209, Madibogo, 2772 PHYSICAL: R507 Delareyville Road, Next to Setlagole Library, Setlagole Village TEL: 018 330 7000 FAX: 018 330 7047 WEB: www.ratlou.gov.za

Communications Officer: Ms Shallot Setlhaku LED Officer: Mr Job Matlhoko (Acting Senior Manager: Town Planning and Development)

Other Senior Management: Mr P More (Acting Senior Manager: Technical Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

OVERVIEW Description: The Ratlou Local Municipality (previously Setla-Kgobi Local Municipality) is a Category B municipality situated within the Ngaka Modiri Molema District in the North West Province. It shares its borders with three other municipalities and the Republic of Botswana. It is one of the five municipalities that make up the district, and is divided into 14 wards. Owing to its nature as a rural municipality, Ratlou does not have large economic centres within its jurisdiction. Most government services are conducted from various centres that are mainly located in Setlagole. Area: 4 884km2 Cities/Towns: Disaneng, Kraaipan, Madibogo, Setlagole Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, mining, tourism

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

197 533

160 293

169 268

Total Expenditure

135 800

152 568

113 010

61 733

7 725

56 257

64 808

67 977

40 932 94 803

Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets

97 961

82 333

Total Current Liabilities

32 053

38 850

18 339

333 668

317 128

309 403

Operating Cash Flow

71 486

62 603

39 760

Cash at Year End

13 484

58 230

26 692

n/a

4 994

11 056

2015/16

2014/15

243

176

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE

Population: 106 108 No Schooling: 19.0% Households: 29 120

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

Population Growth: -0.26% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 16.1% Formal Dwellings: 81.8%

Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 20, EFF 3, DA 2, F4SD 2, UCDP 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Tebogo Modise Other Members of Council: Matahleho Margaret Dala (Speaker), Keemeteng Francisco Ntwe (Chairperson: MPAC), Lerato Godi (Infrastructure and Technical Services Portfolio), Oabile Seabelo (Corporate Services and Finance Portfolio), David Seitshiro (Community Services and LED Portfolio), Kegomoditswe Badirwang (Town Planning Development Portfolio) Municipal Manager: Mrs Patience Lekgetho (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mrs Priscilla Moruakgomo (Acting)

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

2014/15

Total Revenue

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Unaudited

2015/16

Qualified Financially audit unqualified

Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Water Electricity Sewerage

4

8

30

27

4

3

58 537

50 960

2015/16

2014/15

<200m from Yard

26 889

4 269

>200m from Yard

0

22 620

Total Customer Entities Served

27 760

27 050

Households - Free Basic Service

10 605

8 414

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank Ventilated Pit Latrine

1 324

1 324

21 488

21 488

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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TSWAING LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NW382)

NORTH WEST

CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 24, Delareyville, 2770 PHYSICAL: Cnr General Delarey & Government Streets, Delareyville TEL: 053 948 9400 FAX: 053 948 1500 EMAIL: corporate@tswaing.gov.za WEB: www.tswaing.gov.za

LED Officer: Mr S Mopalami Other Senior Management: Mrs Y Mogopa (Acting Community Services Director), Mr K D Dikgwatlhe (Technical Director)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

OVERVIEW Description: The Tswaing Local Municipality is a Category B municipality

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 20, DA 5, EFF 3, VF PLUS 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: D L Malwane Other Members of Council: P U Lobelo (Speaker) Municipal Manager: Mr D H Moate (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Ms M Kwenamore (Acting)

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Disclaimer

R’000

R’000

187 560

198 668

SERVICE DELIVERY*

Unaudited

R’000

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population Growth: 0.87% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 24.1% Formal Dwellings: 80.9%

2014/15

196 934

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

2015/16 Qualified audit

Total Revenue

situated in the Ngaka Modiri Molema District in the North West Province. It is one of the five local municipalities in this district, making up almost a quarter of its geographical area. Tswaing Local Municipality provides all the basic services in its area of jurisdiction except water and sanitation, which are provided by the Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality. The data from Global Insight Regional Explorer 593 indicates that there has been tremendous improvement in the allocation of services to the communities in the Tswaing Local Municipality, especially housing, water, electricity and sanitation. Despite these positive results, the municipality still faces challenges with regards to backlogs in the provision of water, electricity, sanitation, roads and street lighting. The main reason for this is the increase in population in the past 10 years, partly due to evictions of people in the surrounding farms and partly because of the natural growth of the population. Area: 5 875km2 Cities/Towns: Delareyville, Ottosdal, Sannieshof Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, small-scale mining

Population: 129 052 No Schooling: 16.8% Households: 35 300

2016/17

Total Expenditure

167 041

206 525

339 391

Surplus/(Deficit)

29 893

(18 966)

(140 723)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

29 739

42 967

39 421

Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

60 004

45 947

36 916

57 102

140 837

142 581

469 466

388 392

394 778

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE

27 705

2 100

(32 881)

(9 560)

(32 310)

(72 772)

n/a

224 315

91 340

2015/16

2014/15

270

346

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions

4

7

Managerial Positions

12

16

Vacant Managerial Positions

Inside Yard

Water

Electricity

7 72 793

2015/16

2014/15

16 116

16 116

<200m from Yard

389

389

>200m from Yard

11 015

11 015

Households - Free Basic Service

4 000

4 000

Total Customer Entities Served

26 811

25 736

Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

Sewerage

4 77 334

Ventilated Pit Latrine Households - Free Basic Service

5 271

4 000

12 904

12 904

1 882

1 882

4 000

4 000

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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NORTHERN CAPE

KEY STATISTICS GEOGRAPHY

FRANCES BAARD

LAND AREA 372 889km2

JOHN TAOLO GAETSEWE NAMAKWA

LAND PERCENTAGE 30.5%

PIXLEY KA SEME ZF MGCAWU

PEOPLE JOE MOROLONG

1 193 780

DAWID KRUIPER

435 031

POPULATION

GAMAGARA GA-SEGONYANA

YOUTH (15-34 YEARS)

PHOKWANE KGATELOPELE TSANTSABANE DIKGATLONG

MAGARENG

RICHTERSVELD KAI !GARIB

!KHEIS

KHAI-MA NAMA KHOI

SIYATHEMBA

99,8

36,4

SEX RATIO (MALES/100 FEMALES)

YOUTH PROPORTION

21.1%

6.6%

EDUCATION

POVERTY HEADCOUNT

SOL PLAATJE

SIYANCUMA

THEMBELIHLE

RENOSTERBERG

KAMIESBERG KAREEBERG

EMTHANJENI

UMSOBOMVU

HANTAM UBUNTU

(GRADE 12 – AGED 20+)

KAROO HOOGLAND

UNEMPLOYMENT*

29.9%

The vast and arid Northern Cape is the largest province in South Africa, taking up nearly a third of the country’s land area. It covers an area of 372 889km2 and has a population of 1 193 780 the least populous of South Africa’s provinces. It is bordered by Namibia and Botswana to the north, and also by the North West, Free State, Eastern Cape and Western Cape Provinces. The cold Atlantic Ocean forms the province’s western boundary. The capital city is Kimberley. Other important towns are Upington, centre of the karakul sheep and dried-fruit industries, and the most northerly winemaking region of South Africa; Springbok, which is in the heart of the Namaqualand spring-flower country; and Kuruman and De Aar, the location of the second most important junction of South Africa’s railway network. Sutherland is host to the southern hemisphere’s largest astronomical observatory, the multinational sponsored Southern African Large Telescope. The Northern Cape is rich in minerals. Alluvial diamonds are extracted from the beaches and the sea between Alexander Bay and Port Nolloth. The Sishen Mine near Kathu is the biggest source of iron ore in South Africa, while the copper mine at Okiep is one of the oldest mines in the country. Copper is also mined at Springbok and Aggeneys. The province is rich in asbestos, manganese, fluorspar, semi-precious stones and marble. The province has fertile agricultural land in the Orange River Valley, especially at Upington, Kakamas and Keimoes, where grapes and fruit are intensively cultivated. The interior Karoo relies on sheep farming, while the karakul-pelt industry is one of the most important in the Gordonia district of Upington. Wheat, fruit, peanuts, maize and cotton are produced at the Vaalharts Irrigation Scheme near Warrenton. The Northern Cape is divided into five district municipalities, which are further subdivided into 26 local municipalities.

