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1. Cover - eThekwini Municipality
MEDIUM TERM REVENUE
AND EXPENDITURE
FRAMEWORK
2015/2016 TO 2017/2018
NO.
SECTION DESCRIPTION
PAGE
I
Abbreviations & Acronyms
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II
Map of eThekwini Area
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III
Organisational Structure
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IV
eThekwini Municipality Profile
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1.1
Mayor’s Report
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1.2
Council Resolutions
14
1.3
Executive Summary
23
1.4
Operating Revenue Framework
43
1.5
Operating Expenditure Framework
44
1.6
Capital Expenditure
45
2.1
Overview of The Annual Budget Process
68
2.2
Overview of Alignment of Budget with IDP
71
2.3
Measurable Performance Objectives and Indicators
77
2.4
Overview of Budget Related Policies
80
2.5
Overview of Budget Assumptions
83
2.6
Overview of Budget Funding
91
2.7
Grant Allocations
99
2.8
Legislation Compliance Status
100
2.9
Service Delivery and Budget Implementation Plan (SDBIP)
101
2.10
Statistical Information
101
2.11
Supporting Tables and Charts : Consolidated Budget
111
2.12
Parent Municipality
243
2.13
Municipal Entities
286
2.14
Municipal Manager’s Quality Certificate
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CPIX
DCM
DoRA
DOHS
DPLG
EMA
EXCO
GDP
GRAP
IDP
IRPTN
I.T
Kl
Km
K/Wh
KZNPA
MFMA
MPRA
MSFM
MTREF
MW
NERSA
NT
PPP
SALGA
SDBIP
TEU
TIKZN
Consumer Price Index
Deputy City Manager
Division of Revenue Act
Department of Human Settlements
Department of Provincial and Local Government
EThekwini Municipal Area
Executive Committee
Gross Domestic Product
Generally Recognised Accounting Practice
Integrated Development Plan
Integrated Rapid Public Transport Network
Information Technology
Kilolitre
Kilometre
Kilo watt hours
KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Administration
Municipal Finance Management Act
Municipal Property Rates Act
Municipal Services Financial Model
Medium-term Revenue and Expenditure Framework
Megawatt
National Electricity Regulator South Africa
National Treasury
Private Public Partnership
South African Local Government Association
Service Delivery and Budget Implementation Plan
Twenty-foot Equivalent Unit
Trade and Investment KwaZulu-Natal
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CITY INTEGRITY AND INVESTIGATIONS
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INTERNAL AUDIT & RISK MANAGEMENT
CHIEF AUDIT EXECUTIVE
CHIEF OPERATIONS OFFICER
HEAD
DCM
GOVERNANCE & INTERNATIONAL
RELATIONS
CHIEF STRATEGY OFFICER
FINANCE
DCM
CORPORATE & HUMAN RESOURCES
DCM
TRADING SERVICES
DCM
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & PLANNING
CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER
HUMAN SETTLEMENTS, ENGINEERING &
TRANSPORT AUTHORITY
COMMUNITY & EMERGENCY SERVICES
DCM
DCM
DCM
CITY MANAGER
ETHEKWINI MUNICIPALITY
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Now a new 7 Wonder City of The World, Durban is a fast growing metropolitan city with many kilometres of pristine
beaches, iconic buildings, vibrant cultures, exceptional creativity and famous hospitality. Rich in cultural diversity,
Durban is a world-class tourist destination offering a wide range of experiences both within the city and in the
surrounding countryside. It has a magnificent beachfront along the Indian Ocean with a promenade which stretches
for several kilometres.
VISION OF THE MUNICIPALITY
By 2030, eThekwini Municipality will be Africa’s most caring and liveable city.
MISSION
The purpose of the eThekwini Municipality is to facilitate and ensure the provision of infrastructure, services and
support, thereby creating an enabling environment for all citizens to utilise their full potential and access
opportunities, which will enable them to contribute towards a vibrant and sustainable economy with full
employment, therefore creating a better quality of life for all.
LOCAL ECONOMY
Durban is the global business gateway to South Africa, Africa and the world. Here is Africa’s busiest port, the
continents top conferencing city and South Africa’s leading sport and tourist destination. This is a city which boasts
a world-class manufacturing sector and the second largest industrial concentration in South Africa and was recently
highlighted as one of the world’s evolving business centres.
CLIMATE
The eThekwini metropolitan has mild sub-tropical climate with sunshine for the most of the year.
LAND USE
The municipality is unique amongst major urban centres in that only 35% of the metropolitan area is predominantly
urban, with over 60 000 households living in traditional rural style dwellings.
STATE OF THE ECONOMY
The threats and risks to global economic growth remain and hence a slow global recovery is expected in the future.
According to the World Economic Outlook report in 2014, growth in South Africa is expected to stay sluggish as a
result of electricity constraints and labour conflicts. The national economy has battled to fully recover from the
impact of the 2009 recession due to low productivity in the mining and manufacturing sectors, owing to the strike
action. The South African Reserve Bank’s (SARB) Annual report has warned that emerging markets will be faced
with a difficult year ahead due to global economic contractions. South Africa's consumer confidence edged up from
negative to positive in the fourth quarter of 2014, although it remained below the key long-term average according to
the latest survey. Annual consumer inflation slowed to below six per cent mainly due to falling fuel prices. The
country’s power grid is under significant pressure as power demand threatens to outstrip capacity.
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Power shortages are a major constraint to an already sluggish economic growth and are seen as a deterrent to
investment. The volatility of the Rand will also pose an inflationary risk.
The 2013/14 financial year was challenging for the eThekwini Municipality on many fronts: the lag effects from the
global financial crisis five years ago is still being felt as the Eurozone is the major trading partner as well as the
main tourism source; the protracted strikes in the mining and metal industries impacted significantly on the
manufacturing sector – the second largest in the country; unspectacular GDP and employment growth and delays by
national government on major catalytic projects in the greater Durban area, the completion of which are key to
achieving the socio-economic objectives of the Economic Development and Job Creation Strategy for the city.
ETHEKWINI GDP PERFORMANCE
EThekwini’s GDP was recorded as R 217, 7 billion in 2013 representing an increase of 2.6% over 2012. Total exports
was R 60,2 billion and imports R 127,4 billion in 2013 showing increases of 15.3% and 17.2% respectively over the
previous year. Of the five main economies, only Johannesburg (2.8%) had a higher GDP growth rate than eThekwini
(2.6%) and which was also higher than the national rate of 1.9% during 2013.
PORT OF DURBAN
Currently handling more than 60% of total container traffic to and from South Africa, the Port of Durban handled
87.8 million tons of cargo in 2013/14, with an expected decrease to 84.9 million tons in 2014/15 financial year. It
remains the premier multi-purpose port of the country.
The above graph displays the total cargo handled at the port of Durban per quarter for the past two financial
years. There were quarter-on-quarter increases for the first 3 quarters; however there was a decline of 13, 9%
during the 4th quarter. This drop is due to various reasons: the festive season spike is usually between August to
September, when festive goods are already in stores and manufacturers prepare to close for the festive
period. Exports also decreased during the fourth quarter due to the winding down of the mining sector as they
prepare to shut down for exports of minerals.
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AIRCRAFT MOVEMENT
Aircraft Movements
Quarter 1 to 3: 2013 vs 2014
12700
Total Aircraft Movements
12600
12500
12400
12300
12200
2013
12100
2014
12000
11900
11800
Quarter 1
Quarter 2
Quarter 3
Time
The graph shows that aircraft movements have sharply increased in 2014 from Quarter 2 to Quarter 3. It also shows
that 2014 levels are much higher than in 2013. As the country’s main tourist market is mostly from the European
countries such as Germany and UK, it is possible that the increase is due to the euro crisis gradually abating thus
making it more affordable to travel.
UIF Applications
UIF Applications
Quarter 1 to 3: 2013 vs 2014
19,000
Number of applications
18,500
18,000
17,500
2013
17,000
2014
16,500
16,000
15,500
Quarter 1
Quarter 2
Time
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Quarter 3
UIF applications have increased quarter on quarter in 2014. However, the 2014 level for quarter 3 is much lower
than in 2013. During the past few years there has been no observable trend with respect to the number of claims
per year, but has shown the usual relation with the level of employment in the city – a drop in employment often
reflect increases in the number of UIF claims and conversely, whenever there is a huge drop in the number of
claims it is safe to assume that the economy is not shedding as many jobs as previously thought, however, despite
the occasional drop in UIF claims, they still remain high, reflecting the weak growth of the local economy.
ECONOMIC / SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
The city is positioning itself as a trade and investment destination of choice in Africa and has placed several
significant strategies and initiatives that will leverage maximum local benefit for the eThekwini region. Investments
include more than sixty five flagship projects across the city ranging from manufacturing, construction, real estate,
tourism, information communication technology, agriculture, maritime and logistics. The projects are expected to
create about 680 000 permanent jobs in the long-term and the potential revenue of about R 9 billion for the city.
Construction of the R 1 billion N2/M41 Mount Edgecombe Interchange is expected to have an array of spin-offs for
the city’s economy and is set to boost employment in the local construction sector. This three year project will
ease congestion in the area and is expected to be completed by February 2017.The second phase of the Western
aqueduct pipeline is underway whilst the first phase of the Northern Aqueduct is nearing completion. These
projects will significantly increase the capacity of the bulk water supply in those areas.
The Dube TradePort, Africa’s first purpose-built aerotropolis with a specific purpose on freight transport, has been
declared an Industrial Development Zone and will focus on high-value, niche agricultural and horticultural products,
as well as manufacturing and value-addition primarily for automotive, electronics and fashion garments sectors.
This is an initiative designed to drive investment, stimulate growth, boost job opportunities and develop skills and
will boost its capacity as a major logistics platform for Southern Africa. Dube City which forms part of the Dube
TradePort Corporation has attracted a significant private investor who plans to develop a major innovation hub at
the aerotropolis. These investments are aimed at accelerating ‘knowledge-intensive enterprises’ in the region.
The hub will host a range of disciplines including information and communication technology, bioscience, advanced
manufacturing sectors, sustainable energy and infrastructure and community development projects. The ambition
is a world-class investment and industrial hub. Dube Tradeport has already attracted over R 900 million in private
sector investment over the past five years in extent of 2,840 hectares and creating approximately 15,500 jobs.
Plans are in place to build a multibillion rand monorail between Durban and King Shaka International Airport, with
construction expected to start by 2017. The long awaited high-speed train between Durban and Johannesburg is
back on track and this project will also materialise by 2017.
In view of the ports being key engines for economic growth, government has embarked on a major drive to boost
the economy and position South Africa as a regional transhipment hub for Sub-Saharan Africa. Some of the major
expansion plans at the Port of Durban in the short term include the deepening of container berths; Pier 1 expansion
through an infill at Salisbury Island, reconstruction of Maydon Wharf and Island View berths as well as a new
passenger terminal. The project would increase the volume of container trade between 9 million and 12 million
TEUs over 30 years. Durban was also the first choice for a port upgrade because of its good infrastructure and
maritime connectivity, although the road and rail systems need to be considerably upgraded. Completion of the
feasibility study for the dig-out port is scheduled for the end of 2015 followed by approvals and a four-year
construction phase.
The city has earmarked approximately R 7 billion to be spent on infrastructure and services by 2018. In addition,
the biggest project in eThekwini’s history, the R 20 billion Integrated Public Transport Network (IRPTN) is set to
change lives through the development of nine corridors across different types of transport. The public transport
network will stretch as far as Hammarsdale to the west, Isipingo in the south and King Shaka International Airport
and oThongathi to the north as part of the Go! Durban’ transport plan that will connect 600 000 communities across
the city. This will offer Durban commuters a system that would use taxis, buses and trains at a cheaper rate than
existing modes of transportation. The city is the first in the country to roll out such a plan that incorporates all
modes of transport into a unified network.
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BUSINESS CONFIDENCE
Business confidence remained subdued during 2014 due to adverse economic conditions, according to the South
African Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SACCI). Additionally, there was the broader unintended consequences
associated with strike activity in certain areas of the economy which may have a lasting impact not only on business
confidence but on investor confidence and financial stability. Business Confidence in South Africa increased in the
fourth quarter of 2014 when compared to the third quarter of 2014. Decreased business confidence often implies
slowing economic growth as businesses are prone to decrease their investment. The eThekwini Municipality
recognizes this as a crucial challenge in the local economic region and in order to fast-track the implementation
plan arising out of the Municipality’s Economic Development and Job-Creation Strategy 2013-2018, a City Planning
Commission has been established with the purpose of acting as an advisory body to the municipality. The City is
also developing an Industrial Land Strategy aimed at unlocking prime industrial land as well as providing the
required infrastructure in key areas where demand for manufacturing activity exists.
The national programmes such as the Industrial Policy Action Plan and the designation of the Special Economic
Zone at the Dube Trade Port will greatly enhance the global competitiveness of the local manufacturing sector.
This was also recently evidenced by the announcement of R 1 billion in new investments by Toyota South Africa
Motors in the south of the eThekwini Municipal region. The automotive sector has the most significant multiplier
effect in the region and this is expected to boost employment and grow the existing supporting-industry base in the
future.
The Municipality’s Rates Policy is being amended with a suite of investment incentives that will target specific
sectors in regions where the city wants to encourage development. The incentives will be based on the investment
value, the number of jobs created and types of skills training offered. Another partnership initiative between the
City and the private sector involves the unblocking of major projects. This is a lobby that includes the City’s
Economic Development and Planning Cluster, together with the Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry
members.
The other challenges that impinge on the overall business confidence in the eThekwini region include the provision
of infrastructure in some of the key areas identified for major development. This is also linked to the uncertainty
regarding national government’s recent proposal to introduce a development levy for the provision of infrastructure
pertaining to roads, water and electricity. Businesses are therefore reluctant to expand due to the extra costs they
feel would compromise their bottom line. Another challenge relates to the cost of doing business and excessive red
tape experienced by foreign and local businesses when trying to expand or set up new entities in the region. This
will be addressed comprehensively from the update of the Municipality’s Best Practice City Commission that will
seek to identify all constraints to investment in the region and make a series of recommendations and it is hoped
that, when implemented, will greatly reduce the current challenges as mentioned.
Despite low business confidence locally, there was a more positive outlook for the world economy during 2014. The
affirmation of South Africa’s AGOA (Africa Growth Opportunities Act) status could positively influence trade to and
from South Africa. However, there is still a concern with the employment outlook as the current rates of
employment are still below that expected to meet the National Development Plan (NDP) targets. Presently
employment is growing at just over 2% and needs to grow by more than double the current rate to meet the NDPs
share of the national target. This is crucial as it also has a positive impact on income inequality and possible
increases in the Gini coefficient and possibly alleviates the strain on real disposable income of households and their
expenditure potential which is already under pressure.
The power outages by Eskom is expected to set back the potential for economic growth and has entailed further
downward adjustments to the 2014 GDP target set by the South African Reserve Bank and other major institutions.
In addition, these outages may reverse the decline of inflation, which is destabilising the economy and eroding
investor confidence. The continuous loss of production, especially in KwaZulu-Natal means that there may be
retrenchments on the cards as companies continuously lose production. As eThekwini boasts the 2 nd most
significant manufacturing region in the country, the power outages will have a negative impact on the GDP output
for this secondary sector in 2014 which in the last 10 years has shown a compound annual growth rate of 2.8%. In
the last quarter for national GDP, the manufacturing component recorded negative growth.
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The incorporation of new wards into the eThekwini municipal region, most of them rural will also be a challenge for
the city to enhance economic development especially towards job creation as it is expected the urbanisation trend
will continue. This is mainly due to people seeking employment in the developed areas of the city. The city needs
to plan ahead for this in terms of residential, economic, social and infrastructure needs which will surely impact on
the carrying capacity in these areas.
EVENTS
Hosting of events is a trend that is used by the cities of the world to stimulate the local economy through sport and
tourism events. Durban remains one of the leading South African cities with regards to successful hosting of worldclass and large tourism events. Events are used as leverage platforms in terms of encouraging visitors not only to
attend the event but to showcase what the city and the province have to offer, and encouraging visitors to return.
Durban is planning to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games. With the bid being formally lodged recently this will be
a golden opportunity to market the city. Having suitable accessible facilities already in place is a major advantage
for the city.
TOURISM
Due largely to its event led tourism to attract both business and leisure tourists, Durban is still the largest tourism
destination in the country and tourism is a major contributor to the city’s economy. Known for its hospitality and
beautiful panorama, the city was recently named the coolest city, the Most Underrated city by CNN Travel and the
Friendliest City by City Brand Index. Furthermore, the city is now officially a member of the New Wonder Cities of
the World. This accolade shows the commitment and competitive edge the city has as a leading tourism, events and
business destination. Durban Tourism’s efforts of making the city popular globally were starting to pay off with the
number of international visitors to the city increasing. In 2014 Durban has witnessed what is arguably the most
successful year for tourism, with an increase of 12.8 % from 2013. The city has also proved to be a big draw card for
domestic and international visitors over the festive period, which shows an average growth of more than 20 % in
visitor numbers. Once again Durban Tourism is to partner with The National Geographic Society to market the city
as a ‘must visit’ world class tourist destination around the world. The partnership would provide a platform to
engage with potentially 100 million visitors who had expressed a desire to visit Durban. In addition, government is
on a mission to get more international airlines to fly directly to King Shaka International Airport. As part of the plan
to position KZN as a destination attractive to charter groups, the Warsaw-to-Durban Charters has commenced,
bringing in Polish visitors to the city.
In its endeavour to continue being the leader in holiday destinations, eThekwini has fast tracked the refurbishment
of its beaches for the residents and visitors to enjoy with most of the upgrade work for the beachfront promenade
completed and ready. The CCTV camera network has been increased with additional cameras being installed to
monitor the entire stretch of the beachfront. The draft plan for the proposed facelift of the Bluff Beaches maps out
possible ways to unlock the potential of the Bluff area and establish it as an international tourist attraction. Due to
the increased demand in the cruise liner industry, a new world-class passenger terminal in the port is being planned
to be fully operational by 2016. The proposed passenger terminal will be able to handle 5 000 passengers and
berthing for three ships and would be a great opportunity for the city and tourism in the region.
The municipality is poised for steady economic growth from several major catalytic projects over the next 20 years,
creating in excess of a million construction jobs and over 600 000 permanent jobs. Major construction projects
such as the Cornubia mixed-use commercial-residential development, the port expansion plans, Dig-Out Port, Kings
Estate, Inyaninga Industrial Estate, on-going economic opportunities at Dube Trade Port and the development of
the dedicated freight route are all expected to contribute towards this growth.
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PROJECTS UPDATE
Durban-Gauteng Corridor
The Durban-Gauteng corridor is more than just a logistics route and there are significant development opportunities
that these routes will make possible. The City will work with the Province and other municipalities in proactively
planning and opening up opportunities in this corridor. In the central area of the city, from the Durban Inner City to
Pinetown, there will be further investments to support the inner city and entrench its role as a services centre
incorporating offices, sport and tourism uses, the civic heart and a residential community. It is also an area that
supports the micro enterprises and all of these aspects will be strengthened. The planning in the back of port area
will also be finalized.
Cornubia
Tongaat Hulett has sold the 12,8 hectares comprising the Cornubia Business Hub, of which 68,000m 2 went to a local
black-owned consortium, and this is the first major empowerment deal in the development. The bulk earthworks
for this site have commenced and completion is expected in mid-2015, after which construction of internal services
would follow. The construction of the top structures could start as early as next year with trading likely to begin in
2017. The value of the investment will be fully realised by 2018 after the opening of the Cornubia Shopping Centre,
already under construction by Investec and the completion of major infrastructure upgrades that include the
Flanders Drive interchange on the M41.
Umhlanga Ridge Town Centre Development
This development is set to transform Umhlanga with its cosmopolitan mix of residential, commercial and leisure
development that includes 150 000 square metres of commercial and mixed-use space, 100 000 square metres of
offices and 3 000 residential units, expecting to attract approximately R 10 billion in investments to the area and
generate 65 000 construction jobs and 16 000 permanent jobs. Several large corporate office developments have
already been established on the site. The Gateway Private Hospital is under construction and is due for completion
later this year. The Gateway shopping complex is currently undergoing an EIA process to increase their bulk by
approximately 200 000 square metres over the next 20 years. In terms of other residential developments, there are
five projects under construction.
Neighbourhood Development
The City has accessed grant and technical assistance funding from National Treasury via the Neighbourhood
Development Partnership Grant (NDPG) to facilitate investments in the township areas. To date, investments have
been made at Bridge City, the Mpumalanga New Town Centre, Umlazi, Clermont-KwaDabeka and KwaMashu. New
West Ridge Shopping Centre to be developed and along the P577 new Newlands which will come on stream during
2016. Over R 3,5 million has been allocated in 2014/15 by National Treasury as part of the NDPG towards the
KwaMashu Station Traders Facility and a pedestrian bridge across the M30 road in uMlazi at the KwaMnyandu node,
as well as the second phase of the upgrade to Shezi Road in Mpumalanga. A portion of this grant allocation has
already been spent on township developments and this has resulted in private sector developments such as the
Mpumalanga new Town Centre, Bridge City Mall and the KwaMnyandu Shopping Centre.
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Theme: Accelerating Service Delivery and Transforming Lives
The Medium Term draft budget 2015/2016, resonates Government’s call to support the “Back to Basics Programme”
which will ensure that we continue to improve the lives of our people through service delivery and ensure good
governance and consultation with our communities.
As a Municipality we view the budget as an instrumental process to strike a fine balance between the
responsibilities to our City’s residents and prudent financial management whilst striving to implement our goals as
set out in our Integrated Development Plan. In spite of the current global economic downturn we remain firm in our
commitment to manage public funds in a way that ensures that it transforms the quality of life of all people of
eThekwini.
The testament of our commitment to ensuring a sustainable city for our future generations based on infrastructureled growth, unlocking investment and creating an enabling environment for business to flourish and job creation to
occur lies in our City making a name for itself in 2015. We recently joined the ranks of the New7Wonders cities, and
then made it to the 7th position of the New York Times' list of 52 Places to Go to in 2015 and now we are ahead of
Cape Town and Jo’ burg after being named the South African city with the highest quality of life. This is good news
indeed for our City and will complement our positioning as the international tourism and investment destination.
The City’s bid to host the 2022 CommonWealth Games is a dream that will see Africa host the very first
Commonwealth Games and is projected to create jobs and provide an estimated R 20bn boost to the economy.
Having invested almost R3.4bn on sporting infrastructure in the City, Durban has played an integral part in
successfully hosting leading sporting events for our country and continent. The 2022 bid is part of the City’s
integrated strategic and development plan to build the profile of the city as a world-class sporting destination to
generate significant economic benefits for the region. Thereby further accelerating service delivery and
transforming lives. The opportunity to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Durban would be a catalyst and a
game changer in the lives of many ordinary people through promoting sport amongst the youth, towards nation
building and uplifting the lives of individuals. This is how we transform communities.
The 2015/16 Medium Term Expenditure Framework consisting of R 39.1bn consolidated budget has been developed
with an overall planning framework and includes programmes and projects to achieve the City’s strategic
objectives. Currently the key strategic focus is aimed at ensuring that the City becomes more financially resilient in
the future in an environment where there is huge demands on the budget, amongst others, to address the issues
related to the aging of infrastructure, developing new infrastructure and closing the social gap.
We must give recognition to our Finance team who in preparation of this budget were faced with following
challenges:
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The on-going difficulties in the national and local economy.
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National Treasury Austerity measures with the reduction in some grant allocations.
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Provincial Housing debt to EThekwini: Increased to R 3.3 billion
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The impacts of rising interest rates on households and consumer spending.
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Incorporation of new areas: mainly rural
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Limited resources and minimal growth in the rates base & costs to unblock development.
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The increased cost of bulk purchases which is placing upward pressure on service tariffs.
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Increase in informal settlements and the related pressure on the provision of free basic services.
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Major strain on capital budget due to increased demand and eradication of backlogs.
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The impact of rural to urban migration on the provision of services
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Amendments to the MPRA and impacts on the city finances.
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Unemployment
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Sustaining existing collection rates.
Taking cognisance of the budgeting principles, the current national and local economy together with the formidable
challenges above, the 2015 /16 medium term draft budget has been compiled to ensure it is sustainable,
affordable, realistic and balanced. Every effort has been taken to keep major tariffs cost reflective and realistic.
Emphasis has been placed to deliver on key mandates as outlined in our Integrated Development Plan. Whilst
ensuring the City’s need to grow its rates base growth for sustainability of free basic services the budget balances
capital expenditure for social, economic, rehabilitation and support.
The Municipality has applied austerity measures in order to address the initial budget deficit and to conform to
National Treasury’s cost containment guidelines by ensuring;
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Bottom line budget increases limited to 5% or less except in exceptional circumstances.
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Overtime and consultants costs have been drastically reduced.
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Utilisation of vehicles to be stringently monitored. Only essential trips to be made.
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All officials to continue to travel in economy class and overseas travel limited to essential.
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Rationalisation of all vacant posts
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Trimming/cutting down on luxuries
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Bench-marking of prices to be introduced through the Quote Management System.
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Productivity assessment and bench-marking of costs to be undertaken by Management Services.
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Security risk assessment to be undertaken in order to reduce security costs.
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Zero tolerance with regard to theft of electricity and water and non-payment of accounts.
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Electricity and Water losses to be actively managed.
Contained in this budget are key issues of concern. The constant power outages have been identified by the
Municipality as a risk. A multilateral forum has been set up led by myself and the City Manager with to come up
with strategies to mitigate the impact of load shedding on the City’s operations and the local economy. The
proposed operational expenditure budget which funds the continued provision of services provided by the
Municipality, increased from R 30.1 billion in 2014/15 to R 33.1 billion in 2015/16. This further increases to R 35.8
billion in 2016/17 and R 38.9 billion in 2017/18 respectively. The increase of the operating budget is mainly due to
cost of bulk purchases of water and electricity, cost of addressing service delivery backlogs, repairs and
maintenance of infrastructure, employee related costs as a result of filling of vacancies and provision for salary
increase and the impact of capital spending on the operating expenditure.
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The main driving costs to the City’s R 33.1bn operating expenditure is attributed to R 5.9 bn for Water Services, R
1.8bn for Cleansing And Solid Waste, R 2.1 bn attributed to Sanitation Services, R 12.5 bn allocated for Electricity
Services, Engineering Services will cost the City R 1.6 bn and R 3.1 bn for Community and Emergency Services.
The 2015/16 proposed capital expenditure budget is R 6.1 bn and is projected to increase to R 6.9 billion in
2017/18 of which approximately 81% is allocated to meeting infrastructure and household services needs and
backlogs over the medium term. The capital budget is directly informed by the needs submitted by the community
through the IDP process. R 3.6 billion of this is directed to new housing developments and interim servicing of
informal settlements. The capital budget continues to reflect consistent efforts to address backlogs in basic
services and the renewal of the infrastructure of existing network services.
The tariff increases for 2015/16 as proposed is reflective of an appropriate balance between the interest of poor
households, other customers and ensuring the financial sustainability of the Municipality. The main tariff increases
are:
Service
Cost
Assessment Rates
6.9 %
Water
· Residential
·
9.5 %
12.9 %
Business
Electricity
12.2 %
Sanitation
7.9 %
Refuse
7.9 %
The significant contributory factors for the increase in levels of rates and service charges must be viewed in the
context of the percentage increases of bulk purchases of both Eskom and Umgeni Water. Furthermore, the adverse
impacts of the current economic climate coupled with unfavourable external pressures on services, make tariff
increases higher than the CPI levels inevitable.
