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13 September 2018 - NW2342

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Xalisa, Mr Z R to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

With reference to the reply to question 1569 on 15 June 2018 by the Minister of Rural Development and Land Reform, for what purpose is each (a) bonded and (b) non-bonded property used in each (i) province and (ii) metropolitan municipality?

Reply:

The Minister for CoGTA will not be in a position to respond to question posed by the Honourable Member. Section 24 of Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act (SPLUMA) gives the responsibility for land management use to municipalities. SPLUMA is administered by the Minister for Rural Development and Land Reform (DRDLR), who would be in a better position to provide a response to questions of this nature.

13 September 2018 - NW2221

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McLoughlin, Mr AR to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

(1)What are the (a) full details and (b) detailed breakdown of all expenses incurred by the Emfuleni Local Municipality in hosting the recent State of the Municipality Address (SOMA) in the Vereeniging Banquet Hall on 26 June 2018; and (2) what are the reasons for allowing such expenditure in hosting the SOMA when the specified municipality has been placed under administration in terms of section 139 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996, for not being able to fund basic service delivery activities?

Reply:

1. The municipality spent an amount of R415 640.00 on decor, catering for 2000 people, entertainment and sign language interpreter for the State of the Municipal Address (SoMA).

(2) a) The Emfuleni Local Municipality has, in line with the executive and legislative authority, adopted the hosting of annual SoMA as part of the broader public participation programme aimed at developing and maintaining a culture of community participation. The Local Government Municipal Systems Act (Act 32 of 2000) Chapter 4, sections 16 and 17, enables the municipality to determine various mechanisms, processes and procedures for fostering participation by the local communities and to this effect use its resources and allocate funds as may be appropriate for this purpose.

b) The Municipal Manager, in the discharge of his fiduciary duties must take all reasonable steps to ensure that the resources of the municipality are used effectively, efficiently and economically.

c) Being conversant with the existing financial and service delivery challenges of the municipality, the imposition of parts of Section 139 of the Constitution of the RSA and at the same time the need to encourage active citizenry, it is for this reason that the financial implications of the SoMA were effectively reduced to an amount of R415, 640 from the originally planned expenditure.

d) The SoMA is an effective mechanism or model that continues to address Emfuleni's multi-stakeholders including citizens, business sector, NGO, Government Institutions, the Clergy and various other key stakeholders. Stakeholder engagement will further remain a critical component for the successful implementation of the Provincial Intervention Programmes and essential in promoting social cohesion. The various ongoing social innovation and economic development initiatives currently taking place in Emfuleni were extensively engaged on as part of the 2018 SoMA, and it has been an excellent platform for feedback and re-commitment to the Communities of Emfuleni amongst various others that continue to unfold.

13 September 2018 - NW2222

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McLoughlin, Mr AR to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

Whether he will furnish Mr A R McLoughlin with (a) a full breakdown of all expenditure incurred by the Emfuleni Local Municipality in the upgrading of the KwaMazisa hostel complex from 1 January 2010, (b) copies of all contracts entered into between the municipality and the various contractors who have carried out work on the complex, including all annexures and schedules of each contract, (c) full reasons, with documentary evidence, of the reasons why the upgrading of the complex has come to a halt without being completed and (d) a prognosis of (i) on what date and (ii) at what cost the upgrades of the complex will be completed?

Reply:

The project of upgrading Kwa Masiza Hostel was done by the Provincial Department of Housing and not Emfuleni Local Municipality. Emfuleni Local Municipality is not undertaking any capital projects relating to upgrading of Kwa-Masiza hostel. No project was done within the precinct since 2010.

13 September 2018 - NW2249

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Schmidt, Adv H to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

Whether the Emfuleni Local Municipality defended any cases that were (a) heard and (b) finalised in the SA Local Government Bargaining Council since 1 January 2015; if not, in each case, why not; if so, (i) who represented the municipality in each case and (ii) what amount did the specified municipality incur in (aa) legal and (bb) any other costs in each case in terms of (aaa) money paid to legal representatives representing the specified municipality and (bbb) any money paid to legal representatives representing the other parties?

Reply:

The response to this question is attached as Annexure.

13 September 2018 - NW2254

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Robertson, Mr K to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

Whether he will furnish Mr K P Robertson with all reports commissioned in relation to CAS 99/07/2016 opened at the Carolina Police Station for the pollution of water resources in the Chief Albert Luthuli Local Municipality in Mpumalanga; if not, why not; if so, by what date?

Reply:

The Honourable Member is requesting information residing with a municipality. Requests for such information is done through the Promotion of Access to Information Act, no. 2 of 2000 (PAIA). The Member is requesting for records in the form of reports commissioned, and PAIA is used by the public to access records of government. Each sphere of government will have an information officer. For National Government departments the Information Officer is the Director-General. At provincial level it is the Head of Department and at municipal level the Information Officer is the Municipal Manager.  

13 September 2018 - NW2323

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Rawula, Mr T to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

(1)(a) What number of labour disputes are currently being faced by (i) his department and (ii) the entities reporting to him, (b) what is the cause of each dispute, (c) what is the nature of each dispute and (d) on what date was each dispute (i) reported and (ii) resolved; (2) (a)(i) what number of employees have been dismissed by his department in the past five years and (ii) for what reason was each employee dismissed and (b)(i) what number of the specified employees were paid severance packages and (ii) what was the monetary value of each severance package?

Reply:

Department of Traditional Affairs:

1. (a)The Department does not have any labour disputes.

2. (a)(i) No employees were dismissed in the department in the past five years (ii) falls away (b) (i) No severance packages were paid to employees (ii) falls away.

 

Entity: Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities (CRL Rights Commission)

(1)(a) The CRL Rights Commission has currently two labour disputes and the details are as follows:

One official is objecting the results of the Performance Management and Development System (PMDS). The case was registered in January 2018 and is not yet finalized.

One official took the CRL Rights Commission to the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) after dismissal. The case was registered with the CCMA in March 2018 and is not yet finalized.

(2)(a)(i) Two officials were dismissed by the CRL Rights Commission on the following account:

First official: The official’s conduct put the CRL Rights Commission into disrepute; and

Second official: The official’s conduct put the CRL Rights Commission into disrepute and she breached the terms of her suspension. (b)(i)No severance package was paid to any employee (ii) falls away.

13 September 2018 - NW2443

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Rawula, Mr T to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

What is the (a) name of each investing company that has invested on land owned by (i) his department and (ii) each entity reporting to him and (b)(i) nature, (ii) value and (iii) length of each investment?

Reply:

1. CoGTA does not own land; its head office is accommodated in five (5) leased buildings acquired through the Department of Public Works.

Land owned by CoGTA.

a) None

(i) Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

b) (i) Not applicable

(ii) R0.00

(iii) 0 hectares

2. SOUTH AFRICAN LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION (SALGA)

(a)(ii) Not applicable

(b) Not applicable

3. MUNICIPAL DEMARCATION BOARD (MDB)

(a)(ii). None, MDB does not own any land nor invested in any land.

(b)None.

4. SOUTH AFRICAN CITIES NETWORK (SACN)

(a)(ii)South African Cities Network is a non-profit organization and has not invested in land.

(b) Not applicable as there are no investments in land.

13 September 2018 - NW513

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Wilson, Ms ER to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

What (a) number of (i) councillors and (ii) municipal officials of the (aa) Ba-Phalaborwa, (bb) Maruleng, (cc) Tzaneen and (dd) Greater Letaba Local Municipalities in Limpopo are in arrears with their municipal accounts, (b) is the total amount in outstanding debt in each case, (c) is the name of each councillor and municipal official who is in arrears for more than two months and (d) action, if any, has been taken to recover the amounts in each case?

Reply:

According to the information provided by the municipalities through the Limpopo Provincial CoGHSTA, Ba-Phalaborwa, Tzaneen, Maruleng and Greater Letaba local municipalities have a number of municipal councillors and officials on arrears for municipal rates and services for a period of more than two months. Breakdown in terms of each municipality is specified on the tables below.

(aa) BA-PHALABORWA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

Number of councillors and municipal officials in arrears on municipal accounts

Total outstanding debt

Name of councillor/s and officials in arrears for (2) months or more

Any action, if any, has been taken to recover the amounts in each case?

A total of 124 which consists of 113 municipal officials and 11 councillors

R2, 879 735.76

List attached as an Annexure A to the reply

Deductions are effected every month for the outstanding debt

(bb) MARULENG LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

Number of councillors and municipal officials in arrears on municipal accounts

Total outstanding debt

Name of councillor/s and officials in arrears for (2) months or more

Any action, if any, has been taken to recover the amounts in each case?

Six (6) officials

R27,490.68

Sithole K.V, Maponya B, Mohlasedi A, Mphela S.K,

Mokonyane M.L Thompson S.

Issuing of a monthly statement and no arrangement has been made to date

(cc) GREATER TZANEEN LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

Number of councillors and municipal officials in arrears on municipal accounts

Total outstanding debt

Name of councillor/s and officials in arrears for (2) months or more

Any action, if any, has been taken to recover the amounts in each case?

Four (4) which consists of 3 municipal officials and one councillor

R131, 830.10

Ramatseba JM owing R3 041.91

Payment agreement have been signed with officials and honoured on monthly basis

   

Maholovela TC owing R41 638.84

Payment agreement have been signed with officials and honoured on monthly basis

   

Ledwaba SA and NP owing R13 842.50

Payment agreement have been signed with officials and honoured on monthly basis

   

Councillor Makhubela MJ owing R73 306.85

Payment agreement have been signed with officials and honoured on monthly basis

(dd) GREATER LETABA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

Number of councillors and municipal officials in arrears on municipal accounts

Total outstanding debt

Name of councillor/s and officials in arrears for (2) months or more

Any action, if any, has been taken to recover the amounts in each case?

Two officials and one councillor

R41 666. 85

Moshobane TMP

owing R 7 994.50

Entered into a payment arrangement of R2000.00 per month

   

Malatji SS

owing R 27 813.45

The councillor did not make any payment arrangements. The municipality will inform the councillor about deductions to be made from her salary.

   

Malatji Mathaba wing R5, 858.90

Entered into payment arrangement of R3,800 per month

Section 96(a) of the MSA, states that municipalities must collect all monies due and payable to it, while Section 96(b) empowers a municipality to undertake this debt collection in terms of adopting a credit control and debt collection policy. Even though that legislative provision is very clear, municipalities are in general still encountering challenges on collection of outstanding debt and amongst its debtors are the municipal councillors and municipal officials who are in arrears for municipal rates and services. It is evident that non- payment of municipal debtors is mostly due to the weaknesses on the municipal systems in implementing relevant sections of the legislations and the implementation of their credit control and debt collection policies.

In respect of debt owed by municipal officials, it has been evident that municipalities in most instances does not make an effort to uphold Section 103 of the Municipal Systems Act, No. 32 of 2000 that makes a provision for employers to have agreements. This further gives a permission that a municipality may with consent of a person liable for payment of rates and services enter into agreements with that person’s employer to deduct from the salaries or wages of other persons-

  • any outstanding amounts due by the person to the municipality; or
  • regular monthly amounts as may be agreed;
  • and provide special incentive for employer’s to enter into such agreements and for employees to consent such agreements

Furthermore, Schedule 2 of the MSA also specifies a Code of Conduct for Municipal Staff Members that makes provision for the municipality to deduct amounts outstanding for more than three months from employees’ salaries.

Councillllors are also not immune in terms of having arrear debt even though, the MSA’s Schedule 1: Code of Conduct for Councillors, Section 12A, states that a Councillor should not be in arrears with the municipality for a period longer than three months.

13 September 2018 - NW2499

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Mthethwa, Mr EM to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

In light of the fact that the future of the country depends on the investment in its youth, what (a) programmes has his department put in place to promote youth development and empowerment and (b) funding has been set aside for these programmes?

Reply:

(a) Below is the list of programmes that the department has put in place to promote youth development and empowerment

MISA’s Capacity Building Programme

1. The Municipal Infrastructure Support Agent (MISA) has a capacity-building programme that provides opportunities for young people who qualified from TVETs, Technical Colleges and Universities with a civil, electrical, town planning or other related studies, required for infrastructure development and maintenance in municipalities.

2. Since 2012, MISA’s Programme coverage has been of a national magnitude. The biggest component of this Programme has always been the artisan development (Apprenticeship) sub-programme for the purposes of building capacity to operate and maintain existing infrastructure. Between 2014/15 and 2015/16, this sub-programme registered over 400 apprentices. Two hundred and fifty-nine participants qualified as artisans between 2013/14 and 2014/15. The intake for 2017/18 and 2018/19 financial years stood at 303 and 230, respectively. In this regard, work opportunities have been offered by MISA to 100 young people in eight (08) targeted municipalities across the Northern Cape, Free State, Mpumalanga and Limpopo Provinces as Artisans and Water Process Controllers.

3. Experiential Learners referred to the group of candidates pursuing studies to be technicians, yet requiring practice and workplace experience to continue with their academic training. Forty-two of these groups have been registered from March 2014 to March 2016 for experiential learning at qualifying municipalities. They have since completed their required experiential training and have gone back to complete their academic studies. The intake for 2017/18 and 2018/19 experiential learners stands at 90 and 100, respectively.

4. In as far as the Bursary Scheme is concerned, one hundred and eighty-six candidates were registered from 2014, whilst in 2016, one hundred and sixty-four (164) young people have been awarded bursaries for technical infrastructure-related studies. For the current financial year 2018/19, MISA plans to award bursaries to 150 disadvantaged students studying towards town planning, civil and electrical engineering qualifications.

The table below provides a breakdown of the various sub-programme in-takes:

MISA PROGRAMMES

2017/18 FY

2018/19 FY

1.

Experiential Learners

 

90

100

2.

Young Graduates

 

70

150

3.

Apprentices

 

303

258

4.

Artisan Placement Programme

 

100

101

Table 1: MISA’s Capacity Building Programme 2017/18 and 2018/19

The Disaster Management Bursary Programme

1. The Department of Cooperative Governance (DCoG) introduced a Disaster Management Bursary Programme under the National Disaster Management Centre (NDMC). The overall objective of the bursary programme is to contribute towards building capacity and skills enhancement in disaster risk management, through advanced education, training, public awareness and research services.

2. In the 2017 academic year, the NDMC successfully awarded 39 bursaries to qualifying students. Out of the 39 students, 33 completed their studies in the 2017 academic year and 5 are still continuing with their studies in the 2018 academic year. In the 2018 academic year, the NDMC successfully awarded 41 bursaries to new applicants and 30 of the recipients were young people. Applications for the Disaster Management Bursary Programme are published annually through print media and the NDMC’s website.

The Community Works Programme (CWP)

1. In addition, the Department is also implementing the Community Work Programme (CWP), as part of the government-wide Expanded Public Works Programme. The CWP’s youth participation rate for the 2017/18 financial year is broken down in the table below:

Total Participation Rate

Total Youth Participants

Youth Female Participants and Percentage

Youth Male Participants and Percentage

264909

 

98954

76950

22004

 

37.35%

29.05%

8.31%

Table 1: Youth Participation in CWP 2017/18 FY

2. The Department is forming partnerships with institutions of higher learning to ensure the up-skilling of participants. Sixteen (16) CWP participants have graduated with a 3 year Grade R Diploma from the North West University. On 8 June 2018, 55 participants in Mahikeng obtained NQF Level 2 qualification in Environmental Practice through training provided by LGSETA. Young participants are also being supported to establish their own cooperatives through training provided in partnership with the Reggio Emilia municipality in Italy. The Department has further partnered with the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation (CSVR) and GIZ to train young participants on crime prevention in Orange Farm, Ivory Park and Khayelitsha; as a result of this, crimes against women and children have been reduced in the pilot sites in these areas.

(b) Funding for the programmes:

(1) Below are the allocations for MISA’s Capacity Building Programmes for the 2018/19 financial year.

Programme Name

Numbers

Budget

Apprentices

258

R 5million

Young Graduates

150

R 30million

Experiential Learners

100

R 5million

Artisans and Process Controllers

101

R 21million

Total

609

R 61million

3. The annual budget for the Disaster Management Bursary Programme is R2million.

4. Young people benefit equally from the CWP budget with other vulnerable groups from poor communities.

20 August 2018 - NW2076

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Van Der Walt, Ms D to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

(1)      (a) What amount does each specified municipality (Ba-Phalaborwa LM, Giyani LM, Greater Letaba LM, Maruleng LM and Grater Tzaneen LM) owe to the Mopani District Municipality in Limpopo to date, (b) for what period has each debt been outstanding, (c) what are the reasons for non-payment and (d) what steps has the specified district municipality taken to collect the debt; (2) Will he and/or his department intervene; if not, why not; if so, (a) by what date and (b) how?

Reply:

The information was provided by the Mopani District Municipality

1. (a) The Mopani District Municipality has entered into agreements with its local municipalities (Ba-Phalaborwa LM, Greater Giyani LM, Greater Letaba LM, Greater Tzaneen LM and Maruleng LM) through which its locals are appointed to become water service providers on behalf of the district. As part of the agreement, it is the requirement that each local municipality provides the district on monthly basis, with a report outlining the revenue collected against the billing, expenditure and age analysis of the creditors and debtors for water. In terms of the signed agreements, it is mandatory of the locals to pay back the profit to the district if profits have been accumulated on the provision of water on behalf of the district, and if the locals have operated the water business at a loss, it becomes the responsibility of the district to repay the local municipality for the losses incurred. It is against the above context that only Ba- Phalaborwa owes Mopani district, as it is the only local municipality within the district that has operated the water provision business on profit, which resulted to a recorded debt R180 million.

Subsequently, the Mopani District Municipality has an outstanding debt to its four (4) locals within the district that are operating the water function at a loss and the breakdown is as follows:

  • Greater Tzaneen LM R179,6 million
  • Greater Letaba LM R55 million
  • Greater Giyani R27,6 million
  • Maruleng LM R23,4 million

b) The reported figures on outstanding debt are as at June 2017 and are reflected on the audited Annual Financial Statements of 2016/17 financial year. According to the municipality, the current and latest available debt amounts that are reported on the MFMA Section 71 reports are mostly disputed, incorrect, and unreliable and regarded as not a true reflection of the arrear debt.

c) The debt owed by and to the Mopani District Municipality is as a result of the following:

  • The local municipalities are having an agreement to provide or operate the provision of water and sanitation on behalf of the district. It is a requirement that in terms of the signed agreement between the district and its locals, the revenue collected and generated be transferred to the district. However, in most instances, the clause is not implemented.
  • The four local municipalities owed by the district are operating the water and sanitation services at a loss as the revenue they generated is less than the expenses they incurred, and as a result the district is expected to reimburse its locals.

The Ba-Phalaborwa Local Municipality has been operating the electricity function at a profit and the profit generated is expected to be surrendered to the district municipality on annual basis. However, this local municipality failed to surrender the profit, which has resulted on the outstanding debt.

d) Ba-Phalaborwa LM has signed and is honouring a payment agreement of R1. 7 million with the district municipality. The district uses the payment from the local municipality to repay its debt owed to the Water Board. The district is facilitating a process to write-off some of the outstanding debt of its local municipalities.

In terms of the project closeout report, it was identified that the root causes of non- payment of debt are as a result of the various shortfalls in the Service Level Agreement (SLA) between the district and its locals and the lack of implementation thereof. The district municipality is in the process of amending the SLA to improve the identified gaps.

2. The department has supported the Mopani District Municipality with a Simplified Revenue Plan in the 2016/17 to 2017/18 financial years. The simplified revenue plan’s objectives are to improve revenue management, reduce municipal consumer debt and protect municipal revenue. The department has also assisted the district municipality to determine cost reflective tariffs and recommended to the Mopani District Municipality not to charge the same tariff in all its five local municipalities, but to rather have tariffs that are determined in accordance with the circumstances of the different Water Service Providers (WSP).

The primary responsibility for water services provision rests with local government. In terms of Section 84 of the Municipal Structures Act, the responsibility for providing water services rests with the district and metropolitan municipalities. However, the Act allows the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs to authorise a local municipality to perform these functions or exercise these powers. The district (or authorised local) municipality is the water services authority as defined in the Water Services Act.

There can only be one water services authority in any specific area (that is, water services authority areas cannot overlap). The main duty of water services providers is to provide water services in accordance with the Constitution, the Water Services Act and the by-laws of the water services authority, and in terms of any specific conditions set by the water services authority in a contract.

Mopani District Municipality has entered into an agreement with Local Municipalities through which it appointed the Local Municipalities to become water services providers on its behalf. As part of the agreement, the Local Municipalities are to provide for the rendering of water services in an efficient, equitable, cost effective and sustainable manner. The WSP was obligated in terms of the agreement to submit on a monthly basis not later than the 10th of every month, a report outlining the revenue collected against the billing, expenditure per line item and the age analysis of the creditors and debtors for water.

Adherence to WSP Agreement

The local municipalities do not adhere to the WSP agreement, as a result, credibility of the financial reports from local municipalities is questionable. The cash collection reports as well as the expenditure allocated to water and sanitation activities lack credibility, which in the end, the amounts claimed by both the district and the local municipalities are mostly disputed.

Disputes by local municipalities on non-payment as per the signed WSP agreement

The local municipalities are indicating that Income and Expenditure for the water and sanitation services are running at a loss. The SLA requires the WSA to open a separate bank account for the water and sanitation services and the WSP must bank all cash received daily into this account and currently not happening and negatively affect the cash flow of the District Municipalities.

07 August 2018 - NW1682

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Mashabela, Ms N to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

What is the (a) name and (b) location of each ward in the country that does not have access to tap water as at 1 May 2018?

Reply:

The information requested by the Honourable Member is not readily available in the Department. However, the Department has engaged various stakeholders in an attempt to collate the requested information and through this process we have learned that the requested information is only collated through the Stats SA Census. The last Census took place in 2011.

07 August 2018 - NW525

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Waters, Mr M to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

With reference to the reply to question 1650 on 11 August 2017, has the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality provided the information?

Reply:

The information requested by the Honourable Member is not readily available in the Department. However, the Department has engaged the Gauteng Provincial Department responsible for Local Government to obtain the relevant information from Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality. The information will be submitted to the Honourable Member as soon as it is available.

 

07 August 2018 - NW1925

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Rawula, Mr T to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

(1)What (a) is the total number of incidents of sexual harassment that were reported to the human resources offices of entities reporting to him in (i) 2016 and (ii) 2017 and (b) are the details of each incident that took place; (2) was each incident investigated; if not, why not in each case; if so, what were the outcomes of the investigation in each case?

Reply:

(1)(a) No sexual harassment incidents were reported to the human resources office of the Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities (CRL Rights Commission) in the 2016/17 financial year.

(2) Falls away.

 

07 August 2018 - NW348

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James, Ms LV to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

(a) What is the total amount that was (i) budgeted for and (ii) spent on his private office (aa) in each of the past three financial years and (bb) since 1 April 2017 and (b) what was the (i) remuneration, (ii) salary level, (iii) job title, (iv) qualification and (v) job description of each employee appointed in his private office in each of the specified periods?

Reply:

Department of Cooperative Governance

FINANCIAL YEAR 2015/2016

JOB TITLE

SALARY LEVEL

REMUNERATION

QUALIFICATION

JOB DESCRIPTION

Chief Director (Chief Of Staff)

SL14

R 1 246 449

Grade 12

Bachelor of Commerce

Yes

Administrative Secretary

SL13

R 1 017 972

Grade 12

Yes

Parliamentary Officer (Cape Town)

SL13

R 890 301

Grade 12

Bachelor of Commerce

Yes

Private Secretary

SL12

R 674 979

Grade 12

National Diploma

Yes

Assistant Private Secretary

SL12

R 695 379

Grade 12

Yes

Assistant Administrative Secretary

SL11

R 595 563

Grade 12

Bachelor of Arts degree

Yes

Secretary/Receptionist

SL8

R 243 747

Grade 12

National Diploma

Yes

Registry Clerk

SL8

R 254 883

Grade 12

Yes

Registry Clerk

SL8

R 254 883

Grade 12

National Diploma

Yes

Receptionist

SL6

R 166 245

Grade 12

Yes

Food Service Aid

SL4

R 110 739

Grade 12

Yes

JOB TITLE

SALARY LEVEL

REMUNERATION

QUALIFICATION

JOB DESCRIPTION

OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER (DCOG)

Head: Deputy Ministry

SL13

R 1 017 972

Grade 12

Post Graduate Diploma in Management

Yes

Parliamentary Officer

SL13

R 864 177

Grade 12

Bachelor of Laws degree

Bachelor of Arts degree

Yes

Administrative Secretary

SL12

R 674 979

Grade 12

Yes

Private Secretary

SL12

R 685 107

Grade 12

Yes

FINANCIAL YEAR 2016/2017

JOB TITLE

SALARY LEVEL

REMUNERATION

QUALIFICATION

JOB DESCRIPTION

Chief Director (Chief Of Staff)

SL14

R 1 277 610

Grade 12

Bachelor of Commerce

Yes

Administrative Secretary

SL13

R 1 058 691

Grade 12

Yes

Parliamentary Officer (Cape Town)

SL13

R 939 810

Grade 12

Bachelor of Commerce

Yes

Private Secretary

SL12

R 726 276

Grade 12

National Diploma

Yes

Assistant Private Secretary

SL12

R 759 444

Grade 12

Yes

Assistant Administrative Secretary

SL11

R 650 433

Grade 12

Bachelor of Arts degree

Yes

Secretary/Receptionist

SL8

R 266 214

Grade 12

National Diploma

Yes

Registry Clerk

SL8

R 278 373

Grade 12

Yes

Registry Clerk

SL8

R 278 373

Grade 12

National Diploma

Yes

Receptionist

SL6

R 181 566

Grade 12

Yes

Food Service Aid

SL4

R 119 154

Grade 12

Yes

JOB TITLE

SALARY LEVEL

REMUNERATION

QUALIFICATION

JOB DESCRIPTION

Special Advisor

SL 14

R 1 277 610

Grade 12

Higher Diploma

Bachelor of Commerce Honors degree

N/A

OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER (DCOG)

Head: Deputy Ministry

SL13

R 1 058 691

Grade 12

Post Graduate Diploma in Management

Yes

Parliamentary Officer

SL13

R 912 237

Grade 12

Bachelor of Laws degree

Bachelor of Arts degree

Yes

Administrative Secretary

SL12

R 737 175

Grade 12

Yes

Private Secretary

SL12

R 748 227

Grade 12

Yes

FINANCIAL YEAR 2017/2018

JOB TITLE

SALARY LEVEL

REMUNERATION

QUALIFICATION

JOB DESCRIPTION

Chief Director (Chief Of Staff)

SL14

R 1 347 879

Grade 12

Bachelor of Commerce degree

Yes

Administrative Secretary

SL13

R 1 116 918

Grade 12

Yes

Parliamentary Officer (Cape Town)

SL13

R 1 006 374

Grade 12

Bachelor of Commerce

Yes

Private Secretary

SL12

R 779 295

Grade 12

National Diploma

Yes

Assistant Private Secretary

SL12

R 827 118

Grade 12

Yes

Deputy Director: Special Project

SL12

R 779 295

Grade 12

Bachelor of Arts degree

Yes

Assistant Administrative Secretary

SL11

R 708 387

Grade 12

Bachelor of Arts degree

Yes

Secretary/Receptionist

SL8

R 289 929

Grade 12

National Diploma

Yes

Registry Clerk

SL8

R 303 168

Grade 12

Yes

 

JOB TITLE

SALARY LEVEL

REMUNIRATION

QUALIFICATION

JOB DESCRIPTION

Registry Clerk

SL8

R 303 168

Grade 12

National Diploma

Yes

Receptionist

SL6

R 197 742

Grade 12

Yes

Food Service Aid

SL4

R 127 851

Grade 12

Yes

Driver

SL6

R 183 558

Grade 11

Yes

Editor/Speechwriter

SL 12

R 904 404

Grade 12

Bachelor of Social Science degree

Bachelor of Library Science degree

Bachelor of Social Science Honors degree

Yes

Special Advisor

SL 15

R 1 463 892

Grade 12

Higher Diploma

Bachelor of Commerce Honors degree

N/A

OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER (DCOG)

Head: Deputy Ministry

SL13

R 1 116 918

Grade 12

Post Graduate Diploma in Management

Yes

JOB TITLE

SALARY LEVEL

REMUNERATION

QUALIFICATION

JOB DESCRIPTION

Parliamentary Officer

SL13

R 976 839

Grade 12

Bachelor of Laws degree

Bachelor of Arts degree

Yes

Administrative Secretary

SL12

R 802 848

Grade 12

Yes

Private Secretary

SL12

R 814 884

Grade 12

Yes

(a)(i)(ii)(aa)(bb)

2017/18

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Budget

R’000

Actual Expenditure

R’000

Budget

R’000

Actual Expenditure

R’000

Budget

R’000

Actual Expenditure

R’000

Budget

R’000

Actual Expenditure

R’000

R 28,010

R 22,460

R 34,591

R 32,020

R30,247

R 29, 551

R33,604

R 33,604

REPLY:

Department of Traditional Affairs

FINANCIAL YEAR 2015/2016

JOB TITLE

SALARY LEVEL

REMUNERATION

QUALIFICATION

JOB DESCRIPTION

OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER (DTA)

Head: Deputy Ministry

SL13

R 831 026

Grade 12

Hon. Theology

Yes

Administrative Secretary

SL8

R 246 607

Grade 12

Advanced Diploma: Project Management

Yes

Private Secretary

SL12

R 642 999

Grade 12

B-Tech:Public Relations

Yes

FINANCIAL YEAR 2016/2017

JOB TITLE

SALARY LEVEL

REMUNERATION

QUALIFICATION

JOB DESCRIPTION

OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER (DTA)

Head: Deputy Ministry

SL13

R 1 231 535

Grade 12

Hon. Theology

Yes

Administrative Secretary

SL8

R

Grade 12

Advanced Diploma: Project Management

Yes

Private Secretary

SL12

R 936 807

Grade 12

B-Tech:Public Relations

Yes

FINANCIAL YEAR 2017/2018

JOB TITLE

SALARY LEVEL

REMUNERATION

QUALIFICATION

JOB DESCRIPTION

OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER (DTA)

Head: Deputy Ministry

SL13

R 1 206 306

Grade 12

Hon. Theology

Yes

Parliamentary Officer

SL 11

R 657 558

Grade 12

Postgraduate: Municipal Executive in Financial Management

Certificate in Municipal Management

 

Administrative Secretary

SL8

R 501 385

Grade 12

Advanced Diploma: Project Management

Yes

Private Secretary

SL12

R 908,017

Grade 12

B-Tech:Public Relations

Yes

 

(a)(i)(ii)(aa)(bb)

2017/18

2016/17

2015/16

2014/15

Budget

R’000

Actual Expenditure

R’000

Budget

R’000

Actual Expenditure

R’000

Budget

R’000

Actual Expenditure

R’000

Budget

R’000

Actual Expenditure

R’000

R 7,644

R 7,159

R 7,314

R 7,305

R6,098

R6,098

R4,000

R 3,129

07 August 2018 - NW2114

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Malatsi, Mr MS to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

What number of title deeds did each metropolitan municipality hand over (a) in the (i) 2016-17 and (ii) 2017-18 financial years and (b) since 1 April 2018; (2) What number of title deeds (a) are currently outstanding in each metropolitan municipality and (b) were (i) outstanding on 3 August 2016 and (ii) handed over since 4 August 2016 in each case? NW2268E

Reply:

The information requested by the Honourable Member is not readily available in the Department. However, the Department has engaged all Metropolitan Municipalities to coordinate a collation of the required information. The information will be submitted to the Honourable Member as soon as it is available.

