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Presentation to the Select Committee on Finance 26 FEBRUARY 2006. QUARTERLY PERFORMANCE OF THE MUNICIPAL INFRASTRUCTURE GRANT (MIG) – 2005/06 AND 2006/07 FINANCIAL YEARS. PART A: 2005/06 FINANCIAL REPORT. 2005/06 FINANCIAL REPORT.

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Presentation to the select committee on finance 26 february 2006

Presentation to the Select Committee on Finance 26 FEBRUARY 2006


Quarterly performance of the municipal infrastructure grant mig 2005 06 and 2006 07 financial years

QUARTERLY PERFORMANCE OF THE MUNICIPAL INFRASTRUCTURE GRANT (MIG) – 2005/06 AND 2006/07 FINANCIAL YEARS


Part a 2005 06 financial report

PART A: 2005/06 FINANCIAL REPORT


2005 06 financial report

2005/06 FINANCIAL REPORT

  • Municipalities spent R5, 410 billion out of the total allocation of R5, 436 billion as at the end of January 2006

  • Expenditure represents 99,5 percent of the total transferred and the allocation

  • Western Cape (100 %), Gauteng (100%), North West (99,9) Eastern Cape (99,9 %), and KZN (99,7 %) are the best performing provinces

  • Municipalities had R25 million MIG funds in their bank accounts – end December 2006

  • Municipal spending started lower at R400 million in the first quarter of 2005/06 and improved to R1,7 billion in the last quarter of 2005/06 financial year

  • Expenditure pattern shows that the municipal expenditure is normally lower in the first quarter due to the fact that the municipal financial year starts in the second quarter of the national financial year(from July each).

  • Municipalities finalise their budgets for approval by their councils before the start of the financial year


Consolidated report 2005 06

Consolidated report 2005/06


List of municipalities still spending 2005 06 funds per province

List of Municipalities still spending 2005/06 funds per province


Eastern cape

EASTERN CAPE


Free state

FREE STATE


Kwazulu natal

KWAZULU-NATAL


Limpopo

LIMPOPO


Mpumalanga

MPUMALANGA


Northern cape

NORTHERN CAPE


Part b 2006 07 financial report

PART B: 2006/07 FINANCIAL REPORT


2006 07 financial report

2006/07 FINANCIAL REPORT

  • The total MIG allocation for the 2006/07 financial year is R6, 265 billion

  • R3,57 billion transferred to municipalities in the three quarters

  • Municipalities have spent R2,9 billion as at end December 2006 (R470,6 million in in the 1st quarter, R998,6 million in the 2nd quarter and R1,4 billion in the 3rd quarter)

  • Expenditure represents 47,2 % of the total allocation and 84% of transferred amount

  • Expenditure increased slightly in the third quarter by R13 million.

  • There are more projects under construction in the third quarter as compared to the first and second quarter.


2006 07 quarterly financial report

2006/07 QUARTERLY FINANCIAL REPORT


2006 07 quarterly financial report1

2006/07 QUARTERLY FINANCIAL REPORT


Monthly comparative analysis of actual transfers against actual expenditure

Monthly comparative analysis of Actual Transfers against Actual expenditure


Monthly comparative analysis of actual transfers against actual expenditure1

Monthly comparative analysis of Actual Transfers against Actual expenditure


Monthly expenditure trends per province

Monthly Expenditure trends per province


Monthly expenditure trends per province1

Monthly Expenditure trends per province


Part c mig kpi report september 2006

PART C: MIG KPI REPORTSEPTEMBER 2006


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Progress as end September 2006

Water supply is the most important basic service funded through MIG to poor communities in South Africa. Water services projects registered make up 47% of the total MIG value of registered residential projects at dplg.

The next two biggest funding categories on MIG were sanitation (26%) and roads (22%) .


Presentation to the select committee on finance 26 february 2006

Progress as end September 2006

Since the start of MIG, R26093.28 million (The total value of all the MIG projects, including the multi-year projects, registered on the dplg database) has been allocated to the B, P and E funding.

The bulk of the funding for registered projects in the programme is funded from MIG and is 81.26% of the total source of funding to date.

The contribution from the public (e.g. municipality’s own funds) and private sectors are 17.44% and 1.30% respectively since the inception of MIG.


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Progress as end September 2006

Up to the end of September 2006, 20 287 959 person days employment opportunities have been created through MIG projects. The employment opportunities for women (including female youth and disabled persons) in person days expressed, as a percentage was 35% of the total employment opportunities. The employment of youth was 36% of the total employment opportunities.