This draft budget pursues the Municipality’s pledge to support Provincial Governments Back to Basics programmes
aimed at rekindling the spirit of service delivery in the Province’s Municipalities. With over 75 % of residents having
access to basic services, the Municipality has one of the best service delivery programmes in Africa. The estimated
cost of the Municipality’s social package amounts to approximately R 3.4 billion for the 2015/16 budget year.
However we are fully aware of the journey before us to eradicate poverty and deliver basic services to all.
The Tabling of this draft Budget affords the City, its administrative and political spheres, an opportunity to invite
and host members of the public and various stakeholders to interrogate and comment prior to the tabling of the
final Budget at the end of May. I urge all residents to take this opportunity to attend the draft budget hearings
taking place closest to you.
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1.2.1 BUDGET RELATED RESOLUTIONS
That the draft budget for 2015/2016 and the indicative budgets for the 2016/2017 and 2017/2018 of eThekwini
Municipality and its entities tabled in terms of Section 16(2) of the Municipal Finance Management Act (MFMA), be
approved in principle by the Council and will be subject to further consideration arising out of the input received
during the public participation process
That note be taken of the contents of the budget documentation circulated in accordance with the Municipal
Finance Management Act, No.56 of 2003.
1.2.2
ESTIMATES OF INCOME AND EXPENDITURE
(i) That in terms of section 24 of the Municipal Finance Management Act, 56 of 2003, the annual budget of the
municipality for the financial year 2015/16; and indicative allocations for the two projected outer years
2016/17 and 2017/18; and the multi-year and single year capital appropriations are approved as set-out in
the following tables of the budget document:
v Budgeted Financial Performance (Revenue and Expenditure by Standard Classification) (Table A2;Page 55)
v Budgeted Financial Performance (Revenue and Expenditure by Municipal Vote) (Table A3; Page 56)
v Budgeted Financial Performance (Revenue by Source and Expenditure by Type) (Table A4; Page 57)
v Multi-year and single year capital appropriations by municipal vote and standard classification and
associated funding by source (Table A5; Page 58)
(ii) That the financial position, cash flow, cash-backed reserve/accumulated surplus, asset management and
basic service delivery targets are adopted as set out in the following tables:
v Budgeted Financial Position
(Table A6; Page 60)
v Budgeted Cash Flows
(Table A7 ; Page 62)
v Asset Management
(Table A9 ; Page 64)
v Basic Service Delivery Measurement
(Table A10 ; Page 66)
1.2.3
MUNICIPAL ENTITIES
That the Municipal Entities budget as reflected on pages 286 to 311 be approved
1.2.4 RECAPITULATION: VALUATION OF RATEABLE PROPERTY
That it be recorded that the recapitulation certificate summarising the valuations of rateable property, as certified
by the City Valuer, are laid on the table.
The following resolutions, pertaining to property rates (items 1.2.5 to 1.2.10) and in conformity with the provisions
of Section 14 of the Local Government: Municipal Property Rates Act 6 of 2004 and Sections 17 (3) (a) (ii) and 24 (2)
(c) (i) of the Local Government: Municipal Finance Management Act 56 of 2003, be adopted.
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1.2.5 DETERMINATION OF RATES
In terms of the amended Rates Policy adopted in principle by Council on 29 January 2015 and to be adopted with
the budget, the Municipality may levy different Rates for different categories of Property.
That the rate randage for the said financial year for the eThekwini Municipality, be and is hereby assessed and
levied for the following categories at:
Categories
Residential at
Agricultural at
Industrial at
Business and commercial at
Public service infrastructure at
Vacant land at
Unauthorised or illegal development at
Rural Residential at
Development Phasing Line at
2015/2016
Cents in the rand
2016/2017
Cents in the rand
2017/2018
Cents in the rand
1.115
0.279
3.262
2.528
0.279
4.998
5.574
1.115
1.649
1.187
0.297
3.474
2.692
0.297
5.323
5.936
1.187
1.757
1.270
0.318
3.717
2.880
0.318
5.696
6.352
1.270
1.880
Multiple-Use Property will be dealt with in accordance with the Rates Policy.
1.2.6 EXEMPTIONS, REBATES AND REDUCTIONS
That the following reductions on the market value of the property and rebates on the rates payable, be and are
hereby granted in accordance with the Rates Policy.
1.2.6.1 RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY
That in addition to the statutory reduction of R 15 000, a further reduction of R 105 000 be and is hereby approved
for property values exceeding R 185 000. The conversion of the aforementioned residential reduction into an
application driven rebate is hereby extended by one year to the 2016/2017 financial year.
1.2.6.2 PUBLIC BENEFIT ORGANISATIONS
That on application and approval, only Public Benefit Organisations listed in clause 7.5 of the Municipality’s Rates
Policy 2015/2016 shall receive an exemption from rates.
1.2.6.3 SENIOR CITIZENS, DISABILITY GRANTEES / MEDICALLY BOARDED PERSONS AND CHILD
HEADED HOUSEHOLDS
(i) That in addition to the reduction in 1.2.6.1 above, a rebate not exceeding R 3 623 or such lesser amount as
may otherwise be payable, be and is hereby approved for qualifying pensioners, disability grantees /
medically boarded persons and child headed households as defined in the indigent policy.
(ii) That it be and is hereby resolved to place a maximum limit of R3 million on the value of the property, in
order to qualify for the senior citizens rebate in (i) above.
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1.2.6.4 LIFE RIGHTS SCHEMES AND RETIREMENT VILLAGES
That on application and approval, a 25% rebate be granted to Life Rights Schemes and Retirement Villages
registered in terms of the Housing Development Scheme for Retired Persons Act 65 of 1988.
1.2.6.5 SCHOOLS NOT FOR GAIN
That a rebate of 50% be and is hereby granted to qualifying schools not for gain.
1.2.6.6
BED AND BREAKFAST UNDERTAKINGS
That on application and approval a rebate of 50% be granted to all Bed and Breakfast establishments, that have a
valid Registration Certificate issued by eThekwini Municipality.
1.2.6.7
GUEST HOUSE UNDERTAKINGS
That on application and approval a rebate of 25% be granted to all Guest House undertakings, that have a valid
Registration Certificate issued by eThekwini Municipality.
1.2.6.8
BACK–PACKER LODGES, HOLIDAY ACCOMODATION AND STUDENT ACCOMMODATION
(i) That on application and approval, the following rebates shall apply to Back-packer establishments that
have a valid Registration Certificate issued by eThekwini Municipality:
a) Where up to 4 beds are available to guests, a rebate not exceeding 50% will apply;
b) Where up to 8 beds are available to guests, a rebate not exceeding 25% will apply;
(ii) That on application and approval, property let out for the purposes of Holiday Accommodation for reward,
be granted a rebate of 25%
(iii) That on application, property let out for the purposes of Student Accommodation, be granted a rebate of
25%.
1.2.6.9 NATURAL AND OTHER DISASTERS
(i)
That on application and approval a temporary rebate of 75% be granted in respect of property damaged
by disaster for a period of six months or a portion thereof.
(ii)
That on application and approval, that a further temporary rebate of 75% be granted thereafter for a
period not exceeding six months.
(iii)
That the rebate is granted on the category of property prior to damage.
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1.2.6.10
VACANT LAND
That the reduction of R 30 000 on the market value of Vacant Land outside the Development Phasing Line be reintroduced effective from 1 July 2015.
1.2.6.11
MUNICIPAL PROPERTIES
All municipal owned properties are exempted from property rates, except for trading services.
1.2.6.12
NATURE RESERVES AND CONVERSATION AREAS
That on application and approval, nature reserves and conservation areas shall be excluded from rates.
1.2.6.13
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Developments as indicated in the Incentive Policy of Council and as defined in the rates policy and which fall within
the Development nodes approved by Council shall receive a rebate as approved by Council on application and will
be limited to :
(i)
Green field development as defined in policy .; and
(ii)
Brown Field development will receive a rebate as per the table below:
VALUE OF DEVELOPMENT
REBATE ON TAX PAYABLE IN
PERCENTAGE
R (MILLIONS)
1.2.6.14
0
-
50
15%
51
- 150
25%
151 - 300
50%
301 and above
65%
SPECIAL RATING AREAS
(i) That the Special Rating Areas as indicated in Annexure A be and are hereby established.
(ii) That in respect of the Special Rating Areas additional rates, as indicated in Annexure A hereto, be approved
and levied in respect of each category of property within the boundaries of the Special Rating Area.
1.2.6.15
CONSULATES
(i) That where a consulate claims exemption from rates, such rates shall be payable by the Department of
International Relations and Co-operation.
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1.2.7
PHASING IN OF RATES
That the following phasing in of rates be and are hereby approved subject to Section 21 of The Local Government:
Municipal Property Rates Act 6 of 2004:
(i) A rate levied on newly rateable property must be phased in over a period of three financial years.
(ii) A rate levied on property belonging to a Land Reform Beneficiary or his or her heirs must, after ten years
from the date on which such beneficiary’s title was registered in the office of the Registrar of Deeds, be
phased in over a period of three financial years.
The phasing in discount on properties referred to in (i) and (ii) above will apply as follows:
a) 75% in the first year
b) 50% in the second year
c) 25% in the third year
(iii) A rate levied on newly rateable property owned and used by organizations conducting specified
public benefit activities and registered in terms of the Income Tax Act for those activities must be phased
in over a period of four financial years, with the following phasing in discounts:
a)
b)
c)
d)
1.2.8
100% in the first year
75% in the second year
50% in the third year
25% in the fourth year
DATE OF OPERATION OF DETERMINATION OF RATES
That this determination comes into operation on 1 July 2015.
1.2.9
FINAL DATE FOR PAYMENT OF RATES
(i) Where rates are payable in monthly instalments, such payments shall be in twelve (12) equal or near equal
instalments payable 21 days from the date of account.
(ii) Where rates are payable annually the final date for payment shall be 31 October 2015, provided that where
this date falls on a Sunday or public holiday payment shall occur on the last working day prior to such
Sunday or public holiday.
1.2.10 ADMINISTRATION CHARGE ON ARREAR RATES
That the administration charge on arrear rates as referred to in Section 11.6 of the Credit Control and Debt
Collection Policy is determined at 10%. Collection of arrear rates is in accordance with the Credit Control and Debt
Collection Policy.
Interest on Arrears
That Council shall determine the interest rate on arrear accounts, it being noted that the current interest rate is
currently at prime plus 1%.
1.2.11 OTHER TARIFFS AND CHARGES
(i) That other tariffs and charges as circulated with the budget document in terms of section 24(2)(c)(i) and
(ii) be approved for the financial year commencing 1 July 2015.
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(ii) That the average Electricity Tariff increase of 12.2%, be hereby approved by Council, it being recorded that
in view of the application approving this tariff increase is yet to be processed by NERSA and a proposed
additional increase of the bulk purchase tariff by Eskom, a report on any future impact on eThekwini’s
electricity tariff will need to be considered by the Council.
(iii) That the average Water tariff increases of 9.5% for residential properties and 12.9% for commercial
properties be hereby approved by Council.
1.2.12
DOMESTIC WATER DEBT RELIEF PROGRAM
That it be and is hereby resolved to place a maximum limit of R 250 000 on the rateable value of the property in
order to qualify for the Water Debt Relief Program.
1.2.13 ELECTRICITY DEBT RECOVERY USING THE 80/20% OR 50/50% PREPAYMENT SYSTEM
That it be and is hereby resolved to place a maximum limit of R 250 000 on the rateable value of the property in
order for a private residential property to qualify for the electricity 80/20% or 50/50% prepayment debt recovery
facility.
1.2.14 BUDGET RELATED POLICIES
(i)
RATES POLICY
That the Rates Policy reviewed and amended in terms of Section 5 of the Municipal Property Rates Act 6 of 2004
and Section 17(3)(e) of the Local Government: Municipal Finance Management Act 56 of 2003, be and is hereby
adopted with the budget.
(ii)
CREDIT CONTROL AND DEBT COLLECTION POLICY
The Credit Control and Debt Collection Policy adopted by Council on 19 March 2014 is currently under review.
(iii)
TARIFF POLICY
The Tariff Policy adopted by Council on 14 May 2013 remains unchanged.
(iv)
FUNDING AND RESERVES POLICY
The Funding and Reserves Policy adopted by Council on 3 May 2010 remains unchanged.
(v)
BUDGET POLICY
That the Budget Policy approved by Council on 23 February 2011 remains unchanged.
(vi)
OTHER BUDGET RELATED POLICIES
That in terms of Section 24(2)(c)(v) of the Municipal Finance Management Act, 56 of 2003, there are no proposed
amendments to any other budget related policies.
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1.2.15 CAPITAL EXPENDITURE ESTIMATE
(i) That in those instances where information has been provided in terms of Section 19(2)(b) of the
Municipal Finance Management Act No. 56 of 2003, together with project procurement scheduling, the
approval of the capital budget constitutes project approval for the specific projects as reflected in the
detailed capital budget. It being noted that project budgets will be re-prioritised if departments fail to
submit their project procurement schedules.
(ii) Where information in terms of Section 19(2)(b) is not provided, specific project approval is to be sought
from Council during the course of the year and that approval by Council be given only if the report seeking
approval is accompanied by the specific project procurement schedule.
(iii) That the capital budget procurement process commenced with the approval of the tabled budget.
(iv) The spend on the capital budget for the first 6 months of the financial year is targeted at not less than 35%.
1.2.16 BORROWINGS TO FINANCE THE CAPITAL BUDGET
That authority be sought from Council for the raising of appropriate long term debt in terms of Section 46 of the
Municipal Finance Management Act No 56 of 2003, to finance in part the municipality’s capital budget over the
MTREF period.
1.2.17 HOUSING/HOSTELS DEFICIT
(i) That the estimated Formal Housing Deficit of R 45m for the 2015/2016 financial year be met from the Rate
Fund.
(ii) That the estimated New Development Housing and Hostels deficit of R 308.9m be funded from the Rate
Fund.
(iii) That appropriate interventions be escalated by the Executive Committee including, inter alia, the phased
introduction of economic rentals, the constructive engagement of the Provincial State Authorities to secure
additional funding and strategies to reduce electricity and water consumption.
(iv) That the 6 500 housing units built per annum and currently provided for is dependent on additional funding
being sourced, in negotiations with the Provincial Authorities, and that a report on any future impact of the
funding sourced, will need to be considered by the Committee.
1.2.18 NEW FUNCTIONS/ SERVICES
That no new functions or service be introduced without specific approval thereto by the Council after full
consideration of the effect thereof on the Council’s Budget.
1.2.19 MEASURABLE PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES
That in terms of Section 24(2)(c)(iii) of the Municipal Finance Management Act No. 56 of 2003, the measurable
performance objectives for capital and operating expenditure by vote for each year of the medium term revenue
and expenditure framework as set out in Table SA7 ( Page 124 ) be approved.
1.2.20 INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PLAN (IDP)
That the draft reviewed Municipality’s Integrated Development Plan (IDP) was tabled with the budget in terms of
Section 17(3)(d) of the Municipal Finance Management Act No.56 of 2003, it being recorded that the annual review
process as prescribed in terms of Section 34 of the Municipal Systems Act, is continuing and that report to the
Executive Committee will be submitted on completion of the consultative process.
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1.2.21 PARTICULARS OF INVESTMENTS
That in terms of Section 17 (3) (f) of the Municipal Finance Management Act No. 56 of 2003, particulars of the
Councils investments are reflected in Tables SA15 – SA16 (Pages 134 - 135).
1.2.22 REMUNERATION OF COUNCILLORS AND SENIOR OFFICIALS
That in terms of Section 17(3)(k) of the Municipal Finance Management Act No.56 of 2003 that the proposed cost to
Council of the salary, allowances and benefits of each political office bearer, councillor and senior officials of the
municipality and its entities, is reflected in Tables SA22 – SA23 (Pages 143 - 144 ).
1.2.23 UNFUNDED MANDATES
That the Council make representation to the Provincial and National Government regarding unfunded mandates
presently undertaken by the Municipality with a view to securing funding for those services. The cost of unfunded
mandates is set out hereunder:
R’ m
184.1
353.3
56.7
308.9
45.0
948.0
Libraries
Health – other than municipal health services
Museums
Housing: New Development and Hostels
Formal Housing
1.2.24 IMPACT OF HOUSING EXPENDITURE ON THE CASH RESERVES
That Council make representation to the Premier of the Kwa Zulu Natal Province regarding expenditure incurred by
the municipality amounting to R 3.3 bn as at 28 February 2015 for the construction and provision of housing done on
an agency basis on behalf of the KZN Department of Human Settlements (KZN DOHS) in order to secure funding.
In addition, in order to avoid the cash reserves dropping below prudent levels that could negatively impact our
good credit rating, the municipality should only implement KZN DOHS approved housing projects and
implementation (incl. invoicing and submission of claims to KZN DOHS) of these approved projects to be in line with
the approved KZN DOHS budget and cash flows.
1.2.24
FREE BASIC SERVICES
That the Basic Services Package as set out on page 79 is approved for the budget year 2015/2016
1.2.25
OFF BALANCE SHEET FINANCING
That approval in principle be granted for alternate financing options/models to be considered, incorporating but
not limited to Sect 33 (Contracts having future budgetary implications) of the MFMA type arrangements, to finance
major infrastructure works requiring significant capital sums over several years where risks and rewards are
equitably shared between the municipality and its chosen partner/s. Each specific project will be submitted to
Council for consideration.
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ANNEXURE A – 2015/16
ADDITIONAL RATES LEVIED ON SPECIAL RATING AREAS (1.2.6.14 REFERS)
Special Rating Areas
a) Precincts bordered by Monty Naicker,
Dorothy Nyembe, Anton Lembede and Dr Yusuf
Dadoo Streets. (CBD Precinct)
b) Precinct bordered by Soldiers Way, Dr AB
Xuma Road, Florence Nzama Street and Bram
Fischer Road. (North East Business Precinct)
c) Precinct bordered by Dorothy Nyembe
Street, Margaret Mncadi Avenue, Beach
Walk and Anton Lembede Street. (North
East Business Precinct)
d) Precinct bordered by Soldiers Way, Bram
Fischer Road, Sylvester Ntuli, KE Masinga and
Archie Gumede (Place) Roads. (North East
Business Precinct)
e) Precinct bordered by OR Tambo Parade, Dr
Pixley KaSeme Street Mall, Rutherford and
Gillespie Streets
(South Beach Precinct).
f) Umhlanga Promenade Precinct bordered by
Ocean Way (South), Lot 430 (North), Lagoon
Drive (West) and the Indian Ocean (East).
g) Precinct bordered by Burlington Road,
Burlington Drive, Nagel Road, Windsor Road,
Midmar Road and Henley Road.
h) Umhlanga Village Precinct bordered by
Flamingo Lane, Ocean Way, Lagoon Drive,
McCauland Crescent, Weaver Crescent and the
Ruth First Highway.
i) Giba Gorge bordered by N3 Highway (South),
Reservoir Road, Jan Smuts Avenue, Galloway
Lane, Mountbatten Place, Alexander Drive,
King Cetshwayo Highway (East), Portion 157 of
Clifton (North) to Saint Helier Road (West)
j) Maytime Community bordered by M13
Highway, Woodside Avenue, Haygarth Road,
Abrey Road, Msonti, Quilhall Lane, Alexander
Avenue, Mtonbi and Victory Road.
K) Area consisting of the length of Florida
Road, from Lillian Road to Mitchell’s Park,
including properties on both sides of Florida
Road.
Business and
Commercial
Industrial
0,001095
0,003286
0
0
0
0
0,000525
0,000613
0,000876
0
0
0,000525
0,000613
0,000876
0
0
0,000525
0,000613
0,000876
0
0,001677
0,005032
0
0,008386
0
0,000786
0,002358
0
0,003931
0
0,003100
0,009300
0
0,015500
0
0
0,002022
0
0
0
0,000489
0
0
0,000489
0,000489
0,003909
0,003909
0,003909
0,003909
0
0
0,006522
0,006522
0
0
Residential
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Vacant
Land
Agriculture
1.3
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1.3.1 INTRODUCTION
The 2015/2016 Medium Term budget proposes a total consolidated budget of R 39.1 billion which has been
developed with an overall planning framework and includes programmes and projects to achieve the city’s strategic
objectives. Provisions in this medium term budget continue to support government’s commitment to broadening
service delivery and expanding investment in infrastructure, while taking into account the constrained fiscal
environment. Municipal revenues and cash flows are expected to remain under pressure in 2015/16 due to the state
of the economy; hence a conservative approach has been adopted when projecting expected revenues and
receipts. Spending plans had to be revised and funds reprioritised to ensure key objectives are achieved. This
budget has been developed to contribute to the municipality achieving the strategic objectives of the IDP. The
2015/2016 MTREF is informed by the municipality’s long-term financial strategy with emphasis on affordability and
long-term sustainability. National Treasury’s MFMA Circular Nos. 74 & 75 was used to guide the compilation of the
2015/16 MTREF. In addition, this budget format and content incorporates the requirements of the Municipal Budget
and Reporting Regulations. The budget also takes into consideration the incorporation of new wards into the
municipal area.
The following budgeting PRINCIPLES were applied in formulating the medium term budget:
-
Sustainable, affordable, realistic and balanced budget
Budget to contribute to achieving strategic objectives of the IDP
Major tariffs to be cost reflective, realistic and affordable
Income/ Revenue driven budget: affordability i.e. if funds do not materialise review expenditure
Realistic and achievable collection rates
Loans to be sustainable and affordable and utilised for capital projects only
Need to ensure rates base growth to ensure sustainability of free basic services
Balancing capital expenditure for social, economic, rehabilitation and support
Holistic: account for basket of goods & services provided, that are needs driven into the IDP
The main CHALLENGES experienced during the compilation of the 2015/16 MTREF can be summarised as follows:
-
The on-going difficulties in the national and local economy.
National Treasury Austerity measures with the reduction in some grant allocations.
Provincial Housing debt to EThekwini: Increased to R 3.3 billion
The impacts of rising interest rates on households and consumer spending.
Incorporation of new areas: mainly rural
Limited resources and minimal growth in the rates base & costs to unblock development.
The increased cost of bulk purchases which is placing upward pressure on service tariffs.
Increase in informal settlements and the related pressure on the provision of free basic services.
Major strain on capital budget due to increased demand and eradication of backlogs.
The impact of rural to urban migration on the provision of services.
Amendments to the MPRA and impacts on the city finances.
Unemployment: sustaining existing collection rates.
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In order to address the initial budget deficit and ensure reasonable levels of tariffs and also to conform to National
Treasury cost containment guidelines, the following AUSTERITY MEASURES have been applied to the 2015/16
medium term budget:
-
Bottom line budget increases limited to 5% or less except in exceptional circumstances.
Overtime and consultants costs have been drastically reduced.
Utilisation of vehicles to be stringently monitored. Only essential trips to be made.
All officials to continue to travel in economy class and overseas travel limited to essential.
Rationalisation of all vacant posts
Trimming/cutting down on luxuries
Bench-marking of prices to be introduced through the Quote Management System.
Productivity assessment and bench-marking of costs to be undertaken by Management Services.
Security risk assessment to be undertaken in order to reduce security costs.
Zero tolerance with regard to theft of electricity and water and non-payment of accounts.
Electricity and Water losses to be actively managed.
1.3.2 OVERVIEW OF THE 2015/16 MTREF
OPERATING BUDGET
The operating budget, which funds the continued provision of services provided by the municipality, increased from
R 30.1 billion in 2014/15 to R 33.1 billion in 2015/16, R 35.8 billion in 2016/17 and R 38.9 billion in 2017/18
respectively.
The growth of the operating budget is mainly due to:
·
·
·
·
·
Cost of bulk purchases - Water and Electricity
Cost of addressing service delivery backlogs
Repairs and maintenance of infrastructure
Employee related costs as a result of filling of vacancies and provision for salary increase
Impact of capital spending on operating expenditure
The following are the Main Drivers of the 2015/16 Operating Budget of R 33.1 billion.
·
Water Services: R 5.9 billion (17.8 %), increase of R 649 million (11.9%)
o
o
o
o
o
o
Bulk Water Purchases
Free Basic Water
Repairs and Maintenance
Interest on Loans
Staff Expenditure
Depreciation
R
R
R
R
R
791
705
648
351
614
million
million
million
million
million
Water services are provided to approximately 946 000 consumers via 327 storage facilities, 98 pumps stations
and 5 purification works. The maintenance of these facilities and the reticulation network is vital to ensure that
the system is capacitated to deliver at acceptable standards. The capacity to provide the service effectively and
efficiently is a critical component in the delivery of sustainable basic services, for the improvement of a healthy
living environment and in the support of economic development. Due to the increase in demand, projects to
increase the capacity of the bulk water supply in certain areas will continue.
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·
Cleansing and Solid Waste: R 1.8 billion (5.4 %), increase of R 106 million (6.1%)
o
o
o
o
o
Community based contractors
Staff Expenditure
Refuse Bags
Repairs & Maintenance
Depreciation R 100 million
R
R
R
R
266 million
474 million
81 million
78 million
Refuse removal service is provided once a week to over 945 000 households, both formal and informal.
Approximately 74 million refuse bags are distributed and over 963 tons of refuse is removed annually. The unit
engages community based contractors as well as major contractors to provide domestic refuse collection and
litter picking in their contracted areas. All major streets are cleaned on a daily basis and the CBD streets are
swept thrice daily. High pressure washing of streets and pavements takes place at night.
·
Sanitation: R 2.1 billion (6.3 %) increase of R 35 million (1.7%)
o
o
o
o
o
Repairs & Maintenance
Free Basic Sanitation
Ablution Facilities
Staff Expenditure
Depreciation
R
295 million
R 249 million
R 128 million
R 398 million
R 215 million
The service relates to the collection and treatment of waste water produced in the city. A vast infrastructure
network of over 7.7 km’s of sewer pipeline, 300 pump stations and 31 waste water treatment works is
employed to achieve this. Approximately 491 000 KL of effluent flows into the treatment works daily. The
municipality also provides services to the rural areas via environmentally friendly and innovative ways of
sanitation disposal, as well as providing community ablution blocks within informal settlements.
·
Electricity Service: R 12.5 billion (37.8 %), increase of 1.3 billion (12%)
o
o
o
o
Bulk Purchases
Repairs and maintenance
Staff Expenditure
Depreciation
R7
R1
R
R
969 million
032 million
971 million
271 million
Electricity services are provided to more than 700 000 customers within the city and surrounding areas. The aim
of the unit is to provide electrical services to all sectors of the community and provide energy solutions that
promote business growth and enhanced economic stimulation. The electrical network which includes 152 major
substations is progressively expanded to cater for growth and new connections. The electrification of Rural and
Informal Settlement’s programme will continue with new prepaid customer connections.
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Engineering Services: R 1.6 billion ( 4.8 % )
o
o
o
o
Repairs & Maintenance
Staff Expenditure
Depreciation
Hire of Plant and Vehicles
R
R
R
R
545
661
434
97
million
million
million
million
The unit provides engineering, buildings and built environmental infrastructure, surveying and land information
services. This includes the maintenance of the tarred and gravel municipal road network (over 8 000 km) and
sidewalks, the storm-water systems of pipes, open drains and canals as well as the design and construction of
road & bridge infrastructure. The unit is also responsible for architectural project and maintenance service as
well as infrastructure management.