07 August 2018 - NW524

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Waters, Mr M to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

With reference to the reply to question 1298 on July 2017, what are the details of the latest developments with regard to the building of the school on the said land?

Reply:

The information requested by the Honourable Member is not readily available in the Department. However, the Department has engaged the Gauteng Provincial Department responsible for Local Government to obtain the relevant information from Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality. The information will be submitted to the Honourable Member as soon as it is available.

30 July 2018 - NW1223

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Groenewald, Dr PJ to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

(1)With reference to the reply to question 2436 on 13 November 2017, whether his department has received the information; if not, (a) why not and (b) by what date will the information be available; if so, what number of senior traditional leaders is currently recognised by Government as senior traditional leaders; (2) what amount has each senior traditional leader received in remuneration in each year since 1 January 2012; (3) (a) what (i) movable and (ii) immovable benefits did each senior traditional leader receive in each specified year and (b) what did the costs amount to in each case; (4) whether he will make a statement on the matter?

Reply:

The Honourable Member is requested to note that the Department has not received the said information from provinces. However, a reminder to submit the outstanding information on movable and immovable benefits with the associated costs that each senior traditional leader and king received was forwarded to the Kwa-Zulu Natal, Limpopo and Mpumalanga Provinces. The information will be provided to the Honourable Member as soon as it becomes available.

30 July 2018 - NW1224

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Groenewald, Dr PJ to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

(1)With reference to the reply to question 2435 on 13 November 2017, whether his department has received the information; if not, (a) why not and (b) by what date will the information actually be available; if so, what number of tribal chiefs is currently recognised by the Government as traditional leaders; (2) what amount has each specified tribal chief received in remuneration in each year since 1 January 2012; (3) (a) what (i) movable and (ii) immovable benefits did each specified tribal chief reveived in each specified year and (b) what did the costs amount to in each case; (4) whether he will make a statement on the matter?

Reply:

The Honourable Member is requested to note that the Department has not received the said information from provinces. However, a reminder to submit the outstanding information on movable and immovable benefits with the associated costs that each senior traditional leader and king received was forwarded to the Kwa-Zulu Natal, Limpopo and Mpumalanga Provinces. The information will be provided to the Honourable Member as soon as it becomes available.

30 July 2018 - NW1313

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Groenewald, Dr PJ to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

(1) Whether, with reference to the reply to question 3725 on 15 December 2017, his department has received the information; if not, (a) why not and (b) on what date the information will be available; if so, (2) what number of dwellings in the Lehurutshe area in North West currently (a) have running water, (b) have flush toilets and (c) still have pit toilets; (3) what steps does his department take in order to improve the conditions of residents in the specified area; (4) Whether he will make a statement on the matter?

Reply:

The information requested by the Honourable Member is not readily available in the Department. However, the Department has engaged the Municipality to obtain the relevant information. The information will be submitted to the Honourable Member as soon as it is available.

30 July 2018 - NW1225

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Groenewald, Dr PJ to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

(1)With reference to the reply to question 2434 on 13 November 2017, whether his department has received the information; if not, (a) why not and (b) by what date will the information be available; if so, (i) what number of kings is currently recognised by the Government as traditional leaders, what is the name of (i) each king and (iii) over which tribe does each specified senior traditional leader rules; (2) what amount has each specified tribal chief received in remuneration in each year since 1 January 2012; (3) (a) what (i) movable and (ii) immovable benefits each specified senior traditional leader received in each specified year and (b) what was the costs amount to in each case; (4) whether he will make a statement on the matter?

Reply:

The Honourable Member is requested to note that the Department has not received the said information from provinces. However, a reminder to submit the outstanding information on movable and immovable benefits with the associated costs that each senior traditional leader and king received was forwarded to the Kwa-Zulu Natal, Limpopo and Mpumalanga Provinces. The information will be provided to the Honourable Member as soon as it becomes available.

25 July 2018 - NW526

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Waters, Mr M to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

With reference to the reply to question 2208 on 30 October 2017, has the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Council finalised the appointment of the service provider; if not, by what date will it be done; if so, (a) what is the name of the service provider, (b) by what date will their assessment be completed and (c) what is the value of the tender?

Reply:

The appointment of a panel of service providers was finalised in September 2017.

(a) A panel of four consultants were appointed and they are:

  • EOH Consulting (Lead consultant)
  • BMK (Assessment consultant)
  • Aganang (Assessment consultant)
  • Naidu Consulting (Assessment consultant)

The assessment work for the whole City of Ekurhuleni was split amongst the three assessment consultants mentioned above.

(b) The contract is due to finish at the end of June 2019.

(c) The contract value is about R13 million excluding VAT. This was based on the fact that the consultants had each tendered on the whole City of Ekurhuleni network. After the split of the work amongst the three assessment consultants, it is expected that the contract will be R6 million excluding VAT.

25 July 2018 - NW2001

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Robinson, Ms D to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

What is the total number of title deeds that have been issued by (a) Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality, (b) City of Johannesburg and (c) City of Tshwane since 1 January 2017?

Reply:

The information was provided by the Gauteng Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs.

a) The Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality only began distributing title deeds after launching the initiative in July 2017. The total number of title deeds distributed by Ekurhuleni from July 2017 until May 2018 is 3 141.

b) The City of Johannesburg, the total number of title deeds issued from January 2017 to date is 3 741.

c) The City of Tshwane, since 1 January 2018, a total of 5 212 title deeds have been issued.

25 July 2018 - NW2077

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Van Der Walt, Ms D to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

(1) Whether the Greater Tzaneen Local Municipality obtained a loan from (a) a private company and/or (b) a private individual in the (i) 2016-17 and (ii) 2017-18 financial years and (iii) since 1 April 2018; if so, (aa) for what purpose was the loan used and (bb) what are the exact details of each loan; (2) Whether the specified company or individual received any contracts for work from the municipality since 2014; if so, what are the relevant details of each contract? NW2231E

Reply:

The response was received from Greater Tzaneen Local Municipality:

(1)No loan agreement was signed.

(2) Not Applicable

Section 45 of the MFMA states that:

(1) A municipality may incur short-term debt only in accordance with and subject to the provisions of this Act and only when necessary to bridge. (a) Shortfalls within a financial year during which the debt incurred in expectation of specific and realistic anticipated income received within that financial year or (b) Capital needs within a financial year, to be repaid from specific funds to be received from enforceable allocations or long-term debt commitments.

(2) A municipality may incur short-term debt only if, (a) a resolution of the municipal council, signed by the Mayor has approved the debt agreement and (b) the Accounting Officer has signed the agreement or other documents that create or acknowledges the debt.

(3) For the purpose of subsection (2) (a) a municipal council may, (a) approve a short-term debt transaction individually or (b) approve an agreement with a lender for a short-term credit facility to be accessed as and when required, including a line of credit or bank overdraft facility, provided that, (i) the credit limit must be specified in the resolution of the council, (ii) the terms of the agreement, including the credit limit may be changed only by a resolution of the council and (iii) if the council approves a credit facility that is limited to emergency use, the Accounting Officer must notify the council in writing as soon as the amount, duration and cost of any debt incurred in terms of such a credit facility, as well as options for repaying such debt.

25 July 2018 - NW1312

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Groenewald, Dr PJ to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

(1)(a) Which municipalities in each province did not spend their full allocations for infrastructure projects in the (i) 2013-14, (ii) 2014-15, (iii) 2015-16, (iv) 2016-17 and (v) 2017- 18 financial years and (b) what amount of the specified allocations was not rolled over to the next financial year; (2) whether he will make a statement on the matter?

Reply:

The Department of Cooperative Governance (DCOG) administers the Municipal Infrastructure Grant (MIG), the Municipal Disaster Relief Grant (MDRG) and the Municipal Disaster Recovery Grant (MDRG), which are meant for the provision, repair and maintenance of municipal infrastructure over the MTEF.

These and other grants, as depicted below, are allocated through relevant administrative departments which are also required to report expenditure figures as at the end of the municipal financial year to National Treasury in terms of the provisions set by the Division of Revenue Act. National Treasury will, in terms of Section 22(2) of the Division of Revenue Act, consider and approve roll-over applications from municipalities on registered projects, committed and unspent funds.


These Grants are:

Infrastructure Grant

Administrative department

Municipal Infrastructure Grant

Department of Cooperative Governance

Municipal Disaster Recovery Grant

 

Municipal Disaster Relief Grant

 

Neighbourhood Development Partnership Grant

National Treasury

Water Service Infrastructure Grant

Department of Water and Sanitation

Regional Bulk Infrastructure Grant

 

Integrated National Electrification Programme

Department of Energy

Urban Settlement Development Grant

Department of Human Settlements

Rural Roads Access Management System

Department of Transport

Public Transport Network Grant

 

Some of the figures for the Municipal Disaster Relief Grant (MDRG) and the Municipal Disaster Recovery Grant (MDRC) have been requested from National Treasury and is still awaited. Enclosed hereunder find the information on unspent funds pertaining to the Municipal Infrastructure Grant (MIG).

(i) 2013/14 (a) & (b)

Description

Department of Cooperative Governance

Municipalities

(a) Unspent allocations as at the end of 2013/14 (before roll-over approval)

(b) Unspent allocations as at the end of 2013/14 (after roll-over approval)

 

Municipal Infrastructure Grant
'R000

Municipal Infrastructure Grant
'R000

Eastern Cape

 

 

-

BUF

Buffalo City

 

-

NMA

Nelson Mandela

-

-

EC101

Camdeboo

-

-

EC102

Blue Crane Route

-

-

EC103

Ikwezi

-

-

EC104

Makana

-

-

EC105

Ndlambe

-

-

EC106

Sundays River Valley

-

-

EC107

Baviaans

-

-

EC108

Kouga

10,403

-

EC109

Koukamma

-

-

DC10

Cacadu District Municipality

32,531

32,531

EC121

Mbhashe

17,375

-

EC122

Mnquma

13,863

-

EC123

Great Kei

-

-

EC124

Amahlathi

-

-

EC126

Ngqushwa

5,581

882

EC127

Nkonkobe

-

-

EC128

Nxuba

2,777

2,777

DC12

Amatole District Municipality

-

-

EC131

Inxuba Yethemba

1,900

-

EC132

Tsolwana

4,255

-

EC133

Inkwanca

1

1

EC134

Lukhanji

-

-

EC135

Intsika Yethu

172

172

EC136

Emalahleni

2,263

2,263

EC137

Engcobo

-

-

EC138

Sakhisizwe

-

-

DC13

Chris Hani District Municipality

2,896

2,896

EC141

Elundini

6,677

996

EC142

Senqu

1,498

1,498

EC143

Maletswai

4,891

592

EC144

Gariep

-

-

DC14

Joe Gqabi District Municipality

15,140

-

EC153

Nquza Hills

-

-

EC154

Port St Johns

15,145

15,145

EC155

Nyandeni

-

-

EC156

Mhlontlo

-

-

EC157

King Sabata Dalindyebo

23,415

23,415

DC15

O.R. Tambo District Municipality

-

-

EC441

Matatiele

-

-

EC442

Umzimvubu

15,795

15,795

EC443

Mbizana

-

-

EC444

Ntabankulu

-

-

DC44

Alfred Nzo

-

-

Free State

 

 

-

MAN

Mangaung

-

-

FS161

Letsemeng

-

-

FS162

Kopanong

-

-

FS163

Mohokare

-

-

DC16

Xhariep District Municipality

-

-

FS181

Masilonyana

-

-

FS182

Tokologo

-

-

FS183

Tswelopele

-

-

FS184

Matjhabeng

-

-

FS185

Nala

-

-

DC18

Lejweleputswa District Municipality

-

-

FS191

Setsoto

-

-

FS192

Dihlabeng

-

-

FS193

Nketoana

-

-

FS194

Maluti-a-Phofung

-

-

FS195

Phumelela

-

-

FS196

Mantsopa

-

-

DC19

Thabo Mofutsanyana District Municipality

-

-

FS201

Moqhaka

-

-

FS203

Ngwathe

-

-

FS204

Metsimaholo

-

-

FS205

Mafube

8,621

8,621

DC20

Fezile Dabi District Municipality

-

-

Gauteng

 

 

-

EKU

Ekurhuleni

-

-

JHB

City of Johannesburg

-

-

TSH

City of Tshwane

-

-

GT421

Emfuleni

2,204

2,204

GT422

Midvaal

5,028

5,028

GT423

Lesedi

-

-

DC42

Sedibeng District Municipality

-

-

GT481

Mogale City

4,494

3,601

GT482

Randfontein

4,167

950

GT483

Westonaria

14,303

14,303

GT484

Merafong City

6,957

-

DC48

West Rand District Municipality

-

-

KwaZulu - Natal

 

 

-

ETH

eThekwini

-

-

KZN211

Vulamehlo

-

-

KZN212

Umdoni

-

-

KZN213

Umzumbe

-

-

KZN214

uMuziwabantu

322

-

KZN215

Ezinqolweni

-

-

KZN216

Hibiscus Coast

2,838

-

DC21

Ugu District Municipality

1

1

KZN221

uMshwathi

-

-

KZN222

uMngeni

-

-

KZN223

Mpofana

2,084

2,084

KZN224

Impendle

-

-

KZN225

Msunduzi

3,131

3,131

KZN226

Mkhambathini

959

-

KZN227

Richmond

-

-

DC22

uMgungundlovu District Municipality

1

1

KZN232

Emnambithi/Ladysmith

-

-

KZN233

Indaka

3,429

3,429

KZN234

Umtshezi

886

-

KZN235

Okhahlamba

-

-

KZN236

Imbabazane

-

-

DC23

Uthukela District Municipality

-

-

KZN241

Endumeni

-

-

KZN242

Nquthu

4,598

2,790

KZN244

Msinga

-

-

KZN245

Umvoti

2,025

-

DC24

Umzinyathi District Municipality

1

1

KZN252

Newcastle

-

-

KZN253

eMadlangeni

-

-

KZN254

Dannhauser

-

-

DC25

Amajuba District Municipality

1,297

1,297

KZN261

eDumbe

3,056

1,592

KZN262

uPhongolo

-

-

KZN263

Abaqulusi

3,295

3,295

KZN265

Nongoma

4,115

3,156

KZN266

Ulundi

2,651

2,651

DC26

Zululand District Municipality

-

-

KZN271

Umhlabuyalingana

1

1

KZN272

Jozini

3,577

3,577

KZN273

The Big Five False Bay

1,650

1,650

KZN274

Hlabisa

1,400

1,400

KZN275

Mtubatuba

-

-

DC27

Umkhanyakude District Municipality

-

-

KZN281

Mbonambi/Mfolozi

473

473

KZN282

uMhlathuze

-

-

KZN283

Ntambanana

 

-

KZN284

Umlalazi

-

-

KZN285

Mthonjaneni

-

-

KZN286

Nkandla

-

-

DC28

uThungulu District Municipality

1

-

KZN291

Mandeni

11,729

-

KZN292

KwaDukuza

13,638

-

KZN293

Ndwedwe

5,897

-

KZN294

Maphumulo

-

-

DC29

iLembe District Municipality

27,985

24,792

KZN431

Ingwe

1

1

KZN432

Kwa Sani

-

-

KZN433

Greater Kokstad

-

-

KZN434

Ubuhlebezwe

3,696

3,696

KZN435

Umzimkhulu

-

-

DC43

Harry Gwala (Sisonke) District Municipality

-

-

Limpopo

 

 

-

LIM331

Greater Giyani

5,113

5,113

LIM332

Greater Letaba

-

-

LIM333

Greater Tzaneen

59,977

40,758

LIM334

Ba-Phalaborwa

7,707

566

LIM335

Maruleng

9,003

3

DC33

Mopani District Municipality

54,702

54,702

LIM341

Musina

16,844

16,844

LIM343

LIM343

155,983

103,299

LIM344

Makhado

46,536

2,290

LIM345

LIM345

-

-

DC34

Vhembe District Municipality

88,859

88,859

LIM351

Blouberg

9,043

123

LIM353

Molemole

998

998

LIM354

Polokwane

242,188

106,081

LIM355

Lepelle-Nkumpi

13,546

96

DC35

Capricorn District Municipality

28,188

-

LIM361

Thabazimbi

18,709

14,540

LIM362

Lephalale

7,804

4,281

LIM366

Bela Bela

-

-

LIM367

Mogalakwena

8,408

6,836

LIM368

LIM368

-

-

DC36

Waterberg District Municipality

-

-

LIM471

Ephraim Mogale

5,861

5,861

LIM472

Elias Motsoaledi

5,370

5,370

LIM473

Makhuduthamaga

-

-

LIM476

Fetakgomo Greater Tubatse

19,835

11,296

DC47

Greater Sekhukhune District Municipality

89,743

11,151

Mpumalanga

 

 

-

MP301

Albert Luthuli

29,309

10,930

MP302

Msukaligwa

-

-

MP303

Mkhondo

-

-

MP304

Pixley Ka Seme

-

-

MP305

Lekwa

-

-

MP306

Dipaleseng

4,726

-

MP307

Govan Mbeki

-

-

DC30

Gert Sibande District Municipality

-

-

MP311

Victor Khanye

-

-

MP312

Emalahleni

33,438

33,438

MP313

Steve Tshwete

3,392

1,343

MP314

Emakhazeni

-

-

MP315

Thembisile Hani

20,707

20,707

MP316

Dr JS Moroka

-

-

DC31

Nkangala District Municipality

-

-

MP321

Thaba Chweu

-

-

MP324

Nkomazi

-

-

MP325

Bushbuckridge

-

-

MP326

City of Mbombela

146,154

34,963

DC32

Ehlanzeni District Municipality

-

-

Northern Cape

 

 

-

NC061

Richtersveld

148

148

NC062

Nama Khoi

6,663

-

NC064

Kamiesberg

6,357

6,357

NC065

Hantam

11

11

NC066

Karoo Hoogland

812

812

NC067

Khai-Ma

5,667

5,667

DC6

Namakwa District Municipality

-

-

NC071

Ubuntu

3,053

3,053

NC072

Umsobomvu

11,464

4,361

NC073

Emthanjeni

3,337

3,337

NC074

Kareeberg

1,929

1,929

NC075

Renosterberg

2

2

NC076

Thembelihle

10,248

2,098

NC077

Siyathemba

1

1

NC078

Siyancuma

12,948

5,871

DC7

Pixley Ka Seme District

-

-

NC082

!Kai! Garip

1,296

1,296

NC084

!Kheis

2,471

2,471

NC085

Tsantsabane

2,274

2,274

NC086

Kgatelopele

1,711

-

NC087

Dawid Kruiper

22,123

11,817

DC8

ZF Mgcwawu

-

-

NC091

Sol Plaatjie

1

1

NC092

Dikgatlong

5,585

1,188

NC093

Magareng

8,975

8,095

NC094

Phokwane

3,494

3,494

DC9

Frances Baard District Municipality

-

-

NC451

Moshaweng/Joe Morolong

-

-

NC452

Ga-Segonyana

1,515

-

NC453

Gamagara

5,453

5,453

DC45

John Taolo Gaetsewe District

-

-

North West

 

 

-

NW371

Moretele

-

-

NW372

Madibeng

-

-

NW373

Rustenburg

18,998

-

NW374

Kgetlengrivier

4,093

4,093

NW375

Moses Kotane

8,566

-

DC37

Bojanala Platinum District Municipality

-

-

NW381

Ratlou

8,541

-

NW382

Tswaing

19

19

NW383

Mafikeng

6,200

6,200

NW384

Ditsobotla

15,215

15,215

NW385

Ramotshere Moiloa

-

-

DC38

Ngaka Modiri Molema District

-

-

NW392

Naledi

4,162

2,362

NW393

Mamusa

8,247

8,247

NW394

Greater Taung

5,158

-

NW396

Lekwa-Teemane

6,530

6,530

NW397

Kagisano-Molopo

1,010

1,010

DC39

Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati District

1

1

NW403

City of Matlosana

21,108

10,154

NW404

Maquassi Hills

16,452

16,452

NW405

NW405 (Tlokwe/Ventersdorp)

-

-

DC40

Dr Kenneth Kaunda District

-

-

Western Cape

 

-

CPT

City of Cape Town

-

-

WC011

Matzikama

4,711

2,487

WC012

Cederberg

-

-

WC013

Bergrivier

4,856

-

WC014

Saldanha Bay

-

-

WC015

Swartland

-

-

DC1

West Coast District Municipality

-

-

WC022

Witzenberg

-

-

WC023

Drakenstein

1,243

1,243

WC024

Stellenbosch

144

144

WC025

Breede Valley

377

377

WC026

Langeberg

10,139

10,139

DC2

Cape Winelands District Municipality

4,800

4,800

WC031

Theewaterskloof

158

-

WC032

Overstrand

97

97

WC033

Cape Agulhas

18

18

WC034

Swellendam

0

0

DC3

Overberg District Municipality

-

-

WC041

Kannaland

0

0

WC042

Hessequa

9,160

9,160

WC043

Mossel bay

0

0

WC044

George

-

-

WC045

Oudtshoorn

-

-

WC047

Bitou

2

2

WC048

Knysna

-

-

DC4

Eden

-

-

WC051

Laingsburg

9

9

WC052

Prince Albert

0

0

WC053

Beaufort West

-

-

DC5

Central Karoo District Municipality

-

-

2013/14 – Municipal Disaster Recovery Grant

Roll-over 2013/14

Department of Cooperative Governance

Municipalities

Municipal Disaster Recovery Grant

 

Grants requested

  1. Amounts requested for roll-over 2013/14

Amounts approved for roll-over 2013/14

 

 

‘R000

‘R000

Municipalities

 

 

 

Eastern Cape

 

 

 

BUF

Buffalo City

 

 

NMA

Nelson Mandela

28 803

28 803

EC101

Camdeboo

 

 

EC102

Blue Crane Route

 

 

EC103

Ikwezi

 

 

EC104

Makana

7 448

6 253

EC105

Ndlambe

 

 

EC106

Sundays River Valley

266

266

EC107

Baviaans

 

 

EC108

Kouga

 

 

EC109

Koukamma

2 127

2 127

DC10

Cacadu District Municipality

 

 

EC121

Mbhashe

 

 

EC122

Mnquma

 

 

EC123

Great Kei

 

 

EC124

Amahlathi

 

 

EC126

Ngqushwa

 

 

EC127

Nkonkobe

 

 

EC128

Nxuba

 

 

DC12

Amatole District Municipality

 

 

EC131

Inxuba Yethemba

 

 

EC132

Tsolwana

 

 

EC133

Inkwanca

 

 

EC134

Lukhanji

 

 

EC135

Intsika Yethu

 

 

EC136

Emalahleni

 

 

EC137

Engcobo

 

 

EC138

Sakhisizwe

 

 

DC13

Chris Hani District Municipality

 

 

EC141

Elundini

 

 

EC142

Senqu

 

 

EC143

Maletswai

 

 

EC144

Gariep

 

 

DC14

Joe Gqabi District Municipality

 

 

EC153

Nquza Hills

 

 

EC154

Port St Johns

 

 

EC155

Nyandeni

 

 

EC156

Mhlontlo

 

 

EC157

King Sabata Dalindyebo

 

 

DC15

O.R. Tambo District Municipality

 

 

EC441

Matatiele

 

 

EC442

Umzimvubu

 

 

EC443

Mbizana

 

 

EC444

Ntabankulu

 

 

DC44

Alfred Nzo

 

 

Total EC

 

38 644

37 449

Free State

 

 

 

MAN

Mangaung

 

 

FS161

Letsemeng

 

 

FS162

Kopanong

 

 

FS163

Mohokare

 

 

FS164

Naledi

 

 

DC16

Xhariep District Municipality

 

 

FS181

Masilonyana

 

 

FS182

Tokologo

 

 

FS183

Tswelopele

 

 

FS184

Matjhabeng

 

 

FS185

Nala

 

 

DC18

Lejweleputswa District Municipality

 

 

FS191

Setsoto

 

 

FS192

Dihlabeng

 

 

FS193

Nketoana

 

 

FS194

Maluti-a-Phofung

 

 

FS195

Phumelela

 

 

FS196

Mantsopa

 

 

DC19

Thabo Mofutsanyana District Municipality

 

 

FS201

Moqhaka

 

 

FS203

Ngwathe

 

 

FS204

Metsimaholo

 

 

FS205

Mafube

 

 

DC20

Fezile Dabi District Municipality

 

 

Total FS

 

-

-

Gauteng

 

 

 

EKU

Ekurhuleni

 

 

JHB

City of Johannesburg

 

 

TSH

City of Tshwane

 

 

GT421

Emfuleni

 

 

GT422

Midvaal

 

 

GT423

Lesedi

 

 

DC42

Sedibeng District Municipality

 

 

GT481

Mogale City

 

 

GT482

Randfontein

 

 

GT483

Westonaria

 

 

GT484

Merafong City

 

 

DC48

West Rand District Municipality

 

 

Total GT

 

-

-

KwaZulu - Natal

 

 

 

ETH

 

 

KZN211

Vulamehlo

 

 

KZN212

Umdoni

 

 

KZN213

Umzumbe

 

 

KZN214

uMuziwabantu

 

 

KZN215

Ezinqolweni

 

 

KZN216

Hibiscus Coast

 

 

DC21

Ugu District Municipality

873

 

KZN221

uMshwathi

 

 

KZN222

uMngeni

377

377

KZN223

Mpofana

 

 

KZN224

Impendle

 

 

KZN225

Msunduzi

 

 

KZN226

Mkhambathini

16

16

KZN227

Richmond

197

197

DC22

uMgungundlovu District Municipality

 

