presentation by thulamela municipality multi year infrastructure development february 2013
Download
Skip this Video
Download Presentation
Presenter: LG Davhana

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 17

Presenter: LG Davhana - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 93 Views
  • Uploaded on

PRESENTATION BY THULAMELA MUNICIPALITY MULTI YEAR INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT February 2013. Presenter: LG Davhana . BACKGROUND. Thulamela is one of the four local municipalities of the Vhembe District Population = 618 000 20\% Urban and 80\% Rural

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about 'Presenter: LG Davhana' - fifi


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
presentation by thulamela municipality multi year infrastructure development february 2013

PRESENTATION BY THULAMELA MUNICIPALITYMULTI YEAR INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT February 2013

Presenter: LG Davhana

background
BACKGROUND
  • Thulamela is one of the four local municipalities of the Vhembe District
  • Population = 618 000
  • 20% Urban and 80% Rural
  • Received its direct mig funding from 2005/6 financial year.
  • Received the Neighbourhood Development Partnership Grant (NDPG) in 2008 and started with implementation in 2010.
infrastructure backlogs
INFRASTRUCTURE BACKLOGS
  • Roads & Stormwater:

→ Urban Streets (About 259.7 km gravel; 123.36 km

tarred)

→ Rural areas: upgraded the access collectors to uplift the living standards

  • Sports Facilities:

→ Have 9 centres: to develop various sporting codes. We

have done 6.

→ Scope: Grassed soccer field, roofed pavilion with change rooms and ablutions, swimming pool, one volley + basket ball court, one netball + tennis court, borehole with storage and irrigation, fencing and parking.

  • Other public infrastructure: Solid waste disposal and transfer stations, taxi and bus ranks, and cemeteries.
institutional set up
INSTITUTIONAL SET-UP
  • A committee based PMU was established in 2005/6, with technical specialization in consideration
  • Additional personnel for special municipal focuses were included, e.g. EIA and IDP
  • In-house PMU Manager is almost full time with no additional remuneration. Other members support on part time basis.
  • Currently PMU unit has two full-time staff members, and one seconded staff member.
challenges
CHALLENGES
  • To meet some of the programme requirements of the Capital Grant (CG) of NDPG was a challenge, like Business Plan (BP) approval (with economic focus), Project Plan (PP) and Milestone Payment Schedule (MPS).

Appoint the specialist service providers like Economists.

  • Poor performance by emerging service providers.

Mix experienced with emerging.

  • Under estimation.

Appoint project consultants to do detailed cost estimates; Budget adjustment.

  • Project identification and community involvement.

Co-ordinate all stakeholders, like civics and traditional leaders,

through Ward Councillors.

  • Lots ofhiccups in the initial years, because of no planning / not clear on what’s required.

 Plan ahead

our strength forward planning
OUR STRENGTH/ FORWARD PLANNING
  • Conduct EIA a year before – have a budget.
  • Feasibility study and Designs approval prior implementation financial year – have a budget.
  • Monthly meetings of the PMU as preparation for monthly meetings with consultants.
  • On-going capacity building.
  • Use of different consultants.
  • Planned appointments of students for in-service training in the projects.
  • Full support by management.
example of new project from planning to implementation
EXAMPLE OF NEW PROJECT FROM PLANNING TO IMPLEMENTATION
  • Thohoyandou Unit G Streets:

Appointed Consultant = 08 March 2011

Geotech & Survey appointments = 23 March 2012

EIA consultant appointed = 17/04/2012

EIA ROD = 01/06/2012

Payment of special services = 15/06/2012

Project status: Recently appointed contractor to spend at least

25% of budget in 2012/13 and the balance in

2013/14 financial year.

impact made by mig
IMPACT MADE BY MIG
  • 72 km of tarred streets, 15 km gravel roads, 5.5 km concrete strips road, one solid waste disposal site, and six sport facilities were constructed from 2005/6.
  • Projects under implementation: Makhuvha sports facility, Thulamela Information Centre, and 5 x Solid waste transfer stations, Streets rehabilitations.
  • NDPG projects under implementation: Acacia link Road, Streets Lighting, Sibasa Bus & Taxi Rank, Malamulele Internal Streets.
overall municipal progress on infrastructure development and lesson learned
OVERALL MUNICIPAL PROGRESS ON INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT AND LESSON LEARNED
  • Spent mig allocations within given period since inception in 2005/6.
  • Partnership with CESA (Consulting Engineers South Africa)
  • Engagement/Involvement with IMESA (Institute of Municipal Engineering of Southern Africa)
  • Partnership with communities on infrastructure development.
  • Capacity to manage other programmes like Neighbourhood Development Partnership Grant (NDPG) from National Treasury; and Electrification for DOE.
          • THANK YOU
tshikombani basic sports field
TSHIKOMBANI BASIC SPORTS FIELD

Pavilion under construction

makhuvha sports facility
MAKHUVHA SPORTS FACILITY

Pavilion under construction

tshifudi sports facility
TSHIFUDI SPORTS FACILITY

Completed Sports Facility

ad