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Community and Emergency Services: R 3.1 billion ( 9.4 % ) increase of R 140 million
o
o
o
o
Staff Expenditure
Repairs & Maintenance
External Security & VIP Guards
Verge Maintenance
R 2 006
R 114
R
89
R
54
million
million
million
million
The unit provides Parks, Recreation & Culture as well as Safety and Security services. These entail operation and
maintenance of facilities which include 336 soccer fields, 163 community halls, 141 Parks, 65 Cemeteries, 95
libraries, 9 museums and 52 swimming pools. The unit also maintains 260 000 ha of verges in the municipal area.
The Health department provides primary health care via its 59 clinics. The Disaster management and emergency
control unit provides emergency services on a 24/7 basis across the municipal area. In addition the unit also
operates and maintains 20 fire stations and over 350 CCTV cameras.
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Other
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
ETA: Transport Unit
Metro Police Services
Information Technology
Events
Tourism Marketing
Economic Development Sector Programmes
Youth Development Initiatives
Poverty Alleviation: Soup Kitchens
Rural Development & Agriculture
Neighbourhood Development
R 1 760
R 954
R 290
R 128
R
25
R
29
R
66
R
40
R
23
R
70
million
million
million
million
million
million
million
million
million
million
TARIFFS
The proposed tariff increases for the medium term are as follows:
2015/2016
2016/2017
2017/2018
6.9 %
6.5 %
7%
- Residential
9.5 %
7.5 %
7.5 %
- Business
12.9 %
12.0 %
12.0 %
Electricity
12.2 %
12.2 %
12.2 %
Sanitation
7.9 %
7.9 %
7.9 %
Refuse
7.9 %
7.9 %
7.9 %
SERVICE
Assessment Rates
Water
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The above increases in tariffs reflect an appropriate balance between the interest of poor households, other
customers and ensuring the financial sustainability of the municipality.
The following are general contributory factors for the increase in levels of rates and service charges:
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The cost of bulk purchases
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The impact of capital spend on the operating budget
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Salary increase with effect from 1 July 2015
·
Provision for the filling of critical vacancies
·
Rollout of infrastructure and the provision of basic services
·
Increased maintenance of network and structure
The percentage increases of both Eskom and Umgeni Waters’ bulk tariffs are above the inflation rate. Given that
these tariff increases are determined by the external bodies, the impacts they have on the municipality’s tariff are
largely outside the control of the City. Furthermore, the adverse impacts of the current economic climate coupled
with unfavourable external pressures on services, make tariff increases higher than the CPI levels inevitable.
CAPITAL BUDGET
Over the next three financial years, 2015/16 to 2017/18, capital spending is projected to increase to R 6.1 billion in
2015/16 and to R 6.9 billion in 2017/18. R 15.5 billion (approximately 81%) is allocated to meeting infrastructure
and household services needs and backlogs over the medium term. R 3.6 billion of this is directed to new housing
developments and interim servicing of informal settlements. The capital budget continues to reflect consistent
efforts to address backlogs in basic services and the renewal of the infrastructure of existing network services.
Major Capital Programmes in the Medium-Term Capital Budget:
PROJECT / ITEM
Low cost Housing and Infrastructure
EThekwini Transport Authority (Including PTIS)
Electricity Infrastructure
Addressing Community Service Backlogs
Water Loss Intervention Programme
Roads Rehabilitation and Reconstruction, and New Access roads
Wastewater Treatment Works: Upgrades/Expansion
Northern Aqueduct – Water
Western Aqueduct – Water
Solid Waste Fleet Replacement
New Central Library
Ablution Blocks-Upgrade: Informal Settlements
Town Centre Renewals – Nodal developments
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R’ m
2 698.3
3 717.9
836.5
884.8
174.4
1 656.9
842.9
271.4
883.9
158.3
354.5
720.5
230.5
1.3.3 STRATEGIC PRIORITIES FOR THE 2015/2016 YEAR
The municipality has identified the following priority areas to be addressed during the 2015/16 financial year.
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1.3.4
Service delivery backlogs;
Human settlements;
Economic development
Financial sustainability;
Mitigation and adaption of the municipality for climate change;
Water challenges;
Access to public transport;
Human capital development;
Energy challenges;
Health of society;
Food security;
Sustainable spatial form;
Rural development;
Infrastructure degradation;
Undermining natural capital;
Safer city
KEY ISSUES
LOAD SHEDDING: ELECTRICITY
The constant power outages of late by Eskom is expected to set back the potential for economic growth and these
outages may reverse the decline of inflation, which is destabilising the economy and eroding investor confidence.
The continuous loss of production, especially in KwaZulu-Natal means that there may be retrenchments on the
cards as companies continuously lose production. As eThekwini boasts the 2nd most significant manufacturing
region in the country, the power outages will have a negative impact on the GDP output for this secondary sector.
Load shedding has been identified as one of the risks of the City’s operations. A multilateral forum will be set up to
come up with strategies to mitigate the impact of load shedding on the City’s operations and the local
economy. The forum, to be led by the Mayor and City Manager, will consist of all stakeholders. The proposed
interventions include the formation of the Municipal Ad-hoc Committee on load shedding to co-ordinate and
facilitate the implementation of the interventions. It will also provide support to the Mayor and Exco on
engagements on load shedding and determine power requirements to facilitate service delivery and identify
alternative power sources to be procured and installed. The Mayor and City Manager will convene the Multilateral
Continuity Forum in collaboration with affected stakeholders and drive the implementation of a Multilateral
Continuity Planning. Meanwhile, the City has embarked on a range of energy efficiency and renewable energy
projects over the past five years and is researching the possibility of greater usage of landfill sites to produce its
own electricity which would provide about 20 % of the city’s needs. The strategic intentions of the projects are
defined in the Municipality’s Energy Strategy and the draft Durban Climate Change Strategy.
UNACCOUNTED FOR WATER (LOSS IN DISTRIBUTION)
In view of the substantial investment in the water pipe replacement program, the water loss is still a cause for
concern. Water loss management is an on-going project aimed at reducing the real water losses in the municipal
area. The primary objective of the NRW reduction activities is to reduce the NRW levels from 35.3% at present to a
targeted and sustained value of 25% by June 2019. The estimated water losses were due mainly to illegal
connections and vandalism as well as the aging infrastructure. The city needs to invest R 1.5 billion over the next
five years to replace the infrastructure, some of which is more than fifty years old. Initiatives to reduce the water
loss are continuing and based on the intervention plan established, a system of performance monitoring and
reporting for each of the identified interventions has been established. The municipality has also implemented the
water amnesty project whereby citizens using water illegally could come clean and disclose their illegal water
connections.
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There are plans to intensify programmes and campaigns to assist with the non-revenue water challenge. This is
tackled by pressure management which includes lowering the water pressure in the municipal area. There is also a
programme for leak detection whereby about 5 000 km of pipes are surveyed for leaks. Reactive measures are
reports that come through the call centre where members of the public report leaks. Some of the strategic
directions and programmes being implemented include the use of hydraulic modelling software, real time
monitoring of the reticulation network, automation of pipeline fault data to guide the pipe replacement
programme.
The municipality will be implementing a 10 point plan to address water loss challenges in the city which includes:
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Continuation of the meter replacement programme for industrial, commercial & institutional customers
Ensuring that all connections, including fire and sprinklers are metered
Domestic meter replacement
Metering and control of all informal settlements and housing developments
Enforcement and control of illegal connections policy are conducted daily
Utilization of community plumbers to deal with leaks
Every possible measure will be taken to curb the water loss as this has an impact on the setting of an affordable
water tariff. The effectiveness of the measures put into place will be reviewed on an on-going basis.
UNFUNDED MANDATES AND FUNDING REALITIES
Certain non-core functions and services which in terms of the constitution fall under the responsibility of National
or Provincial Authorities are being provided by the municipality. These functions include the provision of Health
Services, Libraries, Museums, and Housing. The reduction or non – payment of subsidies for these services require
the municipality to allocate its own resources to make up the shortfall. These unfunded/ underfunded mandates
pose an institutional and financial risk to the municipality as substantial amounts of own funding is being allocated
to non-core functions at the expense of basic service delivery. Although we have done much to address the
development challenges of our city, meeting targets will continue to depend on financial support from Provincial
and to a larger extent National Government. Despite additional grants received, the levels are still not sufficient to
meet unfunded mandates. We believe that given adequate levels of funding, the city could meet the huge
challenges we still face.
The devolution of Municipal Health Services (Environmental Health Service) from the provincial sphere of
government to local government is underway with 32 provincial health staff being identified to be transferred to
the municipality. Budgetary provision has been made for this together with the transfer of assets to eThekwini
Asset register. The process is expected to be finalised shortly.
The costs of unfunded mandates for 2015/16 are as follows:
R’m
Libraries
184.1
Health – Other than municipal health services
353.3
Museums and Heritage
56.7
Housing: New Development and Hostels
308.9
Formal Housing
45.0
948.0
In addition R 3.3 billion in respect of expenditure on housing projects on behalf of the Provincial Department of
Housing has not been reimbursed as yet.
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SALARIES AND ALLOWANCES
In order to ensure effective utilisation of available budgetary provisions and contain personnel costs, this
expenditure is continually being reviewed and the filling of all vacancies currently has to be authorised prior to the
recruitment process. As a result the percentage Salaries and Allowances of the total Operating Budget has declined
steadily to a level of 23.9 %.
Whilst this percentage reflects a decreasing trend (mainly due to the bulk electricity purchases increasing at a fast
rate thereby driving the relative share of all other expenditure categories down) there has been an increase in the
number of posts and positions filled. A rationalisation of all vacant posts will be undertaken with greater scrutiny
by the management services unit. Productivity assessments are on-going to ensure that all staff are accounted for,
are effectively engaged and are adding value.
CLIMATE CHANGE
Climate change already causes and will continue to cause a number of challenges for EM, linked to impacts such as
increased temperatures, extreme weather events (e.g. flooding and drought), sea level rise and climate variability.
Temperatures in Durban are projected to increase and projected annual rainfall changes are projected to include
an increase in aggregated rainfall. This increase is likely to manifest as an increase in extreme rainfall events and
stream flow intensity across the municipal area, with prolonged dry spells between rainfall events. Sea level rise
along the Municipality’s coastline is already occurring at 2.7 cm per decade and may accelerate in the future.
Recent dry conditions have led to tight water supply in areas to the north of the city. Water levels at the
Hazelmere dam have been plummeting to critically low levels leading to water restrictions in these areas. Measures
to supplement the water supply include the feasibility of establishing a desalination plant in the north and the
possibility of extracting water from the Thongathi River to supply the Hazelmere water works. A Drought recovery
plan was recently announced to assist KwaZulu-Natal municipalities mitigate the effects of the drought in the
province. The short-term intervention includes the implementation of water restrictions, installation of water
tanks, and procurement of generators. Several interventions had already been implemented by the municipality,
including water amnesty, war on leaks, employment of additional plumbers and on-going educational programmes.
To respond to these changes EM initiated the Municipal Climate Protection Programme (MCPP) in 2004. This is a
phased programme, which has focused on climate change adaptation and enhancing the municipality’s ability to
cope with climate change impacts. The likely climate change impacts have been assessed and plans, programmes
and projects developed to assist the municipality in dealing with these impacts. A second major work stream
facilitated by the EO and the EPCPD is the development of the Durban Climate Change Strategy. The development
of the strategy has been a fully inclusive and participatory process aimed at producing a cohesive framework that
the Municipality and all residents of Durban can use to contribute towards the mitigation of, and adaptation to,
climate change in Durban. Through public participation, ten themes have been identified for inclusion in the
Strategy. These are Water, Biodiversity, Health, Food Security, Transport, Energy and Waste/ Pollution, Sea Level
Rise, Health, Food Security, Transport, Energy and Waste/ Pollution economy and knowledge and capacity
development. Approval is currently being sought from Municipal leadership for the strategy, and an implementation
plan is being developed. The municipality is at the forefront of global biodiversity, climate change adaptation and
resilience agendas and would soon be joining the C40 Cities Climate Leadership, a global network of cities
committed to tackling climate change and increasing urban resilience.
THEFT OF ELECTRICITY
Over the past few years the municipality is faced with a challenge of illegal connections, especially in informal
settlements. Illegal connections not only cost the city, but also endanger the lives of residents. Many innocent lives
have been lost, and properties destroyed due to fires caused by illegal connections. Legitimate customers also
experience continuous outages due to overloaded circuits. Illegal connections are costing the municipality about R
150 million annually. In an attempt to minimize the challenge the municipality has an interim services programme
to electrify informal settlements.
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To make sure that illegal connections are eradicated in the targeted areas, operations are carried out at least once
a week. Other interventions include optimal network configuration, effective network maintenance and network
loading, and installation of anti-theft technologies at substations. There are also customer awareness and
educational programmes around safety, reporting theft of electricity and the consequences of connecting
electricity illegally.
DURBAN TRANSPORT
A review of the institutional arrangement of Durban Transport including the existing operator model has been
undertaken and the Municipal Systems Act Section 78 investigation completed to determine the most appropriate
option for the operation of the city’s bus service looking at feasibility, funding and financial implications. The
recommendation on whether to operate Durban’s transport service as council unit, a municipal entity or contracted
service will be determined by Council after considering the Section 78 investigation as well as Section 84 of the
MFMA. Currently, the City’s bus service is operated on a month-to-month basis by Tansnat Africa. The future
operational model for the Durban Transport bus service is still under Council consideration, with the mostly
favoured option being an external mechanism as it would cost less and offer greater control, governance and
insight to the municipality. However, the full impact of the bus services including the capital cost of the Bus
Replacement Programme and the operating losses which will need to be borne by the Rate and General Services has
still to be quantified. In this regard further engagements will need to be held with National Treasury and the
Department of Transport which will include the subsidy and vat implications. The proposed assignment of the
transport function to municipalities will impact on the costs to the City as the PRASA and bus subsidies are not
adequate and this could severely impact on Local Government Finance.
HOUSING / HOSTELS
Increasing urbanization due to a growing number of people moving into the municipal area for better opportunities
together with land invasion is creating a challenge for the municipality and increases the housing backlogs. Limited
developable well located land is also a challenge because if it is identified, the municipality has to compete with
industrial or environmental land users. At times when the land is available it is steep or unstable and cannot be
developed. The issue of land invasion also impacts negatively on the human settlements plan. Furthermore, the
cost of servicing housing sites (infrastructure) has increased substantially. Consideration is being given to land
banking for future affordable housing. Although the municipality has gained level two accreditation, the long
awaited assignment of the Human Settlements function from Province has been deferred.
The increasing deficit anticipated for the operation of the hostels is cause for serious concern. The current deficit
amounts to approximately R 309 million and engagements with provincial Human Settlements are ongoing in order
to alleviate the burden of these costs on ratepayers
1.3.5 PERFOMANCE, ACHIEVEMENTS AND CHALLENGES
1.3.5.1
SERVICE DELIVERY
Local government has been the primary site for the delivery of services in South Africa and tremendous progress
has been noted in delivering the basic services. Through the delivery of services, the lives of citizens and businesses
are influenced and this contributes significantly to economic and social transformation of the country. The
municipality has pledged to support the Provincial Governments Back to Basics programmes aimed at rekindling the
spirit of service delivery in the province’s municipalities. Key outputs delivered show significant progress in the
eradication of household backlogs by the city.
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With over 75 % of residents having access to basic services, the municipality has one of the best service delivery
programmes in Africa. Nationally, our municipality is used as a financial model for financial governance and we are
making great strides environmentally. The municipality has maintained its proud record of always receiving
unqualified audit reports. In addition, the two municipal entities have received clean audit outcomes for the
2013/14 financial year. The municipality has received a glowing report from the provincial COGTA regarding the
implementation of the 2014/15 IDP. The municipality was commended on progress made in addressing the
transformation and institutional development indicators, basic service delivery, sound financial management, good
governance and public participation. Despite the introduction of fiscal austerity measures, the City has remained
resilient and still rates among the best-run and financially strongest local government in Africa. The city was given
a credit rating of AA- with positive outlook by Global Credit Rating Agency.
The City also takes cognizance of the many global and regional issues affecting its citizens in real time – climate
change, the euro financial crisis, political instability, labor unrest, youth unemployment and the constant fear of
further oil price shocks. The Municipality, through its cutting edge research is always striving to identify and
address some of these challenges at a local level through the establishment of many initiatives and/or focus areas
such as the Energy Office, Innovation Precinct, and the Green Economy. The region was also identified as one of
the ‘Resilient cities’ by the Rockefeller Foundation and it is looking forward to sharing innovative ideas on building
sufficient capacity to absorb future shocks and stresses to our social, technical and economic systems from the
impacts of climate- and population changes as well as energy scarcity.
In recognition of the service delivery progress, the municipality has received the following awards:
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2014 Stockholm Industry Water Award:
o
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KZN Municipal Excellence Awards :
o
o
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Top 10 in the list of “52 cities to visit in 2015”
KZN Top Business Award
o
·
City with the highest quality of life in SA – New York Times.
New York Times Travel Magazine Award
o
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Best Implemented IDP
Best Community Project
Mercer 2015 Quality of Life survey
o
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For transformation and inclusive approach in providing water and sanitation services.
Durban Green Corridor - eco and adventure tourism
Komoso Award
o
Outstanding performance in the implementation of the Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP)
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Notwithstanding that National Treasury has indicated that the municipality is financially sound, the following
challenges need to be acknowledged:
o
o
o
o
o
o
Sustainability of housing provision from current financing sources
Infrastructure and service delivery backlogs
Costs of bulk purchases
Potential impact of the IRPTN.
Unaccounted for Water and theft of Electricity
Minimal level of growth and costs to unblock development
1.3.5.2 INSTITUTIONAL TRANSFORMATION
As part of the Institutional transformation and in an endeavour to strengthen and build an efficient administration,
alternate delivery mechanisms are reviewed in order to ensure improved services to communities. The municipality
will be rolling out its community based planning (CBP) initiative to all wards. Problems specific to a ward will be
identified and workable solutions will be developed to be implemented within three years. This CBP process would
feed into the city’s integrated development plan and budgeting process. The process is designed to help municipal
wards develop plans to stimulate active citizenship and allows communities to assist municipalities develop
credible development plans based on the views of the people. The municipality is also implementing the Urban
Management Zone model which focuses on departments coming together to work effectively according to
performance management standards. The City Planning Commission has been appointed to align the long-term City
Growth and Development Strategy with National and Provincial Government.
1.3.5.3 SERVICE DELIVERY STANDARDS, LEVELS OF SERVICES, OUTCOMES, TIMETABLE FOR ACHIEVEMENTS
AND FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS
The backlogs in local government are huge. Limited funding and exponential growth in the municipality has
increased the level of backlogs. Eradicating backlogs in basic services and housing as well as improving the
provision of services by local government are government’s most important goals. The city faces development
pressures emanating from backlogs in access to basic services and housing, the need to rehabilitate or replace
existing infrastructure, and the need to expand infrastructure services to support economic growth. Urbanisation
trends are also pushing the addressing of backlogs even further.
The municipality has been robustly tackling service delivery backlogs and even though great strides have been
made in recent years the backlogs are huge. The City is justifiably proud of its excellence in infrastructure delivery
and the exceptional expenditure performance record. This record has been achieved through careful, dedicated
management of its project pipeline. This ensures that projects are identified early, designed effectively, approved
expeditiously and ready to proceed by the time funds are approved in the annual budget.
As part of its infrastructure planning, the municipality has documented the nature and extent of backlogs in service
delivery across the metropolitan area. The following table is a summary of the current backlogs of the municipality.
Basic Service
Existing Backlog (households)
Housing
393 926
Water
68 696
Sanitation
167 628
Electricity
Roads
265 989
1 098.6 (km’s)
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The municipality is committed to ensuring that backlogs in the provision of infrastructure are removed and as such
has embarked on a Municipal Infrastructure Investment Framework. Emphasis is given to the eradication of rural
basic service backlogs especially water and sanitation. In urban areas, the primary intervention is the eradication of
informal settlements through the provision of housing and a package of household services as well as the provision
of interim services to improve living conditions in the settlements. The municipality has continued to fast-track the
delivery of houses despite some of the compliance challenges that have been encountered in the past.
The Informal Settlement Programme is the major focus of eThekwini Housing. The principle intention is to upgrade
informal settlements wherever possible and to only relocate residents if upgrading is impossible for health, safety
or technical reasons. The expected results are that the municipality will be able to accelerate its informal
settlement and upgrading programmes by adopting new and innovative, integrated, sustainable planning,
participating and financing approaches for informal settlements. In view of the large housing backlog, a rapid
accelerated delivery mechanism is required by the city in addressing the housing needs that will provide larger
housing delivery outputs. In line with the strategy of accelerating delivery incorporated in the Governments vision
for sustainable Human Settlements, a pilot project using alternate building technology is underway to fast-track the
general housing backlog within the city.
The municipality acknowledges that it will take many years to eradicate the housing backlog. However, to offer
some improvement to the quality of life in informal settlements in the short term, interim measures such as
ablution blocks, refuse removal services, pedestrian paths with storm water channels, limited road access for
emergency and solid waste vehicles, fire breaks, and a labour-based maintenance programme are being rolled-out
to informal settlements. From a quality of life perspective and in line with its vision of being the most caring city,
the municipality aims to rapidly up-scale the delivery of interim services to informal settlements over the next few
years. The provision of interim services as opposed to the provision of low income subsidized houses with services,
is highly cost-effective. With the high backlogs in basic service provision and the severe impact on households that
do not have basic services, a programme that leads to rapid delivery of these services will have significant social
justice benefits.
As part of the municipality’s programme to unlock backlogs in the provision of basic services and provide interim
services to informal settlements and transit camps, containerised sanitation facilities are being rolled out. The
project has already benefitted about 200 000 people with access to proper sanitation and ablution facilities. In
addition, there is an increased budget allocation for the acceleration of the provision of ablution facilities in
informal Settlements over the medium term. The municipality is working with the Department of Energy to provide
electricity to about 300 000 informal dwellings in the municipal area as part of the Integrated National
Electrification Programme. In a bid to streamline and fast track the delivery of electricity to informal settlements,
the municipality has waived the deposit fee required for electricity to be connected to an informal dwelling.
1.3.6
FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE (2013/14 AND 2014/15): PARENT MUNICIPALITY
The 2013/2014 year has been challenging and demanding but due to the emphasis on fiscal prudence and the
introduction of austerity measures, this enabled the municipality to weather the financial storm and the slow
economic recovery. Revenue and cash streams are effectively managed in assessing the financial affairs of the
municipality, and spending decisions are carefully evaluated. The municipality was able to deliver on key
objectives set.
Despite the effects of the global recession on the economy, the municipality has managed to achieve excellent
collection rates which are the best in the country. Due mainly to robust solvency and a lowly geared balance sheet,
the short-term credit rating of the municipality has been upgraded with the long-term rating being improved to AAwith positive watch. The municipality achieved an unqualified audit report continuing the trend of previous years.
The financial performance for 2013/2014 is recorded in greater detail in the municipality’s Annual Report.
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The municipality’s financial performance and position is sound mainly due to the following factors:
· Budgets are balanced, being financed from the current financial year’s revenues from all sources.
· The municipality operates within its annual budget, as approved by council.
· The municipality maintains a positive cash and investments position.
· Consistently high revenue collection rates are being achieved.
· The municipality has maintained a favourable credit rating
1.3.6.1 OPERATING BUDGET
In respect of the 2013/14 financial year, expenditure in the amount of R 23.8 billion was fully funded from the
municipality’s revenues and grants and subsidies from National and Provincial Government.
Operating Budget Performance (Current Year)
The financial performance for the six month period ending December 2014 is summarised in the table below:
Summary Statement of Financial Performance (Parent Municipality)
2014/15 Budget
Description
R’000
December
December
Forecast
YTD Budget
R’000
YTD Actual
R’000
R’000
Total Revenue By Source
(Excluding Capital Transfers)
(26 361 927)
(13 654 356)
(13 941 886)
(26 337 847)
Total Operating Expenditure
26 361 927
12 449 682
12 691 270
26 337 847
0
(1 204 674)
(1 250 616)
0
SURPLUS
Operational Income Performance (2014/15)
Income:
·
A proportionate increase in the Water-Service Charges (R 159m) and Sanitation Services charges (R 24m) is
mainly attributable to the new housing development at Cornubia.
·
The proportionate increase of R 12m in interest earned in outstanding debtors is as a result of adverse
economic conditions impacting negatively on timeous payment of debt by consumers.
·
Increase in interest earned on external investments to date (R 23m) is as a result of increased investment.
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Operational Expenditure Performance (2014/15)
The actual expenditure for December is 2% lower than the proportionate budget. However, 48.14% of the total
expenditure budget has been spent for the six month period ending 31 December 2014. Revenue (including
capital grants) received for the same period increased by 6% when compared to the proportionate budget. Repairs
and maintenance expressed as a percentage of Operating Expenditure is 11.48 %.
1.3.6.2 CAPITAL BUDGET
The capital budget totalled R 5.4 billion in 2013/14. This was funded by National and Provincial grants in the
amount of R 3.1 billion and R 1.3 billion being funded from Council’s internal sources, with the balance of R 1
billion from external funding.
Capital Budget Performance (Current Year)
The capital performance for the six month period ending December 2014 is summarised in the table below
Summary Statement of Capital Expenditure : December 2014
Description
2014/15 Budget
(R’000)
YTD Budget
(R’000)
YTD Actual
(R’000)
Forecast
(R’000)
Total Capital Expenditure
5 613 077
1 964 015
2 767 960
6 667 199
Total Capital Financing
5 613 077
1 964 015
2 767 960
6 667 199
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Progressive Capital Budget vs. Actual
The following Chart compares the actual spend on capital against the total approved capital budget of the
Parent municipality
Capital expenditure reflects a higher spending for the first six months (49.31%), when compared to the same period
last year (38.76%). However, as is the case in past years there would be an acceleration of spending in the ensuing
months. The forecasted spend is anticipated to be 118.8% of the original budget.
Conditional Grants
Approximately R 2.3 billion from all sources have been received to date which represents 38.9% of the amount
budgeted for.
1.3.7 ALIGNMENT WITH NATIONAL AND PROVINCIAL PRIORITIES
The Constitution of South Africa recognises that the national, provincial and local government spheres cannot work
independently of each other. It provides for co-operatives governance and that all three spheres of government
align their functions, responsibility, policies, strategies and programmes. This includes natural co-operation and
support to facilitate the delivery of services, overall development and growth. In local government, as much as
there is a specific mandate given to the municipality, we have to endeavour at all times to align our efforts with
that of National and Provincial government to bring about a better life for all. In developing this budget, the 12
National Outcomes as adopted by Government, have been taken into consideration.
The budget addresses those challenges from a policy perspective and implementation is at an advanced stage in all
areas. The municipality is confident that this budget is structured to give effect to the strategic priorities and to
support long-term sustained growth and development, in line with National and Provincial objectives and with the
key objectives identified in the National Development Plan. Local Government has a crucial role to play in the new
growth path and the realisation of many of government’s outcomes. All spheres of government place a high priority
on expanding the economy, infrastructure development, job creation, efficient service delivery and poverty
alleviation. Local priorities were identified which are mainly in line with the national and provincial priorities.