43.1%

OFFICIAL RATE

EXPANDED RATE

HOUSING HOUSEHOLD SIZE 3,8

HOUSEHOLDS 353 709 83.5%

2.3%

12.8%

FORMAL DWELLINGS

TRADITIONAL DWELLINGS

INFORMAL DWELLINGS

HOUSEHOLD SERVICES ACCESS TO PIPED WATER

86.0%

FLUSH/CHEMICAL TOILET

69.5%

CONNECTED TO ELECTRICITY

89.0%

Sources: Community Survey 2016 – Provinces at a glance, published by Stats SA. *Unemployment figures from Quarterly Labour Force Survey, Quarter 3, 2017, published by Stats SA.

NORTHERN CAPE MUNICIPALITIES Frances Baard District Dikgatlong Magareng Phokwane Sol Plaatje John Taolo Gaetsewe District Ga-Segonyana

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186 186

Gamagara Joe Morolong

190

Namakwa District Hantam Kamiesberg Karoo Hoogland Khai-Ma Nama Khoi Richtersveld

191

191

187 187 188

189 189

192 193 193 194 194

Pixley Ka Seme District Emthanjeni Kareeberg Renosterberg Siyancuma Siyathemba Thembelihle Ubuntu Umsobomvu

196 196 197 198 198 199

ZF Mgcawu District !Kheis Dawid Kruiper Kai !Garib Kgatelopele Tsantsabane

201 202 202 203 203 204

199 200 200

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FRANCES BAARD DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC9) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X6088, Kimberley, 8300 PHYSICAL: 51 Drakensberg Avenue, Carters Glen, Kimberley TEL: 053 838 0911 FAX: 053 861 1538 EMAIL: frances.baard@fbdm.co.za WEB: www.francesbaard.gov.za

Hartswater

PHOKWANE Jan Kempdorp

OVERVIEW

Warrenton

Description: The Frances Baard District Municipality is a Category C municipality located in the far eastern portion of the Northern Cape Province. It shares its northern borders with the North West Province and its eastern border with the Free State Province. The municipality is the smallest district in the Northern Cape, making up only 3% of its geographical area. However, it accommodates the largest proportion of the province’s population. It comprises the four local municipalities of Dikgatlong, Magareng, Phokwane and Sol Plaatje. Kimberley, which is where the district municipality is located, is less than 500km away from Johannesburg in the north, less than 1 000km away from Cape Town in the south, and less than 800km away from the Port of Durban in the east. Area: 12 836km2 Main Economic Sectors: Community services (28%), finance (22%), trade (15%), transport (12%), mining (10%), agriculture (4%), manufacturing (4%), construction (3%), electricity (2%)

Barkly West

Kimberley

SOL PLAATJE

Ritchie

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Population: 387 741 No Schooling: 7.1% Households: 113 330

AUDIT OUTCOME

Population Growth: 0.33% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 39.1% Formal Dwellings: 83.7%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 7, DA 3, EFF 1 (40% PR Seats) Mayor: Ms Buyiswa Ximba Other Members of Council: M B Silingile (Speaker), K C Mothibi (Chairperson: Finance Committee), E M Mathe (Chairperson: Policy and Institutional Development Committee), M E Mokgatlhanyane (Chairperson: Infrastructure Development Committee), L N Shushu (Chairperson: Planning and Development), M E Motsamai (Chairperson: Social Development Committee) Municipal Manager: Ms Z M Bogatsu Chief Financial Officer: Onneile Moseki (Acting) Communications Officer: Ms Gerline Roman Other Senior Management: Freddy Netshivhodza (Acting HOD: Planning and Development), Peet van der Walt (HOD: Infrastructure Services)

Windsorton

Delportshoop

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

MAGARENG

DIKGATLONG

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited Clean audit Clean audit

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

R’000

R’000

R’000

121 968 137 409 (15 441) 7 325

121 058 137 555 (16 497) 5 582

110 402 112 869 (2 467) 2 125

60 900 24 890 68 427

77 476 22 961 83 757

97 164 22 579 94 465

(5 369) 54 602 n/a

(11 670) 69 246 378

4 082 87 483 59

2015/16

2014/15

191 22 25 1 58 731

183 29 23 6 52 804

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

DIKGATLONG LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NC092) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X5, Barkly West, 8375 PHYSICAL: 33 Campbell Street, Barkly West TEL: 053 531 6500 FAX: 053 531 0624 WEB: www.dikgatlong.co.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Dikgatlong Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Frances Baard District in the Northern Cape Province. The municipality lies on the northern bank of the Vaal River, 37km from the city of Kimberley, which is south-east from Dikgatlong. It is the largest of the four municipalities in the district, making up more than half of its geographical area. It was established in 2000 through the Local Government Demarcation process, whereby the towns of Barkly West, Delpoortshoop and Windsorton were amalgamated into one municipality. The name Dikgatlong is derived from a Setswana word meaning ‘confluence’, as it refers to the place where the Harts and Vaal Rivers flow into each other at Delpoortshoop.

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Area: 7 316km2 Cities/Towns: Barkly West, Delportshoop, Windsorton Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture (22%), mining (7%), manufacturing (7%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 48 473 No Schooling: 10.5% Households: 14 824

Population Growth: 0.78% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 26.1% Formal Dwellings: 75.9%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 8, DA 2, EFF 2, INDEPENDENT 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Dorothy Mbizeni Other Members of Council: Dorothy Mbizeni (Mayor and Speaker), Eric Makoko (Chief Whip)

Municipal Manager: Mr Kgotso Mooketsi Chief Financial Officer: Mr Chris Mokeng (Acting) Communications Officer: Mr Tebogo Hammer LED Officer: Mr Eddie Charles Manuel

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Disclaimer

R’000

R’000

R’000

199 822

171 403

139 719

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure

167 412

172 142

226 057

Surplus/(Deficit)

32 409

(739)

(86 338)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

75 669

23 675

39 174

Total Current Assets

187 714

98 478

83 774

58 172

83 526

85 165

682 312

549 480

550 219

Operating Cash Flow

77 714

17 333

18 589

Cash at Year End

83 289

477

2 437

n/a

87 108

238 868

Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

2014/15

240

252

29

33

Managerial Positions

9

9

Vacant Managerial Positions

4

2

52 030

49 597

2015/16

2014/15

10 065

10 052

Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Water

>200m from Yard

350

350

2 007

1 260

Total Customer Entities Served

11 867

11 760

Households - Free Basic Service

2 007

1 260

Households - Free Basic Service

Electricity

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

Sewerage

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank Bucket System

2 124

2 124

8 248

8 248

642

30

2 007

1 260

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

n/a

Disclaimer

Households - Free Basic Service

NORTHERN CAPE

Other Senior Management: Mr Paballo Abrahm Nthoba (Manager: Technical), Mrs B Tsinyane (Manager: Corporate Services), Mr Letlhogonolo Marvelous Seele (Manager: Housing), Mr Boitumelo Christian Mokeng (Senior Accountant), Mr Letshegetswe Abrahm Kesekile (Senior HR), Mr Tebogo Hammer (Manager: Mayoral Office)

