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CITY OF TSHWANE USDG 2011/12 Achievements USDG 2012/13 Plans. Presented by: Amos Mboweni.

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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.
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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
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List of Projects per department

Agriculture and environmental management

list of projects per department
List of Projects per department

Housing and Sustainable Human Settlements

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List of Projects per department

Roads and Transport continuation

list of projects per department2
List of Projects per department

Sport, Recreation, Art & Culture

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.

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