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LOCAL PRIORITIES
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Growing the economy and job creation
Expanding and improving municipal infrastructure
Accelerated and improved service delivery to communities
Fighting poverty and building safe, secure and sustainable communities
Improving skills development to raise productivity
1.3.8 FINANCIAL STRATEGY, ONGOING VIABILITY AND SUSTAINABILITY
The application of sound financial management principles for the compilation of the city’s financial plan is
essential and critical to ensure that the city remains financially viable and that sustainable municipal services are
provided economically and equitably to all communities. In terms of its financial strategy, the municipality
continues to display a robust financial profile characterised by strong cash generation and high liquidity levels.
The vision of the city will be achieved by growing its economy and meeting people’s needs so that all citizens enjoy
a high quality of life with equal opportunities in a city that they are truly proud of. The needs of the community
and the high levels of poverty and unemployment places excessive demands on the municipality’s existing financial
resources and threatens to constrain the organization financially if these resources are not properly managed.
1.3.8.1 FINANCIAL STRATEGY
These challenges require the development and implementation of a financial strategy that will generate adequate
cash resources, on a sustainable basis:
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To
To
To
To
provide basic infrastructure and services to the community,
enable the Municipality to achieve its vision of a high quality of life for all citizens in the city,
create an environment for business growth and investments conducive to economic development, and
ensure financial sustainability of the municipality into the future.
Financial sustainability and viability remain the key principles in the financial planning process and, to ensure
compliance with the Municipal Finance Management Act, a Financial Strategy for the municipality was developed
and adopted by Council. The municipality’s response to addressing its priorities from a financial perspective is as
follows:
COMPILE A BALANCED AND REALISTIC BUDGET WITH CASH FLOW TO MATCH
The municipality’s budget must set out realistically anticipated revenue from each revenue source. The following
steps will be carried out in respect of expenditure and revenue items, viz.
·
All Operating Income and Expenditure increases are to be maintained in line with inflation, as far as
practicable. Further, annual salary increases are subject to National Bargaining Council negotiations, but
every effort shall be made to keep them within the band of inflation proposed by the National Government.
·
Overall expenditure has been reduced to around 7%
·
An Asset Management Plan be implemented that will result in programmed maintenance of the
municipality’s assets, to enable the optimal use of such assets and to ensure their replacement.
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Depreciation Policy
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The Municipality’s depreciation policy is in accordance with the requirements of the Standards of
Generally Recognized Accounting Practice (GRAP).
Assets are depreciated on a straight line basis over their estimated useful lives.
The remaining useful lives of assets will be reviewed annually and amended in accordance with
the conditional assessment of the asset.
The annual depreciation charge will be amended accordingly.
·
A programme will be implemented to reduce the water losses to 25 % over a period of five years.
·
In order to contribute funds for future capital expenditure and to reduce dependence on borrowed funds, a
Capital Replacement Reserve has been established, and funded from the following sources:-
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To maximize additional revenue sources, the following will be pursued:-
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Any betterment achieved from budgeted Water and Electricity operating results, including savings
achieved through reductions in losses in distribution
Any betterment in Rate and General operating results
Dependant on the impact of tariffs, an additional contribution will be considered
Maximize investment rates, especially on call account
Development charge
Grant income to be maximized
Surplus Policy
The surplus generated annually will be reviewed and a cash backed element will be ring-fenced to finance
the provision of future infrastructure and other capital projects.
CAPITAL EXPENDITURE
The 10 year financial model is informed by the IDP and the current service delivery backlogs. At this stage, capital
expenditure is projected for the MTREF period. The capital budget is split appropriately between economic, social
and rehabilitation, environmental and administration expenditure.
FINANCIAL INDICATORS
The key indicators below form the parameters within which the municipality aims to operate in order to achieve
the objectives set out in this document.
· Balance Sheet Ratios:
- Gearing Ratio:This is calculated as Borrowings over Income. Currently the industry norm is 40% but National Treasury has
indicated some years ago that 50% is acceptable for municipalities. We are currently at 33% with curtailed
borrowings.
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Current Ratio:-
Calculated as Current Assets over Current Liabilities will be maintained at 1.3:1
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· No. of Days Cash and Investment on hand:
The accepted norm is 90 days. The strategy is to build the municipality’s cash reserves to meet this requirement.
· Revenue Ratios:
- Debtors days:In respect of key services this will be closely monitored. With the municipality strictly implementing a council
approved comprehensive Debt Collection and Credit Control Policy, conservative approach to collection practices,
the number of debtor days outstanding is projected to be maintained at around the current average levels of
approximately 130 days.
- Bad Debts Provision:
This will be prudent in the consideration of the actual collection rate and impairment. Any debt over 120 days will
be provided for with the exception of rates debtors.
FREE BASIC SERVICES
The municipality is required to make available free basic services to a large component of poor households. The
cost of free basic services impacts on the city’s finances and therefore there is a need to ensure adequate growth
in the rates base by promoting economic development as this impacts on the city’s ability to cross-subsidize. This
also impacts on the extent that higher-end consumers subsidize indigent consumers and hence the level of tariff
increases (Item 2.3.2 refers).
The implementation of this strategy will contribute considerably towards ensuring financial viability and
sustainability of the organisation into the future. The budget of the municipality is funded in accordance with the
requirements set out in the MFMA, thereby ensuring the municipality remains as a going concern and is able to
sustain existing services and progressively extend services.
1.3.8.2 BUILT ENVIRONMENT PERFORMANCE PLAN ( BEPPS )
The BEPP promotes integrated planning, budgeting and implementation and integrates the plans of key sectors
(economic, transport , human settlements social and engineering infrastructure ). Its aim is to achieve long-term
spatial transformation and inclusivity, facilitating economic growth and improved service delivery. A BEPP is
produced in order to access & co –ordinate grant funding. Benefits of a BEPP include savings through higher
utilisation levels, increased private sector investment, better public perception and residents receive a better
product.
1.3.8.3 MUNICIPAL SERVICE FINANCIAL MODELLING FOR ETHEKWINI
In order to determine the overall sustainability of eThekwini finances, a Municipal Services Financial Model (MSFM)
has been completed for the municipality. The MSFM calculates the capital expenditure required over ten years to
meet service delivery targets and assesses the capital finance sources available. It also calculates the operating
expenditure required to operate and maintain infrastructure adequately and determines whether operating revenue
available will be sufficient to cover this expenditure. The model has provided valuable insights into the overall
functioning of the municipality. Maintaining financial viability is obviously critical to the achievement of all other
objectives and hence the results of the MSFM must be used to align the capital and operating budget spend in order
to achieve this long term financial sustainability.
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1.3.8.4 INFRASTRUCTURE DELIVERY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (IDMS)
In order to customise the Infrastructure Delivery Management System (IDMS) for local government, the municipality
is participating as a pilot in the programme. The IDMS is described as the process that makes up public sector
infrastructure/construction delivery and directly related procurement management, and is seen by National
Treasury and other stakeholders as the model for the best practice infrastructure delivery. National Treasury
credits eThekwini Municipality as being well ahead with most of the infrastructure delivery process especially
regarding infrastructure planning and construction procurement.
Our alignment as a city with the principle of IDMS as outlined by National Treasury is envisaged to:
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improve multi-year portfolio, programme and project management principles both within and well beyond
the current MTEF cycle,
improve project strategy, planning and prioritisation through improved alignment with IDP and other
objective driven strategies, and
consolidate related input, processing output to a single source system leading to improved reporting,
visibility and accessibility
In doing so will improve infrastructure delivery, be fully aligned to National Treasury’s infrastructure alignment
model developed through their infrastructure Delivery Improvement Programme and additionally have the benefit
of the assistance of National Treasury resources.
1.3.9 MUNICIPAL ENTITIES
INkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre (ICC)
The ICC Durban (PTY) Ltd was established by the municipality to serve primarily as a catalyst for economic
development for the city and the province. The Centre has contributed significantly to the sustainability of the
hotel, restaurant, transport, retail and logistics sectors. The Durban ICC was once again recognised as a world class
convention centre and honoured with several international awards over the last year. The centre was voted Africa’s
leading meeting and conference venue at the World Travel Awards for an unprecedented twelfth time in 13 years.
The centre also received several accolades including Africa’s Best Meeting and Conference Centre at the Business
Destinations Travel Awards and the International Star for Leadership in Quality Awards. The Durban ICC remains
committed to its twin goals of maximising its economic impact for the city and province whilst optimising
organisational profit.
Despite a challenging economic climate and highly competitive market place, the Durban ICC has posted profitable
financial results for the fourth consecutive year. During the 2013/14 financial year the company achieved a profit
before taxation through strong revenues and effective cost control. This has all been done against a backdrop of a
sluggish economy and stiff global and regional competition. The ICC delivered major economic benefits to the city,
province and country, contributing R 3.12 billion to the national GDP, with the bulk of this benefiting the KZN
economy directly by adding R 2.86 billion to the Province’s GDP. This remarkable economic contribution translated
into further social benefits by creating and sustaining 7 773 jobs over the past year and generating R 1.58 billion in
direct household income as a result of Durban ICC’s activities.
The trend towards declining numbers of delegates at international conferences and restricted budgets has
remained and is likely to continue for the next few years. Given these circumstances, strategic approaches to the
market will be pursued including increased focus on marketing in the domestic sector, the focus on Africa and
bringing African business to South Africa.
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Durban Marine Theme Park (uShaka Marine World)
The Theme Park was conceived by the municipality to be a world class and iconic marine – centred entertainment
facility that would attract tourism and act as a catalyst for the regeneration of the Durban point area. In the
process it has created a number of jobs and has opened up new learning opportunities for schools through the
operations of the Sea World Education Centre. Covering 16 hectares uShaka Marine World is the largest marine
theme park in Africa and consists of four divisions covering 16 hectares.
UShaka has made a significant socio-economic impact. Paid footfall into the two main components of the park came
in at 1 380 976 visitors. This represents a decrease when compared to previous years and can be attributed mainly
to macro-economic factors. A new pricing model has been introduced to maximize new sales and increase the
renewal rate of the annual pass. The Executive and management are in the process of reviewing and consolidating
key strategic interventions that will address the falling footfall in an integrated manner. UShaka remains a key
destination within KZN and Durban for both tourists and locals. The park is a strategic asset for the City in terms of
both tourism and urban renewal in the Point Precinct. Since its existence, uShaka has contributed approximately R
2 billion towards the local GDP and created around 15 000 jobs, directly and indirectly. It consistently ranks as one
of the major draw cards for people visiting Durban and has been ranked as the coolest for destinations in KZN.
UShaka has projects planned for a period totaling 20 years with an estimated cost of about R 300 m which are
guaranteed to sustain the park and help achieve objectives. Public private partnerships, private investments,
sponsorships and other business options are being pursued.
In compliance with the Municipal Finance Management Act, both the municipal entities have submitted their
budgets and business plans for consideration by the Municipality.
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1.4
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1.4.1 SOURCES OF FUNDING
REVENUE
The City’s revenue comprises Operating Revenue which includes property taxes, services charges and operating
grants- and capital revenue which consists of capital grants, borrowings, cash reserves and operating surplus. This
high level of independent and relative stable income sources of revenue is one of the key factors that support the
sound financial position of the municipality. In addition to the obvious need to grow the city’s revenue by
increasing its tax base, other means for securing funding for council projects must be explored in a variety of ways.
The city faces invidious choices in attempting to finance the projected levels of investment in infrastructure.
Sources of capital finance are already stretched with limited scope for further borrowing, consumer pressure to
restrict tariff and tax increases, and little likelihood of a structural upward adjustment in grant allocations.
Tariff-setting is a pivotal and strategic part of the compilation of any budget. When rates, tariff and other charges
were revised local economic conditions, input costs and the affordability of services were taken into account to
ensure the financial sustainability of the city. In the case of eThekwini, a basket of differential tariff increases
determines the most acceptable and equitable funding regime taking into consideration the actual cost of
delivering services, budget priorities and national legislation, regulations and policy guidelines.
Revenue generated from rates and services charges form a significant portion of the revenue basket for the city
comprising 67.7 % of the total revenue. Electricity charges are the largest revenue source totalling 35.6 % or R 11.8
billion and are projected to increase to R 14.7 billion by 2017/18. Operating grants and transfers total R 2.6 billion
in the 2015/16 year and increase to R 2.9 billion by 2017/18.
The sources of funding for the 2015/16 financial year are as follows:
INCOME
R’m
Assessment Rates
Service Charges
Fines, Licences and permits
Grant and Subsidies
Rental of Facilities and Equipment
Interest on Investments
Penalties and Collection Charges
Fuel Levy
Other Income
TOTAL
5 803.9
16 609.9
109.8
6 203.3
483.0
760.5
132.9
2 103.6
891.6
33 098.5
67.7 % of the Operating Budget is funded from assessment rates and services charges (tariffs)
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%
17.5
50.2
0.3
18.7
1.5
2.3
0.4
6.4
2.7
100
1.5
1.
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EXPE
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MAJOR ITEMS OF OPERATING EXPENDITURE ARE:
2015/16
R’m
9 760.8
DETAILS
Bulk Purchases
% OF TOTAL BUDGET
29.5
Salaries and Allowances
7 972.7
23.9
Repairs and Maintenance
3 833.5
11.6
Depreciation
2 145.4
6.5
Interest on Loans
1 427.9
4.3
Bulk purchases take up 29.5% of the operating budget. Given projected increases in the bulk prices of both
electricity and water, expenditure on this item is likely to grow more rapidly. Expenditure on repairs and
maintenance amounts to R 3.8 billion for the 2015/16 year, representing 11.6% of the total operating budget. This
includes substantial spend on asset replacement and bringing assets to a good state of repair. The rehabilitation
programme as part of the municipality’s proactive maintenance ensures that assets are in good condition
throughout their lifespan with periodic maintenance. The municipality acknowledges its obligation to optimally
preserve its extended asset base as under spending in maintenance can shorten the life of assets, increase longterm maintenance and refurbishment costs and cause deterioration in the reliability of services.
Personnel costs account for a large component of operating expenditure, comprising 23.9% of the operating budget.
The cost associated with the remuneration of councillors is determined by the Minister of Co-operative Governance
and Traditional Affairs in accordance with the Remuneration of Public Office Bearers Act, 1998 (Act 20 of 1998).
The most recent proclamation in this regard has been taken into account in compiling the City’s budget. Tables SA
22 AND SA23 provides further details of councillors and employee benefits. Budget appropriations for
depreciation amount to R 2.1 billion, comprise 6.5% of the operating budget. Finance charges consist primarily of
the repayment of interest on long-term borrowings (cost of capital) and equate to 4.3% of the operating
expenditure.
TABLE A4 provides a view of the budgeted financial performance in relation to revenue by source and
expenditure by type. Further details of revenue and expenditure are explained in the sections that follow.
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1.6
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1.6.1 CAPITAL BUDGET
Municipalities play a critical role in creating an enabling environment for investments and other activities that lead
to job creation. Investment in urban infrastructure is important for the development of the local economy,
combating poverty and the provision of universal access to municipal services. Rapid inward population migration,
declining household sizes and greater economic activity places pressure on existing municipal infrastructure and
require larger investments in the periods ahead.
The capital budget is directly informed by the needs submitted by the community through the IDP process. In view
of borrowings being maximised and the present economic climate, the high levels of capital expenditure cannot be
sustained.
The ability of the Municipality (Parent) to deliver on progress depends a lot on its funding sources which are
summarised as follows:
Total Capital Budget
2015/2016
2016/2017
2017/2018
RM
RM
RM
5, 969
6, 367
6, 870
3,573
1, 396
1, 000
5, 969
3, 682
1, 685
1, 000
6, 367
3, 891
1, 979
1, 000
6, 870
Funded as follows:
Grant Funding
Internal Funding
External Funding
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1.6.2
INFRASTRUCTURE EXPENDITURE TRENDS
CAPITAL
OPERATING
Economic Development Programmes: R 28.8 m
Economic Development
Global Marketing Strategy: R 17.5 m
Budget in Rms
200
Reforestation Projects: R 24.4 m
100
0
Budget
Business Support Operational Projects: R 14.3 m
13/14
14/15
15/16
16/17
17/18
105
154
153
168
180
Travel and Tourism Trade Show(Tourism Indaba) :
R 18.5 m
Durban Business Fair & Regional Fairs-: R 14.7 m
Neighbourhood Development Partnership Grant: Property
developments in township residential neighborhoods. Includes
the construction and upgrading of community facilities
(R190 m).
Durban Tourism Events : R 28.1 m
Focus on strategic township development, town centre
renewals, Industrial renewals, upgrading of tourism nodes and
corridors, sector support programmes and LED projects such as
ICT, Renewal Energy technologies, Furniture Incubator and the
Manufacturing Centre of Excellence.
CAPITAL
OPERATING
Maintenance budget increased to R 1 032.3 m
Budget in Rms
Electricity
Provision of new staff: R 15 m
1000
Eskom tariff increase: 14.24 %
500
Loss in distribution: 6.1 %
0
Budget
13/14
14/15
15/16
16/17
17/18
569
679
676
711
694
Collection rate: 97.5 %
Capital budget of R 1.9bn over next 3 years
Ongoing extension and reinforcements of existing networks
In excess of 10 Major new substations to be commissioned or
refurbished
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CAPITAL
OPERATING
Brand advertising: R 35.9 m
eThekwini Transport
Authority
People Mover: R 37.2 m
Public Conveniences: R 11.2 m
Budget in Rms
1500
Durban Transport: R 220.5 m
1000
Transport for disabled: R 10.8 m
500
0
Budget
13/14
14/15
15/16
16/17
17/18
1111
937
1043
1061
1112
Capital budget: R 1bn
An increase in budget is due to an increase in PTIS grant to fund
Transport infrastructure for the implementation of the IRPTN
Major projects include:
- N2 Interchange
- Go Durban –Corridor C9
- PT Ranks holding areas
- Non motorised transport
- Special Needs Transport
CAPITAL
OPERATING
New development budget increased to R 140.7 m
Human Settlements
Budget in Rms
1500
Hostels budget: R 309 m
1000
Upgrading of housing rental stock : R 60 m
500
0
Budget
13/14
14/15
15/16
16/17
17/18
659
708
1132
1150
1244
Reduction of the housing delivery program in view of reduced
subsidies and the economic climate
6 500 new housing units – 2015/16 year, targeting a total of
21 700 units by 2017/18
The construction of houses is dependent on National /
Provincial subsidies
Approximately 187 000 homes delivered to date
Interim services rollout to prioritized informal settlement
dwellings
Expenditure of R 3.3 billion incurred on behalf of Provincial
Department of Human Settlements not yet reimbursed.
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CAPITAL
OPERATING
Nearly 100% coverage in the municipal areas
by utilising community based contractors to provide
refuse removal services to all the informal areas:
R 265.9m
Budget in Rms
Refuse Removal
300.00
200.00
Expand recycling to cans, glass and waste
minimization projects : R 14.5 m
100.00
0.00
Budget
13/14
14/15
15/16
16/17
17/18
82.80
101.94
84.20
126.27
145.53
Provision for Plastic Bags: R 81.3 m
Replacement of ageing Solid Waste Fleet: R 46.6 m
Lovu Landfill and Infrastructure Works: R 13.0 m
Western Landfill, Land Purchase, Infrastructure & Cell: R 4.7 m
CAPITAL
OPERATING
Additional net operating expenditure: R 31 m
Sanitation
Provision for maintenance expenditure: R 294.6 m
Budget in Rms
1200.00
Sludge disposal initiatives: R 45 m
800.00
Security costs for the protection of assets: R 41.7 m
400.00
0.00
13/14
14/15
15/16
16/17
Provision for VIP pit latrine and UD toilets clearance:
R 23 m
17/18
Budget 770.40 770.75 641.74 653.90 692.92
Total operating expenditure for Ablution Facilities:
R 117.1 m
Provision of Ablution Blocks in Informal settlements: R 250 m
Expansion of Phoenix Waste Water Treatment Works: R 105.3 m
Tongaat Central Waste Water Treatment Works expansion: R 50 m
Southern Waste Water Treatment Works- Digester Online: R 50 m
Rural Sanitation: R 12.3 m
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CAPITAL
OPERATING
Total Expenditure increased by R 629.1 m to
R 5.97 bn
Water
Income Foregone – budget increased by R 80.4m to
R 705.5m to accurately reflect the cost of free basic
services.
Budget in Rms
1200.00
800.00
Bulk water purchases: Increased by R 244.5 m as a
result of a tariff increase of 7.7% from Umgeni
Water.
400.00
0.00
13/14
14/15
15/16
16/17
17/18
Budget 744.43
842.20
730.16
793.12
809.67
Increase in maintenance: R 77 m
Water loss in distribution budgeted at 38 %
Upward trend due to investment in infrastructure and addressing
of backlogs.
Collection rate of 92.6 %
Provision of R 355.40 m and R 90 m has been made for the
Western and Northern Aqueducts projects respectively
Continuation of Water Loss Programme: R 55 m
PRV Installation project: R 33.1 m
Rural Water Project: R 21.7 m
CAPITAL
OPERATING
Operating budget: R 1.6 bn
Roads
Zibambele Poverty Alleviation: R 86.7 m
Budget in Rms
900
Public realm and priority zone maintenance:
R 35 m
600
Gravel maintenance: R 79.9 m
300
0
Budget
Drains cleaning and maintenance: R 24 m
13/14
14/15
15/16
16/17
17/18
562
576
716
792
703
Capital budget: R 716 m
Increase is primarily due to improvement of roads and
infrastructure
Focus on refurbishment and maintenance of existing road
networks
Performance targets:
-
Gravel to surface roads -16.63 km
Sidewalks - 22.5 km
Pedestrian bridges : 3
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1.6.3
MAJOR ITEMS OF EXPENDITURE
ITEM/DESCRIPTION
R’ m
1.6.3.1 HUMAN SETTLEMENTS, ENGINEERING, TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE
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·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
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Isipingo waste water treatment works upgrade
Tongaat Central waste water treatment works expansion
Southern waste water treatment works: digester online
Addressing of water & sanitation backlogs
Expansion of Phoenix water treatment works
PRV installation project
Western Aqueduct project and Northern Aqueduct improvements
Water loss management project
Maintenance of 1 500 ablution facilities
Replacement of water pipes
Zibambele poverty alleviation project: roads/verge maintenance
Housing delivery programme: 6 500 units
Rehabilitation and upgrading of housing rental stock: 2 410 units
Upgrading and conversion of hostels into family units: 410
Roads rehabilitation and maintenance
Gravel roads maintenance
Electricity network maintenance
Strategic Roads Assets management
Drains cleaning and maintenance
Maintenance of priority routes
Stormwater Infrastructure
Structural maintenance: bridges etc.
People mover
Durban Transport bus service
18.0
50.0
50.0
33.9
105.3
35.1
555.4
55.0
127.8
20.0
86.7
623.0
224.0
100.0
296.7
79.8
836.5
17.8
24.0
35.0
19.3
11.0
37.2
220.5
1.6.3.2 CORPORATE AND HUMAN RESOURCES
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Continual roll out of employee wellness interventions
Talent Management Framework and strategy implementation
Medical Surveillance: detection and management of occupational diseases
HIV and AIDS counselling and testing services for employees
Management Development Programmes: development of the municipality’s leadership
Adult Basic Education & Training (ABET): general level of education
Learnerships/Skills/Apprenticeships Programmes: Learnerships will be implemented/ continued
Student Financial Assistance
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3.1
2.6
2.9
0.4
4.0
4.4
24.2
2.5
1.6.3.3
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND CITY ENTERPRISES
Cato Manor ABM operational projects
Umlazi operational projects
Economic programmes, improve and grow the economic base of the city
Durban Film Office programmes
Reforestation project: Buffelsdraai, Inanda, and Paradise Valley
Global Media campaign: Tourism
Tourism Indaba-Travel and Tourism Trade Show
Durban Tourism brand advertising, domestic and destination marketing
Durban Tourism Events
Business Support operational projects
Durban Business Fair: Create platforms for interactions and networking amongst business
Town Centre Renewal
Neighbourhood Development Programme
Tourism Development
Beachfront landscaping : maintenance and development
1.6.3.4
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GOVERNANCE
Food Aid Programme: 36 soup kitchens
Senior Citizens Programme: special events recognising our senior citizens
Printing and distribution of Municipal Gazette: eZasegagasini
Ward Committees Stipend
Renovations to regional centres/administration buildings
Mayoral Imbizo
Security services for councillors and regional centres buildings in the municipal area
Youth development programmes
1.6.3.5
3.4
4.6
28.8
5.1
24.4
17.5
18.5
17.3
28.1
14.3
14.7
78.0
70.0
10.5
21.0
39.8
13.7
8.0
12.9
3.5
3.7
23.8
3.2
OFFICE OF THE CITY MANAGER
Legislative Compliance: rationalisation of the municipalities by-laws
Legal Fees: Litigation
Sale of broadband: Income
Maintenance, management and monitoring of the municipality’s IT network
Programming: Applications and systems software
Special events: special and ad hoc events, conventions / international conferences
Long Term Development Framework (LTDF)
Licensing Fees: Software
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0.6
19.8
32.2
34.8
29.3
76.1
3.1
17.7
1.6.3.6
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·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
Fleet maintenance for Fire & Emergency unit
Specialised fire fighting support vehicles
Umkomaas Fire Station
Cato Ridge Fire Station
Disaster management operations
CCTV camera repairs
Installation and maintenance of the Emergency Services System
Implementation of Safer Cities Plan
ITRUMP operational projects
External security for safeguarding of council assets
Providing 16 cyber zones for libraries
Grass cutting and weed control: contractors
Provision of pool chemicals at swimming pools: Water quality
Celebrate Durban Sport Programme: 100 wards
Participation in Kwanaloga Games
Provision of library services at shopping centres
Air pollution monitoring within EMA
Medical requisites for clinics
Provision for HIV/AIDS services
Provision for new clinics
Improvements to clinics
1.6.3.7
·
·
·
·
·
·
COMMUNITY AND EMERGENCY SERVICES
5.2
18.1
16.7
14.6
3.3
5.5
2.4
3.0
3.8
69.6
5.7
57.1
4.5
0.8
4.0
17.4
2.3
3.7
3.2
6.2
5.4
FINANCE
4.5
3.9
30.9
119.2
10.0
18.5
Centralisation of Mechanical Plant Workshops
Land and property rights acquisitions
Fleet replacement
Maintenance of vehicle and bus fleet
Energy saving marketing projects
Depot upgrade and expansions
1.7 ANNUAL BUDGET TABLES
The ten primary budget tables as required in terms of section 8 of the Municipal Budget and Reporting Regulations
follow. These tables set out the municipality’s 2015/16 budget and MTREF. Each table is accompanied by
explanatory notes on the facing page.