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE

MAGARENG LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NC093) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 10, Warrenton, 8530 PHYSICAL: Magrieta Prinsloo Street, Warrenton TEL: 053 497 3111 FAX: 053 497 4514 WEB: www.magareng.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Magareng Local Municipality is a Category B municipality within the Frances Baard District of the Northern Cape Province. It is bordered by Phokwane and the North West Province in the north, Sol Plaatje in the south, the Free State Province in the east, and Dikgatlong in the west. It is one of the four municipalities that make up the district, accounting for 12% of its geographical area. Magareng is a Setswana name meaning ‘in the middle’. The name reflects the geographic location of the municipality in relation to other areas. Area: 1 546km2 Cities/Towns: Warrenton

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 24 059 No Schooling: 12.5% Households: 6 970

Population Growth: -0.14% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 30.2% Formal Dwellings: 82.3%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 5, DA 2, EFF 2 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Bongile Mhaleni Other Members of Council: Julia Tshekedi (Chief Whip) Municipal Manager: Ms K Gaborone

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

R’000

R’000

R’000

106 832 136 381 (29 549) n/a

101 912 112 732 (10 820) 19 263

100 187 127 870 (27 683) 23 093

21 980 134 219 118 346

16 915 100 830 149 032

23 142 56 584 214 745

13 461 106 n/a

17 735 214 3 032

11 575 (7 292) 36 850

2015/16

2014/15

203 62 23 11 37 514

180 17 24 1 32 751

2015/16

2014/15

6 135 1 228 2 319 7 363 2 319 4 882 1 253 1 228 2 319

6 135 1 228 2 330 7 363 2 330 4 882 1 253 1 228 2 330

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard <200m from Yard Water Households - Free Basic Service Total Customer Entities Served Electricity Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Flush Toilet - Septic Tank Sewerage Ventilated Pit Latrine Households - Free Basic Service

PHOKWANE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NC094) CONTACT DETAILS

OVERVIEW

POSTAL: Private Bag X3, Hartswater, 8570 PHYSICAL: 24 Hertzog Street, Hartswater TEL: 053 474 9700 FAX: 053 474 1768 EMAIL: customercare@phokwane.gov.za WEB: www.phokwane.gov.za

Description: The Phokwane Local Municipality is a Category B

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

municipality situated within the Frances Baard District in the Northern Cape Province. It is the smallest of the four municipalities in the district, making up 6% of its geographical area. The municipality is situated 125km along the N18 to Vryburg. The administrative seat of the municipality is Hartswater. The majority of inhabitants are found in the peri-urban areas of the municipality.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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In terms of agriculture, Phokwane exports grape, citrus and olive products. The municipality is named after Queen Phokwane, the wife of Kgosi Galeshewe of the Barolong boo Ra-Tlhaping tribe. Phokwane is nestled in the lush green delta of the Hartswater region and boasts the second-largest irrigation scheme in the Southern Hemisphere, namely the Vaalharts Irrigation Scheme. Area: 828km2 Cities/Towns: Hartswater, Jan Kempdorp, Pampierstat Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, community development, retail, private household, informal

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 60 168 No Schooling: 13.6% Households: 19 597

Population Growth: -1.05% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 30.1% Formal Dwellings: 82.1%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 12, DA 3, EFF 3, AIC 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mrs Keosentsemang Maria Kalman Other Members of Council: Mr Horatius Modiakgotla (Speaker), Shadrack Thube (Chief Whip and Chairperson: Technical Services), Stoffel Mokale (Chairperson: Finance Subcommittee), Anna Moremong (Chairperson: Corporate Services), Crocket Adams (Chairperson: Community Services), Keosentsemang Maria Kalman (Chairperson: Exco) Municipal Manager: Adv Matshidiso Mogale Chief Financial Officer: Mr Kevin Khoabane Communications Officer: Ms Kgalalelo Letshabo Other Senior Management: Mr Zithulele Nikani (Director: Planning and Operations), Mr Richard Sengani (Director: Human Settlement and Infrastructure), Mr Mpho Mojaki (Director: Cooperative Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

n/a

Disclaimer

R’000

R’000

R’000

309 453

236 223

272 796

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure

270 351

176 359

350 598

Surplus/(Deficit)

39 102

59 864

(77 802)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

35 779

45 942

56 197

Total Current Assets

112 045

-

100 109

Total Current Liabilities

30 432

-

53 640

260 901

-

655 191 27 195

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow

70 709

78 842

Cash at Year End

39 382

86 349

4 063

n/a

206 133

135 330

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2015/16

2014/15

Total Employment Positions

428

428

Vacant Positions

104

104

18

18

Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY*

Water

63 898

2015/16

2014/15

13 862

13 862

<200m from Yard

2 380

2 380

>200m from Yard

951

951

3 523

1 714

Total Customer Entities Served

14 468

14 468

Households - Free Basic Service

3 523

2 229

12 400

12 400

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

404

404

Ventilated Pit Latrine

890

890

Bucket System

824

824

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

Sewerage

3

67 211

Inside Yard

Households - Free Basic Service

Electricity

3

Other Households - Free Basic Service

40

40

3 523

2 631

SOL PLAATJE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NC091) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X5030, Kimberley, 8300 PHYSICAL: Sol Plaatje Drive, Kimberley TEL: 053 830 6911/6100 FAX: 053 833 1005 WEB: www.solplaatje.org.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Sol Plaatje Local Municipality is a Category B municipality located in the Frances Baard District in the Northern Cape Province. It is bordered by Dikgatlong in the north, the Pixley ka Seme District in the south and west, and the Free State Province in the east. It is one of the four municipalities that make up the district, accounting for a quarter of its geographical area. It includes the diamond mining city of Kimberley. Sol Plaatje Municipality is named after Solomon Tshekisho Plaatje, who was a South African intellectual, journalist, linguist, politician, translator and writer. Solomon Plaatje was born just outside Boshof, formerly the Orange Free State (now Free State Province). Area: 3 145km2 Cities/Towns: Kimberley, Ritchie Main Economic Sectors: Community services (33%), finance (24%), trade (14%), mining (8%)

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 255 041 No Schooling: 4.5% Households: 71 939

Population Growth: 0.63% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 44.3% Formal Dwellings: 85.9%

Other Members of Council: E Johnson (Speaker), Winters Manga Keetile (Chief Whip), D S Chinkuli (MMC: Transport, Roads and Storm Water), M Mentjies (MMC: Community Services), F Kruger (MMC: Corporate Services and Human Resources), O E Matshidiso (MMC: Finance), M Moshweu (MMC: Economic Development, Urban Renewal and Tourism), O B Plaatjie (MMC: Human Settlement Services), R T Morwe (MMC: IDP, Budget and PM), A N Boqo (MMC: Intergovernmental, International Relations and Customer Services), L P Meleng (MMC: Safety and Security), S Mpampi (MMC: Utility Services), N Buda (Chairperson: MPAC), T C Ngoma (Chairperson: SPELLUM) Municipal Manager: Mr Goolam Akharwaray Chief Financial Officer: Ms Zuziwe Mahloko Communications Officer: Sello Matsie LED Officer: Mr P Sithole Other Senior Management: Shakes Setlogelo (Acting Director: Community Services), Nomonde Kesiamang (Director: Strategy and Economic Development), Noxolo Molepo (Manager: Internal Audit), Zuziwe Mahloko (Director: Finance), Gail Jele (Manager: PMU), Velile Pitso (Legal Services) EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY*

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 38, DA 19, EFF 5, COPE 1, INDEPENDENT 1, VF PLUS 1

Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Octavious Mangaliso Matika

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Inside Yard <200m from Yard Water Households - Free Basic Service Total Customer Entities Served Electricity Households - Free Basic Service

2015/16

2014/15

2 349 435 98 7 621 822

2 480 733 98 21 482 856

2015/16

2014/15

54 338 6 154 13 873 64 305 13 873

53 550 6 747 13 395 64 297 13 395

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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Sewerage

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Ventilated Pit Latrine Bucket System Households - Free Basic Service

