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  1. SELECT COMMITTEE ON FINANCE:Public Hearings on Conditional Grants and Capital Expenditure2008/09 - 1st Quarter results Presentation by: Rannoi Sedumo – Acting HOD

  2. CONTENTS • Roads infrastructure • Departmental Infrastructure budget • Provincial Infrastructure Grant • Gautrain • Public Works infrastructure • Departmental Infrastructure budget • Client Department budgets

  3. Provincial Infrastructure Grant • The department is a recipient of the Provincial Infrastructure Grant from National Treasury • The grant is used for maintenance and rehabilitation of roads; upgrading of roads, up-scaling of EPWP • A business plan was submitted as required by Division of Revenue Act

  4. Public Transport

  5. Infrastructure Budget Allocation: Public Transport

  6. Infrastructure Quarter Expenditure 2008/09

  7. Expenditure : Conditional Grant

  8. Service delivery trends: Transport Infrastructure Capital Projects • The projects below are contracts that have been awarded by the Department, and the contractors are already on site, and work has commenced and progressing according to the contracts. • Some of the contracts have commenced in 2006/07 and 2007/08 financial years.

  9. Service delivery trends : Transport Infrastructure Capital Projects • Department’s Construction Unit Heidelberg (R40 million) • P174: Reconstruction and upgrading of D77. Project constructed by the Departmental construction team. • The project is ongoing and construction to be completed by November 2008. • Cullinan rd P2 – 5 (R9,042) • Zambezi road (R513) P2 – 5 Dinokeng. Upgrading , rehabilitation and resealing (8 km) – • Project currently on final stages to completion . • Development (Upgrading) R55: (R112,008) • R55 (K71) doubling of carriage way from N14 to Sunderland ridge (6 km): • Project continues as planned and construction of a bridge is on schedule. The overall projects on earthworks are 2 months ahead of programme. Diversion on the Monavoni circle completed & will be opened in July for traffic. D49 needs to be proclaimed.

  10. Service delivery trends : Transport Infrastructure Capital Projects • Development (Upgrading) K15 (R138,790 m) • K15 – Phase 1 doubling Adcock St carriage way from Leratong Hospital to Dobsonville (6 km) • The work still continues as planned. The issue on the chicken’s farm has not been resolved yet. The construction of the diversion near Leratong hospital completed. • Development (Upgrading) P71 (R21,888) • Main Road (P71) Phase 2 - dual carriage way from Zinnia Rd to R55 (2km) The final layers and priming on the newly constructed lanes has been done.

  11. Service delivery trends : Transport Infrastructure Capital Projects • Development (Upgrading) K29 (R80m) • Malibongwe drive :Phase 2- doubling of Malibongwe drive and intersections from Cosmo City to the N14 (3 km). The site has been handed over to contractor, clearing has commenced and site has been established. Concrete slab for the box culvert bridge has been poured. • Upgrading of Gravel Roads. Cayman road. (R30 million) • Construction and surfacing of phase 2 Cayman rd D2529 Eye of Africa development. • Site has been handed over. The contractor has commenced with site establishment.

  12. 20 Township Roads Program • Upgrading and tarring of 20 identified township roads • Provision of sidewalks, storm water, road surface • Enable economic upliftment and empowerment • Utilization of CIDB Levels 1-4 , mentorship's • Alleviate unemployment by creating jobs • Facilitate skills development through training • Target woman, youth, disabilities job creation

  13. SOSHANGUVE ATTERIDGEVILLE MAMELODI MUNSIEVILLE SOWETO SEBOKENG RATANDA BOIPATONG BOPHELONG SHARPVILLE DAVEYTON DUDUZA THEMBISA KAGISO THOKOZA KATLEHONG MOHLAKENG WATTVILLE KWA-THEMA TSAKANE 20 Identified townships

  14. 20T PROJECTS

  15. Service delivery trends : 20 Township

  16. Service delivery trends : Service Service Delivery trends:Maintenance

  17. Service delivery trends : Maintenance • Introduced and implemented a Road Maintenance Strategy aimed at outsourcing routine maintenance to private sector. • In December 2007, the Department outsourced 500 km of roads to CIDB 1 to 4 registered construction companies to perform routine road maintenance for a period of 24 months. • The proposed outsourcing strategy focus on labour-based and equipment supported approach and integrate Expanded Public Works Programme; and • Increased funding and resources for road maintenance to enable easy transformation and to outsource of a number of provincial roads. • Utilizing Impophoma Infrastructure Entity (previously known as Yellow Fleet) to run a SMME support programme that provides easier and cost effective access to fleet and plant