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ETH eThekwini - Table A1 Budget Summary
Description
R thousands
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue &
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Current Year 2014/15
Audited
Audited
Audited
Original
Adjusted
Full Year
Expenditure Framework
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Budget
Budget
Forecast
Financial Performance
Property rates
Serv ice charges
Inv estment rev enue
Transfers recognised - operational
Other ow n rev enue
4,444,308
11,394,609
231,693
1,858,822
2,999,188
4,987,887
12,467,301
303,994
2,026,005
3,237,800
5,452,688
13,076,734
334,874
2,191,385
3,367,831
5,481,368
14,790,650
491,385
2,584,010
3,377,962
5,521,968
14,790,650
497,232
2,640,964
3,344,142
Total Revenue (excluding capital transfers
20,928,620
23,022,987
24,423,513
26,725,375
and contributions)
Employ ee costs
6,576,030
Remuneration of councillors
84,752
Depreciation & asset impairment
1,549,385
Finance charges
872,091
Materials and bulk purchases
6,710,935
Transfers and grants
126,094
Other ex penditure
4,800,362
Total Expenditure
20,719,649
Surplus/(Deficit)
208,971
Transfers recognised - capital
1,550,919
Contributions recognised - capital & contributed assets
–
6,021,630
84,713
1,632,291
942,081
7,615,696
171,574
5,650,505
22,118,490
904,497
1,631,745
–
6,893,729
94,721
1,685,333
857,206
7,895,243
166,133
6,885,154
24,477,520
(54,007)
2,041,011
–
2,536,242
1,987,004
Surplus/(Deficit) after capital transfers &
1,759,890
Budget Year Budget Year Budget Year
2015/16
+1 2016/17
+2 2017/18
5,539,951
14,908,486
631,458
2,678,934
3,367,047
5,936,803
16,609,914
760,535
2,630,016
3,587,997
6,318,024
18,439,974
832,665
2,716,409
3,786,715
6,754,792
20,418,856
880,431
2,950,312
3,995,320
26,794,956
27,125,876
29,525,265
32,093,787
34,999,711
7,353,431
93,026
1,990,225
1,177,331
8,522,864
205,214
7,511,195
26,853,285
(127,910)
3,377,740
–
7,412,240
93,026
1,998,044
1,177,331
8,522,226
200,629
7,539,097
26,942,593
(147,637)
3,406,939
–
7,050,122
97,186
1,945,875
1,313,832
8,643,512
194,933
7,496,602
26,742,063
383,813
3,308,319
–
7,972,674
98,554
2,145,381
1,427,941
9,766,032
228,961
7,837,718
29,477,262
48,003
3,573,253
–
8,596,881
103,569
2,208,123
1,476,014
10,938,765
244,115
8,316,636
31,884,104
209,683
3,682,317
–
9,258,942
108,927
2,370,208
1,507,353
12,254,416
257,807
8,873,151
34,630,804
368,908
3,891,048
–
3,249,830
3,259,302
3,692,132
3,621,255
3,892,000
4,259,956
contributions
Share of surplus/ (deficit) of associate
Surplus/(Deficit) for the year
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
1,759,890
2,536,242
1,987,004
3,249,830
3,259,302
3,692,132
3,621,255
3,892,000
4,259,956
3,515,471
1,550,919
–
1,000,000
964,552
3,515,471
3,494,715
1,631,745
–
–
1,862,970
3,494,715
4,201,622
1,915,454
–
1,500,000
786,168
4,201,622
5,711,021
3,377,740
–
1,000,000
1,333,281
5,711,021
5,673,548
3,406,939
–
1,000,000
1,266,609
5,673,548
5,673,548
3,308,319
–
1,000,000
1,365,229
5,673,548
6,046,926
3,573,253
–
1,000,000
1,473,673
6,046,926
6,435,351
3,682,317
–
1,000,000
1,753,034
6,435,351
6,937,100
3,891,048
–
1,000,000
2,046,052
6,937,100
Financial position
Total current assets
Total non current assets
Total current liabilities
Total non current liabilities
Community w ealth/Equity
11,244,179
35,136,248
8,058,631
12,965,746
25,356,050
11,503,561
37,430,275
9,270,341
12,133,811
27,529,684
13,163,816
39,823,426
10,695,464
12,775,090
29,516,688
12,999,432
44,242,310
9,057,861
12,631,338
35,552,543
12,172,435
44,174,439
9,056,571
12,631,338
34,658,965
12,264,611
42,740,172
9,992,007
12,793,589
32,219,186
12,756,504
46,666,108
10,293,984
12,876,686
36,251,942
13,254,017
50,898,177
10,631,065
12,878,025
40,643,103
13,811,450
55,476,693
11,018,407
12,868,588
45,401,149
Cash flows
Net cash from (used) operating
Net cash from (used) inv esting
Net cash from (used) financing
Cash/cash equivalents at the year end
4,609,681
(3,434,298)
576,074
5,025,483
4,805,438
(3,487,199)
(784,013)
5,559,709
5,041,837
(4,111,416)
369,562
6,859,693
5,277,879
(5,676,732)
24,697
5,148,302
4,869,356
(5,639,260)
69,483
4,822,038
3,963,088
(5,644,480)
38,862
5,217,163
5,897,023
(6,014,212)
(109,189)
4,990,786
6,010,556
(6,403,549)
21,644
4,619,437
6,511,750
(6,905,237)
12,381
4,238,331
Cash backing/surplus reconciliation
Cash and inv estments av ailable
Application of cash and inv estments
Balance - surplus (shortfall)
5,025,483
2,826,022
2,199,461
5,559,709
4,024,602
1,535,107
6,859,692
5,230,370
1,629,322
5,990,384
3,570,867
2,419,517
5,422,038
3,792,144
1,629,894
5,383,165
4,653,670
729,494
5,428,450
4,475,932
952,518
5,417,117
4,403,093
1,014,024
5,397,482
4,239,307
1,158,175
34,842,267
1,549,385
1,166,087
1,821,525
36,771,410
1,632,291
1,485,446
2,311,701
39,225,988
1,685,333
1,631,582
2,483,448
43,987,970
1,990,225
1,808,056
3,101,050
43,919,375
1,998,044
1,701,436
3,071,121
42,392,927
1,945,875
1,701,436
3,137,329
46,294,837
2,145,381
2,822,076
3,152,219
50,497,673
2,208,123
2,918,448
3,388,292
55,044,092
2,370,208
3,251,516
3,645,758
1,305,152
2,642,169
1,305,152
2,642,169
1,183,686
2,769,528
1,270,639
3,073,505
1,435,748
3,374,748
1,305,077
3,109,077
1,415,233
3,354,233
1,534,799
3,619,799
1,664,611
3,749,611
74
235
345
–
74
235
345
–
80
202
363
–
75
190
368
–
70
186
385
–
73
172
368
–
72
186
385
–
77
182
399
–
80
180
405
–
Capital expenditure & funds sources
Capital expenditure
Transfers recognised - capital
Public contributions & donations
Borrow ing
Internally generated funds
Total sources of capital funds
Asset management
Asset register summary (WDV)
Depreciation & asset impairment
Renew al of Ex isting Assets
Repairs and Maintenance
Free services
Cost of Free Basic Serv ices prov ided
Rev enue cost of free serv ices prov ided
Households below minimum service level
Water:
Sanitation/sew erage:
Energy :
Refuse:
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EXPLANATORY NOTES TO MBRR TABLE A1 – BUDGET SUMMARY
Table A1 is a budget summary and provides a concise overview of the City’s budget from all of the major financial
perspectives (operating, capital expenditure, financial position, cash flow, and MFMA funding compliance). The
table provides an overview of the amounts to be approved for operating performance, as well as the municipality’s
commitment to eliminating basic service delivery backlogs.
Financial management reforms emphasises the importance of the municipal budget being funded. This requires the
simultaneous assessment of the Financial Performance, Financial Position and Cash Flow Budgets, along with the
Capital Budget. The Budget Summary provides the key information in this regard:
a. The operating surplus/deficit (after Total Expenditure) is positive over the MTREF
b. Capital expenditure is balanced by capital funding sources, of which
i.
Transfers recognized is reflected on the Financial Performance Budget;
ii.
Borrowing is incorporated in the net cash from financing on the Cash Flow Budget
iii.
Internally generated funds are financed from a combination of the current operating surplus and
accumulated cash-backed surpluses from previous years.
Even though the Council places great emphasis on the financial sustainability of the municipality, this is not being
done at the expense of services to the poor. The section of Free Services shows that the amount spent on Free
Basic Services and the revenue cost of free services provided by the municipality continues to increase. In addition,
the municipality continues to make good progress in addressing service delivery backlogs.
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ETH eThekwini - Table A2 Budgeted Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure by standard classification)
Standard Classification Description
R thousand
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue &
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Current Year 2014/15
Audited
Audited
Audited
Original
Adjusted
Full Year
Expenditure Framework
Budget Year Budget Year Budget Year
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Budget
Budget
Forecast
2015/16
Revenue - Standard
Governance and administration
Ex ecutiv e and council
Budget and treasury office
Corporate serv ices
Community and public safety
Community and social serv ices
Sport and recreation
Public safety
Housing
Health
Economic and environmental services
Planning and dev elopment
Road transport
Env ironmental protection
Trading services
Electricity
Water
Waste w ater management
Waste management
Other
Total Revenue - Standard
6,453,501
5,775
6,204,142
243,584
1,172,769
30,063
97,851
136,419
851,754
56,682
994,528
212,639
780,067
1,822
13,381,592
8,756,686
2,698,040
1,211,246
715,620
477,149
22,479,539
7,401,447
1,338
7,162,438
237,671
773,008
55,457
98,400
254,714
291,065
73,372
1,069,353
217,398
849,900
2,054
14,986,429
9,869,805
2,982,873
1,270,380
863,370
424,495
24,654,732
7,934,651
1,578
7,691,450
241,622
739,847
43,541
94,987
256,026
248,105
97,190
1,078,202
207,076
867,902
3,224
16,254,917
10,177,576
3,526,656
1,730,345
820,340
456,907
26,464,524
8,912,935
104,480
8,555,653
252,802
1,702,260
198,586
131,793
127,387
1,163,244
81,250
1,306,799
218,733
1,075,311
12,755
17,720,509
11,104,079
4,075,014
1,662,091
879,325
460,612
30,103,115
8,969,048
104,480
8,611,766
252,802
1,779,635
273,398
121,793
134,850
1,168,343
81,250
1,301,380
208,988
1,075,311
17,081
17,690,550
11,094,079
4,076,514
1,640,633
879,325
461,283
30,201,895
9,043,410
104,178
8,674,734
264,498
1,693,428
163,160
106,632
98,714
1,243,767
81,156
1,295,193
206,086
1,073,049
16,058
17,941,577
11,217,951
4,194,952
1,652,200
876,474
460,586
30,434,195
9,823,010
146,383
9,401,124
275,503
1,978,665
216,190
147,060
105,769
1,430,162
79,484
1,692,562
286,684
1,373,222
32,656
19,106,668
12,365,480
4,292,497
1,496,352
952,339
497,613
33,098,518
10,543,434
157,453
10,097,311
288,671
1,985,663
258,231
123,800
108,476
1,409,185
85,972
1,667,342
258,395
1,404,279
4,668
21,046,873
13,763,541
4,656,307
1,599,350
1,027,675
532,791
35,776,104
11,386,336
180,028
10,895,324
310,984
1,972,103
265,534
134,947
112,823
1,375,703
83,096
1,809,122
324,538
1,482,101
2,484
23,144,640
15,229,159
5,046,227
1,774,044
1,095,210
578,559
38,890,760
Expenditure - Standard
Governance and administration
Ex ecutiv e and council
Budget and treasury office
Corporate serv ices
Community and public safety
Community and social serv ices
Sport and recreation
Public safety
Housing
Health
Economic and environmental services
Planning and dev elopment
Road transport
Env ironmental protection
Trading services
Electricity
Water
Waste w ater management
Waste management
Other
Total Expenditure - Standard
3,316,366
225,446
2,103,975
986,944
2,914,758
530,583
791,558
980,710
311,428
300,479
2,120,320
544,601
1,458,122
117,597
11,876,306
7,632,213
2,585,215
883,323
775,556
491,898
20,719,649
3,013,943
260,175
1,561,475
1,192,293
4,176,694
605,442
1,057,483
1,502,447
686,703
324,619
2,462,681
698,722
1,642,324
121,635
11,947,356
6,694,971
3,384,355
1,009,595
858,434
517,817
22,118,490
3,455,114
329,084
1,800,423
1,325,608
5,216,652
663,173
1,111,042
1,562,284
1,512,755
367,398
2,668,485
745,039
1,786,800
136,646
12,611,333
6,683,382
3,943,429
1,061,089
923,432
525,936
24,477,520
3,619,149
363,840
1,724,690
1,530,618
4,618,749
794,299
1,191,767
1,505,243
847,133
280,307
2,866,646
851,461
1,826,927
188,259
15,149,001
9,471,504
3,660,338
1,137,835
879,325
599,740
26,853,285
3,661,839
403,123
1,715,415
1,543,301
4,703,463
876,979
1,194,638
1,505,824
850,527
275,495
2,840,430
837,508
1,811,527
191,395
15,149,256
9,471,504
3,661,838
1,136,590
879,325
587,607
26,942,593
3,471,192
371,969
1,657,856
1,441,367
4,656,147
780,101
1,173,639
1,541,488
921,663
239,256
2,818,897
781,675
1,874,340
162,882
15,218,638
9,314,359
3,876,712
1,151,092
876,475
577,188
26,742,063
3,790,589
411,122
1,804,852
1,574,615
5,031,128
890,214
1,280,085
1,663,169
894,717
302,942
3,177,370
889,507
2,079,740
208,123
16,833,669
10,483,707
4,149,698
1,247,925
952,339
644,506
29,477,262
3,982,590
446,948
1,880,156
1,655,486
5,391,825
955,935
1,351,847
1,788,855
977,478
317,711
3,306,650
913,150
2,187,320
206,180
18,519,451
11,662,484
4,506,078
1,323,215
1,027,675
683,587
31,884,104
4,217,382
471,522
1,978,843
1,767,017
5,759,143
1,020,231
1,436,092
1,918,963
1,044,882
338,973
3,524,389
983,218
2,307,108
234,063
20,401,182
12,987,316
4,906,944
1,411,712
1,095,210
728,708
34,630,804
1,759,890
2,536,242
1,987,004
3,249,830
3,259,302
3,692,132
3,621,255
3,892,000
4,259,956
Surplus/(Deficit) for the year
+1 2016/17
+2 2017/18
EXPLANATORY NOTES TO MBRR TABLE A2 – BUDGET PERFORMANCE (REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE BY STANDARD
CLASSIFICATION)
Table A2 is a view of the budgeted financial performance in relation to revenue and expenditure per standard
classification. The GFS standard classification divides the municipal services into 15 functional areas. Municipal
revenue, operating expenditure and capital expenditure are then classified in terms of each of these functional
areas which enable National Treasury to compile ‘whole of government’ reports.
As a general principle the revenues for the Trading Services should exceed their expenditures. The table highlights
that this is the case for Electricity, Water and Waste water functions, but not the Waste management function.
Other functions that show a deficit between revenue and expenditure are being financed from rates revenues and
other revenue sources
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ETH eThekwini - Table A3 Budgeted Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure by municipal vote)
Vote Description
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue &
Current Year 2014/15
Expenditure Framework
Audited
Audited
Audited
Original
Adjusted
Full Year
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Budget
Budget
Forecast
2015/16
Revenue by Vote
Vote 1 - Office of the City Manager
190,780
Vote 2 - Finance
6,165,443
Vote 3 - Gov ernance
3,365
Vote 4 - Corporate and Human Resources
21,404
Vote 5 - Economic Dev elopment & Planning
150,699
Vote 6- Community and Emergency Serv ices
105,430
Vote 7 - Human Settlements and Infrastructure
3,168,779
Vote 8- Electricity
8,949,656
Vote 9 - Water
3,190,097
Vote 10 - Formal Housing
66,561
Vote 11 - Markets
64,848
Vote 12- Airport
6,216
Vote 13 - Chief Albert Luthuli International Conv ertional 243,376
Centre
Vote 14 - uShaka Marine World
152,885
Vote 15 - [NAME OF VOTE 15]
–
Total Revenue by Vote
22,479,539
308,584
8,060,203
4,703
2,184
268,204
170,388
3,038,372
9,321,112
2,982,873
84,860
70,627
6,065
165,676
170,880
–
24,654,732
262,137
7,682,828
4,146
11,276
234,588
163,364
3,598,950
10,421,443
3,526,509
114,183
78,951
7,345
174,878
183,926
–
26,464,524
277,623
8,773,666
2,774
12,860
276,846
344,014
4,549,343
11,073,940
4,075,014
268,177
77,456
7,955
162,328
201,120
–
30,103,115
278,963
8,829,779
2,774
12,860
271,555
416,289
4,531,516
11,063,940
4,076,514
268,177
77,456
7,955
167,725
196,394
–
30,201,895
254,746
8,897,486
2,753
11,790
269,698
289,861
4,559,635
11,187,751
4,194,952
316,074
79,584
7,664
167,725
194,474
–
30,434,195
297,865
9,631,030
2,893
14,072
362,449
383,887
5,170,556
12,336,000
4,292,497
121,358
92,573
8,220
176,411
208,707
–
33,098,518
317,256
10,338,090
4,804
14,776
340,205
402,290
5,324,381
13,731,815
4,656,307
125,321
97,460
8,571
185,590
229,239
–
35,776,104
347,758
11,155,859
3,162
15,662
415,157
416,722
5,610,505
15,195,007
5,046,227
126,101
107,256
8,933
196,032
246,378
–
38,890,760
Expenditure by Vote to be appropriated
Vote 1 - Office of the City Manager
1,235,714
Vote 2 - Finance
1,436,500
Vote 3 - Gov ernance
345,064
Vote 4 - Corporate and Human Resources
260,354
Vote 5 - Economic Dev elopment & Planning
682,341
Vote 6 - Community and Emergency Serv ices
1,854,919
Vote 7 - Human Settlements and Infrastructure
4,388,740
Vote 8 - Electricity
7,427,376
Vote 9 - Water
2,585,215
Vote 10 - Formal Housing
89,284
Vote 11 - Markets
40,296
Vote 12 - Airport
5,860
Vote 13 - Chief Albert Luthuli International Conv ertional Centre
174,369
Vote 14 - uShaka Marine World
193,616
Vote 15 - [NAME OF VOTE 15]
–
Total Expenditure by Vote
20,719,649
1,456,880
2,265,821
402,786
284,584
740,923
2,072,826
4,117,878
6,868,903
3,380,763
110,040
42,085
6,520
166,681
201,800
–
22,118,490
1,516,421
1,882,771
495,954
319,812
865,744
2,288,800
5,187,897
7,350,456
3,939,116
219,524
46,132
6,592
145,850
212,448
–
24,477,520
1,396,299
2,465,863
502,364
410,857
972,858
2,460,510
4,491,875
9,699,959
3,660,338
326,501
61,535
7,242
160,821
236,264
–
26,853,285
1,429,694
2,452,610
557,035
411,433
946,269
2,547,648
4,456,211
9,699,959
3,661,838
324,796
61,534
7,242
156,333
229,990
–
26,942,593
1,455,730
2,342,863
529,218
369,888
920,078
2,372,026
4,478,420
9,539,826
3,876,712
414,785
57,045
7,158
156,333
221,978
–
26,742,063
1,569,735
2,556,352
558,807
441,701
1,034,047
2,700,015
4,933,508
10,726,351
4,149,698
321,608
66,433
7,672
173,289
238,045
–
29,477,262
1,673,389
2,668,455
593,211
467,020
1,067,540
2,898,358
5,226,452
11,922,331
4,506,078
346,758
70,325
7,975
185,138
251,075
–
31,884,104
1,805,666
2,813,259
624,845
499,508
1,142,902
3,092,764
5,585,048
13,265,421
4,906,944
345,196
75,158
8,283
195,872
269,936
–
34,630,804
2,536,242
1,987,004
3,249,830
3,259,302
3,692,132
3,621,255
3,892,000
4,259,956
R thousand
Surplus/(Deficit) for the year
1,759,890
Budget Year Budget Year Budget Year
+1 2016/17
+2 2017/18
EXPLANATORY NOTES TO MBRR TABLE A3 – BUDGETED FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE (REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE
BY MUNICIPAL VOTE)
Table A3 is a view of the budgeted financial performance in relation to the revenue and expenditure per municipal
vote. This table facilitates the view of the budgeted operating performance in relation to the organizational
structure of the City.
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ETH eThekwini - Table A4 Budgeted Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure)
Description
R thousand
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue &
Current Year 2014/15
Expenditure Framework
Audited
Audited
Audited
Original
Adjusted
Full Year
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Budget
Budget
Forecast
Budget Year Budget Year Budget Year
2015/16
+1 2016/17
+2 2017/18
Revenue By Source
Property rates
4,332,441
4,918,885
5,308,509
5,352,283
5,392,883
5,392,852
5,803,863
6,181,114
111,867
69,002
144,180
129,085
129,085
147,099
132,940
136,911
141,000
Serv ice charges - electricity rev enue
8,376,497
9,177,471
9,444,493
10,477,612
10,477,612
10,503,140
11,778,524
13,189,028
14,702,957
Serv ice charges - w ater rev enue
Property rates - penalties & collection charges
6,613,792
1,894,285
2,061,896
2,295,911
2,879,423
2,879,423
2,966,997
3,279,627
3,589,788
3,935,799
Serv ice charges - sanitation rev enue
635,928
661,402
726,846
776,193
776,193
792,471
855,076
922,624
995,509
Serv ice charges - refuse rev enue
405,204
412,249
447,621
513,927
513,927
509,202
550,024
588,012
625,563
82,694
154,283
161,863
143,495
143,495
136,676
146,662
150,521
159,028
Rental of facilities and equipment
494,955
507,383
532,028
451,237
451,237
453,350
483,003
507,170
539,020
Interest earned - ex ternal inv estments
231,693
303,994
334,874
491,385
497,232
631,458
760,535
832,665
880,431
92,526
112,689
143,037
114,629
114,629
155,800
163,249
171,242
179,366
Serv ice charges - other
Interest earned - outstanding debtors
Div idends receiv ed
Fines
–
–
–
–
129,165
110,926
248,511
113,756
113,756
78,864
83,499
88,389
93,568
Licences and permits
28,369
30,341
30,542
25,094
25,094
30,465
26,328
27,766
29,240
Agency serv ices
11,718
12,495
10,795
12,744
12,744
12,744
13,382
14,051
14,753
Transfers recognised - operational
1,858,822
2,026,005
2,191,385
2,584,010
2,640,964
2,678,934
2,630,016
2,716,409
2,950,312
Other rev enue
2,177,215
2,451,586
2,385,180
2,626,212
2,592,393
2,600,464
2,784,926
2,944,480
3,105,571
65,241
12,380
17,739
34,289
34,289
35,359
33,612
33,617
33,802
20,928,620
23,022,987
24,423,513
26,725,375
26,794,956
27,125,876
29,525,265
32,093,787
34,999,711
6,576,030
84,752
394,630
1,549,385
872,091
6,666,970
43,965
2,873,398
126,094
1,525,020
7,314
6,021,630
84,713
1,064,847
1,632,291
942,081
7,557,474
58,222
2,897,897
171,574
1,685,330
2,431
6,893,729
94,721
1,618,726
1,685,333
857,206
7,839,588
55,655
3,340,788
166,133
1,924,984
656
7,353,431
93,026
569,329
1,990,225
1,177,331
8,520,259
2,604
3,713,755
205,214
3,227,845
265
7,412,240
93,026
569,329
1,998,044
1,177,331
8,519,622
2,604
3,740,191
200,629
3,229,292
285
7,050,122
97,186
572,692
1,945,875
1,313,832
8,640,349
3,163
3,773,509
194,933
3,149,906
496
7,972,674
98,554
644,931
2,145,381
1,427,941
9,760,765
5,267
3,833,479
228,961
3,359,022
286
8,596,881
103,569
684,010
2,208,123
1,476,014
10,933,310
5,455
4,124,785
244,115
3,507,549
292
9,258,942
108,927
726,487
2,370,208
1,507,353
12,248,703
5,713
4,438,499
257,807
3,707,871
295
Gains on disposal of PPE
Total Revenue (excluding capital transfers
and contributions)
Expenditure By Type
Employ ee related costs
Remuneration of councillors
Debt impairment
Depreciation & asset impairment
Finance charges
Bulk purchases
Other materials
Contracted serv ices
Transfers and grants
Other ex penditure
Loss on disposal of PPE
Total Expenditure
20,719,649
22,118,490
24,477,520
26,853,285
26,942,593
26,742,063
29,477,262
31,884,104
34,630,804
Surplus/(Deficit)
Transfers recognised - capital
Contributions recognised - capital
Contributed assets
208,971
1,550,919
–
904,497
1,631,745
–
(54,007)
2,041,011
–
(127,910)
3,377,740
–
(147,637)
3,406,939
–
383,813
3,308,319
–
48,003
3,573,253
–
209,683
3,682,317
–
368,908
3,891,048
–
Surplus/(Deficit) after capital transfers &
1,759,890
2,536,242
1,987,004
3,249,830
3,259,302
3,692,132
3,621,255
3,892,000
4,259,956
1,759,890
2,536,242
1,987,004
3,249,830
3,259,302
3,692,132
3,621,255
3,892,000
4,259,956
1,759,890
2,536,242
1,987,004
3,249,830
3,259,302
3,692,132
3,621,255
3,892,000
4,259,956
1,759,890
2,536,242
1,987,004
3,249,830
3,259,302
3,692,132
3,621,255
3,892,000
4,259,956
contributions
Tax ation
Surplus/(Deficit) after taxation
Attributable to minorities
Surplus/(Deficit) attributable to municipality
Share of surplus/ (deficit) of associate
Surplus/(Deficit) for the year
Section 1.4 provides explanatory details on the operating revenue framework.