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

57 583 860 2 049 13 873

53 550 4 680 2 076 13 395

2015/16

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

2014/15

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

R’000

R’000

R’000

2 010 171 1 755 197 254 974

1 949 602 1 689 376 260 226

1 738 534 1 510 651 227 883

2015/16

2014/15

119 079

174 542

197 907

1 341 527

1 166 357

989 354

249 562

240 761

248 389

2 334 732

2 149 178

1 888 952

CASH FLOWS

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

Operating Cash Flow

94 569

169 185

181 912

Cash at Year End

226 561

259 276

275 457

n/a

79 423

215 633

UIFW EXPENDITURE

NORTHERN CAPE

SERVICE DELIVERY*

JOHN TAOLO GAETSEWE DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC45) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 1480, Kuruman, 8460 PHYSICAL: 4 Federale Mynbou Street, Kuruman TEL: 053 712 8700 FAX: 053 712 2502 WEB: http://taologaetsewe.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The John Taolo Gaetsewe District Municipality (previously Kgalagadi) is a Category C municipality located in the north of the Northern Cape Province, bordering Botswana in the west. It comprises the three local municipalities of Gamagara, Ga-Segonyana and Joe Morolong, and 186 towns and settlements, of which the majority (80%) are villages. The boundaries of this district were demarcated in 2006 to include the once north-western part of Joe Morolong and Olifantshoek, along with its surrounds, into the Gamagara Local Municipality. It has an established rail network from Sishen South and between Black Rock and Dibeng. It is characterised by a mixture of land uses, of which agriculture and mining are dominant. The district holds potential as a viable tourist destination and has numerous growth opportunities in the industrial sector. Area: 27 322km2 Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, mining, retail

JOE MOROLONG

Hotazel Mothibistad

Kuruman Dibeng

GAMAGARA

Olifantshoek

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 242 264 No Schooling: 9.8% Households: 72 310

GA-SEGONYANA

Kathu Sishen

AUDIT OUTCOME

Population Growth: 1.70% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 32.3% Formal Dwellings: 80.6%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

2014/15

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

76 957

85 558

78 787

Total Expenditure

92 416

99 702

91 033

(15 459)

(15 687)

(11 010)

2 150

2 033

7 518

Total Current Assets

10 849

29 995

42 971

Total Current Liabilities

19 049

17 645

18 081

51 531

79 734

95 421

Operating Cash Flow

(13 828)

(14 944)

(9 439)

Cash at Year End

(14 585)

923

17 888

n/a

12 019

11 791

2015/16

2014/15

158

131

Vacant Positions

25

21

Managerial Positions

17

7

6

0

58 950

58 373

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

Development Services), Goitsemang Assegaai (Chairperson: Strategic Planning and Organisational Performance), Sylvia Bloem (Chairperson: Finance, Corporate and Planning), Gloria Monaki (Chairperson: Infrastructure and Basic Services) Chief Financial Officer: Galaletsang Moroane Communications Officer: Dineo Leserwane LED Officer: Mr Klaas Teise (Director: Planning and Organisational Performance) Other Senior Management: Tlhomelang Matlhare (Director: Community Development Services), M W Molusi (Director: Basic Services), Gerrie van der Westhuizen (IDP/PMS Manager), Euodia Chadinha (Manager: Budget), Astrid Louw (Manager: Internal Audit), Sharona French-Sulliman (Manager: Assets)

2015/16

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Surplus/(Deficit)

Composition of Council: ANC 12, EFF 5, DA 3 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Sofia Mosikatsi Other Members of Council: Florence Masilabele (Chairperson: Community

2016/17

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

GA-SEGONYANA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NC452) CONTACT DETAILS

OVERVIEW

POSTAL: Private Bag X1522, Kuruman, 8460 PHYSICAL: Cnr Voortrekker & School Streets, Kuruman TEL: 053 712 9300 FAX: 053 712 3581 EMAIL: registry@ga-segonyana.gov.za WEB: www.ga-segonyana.gov.za

Description: The Ga-Segonyana Local Municipality is a Category B

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

municipality situated within the John Taolo Gaetsewe District in the Northern Cape Province. It is one of the three municipalities that make up the district, accounting for 16% of its geographical area. It originated as a cross-boundary municipality that straddled the North West and Northern Cape Provinces.

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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It was established in 2000 through the amalgamation of the Kuruman and Mothibistad Municipalities. The area is also administered through a traditional authority system with two paramount chiefs and headmen. Area: 4 495km2 Cities/Towns: Bankhara-Bodulong, Kuruman, Mothibistad Main Economic Sectors: Mining, agriculture

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 104 408 No Schooling: 6.8% Households: 32 669

Population Growth: 2.47% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 35.4% Formal Dwellings: 81.6%

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

CASH FLOWS

Composition of Council: ANC 18, EFF 5, DA 3, COPE 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Neo George Masegela Other Members of Council: Mr T E Meyers (Speaker), Mr L Moagi

Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

(Chief Whip), B E Modise (Chairperson: Finance Standing Committee), N G Disipi (Chairperson: Human Resource Standing Committee), W A S Aucamp (Chairperson: Community Service Standing Committee), N S Bloem (Chairperson: IDP Standing Committee) Municipal Manager: Mr G E Ntefang Chief Financial Officer: Mrs Tshegofatso Jarvis (Acting) Communications Officer: Mr David Mabudi Other Senior Management: Mr H Diseko (Manager: Office of the Mayor), Mr Tsatsimpe (Director: Corporate Admin Service), Mrs Sampson (Director: Community Services), Mr Smit (Technical Services)

UIFW EXPENDITURE

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Disclaimer

Disclaimer

R’000

R’000

R’000

440 636 312 158 128 478 144 231

390 079 357 937 32 142 119 057

374 340 342 238 32 102 103 857

81 848 43 096 1 177 410

92 577 120 952 973 866

68 129 61 188 941 678

131 277 517 n/a

115 546 532 91 283

94 512 631 101 018

2015/16

2014/15

328 7 20 1 105 111

269 1 16 1 97 555

2015/16

2014/15

9 484 17 332 3 223 22 452 3 223 7 487 257 10 824 3 223

7 809 16 536 24 345 20 966 2 614 7 487 449 9 679 256

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard <200m from Yard Water Households - Free Basic Service Total Customer Entities Served Electricity Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Flush Toilet - Septic Tank Sewerage Ventilated Pit Latrine Households - Free Basic Service

GAMAGARA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NC453) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 1001, Kathu, 8446 PHYSICAL: Cnr Frikkey Meyer & Hendrik Van Eck Roads, Civic Centre, Kathu TEL: 053 723 6000 FAX: 053 723 2021 WEB: www.gamagara.co.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Gamagara Local Municipality is a Category B municipality found in the John Taolo Gaetsewe District within the Northern Cape Province. It is located in the north-eastern sector of the Northern Cape on the N14 National Road between Upington and Vryburg. It lies approximately 200km north-east of Upington and 280km north-west of Kimberley. It is the smallest of the three municipalities that make up the district, accounting for 10% of its geographical area. The central business district (CBD) is located in Kathu. The municipal area owns an endemic camel thorn tree forest that enjoys a National Heritage status and gave Kathu its name. The area boasts the largest single pit, open cast iron ore mine in the world, and is the starting point of the Sisheng—Saldanha railway line. Area: 2 648km2 Cities/Towns: Deben, Kathu, Olifantshoek Main Economic Sectors: Mining, game farming, business services

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 53 656 No Schooling: 8.2% Households: 15 723

Population Growth: 5.77% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 43.8% Formal Dwellings: 79.2%

Community Services Portfolio), Frikkie Nqume (Chairperson: Technical Services), Neo Magagane (Chairperson: Corporate Services Portfolio), Monica Orpen (Chairperson: Strategic Services Portfolio), Abel Booysen (Chairperson: MPAC) Municipal Manager: Mr Ndabayithetwa Moses Grond (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr Ndabayithetwa Moses Grond Communications Officer: Ms Boitumelo Kwetsi LED Officer: Mr Boikanyo Modise Other Senior Management: Mr Lebogang Seetile (Director: Corporate Services), Mrs Refilwe Appols Sebogodi (Director: Community Services), Mr Kagiso Ositang (Director: Infrastructure Services), Mr Protea Leserwane (Director: Strategic Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