 

KZN232

Emnambithi/Ladysmith

 

 

KZN233

Indaka

 

 

KZN234

Umtshezi

 

 

KZN235

Okhahlamba

 

 

KZN236

Imbabazane

 

 

DC23

Uthukela District Municipality

 

 

KZN241

Endumeni

 

 

KZN242

Nquthu

 

 

KZN244

Msinga

 

 

KZN245

Umvoti

 

 

DC24

Umzinyathi District Municipality

 

 

KZN252

Newcastle

 

 

KZN253

eMadlangeni

 

 

KZN254

Dannhauser

 

 

DC25

Amajuba District Municipality

645

 

KZN261

eDumbe

 

 

KZN262

uPhongolo

 

 

KZN263

Abaqulusi

 

 

KZN265

Nongoma

 

 

KZN266

Ulundi

277

 

DC26

Zululand District Municipality

 

 

KZN271

Umhlabuyalingana

 

 

KZN272

Jozini

 

 

KZN273

The Big Five False Bay

 

 

KZN274

Hlabisa

 

 

KZN275

Mtubatuba

 

 

DC27

Umkhanyakude District Municipality

 

 

KZN281

Mbonambi/Mfolozi

 

 

KZN282

uMhlathuze

 

 

KZN283

Ntambanana

 

 

KZN284

Umlalazi

 

 

KZN285

Mthonjaneni

 

 

KZN286

Nkandla

 

 

DC28

uThungulu District Municipality

138

138

KZN291

Mandeni

 

 

KZN292

KwaDukuza

 

 

KZN293

Ndwedwe

 

 

KZN294

Maphumulo

 

 

DC29

iLembe District Municipality

141

141

KZN431

Ingwe

 

 

KZN432

Kwa Sani

 

 

KZN433

Greater Kokstad

 

 

KZN434

Ubuhlebezwe

 

 

KZN435

Umzimkhulu

 

 

DC43

Harry Gwala (Sisonke) District Municipality

 

 

Total KZN

 

2 664

869

Limpopo

 

 

 

LIM331

Greater Giyani

 

 

LIM332

Greater Letaba

346

241

LIM333

Greater Tzaneen

 

 

LIM334

Ba-Phalaborwa

 

 

LIM335

Maruleng

 

 

DC33

Mopani District Municipality

 

 

LIM341

Musina

 

 

LIM342

Mutale

 

 

LIM343

Thulamela

 

 

LIM344

Makhado

9

9

DC34

Vhembe District Municipality

 

 

LIM351

Blouberg

 

 

LIM352

Aganang

 

 

LIM353

Molemole

317

 

 

Polokwane

 

 

LIM355

Lepelle-Nkumpi

 

 

DC35

Capricorn District Municipality

517

517

LIM361

Thabazimbi

 

 

LIM362

Lephalale

 

 

LIM364

Mookgopong

 

 

LIM365

Modimolle

 

 

LIM366

Bela Bela

 

 

-

Mogalakwena

1 573

 

DC36

Waterberg District Municipality

 

 

LIM471

Ephraim Mogale

222

 

LIM472

Elias Motsoaledi

 

 

LIM473

Makhuduthamaga

 

 

LIM474

Fetakgomo

 

 

LIM475

Greater Tubatse

 

 

DC47

Greater Sekhukhune District Municipality

 

 

Total LIM

 

2 984

767

Mpumalanga

 

 

 

MP301

Albert Luthuli

 

 

MP302

Msukaligwa

 

 

MP303

Mkhondo

 

 

MP304

Pixley Ka Seme

177

177

MP305

Lekwa

 

 

MP306

Dipaleseng

 

 

MP307

Govan Mbeki

 

 

DC30

Gert Sibande District Municipality

 

 

MP311

Victor Khanye

 

 

MP312

Emalahleni

 

 

MP313

Steve Tshwete

 

 

MP314

Emakhazeni

 

 

MP315

Thembisile Hani

 

 

MP316

Dr JS Moroka

 

 

DC31

Nkangala District Municipality

 

 

MP321

Thaba Chweu

 

 

MP322

Mbombela

74

74

MP323

Umjindi

 

 

MP324

Nkomazi

 

 

MP325

Bushbuckridge

 

 

DC32

Ehlanzeni District Municipality

 

 

Total MP

 

251

251

Northern Cape

 

 

 

NC061

Richtersveld

 

 

NC062

Nama Khoi

 

 

NC064

Kamiesberg

 

 

NC065

Hantam

 

 

NC066

Karoo Hoogland

 

 

NC067

Khai-Ma

 

 

DC6

Namakwa District Municipality

50

 

NC071

Ubuntu

 

 

NC072

Umsobomvu

 

 

NC073

Emthanjeni

 

 

NC074

Kareeberg

 

 

NC075

Renosterberg

 

 

NC076

Thembelihle

 

 

NC077

Siyathemba

 

 

NC078

Siyancuma

 

 

DC7

Pixley Ka Seme District

 

 

NC081

Mier

 

 

NC082

!Kai! Garip

 

 

NC083

//Khara Hais

 

 

NC084

!Kheis

 

 

NC085

Tsantsabane

 

 

NC086

Kgatelopele

 

 

DC8

ZF Mgcwawu (Siyanda)

 

 

NC091

Sol Plaatjie

 

 

NC092

Dikgatlong

 

 

NC093

Magareng

 

 

NC094

Phokwane

 

 

DC9

Frances Baard District Municipality

 

 

NC451

Moshaweng/Joe Morolong

 

 

NC452

Ga-Segonyana

 

 

NC453

Gamagara

 

 

DC45

John Taolo Gaetsewe District

 

 

Total NC

50

-

North West

 

 

 

NW371

Moretele

 

 

NW372

Madibeng

 

 

NW373

Rustenburg

 

 

NW374

Kgetlengrivier

 

 

NW375

Moses Kotane

 

 

DC37

Bojanala Platinum District Municipality

 

 

NW381

Ratlou

 

 

NW382

Tswaing

 

 

NW383

Mafikeng

 

 

NW384

Ditsobotla

 

 

NW385

Ramotshere Moiloa

 

 

DC38

Ngaka Modiri Molema District

 

 

NW392

Naledi

 

 

NW393

Mamusa

 

 

NW394

Greater Taung

 

 

NW396

Lekwa-Teemane

 

 

NW397

Kagisano-Molopo

 

 

DC39

Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati District

 

 

NW401

Ventersdorp

 

 

NW402

Tlokwe

 

 

NW403

City of Matlosana

 

 

NW404

Maquassi Hills

 

 

DC40

Dr Kenneth Kaunda District

 

 

Total NW

 

-

-

Western Cape

 

 

 

CPT

City of Cape Town

 

 

WC011

Matzikama

 

 

WC012

Cederberg

 

 

WC013

Bergrivier

 

 

WC014

Saldanha Bay

 

 

WC015

Swartland

 

 

DC1

West Coast District Municipality

 

 

WC022

Witzenberg

 

 

WC023

Drakenstein

 

 

WC024

Stellenbosch

 

 

WC025

Breede Valley

 

 

WC026

Langeberg

 

 

DC2

Cape Winelands District Municipality

 

 

WC031

Theewaterskloof

 

 

WC032

Overstrand

 

 

WC033

Cape Agulhas

 

 

WC034

Swellendam

 

 

DC3

Overberg District Municipality

 

 

WC041

Kannaland

 

 

WC042

Hessequa

 

 

WC043

Mossel bay

 

 

WC044

George

 

 

WC045

Oudtshoorn

 

 

WC047

Bitou

 

 

WC048

Knysna

 

 

DC4

Eden

329

329

WC051

Laingsburg

 

 

WC052

Prince Albert

 

 

WC053

Beaufort West

 

 

DC5

Central Karoo District Municipality

 

 

Total WC

 

329

329

Total

 

44 922

39 665

       
       

(ii) 2014/15 (a) & (b)

Description

Department of Cooperative Governance

Municipalities

(a) Unspent allocations as at the end of 2014/15 (before roll-over approval)

(b) Unspent allocations as at the end of 2014/15 (after roll-over approval)

 

Municipal Infrastructure Grant
'R000

Municipal Infrastructure Grant
'R000

 

'R000

'R000

Eastern Cape

 

 

-

BUF

Buffalo City

-

-

NMA

Nelson Mandela Bay

-

-

EC101

Camdeboo

-

-

EC102

Blue Crane Route

9,365

9,365

EC103

Ikwezi

1,727

1,727

EC104

Makana

-

-

EC105

Ndlambe

5,492

1,097

EC106

Sundays River Valley

2,559

-

EC107

Baviaans

-

-

EC108

Kouga

1

1

EC109

Koukamma

-

-

DC10

Sarah Baartman District Municipality

14,409

-

EC121

Mbhashe

16,094

16,094

EC122

Mnquma

2,708

-

EC123

Great Kei

20,041

41

EC124

Amahlathi

11,482

6,482

EC126

Ngqushwa

-

-

EC127

Nkonkobe

10,147

6,295

EC128

Nxuba

3,495

3,495

DC12

Amatole District Municipality

-

-

EC131

Inxuba Yethemba

5,777

5,777

EC132

Tsolwana

8,172

8,172

EC133

Inkwanca

944

944

EC134

Lukhanji

5,637

193

EC135

Intsika Yethu

-

-

EC136

Emalahleni

4

4

EC137

Engcobo

3,640

3,640

EC138

Sakhisizwe

413

-

DC13

Chris Hani District Municipality

855

855

EC141

Elundini

1,756

1,514

EC142

Senqu

6,120

284

EC143

Maletswai

-

-

EC144

Gariep

2,164

2,164

DC14

Joe Gqabi District Municipality

-

-

EC153

Nquza Hills

4,333

4,333

EC154

Port St Johns

-

-

EC155

Nyandeni

-

-

EC156

Mhlontlo

-

-

EC157

King Sabata Dalindyebo

37,737

37,737

DC15

O.R. Tambo District Municipality

-

-

EC441

Matatiele

767

767

EC442

Umzimvubu

21,718

21,718

EC443

Mbizana

-

-

EC444

Ntabankulu

-

-

DC44

Alfred Nzo

-

-

Free State

 

 

-

MAN

Mangaung

-

-

FS161

Letsemeng

2,370

-

FS162

Kopanong

1,763

-

FS163

Mohokare

7,417

6,472

DC16

Xhariep District Municipality

-

-

FS181

Masilonyana

8,945

-

FS182

Tokologo

-

-

FS183

Tswelopele

9,839

3,439

FS184

Matjhabeng

-

-

FS185

Nala

-

-

DC18

Lejweleputswa District Municipality

-

-

FS191

Setsoto

-

-

FS192

Dihlabeng

-

-

FS193

Nketoana

-

-

FS194

Maluti-a-Phofung

18,763

18,763

FS195

Phumelela

-

-

FS196

Mantsopa

2,983

2,983

DC19

Thabo Mofutsanyana District Municipality

-

-

FS201

Moqhaka

-

-

FS203

Ngwathe

5,539

5,539

FS204

Metsimaholo

-

-

FS205

Mafube

8,831

8,831

DC20

Fezile Dabi District Municipality

-

-

Gauteng

 

 

-

EKU

Ekurhuleni

-

-

JHB

City of Johannesburg

-

-

TSH

City of Tshwane

-

-

GT421

Emfuleni

4,694

4,694

GT422

Midvaal

-

-

GT423

Lesedi

3,434

-

DC42

Sedibeng District Municipality

-

-

GT481

Mogale City

2,783

2,783

GT482

Randfontein

4,244

4,244

GT483

Westonaria

3,779

3,779

GT484

Merafong City

-

-

DC48

West Rand District Municipality

-

-

KwaZulu - Natal

 

 

-

ETH

eThekwini

-

-

KZN211

Vulamehlo

3,943

3,943

KZN212

Umdoni

-

-

KZN213

Umzumbe

-

-

KZN214

uMuziwabantu

2,980

680

KZN215

Ezinqolweni

2,980

2,838

KZN216

Hibiscus Coast

2,181

8

DC21

Ugu District Municipality

-

-

KZN221

uMshwathi

-

-

KZN222

uMngeni

1,567

1,567

KZN223

Mpofana

890

890

KZN224

Impendle

-

-

KZN225

Msunduzi

5,561

5,561

KZN226

Mkhambathini

1,058

1,058

KZN227

Richmond

3,908

1,228

DC22

uMgungundlovu District Municipality

-

-

KZN232

Emnambithi/Ladysmith

-

-

KZN233

Indaka

8,918

1,815

KZN234

Umtshezi

-

-

KZN235

Okhahlamba

-

-

KZN236

Imbabazane

-

-

DC23

Uthukela District Municipality

-

-

KZN241

Endumeni

-

-

KZN242

Nquthu

-

-

KZN244

Msinga

-

-

KZN245

Umvoti

-

-

DC24

Umzinyathi District Municipality

-

-

KZN252

Newcastle

-

-

KZN253

eMadlangeni

-

-

KZN254

Dannhauser

-

-

DC25

Amajuba District Municipality

30

30

KZN261

eDumbe

3,359

3,359

KZN262

uPhongolo

8,207

8,207

KZN263

Abaqulusi

-

-

KZN265

Nongoma

9,783

3

KZN266

Ulundi

2,738

2,738

DC26

Zululand District Municipality

-

-

KZN271

Umhlabuyalingana

-

-

KZN272

Jozini

10,544

5,768

KZN273

The Big Five False Bay

-

-

KZN274

Hlabisa

1,241

1,241

KZN275

Mtubatuba

-

-

DC27

Umkhanyakude District Municipality

47,502

35,228

KZN281

Mbonambi/Mfolozi

836

-

KZN282

uMhlathuze

-

-

KZN283

Ntambanana

-

-

KZN284

Umlalazi

-

-

KZN285

Mthonjaneni

-

-

KZN286

Nkandla

1,367

1,367

DC28

uThungulu District Municipality

-

-

KZN291

Mandeni

-

-

KZN292

KwaDukuza

-

-

KZN293

Ndwedwe

673

673

KZN294

Maphumulo

3,948

-

DC29

iLembe District Municipality

17,056

17,056

KZN431

Ingwe

-

-

KZN432

Kwa Sani

-

-

KZN433

Greater Kokstad

-

-

KZN434

Ubuhlebezwe

7,008

7,008

KZN435

Umzimkhulu

-

-

DC43

Harry Gwala (Sisonke) District Municipality

-

-

Limpopo

 

 

-

LIM331

Greater Giyani

3

3

LIM332

Greater Letaba

10,941

1,184

LIM333

Greater Tzaneen

43,450

764

LIM334

Ba-Phalaborwa

4,398

4,398

LIM335

Maruleng

4,981

500

DC33

Mopani District Municipality

91,876

43,465

LIM341

Musina

18,943

11,728

LIM342

Mutale

-

-

LIM343

Thulamela

126,460

106,581

LIM344

Makhado

41,954

41,954

DC34

Vhembe District Municipality

136,819

116,819

LIM351

Blouberg

9,241

4,241

LIM353

Molemole

315

-

LIM354

Polokwane

3,900

-

LIM355

Lepelle-Nkumpi

51,106

27,806

DC35

Capricorn District Municipality

-

-

LIM361

Thabazimbi

11,117

7,793

LIM362

Lephalale

291

291

LIM364

Mookgopong

27,340

26,517

LIM365

Modimolle

-

-

LIM366

Bela Bela

-

-

LIM367

Mogalakwena

54,600

54,600

DC36

Waterberg District Municipality

-

-

LIM471

Ephraim Mogale

3,112

-

LIM472

Elias Motsoaledi

19,238

5,152

LIM473

Makhuduthamaga

5,661

5,661

LIM474

Fetakgomo

11,249

11,249

LIM475

Greater Tubatse

34,958

889

DC47

Greater Sekhukhune District Municipality

155,946

103,946

Mpumalanga

 

 

-

MP301

Albert Luthuli

-

-

MP302

Msukaligwa

10,812

10,812

MP303

Mkhondo

-

-

MP304

Pixley Ka Seme

-

-

MP305

Lekwa

243

243

MP306

Dipaleseng

13,136

2,136

MP307

Govan Mbeki

-

-

DC30

Gert Sibande District Municipality

-

-

MP311

Victor Khanye

2,086

2,086

MP312

Emalahleni

4,896

4,896

MP313

Steve Tshwete

1,548

1,548

MP314

Emakhazeni

30

30

MP315

Thembisile Hani

-

-

MP316

Dr JS Moroka

5,052

-

DC31

Nkangala District Municipality

-

-

MP321

Thaba Chweu

12,159

3,162

MP324

Nkomazi

66,390

66,390

MP325

Bushbuckridge

76,330

44,095

MP326

City of Mbombela

39,932

37,472

DC32

Ehlanzeni District Municipality

-

-

Northern Cape

 

 

-

NC061

Richtersveld

901

901

NC062

Nama Khoi

13,716

13,716

NC064

Kamiesberg

385

2

NC065

Hantam

-

-

NC066

Karoo Hoogland

-

-

NC067

Khai-Ma

1

1

DC6

Namakwa District Municipality

-

-

NC071

Ubuntu

-

-

NC072

Umsobomvu

2,725

-

NC073

Emthanjeni

-

-

NC074

Kareeberg

-

-

NC075

Renosterberg

-

-

NC076

Thembelihle

9,544

9,544

NC077

Siyathemba

-

-

NC078

Siyancuma

4,643

4,643

DC7

Pixley Ka Seme District

-

-

NC082

!Kai! Garip

5,924

4,855

NC084

!Kheis

-

-

NC085

Tsantsabane

5,826

5,826

NC086

Kgatelopele

-

-

NC087

Dawid Kruiper

-

-

DC8

ZF Mgcwawu

-

-

NC091

Sol Plaatjie

-

-

NC092

Dikgatlong

10,375

10,375

NC093

Magareng

9,260

5,866

NC094

Phokwane

2

2

DC9

Frances Baard District Municipality

-

-

NC451

Moshaweng/Joe Morolong

3

3

NC452

Ga-Segonyana

8,425

8,425

NC453

Gamagara

743

743

DC45

John Taolo Gaetsewe District

-

-

North West

 

 

-

NW371

Moretele

2,227

2,227

NW372

Madibeng

0

0

NW373

Rustenburg

281

281

NW374

Kgetlengrivier

5,590

4,649

NW375

Moses Kotane

2,205

131

DC37

Bojanala Platinum District Municipality

-

-

NW381

Ratlou

1

1

NW382

Tswaing

10,209

10,209

NW383

Mafikeng

0

0

NW384

Ditsobotla

-

-

NW385

Ramotshere Moiloa

20,140

3,501

DC38

Ngaka Modiri Molema District

99,207

99,207

NW392

Naledi

13,230

12,269

NW393

Mamusa

-

-

NW394

Greater Taung

46,878

46,878

NW396

Lekwa-Teemane

-

-

NW397

Kagisano-Molopo

-

-

DC39

Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati District

18,332

6,332

NW403

City of Matlosana

20,125

20,125

NW404

Maquassi Hills

320

320

NW405

NW405 (Tlokwe/Ventersdorp)

-

-

DC40

Dr Kenneth Kaunda District

-

-

Western Cape

 

-

CPT

City of Cape Town

-

-

WC011

Matzikama

-

-

WC012

Cederberg

-

-

WC013

Bergrivier

1,585

1,585

WC014

Saldanha Bay

1

1

WC015

Swartland

1

1

DC1

West Coast District Municipality

-

-

WC022

Witzenberg

0

0

WC023

Drakenstein

0

0

WC024

Stellenbosch

1

1

WC025

Breede Valley

0

0

WC026

Langeberg

10,724

10,724

DC2

Cape Winelands District Municipality

-

-

WC031

Theewaterskloof

41

41

WC032

Overstrand

-

-

WC033

Cape Agulhas

-

-

WC034

Swellendam

1

1

DC3

Overberg District Municipality

-

-

WC041

Kannaland

9,927

9,927

WC042

Hessequa

16,459

13,404

WC043

Mossel bay

-

-

WC044

George

-

-

WC045

Oudtshoorn

3,884

3,884

WC047

Bitou

-

-

WC048

Knysna

371

0

DC4

Eden

-

-

WC051

Laingsburg

-

-

WC052

Prince Albert

1

1

WC053

Beaufort West

-

-

DC5

Central Karoo District Municipality

-

-

(iii) 2015/16 (a) & (b)

Municipalities

(a) Unspent allocations as at the end of 2015/16 (before roll-over approval)

(b) Unspent allocations as at the end of 2015/16 (after roll-over approval)

 

Municipal Infrastructure Grant
'R000

Municipal Infrastructure Grant
'R000

 

'R000

'R000

Eastern Cape

 

 

-

BUF

Buffalo City

-

-

NMA

Nelson Mandela Bay

-

-

EC101

Camdeboo

-

-

EC102

Blue Crane Route

7,000

1,288

EC103

Ikwezi

3,942

3,942

EC104

Makana

-

-

EC105

Ndlambe

-

-

EC106

Sundays River Valley

-

-

EC107

Baviaans

1,063

1,063

EC108

Kouga

-

-

EC109

Koukamma

117

117

DC10

Sarah Baartman District Municipality

12,186

3,946

EC121

Mbhashe

-

-

EC122

Mnquma

5,998

5,998

EC123

Great Kei

2,359

2,359

EC124

Amahlathi

4,324

4,324

EC126

Ngqushwa

87

87

EC127

Nkonkobe

7,495

5,495

EC128

Nxuba

547

547

DC12

Amatole District Municipality

16,530

16,530

EC131

Inxuba Yethemba

2,631

2,631

EC132

Tsolwana

5,800

2,103

EC133

Inkwanca

8,961

8,961

EC134

Lukhanji

18,247

13,708

EC135

Intsika Yethu

2,695

2,695

EC136

Emalahleni

336

336

EC137

Engcobo

4,430

4,430

EC138

Sakhisizwe

1,853

1,853

DC13

Chris Hani District Municipality

5,922

5,922

EC141

Elundini

-

-

EC142

Senqu

-

-

EC143

Maletswai

-

-

EC144

Gariep

 

-

DC14

Joe Gqabi District Municipality

-

-

EC153

Nquza Hills

-

-

EC154

Port St Johns

-

-

EC155

Nyandeni

-

-

EC156

Mhlontlo

-

-

EC157

King Sabata Dalindyebo

-

-

DC15

O.R. Tambo District Municipality

-

-

EC441

Matatiele

-

-

EC442

Umzimvubu

-

-

EC443

Mbizana

-

-

EC444

Ntabankulu

-

-

DC44

Alfred Nzo

18,135

18,135

Free State

 

 

-

MAN

Mangaung

-

-

FS161

Letsemeng

5,247

5,247

FS162

Kopanong

1,061

149

FS163

Mohokare

-

-

DC16

Xhariep District Municipality

-

-

FS181

Masilonyana

9,880

9,880

FS182

Tokologo

2,000

2,000

FS183

Tswelopele

5,757

5,757

FS184

Matjhabeng

-

-

FS185

Nala

-

-

DC18

Lejweleputswa District Municipality

-

-

FS191

Setsoto

-

-

FS192

Dihlabeng

-

-

FS193

Nketoana

-

-

FS194

Maluti-a-Phofung

-

-

FS195

Phumelela

-

-

FS196

Mantsopa

-

-

DC19

Thabo Mofutsanyana District Municipality

-

-

FS201

Moqhaka

-

-

FS203

Ngwathe

317

317

FS204

Metsimaholo

-

-

FS205

Mafube

9,206

9,206

DC20

Fezile Dabi District Municipality

9,351

9,351

Gauteng

 

 

-

EKU

Ekurhuleni

-

-

JHB

City of Johannesburg

-

-

TSH

City of Tshwane

-

-

GT421

Emfuleni

45,380

45,380

GT422

Midvaal

6,791

6,791

GT423

Lesedi

-

-

DC42

Sedibeng District Municipality

-

-

GT481

Mogale City

22,258

13,895

GT482

Randfontein

1,488

1,488

GT483

Westonaria

5,377

5,377

GT484

Merafong City

4,235

4,235

DC48

West Rand District Municipality

-

-

KwaZulu - Natal

 

 

-

ETH

eThekwini

-

-

KZN211

Vulamehlo

4,779

4,779

KZN212

Umdoni

873

572

KZN213

Umzumbe

-

-

KZN214

uMuziwabantu

-

-

KZN215

Ezinqolweni

 

-

KZN216

Hibiscus Coast

 

-

DC21

Ugu District Municipality

-

-

KZN221

uMshwathi

1

1

KZN222

uMngeni

8,016

8,016

KZN223

Mpofana

4,000

4,000

KZN224

Impendle

5,000

5,000

KZN225

Msunduzi

6,069

6,069

KZN226

Mkhambathini

13

13

KZN227

Richmond

7,000

4,883

DC22

uMgungundlovu District Municipality

-

-

KZN232

Emnambithi/Ladysmith

-

-

KZN233

Indaka

-

-

KZN234

Umtshezi

-

-

KZN235

Okhahlamba

-

-

KZN236

Imbabazane

-

-

DC23

Uthukela District Municipality

-

-

KZN241

Endumeni

2,039

1,755

KZN242

Nquthu

5,000

5,000

KZN244

Msinga

-

-

KZN245

Umvoti

-

-

DC24

Umzinyathi District Municipality

21,000

8,032

KZN252

Newcastle

-

-

KZN253

eMadlangeni

2,000

2,000

KZN254

Dannhauser

-

-

DC25

Amajuba District Municipality

-

-

KZN261

eDumbe

-

-

KZN262

uPhongolo

-

-

KZN263

Abaqulusi

4,000

4,000

KZN265

Nongoma

-

-

KZN266

Ulundi

4,000

4,000

DC26

Zululand District Municipality

-

-

KZN271

Umhlabuyalingana

-

-

KZN272

Jozini

995

-

KZN273

The Big Five False Bay

-

-

KZN274

Hlabisa

-

-

KZN275

Mtubatuba

2,480

2,480

DC27

Umkhanyakude District Municipality

-

-

KZN281

Mbonambi/Mfolozi

6,155

6,155

KZN282

uMhlathuze

1

1

KZN283

Ntambanana

-

-

KZN284

Umlalazi

-

-

KZN285

Mthonjaneni

-

-

KZN286

Nkandla

1

1

DC28

uThungulu District Municipality

1

1

KZN291

Mandeni

-

-

KZN292

KwaDukuza

7,000

7,000

KZN293

Ndwedwe

3,031

3,031

KZN294

Maphumulo

1,960

1,960

DC29

iLembe District Municipality

-

-

KZN431

Ingwe

5,134

2,293

KZN432

Kwa Sani

 

-

KZN433

Greater Kokstad

-

-

KZN434

Ubuhlebezwe

-

-

KZN435

Umzimkhulu

6,000

6,000

DC43

Harry Gwala (Sisonke) District Municipality

7,000

7,000

Limpopo

 

 

-

LIM331

Greater Giyani

-

-

LIM332

Greater Letaba

-

-

LIM333

Greater Tzaneen

84

84

LIM334

Ba-Phalaborwa

-

-

LIM335

Maruleng

17,009

-

DC33

Mopani District Municipality

116,013

116,013

LIM341

Musina

14,318

14,318

LIM343

Thulamela

132,820

105,205

LIM344

Makhado

59,208

7,736

LIM345

Makhado-Thulamela

-

-

DC34

Vhembe District Municipality

79,592

79,592

LIM351

Blouberg

24,449

24,449

LIM353

Molemole

2,859

2,859

LIM354

Polokwane

275,800

275,800

LIM355

Lepelle-Nkumpi

26,755

26,755

DC35

Capricorn District Municipality

1

1

LIM361

Thabazimbi

-

-

LIM362

Lephalale

19,136

1,418

LIM366

Bela Bela

36,940

-

LIM367

Mogalakwena

28,526

28,526

LIM368

Modimolle-Mookgopong

-

-

DC36

Waterberg District Municipality

74,172

20,342

LIM471

Ephraim Mogale

8,407

-

LIM472

Elias Motsoaledi

328

328

LIM473

Makhuduthamaga

14,118

11,418

LIM476

Fetakgomo-Greater Tubatse

37,109

37,109

DC47

Greater Sekhukhune District Municipality

13,136

13,136

Mpumalanga

 

 