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ETH eThekwini - Table A5 Budgeted Capital Expenditure by vote, standard classification and funding
Vote Description
R thousand
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue &
Current Year 2014/15
Expenditure Framework
Audited
Audited
Audited
Original
Adjusted
Full Year
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Budget
Budget
Forecast
Budget Year Budget Year Budget Year
2015/16
+1 2016/17
+2 2017/18
Capital expenditure - Vote
Multi-year expenditure to be appropriated
Vote 1 - Office of the City Manager
73,863
9,317
Vote 2 - Finance
249,497
241,739
Vote 3 - Gov ernance
12,051
–
Vote 4 - Corporate and Human Resources
2,333
2,077
Vote 5 - Economic Dev elopment & Planning
84,221
363,535
Vote 6 - Vote 6 - Community and Emergency Serv ices 65,364
130,242
Vote 7 - Vote 7 - Human Settlements and Infrastructure1,346,351
1,801,054
Vote 8 - Vote 8 - Electricity
567,382
519,668
Vote 9 - Vote 9 - Water
290,601
281,889
Vote 10 - Vote 10 - Formal Housing
213,809
–
Vote 11 - Vote 11 - Markets
1,927
7,915
Vote 12 - Vote 12 - Airport
52
–
Vote 13 - Vote 13 - Chief Albert Luthuli International Conv ertional
– Centre
–
Vote 14 - Vote 14 - uShaka Marine World
–
–
Vote 15 - [NAME OF VOTE 15]
–
–
133,808
102,966
7,265
4,468
147,019
122,504
2,314,477
526,070
812,951
655
3,746
600
–
–
–
260,111
126,700
18,144
500
157,952
274,659
3,083,096
666,942
814,850
–
2,880
–
–
–
–
289,411
110,892
13,630
460
168,180
292,898
3,050,968
666,942
814,850
–
2,680
384
–
–
–
289,411
110,892
13,630
460
168,180
292,898
3,050,968
666,942
814,850
–
2,680
384
–
–
–
234,000
81,579
–
–
227,643
287,072
3,564,334
636,422
730,156
–
14,407
–
–
–
–
245,000
112,074
–
–
257,152
412,178
3,688,898
666,152
793,119
–
9,500
–
–
–
–
257,000
174,163
–
–
344,290
587,832
3,759,270
691,100
809,667
–
18,000
–
–
–
–
Capital multi-year expenditure sub-total
3,357,436
4,176,529
5,405,834
5,411,294
5,411,294
5,775,613
6,184,073
6,641,322
Single-year expenditure to be appropriated
Vote 1 - Office of the City Manager
191,756
674
Vote 2 - Finance
75,880
147
Vote 3 - Gov ernance
5,299
–
Vote 4 - Corporate and Human Resources
52,742
8
Vote 5 - Economic Dev elopment & Planning
40,322
442
Vote 6 - Vote 6 - Community and Emergency Serv ices 4,914
67
Vote 7 - Vote 7 - Human Settlements and Infrastructure 201,845
22,826
Vote 8 - Vote 8 - Electricity
–
86,429
Vote 9 - Vote 9 - Water
2,374
603
Vote 10 - Vote 10 - Formal Housing
41
–
Vote 11 - Vote 11 - Markets
587
81
Vote 12 - Vote 12 - Airport
52
–
Vote 13 - Vote 13 - Chief Albert Luthuli International Conv 23,805
ertional Centre 14,471
Vote 14 - Vote 14 - uShaka Marine World
8,404
11,531
Vote 15 - [NAME OF VOTE 15]
–
–
Capital single-year expenditure sub-total
608,021
137,279
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
9,788
15,305
–
25,093
5,500
53,968
11,936
15,200
8,365
18,100
54,709
11,915
27,350
–
200
–
85,993
11,951
–
305,187
6,000
53,968
10,136
11,040
8,365
18,100
54,709
11,915
27,350
–
200
–
48,520
11,951
–
262,254
6,000
53,968
10,136
11,040
8,365
18,100
54,709
11,915
27,350
–
200
–
48,520
11,951
–
262,254
92,917
31,307
18,280
17,200
3,031
8,949
21,891
–
–
–
–
–
32,583
45,155
–
271,313
105,260
24,366
13,391
4,799
5,770
7,839
21,880
–
–
–
–
–
31,882
36,091
–
251,278
110,865
12,942
19,074
4,300
2,620
3,610
75,378
–
–
–
–
–
25,000
41,989
–
295,778
2,907,451
Total Capital Expenditure - Vote
3,515,471
3,494,715
4,201,622
5,711,021
5,673,548
5,673,548
6,046,926
6,435,351
6,937,100
Capital Expenditure - Standard
Governance and administration
Ex ecutiv e and council
Budget and treasury office
Corporate serv ices
Community and public safety
Community and social serv ices
Sport and recreation
Public safety
Housing
Health
Economic and environmental services
Planning and dev elopment
Road transport
Env ironmental protection
Trading services
Electricity
Water
Waste w ater management
Waste management
Other
394,569
22,086
222,695
149,788
407,544
21,503
43,381
24,740
304,356
13,564
639,824
85,297
553,070
1,458
2,038,159
641,116
183,067
987,093
226,882
35,375
253,961
9,991
241,885
2,085
180,088
72,163
6,550
36,930
49,779
14,666
1,251,133
389,979
861,154
–
1,801,536
606,097
282,492
773,215
139,732
7,997
248,507
133,808
102,966
11,733
187,188
46,160
45,674
4,696
64,684
25,974
1,430,551
147,619
1,282,932
492,059
295,691
180,668
15,700
1,000,346
154,387
22,994
88,898
707,587
26,480
1,796,930
169,397
1,627,533
253,975
13,391
136,440
104,144
1,534,332
361,941
33,976
14,831
1,108,400
15,184
2,330,129
262,922
2,067,207
321,044
19,074
187,105
114,865
1,735,728
540,831
32,376
13,340
1,143,986
5,195
2,465,425
346,910
2,118,515
2,323,742
678,857
842,200
700,750
101,935
97,944
331,453
23,766
164,860
142,828
1,026,668
168,461
22,994
100,837
707,587
26,789
1,790,320
200,282
1,590,038
–
2,461,756
678,857
842,200
845,851
94,848
63,351
241,283
18,280
112,886
110,117
1,514,951
232,124
21,913
20,926
1,218,930
21,058
2,106,035
230,674
1,875,361
2,306,537
531,463
812,951
822,062
140,062
28,839
331,453
23,766
164,860
142,828
1,026,668
168,461
22,994
100,837
707,587
26,789
1,790,320
200,282
1,590,038
–
2,461,756
678,857
842,200
845,851
94,848
63,351
2,092,512
636,422
730,156
641,736
84,198
92,145
2,239,442
666,152
793,119
653,900
126,271
77,473
2,329,915
691,100
809,667
683,621
145,527
84,989
Total Capital Expenditure - Standard
3,515,471
3,494,715
4,201,622
5,711,021
5,673,548
5,673,548
6,046,926
6,435,351
6,937,100
1,489,107
53,324
1,505,301
77,271
1,844,485
67,061
2,590,694
772,846
2,600,288
688,363
2,761,547
793,906
2,883,073
795,144
3,079,516
811,532
19,668
3,308,319
17,800
3,573,253
4,100
3,682,317
–
3,891,048
1,000,000
1,365,229
1,000,000
1,473,673
1,000,000
1,753,034
1,000,000
2,046,052
5,673,548
6,046,926
6,435,351
6,937,100
Funded by:
National Gov ernment
Prov incial Gov ernment
District Municipality
Other transfers and grants
Transfers recognised - capital
Public contributions & donations
Borrowing
Internally generated funds
8,488
1,550,919
49,173
1,631,745
3,908
1,915,454
14,200
3,377,740
1,000,000
964,552
–
1,862,970
1,500,000
786,168
1,000,000
1,333,281
2,601,095
787,318
–
18,526
3,406,939
–
1,000,000
1,266,609
Total Capital Funding
3,515,471
3,494,715
4,201,622
5,711,021
5,673,548
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EXPLANATORY NOTES TO TABLE A5 – BUDGETED CAPITAL EXPENDITURE BY VOTE, STANDARD CLASSIFICATION
AND FUNDING SOURCE
Table A5 reflects the city’s capital programme in relation to capital expenditure by municipal vote (multi-year
appropriations); capital expenditure by standard classification; and the funding sources necessary to fund the
capital budget, including information on capital transfers from national and provincial departments. The MFMA
provides that a municipality may approve multi-year or single-year capital budget appropriations. Budget
appropriations for the two outer years are indicative allocations based on departmental plans as informed by the
IDP and will be reviewed on an annual basis to assess the relevance of the expenditure in relation to the strategic
objectives of the city. The capital programme is funded mainly from grants and transfers, borrowings and internally
generated funds.
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ETH eThekwini - Table A6 Budgeted Financial Position
Description
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue &
Current Year 2014/15
Expenditure Framework
Audited
Audited
Audited
Original
Adjusted
Full Year
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Budget
Budget
Forecast
2015/16
783,420
4,874,465
2,564,131
2,725,639
13,207
283,317
11,244,179
1,066,519
4,897,900
2,924,428
2,234,786
95,912
284,016
11,503,561
1,067,314
6,149,940
2,879,048
2,576,289
101,603
389,622
13,163,816
1,460,929
5,400,000
3,235,276
2,548,502
76,140
278,585
12,999,432
1,298,833
5,000,000
2,965,165
2,554,292
76,140
278,005
12,172,435
1,262,166
5,000,000
2,970,792
2,746,367
7,282
278,005
12,264,611
1,192,131
5,200,000
3,188,743
2,877,060
7,427
291,142
12,756,504
1,119,293
5,300,000
3,514,803
3,006,832
7,576
305,513
13,254,017
1,050,134
5,400,000
3,892,256
3,140,710
7,727
320,624
13,811,450
288,004
91,704
500,000
328,723
155,610
97,098
98,912
100,851
323,348
318,000
312,677
307,380
38,123,721
314,825
–
42,986,561
41,381,933
45,276,545
49,470,416
54,010,083
662,070
5,977
35,136,248
46,380,427
692,355
4,899
37,430,275
48,933,836
773,544
5,734
39,823,426
52,987,242
686,584
98,731
44,242,310
57,241,742
156,334
–
317,904
–
42,915,735
–
–
685,736
98,731
44,174,439
56,346,874
97,995
33,846,821
153,966
500,000
328,510
–
35,750,545
687,646
249,249
42,740,172
55,004,783
700,292
274,174
46,666,108
59,422,612
714,580
301,591
50,898,177
64,152,193
726,629
331,750
55,476,693
69,288,143
LIABILITIES
Current liabilities
Bank ov erdraft
Borrow ing
Consumer deposits
Trade and other pay ables
Prov isions
Total current liabilities
632,402
773,025
1,081,004
5,274,218
297,982
8,058,631
904,710
957,999
1,293,879
5,903,002
210,751
9,270,341
857,562
993,039
1,533,178
7,061,447
250,238
10,695,464
870,545
1,095,000
1,314,873
5,483,596
293,848
9,057,861
876,795
1,095,000
1,336,657
5,454,272
293,848
9,056,571
879,001
1,095,000
1,609,865
6,114,294
293,848
9,992,007
963,681
1,046,000
1,691,239
6,304,919
288,145
10,293,984
1,002,175
1,060,000
1,776,027
6,510,427
282,435
10,631,065
1,052,652
1,073,000
1,865,075
6,750,841
276,839
11,018,407
Non current liabilities
Borrow ing
Prov isions
Total non current liabilities
TOTAL LIABILITIES
10,013,000
2,952,746
12,965,746
21,024,377
9,042,021
3,091,790
12,133,811
21,404,152
9,376,543
3,398,547
12,775,090
23,470,554
9,525,752
3,105,586
12,631,338
21,689,199
9,525,752
3,105,586
12,631,338
21,687,910
9,342,306
3,451,283
12,793,589
22,785,597
9,301,501
3,575,185
12,876,686
23,170,670
9,242,059
3,635,966
12,878,025
23,509,091
9,169,174
3,699,414
12,868,588
23,886,995
NET ASSETS
25,356,050
27,529,684
29,516,688
35,552,543
34,658,965
32,219,186
36,251,942
40,643,103
45,401,149
COMMUNITY WEALTH/EQUITY
Accumulated Surplus/(Deficit)
Reserv es
Minorities' interests
12,544,057
12,811,993
15,222,036
12,307,648
15,957,810
13,558,878
22,371,697
13,180,846
22,356,344
12,302,621
19,919,577
12,299,609
24,199,543
12,052,400
28,806,574
11,836,529
33,809,544
11,591,605
TOTAL COMMUNITY WEALTH/EQUITY
25,356,050
27,529,684
29,516,688
35,552,543
34,658,965
32,219,186
36,251,942
40,643,103
45,401,149
R thousand
ASSETS
Current assets
Cash
Call inv estment deposits
Consumer debtors
Other debtors
Current portion of long-term receiv ables
Inv entory
Total current assets
Non current assets
Long-term receiv ables
Inv estments
Inv estment property
Inv estment in Associate
Property , plant and equipment
Agricultural
Biological
Intangible
Other non-current assets
Total non current assets
TOTAL ASSETS
333,376
Budget Year Budget Year Budget Year
+1 2016/17
+2 2017/18
EXPLANATORY NOTES TO TABLE A6 – BUDGETED FINANCIAL POSITION
Table A6 is a consistent with international standards of good financial management practice, and improves
understandability for councilors and management of the impact of the budget on the statement of financial
position (balance sheet). This format presenting the statement of financial position is aligned to GRAP1, which is
generally aligned to the international version which presents Assets less Liabilities as “accounting” Community
Wealth. The order of items within each group illustrates items in order of liquidity; i.e. assets readily converted to
cash, or liabilities immediately required to be met from cash, appear first.
Table A6 is supported by an extensive table of notes (Supporting Table SA3) providing a detailed analysis of the
major components of a number of items, including:
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
Call investments deposits;
Consumer debtors;
Property, plant and equipment;
Trade and other payables;
Provisions non-current;
Changes in net assets; and
Reserves
60
The municipal equivalent of equity is Community Wealth/Equity. The justification is that ownership and the net
assets of the municipality belong to the community.
Any movement on the Budgeted Financial Performance or the Capital Budget will inevitably impact on the
Budgeted Financial Position. As an example, the collection rate assumption will impact on the cash position of the
municipality and subsequently inform the level of cash and cash equivalents at year end. Similarly, the collection
rate assumption should inform the budget appropriation for debt impairment which in turn would impact on the
provision for bad debt.
These budget and planning assumptions form a critical link in determining the applicability and relevance of the
budget as well as the determination of ratios and financial indicators. In addition the funding compliance
assessment is informed directly by forecasting the statement of financial position.
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ETH eThekwini - Table A7 Budgeted Cash Flows
Description
R thousand
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Audited
Audited
Original
Adjusted
Full Year
Outcome
Outcome
Budget
Budget
Forecast
2015/16
5,036,944
12,499,079
2,395,075
2,026,005
1,631,745
454,586
5,452,688
13,112,696
1,804,092
2,191,384
2,041,011
518,343
5,481,368
14,790,650
2,582,555
2,584,010
3,377,740
606,014
5,285,026
14,986,779
2,597,659
2,640,964
3,406,939
611,861
5,429,152
14,359,476
2,509,948
2,678,934
3,308,319
787,259
5,639,962
16,047,785
3,398,760
2,630,016
3,573,253
923,784
–
6,002,123
17,745,858
3,583,456
2,716,409
3,682,317
1,003,906
–
6,417,052
19,652,614
3,784,091
2,950,312
3,891,048
1,059,797
–
(18,128,297)
(938,438)
(171,261)
4,805,438
(19,004,190)
(905,188)
(169,000)
5,041,837
(22,761,914)
(1,177,331)
(205,214)
5,277,879
(23,281,911)
(1,177,331)
(200,629)
4,869,356
(23,601,235)
(1,313,832)
(194,933)
3,963,088
(24,659,635)
(1,427,941)
(228,961)
5,897,023
(27,003,384)
(1,476,014)
(244,115)
6,010,556
(29,478,006)
(1,507,353)
(257,807)
6,511,750
34,110
–
(28,995)
33,911
34,289
34,289
35,359
(6,291)
–
33,612
(898)
–
–
33,617
(1,815)
–
–
33,802
(1,939)
–
–
(3,492,314)
(3,487,199)
(4,211,159)
(4,111,416)
(5,711,021)
(5,676,732)
(5,673,549)
(5,639,260)
(5,673,548)
(5,644,480)
(6,046,926)
(6,014,212)
(6,435,351)
(6,403,549)
(6,937,100)
(6,905,237)
8,205
1,509,589
1,000,000
62,522
1,000,000
62,522
1,000,000
76,687
–
1,000,000
81,374
–
1,000,000
84,788
–
1,000,000
89,048
(792,218)
(784,013)
(1,140,027)
369,562
(1,037,825)
24,697
(993,039)
69,483
(1,037,825)
38,862
(1,190,563)
(109,189)
(1,063,144)
21,644
(1,076,667)
12,381
534,226
5,025,483
5,559,709
1,299,983
5,559,709
6,859,693
(374,157)
5,522,459
5,148,302
(700,421)
5,522,459
4,822,038
(1,642,530)
6,859,693
5,217,163
(226,378)
5,217,164
4,990,786
(371,349)
4,990,786
4,619,437
(381,106)
4,619,437
4,238,331
Outcome
CASH FLOW FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES
Receipts
Property rates, penalties & collection charges
4,462,666
Serv ice charges
11,428,037
Other rev enue
2,172,535
Gov ernment - operating
1,858,821
Gov ernment - capital
1,550,919
Interest
324,218
Div idends
Payments
Suppliers and employ ees
(16,189,330)
Finance charges
(872,091)
Transfers and Grants
(126,094)
NET CASH FROM/(USED) OPERATING ACTIVITIES 4,609,681
CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES
Receipts
Proceeds on disposal of PPE
73,063
Decrease (Increase) in non-current debtors
Decrease (increase) other non-current receiv ables
(12,179)
Decrease (increase) in non-current inv estments
Payments
Capital assets
(3,495,182)
NET CASH FROM/(USED) INVESTING ACTIVITIES (3,434,298)
CASH FLOWS FROM FINANCING ACTIVITIES
Receipts
Short term loans
Borrow ing long term/refinancing
1,007,524
Increase (decrease) in consumer deposits
Payments
Repay ment of borrow ing
(431,450)
NET CASH FROM/(USED) FINANCING ACTIVITIES 576,074
NET INCREASE/ (DECREASE) IN CASH HELD
Cash/cash equiv alents at the y ear begin:
Cash/cash equiv alents at the y ear end:
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue &
2011/12
1,751,457
3,274,026
5,025,483
Current Year 2014/15
65,832
Expenditure Framework
Budget Year Budget Year Budget Year
+1 2016/17
+2 2017/18
TABLE A7 – BUDGETED CASH FLOW STATEMENT
The budgeted cash flow statement is the first measurement in determining if the budget is funded. It shows the
expected level of cash in-flow versus cash out-flow that is likely to result from the implementation of the budget.
It can be seen that the cash levels of the city grew over the 2011/12 to 2013/14 period and is forecasted to drop
for the 2014/15 financial year. The 2014/15 MTREF has been informed by the planning principle of ensuring
adequate cash reserves over the medium-term. Cash and cash equivalents totals R 5.0 billion as at the end of the
2015/16 financial year and reduces to R 4.7 billion by 2017/18.
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ETH eThekwini - Table A8 Cash backed reserves/accumulated surplus reconciliation
Description
R thousand
Cash and investments available
Cash/cash equiv alents at the y ear end
Other current inv estments > 90 day s
Non current assets - Inv estments
Cash and investments available:
Application of cash and investments
Unspent conditional transfers
Unspent borrow ing
Statutory requirements
Other w orking capital requirements
Other prov isions
Long term inv estments committed
Reserv es to be backed by cash/inv estments
Total Application of cash and investments:
Surplus(shortfall)
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue &
Current Year 2014/15
Expenditure Framework
Audited
Audited
Audited
Original
Adjusted
Full Year
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Budget
Budget
Forecast
Budget Year Budget Year Budget Year
2015/16
+1 2016/17
+2 2017/18
5,025,483
(0)
–
5,025,483
5,559,709
(500,000)
500,000
5,559,709
6,859,693
(500,001)
500,000
6,859,692
5,148,302
842,082
–
5,990,384
4,822,038
600,000
–
5,422,038
5,217,163
166,002
–
5,383,165
4,990,786
437,664
–
5,428,450
4,619,437
797,680
–
5,417,117
4,238,331
1,159,151
–
5,397,482
587,654
–
1,039,265
–
1,328,247
–
450,000
–
450,000
–
400,000
–
350,000
–
300,000
–
275,000
–
(680,367)
(256,882)
568,994
–
2,918,735
2,826,022
2,199,461
–
3,242,219
4,024,602
1,535,107
–
3,333,129
5,230,370
1,629,322
(714,371)
357,068
–
3,478,169
3,570,867
2,419,517
(490,594)
357,068
–
3,475,669
3,792,144
1,629,894
261,436
380,665
–
3,611,570
4,653,670
729,494
31,580
381,983
–
3,712,369
4,475,932
952,518
(136,192)
383,991
–
3,855,294
4,403,093
1,014,024
(364,374)
386,730
–
3,941,951
4,239,307
1,158,175
TABLE A8 – CASH BACKED RESERVES/ACCUMULATED SURPLUS RECONCILIATION
It is aligned to the requirements of the MFMA Circular 42. In essence the table evaluates the funding levels of the
budget by firstly forecasting the cash and investments at year end and secondly reconciling the available funding to
the liabilities/commitments that exist.
The outcome of this exercise indicates a surplus. This shows that the cash and investments available exceed the
applications indicating compliance with the MFMA requirements that the municipality’s budget is “funded”. As part
of the budgeting and planning guidelines that informed the compilation of the 2015/16 MTREF the end objective of
the medium-term framework was to ensure the budget is funded aligned to section 18 of the MFMA.
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ETH eThekwini - Table A9 Asset Management
Description
R thousand
CAPITAL EXPENDITURE
Total New Assets
Infrastructure - Road transport
Infrastructure - Electricity
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Sanitation
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure
Community
Heritage assets
Inv estment properties
Other assets
Agricultural Assets
Biological assets
Intangibles
Total Renewal of Existing Assets
Infrastructure - Road transport
Infrastructure - Electricity
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Sanitation
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure
Community
Heritage assets
Inv estment properties
Other assets
Agricultural Assets
Biological assets
Intangibles
Total Capital Expenditure
Infrastructure - Road transport
Infrastructure - Electricity
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Sanitation
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure
Community
Heritage assets
Inv estment properties
Other assets
Agricultural Assets
Biological assets
Intangibles
TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDITURE - Asset class
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue &
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Current Year 2014/15
Audited
Audited
Audited
Original
Adjusted
Full Year
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Budget
Budget
Forecast
Expenditure Framework
Budget Year Budget Year Budget Year
2015/16
+1 2016/17
+2 2017/18
2,349,384
288,059
349,281
13,000
352,095
383,135
1,385,570
18,565
–
5,000
888,174
2,009,269
572,174
263,561
132,699
22,606
117,637
1,108,677
127,025
157
–
734,182
2,570,040
205,714
282,467
555,131
788,710
295,425
2,127,446
36,633
5,073
–
396,391
3,902,965
30,601
378,972
673,250
666,050
1,009,228
2,758,101
152,437
–
–
989,727
3,972,112
124,584
378,972
673,250
666,050
932,344
2,775,200
169,777
–
–
1,024,435
3,972,112
124,584
378,972
673,250
666,050
932,344
2,775,200
169,777
–
–
1,024,435
3,224,850
176,972
419,055
667,183
634,892
942,073
2,840,176
103,969
–
–
278,550
3,516,903
217,448
477,224
711,632
636,685
1,014,309
3,057,298
96,416
–
–
360,932
3,685,606
83,588
487,960
716,434
690,493
1,063,278
3,041,752
78,125
–
–
565,678
–
–
52,075
–
–
39,227
–
–
4,496
–
–
2,700
–
–
2,700
–
–
2,700
–
–
2,155
–
–
2,257
–
–
50
1,166,087
25,527
210,950
64,400
206,000
200,053
706,930
55,016
15,900
–
382,741
1,485,446
152,407
188,884
432,060
211,946
–
985,297
39,367
–
–
428,784
1,631,582
791,438
127,129
96,665
27,540
158,785
1,201,557
55,148
3,199
–
367,510
1,808,056
658,820
292,427
139,500
25,700
94,210
1,210,657
120,598
–
–
474,101
1,701,436
658,680
292,427
139,500
25,700
25,063
1,141,370
120,598
–
–
436,858
1,701,436
658,680
292,427
139,500
25,700
25,063
1,141,370
120,598
–
–
436,858
2,822,076
432,965
205,967
39,283
6,844
1,318,638
2,003,697
184,725
–
–
633,654
2,918,448
463,915
178,878
52,796
17,215
1,279,107
1,991,911
304,561
–
–
621,976
3,251,516
486,800
188,090
70,382
2,428
1,325,450
2,073,150
495,317
–
–
683,049
–
–
5,500
–
–
31,999
–
–
4,168
–
–
2,700
–
–
2,610
–
–
2,610
313,586
560,231
77,400
558,095
583,188
2,092,500
73,581
15,900
5,000
1,270,915
724,580
452,445
564,758
234,552
117,637
2,093,973
166,392
157
–
1,162,966
997,152
409,596
651,796
816,250
454,210
3,329,004
91,782
8,272
–
763,901
689,421
671,399
812,750
691,750
1,103,438
3,968,758
273,035
–
–
1,463,828
783,264
671,399
812,750
691,750
957,407
3,916,570
290,375
–
–
1,461,293
783,264
671,399
812,750
691,750
957,407
3,916,570
290,375
–
–
1,461,293
609,937
625,022
706,466
641,736
2,260,711
4,843,873
288,694
–
–
912,204
681,362
656,102
764,428
653,900
2,293,416
5,049,208
400,977
–
–
982,908
570,388
676,050
786,816
692,920
2,388,728
5,114,902
573,442
–
–
1,248,727
–
–
57,575
–
–
71,226
–
–
8,664
–
–
5,400
–
–
5,310
–
–
5,310
–
–
2,155
–
–
2,257
–
–
50
3,515,471
3,494,715
4,201,622
5,711,021
5,673,548
5,673,548
6,046,926
6,435,351
6,937,121
64
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
ETH eThekwini - Table A9 Asset Management
Description
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue &
Current Year 2014/15
Expenditure Framework
Audited
Audited
Audited
Original
Adjusted
Full Year
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Budget
Budget
Forecast
3,102,765
5,906,128
6,610,996
3,859,847
3,779,545
23,259,281
4,090,177
9,501
333,376
6,487,862
3,827,345
6,361,574
7,175,754
3,882,453
1,660,267
22,907,394
4,095,122
9,658
328,510
8,738,371
8,271,104
4,507,125
1,912,606
2,029,542
9,025,027
25,745,404
3,947,557
10,512
328,723
8,420,248
4,355,599
6,936,476
8,663,284
5,179,803
3,579,691
28,714,853
4,276,094
12,509
314,825
9,983,105
4,355,599
6,936,476
8,663,284
5,179,803
3,579,691
28,714,853
4,276,094
12,509
317,904
9,912,279
4,449,442
6,936,476
8,663,284
5,179,803
3,433,660
28,662,665
4,293,434
12,509
323,348
8,413,325
5,059,380
7,561,498
9,369,750
5,821,539
5,694,371
33,506,538
4,582,128
12,509
318,000
7,175,370
5,740,742
8,217,600
10,134,178
6,475,439
7,987,787
38,555,746
4,983,105
12,509
312,677
5,919,055
6,311,130
8,893,650
10,920,993
7,168,359
10,376,515
43,670,648
5,556,547
12,509
307,380
4,770,378
Agricultural Assets
–
Biological assets
–
Intangibles
662,070
TOTAL ASSET REGISTER SUMMARY - PPE (WDV) 34,842,267
–
–
692,355
36,771,410
–
–
773,544
39,225,988
–
–
686,584
43,987,970
–
–
685,736
43,919,375
–
–
687,646
42,392,927
–
–
700,292
46,294,837
–
–
714,580
50,497,673
–
–
726,629
55,044,092
R thousand
ASSET REGISTER SUMMARY - PPE (WDV)
Infrastructure - Road transport
Infrastructure - Electricity
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Sanitation
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure
Community
Heritage assets
Inv estment properties
Other assets
Budget Year Budget Year Budget Year
2015/16
+1 2016/17
+2 2017/18
EXPENDITURE OTHER ITEMS
Depreciation & asset impairment
Repairs and Maintenance by Asset Class
Infrastructure - Road transport
Infrastructure - Electricity
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Sanitation
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure
Community
Heritage assets
Inv estment properties
Other assets
TOTAL EXPENDITURE OTHER ITEMS
1,549,385
1,821,525
339,933
390,249
396,483
232,193
5,417
1,364,275
139,507
–
–
317,743
3,370,910
1,632,291
2,311,701
416,094
609,037
479,465
234,969
7,468
1,747,033
167,646
–
–
397,023
3,943,992
1,685,333
2,483,448
398,829
721,282
496,809
208,492
9,107
1,834,520
198,339
–
–
450,589
4,168,781
1,990,225
3,101,050
480,954
834,949
526,666
293,211
10,241
2,146,022
392,901
–
–
562,128
5,091,275
1,998,044
3,071,121
480,615
834,949
526,666
271,338
10,741
2,124,310
402,285
–
–
544,526
5,069,164
1,945,875
3,137,329
479,881
832,249
543,486
270,898
10,255
2,136,769
436,131
–
–
564,429
5,083,204
2,145,381
3,152,219
509,360
897,549
584,483
297,445
11,705
2,300,542
238,435
–
–
613,242
5,297,600
2,208,123
3,388,292
525,006
968,509
672,533
312,565
12,337
2,490,949
254,912
–
–
642,431
5,596,415
2,370,208
3,645,758
527,935
1,045,099
776,734
331,344
12,949
2,694,061
270,820
–
–
680,877
6,015,966
Renewal of Existing Assets as % of total capex
Renewal of Existing Assets as % of deprecn"
R&M as a % of PPE
Renewal and R&M as a % of PPE
33.2%
75.3%
5.4%
9.0%
42.5%
91.0%
6.5%
10.0%
38.8%
96.8%
6.5%
10.0%
31.7%
90.8%
7.2%
11.0%
30.0%
85.2%
7.2%
11.0%
30.0%
87.4%
7.6%
11.0%
46.7%
131.5%
7.0%
13.0%
45.4%
132.2%
6.8%
12.0%
46.9%
137.2%
6.8%
13.0%
EXPLANATORY NOTES A9 – ASSETS MANAGEMENT
Table A9 provides an overview of municipal capital allocations to building new assets and the renewal of existing
assets, as well as spending on repairs and maintenance by asset class. National Treasury has recommended that
municipalities should allocate at least 40 per cent of their capital budget to the renewal of existing assets, and
allocations to repairs and maintenance should be 8 per cent of PPE.
