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City of tshwane usdg 2011 12 achievements usdg 2012 13 plans

CITY OF TSHWANE USDG 2011/12 Achievements USDG 2012/13 Plans

Presented by:

Amos Mboweni


City of tshwane usdg 2011 12 achievements usdg 2012 13 plans

THE OUTCOME STATEMENT OF THE GRANTTo ensure that Metropolitan and Secondary Cities have more efficiently managed built environment that:- Promotes the creation of Sustainable Human Settlements that - Promote human dignity and wealth.


City of tshwane usdg 2011 12 achievements usdg 2012 13 plans

USDG OUTPUTS OUTPUT 1: Households upgraded through housing ProgrammesOUTPUT 2: Households with access to basic services such as water, Sewerage, Electricity, and Refuse RemovalOUTPUT 3: Land availability, purchasing, acquisition, planning, titlingOUTPUT 4: Number of Jobs Created through output 1, 2 and 3 above.


Summary of 2011 12 usdg

Summary of 2011/12 USDG

  • The total USDG funding R891,080,000.00

  • Total USDG spending for 2011/2012 R880,963,077.00

  • Total spending for 4th quarter R583,549,025.00

  • Funds to be rolled over to 2012/13 R10,117,923.00

  • 98,86% OF USDG GRANT HAS BEEN USED DURING THE 2011/2012 FINANCIAL YEAR


City of tshwane usdg 2011 12 achievements usdg 2012 13 plans

List of Projects per department

Agriculture and environmental management


List of projects per department

List of Projects per department

Housing and Sustainable Human Settlements


Water and sanitation and electricity

List of Projects per department

Water and Sanitation and electricity


List of projects per department1

List of Projects per department

Roads and Transport


City of tshwane usdg 2011 12 achievements usdg 2012 13 plans

List of Projects per department

Roads and Transport continuation


List of projects per department2

List of Projects per department

Sport, Recreation, Art & Culture


List of projects per department3

List of Projects per department

Other Projects


Summary of non delivered areas

Summary of non-delivered areas

Main reasons for non-delivery:

The Grant was introduced late to the Municipalities, resulting in delays in the supply chain management process.


2011 12 achievements per usdg outputs

2011/12 Achievements per USDG outputs


An example of the projects 9584 soshanguve

AN EXAMPLE OF THE PROJECTS 9584 SOSHANGUVE


City of tshwane usdg 2011 12 achievements usdg 2012 13 plans

STOCKPILING AREA – Some of the stock pile will be used to fill & level the soccer ground for the community


Stabilized subbase layers

Stabilized subbase layers


Clealy marked road closures for safety purposes project information signage on main road

CLEALY MARKED ROAD CLOSURES FOR SAFETY PURPOSESPROJECT INFORMATION SIGNAGE ON MAIN ROAD


Base course

BASE COURSE


Job created

JOB CREATED

  • 57 Local employees

    14 females

    23 youth

  • 11 core employees

  • 11 salaried staff

  • 5 Local sub-contractors

    2 female

    3 youth

    40 local employees

    employed by the local

    sub-contractors.


Challenges with merging of funds

Challenges with merging of funds

  • The MIG Cities Grant was and still is directed towards the eradication of backlogs in previously disadvantaged areas.

  • The primary focus on the USDG is on formalising the informal settlements, but the eradication of backlogs (roads and storm water) in those areas which existed in 1994, would continue.

  • The narrative and wording in the DoRA is overweight in the direction of the formalisation side.

  • The present rate of budgeting need to be revised.

  • Clearly highlighted in any revisions to the DoRA, as it creates major strive between Departments presently.


Challenges procurement designs

Challenges Procurement & Designs

There are three major reasons why the projects could not have been finished by end of June 2012.

  • Number One: The appointment of contractors took over 7 months due to the massive response received from the Market.

  • Number two: The approval on the final services designs to enable the construction were only received by end of February 2012.

  • Number three: Appointment of Community Liaison Officers and local labour was contested heavily amongst the various communities.

  • The above have now been resolved


Remedial actions

Remedial actions

  • Develop and strengthen partnerships

  • Complete all unfinished work

  • Improve efficiency

  • Stakeholder focus

  • Risk management

  • Job creation

  • Implementation enablers


Bepp 2012 13

BEPP 2012/13

References:

  • Updated IDP 2011-2016

  • Sustainable Human Settlement Plan (SHSP 2012)

  • SDIBP 2012/13

  • BEPP 2012/13


2012 13 targets per usdg outputs

2012/13 Targets per USDG outputs


2012 13 capital budget

2012/13 Capital Budget


Planned projects by departments

Planned Projects by departments


Planned projects by departments1

Planned Projects by departments


Planned projects by departments2

Planned Projects by departments


Planned projects by departments3

Planned Projects by departments


Thank you

THANK YOU


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