-

MP301

Albert Luthuli

-

-

MP302

Msukaligwa

-

-

MP303

Mkhondo

-

-

MP304

Pixley Ka Seme

1,649

1,649

MP305

Lekwa

-

-

MP306

Dipaleseng

8,873

8,873

MP307

Govan Mbeki

957

-

DC30

Gert Sibande District Municipality

-

-

MP311

Victor Khanye

695

695

MP312

Emalahleni

-

-

MP313

Steve Tshwete

940

940

MP314

Emakhazeni

37

37

MP315

Thembisile Hani

15

15

MP316

Dr JS Moroka

5,697

5,697

DC31

Nkangala District Municipality

-

-

MP321

Thaba Chweu

-

-

MP324

Nkomazi

-

-

MP325

Bushbuckridge

-

-

MP326

City of Mbombela

37,295

15,642

DC32

Ehlanzeni District Municipality

-

-

Northern Cape

 

 

-

NC061

Richtersveld

533

533

NC062

Nama Khoi

381

381

NC064

Kamiesberg

2,503

2,503

NC065

Hantam

118

118

NC066

Karoo Hoogland

-

-

NC067

Khai-Ma

4,480

4,480

DC6

Namakwa District Municipality

-

-

NC071

Ubuntu

4,349

4,349

NC072

Umsobomvu

2,779

2,779

NC073

Emthanjeni

4,134

4,134

NC074

Kareeberg

-

-

NC075

Renosterberg

3,244

3,244

NC076

Thembelihle

2,316

2,316

NC077

Siyathemba

3,386

1,264

NC078

Siyancuma

3,011

3,011

DC7

Pixley Ka Seme District

-

-

NC082

!Kai! Garip

451

451

NC084

!Kheis

39

39

NC085

Tsantsabane

1

1

NC086

Kgatelopele

2,479

2,479

NC087

Dawid Kruiper

11,143

7,967

DC8

ZF Mgcwawu

-

-

NC091

Sol Plaatjie

2,698

2,698

NC092

Dikgatlong

-

-

NC093

Magareng

2,816

2,816

NC094

Phokwane

-

-

DC9

Frances Baard District Municipality

-

-

NC451

Moshaweng/Joe Morolong

1,993

1,993

NC452

Ga-Segonyana

-

-

NC453

Gamagara

4,311

4,311

DC45

John Taolo Gaetsewe District

-

-

North West

 

 

-

NW371

Moretele

-

-

NW372

Madibeng

-

-

NW373

Rustenburg

-

-

NW374

Kgetlengrivier

-

-

NW375

Moses Kotane

9,277

-

DC37

Bojanala Platinum District Municipality

-

-

NW381

Ratlou

-

-

NW382

Tswaing

6,452

6,452

NW383

Mafikeng

-

-

NW384

Ditsobotla

12,193

12,193

NW385

Ramotshere Moiloa

-

-

DC38

Ngaka Modiri Molema District

89,438

89,438

NW392

Naledi

8,028

-

NW393

Mamusa

476

476

NW394

Greater Taung

-

-

NW396

Lekwa-Teemane

0

0

NW397

Kagisano-Molopo

14,717

14,717

DC39

Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati District

0

0

NW403

City of Matlosana

6,141

0

NW404

Maquassi Hills

57,367

53,422

NW405

NW405 (Tlokwe/Ventersdorp)

-

-

DC40

Dr Kenneth Kaunda District

-

-

Western Cape

 

-

CPT

City of Cape Town

-

-

WC011

Matzikama

-

-

WC012

Cederberg

-

-

WC013

Bergrivier

285

-

WC014

Saldanha Bay

-

-

WC015

Swartland

-

-

DC1

West Coast District Municipality

-

-

WC022

Witzenberg

3,500

-

WC023

Drakenstein

-

-

WC024

Stellenbosch

-

-

WC025

Breede Valley

-

-

WC026

Langeberg

12,068

12,068

DC2

Cape Winelands District Municipality

-

-

WC031

Theewaterskloof

5

5

WC032

Overstrand

-

-

WC033

Cape Agulhas

-

-

WC034

Swellendam

595

569

DC3

Overberg District Municipality

-

-

WC041

Kannaland

2,198

563

WC042

Hessequa

13,332

9,874

WC043

Mossel bay

3

3

WC044

George

-

-

WC045

Oudtshoorn

4,866

1

WC047

Bitou

-

-

WC048

Knysna

6,440

1,081

DC4

Eden

-

-

WC051

Laingsburg

2,285

694

WC052

Prince Albert

2,764

83

WC053

Beaufort West

1,605

1,605

DC5

Central Karoo District Municipality

-

-

(iv) 2016/17 (a) & (b)

Description

Department of Cooperative Governance

Municipalities

(a) Unspent allocations as at the end of 2016/17 (before roll-over approval)

(b) Unspent allocations as at the end of 2016/17 (after roll-over approval)

 

Municipal Infrastructure Grant
'R000

Municipal Infrastructure Grant
'R000

 

'R000

'R000

Eastern Cape

 

 

-

BUF

Buffalo City

-

-

NMA

Nelson Mandela

-

-

EC101

Dr Beyers Naude

20,055

4,393

EC102

Blue Crane Route

-

-

EC104

Makana

-

-

EC105

Ndlambe

11,484

-

EC106

Sundays River Valley

2,592

-

EC108

Kouga

5,587

5,587

EC109

Koukamma

1,824

1,824

DC10

Sarah Baartman District Municipality

22,005

4,446

EC121

Mbhashe

-

-

EC122

Mnquma

1,797

228

EC123

Great Kei

-

-

EC124

Amahlathi

2,000

2,000

EC126

Ngqushwa

6

6

EC129

Raymond Mhlaba

6,199

6,199

DC12

Amatole District Municipality

177,699

174,907

EC131

Inxuba Yethemba

-

-

EC135

Intsika Yethu

-

-

EC136

Emalahleni

2,925

2,925

EC137

Engcobo

23,925

9,997

EC138

Sakhisizwe

1,453

1,453

EC139

Enoch Mgijima

15,997

15,997

DC13

Chris Hani District Municipality

2,401

2,401

EC141

Elundini

-

-

EC142

Senqu

35

35

EC145

Walter Sisulu

1,033

1,033

DC14

Joe Gqabi District Municipality

13,700

13,700

EC153

Nquza Hills

-

-

EC154

Port St Johns

236

236

EC155

Nyandeni

-

-

EC156

Mhlontlo

-

-

EC157

King Sabata Dalindyebo

8,826

6,675

DC15

O.R. Tambo District Municipality

-

-

EC441

Matatiele

-

-

EC442

Umzimvubu

5,073

5,073

EC443

Mbizana

405

405

EC444

Ntabankulu

-

-

DC44

Alfred Nzo

-

-

Free State

 

 

-

MAN

Mangaung

-

-

FS161

Letsemeng

5,183

5,183

FS162

Kopanong

681

681

FS163

Mohokare

11,930

1,852

DC16

Xhariep District Municipality

-

-

FS181

Masilonyana

4,737

4,737

FS182

Tokologo

-

-

FS183

Tswelopele

6,278

2,978

FS184

Matjhabeng

-

-

FS185

Nala

3,407

-

DC18

Lejweleputswa District Municipality

-

-

FS191

Setsoto

-

-

FS192

Dihlabeng

-

-

FS193

Nketoana

-

-

FS194

Maluti-a-Phofung

-

-

FS195

Phumelela

-

-

FS196

Mantsopa

-

-

DC19

Thabo Mofutsanyana District Municipality

-

-

FS201

Moqhaka

-

-

FS203

Ngwathe

-

-

FS204

Metsimaholo

5,357

-

FS205

Mafube

-

-

DC20

Fezile Dabi District Municipality

21,422

21,422

Gauteng

 

 

-

EKU

Ekurhuleni

-

-

JHB

City of Johannesburg

-

-

TSH

City of Tshwane

-

-

GT421

Emfuleni

30,777

30,777

GT422

Midvaal

-

-

GT423

Lesedi

2

2

DC42

Sedibeng District Municipality

-

-

GT481

Mogale City

8,075

8,075

GT484

Merafong City

17,849

4,238

GT485

Rand West City

87,498

80,767

DC48

West Rand District Municipality

-

-

KwaZulu - Natal

 

 

-

ETH

eThekwini

-

-

KZN212

uMdoni

4,789

826

KZN213

uMzumbe

1

-

KZN214

uMuziwabantu

-

-

KZN216

Ray Nkonyeni

-

-

DC21

Ugu DM

-

-

KZN 221

uMshwathi

-

-

KZN222

uMngeni

-

-

KZN223

Mpofana

-

-

KZN224

iMpendle

-

-

KZN225

Msunduzi

7,887

6,823

KZN226

Mkhambathini

2,180

740

KZN227

Richmond

-

-

DC22

uMgungundlovu DM

-

-

KZN235

Okhahlamba

-

-

KZN237

iNkosi Langalibalele

2,576

2,576

KZN238

Alfred Duma

6,315

6,315

DC23

uThukela DM

-

-

KZN241

eNdumeni

-

-

KZN242

Nquthu

-

-

KZN244

uMsinga

1

1

KZN245

uMvoti

1

1

DC24

uMzinyathi DM

-

-

KZN252

Newcastle

-

-

KZN253

eMadlangeni

4,981

4,981

KZN254

Dannhauser

-

-

DC25

Amajuba DM

-

-

KZN261

eDumbe

-

-

KZN262

uPhongolo

-

-

KZN263

AbaQulusi

9

9

KZN265

Nongoma

-

-

KZN266

Ulundi

-

-

DC26

Zululand DM

-

-

KZN271

uMhlabuyalingana

-

-

KZN272

Jozini

-

-

KZN275

Mtubatuba

1

1

KZN276

Big Five Hlabisa

3,963

3,963

DC27

uMkhanyakude DM

3,333

3,333

KZN281

uMfolozi

-

-

KZN282

uMhlathuze

-

-

KZN284

uMlalazi

-

-

KZN285

Mthonjaneni

-

-

KZN286

Nkandla

1

1

DC28

King Cetshwayo DM

-

-

KZN291

Mandeni

-

-

KZN292

KwaDukuza

-

-

KZN293

Ndwedwe

-

-

KZN294

Maphumulo

-

-

DC29

iLembe DM

-

-

KZN433

Greater Kokstad

-

-

KZN434

uBuhlebezwe

-

-

KZN435

uMzimkhulu

-

-

KZN436

Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma

29,513

29,513

DC43

Harry Gwala DM

8,710

8,710

Limpopo

 

 

-

LIM331

Greater Giyani

7,631

-

LIM332

Greater Letaba

3,730

-

LIM333

Greater Tzaneen

19,349

3,519

LIM334

Ba-Phalaborwa

1,952

1,170

LIM335

Maruleng

-

-

DC33

Mopani District Municipality

22,427

22,427

LIM341

Musina

35,814

35,814

LIM343

Thulamela

-

-

LIM344

Makhado

-

-

LIM345

Collins Chabane

28,495

-

DC34

Vhembe District Municipality

36,966

28,166

LIM351

Blouberg

2,372

903

LIM353

Molemole

16,147

1,072

LIM354

Polokwane

58,246

29,751

LIM355

Lepelle-Nkumpi

424

424

DC35

Capricorn District Municipality

-

-

LIM361

Thabazimbi

-

-

LIM362

Lephalale

-

-

LIM366

Bela Bela

13,266

13,266

LIM367

Mogalakwena

2,820

2,820

LIM368

LIM368

1,614

1,614

DC36

Waterberg District Municipality

6,241

-

LIM471

Ephraim Mogale

6,286

6,286

LIM472

Elias Motsoaledi

25,403

9,068

LIM473

Makhuduthamaga

6,012

3

LIM476

Fetakgomo/Greater Tubatse

12,761

4,529

DC47

Greater Sekhukhune District Municipality

2

2

Mpumalanga

 

 

-

MP301

Albert Luthuli

-

-

MP302

Msukaligwa

-

-

MP303

Mkhondo

-

-

MP304

Pixley Ka Seme

-

-

MP305

Lekwa

-

-

MP306

Dipaleseng

1

1

MP307

Govan Mbeki

-

-

DC30

Gert Sibande District Municipality

-

-

MP311

Victor Khanye

-

-

MP312

Emalahleni

-

-

MP313

Steve Tshwete

247

247

MP314

Emakhazeni

-

-

MP315

Thembisile Hani

-

-

MP316

Dr JS Moroka

-

-

DC31

Nkangala District Municipality

-

-

MP321

Thaba Chweu

-

-

MP324

Nkomazi

-

-

MP325

Bushbuckridge

-

-

MP326

City of Mbombela

44,739

44,739

DC32

Ehlanzeni District Municipality

-

-

Total MP

 

 

-

Northern Cape

 

 

-

NC061

Richtersveld

42

42

NC062

Nama Khoi

-

-

NC064

Kamiesberg

1,175

1,175

NC065

Hantam

-

-

NC066

Karoo Hoogland

1

1

NC067

Khai-Ma

8,826

2,292

DC6

Namakwa District Municipality

-

-

NC071

Ubuntu

3,512

3,512

NC072

Umsobomvu

7,374

4,016

NC073

Emthanjeni

2,572

809

NC074

Kareeberg

3,022

22

NC075

Renosterberg

102

102

NC076

Thembelihle

91

91

NC077

Siyathemba

-

-

NC078

Siyancuma

1,227

1,227

DC7

Pixley Ka Seme District

-

-

NC082

!Kai! Garip

712

712

NC084

!Kheis

1,437

1,437

NC085

Tsantsabane

4,579

4,579

NC086

Kgatelopele

10,724

5,509

NC087

Dawid Kruiper

-

-

DC8

ZF Mgcawu District Municipality

-

-

NC091

Sol Plaatjie

1,319

1,319

NC092

Dikgatlong

41

41

NC093

Magareng

5,321

5,321

NC094

Phokwane

19,232

1

DC9

Frances Baard District Municipality

-

-

NC451

Joe Morolong

16,327

16,327

NC452

Ga-Segonyana

38,126

38,126

NC453

Gamagara

-

-

DC45

John Taolo Gaetsewe District

-

-

North West

 

 

-

NW371

Moretele

11,491

11,491

NW372

Madibeng

0

0

NW373

Rustenburg

3,626

3,626

NW374

Kgetlengrivier

9,659

9,659

NW375

Moses Kotane

4,115

4,115

DC37

Bojanala Platinum District Municipality

-

-

NW381

Ratlou

15,404

3,755

NW382

Tswaing

6,554

6,554

NW383

Mafikeng

10,492

10,492

NW384

Ditsobotla

19,487

19,487

NW385

Ramotshere Moiloa

1,675

1,675

DC38

Ngaka Modiri Molema District

5,000

-

NW392

Naledi

25,000

6,372

NW393

Mamusa

6,291

6,291

NW394

Greater Taung

3,576

-

NW396

Lekwa-Teemane

1,552

1,552

NW397

Kagisano-Molopo

-

-

DC39

Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati District

903

-

NW403

City of Matlosana

305

305

NW404

Maquassi Hills

20,200

20,200

NW405

NW405 (Tlokwe/Ventersdorp)

92,594

66,085

DC40

Dr Kenneth Kaunda District

-

-

Western Cape

 

 

-

CPT

City of Cape Town

-

-

WC011

Matzikama

0

0

WC012

Cederberg

7,395

1,467

WC013

Bergrivier

1,091

1,091

WC014

Saldanha Bay

-

-

WC015

Swartland

-

-

DC1

West Coast District Municipality

-

-

WC022

Witzenberg

1

1

WC023

Drakenstein

-

-

WC024

Stellenbosch

-

-

WC025

Breede Valley

-

-

WC026

Langeberg

-

-

DC2

Cape Winelands District Municipality

-

-

WC031

Theewaterskloof

2,078

958

WC032

Overstrand

-

-

WC033

Cape Agulhas

204

204

WC034

Swellendam

5,598

69

DC3

Overberg District Municipality

-

-

WC041

Kannaland

774

774

WC042

Hessequa

4,282

58

WC043

Mossel bay

-

-

WC044

George

-

-

WC045

Oudtshoorn

-

-

WC047

Bitou

2,349

67

WC048

Knysna

-

-

DC4

Eden

-

-

WC051

Laingsburg

-

-

WC052

Prince Albert

159

159

WC053

Beaufort West

11,835

11,835

DC5

Central Karoo District Municipality

-

-

(v) 2017/18 (a) & (b)

The roll-over figures for 2017/ will be made available by National Treasury during the budget adjustment period.

25 July 2018 - NW1437

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Mileham, Mr K to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

(1) Whether any exemptions were granted to the Thaba Chweu Local Municipality in Mpumalanga to exceed electricity tariffs approved by the National Energy Regulator of South Africa; if not, what is the tariff being charged by the specified municipality for each unit of (a) prepaid and (b) post-paid electricity; if so, what (i) are the relevant details and (ii) is the tariff being charged by the specified municipality for each unit of (aa) prepaid and (bb) post-paid electricity”; (2) Whether he has found that the new smart meter contract concluded by the specified municipality complied with all necessary supply chain management regulations (3) Whether the specified contract imposes any additional costs on consumers in the specified municipality; if so, what are the relevant details?NW1539E

Reply:

The following responses were provided by Thaba Chweu Local Municipality.

1. The municipality is levying electricity tariffs as per NERSA approval.

Attached as Annexure A, tariffs used for the current financial year and NERSA’s approval letter.

2. The referred smart meter contract is incorporated on Public Private Partnership agreement the municipality entered into.

3. No any additional costs to consumers.

25 July 2018 - NW1998

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Dreyer, Ms AM to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

(1)Whether the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality conducted any water quality tests of any water bodies within its boundaries (a) in each of the past five financial years and/or (b) since 1 April 2018; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the details of the findings in each case; (2) Will he furnish Mrs A D Dreyer with copies of each report? NW2157E

Reply:

The information was provided by the Gauteng Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs.

(1) The Water Quality subsection within the Water and Sanitation department samples predefined monitoring points within storm water channels, spruits, rivers, storm water retention ponds, pan and dams throughout the City of Ekurhuleni on a monthly basis. The purpose of this monitoring is to identify any pollution emanating from sewer blockage or illegal industrial effluent discharges.  The water samples are evaluated against the Instream Water Quality Standards of the River Forums in terms of the CMA’s monitoring of the water bodies as directed in the National Water Act.

If any of the samples test results exceeds the allowable limits, the potential type or source of pollutant is investigated to try and find the source. This information is then communicated to the relevant department to investigate, resolve and take appropriate action.

It must be noted that sometimes there are challenges with regards to sampling or monitoring points due to accessibility and/or unsuitable samples as a result of sample points being dry or stagnant water. However, the City of Ekurhuleni will at all times obtain samples under normal circumstances.

Statistics

Number of monitoring points.

 

North East region

South West region

Monitoring points

141

110

Number of Lakes, Dams and storm water retention ponds and ponds

20

10

Number of rivers and spruits

3

3

 

Analysis done over the period January 2014 to April 2018.

Actual samples

9869

Actual analysis

138836

 

Rivers and spruits in the boundaries of the City of Ekurhuleni:

  • Small portion of the Jukskei river
  • Blesbokspruit
  • Kaalspruit
  • Swartspruit
  • Elsburg spruit
  • Natalspruit
  • Small upper portion of Rietspruit

 

25 July 2018 - NW1891

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Xalisa, Mr Z R to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

What is the (a) total number of traditional leaders in each province and (b)(i) name and (ii) title of each traditional leader in each province?

Reply:

The table below captures information on kingships/queenships/principal traditional leaders:

Province

(a) total number of traditional leaders, i.e kingship/queenship/principal traditional community

(b)(i) name

(ii) title of each traditional leader in each province?

Limpopo

Three (3)

Acting Kgosikgolo Kgagudi Kenneth Sekhukhune

Acting Kgosikgolo

   

Khosikhulu Toni Peter Mphephu Ramabulana

Khosikhulu

   

Regent Kgosikgolo MT Modjadji

Kgosikgolo

Free State

Two (2)

Morena e Moholo Montoeli Mota

Morena e Moholo

   

Morena e Moholo Moremoholo Mopeli

Morena e Moholo

Mpumalanga

Two (2)

Ingwenyama Makhosoke Enock Mabhena

Ngwenyama

   

Ingwenyama Mbusi Mahlangu

Ngwenyama

KZN

One (1)

Isilo Samabandla Zwelithini Goodwill Kabhekuzulu

Isilo Samabandla

Eastern Cape

Six (6)

Acting Kumkani Azenathi Dalinydebo

Acting Kumkani

   

Kumkani Mpendulo Calvin Zwelonkesigcau

Kumkani

   

Acting Kumkanikazi Lombekiso Masobhuza Makhosatsini Sigcau

Kumkanikazi

   

Kumkanikazi Noloyiso Sandile

Kumkanikazi

   

Kumkani Ndamase Mangaliso Ndamase

Kumkani

   

Kumkani Siyambonga Matanzima

Kumkani

The table below captures information on Senior Traditional Leaders and is based on information provided by provinces during 2017:

Province

(a) total number of traditional leaders, i.e Senior Traditional Leaders

(b) (ii) title (i) name and of each traditional leader in each province?

Free State

Twelve (12)

MORENA PAULOS MOLOI

   

MORENA MOPELI LIBE

   

MORENA SETSHEHETSO

MOHALE

   

MORENA LEFA MOPELI

   

MORENA MAHWA NEO

ALFRED

   

Regent Morena Mopani

Khahliso Regina

   

MORENA RETSILISITSOE

MOPELI

   

MORENA SEBUTI JOSEPH

MOPELI

   

MORENA PINARE EDWIN

MOLEFE

   

MORENA DIRA SOLOMON

SEKONYELA

Northern Cape

Eight (8)

KGOSI KGOTLAAME SURGEON MOTSHWARAKGOLE

   

KGOSI BAKANG DESMOND PHETLHU

   

KGOSI KGOSIENEWANG EMANUEL JANTJIE

   

Acting Kgosi SEPHIRI ISAAC DIOKA

   

KGOSI PULE SHADRACK BAREKI

   

KGOSI BOGOSIENG VINCENT MAHURA

   

Regent KGOSI GABOITSIWE ERNEST THAGANYANE

   

KGOSIGADI PELONOMI PRECIOUS TOTO

Mpumalanga

Fifty six (56)

INGWENYAMA MAKHOSOKE II ENOCK

MABENA

   

IKOSI JAN FUNAKOO MABENA

   

IKOSI APHU JOSEPH MABENA

     
   

IKOSI BONGANI ROBERT MAHLANGU

   

IKOSI VEMBI WILLIAM MAHLANGU

   

KGOSI ONALENNA MOKGOKO

   

KGOSI JEOFFREY TLHAME MOEPI

   

KGOSI NTOKOLO JUSTINUS MALOKA

   

KGOSIGADI MAMAKHUDU GLORIA LEFIFI

   

INGWENYAMA MABHOKO III MBUSI MAHLANGU

   

IKOSI SIPHO ETWELL MAHLANGU

   

IKOSI CECIL MONNANYANA MAHLANG

   

INKHOSI PHELIMON TEYANE NKOSI

   

INKHOSIKATI BUSISISWE HLATSHWAKO

   

INKHOSI ROY ABNERI NKOSI

   

INKHOSI SIFISO LUCKY NKOSI

   

INKHOSI KOKAYI JOHANNES MALAZA

   

INKHOSI MPUMELELO BHEKI MNISI

   

INKOSI JOSEPH VUSI NHLAPHO

   

INKHOSI CAMBRIDGE MAKHOSONKE DLAMINI

   

INKHOSI THANDUKWAZI MOSES NKOSI

   

INKHOSI THULANI DAVID NKOSI

   

INKOSI ALPHIOS JABULANI SHABALALA

   

INKOSI MANDLA SAMUEL MNISI

   

INKOSI THULWANE BHEKIZIZIWE MTHETHWA

   

INKOSI MICHAEL THEMBA YENDE

   

INKOSI MANDLENKOSI ANDRIES MAHLOBO

   

INKOSI BONGANI VINCENT YENDE

   

MORENA LEPHATSOANA EDWARD MOLOI

   

KGOSHIGADI ANASTACIA SENAPE MOHLALA

   

KGOSHI FEDRICK MOGANE

   

KGOSHI TUMELO EPHRAIM MASHILE

   

INKHOSI TIKHONTELE SOLOMON DLAMINI

   

KGOSHI THAMI FREEDOM MASHEGO

   

INKHOSI ROBERT MAJAJI MBUYANE

   

INKHOSI HLUNGU RICHARD NKOSI

   

INKHOSI SICELO AUDECIOUS NKOSI

   

INKHOSI VICTOR MHAULE

   

INKHOSI MBANGISO ISAAC MDLULI

   

INKHOSI BENEDICT SIVE KHUMALO

   

KGOSHI NTSEKWADI STEVEN MOGANE

   

INKHOSI KENNETH MAWA NKOSI

   

INKHOSI KHULILE NOMVULA MKHATSHWA

   

INKHOSI SANDILE GODFREY NGOMANE

   

INKHOSI MANDLENKOSI SIBUSISO MAHLALELA

   

INKHOSI MDUDIZI EMMANUEL SHONGWE

   

INKHOSI SHUSHU OMAN NGOMANE

   

INKHOSI SOKALEZWE HENRY MKHATSHWA

   

INKHOSI SIZWE MKHULU NGOMANE

   

KGOSHI MATHUPA LAMECK MOKOENA

   

KGOSHI SIPHO EDWIN MALELE

   

KGOSHI ABUTI LACKSON CHILOANE

   

KGOSI MISHACK OBED MASHEGO

   

KGOSHI REUBEN NKOTOBONA CHILOANE

   

KGOSHI LEHLOGONOLO EDWARD MASHEGO

   

HOSI ERIC MPISANA NXUMALO

   

HOSI MADALA LLOYD NKUNA

   

HOSI THEOPHILUS MAGWAGWAZA MNISI

Limpopo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Two hundred and one (201)

HOSI MABUNDA DIVILA WILSON

   

HOSI HLANEKI MKHACANI ADEYEMI MALULEKE

   

HOSI NGOVE PHENI CYPRIAN

   

HOSI MATHEVULA MASHILA CASTRO

   

HOSI NDENGEZA THAPELO BRILLIANT

   

HOSI MALULEKE SIZEKA MICHAEL

   

HOSI SHIVITI MKHACANI KENNETH

   

HOSI MAHUMANI AK

   

HOSI MAKHUBELE BOY JOHANNES

   

KGOSHI MAMAILA KHUDUWANE SOLOMON

   

Regent KGOSHI MODJADJI MPAPATLA THABISANG

   

Acting KGOSHIGADI MAMAILA TSEANA NANCY

   

KGOSHIGADI SEKGOPO MOKGADI JOSEPHINE

   

KGOSHI PHEEHA MALEKUTU BENEDICT

   

KGOSHI PHOOKO NGWAKO CEDRICK

   

KGOSHI RAPHAHLELO LEPHAI PATRICK

   

HOSI MUHLAVA MPUMULANA SAMUEL

   

Acting HOSI MABUNDA TSAKANI BETTY

   

HOSI MAMITWA TINYIKO LWANDLAMUNI PHILLIA

   

Regent HOSI MAAKE LEGANABATHO

   

HOSI NTSANWISI MLUNGISI

   

KGOSHI MALATJI SG

   

Acting KGOSHI MALATJI MA

   

ActingK KGOSHI MALATJI B.M

   

KGOSHI SHAYI MA

   

Acting KGOSHI LETSOALO M.M.