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ETH eThekwini - Table A10 Basic service delivery measurement
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue &
Current Year 2014/15
Expenditure Framework
Description
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Original
Adjusted
Full Year
Budget Year
Budget
Budget
Forecast
2015/16
Budget Year Budget Year
+1 2016/17
+2 2017/18
Household service targets
Water:
Piped w ater inside dw elling
Piped w ater inside y ard (but not in dw elling)
Using public tap (at least min.serv ice lev el)
Other w ater supply (at least min.serv ice lev el)
Minimum Service Level and Above sub-total
Using public tap (< min.serv ice lev el)
Other w ater supply (< min.serv ice lev el)
No w ater supply
Below Minimum Service Level sub-total
Total number of households
Sanitation/sewerage:
Flush toilet (connected to sew erage)
Flush toilet (w ith septic tank)
Chemical toilet
Pit toilet (v entilated)
Other toilet prov isions (> min.serv ice lev el)
Minimum Service Level and Above sub-total
Bucket toilet
Other toilet prov isions (< min.serv ice lev el)
No toilet prov isions
Below Minimum Service Level sub-total
Total number of households
Energy:
Electricity (at least min.serv ice lev el)
Electricity - prepaid (min.serv ice lev el)
Minimum Service Level and Above sub-total
Electricity (< min.serv ice lev el)
Electricity - prepaid (< min. serv ice lev el)
Other energy sources
Below Minimum Service Level sub-total
Total number of households
Refuse:
Remov ed at least once a w eek
Minimum Service Level and Above sub-total
Remov ed less frequently than once a w eek
Using communal refuse dump
Using ow n refuse dump
Other rubbish disposal
No rubbish disposal
Below Minimum Service Level sub-total
Total number of households
614,000
45,000
213,000
614,000
45,000
213,000
634,367
72,000
234,000
650,000
77,000
239,000
653,548
78,073
235,932
662,000
85,000
242,000
670,000
89,000
245,000
678,000
94,000
249,000
966,000
650,000
77,000
239,000
–
966,000
872,000
872,000
940,367
967,553
989,000
1,004,000
1,021,000
74,000
74,000
80,000
75,000
70,000
73,447
72,000
77,000
80,000
74,000
946,000
74,000
946,000
80,000
1,020,367
75,000
1,041,000
70,000
1,036,000
73,447
1,041,000
72,000
1,061,000
77,000
1,081,000
80,000
1,101,000
517,000
37,000
517,000
37,000
540,000
145,000
–
112,000
78,000
875,000
118,027
105,943
869,156
540,000
145,000
–
112,000
78,000
875,000
555,000
159,000
–
110,000
75,000
899,000
567,000
175,000
113,000
44,000
711,000
524,000
132,000
–
115,000
80,000
851,000
519,661
125,525
113,000
44,000
711,000
504,367
112,000
–
120,000
82,000
818,367
107,000
72,000
921,000
235,000
235,000
202,000
190,000
186,000
171,844
186,000
182,000
180,000
235,000
946,000
235,000
946,000
202,000
1,020,367
190,000
1,041,000
186,000
1,061,000
171,844
1,041,000
186,000
1,061,000
182,000
1,081,000
180,000
1,101,000
331,795
305,000
636,795
331,795
305,000
636,795
344,367
313,000
657,367
355,000
318,000
673,000
342,000
314,000
656,000
355,000
318,000
673,000
352,000
324,000
676,000
354,000
328,000
682,000
360,000
336,000
696,000
345,000
345,000
981,795
345,000
345,000
981,795
363,000
363,000
1,020,367
368,000
368,000
1,041,000
385,000
385,000
1,041,000
368,000
368,000
1,041,000
385,000
385,000
1,061,000
399,000
399,000
1,081,000
405,000
405,000
1,101,000
982,000
982,000
982,000
982,000
1,020,367
1,020,367
1,041,000
1,041,000
1,061,000
1,061,000
1,041,000
1,041,000
1,061,000
1,061,000
1,081,000
1,081,000
1,101,000
1,101,000
–
982,000
–
982,000
–
1,020,367
–
1,041,000
–
1,061,000
–
1,041,000
–
1,061,000
–
1,081,000
–
1,101,000
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ETH eThekwini - Table A10 Basic service delivery measurement
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue &
Current Year 2014/15
Expenditure Framework
Description
Original
Adjusted
Full Year
Budget Year
Budget
Budget
Forecast
2015/16
Budget Year Budget Year
+1 2016/17
+2 2017/18
Households receiving Free Basic Service
Water (6 kilolitres per household per month)
347,021
Sanitation (free minimum lev el serv ice)
316,147
Electricity /other energy (50kw h per household per month)64,500
Refuse (remov ed at least once a w eek)
687,000
347,021
376,174
64,500
687,000
520,028
338,153
84,866
595,000
521,328
354,153
87,500
600,000
521,374
386,872
112,960
600,000
520,074
370,872
107,586
559,560
521,374
386,872
112,960
559,560
522,674
402,872
118,610
559,560
523,974
418,872
120,000
559,560
Cost of Free Basic Services provided (R'000)
Water (6 kilolitres per household per month)
802,500
Sanitation (free sanitation serv ice)
183,200
Electricity /other energy (50kw h per household per month)44,552
Refuse (remov ed once a w eek)
274,900
Total cost of FBS provided (minimum social package)
1,305,152
802,500
183,200
44,552
274,900
1,305,152
582,042
178,447
70,365
352,833
1,183,686
625,094
192,544
77,542
375,459
1,270,639
705,558
207,755
96,800
425,635
1,435,748
625,094
192,544
92,967
394,472
1,305,077
705,558
207,755
96,800
405,120
1,415,233
768,963
224,167
104,544
437,125
1,534,799
838,169
241,877
112,908
471,658
1,664,611
120,000
9
9
120,000
9
9
120,000
9
9
47
65
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
120,000
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
51
47
51
55
55
65
50/65kWh
50/65kWh
50/65kWh
– N/a
N/a
N/a
N/a
Highest level of free service provided
Property rates (R v alue threshold)
Water (kilolitres per household per month)
Sanitation (kilolitres per household per month)
Sanitation (Rand per household per month)
Electricity (kw h per household per month)
Refuse (av erage litres per w eek)
Revenue cost of free services provided (R'000)
Property rates (R15 000 threshold rebate)
Property rates (other ex emptions, reductions
and rebates)
Water
Sanitation
Electricity /other energy
Refuse
Municipal Housing - rental rebates
Housing - top structure subsidies
Other
120,000
9
9
65
N/a
65 50/65kWh
N/a
507,152
507,152
713,629
811,800
944,100
811,800
944,100
1,038,150
1,038,150
698,546
873,921
235,000
52,630
274,920
698,546
873,921
235,000
52,630
274,920
872,213
582,042
178,447
70,365
352,833
992,200
625,094
192,544
76,408
375,459
994,900
705,558
207,755
96,800
425,635
992,200
625,094
192,544
92,967
394,472
994,900
705,558
207,755
96,800
405,120
1,046,850
768,963
224,167
104,544
437,125
1,046,850
838,169
241,877
112,908
471,658
2,642,169
2,642,169
2,769,528
3,073,505
3,374,748
3,109,077
3,354,233
3,619,799
3,749,611
Total revenue cost of free services provided
(total social package)
EXPLANATORY NOTES TABLE A10 – BASIC SERVICE DELIVERY MEASUREMENT
Table A10 provides an overview of service delivery levels, including backlogs foe each of the main services. The
City continues to make good progress with the eradication of backlogs.
It is anticipated that these Free Basic Services will cost the municipality R 3.4 billion in 2015/16. This is partially
covered by the municipality’s equitable share allocation from national government.
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2.1
2.
1 OVERVIEW
OVER
OV
ERVI
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VIEW
VI
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OF THE
THE ANNUAL
ANNU
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NU
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BUD
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PROC
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2.1.1
OVERVIEW
Budgeting is primarily about the choices that the municipality has to make between competing priorities and fiscal
realities. The budget process is an effective process that every local government must undertake to ensure good
governance and accountability. The process outlines the current and future direction that the city would follow in
order to meet legislative stipulations. The budget process enables the city to optimally involve residents and other
stakeholders in the budgeting process.
The budget preparation process is guided by the following legislative requirements:
·
·
·
·
Municipal Finance Management Act
Municipal Budget and Reporting Regulations
Municipal Systems Act and
Municipal Structures Act
Section 21 of the MFMA requires that a time schedule setting out the process to draft the IDP and prepare the
budget be tabled ten months before the financial year. In compliance with this requirement the IDP and budget
time schedule was tabled before council in August 2014. The main aim of the timetable is to ensure integration
between the Integrated Development Plan, the budget and allied process towards tabling a balanced budget.
The adoption of the 2014/15 Medium Term Budget for the eThekwini Municipality on 29 May 2014 laid the
foundation by which strategic functions within the municipality could apply sound financial planning and
management over the medium to long term. It facilitated the critical alignment of planning, budgeting and
sustainable service delivery in line with eThekwini’s vision of being Africa’s most caring and liveable city.
The purpose of the 2015/16 Medium Term Budget is to comply with the Municipal Finance Management Act (No. 56
of 2003) and is a financial plan to enable the municipality to achieve its vision and mission through the IDP which is
informed by our five year programme and community/stakeholder inputs. The draft budget is the start of a journey
towards the final budget for approval. It will include many processes both politically and administratively, amongst
others, consultations with communities in the municipal area.
In November 2014, a budget workshop was held with senior officials as a prelude to the commencement of the
budget process to review the 2014/15 budget and to enable strategic discussions pertaining to the budget process.
The workshop dealt with past performance trends of operating budget and capital budget, identified budget
realities going forward and set the criteria and basis to be used in the appropriation of financial resources amongst
city functions during the budget cycle. Thereafter budget instructions (broad expenditure parameters) were issued
to departments by the Budget Office.
Budget meetings were also held with various clusters. At these meetings, budget strategy, budget policies and the
alignment of the operating budget with the IDP were discussed. The IDP’s strategic focus areas informed the
development of the budget, in addition to assessing the relative capacity to implement the budget, taking
affordability considerations into account. A budget workshop was held during December 2014 which focused on a
year to date capital and operating budget performance, budget adjustments and the 2015/16 MTREF. Broad
Strategic responses to the state of the national economy were discussed. Further deliberations were held on the
budget with a view to assessing the budget and reducing the deficit in order to ensure that the increases in rates
and tariffs to balance the budget were restricted to an acceptable level. Additional budget cuts were undertaken in
line with austerity measures in order to realise reasonable levels of rates and service tariffs.
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A three day strategic planning workshop was held with the city’s leadership and chairperson of Portfolio
committees and senior management. The workshop was important in charting the way forward for the municipality.
During January 2015 budget presentations were held with the city manager and cluster managers.
The mechanism through which the needs of the municipality are identified and priorities set is the Integrated
Development Plan (IDP). The capital budget is then accordingly allocated to cover the higher priority projects in
the IDP. Capital budget allocations are often made at a project level through a prioritization process. In dealing
with capital finance allocations, the city aimed to maintain a strategic balance between (1) the social objective of
eradicating service backlogs and providing infrastructure to the poor, (2) the economic growth objective of
providing infrastructure to support economic growth and increased municipal revenue, and (3) the objective of
providing for rehabilitation and/or replacement of existing assets that had reached the end of their useful lives.
The city used National Treasury financial modeling techniques, based on the MSFM, to assist with prioritization and
to assess the capital budget allocation. This was done by first running the MSFM on an unconstrained base scenario,
projecting the ideal capital allocation to meet all the city’s backlog, growth and rehabilitation needs. The line
departments had to specify how the capital projects in their individual budgets were split among the five key focus
areas i.e. social, economic, rehabilitation, environmental and administration. While the overall capital required
was significantly more than the capital funding available, it was useful to analyze the difference in allocation
between these categories. A series of meetings were held to ensure that the budget is prioritized, balanced and
aligned to Councils IDP. A review of the capital borrowings and capital spending took place as the trend in
borrowings is not sustainable in view of the increased financial charges and the impacts on tariffs.
During the prioritization process of the capital budget, the impact of capital projects on future operating budgets
was assessed and considered prior to these projects being approved. Both the operating and capital budgets have
been evaluated through a prioritisation mechanism that ensures alignment to the development strategy of the
municipality.
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2.1.2
POLITICAL OVERSIGHT OF THE BUDGET PROCESS
The key to strengthening the link between priorities and spending plans lies in enhancing political oversight of the
budget process. Strengthening the link between Government’s priorities and spending plans is not an end in itself,
but the goal should be enhanced service delivery aimed at improving the quality of life for all people within the
City. The Strategic Management Team has a significant role to play in the financial planning process.
Section 53(1) (a) of the MFMA, states that, the mayor of a municipality must provide political guidance over the
budget process and the priorities that must guide the preparation of the budget. The Strategic Management Team
and the Executive Committee advise Council accordingly. Political oversight of the budget process allows
Government, and in particular, the municipality to manage the tension between competing policy priorities and
fiscal realities.
2.1.3
PROCESS FOR CONSULTATIONS WITH EACH GROUP OF STAKEHOLDERS AND OUTCOMES
Management within the local government has a significant role to play in strengthening the link between the citizen
and governments overall priorities and spending plans. The municipality prides itself of enjoying the reputation of
actively engaging many of its citizens as possible in its planning, budgeting, implementation and monitoring
processes. In order to strengthen public participation, the municipality has been rolling out its outreach programme
in all 17 zones during the year.
Accordingly, the tabling of the draft Budget in council on the 31 March 2015 will be followed by extensive
publication of the budget documentation in the council’s newspaper, Metro eZasegagasini. Copies of the tabled
budget in both electronic and printed formats will be submitted to National Treasury as well as the Kwazulu-Natal
Provincial Treasury and the Provincial Department of Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs. The tabled
budget will also be published on the council’s website. In terms of the Municipal Systems Act and in conjunction
with the Municipal Finance Management Act, hearings on the budgets will be held during April/May 2015 in various
regions in the eThekwini area.
Other key target groups for the budget hearings include:
-
Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry
-
Civic Bodies
-
Religious Organisations
-
National Treasury
2.1.4
SCHEDULE OF KEY DEADLINES RELATING TO THE BUDGET PROCESS
The budget time schedule for the compilation of the 2015/16 budget cycle was approved in August 2014, well
before the start of the budget year and in compliance with the MFMA.
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The table below provides an extract of the key deadlines relating to the budget process:
DETAILS
DATE
Tabling of Annual Budget: Council
31 March 2015
Regional Hearings on the Budget
April/May 2015
Approval of Final Budget
27 May 2015
Approval of SDBIP by the Mayor
25 June 2015
Submission of Approved budget to National Treasury/ DPLG/Provincial Treasury
June 2015
2.2
2.
2 OV
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OVERVIEW
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VIEW
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OF AL
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TH IDP
IDP
Integrated developmental planning in the South African context is (amongst others) an approach to planning aimed
at involving the municipality, stakeholders and the community to jointly find the best solutions towards sustainable
development. The integrated development planning process further provides a strategic environment for managing
and guiding all planning, development and decision making in the municipality. The IDP is the result of the planning
processes and comprises of a five year period which correlates with the term of the political incumbents.
2.2.1
KEY NATIONAL AND PROVINCIAL GUIDING DOCUMENTS
To ensure that the municipality is a more responsive, efficient, effective and accountable local government, we
will outline, precisely how we intend to translate our Long Term 2030 Municipality Vision into an effective plan that
aligns the municipal budgets, monitoring and evaluating mechanisms as well as timeframes for delivery. The
municipality has taken the strategic direction to achieve closer alignment between the Long Term Development
objectives and the IDP (in context of International, National, Provincial and Local development policies). The
development of the strategic approach for the Municipality is guided by – but not limited to – the following;
Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)
The aim of the MDGs is to encourage development by improving social and economic conditions. As such it provides
a framework for the entire international community to work together towards achieving a common end i.e. making
sure that human development reaches everyone, everywhere. In identifying that the MDG’s do come to an end in
2016, the municipality is currently working with its international partners in the development of the Sustainable
Development Goals that would be adopted in 2016. The SDG’s allow for a whole holistic development of cities with
a wider range of development programs. The municipality would continue to address these issues in a holistic and
integrated manner.
National Development Plan (Vision 2030)
The intention of this plan is to improve service delivery for citizens of South Africa, whilst integrating national,
provincial and local policies and programmes into a single, target orientated and long term based plan. In this plan
a collective approach of improving the lives of the citizens is applied, and communities themselves have a role to
play in this regard. The Spatial component of the NDP which is the Integrated Urban Development Framework
provides a macro spatial context for urban development at a national level. These will also include the SIP
projects. Projects identified as catalytic restructuring projects that would change spatial form of the cities have
been budgeted for in the MTREF, such projects include the freight route, IRTPN networks.
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Delivery Agreement Outcome 9
The aim of Delivery Agreement: Outcome 9 is to ensure a responsive, accountable, effective and efficient local
government system so as to restore the confidence of citizens in the local government sphere. As such
municipalities need to ensure that the basic needs of communities are met; build clean, effective, efficient,
responsive and accountable local government; improve performance and professionalism and strengthen
partnerships between local government, communities and civil society. Whilst primarily there is a reporting line to
Outcome 9, the municipality also reports on Outcome 8 which concentrates on human settlements.
National Government Programme of Action 2009-2014
The government has identified 10 priority areas in its programme of action, with an intention to turn around the
global economic slowdown, whilst at the same time ensuring that the needs of all its citizens are met.
National Priorities: SONA (State of the Nations Address 2015)
The year 2015 marks the 60 year adoption of the Freedom Charter and this year is the year of the Freedom Charter
and Unity in Action to Advance Economic Freedom. In the address, the president expressed the ambition to
overcome the difficult economic climate by 2019. The SONA also included the introduction of the nine point plan to
ignite growth and create jobs which are as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Resolving the energy challenge
Revitalizing agriculture and the agro-processing value chain
Advancing beneficiation or adding value to our mineral wealth
More effective implementation of a higher impact Industrial Policy Action Plan
Encouraging private sector investment
Moderating workplace conflict
Unlocking the potential of SMMEs, co-operatives, township and rural enterprises
State reform and boosting the role of state owned companies, ICT infrastructure or broadband roll out,
water, sanitation and transport infrastructure as well as
9. Operation Phakisa aimed growing the ocean economy and other sectors.
Towards an Integrated Urban Development Framework
A key objective of government is to facilitate economic growth, job creation and reduce poverty and income
inequality. The framework for integrated urban development is a key governmental initiative to realise this
objective because it leverages the potential of our cities and towns, which are South Africa’s engines of growth and
job creation. Urban areas offer the advantages of economic concentration, connectivity to global markets, the
availability of new technologies and the reality of knowledge economies. Given the challenges that urban areas
face, there is a need to forge a sustainable growth vision for our urban and rural spaces that will guide our
development priorities and choices. As such the framework begins to identify key levers, such as the City Support
Programme, which can provide lessons of shaping fiscal incentives and capacity-building for spatial integration in
metropolitan municipalities as well as raising awareness of green city practices for protecting the environment and
managing the impact of climate change.
Provincial Priorities (State of the Province Address 2015)
The Premier highlighted Key intervention areas for the province that would influence the IDP for municipalities. In
the SOPA the alignment of the IDP, PGDS and the NDP were stressed. In the speech the Premier alluded to the need
of “Sustained shared economic growth as primary driver for job creation and poverty eradication”. Further
priorities raised in the SOPA were, good governance, human settlements, agriculture, strategic infrastructure
development, building more partnerships, commitment to accountability, youth development education and health.
The municipality is currently addressing these priorities through various projects and will continue to do so to
ensure that the targets set by the province are met.
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Provincial Growth and Development Strategy
In line with the National vision 2030, the Provincial Growth and developmental Strategy will ensure economic
growth and improved quality of life in KwaZulu-Natal. An integrated service delivery mechanisms will be applied by
various stakeholders in an effort to create employment opportunities, skills enhancement, effective and efficient
governance, human and community development, improved infrastructure and adequate utilization of spatial form.
Provincial Spatial Economic Development Strategy (PSEDS)
The objectives of the PSEDS are the eradication of extreme poverty and hunger, achievement of universal primary
education, promotion of gender equality & empowerment of women, reduction in child mortality, improvement of
maternal health, combating HIV-AIDS, malaria and other diseases, developing a global partnership for development,
as well as ensuring environmental sustainability.
Long Term Development Framework
Many cities around the world are competing with one another on the global open market to become economically
competitive and in doing so, are inadvertently creating unsustainable environments. Against this background then,
it is clear that the municipality has indeed a direct role to play in the facilitation and management of long-term
planning and development processes that consider the issue of sustainability. The municipality has reviewed its
Long Term Development Framework (LTDF) to ensure that sustainability in all its facets is embedded into the
Municipality and influences the IDP.
2.2.2 DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES
Significant strides have been made to address the key development challenges in the municipality. While significant
progress has been made in all areas, there is still some distance to go towards addressing the following challenges:
·
High rates of unemployment and low economic growth;
·
High levels of poverty;
·
Low levels of skills development and literacy;
·
Limited access to basic household and community services;
·
Increased incidents of HIV/AIDS and communicable diseases;
·
Loss of natural capital;
·
Unsustainable developmental practises;
·
High levels of crime and risk;
·
Ensuring adequate energy and water supply;
·
Ensuring food security;
·
Infrastructure degradation;
·
Climate change;
·
Ensuring financial sustainability;
·
Ineffectiveness and inefficiency of inward-looking local government still prevalent in the municipality.
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The essence of our IDP is to achieve a balance between meeting basic needs, strengthening the economy and
developing people skills and a technology base for the future. In an effort to achieve our 2030 vision to be Africa’s
most caring and liveable city, the municipality has identified six priority areas of intervention for the next five
years which need to be balanced and integrated. Given the strategic framework that has been outlined it is clear
that the city’s budget must be a pro-growth budget that meets basic needs and builds on existing skills and
technology.The municipality’s delivery plan is organised into eight separate but related plans.
They are interrelated because:
·
·
·
All the programmes and projects are filtered through the common set of filters described above.
The plans, programmes and projects are supportive of each other, to ensure greater impact in delivery.
Where contradictions or overlaps are found to exist, these will duly be brought into alignment.
The eight plans are:
·
Developing and Sustaining our Spatial, Natural and Built Environment.
·
Creating a Prosperous, Diverse Economy and Generate Employment Opportunities.
·
Creating a Quality Living Environment.
·
Fostering a Socially Equitable Environment.
·
Creating a Platform for Growth, Empowerment and Skills Development
·
Embracing our cultural diversity, arts and heritage.
·
Engendering a more Responsive Local Government.
·
Financially Accountable and Sustainable City.
The delivery of these plans should ensure that the people of eThekwini are able to:
·
Live in harmony
·
Be proud of the municipality
·
Feel protected
·
Feel that the basic needs are being met
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2.2.3 MUNICIPAL STRATEGIC PRIORITY AREAS
In order to achieve our vision and to address the development challenges, there are a number of key strategic
priority areas which need to be taken into consideration. These priorities lead to the creation of structures which
support, house and associate other actions and activities – the building blocks around which actions and
prioritisation take place. It also acts as a point of leverage for creating a sustainable municipality that is caring and
liveable.
2.2.4
POLITICAL PRIORITIES AND LINKAGES TO THE IDP
The IDP is an all-encompassing plan which provides the framework for development within a municipality. It aims to
co-ordinate the work of local and other spheres of government in coherent plans to improve the quality of life for
all the people living in the area.
All operating and capital programs in the 2014/15 medium-term budget have been assessed through a prioritisation
mechanism that was developed to ensure that there is alignment to the development strategy of the municipality.
The IDP formed the basis of the priorities identified in the strategic plan and all resources are focused on the
achievement of the priorities.
2.2.5
IDP OVERVIEW AND KEY AMENDMENTS
The Municipal Systems Act requires that each Municipality prepare an Integrated Development Plan to serve as a
tool for transforming local governments towards facilitation and management of development within their areas of
jurisdiction. The IDP is a five year plan whose principal purpose is to ensure the development of the local
community in an integrated manner which involves strategic business units within the municipality, relevant
strategic stakeholders and the community. In the five year review, the Eight Point Plan of action will continue to
guide the municipality, but has once again been refined and refocused our strategic programmes, so as to respond
more effectively to the key challenges.
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2.2.6
IDP REVIEW PROCESS AND STAKEHOLDER PARTICPATION
The IDP is reviewed yearly to inculcate a democratic approach to local governance by ensuring all stakeholders get
an opportunity to voice their opinions in influencing the shape, form, direction and pace of development in their
localities. The municipality is committed to addressing the needs of the people and values the inputs from
communities and stakeholders. The IDP draft process plan for 2015/2016 was adopted by council on 2014-10-01 and
advertised for comment and input. The plan specified timeframes, actions and procedures and appropriate
mechanisms for public participation and alignment.
The third generation of eThekwini’s Integrated Development Plan (IDP) is now undergoing its fourth review and
focuses on translating our Municipal Vision into action. As set out in the Municipal Systems Act (2000), in the review
of the five year IDP, a stakeholder consultation process is necessary. Of critical importance is for the municipality
to ensure that there is thorough consultation with the community and strategic stakeholders.
2.2.7
LINK BETWEEN THE IDP AND THE BUDGET
In compliance with the Municipal Structures Act (1998) and Municipal Financial Management Act (2003), our
municipal budget is informed and aligned to the IDP objectives. The IDP determines and prioritises the needs of the
community. The budgetary allocations for both the capital and operating expenditure are undertaken in a manner
that will not only ensure that our IDP outcomes are achieved but also to ensure that our municipality’s 2030 vision
is realised. The 2015/16 MTREF has therefore, been directly informed by the IDP revision process and TABLE
SA4, SA5 and SA6 provide a reconciliation between the IDP strategic objectives and operating revenue,
operating expenditure and capital expenditure.
We have come a long way in capital budgeting – away from departmental budgeting. Based on such models as the
Multi Criteria Dimension Model (MCDM) and Capital Investment Management System (CIMS), the city is able to link
its budget with its programmes, and is able to adequately spread its capital budget geographically as well in
accordance with the IDP eight-point plan. In terms of the operating budget we have made excellent progress but
are now more committed than ever to ensure that critical operating budget resources are prioritised in terms of
stated IDP outcomes.