Composition of Council: ANC 7, DA 5, EFF 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Edwin Ophaketse Hantise Other Members of Council: Dineo Moyo (Speaker), Boitumelo Lekgadi

Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Unaudited unqualified

Qualified audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

460 730 464 840 (4 110) 80 393

687 139 783 780 (96 641) 67 776

719 137 750 569 (31 431) 70 596

401 002 18 700 1 433 302

22 961 172 264 901 168

25 828 75 033 973 717

(37 019) (90 905) n/a

96 984 13 296 243 374

73 706 (19 019) 267 950

2015/16

2014/15

452 70 24 0 116 539

384 7 25 7 107 980

CASH FLOWS

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

(Chairperson: Finance Portfolio), Anna Joyce Morwe (Chairperson:

2016/17

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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Water Electricity

Inside Yard Households - Free Basic Service Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service

2015/16

2014/15

15 548

14 583

733

850

15 146

14 890

733

850

SERVICE DELIVERY* Sewerage

2015/16

2014/15

14 948

14 583

733

850

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Households - Free Basic Service

JOE MOROLONG LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NC451) CONTACT DETAILS

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

POSTAL: Private Bag X117, Mothibistad, 8474 PHYSICAL: D320 Cardington Road, Churchill Village, Mothibistad TEL: 053 773 9300 FAX: 053 773 9350 EMAIL: registry@joemorolong.gov.za WEB: www.joemorolong.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Joe Morolong Local Municipality is a Category B municipality located in the Northern Cape Province within the John Taolo Gaetsewe District. It is the largest municipality of the three that make up the district, accounting for three quarters of its geographical area. The area is mostly rural, with about 60% of it comprising virgin land surface. The village is situated approximately 24km north-east of Kuruman. Although unemployment is high, the municipality has a great deal of potential for developers, especially those interested in ecotourism and conservation. Area: 20 180km2 Cities/Towns: Hotazel, Santoy, Van Zylsrus Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, mining, community services

2016/17

AUDIT OUTCOME

Unaudited

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE Total Revenue

2015/16

2014/15

Disclaimer

Qualified audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

301 639

345 147

300 739

Total Expenditure

160 945

344 486

101 238

Surplus/(Deficit)

140 694

661

199 501

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

137 326

127 184

181 772 65 453

Total Current Assets

17 964

44 215

Total Current Liabilities

14 525

89 682

57 178

1 415 915

1 624 062

1 623 618

158 038

111 432

200 230

9 998

25 142

53 090

n/a

107 699

44 192

2015/16

2014/15

213

201

9

32

21

21

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Vacant Managerial Positions

Population: 84 201 No Schooling: 15.3% Households: 23 919

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

Population Growth: -1.39% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 18.8% Formal Dwellings: 80.1%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 21, EFF 6, DA 1, UCDP 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Dineo Leutlwetse Other Members of Council: M Pitso (Speaker) Municipal Manager: Mr Tshepo Mac Donald Bloom Chief Financial Officer: Mrs Boipelo Dorcas Motlhaping Communications Officer: Ms Patricia Diketso Maanelo Other Senior Management: Mr T Gopetse (Director: Corporate

NORTHERN CAPE

SERVICE DELIVERY*

SERVICE DELIVERY*

Water

Sewerage

2

64 531

55 978

2015/16

2014/15

Inside Yard

4 048

4 048

<200m from Yard

15 574

15 574

>200m from Yard

4 398

4 398

Households - Free Basic Service

Electricity

2

Total Customer Entities Served Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Ventilated Pit Latrine

1 955

1 955

25 500

25 500

5 988

5 988

1 901

1 901

16 964

16 964

Services), Mr V Phiri (Director: Planning and Development), Mr T Tlhaole (Technical Services), Mr E Khokhong (Legal and Compliance), Mrs Kgomotso Mabudi (Director: Community Services)

NAMAKWA DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC6) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X20, Springbok, 8240 PHYSICAL: Hendrik J Visser Building, Van Riebeeck Street, Springbok TEL: 027 712 8000 FAX: 027 712 8040 EMAIL: info@namakwa-dm.gov.za WEB: www.namakwa-dm.gov.za

OVERVIEW

Alexander Bay Nababeep

RICHTERSVELD Port Nolloth NAMA KHOI Concordia

Kleinzee

O’kiep Springbok

Description: The Namakwa District Municipality is a Category C municipality located in the Northern Cape Province. It is bordered by the republic of Namibia in the north, ZF Mgcawu Local Municipality in the north-east, Cape Winelands District Municipality in the south, West Coast District Municipality in the south-west, Pixley Ka Seme District Municipality in the east, Central Karoo District Municipality in the south-east, and the Atlantic Ocean in the west. It is the largest district in the province, making up over a third of its geographical area. It is comprised of six local municipalities: Nama Khoi, Hantam, Khai-Ma, Kamiesberg, Karoo Hoogland and Richtersveld. The seat of the Namakwa District Municipality is Springbok. Area: 126 836km2 Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, tourism

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Pella Pofadder Aggeneys

KHAI-MA Hondeklip Bay

Kamieskroon Brandvlei

KAMIESBERG Garies Loeriesfontein

HANTAM Calvinia

Williston

KAROO HOOGLAND Fraserburg Sutherland

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 115 488 No Schooling: 4.4% Households: 37 669

Population Growth: -0.07% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 32.2% Formal Dwellings: 95.2%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 3, DA 3 (40% PR Seats) Controlling Party: ANC Other Members of Council: M Groenewald (Speaker), A S Rooi (Municipal Health Services), W J P Links (Corporate Services), S C Nero (Municipal Public Accounts Committee), G Y Pieters (Economic Development, Planning and Infrastructure), B G Vass (Budget and Treasury) Municipal Manager: Mr C J Fortuin Chief Financial Officer: Mr R Datadin Communications Officer: Ms Martha Nell LED Officer: Mr J T Loubser Other Senior Management: C A Brown (Budget and Treasury), I Smith (Infrastructure Projects), E G Bezuidenhoudt (Administration and Household Services), G E Cloete (Corporate and Municipal Health Services), D Smith (Municipal Health Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

95 780

45 811

49 788

Total Expenditure

102 375

53 728

58 461

Surplus/(Deficit)

(6 595)

(7 917)

(8 673)

774

293

1 668 34 276

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets

23 461

29 294

Total Current Liabilities

8 042

7 901

6 506

Community Wealth/Equity

3 339

12 835

20 752

(4 309)

(8 536)

(19 713)

23 461

18 976

27 833

n/a

-

444

2015/16

2014/15

110

107

14

10

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

7

7

29 849

29 908

HANTAM LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NC065) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X14, Calvinia, 8190 PHYSICAL: Hope Street, Calvinia TEL: 027 341 8500 FAX: 027 341 8501 EMAIL: info@hantam.gov.za WEB: www.hantam.gov.za

OVERVIEW

Municipal Manager: Mr J R van Wyk (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr J Langner (Acting Director: Finance) LED Officer: Mr Frans Beukes Other Senior Management: Mr Riaan van Wyk (Director: Community Services), Ms G M J Lock (Acting Director: Corporate Services), Mr Sandla Tsengiwe (Director: Technical Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Qualified audit