   

KGOSHI SEKORORO SSS

   

Acting KGOSHIGADI MAMETJA MALEFO JULIA

   

KHOSI MANENZHE TAKALANI ELON

   

KHOSI MUTELE WILLIAM

   

KHOSI RAMBUDA AVHATENDI

   

KHOSI NETHENGWE NDITSHENI SETH

   

KHOSI TSHIKUNDAMALEMA MBENGENI STEVEN

   

KHOSI MAKUYA NTSWETHENI RONALD

   

KHOSI KHAKHU RATSHIBVUMO REUBEN

   

KHOSI TSHIVHASE MIDIYAVHATHU PRINCE KENNEDY

   

KHOSI NELWAMONDO AESHELI CALVIN

   

KHOSI MPHAPHULI PHASWANA MUSIIWA

   

KHOSI NXUMALO BUSA CHARLES

   

HOSI HLUNGWANI EVANS WISANI

   

HOSI MANGANYI SHIRELELE PATRICK

   

HOSI MHINGA SHILUNGWA CYDRICK

   

HOSI CHAUKE SAMUEL YINGWANI

   

HOSI CHAUKESHITLHANGOMA ERRICK

   

HOSI MABASA MKHATSHANI RICHARD

   

HOSI MULAMULA HASANI THOMAS

   

HOSI MALELUKE SHITLHANGOMA JAMES

   

HOSI MALULEKE MSISINYANI THOMAS

   

HOSI RAMOVHA TSHILILO JEFFREY

   

KHOSI MPHAPHULI NGWEDZENI ALFRED

   

KHOSI BUNGENI GIVEN

   

KHOSI MAJOSI HLENGANI MACKSON

   

KHOSI DAVHANA DAVID DHAVHANA

   

KHOSI MASHAU THAVHA RONALD VUDZANI

   

KHOSI MASIA MBANGISENI JOSEPH

   

KHOSI NESENGANI TSHIMBILUNI PHILLEMON

   

KHOSI MASHAMBA TSHITWA LEFTY

   

KHOSI KUTAMA PRINCE VELE

   

KHOSI SINTHUMULE RUDZANI HAROLD

   

HOSI MUKHARI HLEKANI SAMUEL

   

HOSI MUKHARI SIKHETO THOMAS

   

HOSI BALOYI JOHN

   

KHOSI MUGIVHI KHULISO GOODWILL

   

KHOSI MADZIVHANDILA THIKHATHALI

   

KHOSI NETSHIMBKHUPFE MUNYADZIWA ALPHEUS

   

KHOSI NETSIANDA PFULUWANI

   

KHOSI MUILA TSHISHONGA GEORGE

   

KHOSI MOLEMA FHATUWANI

   

KHOSI MASHAMBA TSHITWA LEFTY

   

KHOSI RAMABULANA VHUTSHILO CROSBY

   

KHOSI MPHEPHU MM

   

KGOSHI MALEBOHO NGOAKO ISAAC

   

KGOSHI LEBOHO KIBI OLIVER

   

KGOSHI MAKGATHO SELAELO PRINCE

   

KGOSHI SEAKAMELA SELAELO ABRAM

   

Acting KGOSHI MACHAKA KGWADU DALSON

   

Acting KGOSHI RAMOKGOPA MAMOHUBE

   

Acting KGOSHI MANTHATA MANKWE ROSA

   

Acting KGOSHI MOTHAPO MADIPUANE REFILWE MOREMADI

   

KGOSHI MAKGOBA MOKOPA GARIBALD

   

Regent KGOSHI VERONICA MPOSHO MAMABOLO

   

Deputy KGOSHI DIKGALE RANTIE EDWARD

   

KGOSHI DIKGALE MALESELA SOLOMON

   

Acting KGOSHI CHUENE ANGELINA RAMADIMETJA

   

KGOSHI MAJA DITSEPU CECIL

   

Acting KGOSHI MAMABOLO MACHAKA ROBERT

   

Acting KGOSHI MOLEPO MAISHA

   

KGOSHI MOTHIBA POGOTI PATRICK

   

KGOSHI MOLOTO KGABO SOLOMON

   

KGOSHI MASHASHANE MAGANDANGELE MALESELA

   

Acting KGOSHI MARABA MMAPHUTI CARNATION

   

Acting KGOSHI KGOSHIGADI MATLALA LEKWELARURI ROZETTA

   

Acting KGOSHI SELOANA NGOANAMOHUBE DINAH

   

Acting KGOSHI THOBEJANE SEPEKE VICTOR

   

KGOSHI MATHABATHA MALEGODI MOLEKE

   

KGOSHI PHATUDI MPHAHLELE NGOANAMOHUBE SOPHIE

   

KGOSHI LEDWABA RANGOATO PRESCILLA

   

KGOSHI KEKANA MADUMETJA SELLO

   

Acting KGOSHI SELEKA PHETOGO DAVID

   

Acting KGOSHI SHONGANE M ANNA

   

KGOSHI MAHLANGU VUMA NGWANE

   

INKOSI VN MAHLANGU

   

KGOSHI TAUEATSOALA RAISIBE RHINA

   

KGOSHI LANGA LESIBA PHILLIP

   

KGOSHI MATLALA PHUTI THEODORA

   

Acting KGOSHI LEKALAKALA MADIMETSA EZEKIEL

   

KGOSHI LANGA KGABAKGARE DAVID

   

KGOSHI LEDWABA MAKATABELE SAMUEL

   

KGOSHI KEKANA LESIBA VAALTYN

   

KGOSHI MATLALA MOKGOMA MASERUMULE

   

Acting KGOSHI RAHLAGANE MAPITSI PRIMROSE

   

KGOSHI LEHWELERE-MATLALA MAKGALE ALBERT

   

KGOSHI RAMMPUDU BOLEU HARRY

   

KGOSHI MATSEPE-KOPA LB

   

KGOSHI INKOSI MAHLANGU PONY JAPHTA

   

KGOSHI MATLALA FRANK SHIKOANE

   

(DEPUTY) KGOSHI MATHEBE CHAKI EDISON

   

KGOSHI MATHEBE DM

   

KGOSHI MUSHUNG MOKGOMO JOSEPH

   

KGOSHI MASHEGOANA REUBEN KWEKWE

   

KGOSHI MALOMA MATIME GORDON

   

KGOSHI SEOPELA NJ

   

KGOSHI MOGASHOA MANAMANE EDWARD

   

KGOSHI MAILA MADINGO ALICE

   

KGOSHI MAILA MATHABENG GEORGE

   

KGOSHI MORWAMOCHE KA

   

Regent KGOSHI MAKGERU NTEPANE ZEPHORA

   

KGOSHI THULARE SERAKI EQUATOR

   

Acting KGOSHI NTOBENG KHUDU ANNA

   

Acting KGOSHI SERAKI RACHEL MATHUDING

   

KGOSHI NKADIMENG RAMPHELANE WILSON

   

KGOSHI RATAU MALAKENG ERNEST

   

KGOSHI MASHEGOANA DITHOTO LEHUTSO

   

KGOSHI MAGOLEGO MMIDI WILLIAM

   

Regent KGOSHI MOHLALA GADIFELE BRIDGET

   

KGOSHI MADIHLABA DIKOETJE JOHN

   

KGOSHI MASHABELA MANTE REGINAH

   

Acting KGOSHI MAMPANE DIPHALE TSEKE

   

Acting KGOSHI MASEMOLA MMAKGATLE LIDIA

   

KGOSHI MARISHANE TSEKE KGOPOTSO

   

KGOSHI MAMPURU BILLY MAMPURU

   

KHOSHI PHAAAHLA LETSIRI GEORGE

   

Acting KGOSHI MASERUMULE MAKWETLE BETTY

   

KGOSHI TISANE MOROANGOATO NTLADI

   

Acting INKOSI THABISILE EUNICE

   

KGOSHI MAESELA MAPHARASHE GIBSON

   

Acting KGOSHI MAISELA SATSOPE MEISIE

   

Acting KGOSHI KHOSHIKGOLO KGAGUDI KENNETH

   

KGOSHI MASHA LENGWAI AARON

   

Regent KGOSHI SEROKA TM

   

KGOSHI KGAPHOLA LOBANG GEORGE

   

KGOSHI NCHABELENG MOLOKE KOMANE

   

Acting KGOSHI NCHABELENG MAPONYE EDITH

   

Acting KGOSHI PHALAMOHLAKA KGAPYANE PATRIK

   

KGOSHI RADINGOANA SENTSHO COLLENGE

   

KGOSHI SELEPE DIFERE ALBERT

   

Acting KGOSHI MAESELA DITHOBOLONG SUZAN

   

Acting KGOSHI KGOETE TSAKANENG ALFRED

   

KGOSHI MOHLALA MAFETE BETHUEL

   

KGOSHI RAMAUBE KGALEMA SETH

   

Acting KGOSHI DINKWANYANE TLAKALE MERIAM

   

Acting KGOSHI RIBA SETLOGANG GETRUDE

   

KGOSHI MAFOLO MAMOGEGE DAVID

   

KGOSHI MAKOFANE KGOBALALE PATRICK

   

KGOSHI MANOKE BOY KOOS

   

KGOSHI SEKHUKHUNE PHATUDI RANDLE

   

Regent KGOSHI KGOETE SEROLE

   

KGOSHI MAROGA MAPUTLE SIDWELL

   

KGOSHI MALEPE MANAWE ROSTER

   

KGOSHI MASHABELA NKGONYELETJIE WILLIAM

   

KGOSHI MASHISHI MOLAMOSA SOLOMON

   

KGOSHI KOMANE MORWASHAI RHINE

   

Regent KGOSHI PHASHA TLAKALE MARIA

   

KGOSHI PHASHA PHOKWANE DICK

   

KGOSHI PALECHE JIM

   

KGOSHI MAMPURU MAKOPOLE HERBERT

   

KGOSHI MALEKANA MM

   

Acting KGOSHI MAPHOPHA ELIZABETH MAMOSHIANE

   

Acting KGOSHI RANTHO NGWANATSOMANE JIM

   

KGOSHI MAEPA SHOROANE PIET

   

KGOSHI KGOETE MAMPHAHLANE RALPH

North-West

Fifty (50)

KGOSI N R E MAKAPANE

   

KGOSI L J MATHIBE

   

KGOSI P P MAUBANE

   

KGOSI SG MOTSEPE

   

KGOSANA DS TSAJOA

   

KGOSI M S MATHOPE

   

KGOSI T R M MMAMOGALE

   

KGOSI L T MOLOTLEGI

   

KGOSI N J M PILANE

   

KGOSI J J E M RAMOKOKA

   

KGOSI M E MABE

   

KGOSI GADI N I BATLENG

   

KGOSI S P SHONGOANE

   

KGOSI S M MONNAKGOTLA

   

KGOSI B J SEFANYETSO

   

KGOSI E M MABALANE

   

KGOSI N J SEFANYETSO

   

KGOSI J C LEGOALE

   

KGOSI GADI K B SEDUMEDI

   

KGOSI M S ZIBI

   

KGOSI M F MATLAPENG

   

KGOSI D H MOGAGABE

   

KGOSI T S MOOKETSI

   

KGOSI T A MOOKETSI

   

KGOSI O T S MAOTWE

   

KGOSI GADI D E MOTSATSI

   

KGOSI G MASELWANE

   

KGOSI G R GASEBONE

   

KGOSI G H PHOI

   

KGOSI G S MOTSEOAKHUMO

   

KGOSI S M J MASIBI

   

KGOSI M L MOLEFE

   

KGOSI K S LEKOKO

   

KGOSI M C MOSHOETTE

   

KGOSI J K MOLETE

   

KGOSI T M SEATLHOLO

   

KGOSI G G SHOLE

   

KGOSI K J MONTSHIOA

   

KGOSANA S S MALEFO

   

KGOSI K S SEROBATSE

   

KGOSI R V MATLABA

   

KGOSI I E LENCOE

   

KGOSI S V SUPING

   

KGOSI K J TSIEPE

   

KGOSI KD MANGOPE

   

KGOSI N T MOIOA

   

KGOSI T F MANKUROANE

   

Acting King GOSI KK MOTLHABANE

   

KGOSI PL MOTHIBI

   

KGOSI M A LETLHOGILE

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Two hundred and seventy seven (277)

INKOSI MQOQI BERNARD NGCOBO

   

INKOSI BHEKISISA FELIX BHENGU

   

INKOSI THANDIZWE FRANK GWALA

   

INKOSI DOMINIC ZWELITHINI MKHIZE

   

INKOSI REGINALD FANA MTHEMBU

   

INKOSI JABULILE PRINCESS SHANGASE

   

INKOSI SIMANGAYE MLABA

   

INKOSI THAMSANQA BENJAMIN EMMANUEL MKHIZE

   

INKOSI KHETHA SAKHILE MAKHANYA

   

INKOSI EMMANUEL BHEKUZALO SHOZI

   

INKOSI VUKANI REGINAL CELE

   

INKOSI PHATHISIZWE PHILBERT LUTHILI

   

INKOSI NHLOSOYESIZWE MCMILLAN HLENGWA

   

INKOSI NKOSINATHI CALEB MAPHUMOLO

   

INKOSI KUSAKUSA TEASINGTON Mkhize

   

INKOSI LANGALASEMBO DERRICK MKHIZE

   

INKOSI SIKHULEKILE ELVIS MBHELE

   

INKOSI PHIKUBUXOKI ROY BELE

   

INKOSI JAPHET MJOKWANA MQADI

   

INKOSI MUZIWENDODA PROTAS DUMA

   

INKOSI MBUSO PRAISEGOD NGCOBO

   

INKOSI THEMBINKOSI NICHOLUS DUMISA

   

INKOSI LUCAS MTHANDENI SHOZI

   

INKOSI SIFISO DERRICK CELE

   

INKOSI ZAMINDLELA GOODWILL BAHLE MSOMI

   

INKOSI BATHEBUYA CELE

   

INKOSI MELISIZWE ZWELOXOLO DLAMINI

   

INKOSI NELISIWE WINFRIEDA MBHELE

   

ibambabukhosi Zibuyile Eunice Ngcobo

   

INKOSI RUBERT SIFISO SHINGA

   

INKOSI ZOLANI RAYMOND QWABE

   

INKOSI BHEKAMAHLONGWA HLONGWA

   

INKOSI BHEKIZIZWE NIVARD LUTHULI

   

INKOSI MQOQI BERNARD NGCOBO

   

INKOSI BHEKISISA FELIX BHENGU

   

INKOSI THANDIZWE FRANK GWALA

   

INKOSI DOMINIC ZWELITHINI MKHIZE

   

INKOSI REGINALD FANA MTHEMBU

   

INKOSI JABULILE PRINCESS SHANGASE

   

INKOSI SIMANGAYE MLABA

   

INKOSI THAMSANQA BENJAMIN EMMANUEL MKHIZE

   

INKOSI KHETHA SAKHILE MAKHANYA

   

INKOSI EMMANUEL BHEKUZALO SHOZI

   

INKOSI VUKANI REGINAL CELE

   

INKOSI PHATHISIZWE PHILBERT LUTHILI

   

INKOSI NHLOSOYESIZWE MCMILLAN HLENGWA

   

INKOSI NKOSINATHI CALEB MAPHUMOLO

   

INKOSI KUSAKUSA TEASINGTON Mkhize

   

INKOSI LANGALASEMBO DERRICK MKHIZE

   

INKOSI SIKHULEKILE ELVIS MBHELE

   

INKOSI PHIKUBUXOKI ROY BELE

   

INKOSI JAPHET MJOKWANA MQADI

   

INKOSI MUZIWENDODA PROTAS DUMA

   

INKOSI MBUSO PRAISEGOD NGCOBO

   

INKOSI THEMBINKOSI NICHOLUS DUMISA

   

INKOSI LUCAS MTHANDENI SHOZI

   

INKOSI SIFISO DERRICK CELE

   

INKOSI ZAMINDLELA GOODWILL BAHLE MSOMI

   

INKOSI BATHEBUYA CELE

   

INKOSI MELISIZWE ZWELOXOLO DLAMINI

   

INKOSI NELISIWE WINFRIEDA MBHELE

   

ibambabukhosi Zibuyile Eunice Ngcobo

   

INKOSI RUBERT SIFISO SHINGA

   

INKOSI ZOLANI RAYMOND QWABE

   

INKOSI BHEKAMAHLONGWA HLONGWA

   

INKOSI BHEKIZIZWE NIVARD LUTHULI

   

ibambabukhosi Cedric Sandile Gumede

   

INKOSI KHANYILE ABSOLOM CELE

   

INKOSI VUSUMUZI BHEKI CHILIZA

   

INKOSI BHEKAMADODA INNOCENT RADEBE

   

INKOSI SENZESIHLE MTHOBELI CYRIL DLAMINI

   

INKOSI DAVID VAN ROOYEN DUMA

   

INKOSI SIDUMO PATRICK ZUNGU

   

INKOSI NICHOLUS VALELA MBOTHO

   

INKOSI EMMANUEL ZWELIBONGILE JALI

   

INKOSI NTAMONDE MTHETHO MACHI

   

INKOSI ZWELIBANZI AGGRIPPA NGCOBO

   

INKOSI THEMBA WINSTON MAVUNDLA

   

INKOSI THEMBEKILE CAROL CELE

   

INKOSI MXOLISI BUHLEBEZWE WILSON XOLO

   

INKOSI BHEKIZIZWE STANELY NZIMAKWE

   

INKOSI DUMISANI FREDERICK MVUNDLA

   

INKOSI SAZI NELSON NDWALANE

   

INKOSI ZIWENGU SAUL LUSHABA

   

INKOSI MOSES ZAMINDLELA NGAMZIZWE MADLALA

   

INKOSI MENZI SIBUSISO NDLOVU

   

INKOSI BHEKUKWENZA NTANZI

   

INKOSI ZWELINJANI MHLABUNZIMA MTHULI

   

INKOSI SHOKWAKHE BENJAMINI

   

INKOSI NKOSIYEZWE PRINCE GCUMISA

   

INKOSI IRVIN BHEKIZWE NGUBANE

   

INKOSI BONGUMUSA GLADWELL GWAMANDA

   

INKOSI MANQOBA FRED MKHIZE

   

INKOSI NDUNA MCHUNU

   

INKOSI ERIC SIMPHIWE ZUMA

   

Ibambakukhosi Nozipho Charity Molefe

   

INKOSI NSIKAYEZWE WELCOME ZONDI

   

INKOSI MAVIYO SIHLANGUSEMPI PROTAS NGCOBO

   

INKOSI THEMBA MKHIZE

   

INKOSI NHLAKANIPHO KHULEZWENI MAPHUMULO

   

INKOSI SIKHOSIPHI ELLIOT MDLULI

   

INKOSI PHUMLANI

   

Ibambakhukosi Lindiwe Zodwa Dlamini

   

INKOSI PHATHIZWE RAYNOLD SITHOLE

   

INKOSI MOYENI PHILMON MKHIZE

   

Ibambabhukosi Thandekile Ruth Khumalo

   

INKOSI MAKHOSESIZWE ARMSTRONG JUNIOR INKOSI

   

INKOSI MANDLENKOSI ABNER RADEBE

   

INKOSI NTANDOYENKOSI BISSET SHABALALA

   

INKOSI FANA VICTOR MBHENSE

   

INKOSI MAXWELL MANDLAKAYISE NXUMALO

   

INKOSI SIPHIWE SYDNEY KUNENE

   

Ibambabhukosi Ngqayizivele Sipho Wiseman Sithole

   

INKOSI CYRIL NTSHONTSHO ZWANE

   

Ibambabhukosi Bhekukwenza Selby Sithole

   

Ibambabhukosi Thembisile Beatrice

   

INKOSI SIYABONGA ALFRED MCHUNU

   

Ibambabhukosi Nicholus Mnkwanyane

   

Ibambabhukosi Nduna Mchunu

   

INKOSI NHLANGANISO WALTER

   

INKOSI XOLANI SELBY MAZIBUKO

   

INKOSI MUZIWENKOSI JOHANNES RADEBE

   

Ibambabhukosi Nobentungwa Flora Ndaba

   

Ibambabhukosi Malusi Abednigo Dlamini

   

INKOSI SBONELO NKOSINATHI Mkhize

   

Inkosi Njabula Blessing Miya

   

Ibambabhukosi Menzi Hlongwane

   

INKOSI MCHITHWA SIMON TSHABALALA

   

INKOSI PHALLANG BOKANG NKGAULISE MOLEFE

   

INKOSI HATHEZAKHE JOSEPH Ngobese

   

INKOSI MBHEKISENI PETROS MBANGOMUNI MAZIBUKO

   

INKOSI NKANYISO DERICK MNCUBE

   

INKOSI ISO LESILO BHEKUMUZI CLEMENT NGCOBO

   

INKOSI STEVENSON KHUMBULANI SITHOLE

   

INKOSI FISUKWAZI PRAISEGOD HLATSWAYO

   

INKOSI ZIPHOKUHLE DUNKELL MAJOZI

   

INKOSI SIPHAMANDLA WISEMAN MTHEMBU

   

INKOSI THEMBITSHE DININI PUTUKEZI MNTUNGWA

   

INKOSI PANO JOSEPH NGUBANE

   

INKOSI NGANGENDLOVU ELPHAS MCHUNU

   

INKOSI ZAKHELE SITHOLE

   

Ibambabhukosi Mduduzi Nkosiyohlanga Ngubane

   

INKOSI SIPHO SIBUSISO DLOMO

   

INKOSI MKHULULEKI CYVION DLOMO

   

INKOSI BONGOKUHLE ZONDI

   

INKOSI COSMOS SAWELA KUBHEKA

   

Ibambabhukosi Balungile Salgracia

   

INKOSI PATRIC SIPHAMANDLA SDUMO KHUMALO

   

INKOSI ZWELIHLE GRIPPA MABASO

   

INKOSI MADUBULA MBATHA

   

INKOSI ZWELIFILE PIET NZIMA

   

Ibambabhukosi Siphiwe Ester Shabalala

   

INKOSI SIPHIWE JAMES NKOSI

   

INKOSI AYANDA ZWANE

   

INKOSI MAXWELL GULE

   

INKOSI SIYABONGA WELCOME

   

INKOSI LUNGELO THUBALAKHE DLAMINI

   

INKOSI MBUTSHULWA JOSHUA NKOSI

   

Ibambabhukosi Bheki Paulos Sibisi

   

Ibambabhukosi Sphephile Favourite Msibi

   

INKOSI THAMSANQA KENNEDY SIBIYA

   

INKOSI MBONENI ABSOLOM

   

INKOSI SAMSON QEDUBUKHOSI MTUNGWA

   

INKOSI LONDOKWAKHE DAVID NTSHANGASE

   

INKOSI MAGUTSHWA BHEKINKOSI

   

INKOSI ELPHAS MFAKAZELENI BUTHELEZI

   

INKOSI MBHEKISENI ZEBLON GUMBI

   

Ibambabhukosi Nomvula Granny

   

INKOSI SAKHILE WELCOME / MDLALOSE

   

INKOSI DOUGLAS VUSI ZONDO

   

INKOSI JOSEPH MDLALOSE

   

INKOSI BHEKUMUZI MTHENGENI

   

INKOSI KENNETH MZWANDILE XULU

   

Ibambabhukosi Thandabantu Alois Zulu

   

Ibambabhukosi Malusi Abednigo Dlamini

   

INKOSI SBONELO NKOSINATHI Mkhize

   

Inkosi Njabula Blessing Miya

   

Ibambabhukosi Menzi Hlongwane

   

INKOSI MCHITHWA SIMON TSHABALALA

   

INKOSI PHALLANG BOKANG NKGAULISE MOLEFE

   

INKOSI HATHEZAKHE JOSEPH Ngobese

   

INKOSI MBHEKISENI PETROS MBANGOMUNI MAZIBUKO

   

INKOSI NKANYISO DERICK MNCUBE

   

INKOSI ISO LESILO BHEKUMUZI CLEMENT NGCOBO

   

INKOSI STEVENSON KHUMBULANI SITHOLE

   

INKOSI FISUKWAZI PRAISEGOD HLATSWAYO

   

INKOSI ZIPHOKUHLE DUNKELL MAJOZI

   

INKOSI SIPHAMANDLA WISEMAN MTHEMBU

   

INKOSI THEMBITSHE DININI PUTUKEZI MNTUNGWA

   

INKOSI PANO JOSEPH NGUBANE

   

INKOSI NGANGENDLOVU ELPHAS MCHUNU

   

INKOSI ZAKHELE SITHOLE

   

Ibambabhukosi Mduduzi Nkosiyohlanga Ngubane

   

INKOSI SIPHO SIBUSISO DLOMO

   

INKOSI MKHULULEKI CYVION DLOMO

   

INKOSI BONGOKUHLE ZONDI

   

INKOSI COSMOS SAWELA KUBHEKA

   

Ibambabhukosi Balungile Salgracia

   

INKOSI PATRIC SIPHAMANDLA SDUMO KHUMALO

   

INKOSI ZWELIHLE GRIPPA MABASO

   

INKOSI MADUBULA MBATHA

   

INKOSI ZWELIFILE PIET NZIMA

   

Ibambabhukosi Siphiwe Ester Shabalala

   

INKOSI SIPHIWE JAMES NKOSI

   

INKOSI AYANDA ZWANE

   

INKOSI MAXWELL GULE

   

INKOSI SIYABONGA WELCOME

   

INKOSI LUNGELO THUBALAKHE DLAMINI

   

INKOSI MBUTSHULWA JOSHUA NKOSI

   

Ibambabhukosi Bheki Paulos Sibisi

   

Ibambabhukosi Sphephile Favourite Msibi

   

INKOSI THAMSANQA KENNEDY SIBIYA

   

INKOSI MBONENI ABSOLOM

   

INKOSI SAMSON QEDUBUKHOSI MTUNGWA

   

INKOSI LONDOKWAKHE DAVID NTSHANGASE

   

INKOSI MAGUTSHWA BHEKINKOSI

   

INKOSI ELPHAS MFAKAZELENI BUTHELEZI

   

INKOSI MBHEKISENI ZEBLON GUMBI

   

Ibambabhukosi Nomvula Granny

   

INKOSI SAKHILE WELCOME / MDLALOSE

   

INKOSI DOUGLAS VUSI ZONDO

   

INKOSI JOSEPH MDLALOSE

   

INKOSI BHEKUMUZI MTHENGENI

   

INKOSI KENNETH MZWANDILE XULU

   

Ibambabhukosi Thandabantu Alois Zulu

   

INKOSI EUGENE BHEKINTITHA / Zulu

   

INGONYAMA ZWELITHINI GOODWILL ZULU

   

Dumisani Blusius Khumalo

   

Ibambabhukosi Precious Thabisile Zulu

   

INKOSI BHEKIZITHA ZULU

   

INKOSI SIBUSISO THIBELAMAMBUKA ZITHULELE

   

INKOSI SIZWE LUCKY NQOBIZIZWE / NBATHA

   

INKOSI FALETHU ALEXIUS

   

INKOSI MAGENDE PLACIDUS /MLABA

   

INKOSI SPHESIHLE LETHUKUTHULA

   

Ibambabhukosi Nomvula Mavis

   

INKOSI MFANUVELE DERRICK BUTHELEZI

   

INKOSI MABHUDU ISRAEL TEMBE

   

INKOSI SIZABANTU JOSIAH GUMEDE

   

INKOSI KHULEZWENI THUTHUKANI HOPEWELL NXUMALO

   

INKOSI NDABEZINHLE ISRAEL / ZIKHALI

   

Ibambabhukosi Doreen Viola Mathenjwa

   

INKOSI MPUMELELO MNGOMEZULU

   

INKOSI MKHULUMELI MAURICE NYAWO

   

INKOSI SIBONISI JOBE

   

INKOSI SANDLASENKOSI SIFISO MYENI

   

INKOSI BHEKITHEMBA FREE-WIL MYENI

   

INKOSI THOKOZANI MBUSO GUMEDE

   

INKOSI MZOKHULAYO MKHWANAZI

   

INKOSI SABELO KHUMBULANI NGWANE

   

INKOSI ZWELINZIMA THWALIZWE GUMEDE

   

INKOSI GAMALENKOSI ERICK MDLULI

   

INKOSI BONGA NKANYISO MDLETSHE

   

INKOSI DANIEL JOYFUL HLABISA

   

Ibambabukhosi Nonhlanhla Jabu Hlabisa

   

INKOSI PHINEAS BUZAYIPHI MTHIYANE

   

INKOSI MARTIN JIMMY MBUYAZI

   

INKOSI NTEMBA

   

INKOSI MCHAZENI MTHIYANE

   

Ibambabhukosi Nolwazi Brightness Khoza

   

INKOSI ZENZO KHULUMANGIFILE ZUNGU

   

Ibambabhukosi Mandla Mbeki Mkhwanazi

   

Ibambabhukosi Msawenkosi Seletshe Dube

   

INKOSI BONGINKOSI SHILO MTHEMBU

   

INKOSI NSIKAYEZWE RUSSEL CEBEKHULU

   

INKOSI HLANGANANI CAMERON BIYELA

   

INKOSI MHLABA SAM

   

INKOSI THANDISIZWE SIYABONGA MPUNGOSE

   

ISIPHAKANYISWA THEMBINKOSI WILSON ZULU

   

INKOSI VELA THANDAMUPHI SHANGASE

   

ISIPHAKANYISWA VICTORIA THEMBELIHLE DUBE

   

INKOSI ZWELEZINDUNA MAY BIYELA

   

INKOSI SITHEMBISO NTULI

   

INKOSI SIFISO REGINALD BIYELA

   

INKOSI PHUMLANI SIBONISO ZULU

   

INKOSI THANDUYISE NKOSINATHI MZIMELA

   

INKOSI ALPHEUS VELESHOWE ZULU

   

INKOSI THEMBA MUNTUKAFI NZUZA

   

INKOSI ZWELOMBANGO ERIC KHOZA

   

INKOSI VELEMANDLENI BIYELA

   

INKOSI SIPHIWE THANDAZANI ZULU

   

INKOSI CHAKIDE PHIWAYINKOSI BIYELA

   