  18. Service delivery trends : Maintenance • Contractual outsourcing of 500km roads (308 maintained in Q1) • 400 people are employed on the program • 120 people on this program are registered on a 12 month skills program • Contractors are trained parallel with the supervisors on a contractor development program • 15 additional women were employed on the skills program working with the contractors • All contractors and their workers will be trained on invader plant species, application of herbicides

  19. Service delivery trends : Maintenance • Empowerment of woman through road maintenance • 101 woman was employed since 1 November 2007 and is currently on a 12 months skills program • Another 25 woman was appointed on the programs • The process to form woman co – operatives is in process

  20. Monitoring capacity and planning • The business plans regarding the conditional grants and in general was submitted to Treasury by means of the Infrastructure Management Plan that must be submitted on an annually basis. • Regular monitoring meetings are held in respect with expenditure against the planned projects to safe guard against under/over expenditure. • The multi year construction and maintenance is revised on a quarterly basis after the revision of the one year operational plan which is done on a monthly basis.

  21. GAUTRAIN

  22. GAUTRAIN

  23. SELECT COMMITTEE ON FINANCE:Public Hearings on Conditional Grants and Capital Expenditure2008/09 - 1st Quarter results Presentation by: Gilberto Martins DDG: Public Works 26 August 2008 25

  24. DPTRW – Vote 9 : Program 2 – Capital Works • To construct new facilities • Upgrade , rehabilitation, maintain existing facilities • Implement client departments needs • Render professional and technical service • Ensure optimum usage and benefits of provincial property portfolio

  25. Expenditure Report – Prg 2 :Public WorksCapital Works Note Budgets of the 1st Quarter were spent in line with the project commitments and the cash flow indications.

  26. Expenditure Report – Programme 2 Public Works: Capital

  27. DPTRW – Vote 9 : Program 2 – Maintenance • Upgrade, rehabilitation, maintain existing facilities • Implement client departments needs • Render professional and technical service • Ensure optimum usage and benefits of provincial property portfolio

  28. Expenditure Report – Prg 2 :Public Works Maintenance Notes Budgets of 1st Quarter were spent in line with the project commitments and the cash flow indications.

  29. Expenditure Report – Prg 2 :Public Works Maintenance Budget R 000 000

  30. 1st Quarter Expenditure ReviewSocial Development Financial year 2008/09 Period : April 2008 to June 2008

  31. Expenditure Report – Social Development - Capital Budget R 56 629 896

  32. Expenditure Report – Social Development - Maintenance Budget R 8 000 000

  33. 1st Quarter Expenditure ReviewDACE Financial year 2008/09 Period : April 2008 to June 2008

  34. Expenditure Report – DACE - Capital Budget R 6 470 000

  35. Expenditure Report – DACE - Maintenance Budget R 5 132 000

  36. 1st Quarter Expenditure ReviewHealth Financial year 2008/09 Period : April 2008 to June 2008

  37. Expenditure Report – Health - Capital Budget R 1 109 494 000

  38. Expenditure Report – Health – Maintenance

  39. 1st Quarter Expenditure ReviewSCAR Financial year 2008/09 Period : April 2008 to June 2008

  40. Expenditure Report – SCAR

  41. 1st Quarter Expenditure ReviewEDUCATION Financial year 2008/09 Period : April 2008 to June 2008

  42. Expenditure Report – EDUCATION

  43. 1st Quarter Expenditure ReviewCOMMUNITY SAFETY Financial year 2008/09 Period : April 2008 to June 2008

  44. Expenditure Report – COMMUNITY SAFETY

  45. Expenditure Report – COMMUNITY SAFETY Maintenance

  46. 1st Quarter Expenditure ReviewEPWP Financial year 2008/09 Period : April 2008 to June 2008

  47. DPTRW – Vote 9 : Program 5 – EPWP • Enable economic upliftment and empowerment • Reduce infrastructure backlogs • Alleviate unemployment by creating jobs • Facilitate skills development through training • Target woman, youth, disabilities job creation

  48. Expenditure Report – Prg 5 - EPWP Budget R 200 000 000