Description: The Hantam Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Namakwa District in the Northern Cape Province. It is the largest municipality of six in the district, making up a third of its geographical area. It has its centre in Calvinia, which is approximately 400km from Cape Town, Springbok, Upington and Beaufort West. A 1 250m tarred runway, very close to Calvinia, is used by many visitors to this beautiful part of the Northern Cape. Numerous government departments are also situated in Calvinia. The municipality provides work for more than 140 permanent employees. Seventy percent of the population live and work in the towns. Farming is the main contributor to the economy, namely sheep, wool and lucerne, as well as rooibos tea. The Hantam Municipality is well known for its wide open spaces, stunning mountain ranges, and nature reserves filled with an incredible array of plants and bulbs that cannot be found anywhere else in the world. Area: 39 085km2 Cities/Towns: Brandvlei, Calvinia, Loeriesfontein, Middelpos, Nieuwoudtville, Onderste Doorns Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture, mining

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 21 540 No Schooling: 9.9% Households: 6 894

Population Growth: -0.15% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 32.7% Formal Dwellings: 94.8%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 5, DA 4 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Roger N Swartz Other Members of Council: Mr Roger N Swartz (Mayor and LED), Mr K Alexander (Chairperson: Institutional, Finance and Social Development), Mr A J E Claassen (Social Development), Mrs G Gous (Chairperson: Social Development), Mr H de Wee (Chairperson: Infrastructure and Institutional), Mrs J E Steenkamp (Finance), Mr F J Sterkse (Infrastructure and LLF), Mrs H C Steenkamp (Institutional), Mrs G Opperman (Infrastructure)

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

121 851

94 563

90 576

Total Expenditure

90 644

87 508

83 807

Surplus/(Deficit)

31 206

7 055

6 769

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

30 008

15 892

22 376

Total Current Assets

22 603

20 653

16 463

Total Current Liabilities

19 508

26 287

19 461

167 887

144 507

137 452

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS 24 545

13 859

23 813

Cash at Year End

Operating Cash Flow

236

869

3 334

UIFW EXPENDITURE

n/a

7 739

11 341

2015/16

2014/15

196

167

16

8

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions

6

5

Vacant Managerial Positions

3

0

34 584

31 537

2015/16

2014/15

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Water Electricity

Sewerage

Inside Yard

7 878

7 878

Households - Free Basic Service

1 452

2 245

Total Customer Entities Served

5 544

5 544

Households - Free Basic Service

1 299

2 213

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

1 905

1 805

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

2 872

2 872

Ventilated Pit Latrine

521

521

Other

130

130

1 452

2 245

Households - Free Basic Service

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X200, Garies, 8220 PHYSICAL: 22 Main Street, Garies TEL: 027 652 8000 FAX: 027 652 8001 WEB: www.kamiesbergmun.co.za

Chief Financial Officer: Mr Rufus Beukes Communications Officer: Ms Daphne Beukes Other Senior Management: Daphne Beukes (Head: Corporate Services), Ferdi Links (Head: Technical Services)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Qualified audit

OVERVIEW Description: The Kamiesberg Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Namakwa District in the Northern Cape Province. It is one of the smaller municipalities of the six that make up the district. It was established in 2001 in accordance with the demarcation process. The municipality spans three topographic zones: from the sandy coastal lowlands (Sandveld) to the mountainous central Kamiesberg escarpment (Hardveld), and to the eastern plateau of Bushmanland. There are no perennial rivers in the area. Water is obtained from subterranean sources. Some of the water is pumped up by windmills, but most of the water to the communal areas comes from natural springs. Many of these springs are semi-perennial and the salt content of the water can vary from year to year, causing problems. Four main types of vegetation are found in the area: Mountain Renosterveld, Succulent Karoo, False Succulent Karoo and Namaqualand Broken Veld. However, overall plant life is in a deteriorating state and non-edible, undesirable and poisonous vegetation is taking over. Area: 14 208km2 Cities/Towns: Garies, Hondeklip Bay, Kamieskroon, Koingnaas, Leliefontein/Kamiesberg

AUDIT OUTCOME FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

79 822

48 975

45 957

Total Expenditure

53 732

53 796

53 689

Surplus/(Deficit)

26 090

(4 821)

(7 731)

7 206

9 505

9 092

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets

47 775

11 680

9 427

Total Current Liabilities

43 159

49 554

44 935

109 098

53 020

57 841

Operating Cash Flow

24 761

8 025

8 337

Cash at Year End

26 353

571

865

n/a

14 964

20 182

2015/16

2014/15

112

102

Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions

7

9

12

9

Vacant Managerial Positions

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

Population: 9 605 No Schooling: 3.1% Households: 3 319

SERVICE DELIVERY*

Population Growth: -1.34% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 37.2% Formal Dwellings: 96.4%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 4, DA 2, EFF 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Mervin Cloete Other Members of Council: S C Nero (LED), M C Rooi, L E Peterson, P J Willems, C C Kordom, R O Adams

NORTHERN CAPE

KAMIESBERG LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NC064)

Water Electricity

4 18 336

2015/16

2014/15

Inside Yard

3 881

3 881

Households - Free Basic Service

1 276

1 371

Total Customer Entities Served

3 881

3 881

Households - Free Basic Service

1 201

1 371

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

1 105

1 105

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

Sewerage

4 19 706

Ventilated Pit Latrine

442

272

2 334

2 403

Other

Municipal Manager: Mr Joseph Cloete

Households - Free Basic Service

0

101

205

361

KAROO HOOGLAND LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NC066) CONTACT DETAILS

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

POSTAL: Private Bag X03, Williston, 8920 PHYSICAL: 7 Mulder Street, Williston TEL: 053 391 3003 FAX: 053 391 3294 EMAIL: karooadmin@karoohoogland.gov.za WEB: www.karoohoogland.gov.za

Population: 13 009 No Schooling: 13.1% Households: 4 620

OVERVIEW Description: The Karoo Hoogland Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated in the Namakwa District of the Northern Cape Province. It is the second-largest of the six municipalities in the district, making up a quarter of its geographical area. Although the municipality’s towns are separated by more than 100km by road, they share many administrative tasks. Jan Julies was elected the first COPE mayor of the municipality in 2011, as a COPE-DA coalition took control of the council after the election of 18 May 2011. Hoogland is an Afrikaans word meaning ‘highland’ and Karoo is a Khoi word meaning ‘hard’ or ‘dry’. The name reflects the area, which has dry, arid and desert-like conditions. Area: 30 230km2 Cities/Towns: Frasersburg, Sutherland, Williston Main Economic Sectors: Community, social and personal services (42.5%), transport, storage and communication (15%), wholesale and retail trade, catering and accommodation (13.7%), agriculture, forestry and fishing (13%), finance, insurance, real estate and business services (8.8%), manufacturing (5.9%)

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Population Growth: 0.91% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 37.3% Formal Dwellings: 99.4%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 4, DA 2, COPE 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms V C Wentzel Other Members of Council: V C Wentzel (Mayor, Proportional Councillor, and Finance and Admin Committee), J E Davids (District Representative, Ward 4, Finance and Administration, and Infrastructure), J Jooste (Ward 2, Infrastructure and MPAC), G Klazen (Ward 1, LLF and Infrastructure), J J van der Colff (Finance and Admin, and Ward 3), J J Jacobs (Proportional Councillor and MPAC), A M Januarie (Proportional Councillor and LLF) Municipal Manager: Mr B J Swartland (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Mr S J Myburgh Communications Officer: Ms C Viljoen (Manager: Administration) LED Officer: Mr A Gibbons Other Senior Management: F J Lotter (Director: Infrastructure)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Qualified audit

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Employment Positions

Total Revenue

59 736

52 029

51 302

Vacant Positions

Total Expenditure

57 646

49 122

51 679

Managerial Positions

Surplus/(Deficit)

2 090

2 907

(376)