INKOSI LKK ZONDI

   

INKOSI MHLABUYAHLUPHA WILLIAM SIBISI

   

INKOSI KHIPHEZAKHE MBHEKISENI MCHUNU

   

INKOSI N DLOMO

   

INKOSI THEMBA EMMANUEL ZWANE

   

INKOSI ZAKHE DAVIDSON MPUNGOSE

   

INKOSI BHEKIZWE PHILMON

   

INKOSI BHEKISABELO STHEMBISO SHEZI

   

INKOSI TOTALI PROTAS

   

INKOSI THEMBINKOSI NORMAN XULU

   

INKOSI GODIDE ANDREAS NTULI

   

INKOSI SIZWESONKE VINCENT MAGWAZA

   

INKOSI MUZIWAMI THEMBINKOSI ZUMA

   

INKOSI BUSANGOKWAKHE

   

Ibambabhukosi Zandile Biyela

   

INKOSI PHIWOKWAKHE MICHAEL

   

INKOSI PROTAS MTHOKOZISI MATHABA

   

INKOSI LINDA SONO MATHOSI

   

INKOSI MGWAVUMELENI WELLINGTON MHLONGO

   

Ibambabhukosi Mtholeni Nkosinathi Ngcobo

   

INKOSI VICTOR BHEKISISA MATHONSI

   

INKOSI HECTOR KHULEKANI ,DUBE

   

Ibambabhukosi Daniel Zakhele Gumede

   

Ibambabhukosi Azari Mphamandla Zulu

   

Ibambabhukosi Bhekinkosi Mabhi Cele

   

INKOSI MTHEMBU MV

   

INKOSI NDODI MZUNGEZI NDIMANDE

   

Ibambabhukosi Fikelephi

   

Ibambabhukosi Lamleni

   

Ibambabhukosi Mlungisi Phillip Ngcobo

   

INKOSI PRINCE BONOKWAKHE GUMEDE

   

INKOSI SIFISO WISEMEN NGCOBO

   

Ibambabhukosi Gloria Nobuhle Ngcobo

   

INKOSI BHEKIZWE NGCOBO

   

INKOSI BONGANI VUKANI

   

INKOSI MUNTUWANGENZANI RAPHAEL

   

INKOSI THULANI PATRICK CIBANE

   

INKOSI MEHLESISIZWE GLADWELL

   

Ibambabhukosi Makhehlana Wilson Chili

   

INKOSI SIBONGISENI KHUMALO

   

INKOSI NKOSIKHONA ANDRIES BHENGU

   

INKOSI KHOMBALAPHA THEMBA THEO NGUBANE

   

INKOSI VICTOR BHEKISISA MATHONSI

   

INKOSI HECTOR KHULEKANI ,DUBE

   

Ibambabhukosi Daniel Zakhele Gumede

   

Ibambabhukosi Azari Mphamandla Zulu

   

Ibambabhukosi Bhekinkosi Mabhi Cele

   

INKOSI MTHEMBU MV

   

INKOSI NDODI MZUNGEZI NDIMANDE

   

Ibambabhukosi Fikelephi

   

Ibambabhukosi Lamleni

   

Ibambabhukosi Mlungisi Phillip Ngcobo

   

INKOSI PRINCE BONOKWAKHE GUMEDE

   

INKOSI SIFISO WISEMEN NGCOBO

   

Ibambabhukosi Gloria Nobuhle Ngcobo

   

INKOSI BHEKIZWE NGCOBO

   

INKOSI BONGANI VUKANI

   

INKOSI MUNTUWANGENZANI RAPHAEL

   

INKOSI THULANI PATRICK CIBANE

   

INKOSI MEHLESISIZWE GLADWELL

   

Ibambabhukosi Makhehlana Wilson Chili

   

INKOSI SIBONGISENI KHUMALO

   

INKOSI NKOSIKHONA ANDRIES BHENGU

   

INKOSI KHOMBALAPHA THEMBA THEO NGUBANE

   

INKOSI SIPHAMANDLA ARTWELL HLONGWA

   

INKOSI NC ZUBANE

   

INKOSI JOHN MBEKENI NTULI

   

IBAMBA MBUSO K ZULU

   

INKOSI BHEKINDUNA SIPHO MKHIZE

   

INKOSI MQOQI BERNARD NGCOBO

   

INKOSI BHEKABANTU CHRISTOPHER KHUZWAYO

   

INKOSI MAKHOSINI WELLINGTON QWABE

   

INKOSI VICTOR THULASIZWE NGCOBO

   

INKOSI KHULEKANI WALTER MKHULISE

   

INKOSI ZWELINZIMA VITUS ZULU

   

INKOSI ALFRED BHEKI DLAMINI

   

INKOSI DONATUS THULABEZWE DLAMINI

   

Iziphakanyiswa Vusi Themba Raphael

   

INKOSI MZITSHWA PATRICK MEMELA

   

INKOSI NC ZUBANE

   

INKOSI JOHN MBEKENI NTULI

   

IBAMBA MBUSO K ZULU

   

INKOSI BHEKINDUNA SIPHO MKHIZE

   

INKOSI MQOQI BERNARD NGCOBO

   

INKOSI BHEKABANTU CHRISTOPHER KHUZWAYO

   

INKOSI MAKHOSINI WELLINGTON QWABE

   

INKOSI VICTOR THULASIZWE NGCOBO

   

INKOSI KHULEKANI WALTER MKHULISE

   

INKOSI ZWELINZIMA VITUS ZULU

   

INKOSI ALFRED BHEKI DLAMINI

   

INKOSI DONATUS THULABEZWE DLAMINI

   

Iziphakanyiswa Vusi Themba Raphael

   

INKOSI MZITSHWA PATRICK MEMELA

   

INKOSI PHILANGEZWI VUMANI GWALA

   

Ibambabhukosi Sannie Ngubane

   

MORENA THABO DONALD MOLEFE

   

INKOSI ANDREAS BHEKUMUZI DUMA

   

ibambabukhosI ELLIOT ZAMOKUHLE MKHIZE

   

Ibambabhukosi Thokozile Ndlovu

   

Ibambabhukosi Nelisiwe Janet Mkhize

   

INKOSI ALEX FANA DLAMINI

   

Ibambabhukosi Ncamisile Beatrice Dlamini

   

INKOSI DAVID WITNESS FAKAZI MKHIZE

   

INKOSI MBONENI BENEDICT MJOLI

   

Ibambabhukosi Thembinkosi Paulos Dlamini

   

INKOSI MUSAWENKOSI JOHANNES DLAMINI

   

INKOSI MSEKELI SIZWESIHLE ISRAEL ZULU

   

INKOSI PHATHISIZWE DONATUS HASTINGS CHILIZA

   

INKOSI LUCKY FODO

   

INKOSI VELILE JOZANA

   

Ibambabhukosi Nicholus M Msingaphansi

   

Ibambabhukosi Lawrence Thanduxolo Baleni

   

Ibambabhukosi DadiWilson Ntlabati

   

Ibambabhukosi Mzikayise Shadrack Manci

   

Ibambabhukosi Vusamadoda Vincent Zimema

   

Ibambabhukosi Nicholison Daluxolo

Gauteng

Two (2)

Inkosi Kgomotso Cornelius Kekana

   

Inkosi Mokhamvi Petrus Mahlangu

Eastern Cape

Two hundred and thirty eight (238)

INKOSI JALI MZUBANZI WELLINGTON

   

INKOSI BUSOSHE MBUYISELA

   

INKOSI SIWANI LUDWED MCDONALD

   

INKOSI KUBASHE BARNEY RICHARD NGQIKA

   

INKOSI KOMANI ZOLEKA LYNETTE

   

INKOSI MAQOMA LUVUYO JOSEPH

   

INKOSI TSHATSHU LINDILE

   

INKOSI TOISE ZWELIZOLILE WELCOME

   

INKOSI MAKINANA DALIWE DOUGLAS

   

INKOSI JONGILANGA NOMAXHOSA

   

MATLAURISI CATHERINE

   

Acting Inkosana Pato Nondenze Alice

   

Acting Inkosi Manxiwa Bessie

   

Acting Inkosi Sigcawu Msondezi

   

INKOSI SALKU PHATHWA MAGWA WILSON

   

INKOSI MTOTO MATSHAWONKE

   

INKOSI MANXIWA MOMFUMANEKO

   

INKOSI DUMALISILE SIBONGILE

   

Inkosana Mazamisa Mongomery M

   

Inkosana Malgas Margaret

   

Inkosana Bikitsha Siviwe S

   

Inkosana Sipunzi Momelezi

   

INKOSI BONKOLO M

   

INKOSI SIGIDI MDUDULI

   

INKOSI SIGCAU MTETO

   

INKOSI SIHLANU OLEWETHU

   

Acting INKOSI MNCANCA ZAMEKO

   

INKOSI SIGCAU XANTI MPENDULO

   

INKOSI SIGIDI BERNAS W

   

Acting INKOSI GWEBINDLALA NOBANGILE

   

INKOSI GWEBINDLALA VUYANI

   

INKOSI MFAZWE SIMON

   

INKOSI ZUNGUZANE AMOS

   

INKOSI BINASE SANDISO EXTENION

   

INKOSI NDEVU XOLILE SYDNEY

   

Acting Inkosana Silo Onti Maritz

   

INKOSI NGONYAMA AYANDA

   

Acting Inkosi Mdabuka No - Ofisi

   

Inkosana Sigxina Mnumzana

   

INKOSI BIKITSHA PAKADE XAVIER

   

INKOSI LUZIPO MZIKABAWO

   

Acting Inkosi Vuso Nobandla Xoliswa

   

INKOSI MKHATSHANE PUMZILE

   

Acting INKOSI MAGODLA TANDIWE

   

INKOSI NOBANDA VINCENT

   

INKOSI NKWENKWEZI LANGALETHU

   

Acting INKOSI ZULU SIZWE

   

INKOSI NGCONGOLO JONGILIZWE

   

INKOSI MAPASA ANDERSON

   

INKOSI SALAKUPHATWA M

   

INKOSI MCOTAMA NTOBEKO

   

INKOSI SANDILE BABA JOSEPH

   

INKOSI PHIKISA MALEBONGWE

   

INKOSI KONA NOSURGEON V

   

Regent Inkosi Dondashe Nomlindelo Vuyiswa Gloria

   

INKOSI PIKISA MEKENI

   

Acting Inkosana Swelindawo Tobeka

   

INKOSI TYALI TSHITSHILAKE DIKE

   

INKOSANA NTLEKI BUYISILE LOUW

   

INKOSANA DYANTYI ZONWABILE M

   

INKOSANA SOGA SIPUO LENNOX

   

Acting INKOSANA ULANA NDLOVU JACKSON

   

INKOSI BONKOLO M

   

INKOSI SIGIDI MDUDULI

   

INKOSI SIGCAU MTETO

   

INKOSI SIHLANU OLEWETHU

   

Acting INKOSI MNCANCA ZAMEKO

   

INKOSI SIGCAU XANTI MPENDULO

   

INKOSI SIGIDI BERNAS W

   

Acting INKOSI GWEBINDLALA NOBANGILE

   

INKOSI GWEBINDLALA VUYANI

   

INKOSI MFAZWE SIMON

   

INKOSI ZUNGUZANE AMOS

   

INKOSI BINASE SANDISO EXTENION

   

INKOSI NDEVU XOLILE SYDNEY

   

Acting Inkosana Silo Onti Maritz

   

INKOSI NGONYAMA AYANDA

   

Acting Inkosi Mdabuka No - Ofisi

   

Inkosana Sigxina Mnumzana

   

INKOSI BIKITSHA PAKADE XAVIER

   

INKOSI LUZIPO MZIKABAWO

   

Acting Inkosi Vuso Nobandla Xoliswa

   

INKOSI MKHATSHANE PUMZILE

   

Acting INKOSI MAGODLA TANDIWE

   

INKOSI NOBANDA VINCENT

   

INKOSI NKWENKWEZI LANGALETHU

   

Acting INKOSI ZULU SIZWE

   

INKOSI NGCONGOLO JONGILIZWE

   

INKOSI MAPASA ANDERSON

   

INKOSI SALAKUPHATWA M

   

INKOSI MCOTAMA NTOBEKO

   

INKOSI SANDILE BABA JOSEPH

   

INKOSI PHIKISA MALEBONGWE

   

INKOSI KONA NOSURGEON V

   

Regent Inkosi Dondashe Nomlindelo Vuyiswa Gloria

   

INKOSI PIKISA MEKENI

   

Acting Inkosana Swelindawo Tobeka

   

INKOSI TYALI TSHITSHILAKE DIKE

   

INKOSANA NTLEKI BUYISILE LOUW

   

INKOSANA DYANTYI ZONWABILE M

   

INKOSANA SOGA SIPUO LENNOX

   

Acting INKOSANA ULANA NDLOVU JACKSON

   

INKOSI GAYIKA DAVID

   

INKOSI SANDILE NTOMBEKHAYA

   

INKOSI NJOKWENI ZANOVUYO PATRICK

   

INKOSI MRWEBO MZOXOLO

   

INKOSI MSUTU NTOMBIZODWA IRENE

   

INKOSI NGWEKAZI SI ZAKELE SYDNEY

   

INKOSI NJOKWENI ZOLA MATTHEWS

   

INKOSI MAKINANA MXOLISI HAMILTON

   

Acting INKOSI MHLAULI NOMANDLA DOROTHY

   

INKOSI MATOMELA MALISO MATHEWS

   

INKOSI SWELINDAWO DUMALITSHILE STANFORD

   

INKOSI MSUTU BIRTHWELL

   

INKOSI MQALO KHAYALETU

   

INKOSI ZULU XABISO GOLDEN

   

INKOSI MAVUSO LANGA

   

INKOSI TYALI MZUKISI BONGANI

   

INKOSI BURNS-NCAMASHE SISANDA

SIPUXOLO G

   

INKOSI NDLAZI NOMALUNGELO MAVIS

   

Regent INKOSI KAMA NOMBULELO ANORIA

   

INKOSI ZIBI VULISANGO BETHWELL

   

INKOSI MHLAMBISO SIPHIWE

   

INKOSI TYALI MZIMASI

   

INKOSI MAQOMA MSOBOMVU SISEKO

   

Acting INKOSI MABANDLA TANDATU J

   

INKOSI MALEFANE LEEPO JONAS

   

INKOSI ZIMEMA BUCHULE

   

INKOSI HEBE SIMON VIWE

   

Regent INKOSI HINANA LUNGELWA CYNTHIA

   

INKOSI BEBEZA SIVIWE

   

INKOSI MATANZIMA SEBENZILE EDWARD

   

INKOSI NDARALA ZAKHELE Z

   

INKOSI MGUDLWA DUMISANI

   

INKOSI SABATA MZUKISI BONGANI

   

INKOSI SABATA MZWAMADODA

   

INKOSI MATANZIMA BUYANDA

   

INKOSI MATANZIMA DINAAR V

   

INKOSI SIGCAU LUPUMZO BUZWE

   

INKOSI MNQANQENI ADOLPHUS

   

INKOSI NQWILISO SIZINZO MATANZIMA

   

INKOSI XOLILE MFANTA

   

INKOSI MPANGELE LWANDISO

   

INKOSI MTIRARA NKOSIPHENDULE

   

INKOSI MHLONTLO MMELI T

   

INKOSI VULINDLELA SIMON

   

INKOSI MATANZIMA MBUZO JACOB

   

INKOSI MTIRARA SINDILE INNES ZWELODUMO

   

Regent INKOSI DALASILE NOSANGO P

   

INKOSI MBEKENI VUYISANANI

   

Inkosana Dalasile Ndiphiwe N

   

INKOSI MCABA SISEKO

   

INKOSI DALASILE JOMO MAKI

   

INKOSI MNQANQENI ROYAL ZULULIYAZONGOMA

   

INKOSI MGUDLWA SANDILE HARRINGTON

   

INKOSI KWEKWANA KHAYALETHU

   

INKOSI GUNGUBELE KHAYALAKHE

   

INKOSI JEZILE NKOSINATHI

   

INKOSI GECELO BONGANI

   

INKOSI STOKWE SOMIDAKA

   

Inkosana ZENGETWA MOSES M

   

Inkosana MSENGANA BENEDICT BN

   

INKOSI LEHANA MONTOELI T

   

INKOSI LEBENYA GREGORY K

   

INKOSI ZIBI THOZAMILE T

   

INKOSI SEJOSENGOE TSIAMO J

   

INKOSANA MDLETYE ARCHIBALD M

   

INKOSI LONDILE GCINILIZWE

   

INKOSI OMBEWU GCINISIZWE

   

INKOSI MEHLOMAKULU SISEKO A

   

INKOSI NKOPANE MANASE E

   

INKOSI BEBEZA XOLISWA M

   

Acting INKOSI HUKANI M

   

INKOSI MANXEBA LUNGELO

   

Acting INKOSI KAUDI MANTEKE M

   

INKOSI SIGCAU LM

   

ACTING INKOSI SIGCAU CAWEKAZI P

   

INKOSI SIGCAU VUYO N

   

INKOSI SIGCAU ZWELIXOLILE

   

INKOSI MHLANGA ZWELIBONGILE W

   

Regent INKOSI MDITSHWA CYNTHIA N

   

INKOSI DINWAYO LUTHANDO

   

INKOSI JIBA NKOSITHANDILE

   

INKOSI NDABANKULU DILIZA

   

Acting INKOSI SIGCAU ZUZIWE VICTOR

   

INKOSI SIGCAU MASIKO W

   

INKOSI NONKONYANA MWELO

   

Acting INKOSI NJIJASANE MZWANDILE M

   

INKOSI MDUTSHANE ADVOCATE CG

   

INKOSI SIGCAU NJINGALWAZI

   

INKOSI NDAMASE ANDILE

   

INKOSI NDAMASE SINIKILE

   

INKOSI NDABENI VAKELE

   

INKOSI MEJI MANDLA

   

Acting INKOSI LANGA VUYOLETHU

   

INKOSI JEZILE NKOSINATHI

   

INKOSI GECELO BONGANI

   

INKOSI STOKWE SOMIDAKA

   

Inkosana ZENGETWA MOSES M

   

Inkosana MSENGANA BENEDICT BN

   

INKOSI LEHANA MONTOELI T

   

INKOSI LEBENYA GREGORY K

   

INKOSI ZIBI THOZAMILE T

   

INKOSI SEJOSENGOE TSIAMO J

   

INKOSANA MDLETYE ARCHIBALD M

   

INKOSI LONDILE GCINILIZWE

   

INKOSI OMBEWU GCINISIZWE

   

INKOSI MEHLOMAKULU SISEKO A

   

INKOSI NKOPANE MANASE E

   

INKOSI BEBEZA XOLISWA M

   

Acting INKOSI HUKANI M

   

INKOSI MANXEBA LUNGELO

   

Acting INKOSI KAUDI MANTEKE M

   

INKOSI SIGCAU LM

   

ACTING INKOSI SIGCAU CAWEKAZI P

   

INKOSI SIGCAU VUYO N

   

INKOSI SIGCAU ZWELIXOLILE

   

INKOSI MHLANGA ZWELIBONGILE W

   

Regent INKOSI MDITSHWA CYNTHIA N

   

INKOSI DINWAYO LUTHANDO

   

INKOSI JIBA NKOSITHANDILE

   

INKOSI NDABANKULU DILIZA

   

Acting INKOSI SIGCAU ZUZIWE VICTOR

   

INKOSI SIGCAU MASIKO W

   

INKOSI NONKONYANA MWELO

   

Acting INKOSI NJIJASANE MZWANDILE M

   

INKOSI MDUTSHANE ADVOCATE CG

   

INKOSI SIGCAU NJINGALWAZI

   

INKOSI NDAMASE ANDILE

   

INKOSI NDAMASE SINIKILE

   

INKOSI NDABENI VAKELE

   

INKOSI MEJI MANDLA

   

Acting INKOSI LANGA VUYOLETHU

   

INKOSI MBANGATA MZINGISI

   

Regent INKOSI MGCOTYELWA NOBUBELE P

   

Regent INKOSI NDAMASE HOMBAKAZI

   

Regent INKOSI NDAMASE FIKELEPI D

   

Acting INKOSI MKWENKWESE NOWAYITILE

   

INKOSI NDAMASE DERRICK Z

   

INKOSI NDAMASE JONGIMFAZWE

   

INKOSI HLOMENDLINI LUNGELO H

   

Acting INKOSI BOKLENI M MANGALISO

   

INKOSI NDAMASE MALIZOLE M

   

INKOSI MADIKIZELA NGUBESIZWE

   

Acting INKOSI GWADISO MPUMALANGA A

   

INKOSI NDAMASE BUKHOSIBAKHE

   

INKOSI NDAMASE NTANDOYESIZWE N

   

INKOSI NDAMASE ZWELICACILE B

   

INKOSI MDITSHWA MANDLESIZWE

   

INKOSI TYALI GCOBAMNI S

   

INKOSANA NTULI MADOD'DEBHUNGA

   

INKOSI MDITSHWA LUYANDA

   

INKOSI MABANDLA MTHANDENI G

   

Acting INKOSI RANUGA MNONELELI

   

Inkosana Cetywayo Ethel K

   

INKOSI NGUDLE BUYANDA FAMILY

   

INKOSI MCHASA DALBY HENDRY

   

INKOSI LUDIDI NOLITHA

   

INKOSI MATIWANE SIKUMBUZO

   

INKOSI MATIWANE LUZUKO

   

INKOSI MADOLO CHUMANI

   

INKOSANA MNTONINTSHI MBULELO R

   

INKOSI MAJEKE MS

   

INKOSANA MATYOBENI MOMELEZI

   

INKOSANA MTETO TEMBEKILE

   

INKOSI MOSHOESHOE MS

   

INKOSI MTIRARA BRENDA PHINDIWE

   

INKOSI JOYI NTSIKA

   

INKOSI MTIRARA MFUNDISO

   

INKOSI SANGONI NTSIKELELO D

   

INKOSI MBANDE NEZILE N

   

INKOSI MTIRARA THEMBINKOSI

   

INKOSI MTIRARA AVELILE

   

INKOSI MGOLOMBANE SAKHIWO V

   

INKOSI NGONYAMA NONDUMISO P

   

INKOSI JUMBA KUTHALA

   

Acting INKOSI MANDELA/ PERRY RR

   

INKOSI BACELA WILBERFORCE N

   

INKOSI SANDILE MANELISI T

   

INKOSI MTIRARA MPETELI C

   

INKOSI DALASILE VUYISA

   

INKOSI PALI ALFRED

   

Acting INKOSI HOLOMISA PHYIIIS N

   

INKOSI MTWA TINA

   

Regent INKOSI SIZIBA IVY FEZEKA

   

Acting INKOSI LUDIDI BERNARD S

   

Acting INKOSI MATANDELA DEGREEN

   

INKOSI MOSHOESHOE JEREMIAH D

   

INKOSI LUPINDO YOLISWA YVONNE

   

INKOSI SIBI RACHAEL PALEO

   

TYHALI THEMBANI J

   

Inkosana Khoapa Taleja C

   

Regent BALENI MALEABA HDM

   

Makhoba Sphithi Alex HDM

   

INKOSI MAGADLA THANDOXOLO

   

Acting INKOSI FIKENI NOMATEMBA E

   

Inkosana Gogela Mlungiseleli

   

INKOSI JOJO SIYASONGA PATRICK

   

INKOSI NOTA SINELISIWE

   

Acting INKOSI MDITSHWA JD

   

INKOSI NTOLA BHEKABAMBO O

   

INKOSI MLINDAZWE V. MZOBANZI

   

INKOSI BALENI LUNGA

   

INKOSI HLAMANDANA SIYABONGA

   

Regent INKOSI LANGASIKI BULELWA

   

Regent Inkosana Sontsele Nontembeko

   

Inkosana Bhenxa Mlandeli

   

Regent Inkosi Makunze Nolizwi

   

Regent INKOSI MAKAULA TEMBISILE NOKHWEZI

   

INKOSI DIKO MADZIKANE T

   

INKOSI MDUTYANA M PHILA

   

INKOSANA NDUMNDUM NDIYABULELA

   

INKOSANA MAKAULA FR

   

INKOSI DIKO MAKHOSINI

   

INKOSI SIYOYO KHOLISILE C

   

INKOSI SIGCAU FORTY-MAN

   

INKOSI TYHALI THEMBANI J

   

Inkosana Khoapa Taleja C

   

Regent BALENI MALEABA HDM

   

INKOSI Makhoba Sphithi Alex HDM

   

INKOSI MAGADLA THANDOXOLO

   

Acting INKOSI FIKENI NOMATEMBA E

   

Inkosana Gogela Mlungiseleli

   

INKOSI JOJO SIYASONGA PATRICK

   

INKOSI NOTA SINELISIWE

   

Acting INKOSI MDITSHWA JD

   

INKOSI NTOLA BHEKABAMBO O

   

INKOSI MLINDAZWE V. MZOBANZI

   

INKOSI BALENI LUNGA

   

INKOSI HLAMANDANA SIYABONGA

   

Regent INKOSI LANGASIKI BULELWA

   

Regent Inkosana Sontsele Nontembeko

   

Inkosana Bhenxa Mlandeli

   

Regent Inkosi Makunze Nolizwi

   

Regent INKOSI MAKAULA TEMBISILE NOKHWEZI

   

INKOSI DIKO MADZIKANE T

   

INKOSI MDUTYANA M PHILA

   

INKOSANA NDUMNDUM NDIYABULELA

   

INKOSANA MAKAULA FR

   

INKOSI DIKO MAKHOSINI

   

INKOSI SIYOYO KHOLISILE C

   

INKOSI SIGCAU FORTY-MAN

25 July 2018 - NW1996

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Dreyer, Ms AM to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

(1) What (a) number of water quality tests did the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality conduct (i) in the (aa) 2014-15, (bb) 2015-16, (cc) 2016-17 and (dd) 2017-18 financial years and (ii) since 1 April 2018 and (b) were the results of each test; (2) Will he furnish Mrs A M Dreyer with copies of each quality test?

Reply:

The information requested by the Honourable Member is not readily available in the Department. However, the Department has engaged the Municipality to obtain the relevant information. The information will be submitted to the Honourable Member as soon as it is available.

07 July 2018 - NW1610

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Mileham, Mr K to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

Whether any municipalities in the North West Province (a) have been placed under administration and/or (b) had any municipal functions taken over by the Government as a result of the recent intervention by the Inter-Ministerial Task Team in the province in line with section 100 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996; if not, why not; if so, (i) which municipalities have been affected, (ii) what is the scope, objective and duration of the intervention, (iii) what is the (aa) expected duration and (bb) criteria for the termination of the intervention and (iv) what process was followed in intervening in the municipality in each case?

Reply:

a) The Inter-Ministerial Task Team identified 12 municipalities in the North West that were deemed to be under tremendous distressed to be prioritized for dedicated support. The approach of support at these 12 municipalities focuses on the 3 priority areas, namely:

(i) Governance – audit outcomes; unauthorised, irregular and fruitless and wasteful expenditure; internal control and oversight environment; filling of critical senior managers positions in compliance with regulations, implementation of forensic reports that were conducted also conducting investigations in terms of section 106 of the Municipal Systems Act; strengthen political and administrative interface; quality of political leadership and institutionalisation of the Code of Conduct for Councillors and Officials as provided for in schedule 1 and 2 of the Municipal Systems Act in order to address accountability and consequence management.

(ii) Service delivery – infrastructure planning, delivery and implementation management; priority action plans for Water Services Authority to address operational vulnerabilities including maintenance and refurbishment; resolve roles and responsibilities between district and local municipalities with respect to the water and sanitation function by reviewing the existing Service Level Agreements (SLA); accelerate spending on Municipal Infrastructure Grant (MIG) to improve service delivery.

(iii) Financial management – budget management, cash control, debtor management, revenue enhancement, supply chain management and development of financial recovery plans.

(b) Subsequently, the Minister for Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs issued a directive in terms of section 100(1)(a) to the MEC for Local Government and Human Settlement to make corrective measures regarding the weakness and shortcomings of the Department’s failure to approve and implement the organizational structure for the past five year. Due to lack of adequate capacity, the Department had also failed to provide support to the 22 municipalities. This was affirmed by the recent Auditor-General’s reports, that showed that North West province is the third highest amongst provinces with the worst performing municipalities.