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Progress as end September 2006

Although many MIG projects are labour intensive not all are necessary EPWP projects. The dplg only recently started to register labour intensive projects that adhere to the EPWP guidelines.

Up to the end of September 2006 there were 464 registered MIG projects captured as EPWP projects with a total MIG value of R2 768.22 million

At the end of September 2006 the total number of Small Medium and Macro Enterprises is 1 362 and 656 Black Economic Empowerment companies was involved on implemented MIG projects by the municipalities.


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Progress as end September 2006

As at September 2006, 3,247,403 households have been serviced on completed MIG projects since the inception of MIG in April 2004.


Municipal infrastructure grant commitments

Municipal Infrastructure Grant: Commitments


Commitments as at 31 january 2007

Commitments as at 31 January 2007


Part d interventions and challenges

Part D: INTERVENTIONS AND CHALLENGES


Actions taken to enforce compliance in terms of the division of revenue act dora act no 2 of 2006

Actions taken to enforce compliance in terms of the Division of Revenue Act (DoRA) Act No 2 of 2006

  • During 2005/06 dplg withheld funds to municipalities once in November 2005

  • All MIG funds for 2005/06 were transferred to municipalities by end March 2006

  • Office of AG raised concern for dplg to transfer all the funds with expenditure not satisfactory

  • AG raised that dplg should have proposed to NT for funds to be stopped for re-allocation

  • For 2006/07 most municipalities still under performing despite interventions by dplg and Sector Departments

  • dplg implemented section 18(1) of DoRA during July, August, September, October, November and December 2006


Actions taken to enforce compliance in terms of the division of revenue act dora act no 2 of 20061

Actions taken to enforce compliance in terms of the Division of Revenue Act (DoRA) Act No 2 of 2006

  • dplg requested approval for the implementation of section 18(5) of DoRA (delaying funds for more than 30 but less than 120 days) from National Treasury.

  • Due to persistent under-spending by municipalities, dplg has requested National Treasury to implement Sections 19 and 20 (stopping and re-allocations of allocation to municipalities)

  • Some municipalities are experiencing financial difficulties due to overspending (e.g. Bela Bela, King Sabatha, Kgetleng Rivier and etc.) while others are under-spending substantially

  • Once funds are stopped, they should be re-allocated to other municipalities.

  • This process will be finalised by February 2007


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TOTAL NUMBER OF MUNICIPALITIES IDENTIFIED FOR RE-ALLOCATIONS


Beneficiaries municipalities for re allocations

BENEFICIARIES MUNICIPALITIES FOR RE-ALLOCATIONS

  • The following municipalities will benefit from the re-allocation process:

    • - Municipalities that still have the highest number of bucket sanitation backlogs to meet the Dec 2007 target.

      -The best spenders with regard to the MIG programme municipalities that have spent 70% or more as at 31 December 2006.

      -The 9 pilot municipalities from each province for immediate service delivery.

    • Cross boundary municipalities

      All the funds to be re-allocated are ring-fenced for water and sanitation to help meet the target.


Other interventions

Other Interventions

  • The Municipal Infrastructure Unit has dedicated teams for each Province, which consist out of at least 1 person from each directorate.

  • These teams monitor the project consolidate municipalities closely and provide hands on support to these municipalities as and when needed

  • High risk municipalities iro project implementation are also closely monitored by by the teams and interventions are done when needed

  • These teams interact with the Provincial MIG Unit on a daily basis and attend monthly meetings with the Provincial MIG Unit, PMU’s of all receiving municipalities and sector departments.

  • Action Plans are developed to deal with specific challenges within the province.

  • Working sessions are being held with specific municipalities to address difficulties they are experiencing

  • Provincial workshops are being held in all the provinces with municipalities to share the experiences and possible solutions for the challenges


General challenges facing municipalities

GENERAL CHALLENGES FACING MUNICIPALITIES

  • Planning in the context of Integrated Development Planning.

  • Intergovernmental cooperation (Municipalities, provinces, and sector departments involvement in MIG implementation)

  • Overlapping of financial years (National and Municipal)

  • Lack of capacity to manage MIG projects (Project Management Units)

  • Supply chain management

  • Some municipalities complain about project registration

  • Technical reports and Environmental Impact Assessment


Recommendations

Recommendations

  • Finance select committee notes the status of expenditure of municipal finances for the 2005/06 and 2006/07 financial years regarding Municipal Infrastructure Grant

  • Finance select committee notes the progress made and the proposed interventions to be taken in helping municipalities with the MIG implementation.

  • To note that the process to apply DORA measures for withholding of funds have been implemented and stopping and re-allocation of funds have been considered in order to correct under-expenditure.


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THANK YOU


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