Vacant Managerial Positions

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

9 206

7 422

11 109

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

Total Current Assets

8 279

10 846

6 951

Total Current Liabilities

12 804

41 507

39 834

Community Wealth/Equity

161 167

175 985

173 078

10 302

11 542

11 087

CASH FLOWS

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

SERVICE DELIVERY* Water Electricity

Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

3 520

6 503

2 913

n/a

25 059

22 663

UIFW EXPENDITURE

Sewerage

Inside Yard Households - Free Basic Service

2015/16

2014/15

92

85

4

2

10

10

4

2

20 153

21 137

2015/16

2014/15

2 309

2 309

944

909

2 204

2 204

Households - Free Basic Service

944

909

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

950

950

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

865

865

Ventilated Pit Latrine

494

494

Households - Free Basic Service

944

909

Total Customer Entities Served

KHAI-MA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NC067) CONTACT DETAILS

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

POSTAL: PO Box 108, Pofadder, 8890 PHYSICAL: New Street, Pofadder TEL: 054 933 1000 FAX: 054 933 0252 EMAIL: mmsecretary@khaima.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Khai-Ma Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Namakwa District in the Northern Cape Province. It is one of the six municipalities that make up the district, accounting for 12% of its geographical area. It was established in terms of section of Local Government: Municipal Structures Act 117 of 1998. Khai-Ma municipality is situated between 29˚08’08,7S and 19˚23’27,1E. The seat, Pofadder, is situated about 220km west of Upington and 165km east of Springbok. Farming settlements are: Dwagga Soutpan, Vrugbaar, Raap-en-Skraap and Klein Pella. Area: 15 715km2 Cities/Towns: Aggeneys, Pella, Pofadder Main Economic Sectors: Agriculture; tourism; community, social and personal services

AUDIT OUTCOME

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue

61 018

46 471

55 281

Total Expenditure

54 614

51 301

44 127

Surplus/(Deficit)

6 404

(4 830)

11 154

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

13 885

5 827

18 750

Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

R’000

8 425

6 278

7 262

15 705

23 679

18 168

107 529

86 914

91 744

12 312

5 272

10 610

460

1 531

790

n/a

5 453

1 943

2015/16

2014/15

99

98

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions

7

2

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Managerial Positions

4

4

Population: 12 333 No Schooling: 2.8% Households: 4 079

Total Employment Cost (R’000)

Population Growth: -0.21% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 27.4% Formal Dwellings: 92.4%

Vacant Managerial Positions

SERVICE DELIVERY*

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 4, DA 2, COPE 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: P van Heerden Other Members of Council: P van Heerden (Mayor and Speaker), Estelle Cloete (Chief Whip) Municipal Manager: Mr Obakeng J Isaacs Chief Financial Officer: Mr Pieter van der Merwe Communications Officer: Mr Alfredo Green Other Senior Management: Edward Vries (Senior Administation Officer and Corporate Services)

Inside Yard

Water

Electricity

2 13 832

2015/16

2014/15

2 334

2 272

<200m from Yard

25

21

>200m from Yard

26

18

Households - Free Basic Service

1 752

1 720

Total Customer Entities Served

2 436

2 311

1 353

1 480

Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

Sewerage

2 14 655

Ventilated Pit Latrine Bucket System Households - Free Basic Service

583

569

1 500

1 594

181

0

0

27

1 751

1 720

NAMA KHOI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NC062) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 17, Springbok, 8240 PHYSICAL: 4 Namakwa Street, Springbok TEL: 027 718 8100 FAX: 027 712 1635 EMAIL: info@namakhoi.gov.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Nama Khoi Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated on the north-western side of the Northern Cape Province in the Namakwa District. It is one of the six municipalities

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

that make up the district. Nama and Khoisan people occupied this area for hundreds of years. The town of Springbok is the administrative centre. Springbok is the most densely populated area, is close to the N1, and functions as the sub-regional centre for administrative, commercial and higher-order social facilities. Mining used to form the backbone of the economy, with tourism being seen as the new frontier for economic development. Area: 17 990km2 Cities/Towns: Bulletrap, Carolusberg, Concordia, Kleinzee, Komaggas, Nababeep, O’Kiep, Springbok, Steinkopf

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 46 512 No Schooling: 1.4% Households: 14 546

Total Revenue

Composition of Council: ANC 8, DA 7, COPE 1, KSR 1 Controlling Party: ANC/KSR Coalition Mayor: Mr Lorenzo Faber Other Members of Council: Ms D Joseph (Speaker), Ms Gillian Peters (ANC Chief Whip), Wouter Jordaan (DA Chief Whip), F Van Wyk (COPE) Municipal Manager: Ms Samantha Titus (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: William Bowers (Acting) Communications Officer: Dereck Cloete LED Officer: Russel Hartley Other Senior Management: Jacques Cloete (HOD: Technical Services), Trevor Beukes (Acting HOD: Electrical Services), Brandon Love (Acting HOD: Corporate Services), Russel Hartley (Acting HOD: Community Services)

2015/16

2014/15

314

390

Vacant Positions

0

91

Managerial Positions

6

5

Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Qualified audit

R’000

R’000

R’000

264 379

228 925

194 721

Total Expenditure

306 375

255 750

255 863

Surplus/(Deficit)

(41 996)

(26 825)

(61 141)

18 155

21 116

14 874

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT

Total Employment Positions

2015/16

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Population Growth: -0.26% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 31.2% Formal Dwellings: 93.5%

EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS*

2016/17

0

3

81 149

70 537

Total Current Assets

30 870

50 517

55 818

Total Current Liabilities

158 726

195 006

194 819

Community Wealth/Equity

435 701

421 470

448 295

11 659

10 248

71 906

2 661

18 995

30 020

n/a

12 708

81 257

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE SERVICE DELIVERY* Water Electricity

2015/16

2014/15

Inside Yard

11 838

11 838

Households - Free Basic Service

5 045

4 975

Total Customer Entities Served

12 082

11 996

Households - Free Basic Service

5 045

4 975

Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage

6 235

5 909

Flush Toilet - Septic Tank

Sewerage

Ventilated Pit Latrine Bucket System Households - Free Basic Service

1 921

1 940

2 336

2 397

15

26

5 045

4 975

NORTHERN CAPE

Main Economic Sectors: Mining, tourism, government departments, private sector

RICHTERSVELD LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NC061) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X113, Port Nolloth, 8280 PHYSICAL: Main Road, Port Nolloth TEL: 027 851 1111 FAX: 027 851 1101 EMAIL: info@richtersveld.gov.za WEB: www.richtersveld.gov.za

Communications Officer: Ms Ethel Cloete LED Officer: Mr Sydney Adams (Strategic and Planning Manager) Other Senior Management: Ethel Cloete (Manager: Corporate Services), John Komanisi (Manager: Infrastructure)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Unaudited

Qualified audit

Qualified audit

OVERVIEW

AUDIT OUTCOME

Description: The Richtersveld Local Municipality is a Category B

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

65 959 72 777 (6 818) n/a

60 856 63 300 (2 444) 12 180

65 191 57 233 7 958 11 356

12 450 18 180 159 212

6 162 12 320 155 194

5 305 8 835 154 801

7 759 (6 338) n/a

5 303 2 295 12 778

8 483 3 642 23 273

2015/16

2014/15

135 15 8 1 23 248

143 15 8 5 20 814

2015/16

2014/15

3 752 10 1 068 3 406 1 033 2 002 1 371 135 30 315 1 068

3 752 0 1 049 3 406 1 049 1 812 1 561 150 30 199 1 049

municipality in the Namakwa District of the Northern Cape Province. It is the smallest municipality of six in the district, making up only 6% of its geographical area. The municipality is named after Reverend W Richter, a Dutch missionary of the 20th century who opened a mission station in Koeboes. The Richtersveld is a unique landscape surrounded by a variety of contrasts. It is a conservation area. Rainfall is minimal and water is a scarce commodity, yet the vast plains, which are considered a special place by some, are still a very beautiful region with unique characteristics that attract thousands of tourists. In Port Nolloth there is the ocean, at Alexander Bay there is the Orange River, and at Lekkersing and Eksteensfontein there is underground water that is a little brackish. Area: 9 608km2 Cities/Towns: Alexander Bay, Eksteensfontein, Kuboes, Port Nolloth, Richtersveld, Sanddrift Main Economic Sectors: Mining, agriculture, fishing, tourism