As part of implementation of the directive, the MEC for Local Government and Human Settlement, on 12 June 2018, issued a directive to all 22 municipalities in terms of section 139(1)(a) of the Constitution. Mayors were directed to implement and prioritize corrective measures and report to the MEC on monthly basis the following critical areas:

  1. Post Audit Action Plans.
  2. Appointment of senior managers.
  3. Acceleration of spending on infrastructure grants.
  4. Development of financial recovery plans,
  5. Review bloated municipal organizational structures.
  6. Implementation of Back to Basics Support Plans and
  7. Improve service delivery to communities to curb service delivery protest.

05 July 2018 - NW1354

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Mhlongo, Mr TW to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

Whether any municipal water pipelines intersect with the Sasol gas lines (a) within the Nasrec precinct and/or (b) in any other location next to the FNB Stadium; if so, (i) what are the consequences of the intersection, (ii) does the intersection cause an unsafe environment and (iii) what will be done to remedy the problem?

Reply:

According to the information received from the City of Johannesburg, municipal water pipelines do intersect with the Sasol gas lines:

(a) Within the Nasrec precinct; and

(b) In other locations next to the FNB Stadium.

(i) The only possible consequence, because of intersecting municipal water pipelines and Sasol gas lines, would occur when maintenance and/or construction occurs where there is a possibility of damage to the other pipeline, which would require repairs. The City of Johannesburg has its own gas mains and is therefore knowledgeable about what needs to be done in the case of an accident.

(ii) Yes, the intersection can, to a minimal extent, cause an unsafe environment in the event of an accident. The City of Johannesburg has assured COGTA that it would know what to do in the case of an accident.

(iii) The two organizations will exchange as-built drawings indicating where their pipelines are.

03 July 2018 - NW1632

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Dreyer, Ms AM to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

Whether, with reference to the reply to question 3529 on 15 December 2017, his department has since received the outstanding information?

Reply:

Yes, the below response is based on the outstanding information submitted to the Department of Cooperative Governance by the Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs in the Gauteng Province (“the Province”).

The following status prevails in respect of the number of persons that worked in each of the various political offices in the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Council:

(a) Mayor

Date

Number of Persons that Worked in the Office

As at 1 August 2016

54

As at 1 August 2017

63

(b) Speaker

Date

Number of Persons that Worked in the Office

As at 1 August 2016

8

As at 1 August 2017

8

(c) Chief Whip

Date

Number of Persons that Worked in the Office

As at 1 August 2016

20

As at 1 August 2017

35

(d) Mayoral Committee Members

There were ten (10) mayoral committee members as at 1 August 2016 and as at 1 August 2017.

Date

Number of Persons that Worked in the Office

As at 1 August 2016

10 Political Advisors

 

10 Personal Assistants

 

10 Administrative Assistants

As at 1 August 2017

10 Political Advisors

 

10 Personal Assistants

 

10 Administrative Assistants

(e) Chairperson of a Committee

There were fifteen (15) chairpersons of committees as at 1 August 2016, and seventeen (17) chairpersons of committees as at 1 August 2017.

Date

Number of Persons that Worked in the Office

As at 1 August 2016

6 Researchers

 

15 Administrative Assistants

 

6 Committee Administrators

As at 1 August 2017

6 Researchers

 

17 Administrative Assistants

 

6 Committee Administrators

In summary, the total number of staff members as at 1 August 2016 was 139, and as at 1 August 2017 it was 165.

1. The below background is based on a report submitted by the City of Ekurhuleni to the Province.

Parliamentary question relates to the previous reply to question 3529 on 3 November 2017

2. The Municipal Human Resource Systems unit in the Department of Cooperative Governance has developed draft regulations on the Local Government: Municipal Staff Regulations.

As per Chapter 2, Item 5(b)(2) of the above-mentioned draft, the following posts may be provided on the approved staff establishment in the offices of the political office bearers, subject to the category, size and affordability of municipality, including approval by council of the municipality:

Executive Mayor / Mayor

Deputy Executive Mayor/ Deputy Mayor

Speaker

Chief Whip / Whip

Councillor Support

       

Member of Executive Council/ Mayoral Committee/Chairperson of a subcouncil

Party Offices

  • Chief of Staff
  • Executive Secretary
  • Community Liaison Officer
  • Senior/ Registry Clerk
  • Driver
  • Head of the Office of Deputy Mayor
  • Executive Secretary
  • Driver
  • Head of the Office of the Speaker
  • Public Participation and Outreach Coordinator
  • Public Officer: Petitions and Hearings Ward Coordinator
  • Coordinator: Community Development Workers
  • Senior / Administrative Officer
  • Executive Secretary
  • Driver
  • Support Officer
  • Secretary
  • Manager: Councillor Support
  • Executive Support Officer per POB
  • Secretary per POB
  • Manager: Councillor Support
  • Executive Support Officer per POB
  • Researcher per POB
  • Secretary per POB

Possible Shared Resources:

1. Researcher and Speech Writer

2. Committee Support (Administration)

03 July 2018 - NW810

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Mileham, Mr K to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

(1)Whether any municipality’s health inspectorate department is understaffed; if so, (a) which municipality is affected and (b) what is the (i) actual and (ii) budgeted staff complement in each case; (2) whether any of the affected municipalities conducted any inspections on (a) food processing facilities, (b) food handling facilities and/or (c) restaurants, fast food take aways and other similar establishments falling within its boundary (i) in each of the past three financial years and (ii) since 1 April 2017; if not, in each case, why not; if so, what are the relevant details in each case?

Reply:

The information requested by the honorable member is not readily available in the department. However, the Department has engaged the 9 Provincial Departments responsible for local government to obtain the relevant information from all municipalities in the country. The information will be submitted to the Honourable Member as soon as it is available.

03 July 2018 - NW805

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Van Der Walt, Ms D to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

(1)With regard to the debt owed to Eskom by the (a) Modimolle, (b) Mookgophong and (c) Thabazimbi Local Municipalities in Limpopo, (i) what amount was owed by each specified municipality at the end of each of the past five financial years and (ii) who was the (aa) municipal manager and (bb) chief financial officer in each case; (2) whether any actions were taken to pay the outstanding debts; if not, why was no action taken; if so, what actions were taken;(3) whether any debts owed by the municipalities to Eskom were written off in the specified financial years; if so, what are the relevant details in each case?

Reply:

(1) (i) Table 1 presents the total amount owed by Modimolle, Mookgophong and Thabazimbi Local Municipalities in Limpopo at the end of the past four financial years as well as January 2018 as follows:

Table 1: Total amounts owed:

   

Financial year

NAME of Municipality

As at Jan_2018 (Rm)

Mar_2017 (Rm)

Mar_2016 (Rm)

Mar_2015 (Rm)

Mar_2014 (Rm)

MODIMOLLE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

133 677 479

89 691 778

30 052 581

6 216 489

5 479 296

MOOKGOPHONG LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

123 185 380

98 353 558

64 435 450

38 801 446

19 079 933

THABAZIMBI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

222 470 986

208 018 852

149 351 611

109 226 136

63 239 219

Grand Total

479 333 845

396 064 189

243 839 643

154 244 071

87 798 449

1. (ii) (aa)(bb)

 

2013/14

2014/15

2015/16

2016/17

2017/18

 

MM

MM

MM

MM

MM

Thabazimbi

Ntsoane M.E

Ntsoane M.E (Suspended)

Ntsoane M.E (Suspended)

Vacant

T.J. Ramagaga

Mookgophong

Magwala N.P

Vacant

Sebola O.P

Sebola O.P

Amalgamation

Modimolle

Vacant

Bambo N.S

Bambo N.S

Sebola O.P

Sebola O.P

 

CFO

CFO

CFO

CFO

CFO

Thabazimbi

Malema L.C

Malema L.C (Suspended)

vacant

vacant

Mhlanga S.N

Mookgophong

Eksteen D

Eksteen D

Eksteen D

Eksteen D

Amalgamation

Modimolle

Mathabatha

Mathabatha

Vacant

EKsteen D

vacant

2. Yes, Eskom was involved in the following actions:

  • Various payment arrangements were signed by these municipalities over time, but they were not fully honoured.
  • Eskom, with the intervention of national and provincial government (Treasury and CoGTA) have engaged municipalities in order to agree on realistic payment plans.
  • Promotion of Administration Justice Act (PAJA) was initiated against the three municipalities in question at different time periods.
  • Thabazimbi Municipality entered into several payment arrangements and none were honoured (April 2015, March 2017). Electricity supply was interrupted during October 2017 and November 2017. The municipality has subsequently signed a new payment arrangement with Eskom in December 2017 and it is being honoured monthly.

The municipality is busy with a project of installing smart metering in its residential areas although it is getting resistance from some customers. Upon finalisation of the project, the

smart metering initiative should assist the municipality with its revenue collection efforts.

  • Modimolle and Mookgophong Municipalities signed payment arrangements with Eskom in November 2016 and they were not honoured. Thereafter, they signed new payment arrangements in March 2017 and these were also not honoured. PAJA was initiated in November 2017 and the process was suspended after the municipalities entered into new payment arrangements that were signed in November 2017.

They have subsequently failed to honour their agreements and the electricity bulk supplies to the two municipalities are scheduled to be interrupted from 31 March 2018 as published.

3. Eskom has not written off any municipal debt in any of the abovementioned financial periods.

 

29 June 2018 - NW2005

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Mileham, Mr K to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

(1)With reference to the statement in his speech on the Budget Vote of his department on 15 May 2018 that only 7% of the country’s municipalities are considered to be functioning well, which (a) municipalities constitute the 7% of well-functioning municipalities and (b) criteria did the specified municipalities fulfil, which other municipalities did not, in order to be considered well-functioning; (2) whether his department has put any measures in place to encourage other municipalities to fulfil the criteria that the well-functioning municipalities have met; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

1(a) The following list of municipalities constitute the 7% well performing municipalities:

     

Audit opinion

Municipality

Province

District

2016-17

2015-16

2014-15

2013-14

Senqu

EC

Joe Gqabi

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Midvaal

GP

Sedibeng

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

King Cetshwayo District

KZN

uThungulu

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

uMhlathuze

KZN

uThungulu

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Umzumbe

KZN

Ugu

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Ehlanzeni District

MP

Ehlanzeni

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

ZF Mgcawu District

NC

ZF Mgcawu District

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Breede Valley

WC

Cape Winelands

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Cape Agulhas

WC

Overberg

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Cape Winelands District

WC

Cape Winelands

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Drakenstein

WC

Cape Winelands

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

George

WC

Eden

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Hessequa

WC

Eden

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Langeberg

WC

Cape Winelands

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Mossel Bay

WC

Eden

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Overstrand

WC

Overberg

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Swartland

WC

West Coast

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Theewaterskloof

WC

Overberg

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

West Coast District

WC

West Coast

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Witzenberg

WC

Cape Winelands

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

Unqualified with no findings

All of these municipalities obtained an unqualified audit report with no findings for at least the past 4 years.

(b) Over the past few years it has become clear that there could be three root causes for distress in local government:

(i) A municipality that finds itself in distress due to failures in governance, financial management and administration (i.e. The institutional performance context), and

(ii) A municipality that finds itself in distress because it spatially and socio-economically was and always will be a financially non-viable entity (i.e. the socio-economic context);

(iii) A municipality that finds itself in distress as a result of systemic issues around powers and functions, fast growth in urbanization with expansion of capital infrastructure to fulfil increasing demand and an inability to grow operational revenue concurrent to ensure sufficient maintenance and operation of the infrastructure.

The manifestation of these root causes is however complex and often difficult to pinpoint. Distress could be a result of all three root causes or a combination of any two.

Whilst the above list focuses on sound financial management practices, it happened that a municipality such as Langeberg, for example, finds itself in the well-performing list with regard to financial management practices (audit outcomes), but simultaneously reflected on the distressed list of 87 because the Municipal Infrastructure Agent identified it as part of the 55 municipalities that are struggling to spend its Municipal Infrastructure Grant (MIG).

2) Yes, the Department has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the National Treasury. Municipalities will be monitored continually and receive joint support from the National Treasury in the form of:

(i) Financial Recovery Plans - the Municipal Financial Recovery Service (MFRS) was established in 2007 as a Directorate in the National Treasury within the Office of the Accountant- General, Chief Directorate MFMA implementation in line with section 157 of the MFMA. In terms of section 158, the functions of the unit include:

  • Preparation of financial recovery plans;
  • Monitoring the implementation of the recovery plan;
  • Assisting municipalities to identify the causes of and potential solutions to the financial problems;
  • Information is collected on municipal financial problems and on best practices in resolving such problems.

Assistance is based on requests received from the municipality or the province and provided in a collaborative and coordinated way with other national or provincial departments. In order to support municipalities with financial recovery, National and Provincial Treasuries use the Financial Management Capability Maturity Model (FMCMM)

(ii) The Financial Management Capability Maturity model (FMCMM) is a tool (comprising 21 modules) to drive improvements in the financial, institutional and capacity disciplines in municipalities. The objective is to ensure that support is directed to areas most in need, with changes resulting in progressive maturity assessment improvements.

The project involves NT working in conjunction with Provincial Treasuries to promote actions to support, monitor and report on FM issues in specific municipalities. Actual reviews/ reassessments will be conducted through the Provincial Treasuries, who will ensure the preparation and implementation of action plans to address remaining areas of weakness. (FMCMM support is included in the MFIP Technical Advisors activities.) Assistance, where required and requested, will be provided by NT in the re-assessment process to support the development of appropriate action plans and to monitor progress within established timelines.

(iii) DCoG has identified a strategic intervention aimed at enhancing the municipal revenue management and debt collection system in local government. The intervention comprises the following stages:

  • Implementation planning and conducting an “As Is’’ assessment
  • Development of an improvement plan (municipal-specific simplified revenue plan)
  • Implementation of the municipal-specific simplified revenue plan

(iv) The Department of Cooperative Governance’s Provincial coordinators will provide support in the form of coordination of the technical task teams that work with municipalities to address the challenges identified.

29 June 2018 - NW144

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Xalisa, Mr Z R to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

(1)What are the (a) details and (b) levels of service providers and/or contractors from which (a) his department and (b) the entities reporting to him procured services in the past five financial years; (2) what (a) service was provided by each service provider and/or contractor and (b) amount was each service provider and/or contractor paid; (3) (a) what is the total number of service providers that are black-owned entities, (b) what contract was each of the black-owned entities awarded and (c) what amount was each black-owned entity paid? NW151E

Reply:

Since the Department of Traditional Affairs started transacting on its own at the beginning of 2014/15 financial year, the following are the tables depicting the types of services enlisted and the amounts paid to the appointed service providers:

See link belo for 2015/16 FY; 2016/17; 2017/18 

http://pmg-assets.s3-website-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/RNW144TABLE.pdf

ENTITY: Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Communities (CRL Rights Commission).

The Honourable Member is requested to note that information from the CRL Rights Commission is not readily available, but the Department will provide the Honourable Member with the information as soon as it becomes available.

26 June 2018 - NW527

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Stubbe, Mr DJ to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

With reference to the reply to question 2785 on 15 December 2017, has (a) the provincial government and the (b) Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Council provided the requested information?

Reply:

Yes, (a) the Gauteng Provincial Government and (b) Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Council provided information on measures they will put in place to address the reported situation. However further inputs were received from the National Department of Environmental Affairs which committed its support to clean the invasive alien species and maintain the streams in Eastleigh, Modderfontein and Illiondale to Dries Normandy dam in Kempton Park. Additionally, the Gauteng Provincial Government and Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality will clean the debris and desilt the areas affected by floods.

26 June 2018 - NW1311

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Carter, Ms D to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

Whether he has been informed of the alleged occupation by eThekwini municipal councillors of subsidised municipal flats that are meant for low-income earners; if so, what (a) number of municipal councillors are involved in the alleged illegal occupation, and (b) reasons have they given for their conduct. (2) Whether he has found that the conduct of the municipal councillors is legally justifiable; if not, what steps does he intend to take to rectify the matter; if so, what legal grounds does he rely upon?

Reply:

1. The Minister became aware of this matter when the Honourable Member posed this question to him.

On receipt of the question, the KwaZulu Natal Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs was requested to facilitate a response from the eThekwini Metropolitan Municipality (“the Municipality”).

The Municipality subsequently provided their responses below:

a) The Municipality has indicated that it has rental properties within the central region, accommodating eleven councillors. These councillors have entered ino a lease agreement with the Municipality.

b) The provision of accommodation was based on security concerns for the councillors and their families, and damages to their properties.

2. The MEC for local government in KwaZulu Natal Province is investigating whether the alleged occupation of subsidised municipal flats by the councillors constitute a breach of conduct. The outcome of this investigation will inform the steps to be taken to rectify the matter, if necessary.

26 June 2018 - NW47

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Waters, Mr M to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

Whether, with reference to the reply to question 3455 on 3 December 2010, all the loans or bonds have been fully repaid; if not, (a) why has each loan or bond not been fully repaid, (b) by what date will it be repaid, (c) what amount has the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality paid in interest to date and (d)(i) on what date was the last payment made on the specified loans and (ii) what was the amount that was paid; if so, (aa) on what date was the final payment made and (bb) what is the interest amount that the specified municipality paid for the loan or bond in each case?

Reply:

Yes, the City of Ekurhuleni (CoE) has repaid some of the loans since December 2010.

(a & b) The following loans have been fully paid at the respective maturity dates (See table 1 below):

    1. December 2001- R150 million from INCA @ 12.25% (Annuity Loan)
    2. March 2002- R150 million from DBSA @ 13.5% (Annuity Loan)
    3. March 2003 – R291 million from DBSA @ 12.2% (Annuity loan)

The CoE follows a scheduled interest and capital repayment regime on its long-term liabilities. The outstanding balances are due to the fact that loans and bonds have not yet reached their redemption/maturity dates. Refer to table 1 below.

Table1: CoE liability profile

(c) Cumulative interest paid on the loans and bonds from the original date of attainment to 31 Dec 2017 is shown in table 2 see link below:

Table 2: http://pmg-assets.s3-website-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/RNW47TABLE_2.pdf

Cumulative interest paid to date on CoE loans and bonds amounts to R3.5bn. The new bonds, EMM07 and EMM07P were taken in July 2017 and their first interest payments were due in January 2018.

(d) The last interest payment dates and amounts are shown in table 3 see link below:

Table 3: http://pmg-assets.s3-website-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/RNW47TABLE_3.pdf

The reply to question 2018/47 is a follow-up to question 3455, which was published on 3 December 2010.

26 June 2018 - NW1152

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Mileham, Mr K to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

(1) What is the (a) current and (b) ideal ratio of environmental health inspectors to population size employed in each municipality in the country; (2) what (a) was the number of environmental health inspectors (i) employed and (ii) required in each municipality in the country in the (aa) 2015-16, (bb) 2016-17 and (cc) 2017-18 financial years and (b) number of the employed inspectors was registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa in each case? NW1246E

Reply:

The Honourable Member, Mr K J Mileham is kindly requested to direct the question to the Department of Health. Municipal Health Services is the responsibility of the Department of Health as the Municipal Health Services are regulated under Section 32 of the National Health Act, 2003 (Act 61 of 2003) as Municipal Health Services.

26 June 2018 - NW286

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Boshoff, Ms SH to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

What number of housing projects have been (i) undertaken and (ii) completed in the Thaba Chweu Local Municipality in Mpumalanga (aa) in each of the past three financial years and (bb) since 1 April 2017 and b) What was the (i) budget allocation, (ii) commencement date and (iii) completion date for each housing project?

Reply:

Housing projects are implemented by the Department of Human Settlements in the Municipalities in the Province. The Department of Human Settlements in the Mpumalanga Province was contacted and confirmed the information below as correct.

The Thaba Chweu Local Municipality was contacted to assist with the response to the question. The response is as follows: (Annexure A)

No.

Project Name

Financial

Total Units

Start Date

Status

Budget

 

No Allocation

2014/15

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

 

No Allocation

2015/16

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

 

Chryselda

2016/17

200

01/11/2016

In progress

R20 600 000

 

Mgugwana

2016/17

100

01/11/2016

Completed (08/12/2017)

R10 300 000

 

Lwakhiti JV

2017/18

150

22/09/2017

In progress

R15 450 000

 

Fenekwane

2017/18

100

22/09/2017

In progress

R10 900 000

As per the comments of the Deputy Minister to provide background/ explanatory notes to the matter, the following additional information was obtained.

Housing projects are implemented by the Department of Human Settlements in the Municipalities in the Province. The Department of Human Settlements in the Mpumalanga Province was contacted and confirmed the above information as correct. As implementers of the housing projects, the Department allocates the budget, appoints Service Providers and monitors them in collaboration with the affected Municipality. The Municipality’s responsibilities include the identification of beneficiaries.

2016/17 financial year includes the following:

  • The Chryselda housing project experienced challenges as it is reported that about 24 houses were invaded. Municipality still engaging with the affected individuals to vacate the affected properties.
  • Mgugwana Housing Project was completed but the units are not yet occupied as the programme to service the completed units is still ongoing.

26 June 2018 - NW123

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Boshoff, Ms SH to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

(a) What amount of funding was budgeted for the maintenance and repair of (i) roads, (ii) stormwater and (iii) electricity infrastructure in each ward of Lydenburg, Sabie and Graskop in the Thaba Chweu Local Municipality in Mpumalanga in the (aa) 2014-15, (bb) 2015-16 and (cc) 2016-17 financial years and (b) how much of the budgeted amounts were spent on the maintenance and repair of (aaa) roads, (bbb) stormwater and (ccc) electricity infrastructure in each of the specified financial years?

Reply:

A response from Thaba Chweu Local Municipality is narrated here under:

Thaba Chweu Local Municipality doesn’t budget for operation and maintenance per ward, it instead budgets per services sector, such of roads and stormwater, and electricity and its network including street lights that cover all the wards. The three settlements of Lydenburg, Sabie and Graskop fall within wards 1, 2, 3, 7 and 10.

The following is the operation and maintenance budget for each service sector, according to the Municipality, for the financial years (aa) 2014-15, (bb) 2015-16 and (cc) 2016-17.

(a) Budget

(i) and (ii) Roads and stormwater: The adjusted budget for the financial years 2014-15 was R 7,84 Million, 2015-16 was R 10,00 Million, and 2016-17 was R2,61 Million.

(iii) Eletricity: The adjusted budget for the financial years 2014-15 was R6,18 Million, 2015-16 was R8,87 Million, and 2016-17 was R10,83 Million.

(b) Expenditure

(aaa) and (bbb) Roads and stormwater: Reported expenditures for 2014-15 was R2,75 Million, 2015-16 was R2,41 Million, and 2016-17 was R4,37 Million.

(ccc) Electricity: Reported expenditures for 2014-15 was R1,32 Million, 2015-16 was R14,74 Million, and 2016-17 was R9,41 Million.

The budget and actual expenditure report as provided by Thaba Chweu Local Municipality is attached as Annexure A.

ANNEXURE A

DETAILED OPERATIONAL BUDGET AND EXPENDITURE FOR 2014/15, 2015/16 AND 2016/17 FINANCIAL YEARS

See the link: http://pmg-assets.s3-website-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/RNW123_ANNEXURE_A.pdf

26 June 2018 - NW287

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Boshoff, Ms SH to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

What number of housing projects have been (i) undertaken and (ii) completed in the Emakhazeni Local Municipality in Mpumalanga (aa) in each of the past three financial years and (bb) since 1 April 2017 and (b) what was the (i) budget allocation, (ii) commencement date and (iii) completion date for each housing project?

Reply:

The Emakhazeni Local Municipality was contacted to assist with the response to the above. The response is as follows: (Annexure A)

No.

Project Name

Financial Year

Total Units

Start Date

Status

Budget

 

Siyathathuka Ext. 6 & 8

2014/15

104

15/09/2014

Not Completed (53 units completed and 54 not completed)

R11 912 967

 

Sakhelwe

2014/15

110

15/09/2014

Completed (30/12/2017)

R12 485 717

 

No Allocation

2015/16

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

 

Siyathuthuka Ext. 7

2016/17

240

26/04/2016

Not Completed (11 units completed)

R31 382 684

 

No Allocation

2017/18

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

As per the comments of the Deputy Minister to provide background/ explanatory notes to the matter, the following additional information was obtained.

Housing projects are implemented by the Department of Human Settlements in the Municipalities in the Province. Consequently, the Department of Human Settlements in the Mpumalanga Province was contacted and confirmed the above information as correct. As implementers of the housing projects, the Department allocates the budget, appoints Service Providers and monitors them in collaboration with the affected Municipality. The Municipality’s responsibilities include identification of beneficiaries.

 

Additional project specific information includes the following:

  • The Siyathuthuka Housing Project in extension 6 & 8 was reported to have experienced severe challenges that affected the smooth implementation thereof. The challenges include the invasion of the incomplete houses by the community and the now litigation between the Developer (Touris Garden) and the Department of Human Settlements.
  • The Siyathuthuka Housing Project in extension 7 was also reported to have progressed very slow. As part of the intervention, the Department of Human Settlements has reduced to scope of work for the developer (Bongela Development Project) from 240 to 40 units. The remaining 200 units have now been allocated to another developer (T&Z Construction) to expedite the completion of the project.

26 June 2018 - NW509

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Mileham, Mr K to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

Whether his department was involved in drafting contingency plans for the water shortages currently being experienced in the (a) Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan, (b) Buffalo City Metropolitan and/or (c) Kouga Local Municipalities in the Eastern Cape; if so, what are the details of (i) the plans that were developed in each case to address water shortages and (ii) the involvement of his department in drafting the contingency plans in each case?

Reply:

The Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (COGTA) was not involved in the drafting of the contingency plans for the water shortages currently being experienced in the (a) Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan,(b) Buffalo City Metropolitan and/or (c) Kouga Local Municipalities in the Eastern Cape province. It is important to indicate that the responsibility regarding the development of contingency plans on water shortages falls within the department of Water and Sanitation and the relevant water services authorities.

(i) Not applicable since the department was not involved in the drafting of the contingency plans for the water shortages in the above municipalities.

(ii) Not applicable as indicated above.

In terms of section 9 of the Disaster Management Act, 2002 (Act No. 57 of 2002) (the Act), the National Disaster Management Centre (NDMC) is established with an objective to promote “an integrated and coordinated system of disaster management, with special emphasis on prevention and mitigation, by national, provincial and municipal organs of state, statutory functionaries, other role-players involved in disaster management and communities”. This strategic role should therefore be multi-disciplinary in focus and continuous in nature. Disaster Management is defined by the Act as “a continuous and integrated multi-sectoral, multi-disciplinary process of planning and implementation of measures aimed at-

a) preventing or reducing the risk of disasters;

b) mitigating the severity or consequences of disasters;

c) emergency preparedness;

d) a rapid and effective response to disasters; and

e) post-disaster recovery and rehabilitation

Therefore, sections 25, 38, 39, 52 and 53 of the Act place explicit responsibility on national, provincial organs of state and municipalities, and other institutional role players involved in disaster risk management, to develop and implement disaster management plans including contingency plans. In this case, the Department of Water and Sanitation and relevant water service authorities share the responsibility to ensure sustainable water supply applying disaster risk reduction as well as response and recovery principles. It is on this basis that the development and implementation of contingency plans fall within their mandate.

26 June 2018 - NW1314

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Groenewald, Mr HB to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

Whether, with reference to the reply to question 3054 on 13 October 2017, his department has received the information; if not, (a) why not and (b) on what date will such information indeed be available;

Reply:

1. The following response is based on the information received from Free State, Gauteng, Limpopo, Mpumalanga and Northern Cape Provincial departments responsible for Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs. Eastern Cape, KwaZulu-Natal, North West and Western Cape Provincial departments responsible for local government did not meet the extended deadline for submission of responses.

2. The table below provides information received:

Province

Municipality

(1)(a) Number of qualified engineer appointed in (a) the works department

(b) Number of qualified engineer appointed in infrastructure development department

(c) Number of qualified engineer appointed in the water works department

(2)(a) Whether an engineer has been appointed in the specified divisions

(2)(b) Reasons for non-appointment of engineer

Free State

Tokologo LM

None

None

None

No

The municipality is very small and is unable able to afford services on full time basis

 

Nketoana LM

None

5

None

None

None

 

Dihlabeng

None

1

None

Yes

Technical Director oversees all Infrastructure units and is aided by the Water Works Manager.

 

Moqhaka LM

None

1

None

Yes

Technical Director oversees all Infrastructure units and is aided by the Water Works Manager.

