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  1. Review of the 2nd 6-month report of the 5-Year Local Government Strategic Agenda Implementation Plan October 2006 to March 2007 Your partner in service delivery and development

  2. Presentation Overview • Process followed for the development of the 2nd six month progress report for 2006 / 2007 • Discussion on the progress reports for 2nd six months 2006 / 2007 • Requirements moving forward • Next steps

  3. October 2006 to March 2007 Reporting Period Process followed for the development of the 2nd six month progress report for 2006 / 2007: • Feedback sessions held with Provinces to review 1st 6 month reports • National MRE workshop held on 13 February 2007 where issues relating to the reports were discussed • 2nd six months report template enhanced to improved quality and consistence of the reporting • Report templates were circulated in March 2007 to Provinces requesting submissions by 26 March 2007. Date for reports revised at Joint Technical MINMEC / PCC to 7 May 2007 • Progress reports received on time from: EC, NC, WC, FS. • Report received from NW on 10 May 2007. • Reports not received or problems experienced with the reports submitted: KZN, Limpopo, Gauteng & Mpumalanga • Extracting progress from the 4th QRM reports

  4. Discussion on the progress reports for September 2006 to March 2007 • From the reports received, the following is observed: (EC, NC, FS, WC) • Provinces have responded positively to ensure that they are appropriately structured to support LG around the implementation of the 5-Yr LGSA • Progress reported is still bias towards process as opposed to outputs and outcomes • There is a slight improvement in the output reporting in some cases • Interventions have been identified in some cases to address challenges • Further observations noted under each KPA

  5. Cross cutting Observations: • Provinces have developed LG Support Plans. However NC still need to finalise theirs. • Participation of sector departments appear to remain a challenge • Provinces report that Mechanisms have been set up to monitor implementation. EC still need to define roles and responsibilities • Communication strategy still need to be developed in EC • 2 of 5 DMs have launched communication forums in WC • Of the reports received communication and ICT still needs to be strengthened

  6. KPA 1: Municipal Transformation & Organisational Development Observations: • No further training appears to have taken place in EC,FS,NC & WC. Speakers Indaba held in WC • Appointment & signing of Performance Contracts remain a challenge • Women appointed in Sec 57 positions remain a challenge • Adoption of “credible” IDPs appears to be slow • NC indicate that they are opening an office in Kgalagadi to provide support as part of the cross boundary support initiative • Capacity gap was identified as a concern by the Minister

  7. KPA: 1 Municipal Transformation & organisational Development

  8. KPA: 1 Municipal Transformation & organisational Development

  9. KPA: 1 Municipal Transformation & organisational Development

  10. KPA: 1 Municipal Transformation & organisational Development

  11. KPA 2: Basic Service Delivery Observations: • Improvement in information relating to infrastructure requirements • Backlogs are still not clearly defined • No updates for water and sanitation to clinics • EC, NC, FS still have schools without water & sanitation (2005 Target) • Water & sanitation & bucket eradication targets (2007). EC backlogs have not been specified • Bucket eradication in FS may be a challenge due to funding • Master plans for the other targets to ensure that planning, budgets and implementation is aligned and is not reflected e.g. Roads, public facilities and sports and recreation • Service delivery / community expectation was identified as a high priority by the Minister

  12. KPA 3: Local Economic Development Observations: • District growth and development summits must still be held in Xhariep in FS and Cape Town & Overberg in Western Cape. • The four provinces indicated that support was being deployed • Outcomes of the district growth and development summits were being formulated into action plans • EC & FS have listed a number of LED type projects that are to be implemented

  13. KPA 4: Financial Viability and Management Observations: • Actions are being taken to enhance revenue collection • Debt reduction in FS municipalities reported. Focus on debt collection from government entities • Hands on support is being provided in all four provinces • Valuation rolls being compiled • Establishment of audit committees are taking place • Information on supply chain management appears to be a challenge

  14. KPA 5: Good Governance & public participation Observations: • The 4 provinces report high level of establishment (90% plus). However functionality appears to be a challenge • Additional CDWs are being deployed. EC Additional 235 advertised for. • Imbizo programmes in all 4 provinces have been undertaken • Work is being undertaken on Traditional Leadership Development. However EC report delays in establishment of district houses.

  15. Gaps identified • The provincial reports reflect limited progress in respect of the following of: • Sector department participation • Vacancies and training • Service delivery and verification of backlogs • URP/ISRDP, PC and cross boundary • Traditional leadership – capacity building and establishment of district houses • Progress on Presidential Imbizo resolutions • Outcomes of the District Growth and Development Summits • Ward committees functionality

  16. Requirements moving forward for finalisation of the 2006 / 2007 report • Additional reports from branches, provinces and sector departments to be obtained by 14th May 2007 at 12h00 • A National consolidated report will be finalised by 15th May 2007 and circulated for comments and inputs • Report to be tabled at the Exco 07h30 meeting on the 17th May 2007 • Report to be tabled at Technical MINMEC on 21 May 2007

  17. Thank You