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION* Population: 12 487 No Schooling: 0.5% Households: 4 211

Population Growth: 0.94% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 30.9% Formal Dwellings: 98.7%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 4, DA 3 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Arthur Jansen Other Members of Council: W J Links (Ward Councillor), G Beukes (Ward Councillor), M Isaacs (Proportional), R Jonker (Proportional), A Bock (Ward Councillor), C Stuurman (Ward Councillor) Municipal Manager: D Maposa (Acting) Chief Financial Officer: Michelle Basson

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard <200m from Yard Water Households - Free Basic Service Total Customer Entities Served Electricity Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Flush Toilet - Septic Tank Ventilated Pit Latrine Sewerage Bucket System Other Households - Free Basic Service

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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NORTHERN CAPE

PIXLEY KA SEME DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY (DC7) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: Private Bag X1012, De Aar, 7000 PHYSICAL: Culvert Road, De Aar TEL: 053 631 0891 FAX: 053 631 2529 EMAIL: pixley@telkomsa.net WEB: www.pksdm.gov.za

SIYANCUMA

Hopetown

Population Growth: 1.10% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 29.4% Formal Dwellings: 89.0%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 13, DA 5, EFF 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Ms Miriam Kibi Other Members of Council: Nombulelo Hermans (Speaker), Rhoode Itumeleng (Corporate and Legal Services), Lulamile G Nkumbi (Finance), Thandi Sintu (Economic and Social Development), Jacobus Grobbelaar, Handré Marais, April Matebus Municipal Manager: Mr Rodney Pieterse Chief Financial Officer: Mr B F James Communications Officer: Ms Beatrice Bosch LED Officer: Mr Sindisile Madyo Other Senior Management: Mr T A Loko (Senior Manager: Corporate Services), Mr H P Greeff (Senior Manager: Infrastructure, Housing, Planning and Development), Ms R Sors (Chief Audit Executive)

THEMBELIHLE

SIYATHEMBA

Description: The Pixley Ka Seme District Municipality is a Category C

Population: 195 595 No Schooling: 11.9% Households: 56 309

Niekerkshoop

Marydale

OVERVIEW

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

Douglas Bucklands

Prieska

municipality situated in the south-east of the Northern Cape Province. It shares its borders with three other provinces, namely the Free State to the east, the Eastern Cape to the south-east, and the Western Cape to the south-west. It is the second-largest district of the five in the province, but makes up almost a third of its geographical area. The district is comprised of eight local municipalities: Ubuntu, Umsobomvu, Emthanjeni, Kareeberg, Renosterberg, Thembelihle, Siyathemba and Siyancuma. Its main town is De Aar. Traffic flows through the region, linking the major industrial areas of the country. The area has a low rainfall, while the largest river in South Africa flows through it. Two of the major dams in South Africa, the Vanderkloof and Gariep Dams, are situated on the borders of the district municipality. Area: 103 411km2 Main Economic Sectors: Finance and business services (22.5%), manufacturing (17.4%), trade and accommodation (15.4%), government services (12.9%), transport and communication (11.3%), mining (6.8%), community and social services (5.6%), construction (3.3%), agriculture (2.7%)

Campbell

Griekwastad

Strydenburg

Vanwyksvlei

KAREEBERG

Petrusville

RENOSTERBERG Philipstown Vosburg

Britstown

De Aar

Colesberg

EMTHANJENI

Carnarvon

Hanover

UMSOBOMVU Noupoort

UBUNTU Victoria West Loxton Hutchinson

FINANCIAL INFORMATION* AUDIT OUTCOME

Richmond

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

R’000

R’000

R’000

Total Revenue Total Expenditure Surplus/(Deficit)

53 950 53 708 242 n/a

50 557 45 282 5 275 1 105

45 982 40 325 5 657 2 604

3 763 11 983 (10 992)

722 9 901 (11 062)

898 9 707 (10 242)

1 867 3 186 n/a

1 876 550 2 567

(1 827) 525 2 222

2015/16

2014/15

389 116 26 5 32 043

362 47 23 0 29 087

2015/16

2014/15

17 695 2 879 2 210 18 565 2 210 14 527 484 4 970 593 2 210

16 952 2 879 2 021 18 215 2 021 14 527 484 4 895 0 2 021

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION Total Current Assets Total Current Liabilities Community Wealth/Equity

CASH FLOWS Operating Cash Flow Cash at Year End

UIFW EXPENDITURE EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS* Total Employment Positions Vacant Positions Managerial Positions Vacant Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard <200m from Yard Water Households - Free Basic Service Total Customer Entities Served Electricity Households - Free Basic Service Flush Toilet - Public Sewerage Flush Toilet - Septic Tank Sewerage Ventilated Pit Latrine Other Households - Free Basic Service

EMTHANJENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (NC073) CONTACT DETAILS POSTAL: PO Box 42, De Aar, 7000 PHYSICAL: 45 Voortrekker Street, De Aar TEL: 053 632 9100 FAX: 053 631 0105 EMAIL: info@emthanjeni.co.za WEB: www.emthanjeni.co.za

OVERVIEW Description: The Emthanjeni Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Pixley Ka Seme District in the

For information on sources, methodology and definitions, refer to pp13-15.

Northern Cape Province. It is one of the eight municipalities that make up the district. It is located approximately 300km south-west of Kimberley, 440km south-east of Upington, 300km north-east of Beaufort West and 300km south-west of Bloemfontein. The municipality is the seat of the district. Emthanjeni, especially De Aar, is renowned for its central location on the main railway line between Johannesburg, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth and Namibia. Area: 13 472km2 Cities/Towns: Britstown, Burgerville, De Aar, Griesenkraal, Hanover

*Refer to municipalities.co.za for more figures and statistics.

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AUDIT OUTCOME

DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION*

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

Population: 45 404 No Schooling: 17.4% Households: 11 923

Total Revenue

FINANCIAL INFORMATION*

Population Growth: 1.58% p.a. Grade 12 & Higher Education: 31.5% Formal Dwellings: 95.6%

POLITICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT Composition of Council: ANC 9, DA 5, EFF 1 Controlling Party: ANC Mayor: Mr Sipho Sthonga Other Members of Council: Sipho Sthonga (Mayor and LED),

Total Employment Positions Managerial Positions Total Employment Cost (R’000)

2014/15

R’000

R’000

R’000

229 203

208 403

210 433

Total Expenditure

217 318

265 840

258 544

11 885

(57 437)

(48 112)

CAPITAL EXPENDITURE FINANCIAL POSITION

18 339

11 646

14 194

Total Current Assets

110 104

138 300

126 971

Total Current Liabilities

34 039

61 066

46 248

975 280

862 806

920 243

Operating Cash Flow

5 189

21 912

14 246

Cash at Year End

5 668

7 524

(1 306)

n/a

78 559

79 780

2015/16

2014/15

7 979

7 974

CASH FLOWS

UIFW EXPENDITURE SERVICE DELIVERY* Inside Yard

Water

<200m from Yard

Electricity

2015/16

2014/15

361

454

0

76

Vacant Positions

2015/16

Financially Financially Unaudited unqualified unqualified

Surplus/(Deficit)

Community Wealth/Equity

Monica Charmaine Kivedo (Speaker), Henning Jakobus Rust, Nontobeko Patricia Mkontwana Municipal Manager: Mr Isak Visser Chief Financial Officer: Mr Moggamed Faried Manuel Communications Officer: Mr Isak Visser LED Officer: Mr Soyiso Mvandaba Other Senior Management: Mr Mark Jeremy Vincent Owies (Director: Infrastructure Services), Mr Themsile Weekly Msengana (Director: Corporate Services), Mr Christoffel Pieterse Appies (Acting Director: Community Services)

EMPLOYMENT