Gauteng

City of Tshwane MM

None

169

5

Yes

N/A

 

Ekurhuleni MM

None

1

26

Yes

N/A

 

City of Johannesburg MM

None

8

7

Yes

N/A

 

Lesedi LM

None

12

4

Yes

N/A

 

Merafong LM

None

None

None

No

Unable to attract qualified

registered Engineers

 

Midvaal LM

None

1

2

Yes

N/A

 

Randfontein LM

None

None

None

No

The municipality is unable to attract qualified registered Engineers

 

Westonaria LM

None

2

None

Yes

N/A

 

Emfuleni LM

None

5

6

Yes

N/A

 

Mogale City LM

None

None

None

No

Unable to attract qualified

registered Engineers

Limpopo

Lepelle-Nkumpi LM

None

6

None

Yes

N/A

 

Molemole LM

None

3

None

Yes

The municipality is not a water service authority

 

Blouberg LM

None

3

None

Yes

The municipality is not a water service authority

 

Vhembe DM

None

4

None

Yes

N/A

 

Thulamela LM

None

16

None

Yes

The municipality is not a water service authority

 

Musina LM

None

1

None

Yes

The municipality is not a water service authority

 

Collins Chabane LM

None

1

None

Yes

The municipality is not a water service authority

 

Makhado LM

None

1

1

Yes

The available Engineer is for both Works and Infrastructure departments.

 

Greater Giyani LM

None

2

None

Yes

The municipality is not a water service authority

 

Ba-Phalaborwa LM

None

9

None

Yes

N/A

 

Greater Tzaneen LM

3

3

3

Yes

N/A

 

Maruleng LM

None

3

None

Yes

The municipality is not a water service authority.

 

Elias Motsoaledi LM

None

None

None

No

The municipality is unable to attract qualified engineers due to financial constraints.

 

Ephraim Mogale LM

None

None

None

No

Grading system which determines the salary scale makes it difficult to appoint Engineers.

 

Waterberg DM

None

1

None

Yes

The municipality is not a water service authority

 

Thabazimbi LM

None

1

1

Yes

N/A

 

Lephalale LM

None

None

None

No

Due to affordability and the organogram does not cater for such posts.

 

Bela-bela LM

1

3

1

Yes

N/A

 

Modimolle-Mookgophong LM

4

7

4

Yes

N/A

 

Mogalakwena LM

None

13

None

Yes

It is one of the scarce skill.

Northern Cape

Sol Plaatjie LM

1

1

None

Yes

Lack of funds to appoint engineers

 

John Taolo Gaetsewe DM

None

3

None

Yes

N/A

 

Pixley Ka Seme DM

None

2

6

Yes

N/A

Mpumalanga

Gert Sibande DM

None

1

None

None

No information was provided

 

Chief Albert Luthuli LM

None

1

None

None

No information was provided e

 

Msukaligwa LM

None

1

None

None

No information was provided

 

Lekwa LM

None

1

None

None

No information was provided

 

Mkhondo LM

None

1

None

None

No information was provided

 

Dipaleseng LM

None

1

None

None

No information was provided

 

Dr Pixley ka Isaka Seme LM

None

1

None

None

No information was provided

 

Govan Mbeki LM

None

1

None

None

No information was provided

 

Nkangala DM

None

1

None

None

No information was provided

 

Victor Khanye LM

None

1

None

None

No information was provided

 

Emalahleni LM

None

1

None

None

No information was provided

 

Steve Tshwete LM

None

1

None

None

No information was provided

 

Emakhazeni LM

None

1

None

None

No information was provided

 

Thembisile LM

None

1

None

None

No information was provided

 

Dr JS Moroka LM

None

1

None

None

No information was provided

 

Ehlanzeni DM

None

1

None

None

No information was provided

 

Thaba Chweu LM

None

1

None

None

No information was provided

 

Mbombela LM

None

1

None

None

No information was provided

 

Nkomazi LM

None

1

None

None

No information was provided

 

Bushbuckridge LM

None

1

None

None

No information was provided

3. Whether he will make a statement on the matter?

As part of the Department’s support intervention to municipalities, especially the 87 distressed municipalities, the Municipal Information Support Agent will deploy engineers and other technical officials to assist municipalities in managing their infrastructure projects.

A Parliamentary question was received regarding the vacancies in the works department, infrastructure development and the water works department. The Honourable member wants to know the number of municipalities a qualified engineer has been appointed in the works department, infrastructure development and the water works department.

In the preliminary response, the Honourable Member was informed that provinces did not meet the deadline for submission of responses and that the information will be provided as soon as it has been received.

The Ministry received a follow-up from the Honourable member regarding the outstanding information.

The response above is based on the information received from Free State, Gauteng, Limpopo, Mpumalanga and Northern Cape Provincial departments responsible for local government. Eastern Cape, KwaZulu-Natal, North West and Western Cape Provincial departments responsible for local government did not meet the extended deadline for submission of responses.

26 June 2018 - NW48

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Waters, Mr M to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

(1) Whether the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Council has taken out any loans and/or bonds since the 2009-10 financial year; if so, (a) what number of loans and/or bonds were taken out, (b) on what dates and (c) what (i) is the value of each loan and/or bond and (ii) are the conditions regarding the interest, repayment and time frame for each loan and/or bond; (2) What is the current total debt of the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality; (3) Whether the in duplum rule has been applied by the specified municipality; if not, (a) why not and (b) which loans does it affect; (4) (a) When was the last time payment was made on the loans and (b) what was the amount that was paid in each case?

Reply:

1. Since 2009 to date, the City of Ekurhuleni has not taken any long-term loans. However, the city has funded its capex programme through the issuance of bonds (EMM02 to EMM07P).

The schedule of the total debt profile is shown in Table 1 below.

2. The balance outstanding for all the loans and bonds was R6.162bn as at 31 December 2017.

Table 1 see the link: http://pmg-assets.s3-website-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/RNW48TABLE_1.pdf

(3) The loan agreement is governed by and construed in accordance with the law of the Republic of South Africa. In the case of these loans, the in duplum rule applies under common law, which forms part of the law of the Republic of South Africa.

(4) (a) & (b) The last interest payment dates and amounts are shown in the table 3 above, and the loan references are 76,77,78 and 79.

Please take note that questions 3455 of 2010, 2018/47 and 2018/48 are inter-related in that all seek to probe the usage of borrowing instruments by the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality to raise additional revenue.

26 June 2018 - NW1440

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Bara, Mr M R to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

(1)Whether any forensic investigations have been completed in the Thaba Chweu Local Municipality in Mpumalanga in the (a) 2015-16, (b) 2016-17 and/or (c) 2017-18 financial years; if not, are there any investigations that are still underway; if so, in each case, (i) what (aa) was the nature and (bb) were the findings of each investigation, (ii) on what date was the report tabled in Council and (iii) what action has been taken regarding the findings and recommendations of each report; (2) are any forensic investigations still under way at the specified municipality; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) Whether he will request that the forensic reports be tabled with his department for further investigation and/or disciplinary action to be taken; if not, in each case, why not; if so, what are the relevant details in each case?

Reply:

The response below was provided by the municipality.

1. One forensic investigation was completed in 2017-18 financial year. The Municipal Council approved the appointment of an independent audit firm to conduct the forensic investigation as per Municipal Public Accounts Committee (MPAC) recommendation in line with the recommendations by the Auditor General of South Africa (AGSA).

(i) (aa)The forensic investigation was instituted to investigate allegations of gross negligent, misconduct and fraud.

(bb)The findings of the forensic investigation highlighted correction measures in the following areas:

  • Disposal of Land
  • Allocation of curo stalls in Graskop
  • Revenue collection
  • Supply chain management practices
  • Legal services fees
  • Back payments to section managers
  • Housing and human settlements
  • Human resources practices
  • Municipal infrastructure grants projects
  • Unauthorised, irregular, Fruitless and Wasteful Expenditure 
  • Completeness and reliability of the Asset Register

(ii)The forensic investigation report was tabled before Council on 28 February 2018.

(iii) The Council approved that the Accounting officer must execute the implementation plan based on the recommendations for each finding.

2. There is no forensic investigation currently underway at the municipality.

3. I will request the municipality to submit a copy of the forensic report and the progress report on the implementation of the recommendations emanating from the forensic report to the Department for assessment. Based on the outcome of the assessment, I will then take the necessary action to ensure that the matter is finalised.

26 June 2018 - NW52

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Mileham, Mr K to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

What is the total amount owed by each of the specified municipalities (details furnished) to Eskom as at the latest date for which information is available, (b) how much of the specified amounts are interest and (c) how old is the debt owed to Eskom in each case?

Reply:

(a)(b) (c) Annexure A: Attached provide details of total amount owed as at 30 September 2017, interest amount included in the total debt and age of debt for each of the 61 specified Municipalities.

Numerous requests were sent to Eskom requesting latest available information, to date we were not able to get the requested information.

With regard to the municipalities that are struggling to pay Eskom, the department is implementing the following interventions:

1. The simplified revenue plan

During the period 2016/17 financial year to 2017/18 financial year, the department has identified a total of 30 municipalities countrywide support on development and implementation of simplified revenue plans, from these 30 municipalities, three were from the North West Province i.e. Ditsobotla, Moses Kotane and Naledi local municipalities. The simplified revenue plan is aimed at achieving improved revenue management, reduction of municipal consumer debt, protection and enhancement of the municipality’s revenue collection potential.

The municipalities supported were assisted with the following initiatives that resulted on improvement of debt collection:

  • Focused initiatives on the highest owing debtors per municipality
  • Data authentication and purification of billing information
  • Review of credit and debt collection policies and by laws;
  • Development of Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s)
  • Tariff setting model for electricity and water and tariff policies
  • Indigent management.

The project has been extended to four more municipalities in the North West Province for the period 2018/19 to 2019/20 financial years, these are Kgetlengrivier; Maquassi Hills, Mamosa and Tswaing.

2. Property and consumer database

The department has also initiated a project on development of spatially enabled integrated property and consumer database for municipalities. The project focus is on municipal data integrity which will provide municipalities with a platform to access up to date data from a central point hosted by the department and once fully implemented will assist on improving the revenue collection.

3. Executive Intervention on the non-payment of Eskom and water service authorities

At an Executive level; the minister of CoGTA chairs an Inter-Ministerial Committee (IMTT) which provides political direction on the non-payment of electricity and water debt. The IMTT was established to deal with Constitutional, Systemic and Structural Challenges in electricity reticulation. The scope was further extended to include bulk water related debt.

The IMTT was established based on the principles of the Intergovernmental Relations Framework Act, 2005 (Act No 13 of 2005) and the members are: the Minister for Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (as Chairperson). The Minister of Finance, the Minister of Energy, the Minister of Water and Sanitation, the Minister of Public Enterprises, the President of SALGA; and the Chairperson of the Eskom Board. The IMTT has so far achieved the following in making the bulk payments more affordable:

  • Reducing the interest rate charged on overdue municipal bulk accounts from prime plus 5% to prime plus 2.5%;
  • Payment terms being extended from 15 days to 30 days for municipal bulk accounts;
  • Payments received from municipalities being allocated to capital first then interest;
  • The rationalisation of municipal tariffs from eleven to three has been approved by the ESKOM Board and will be submitted to NERSA as part of the tariff approval process.

The South African fiscal framework is built on a clear set of functional (expenditure) assignments for basic local infrastructure services delivery such as water services, electricity distribution, solid waste, and local roads and transport in addition to important regulatory authority over spatial planning and development control. These functions are financed predominately through locally controlled revenue sources, such as user fees and the property tax.

Section 96(a) of the MSA, states that municipalities must collect all monies due and payable to it, while Section 96(b) empowers a municipality to undertake this debt collection in terms of adopting a credit control and debt collection policy. Even though that legislative provision is very clear, municipalities are in general still encountering challenges on the collection of outstanding debt.

Some municipalities are failing at effectively delivering services, billing for services and collecting the revenue due. Consequently, outstanding debtors are increasing and they are not able to maintain positive cash flows to pay creditors within the thirty days timeframe as legally prescribed.

The “culture of non-payment by consumers to municipalities affects and results to inability of municipalities to service its creditors. This has been evident in the increase in municipal creditors and debtors book.

It is evident that non- payment of municipal debtors is mostly due to the weaknesses on the municipal systems in implementing relevant sections of the legislations and the implementation of their credit control and debt collection policies.

The Department (DCoG) identified a strategic intervention aimed at enhancing the municipal revenue management and debt collection system in local government. The development and implementation of municipal-specific revenue plans was identified and is currently being rolled out in selected municipalities.

The selected municipalities are identified to be part of the Simplified Revenue Plan Project through the Back to Basics (B2B) programme and by assessing the level of outstanding debt of each of the municipalities. The funding for the project has been set aside from the Municipal Systems Improvement Grant (MSIG).

Project objective

The objective of the Simplified Revenue Plan Project (SRP) is to assist municipalities through Service Providers (SPs) to review and improve the generic replicable model of the revenue plan. Once that is done, the reviewed model would be rolled-out or implemented at each of the participating municipalities. The successful implementation of the revenue plan would result in improved revenue management, reduced municipal consumer debt and protection of municipal revenue.

Support to municipalities through the SRP

The following on-going support and assistance has been provided to municipalities:

  • Review and update of revenue policies and by-laws
  • Billing (accurate reading/capturing of electricity and water meters).
  • Monitoring of consumer/debtors accounts (debtors management)
  • Data cleansing and analysis
  • Indigent register management
  • Customer relations management
  • Administration ( Procedure manuals and implementation thereof)

The above support is informed by the initial assessment conducted by the SPs at the inception of the project; the assessment is made by testing the entire revenue management value chain of a municipality; identifying deficiencies and then developing a municipal specific plan to address them.

Impact thus far:

  • Continuous increase of municipal collection rate in most of the municipalities supported on phase 1 of the project during the implementation phase.
  • Data authentication and purification which translates to billing credibility going forward.
  • Substantial recovery of outstanding debt from all consumer groups.
  • Focused revenue collection initiative on the municipal the highest owing debtors resulted in the reduction of debtors over 90 days.
  • Payment of government debt to municipalities was also recorded.

Challenges

Lack of capacity in the revenue management cycle, be it metering, billing, customer care, disconnections, credit control and debt collection, etc.

  • A joint project with NT is being initiated to assess and define the revenue management minimum skills for municipalities.

The state of trading services’ infrastructure is a serious cause for concern; this infrastructure has been neglected over many years when it comes to maintenance and replacement where necessary.

  • The infrastructure challenges are being referred to MISA and the municipal infrastructure plans are reviewed to reflect the revenue producing infrastructure upgrades and maintenance.

Lack of political and management buy-in in some instances to play an active role on municipal revenue collection.

  • In phase 2 we have made it a requirement that the revenue function be a standing item on the council committee responsible for finance

Annexure A

Table 1: Detail of Total amount owed as at 30 September 2017; Interest amount included in the total debt and Age of debt for each of the 61 specified municipalities

 

(a)

(b)

(c)

MUNICIPALITY

TOTAL DEBT 30_Sep_2017

INTEREST

CURRENT DEBT

30 DAYS

60 DAYS

90 DAYS

>90 DAYS

EASTERN CAPE DEMARCATED PROVINCE

DR BEYERS NAUDÉ LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

34 314 514

144 721

16 113 394

13 948

10 014 233

8 172 939

0

INXUBA YETHEMBA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

44 366 135

1 708 631

8 143 502

0

8 691 147

4 476 280

23 055 206

KING SABATA DALINDYEBO MUNICIPALITY

101 074 779

2 519 227

26 047 098

23 608

36 482 726

28 979 573

9 541 775

MAKANA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

80 692 139

1 068 315

13 518 941

23 608

57 916 854

9 232 737

0

RAYMOND MHLABA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

86 036 077

10 664 307

8 878 971

0

9 965 114

7 555 083

59 636 909

WALTER SISULU LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

138 606 259

10 634 195

59 771 861

0

13 292 532

12 707 811

52 834 055

 

(a)

(b)

(c)

MUNICIPALITY

TOTAL DEBT 30_Sep_2017

INTEREST

CURRENT DEBT

30 DAYS

60 DAYS

90 DAYS

>90 DAYS

FREE STATE DEMARCATED PROVINCE

DIHLABENG MUNICIPALITY

180 180 663

7 778 783

14 569 059

8 839

20 812 109

19 303 722

125 486 935

MANTSOPA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

108 883 481

6 073 916

11 363 022

0

136 829

14 222 622

83 161 009

MASILONYANA MUNICIPALITY

52 211 702

1 491 006

3 257 380

0

4 982 672

8 633 701

35 337 950

MOQHAKA MUNICIPALITY

208 988 335

2 121 533

50 004 209

0

31 607 857

31 584 934

95 791 336

NALA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

182 907 109

503 670

19 559 469

0

63 016

19 976 571

143 308 054

PHUMELELA MUNICIPALITY

91 174 674

11 407 608

3 778 192

59 839

4 481 108

4 601 654

78 253 880

TOKOLOGO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

35 490 407

397 632

2 575 726

0

3 105 772

5 171 899

24 637 009

GAUTENG DEMARCATED PROVINCE

EMFULENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

887 902 806

16 073 844

361 793 520

48 399

274 406 346

208 496 392

43 158 149

MERAFONG CITY LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

190 998 296

6 661 933

48 148 792

18 957

14 313 275

90 307 680

38 209 592

MOGALE CITY LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

144 676 691

4 549 116

51 367 949

0

93 251 256

57 486

0

RANDFONTEIN LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

129 670 297

6 257 784

34 979 634

0

94 690 663

0

0

WESTONARIA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

19 740 642

19 509

19 664 995

0

37 574

38 073

0

 

(a)

(b)

(c)

MUNICIPALITY

TOTAL DEBT 30_Sep_2017

INTEREST

CURRENT DEBT

30 DAYS

60 DAYS

90 DAYS

>90 DAYS

KWAZULU NATAL DEMARCATED PROVINCE

EDUMBE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

10 010 826

155 547

4 589 779

0

5 218 004

42 456

160 588

MPOFANA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

54 310 218

394 313

7 062 182

0

47 248 035

0

0

ULUNDI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

80 148 282

1 895 049

9 790 153

0

13 606 716

12 057 302

44 694 112

ZULULAND DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY

1 227 575

2 403

539 316

688 259

0

0

0

               

LIMPOPO DEMARCATED PROVINCE

MODIMOLLE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

125 112 498

7 928 502

11 079 943

0

13 757 075

13 478 997

86 796 483

MOOKGOPHONG LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

116 524 854

9 243 943

6 142 486

0

7 012 013

7 011 834

96 358 520

MUSINA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

108 486 434

5 712 634

12 913 565

0

10 890 200

12 683 955

71 998 715

THABAZIMBI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

234 082 664

18 052 760

12 678 566

613 799

0

8 976 294

211 814 005

 

(a)

(b)

(c)

MUNICIPALITY

TOTAL DEBT 30_Sep_2017

INTEREST

CURRENT DEBT

30 DAYS

60 DAYS

90 DAYS

>90 DAYS

MPUMALANGA DEMARCATED PROVINCE

ALBERT LUTHULI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

32 604 094

1 138 051

13 552 319

0

10 633 117

5 474 041

2 944 617

DIPALESENG LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

43 090 511

1 985 290

14 288 462

315 662

10 737 751

7 737 832

10 010 804

EMAKHAZENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

49 448 289

2 170 952

6 046 095

0

5 850 586

9 615 724

27 935 885

EMALAHLENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

1 394 152 980

41 896 695

91 266 170

0

133 250 603

145 596 329

1 024 039 878

GOVAN MBEKI MUNICIPALITY

625 058 977

15 680 191

61 169 490

0

81 305 996

83 750 718

398 832 772

LEKWA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

419 338 081

12 584 465

44 370 553

790 601

49 036 497

45 445 515

279 694 916

MKHONDO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

87 115 135

3 773 920

12 660 480

0

16 713 987

17 065 493

40 675 175

MSUKALIGWA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

142 222 603

3 390 920

24 270 565

0

117 952 038

0

0

THABA CHWEU LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

428 302 648

7 861 794

34 778 688

0

19 489 235

17 817 195

356 217 531

VICTOR KHANYE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

39 493 244

1 289 041

10 265 317

0

14 711 919

14 516 008

0

 

(a)

(b)

(c)

MUNICIPALITY

TOTAL DEBT 30_Sep_2017

INTEREST

CURRENT DEBT

30 DAYS

60 DAYS

90 DAYS

>90 DAYS

NORTH WEST DEMARCATED PROVINCE

CITY OF MATLOSANA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

213 038 425

5 843 412

36 505 037

0

176 291 541

241 848

0

DITSOBOTLA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

253 931 599

13 839 721

20 025 581

25 121

17 181 418

16 473 194

200 226 285

KGETLENGRIVIER LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

61 344 312

4 565 248

7 408 245

0

4 592 008

4 590 027

44 754 032

LEKWA - TEEMANE

34 906 738

858 489

7 952 252

0

16 693 998

4 456 863

5 803 625

MAMUSA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

61 720 073

3 516 650

3 903 160

15 335

4 949 245

4 585 970

48 266 364

NALEDI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

254 809 233

17 819 567

10 305 481

0

23 983 445

13 684 245

206 836 062

RAMOTSHERE MOILOA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY (including Zeerust Waterworks)

25 011 848

1 085 610

5 786 046

0

19 056 027

169 776

0

TSWAING LOCAL MUNICIPALTY

74 347 281

5 578 434

8 763 774

41 290

5 510 089

5 848 426

54 183 702

VENTERSDORP LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

28 487 985

9 961

11 028 213

0

17 063 189

396 584

0

 

(a)

(b)

(c)

MUNICIPALITY

TOTAL DEBT 30_Sep_2017

INTEREST

CURRENT DEBT

30 DAYS

60 DAYS

90 DAYS

>90 DAYS

NORTHERN CAPE DEMARCATED PROVINCE

DIKGATLONG LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

57 144 069

4 571 615

3 094 917

0

4 004 001

7 394 627

42 650 524

EMTHANJENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

25 499 235

674 932

6 679 526

160 137

8 128 160

8 113 536

2 417 876

GAMAGARA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

64 306 601

1 535 503

21 144 252

0

13 205 830

13 343 265

16 613 254

GA-SEGONYANA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

45 088 792

3 087 214

15 755 328

0

10 775 231

9 475 887

9 082 346

KAI !GARIB LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

117 636 009

6 325 057

15 786 644

0

7 642 127

7 008 675

87 198 563

KAMIESBERG LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

7 071 005

277 195

953 374

96 019

970 848

760 389

4 290 375

KHAI-MA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

9 646 955

356 218

940 134

0

946 180

931 858

6 828 783

MAGARENG MUNICIPALITY

34 787 020

1 975 667

2 094 612

0

2 467 163

2 351 992

27 873 254

NAMA KHOI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

86 363 718

2 637 868

8 514 448

0

10 416 388

8 355 357

59 077 524

PHOKWANE MUNICIPALITY

13 477 667

204 232

10 780 967

0

409 185

395 067

1 892 449

RENOSTERBERG LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

51 519 365

7 022 946

1 606 651

0

1 849 124

1 794 376

46 269 214

SIYANCUMA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

105 818 693

7 375 505

9 867 262

0

5 627 054

5 639 561

84 684 816

SIYATHEMBA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

23 837 846

1 365 590

1 885 459

0

2 209 734

2 350 199

17 392 454

TSANTSABANE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

86 966 733

5 775 730

8 768 969

0

5 539 969

5 678 174

66 979 621

UBUNTU LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

37 885 994

1 982 834

2 129 956

0

2 342 064

2 366 392

31 047 581

WESTERN CAPE DEMARCATED PROVINCE

KANNALAND LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

10 152 055

132 753

10 106 523

0

45 532

0

0

OUDTSHOORN LOCAL MUNICIPALITY

19 115 523

102 139

11 542 110

0

7 573 412

0

0

26 June 2018 - NW928

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Carter, Ms D to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

(a) Which municipalities invested funds in the Venda Building Society Mutual Bank and (b) what was the quantum of the specified investments Whether the funds have been recovered; if not (a) why not and (b) what actions are being or will be taken against those officials and political office bearers responsible for the placement of the funds with the specified bank? NW1008E

Reply:

(a) and (b) Municipalities invested funds with VBS Mutual Bank

In terms of the MFMA a municipality must establish an appropriate and effective cash management and investment policy in accordance with any framework that may be prescribed by the Minister, acting with the concurrence of the cabinet member responsible for local government.

Section 6 of the Municipal Investment Regulation, state that a municipality or municipal entity may invest funds only in any of the following investment types: (c) deposits with banks registered in terms of the Banks Act, 1990 (Act No 94 of 1990).

Municipalities are allowed to, amongst others, to deposit with banks registered in terms of the Banks Act and the investment with mutual banks is not permitted in terms of the Municipal Investment Regulation.

The table link below depict the list of Municipalities that invested with VBS mutual bank.

http://pmg-assets.s3-website-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/RNW928_Table.pdf

Elias Motsoaledi Local Municipality confirmed that the capital investment of R20 million plus interest was withdrawn from the VBS in February 2018. However, through internal reconciliation, the municipality identified that there is interest of R48 246.51 that is due and it is not yet paid.

(2)(a) Polokwane, Elias Motsoaledi, Makhuduthamaga and Dr JS Moroka Local Municipalities managed to withdraw their investments (capital plus interest) of R81million, R20million, R31 million and R10 million respectively.

The investments of the 14 municipalities and the interest portion of Elias Motsoaledi Municipality reflected in the table above were not recovered/withdrawn before VBS was placed under curatorship. The preliminary report back from the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) on the curatorship process revealed that the available equity cannot cover the deposits. The stakeholders (National Treasury and Cogta) were advised to work with the assumption that it is highly unlikely that the municipal deposits will be recovered. Where possible they could receive about 10% of their deposits once the process is concluded in about 5 to 7 years’ time.

(2)(b) The municipalities as well as the three affected provinces have instituted investigations which will inform the disciplinary actions as well as criminal charges to be instituted against responsible official and/or political office bearer responsible for placement of funds with VBS Mutual Bank. Furthermore, the SARB has also instituted a forensic investigation in to the VBS Mutual Bank matter, a preliminary investigation was conducted and the report will be handed over to the hawks and made public once it has been concluded.

In terms of the MFMA a municipality must establish an appropriate and effective cash management and investment policy in accordance with any framework that may be prescribed by the Minister, acting with the concurrence of the cabinet member responsible for local government.

Section 6 of the Municipal Investment Regulation state that a municipality or municipal entity may invest funds only in any of the following investment types: (c) deposits with banks registered in terms of the Banks Act, 1990 (Act No 94 of 1990).

Municipalities are allowed to, amongst others, to deposit with banks registered in terms of the Banks Act and the investment with mutual banks is not permitted in terms of the Municipal Investment Regulation.

PROGRESS ON CURATORSHIP

  • SARB instituted a forensic investigation in to the VBS Mutual Bank matter;
  • Preliminary investigation was conducted will be handed over to the hawks or made public;
  • The investigation revealed that +/- R20 million was paid in commission for soliciting deposit to VBS Mutual Bank and that false deposits were made by related parties to VBS Mutual Bank, however, deposits by municipality appear to be real.
  • The availability equity cannot cover the deposits;
  • The exercise revealed that the situation at VBS Mutual Bank is worse than when the curatorship commenced;
  • Currently withdrawal limits of the amount deposited have been implemented; the limit for individuals is R1000 and Burial Societies’ limit is R7000;
  • The stakeholders (National Treasury and Cogta) were advised to work with the assumption that it is highly unlikely that the municipal deposits will be recovered. Where possible they could receive 10% of their deposits;
  • The curator withdrew the Statements of Account / Financial Statements because they are not a true reflection of the financial status of VBS Mutual Bank;
  • The curator will redo the Statements of Account/Financial Statement and the statements are expected to be finalized within three months;
  • The Internal Auditor for VBS Mutual Bank was PWC;
  • The external Auditors were KPMG;

26 June 2018 - NW1153

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Mileham, Mr K to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

(1) What (a) number of environmental health inspectors was employed in each province in the (i) 2015-16, (ii) 2016-17 and (iii) 2017-18 financial years, (b) qualifications did the specified inspectors hold, (c) are the details of any job specific training that the inspectors underwent and (d) amount was allocated to remunerate the inspectors; (2) Whether the specified inspectors are registered with the Health Professions Council of South Africa; if not

Reply:

The Honourable Member, Mr K J Mileham, is kindly requested to direct the question to the Department of Health. Municipal Health Services is the responsibility of the Department of Health as the Municipal Health Services are regulated under Section 32 of the National Health Act, 2003 (Act 61 of 2003) as Municipal Health Services.

26 June 2018 - NW1681

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Ntlangwini, Ms EN to ask the Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs

What is the (a) name and (b) location of each ward in the country that does not have access to electricity as at 1 May 2018?

Reply:

The Honourable member Mrs E N Ntlangwini, should kindly direct the question to the Department of Energy, as they are the competent department to respond to the question.