More importantly, the Performance Management System (PMS) allows the municipality an opportunity to monitor
and evaluate individual and organisational performance in meeting our IDP outcomes and vision. As with previous
year’s, our IDP remains the strategic driver of both our budget and performance management system.
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2.3
2.
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MEAS
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TABLE SA7 provides the main measurable performance objectives, the municipality undertakes to achieve
this financial year.
2.3.1
KEY FINANCIAL RATIOS / INDICATORS
The benchmarks reflected in the table below are based on actual audited results in the 2013/14 financial year:
Financial Benchmarks
Basis of Calculation
2013/2014
Debt to Asset Ratio
Total Debt / Total Assets
0.43:1
Debt to Revenue
Total Debt / Annual Income
0.89:1
Average Interest Paid on Debt
Interest Paid / Total Interest Bearing Debt
0.08:1
Capital Charges to Operating
Expenditure
Interest and Principal Paid / Operating
Expenditure
0.08:1
Interest as a % of Operating
Expenditure
Interest Paid / Operating Expenditure
3.50%
Credit Rating
Calculated by Global Credit Rating Company
Short term: A1
Long term: AA-
Current Ratio
Current Assets / Current Liabilities
1.2:1
Creditors System Efficiency
% of Creditors paid within terms
84.96%
Electricity Distribution Losses
Total units purchased less total units sold /
6.11%
Total units purchased
Water Distribution Losses
Total units purchased less total units sold /
39.4%
Total units purchased
The financial benchmarks reflected in the table above indicate that the municipality continues to maintain its
financially healthy status.
Debt to Asset Ratio:
Total debt to total assets is a leverage ratio that defines the total amount of debt relative to assets.
Debt to Revenue:
The ratio indicates the extent of total borrowings in relation to total operating revenue. The purpose of the ratio is
to provide assurance that sufficient revenue will be generated to repay liabilities.
Capital Charges to Operating Expenditure:
Capital charges to operating expenditure (the measure of the cost of borrowing in relation to the operating
expenditure) compares favourably to the acceptable norm of around 10%.
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Current Ratio:
The ratio measures the short term liquidity, that is, the extent to which the current liabilities can be paid from
current assets. The higher the ratio, the healthier is the situation. Whilst the ratio of 1.2:1 is below the norm of 1.5
to 2.1 normally set for municipalities, there is sufficient cash to meet creditor obligations.
Credit Rating
The short term (A1) and long term credit rating of AA – received by the City is the highest given to a municipality in
South Africa. The municipality needs a credit rating to demonstrate its ability to meet its financial obligation.
Potential lenders also use this rating to assess the City’s credit risk, which in turn affects the pricing of any
subsequent loan taken.
TABLE SA8 sets out the municipalities main performance objectives and benchmarks for the 2015/16 MTREF.
2.3.2
FREE AND SUBSIDISED BASIC SERVICES
One of the objectives of a local authority is to ensure the provision of services to communities in a sustainable
manner. The constitution stipulates that a municipality must structure and manage its administration, budgeting
and planning to give priority to the basic needs of the community and to promote their social and economic
development. To cater for the indigent, the municipality as part of its welfare package provides a basket of free
basic services in accordance with a defined level of service. The basic social package is an affirmation of the
municipality’s commitment to push back the frontiers of poverty by providing a social welfare to those residents
who cannot afford to pay, because of adverse social and economic realities.
Details relating to free basic services are contained in TABLE A10.
In reviewing the levels of free basic services for the 2015/16 year, the following factors were taken into
consideration:
-
Sustainability
-
Impact of new housing
-
Impact on non-indigent ratepayers/consumers
The estimated cost of the social package (i.e. income foregone) amounts to approximately R 3.4 billion for the
2015/16 budget year.
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Details of the initiatives proposed to be carried out by the council in this regard are detailed below.
SERVICE
SOCIAL PACKAGE
Assessment
Rates
Residential Properties valued up to R 185 000 will be exempt
from paying rates. All other properties valued above R 185 000,
the first
R 120 000 no rates charged
APPROX.
COST
R’M
126 000
Pensioners, child-headed households, disability grantees and the
medically boarded are exempt from paying rates on the first
R 460 000 of their property value (This amount is inclusive of the
R 120 000 mentioned above). Rebate increases from R 259 per
month to R 278 per month.
55 212
No rates levied on first R 30 000 value of vacant land
Water
Electricity
Sewerage/
Sanitation
26 493
1 893.3
207 705
705.5
520 074
1.2
2 092
96.8
107 195
Residential property valued up to R 250 000 exempt from
domestic refuse removal tariff. In addition, a free basic refuse
removal service is also available to indigent consumer units
living in rural, informal settlements and non-kerbside residents.
394.8
559 560
The first 9kl of effluent disposal is exempt for all properties
with values under R 250 000. In addition, a free basic service is
also available to indigent consumer units with VIP’s, urine
diversion toilets and in informal settlements serviced by means
of a toilet/ablution block within 200m.
278.4
456 096
The first 9kl of water is free to households with property values
under R 250 000.
The first 50kwh of electricity is free to residents using less than
150kwh per month in Eskom reticulated areas
The first 65kwh of electricity is free to residents using less than
150kwh per month in eThekwini reticulated areas
Refuse
Removal
EST.NO. OF
HOUSEHOLDS
Total
3 370.0
The assistance to the qualifying households are regulated by council’s budget related policies which are reviewed
annually based on modelling the impacts of the tariffs on all residential properties. The cost of this social package
is partially funded from the equitable share of R 2.1 billion provided by National Government.
2.3.3 DRINKING WATER QUALITY AND WASTE WATER MANAGEMENT
eThekwini Water Services performs the role of the water service authority whilst Umgeni Water is the water service
provider for the municipal area. eThekwini Water and Sanitation Unit is committed to providing safe drinking water
of the highest quality as well as treating waste water responsibility so that it does not negatively impact on human
health or our environment.
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BLUE DROP CERTIFICATION
The municipality continues to manage drinking water within its area of jurisdiction with distinction. The city has
been awarded Blue Drop Certification.
GREEN DROP RATINGS
Waste water treatment works operated by the City are authorised to discharge treatment effluent to rivers and the
marine environment. The municipality is a leading Green Drop Metropolitan Municipality. The Green Drop
regulation programme was established by the Department of Water Affairs to certify the waste water systems of all
municipalities and water service providers. Budgetary provision for the upgrades and maintenance of water
reticulation and sewerage treatment works is made in the MTREF to ensure that systems are capacitated to deliver
at acceptable standards.
2.4
2.
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OVERVIEW
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The MFMA and the Municipal Budget and Reporting Regulations require budget related policies to be reviewed, and
where applicable, to be updated on an annual basis. The main purpose of budget related policies is to govern and
guide the budget process and inform the projections of the medium term.
The following are budget related policies which have been approved by Council, or have been reviewed /amended
and / or are currently being reviewed / amended in line with National Guidelines and other legislation.
2.4.1 ASSESSMENT RATES POLICY
As required in terms of section 5 of the MPRA, the Rates Policy has been reviewed for the 2015/16 financial year
and the amended policy was adopted by Council on 2015-01-29 for public comment, with a closing date of 3 March
2015.
The applicable assessment rate tariffs are reflected in the Resolutions to Council on the budget.
2.4.2
CREDIT CONTROL AND DEBT COLLECTION POLICY
The primary objective of this policy is to ensure that all monies due and payable to the municipality in respect of
services are collected efficiently and promptly. As required in terms of section 97 of the Municipal Systems Act, the
credit control and debt collection policy for the 2015/16 financial year is currently under review.
2.4.3
TARIFF POLICY
The Municipal Systems Act requires a municipality to have a tariff determination policy. Accordingly, council
adopted a tariff policy on 2013-02-27. The objective of the policy which is consistently applied to all tariffs is to
ensure that:
·
·
·
The tariffs of the municipality comply with the legislation prevailing at the time of implementation
The municipal services are financially sustainable, affordable, and equitable
The needs of the indigent, aged and physically challenged are taken into consideration
The policy is drawn in line with the principles as outlined in the Municipal Systems Act.
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2.4.4
WATER POLICY
The initial water policy was approved by council on 2005-06-22 which has subsequently been amended and provides
for amongst others things: level of services, provision of water services, payment for services etc.
The Council’s tariffs are affected by the following factors:
·
·
·
·
Bulk purchase cost: Umgeni Water
Unaccounted for water
Debtors collection rate
Cost of free basic water
2.4.5 SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT POLICIES
The policy reflects and represents the context of a specific government policy that finds expressions within the
provisions of the Municipal Finance Management Act 56 of 2003. The principal objectives of the policy are to
provide, promote, and implement theoretical guidelines, governing processes and procedures within the supply
chain management.
The initial SCM Policy was adopted by council on 2005-09-22 for implementation. In alignment with regulations and
National Treasury Circulars, the policy has been revised and was adopted by council on 2013-10-30.
The revised policy includes stringent monitoring measures and a new Blacklisting Committee. Highlights of the
policy include a contracts register which ensures that procurement plans are in place before any work is given out.
In addition, service providers will be monitored and contract managers will have to produce close out reports after
each contract has been undertaken. The revised policy also includes the new electronic quotation management
system and suppliers self-service. This policy is used in conjunction with the Targeted Procurement Policy, and the
new Preferential Procurement Regulations. There will be constant review of the SCM policy through its
implementation.
2.4.6 INVESTMENT / CASH MANAGEMENT AND BORROWING POLICIES
As required by the Municipal Finance Management Act, and in conformity with the Municipal Cash Management
Regulations, the Investment Framework policy and Guidelines has been reviewed with the revised policy adopted by
Council on 2013-08-28.
The main objectives of the Investment Framework policy are to:
·
·
·
·
·
·
Maximise returns from authorised investments consistent with minimising risk
Maintain adequate liquidity to meet cash flow needs.
Undertake the investment of funds not immediately required for operational purposes
Ensure diversification of permitted investments
Ensure compliance with all legislation governing the investment of funds.
Evaluate and ensure no over exposure of investments to any individual financial institutions.
The main objectives of the Borrowing Policy and are to:
·
·
·
Ensure compliance with statutory requirements and National Treasury borrowing regulations.
Ensure that the funds are obtained at the lowest possible interest rate at minimum risk.
Maintain debt within specified limits and ensure adequate provision for the repayment of debt and debt
repayment to be sustainable.
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2.4.7 VIREMENTS BUDGET POLICY
In order to give departmental heads greater flexibility in managing their budgets, Virements budget procedures are
in place for the revision of budgets (within votes – i.e. Output Unit) via a Virements budget. These procedures
provide guidance to managers of when they may shift funds within votes.
To ensure compliance with Section 28 of the MFMA, and the Municipal Budget and Reporting Regulations,
procedures were formulated with regards to the transfer of funds and the adjustment budget reporting.
2.4.8 ASSET MANAGEMENT PLAN
The goal of infrastructure asset management is to meet a required level of service in the most cost effective
manner, which is achieved through the management of assets’ life cycle, for present and future generations.
National Government has legislated (MFMA), the need for local government to formulate active asset management
programmes. An infrastructure asset management plan technically analyses the life cycle of an asset, and predicts
when maintenance needs to be done to the asset before it deteriorates to such an extent that it no longer meets
the community’s needs.
The municipality is on a drive to introduce good asset management practices in all units and has embarked on the
development of a whole of City Infrastructure Asset Management Plan. The purpose of the Asset Management Plan
is to improve the management of the city’s assets, predict future asset problems and identify future maintenance
costs of all the infrastructure assets. eThekwini established a GIS-based system that analyses the condition of full
range of asset classes, assesses the risk implications of asset failure, views and analyses the geographical locations
of asset renewal and rehabilitation needs, determines the risks and costs implications of failing to carry out
maintenance on key infrastructure assets, as well as the risks and cost implications of maintaining assets whose
useful life has expired. Asset portfolios have been assessed and the replacement values of assets determined. The
city is also in the process of preparing an integrated IAMP for electricity, water and sanitation, roads, transport,
parks and leisure, storm-water, solid waste, and property and buildings. The adoption of good asset management
practice is actively promoted across departments, with the emphasis on proactive maintenance, managing demand
to limit the unnecessary construction of new assets and investigating alternative supply options.
2.4.9
ACCOUNTING POLICY
In order to ensure that the financial statements are compliant with GRAP, the accounting policies were realigned
and approved by council on 2006-06-29. The latest amendments to the accounting policies were approved by
council on 2014-06-29.
2.4.10
FUNDING AND RESERVES POLICY
A funding and reserves policy has been formulated and was approved by the council at its meeting on 2010-05-03.
The policy is aimed at ensuring that the Municipality procures sufficient and cost effective funding in order to
achieve its capital expenditure objectives in an optimum manner.
2.4.11 BUDGET POLICY
The Budget Policy was approved by council on 23 February 2011.
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2.5
2.
5 OV
OVER
OVERVIEW
ERVI
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OF BU
BUDG
BUDGET
DGET
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ASS
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2.5.1 KEY FINANCIAL ASSUMPTIONS
Budget assumptions and parameters are determined in advance of the budget process to allow budgets to be
constructed to support the achievement of the longer-term financial and strategic targets. The assumptions and
principles applied in the development of this budget are mainly based upon guidelines from National Treasury
(expenditure growth) and other external bodies such as the National Electricity Regulator of South Africa (NERSA),
Umgeni Water and other major service providers.
The municipal fiscal environment is influenced by a variety of macroeconomic control measures. National Treasury
determines the ceiling of year-on-year increases in the total operating budget, whilst the National Electricity
Regulator (NER) regulates electricity tariff increases. Various government departments also affect municipal service
delivery through the level of grants and subsidies.
The following key assumptions underpinned the preparation of the medium-term budget:
Description
2015/16
2016/17
2017/18
%
%
%
CPI-Inflation
5.8
5.5
5.3
Remuneration Increase
7.5
7.5
7.5
Telephones
5
5
5
Fuel and Oil
-20
11
11
Postage & Revenue Stamps
5
5
5
Printing & Stationery
6
6
6
2.5.2 CREDIT RATING OUTLOOK
A credit rating is an independent opinion on
the ability of an entity to pay its financial obligations, in full and on time. The Global Credit Rating Company (GCR)
reviewed the credit ratings for eThekwini Municipality, following a detailed analysis of the municipality’s 2013/14
financial statements and medium-term expenditure budgets and have accorded the following:
·
Long term: The rating of AA- has been maintained in the ‘double A band’. The rating is defined as having a very
high credit quality.
·
Short term: The rating has been upgraded to A1. The rating is defined as having a very high certainty of timely
payment.
These are both rated as High Grade and the upgrade of the short term category to A1 constitutes the highest
certainty of timely payment, short term liquidity, access to alternative funding is high and risk factors are
extremely low. It also indicates that the credit outlook is stable. The rating panel were of the opinion that
eThekwini continues to reflect a strong stand-alone financial profile with robust solvency and a lowly geared
balance sheet which results in a very strong credit risk profile. A rating of this nature is crucial for borrowings
undertaken and extremely important for the capital expenditure programme.
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2.5.3 BORROWING AND INVESTMENT OF FUNDS
BORROWINGS
The Municipal Finance Management Act No. 56 of 2003 permits long term borrowing by municipalities only to
finance capital expenditure, property, plant and equipment.
The eThekwini Municipality’s Infrastructure Financing Strategy is to:
·
Maximise internally generated funds and national transfers from other spheres of government.
·
Minimize borrowings.
·
Pursue alternate funding sources e.g. Development charges, and public private partnerships.
CAPITAL EXPENDITURE
The City’s capital expenditure has been funded from a mix of government transfers, internally generated funds and
external loans. The 2015/16 Capital Budget of R 6,0 billion is being financed by R3,6 billion from government
grants, R1.4 billion of internally generated funds and R1,0 billion in external loans.The graph below shows the Total
Capital Budget since 2009 and indicates its funding sources. The figures in the 10 bars are in billions.
Funding of Capex 2008 – 2017
R'bn
8
6,870
7
6
6,450
5,969
5,922
5,432
6,367
5,613
Grants
5
Internal Funds
3,790
4
3,516 3,507
Loans
3
2
1
2018
2017
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
0
Years
*Loans comprise, on average, only 15% of the funding mix.
*2009 – 2014 are Actuals. 2015 to 2018 are Forecasts.
It will be observed that Loans comprise the smallest portion of the funding mix for Capital Expenditure, with Grants
being the largest contributor.
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BASIC SERVICE DELIVERY
The table below indicates the Capital spend on ‘Basic Service Delivery’ items over the past three years. The bulk
of the Capital is spent on ‘Basic Service Delivery’ infrastructure. This pattern of expenditure is expected to be
maintained for the foreseeable future.
Capital utilised for Infrastructure
Procurement and Infrastructure
Housing & Hostels
Roads & Storm water (Engineering)
Transport (ETA)
Procurement
Sanitation
Solid Waste
Water
Electricity Services
Total Capital Expenditure
2012
R’000
657
1,056,450
120,772
252
426,008
159,435
292,975
567,382
2,623,931
3,484,739
%
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2013
R’000
50,066
928,350
198,586
208
576,599
139,732
282,492
606,097
2,782,130
3,468,713
%
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2014
R’000
64,029
971,865
296,182
233
822,062
140,061
838,044
526,070
3,658,546
4,435,815
%
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The table below indicates the actual borrowings and the future loans to be taken to continue the service delivery
programme.
Total debt
Loans Raised
Actual
2014
R’m
10,247.0
2015
R’m
10,258.0
Forecast
2016
R’m
10,281.0
2017
R’m
10,201.0
1,500.0
1,000.0
1,000.0
1,000.0
Over the MTREF period gearing reduces to 29%.
LONG TERM BORROWING
APPROACH
Long term borrowings in eThekwini have risen gradually between 2008 and 2014 and have been mainly in the form
of annuity loans, with a significant proportion borrowed from the Development Bank of South Africa and financial
institutions. The dominance of annuity loans within eThekwini’s borrowing portfolio is largely due to the ability of
the City to source competitive interest rates from financial institutions. While a bond issuance is a viable option
for eThekwini, in part due to an excellent credit rating of AA - issued by the Global Credit Rating Company, annuity
loans are preferred.
This is because they are a cheaper source of finance and are less risky for the City, as the principal is paid over the
duration of the loan instead of a bullet payment at the end of the term. The City has in the past preferred fixed
interest rate annuity loans as they eliminate interest risk associated with variable rate loans.
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The eThekwini Municipality’s loan requirement for 2014/15 is R 1.0 billion, and it is anticipated that this loan will
be drawn down by the 30th of June 2015.
DEBT CAPACITY INDICATORS
The City tracks a number of key debt capacity indicators, with the prudential limits for each of these ratios being
summarised below:
·
·
Gearing should preferably be maintained at 40 per cent of total revenues.
Debt service costs should not exceed 8 per cent of total operating revenues.
The tables below indicate the status of the indicators mentioned above:
Gearing Ratio 2008 – 2017
60.0
50.9
%
35.0
40.0
35.6
36.9
33.0
30.0
31.1
29.3
2017
40.0
46.9
46.3
2016
50.0
20.0
10.0
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
0.0
Years
Gearing = Total Debt as a % of Total Operating Income, Norm = 45%
2008 – 2014 = Actual. 2015 – 2017 = Forecast
Comments
1. This graph reflects the relationship between External Debt and Total Operating Income and is an indicative
measure of the ability to afford Debt
2. The gearing ratio would have reduced to a healthy 29% by 2017
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7.4
7.0
7.0
2016
2017
5.2
5.3
2010
4.8
2009
%
7.5
6.3
6.0
5.0
7.3
2015
7.4
7.0
2014
8.0
2013
Debt Coverage Ratio 2008 – 2017
4.0
3.0
2.0
1.0
2012
2011
2008
0.0
Years
Ratio = Debt Services Cost as a % of Total Operating Income
Norm = 6% - 8%
2008 – 2014 = Actual. 2015 – 2017 = Forecast
Comments
1. This graph indicates the relationship between Debt Services Cost (ie. Interest paid plus Debt Capital
repayments) to Total Operating Income
2. This ratio is well within the norm of 6% to 8%
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Interest Paid as a % of Total Operating Income
4.3
4.2
3.8
3.7
3.6
3.0
2.9
2016
2017
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
3.3
2010
3.5
2009
3.4
2008
%
5.0
4.5
4.0
3.5
3.0
2.5
2.0
1.5
1.0
0.5
0.0
Years
2008 – 2014 = Actual. 2015 – 2017 = Forecast Interest Expense not more than 4% (Average) of Total Budget
Comments
1. This graph represents the affordability of finance charges
2. By 2017 the finance costs will reduce to 2.9%, which is indeed sustainable and a fairly healthy situation
The graphs above indicate that the City will not breach any of the prudential ratios over the MTREF period. The
borrowings are therefore sustainable and affordable.
FUTURE TREND
Government grants are budgeted to fund the bulk of capex spend annually (2014: 57%; 2015: 62%; 2016: 63%),
underpinned by the recent introduction of the urban development settlement grant. The City is expected to source
around R 3.0 billion in new loans annually from 2015 to 2017. TABLE SA17 provides a detailed analysis of the
City’s borrowing liability.
The gearing is forecast to fall to 33% in 2015 (2014: 37%), and further to 31% in 2016 and 29% in 2017. Furthermore,
liquidity metrics are expected to remain sound, with days cash on hand forecast to be maintained about 100 days
over the next 3 years.
Forecast Balance
Actual
Forecast
Sheet (Rm)
2014
2015
2016
2017
Short term debt
992.2
976.9
1,080.5
896.1
Long term debt
9,255.5
9,281.3
9,200.8
9,304.7
Total debt
10,247.7
10,258.2
10,281.3
10,200.8
Cash & cash investments*
6,084.7
5,000
5,200
5,300
Key ratios
Total debt: income (%)
Cash cover S/T debt (x)
Cash on hand (days)*
* Includes unspent conditional grants
39.0
6.1
107
34.0
5.1
99
88
31.0
4.8
100
29.0
5.9
100
INVESTMENTS
Investments made with the various financial institutions are strictly in compliance with Municipal Finance
Management Act and the Investment Regulations.
The investment returns achieved are as follows: 30 June 2014
%
Average rate of return on investments
6.0
30 June 2015
%
6.25*
Cash which is surplus to immediate requirements is invested in short term money market instruments in terms of a
stringent investment policy which specifies that cash holdings only be placed across ‘the big 4’ South African banks
and Investec. Cash and investments are expected to be around R 5.0 billion at the end of the current financial
year. TABLES SA15 & SA16 provide details of investments and investments particular by maturity.
However, it must be remembered that not this entire amount represents ‘unrestricted’ cash. The following
amounts are ring fenced, viz. Self-Insurance Fund R 1 billion; Unspent Grants presently R 0,5 billion. A Cash
holding of R 5.0 billion represents 99 Days Cash on Hand. The National Treasury norm is 1 – 3 months Cash on Hand
so there is consequently no further leeway to utilise internally generated funds for the Capital Budget.
RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH AGGRESSIVE CAPITAL BUDGET
The following risks need to be acknowledged before any consideration can be given to increasing the utilisation of
internally generated funds for the financing of the Capital Budget, viz:
·
·
Whilst the City presently enjoys a healthy debtors collection rate, sustained high tariff increases being
passed onto consumers may present a challenge in terms of sustaining these levels in the future.
Depreciation provisions every year have to be ‘cash backed’, after providing for the National Treasury norm
for Days Cash on Hand of 90 days. This places a significant higher demand on maintaining cash resources.
2.5.4 PRICE MOVEMENTS ON SPECIFICS
The tariff for 2015/2016 bulk water purchases from Umgeni Water is R 4.98 per kl. Umgeni Water has advised that
there will be an 7.7% average increase. The increase is above the current inflation rate to fund future
infrastructure development projects. A provision of R 1.8 billion has been made in respect of bulk purchases of
water. Purchase of bulk electricity from Eskom amounts to R 7.9 billion. This budget provision includes an
estimated 14.2% increase in the Eskom price of bulk electricity supplied to municipalities as approved by NERSA.
2.5.5 TIMING OF REVENUE COLLECTION
Consumers are billed monthly in respect of services in the form of a consolidated bill. All annual residential and
commercial ratepayers have been converted to monthly ratepayers. However, government departments and
companies with more than 150 accounts are allowed to pay annually (by October).
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2.5.6
AVERAGE SALARY INCREASES
The Salary and Wage collective agreement for the period 1 July 2012 to 30 June 2015 has come to an end. In the
absence of other information from SALGA, the municipality has budgeted for a salary increase of 7.5% for the fiscal
year. Provision has been made for actual positions and vacancies together with notch increases.
2.5.7
CHANGING DEMAND CHARACTERISTICS (DEMAND FOR SERVICES)
South African cities continue to face significant development challenges despite progress in expanding access to
basic services. Rapid urbanisation has brought about greatly increased demands for land, housing, water and
sanitation, electricity and transport in large cities. Infrastructure and service delivery functions need to interact
effectively to promote efficiency, employment and integrated development. The current pace of urban population
growth is outstripping economic growth, presenting major challenges to municipalities. Cities are seen as havens
for jobs, better livelihood, access to superior infrastructure and business opportunities by rural communities.
eThekwini finds itself in a difficult situation since its good track record of service delivery is attracting further inmigration. Being the economic hub of the province, the water requirements of the city are growing rapidly. This is
as a result of economic growth, urbanization of the population and associated expansion of residential and other
developments being implemented. This trend is expected to continue over the medium term as reflected in
planned new urban developments. Based on urbanisation rates and natural population growth, it could be expected
that the municipality’s population would grow by 4.4 million by 2030. The Metropolitan region would therefore
have to accommodate an additional 775 000 people (or approximately 193 000 housing units).
The City Densification Study, 2012 further demonstrated that based on existing density trends, growth has been
occurring in rural areas on the periphery of the urban core and if it continues along the current trajectory, will
significantly expand the development footprint of the municipality. The challenge then, would be to direct and
manage the anticipated growth of population and housing units closer to social and economic opportunities,
structured around a hierarchy of nodes and public transport corridors to achieve a more integrated and compact
spatial form in order to create sustainable human settlements, protect agricultural and rural land resources,
support greater urban efficiencies, improve movement and access and contribute towards greater urban resilience.
2.5.8
ABILITY OF THE MUNICIPALITY TO SPEND AND DELIVER ON THE PROGRAMS
Municipalities play a critical role in creating an enabling environment for investments and other activities that lead
to job creation. In this regard the 2014/15 capital project spending is estimated to progress to a rate of 118 % of
the capital budget. Procurement plans are being introduced from the 2015/16 year to ensure that the procurement
processes are initiated early enough to ensure that all procurement activities for major projects are finalised by
October 2014. The municipality has demonstrated over a number of years that it has the ability to spend and
deliver on its programmes in its area of jurisdiction. In respect of the operating budget indications are that there
might be a slight under spending on employee related costs due to delays in filling of vacancies.
CONTRACTS HAVING FUTURE BUDGETARY IMPLICATIONS
In terms of the City’s Supply Chain Management Policy, no contracts are awarded beyond the medium-term revenue
and expenditure framework of three years unless section 33 process of the MFMA has been complied with. In
ensuring adherence to this contractual time frame limitation, all reports submitted to either the Bid Evaluation and
Adjudication Committees must obtain formal financial comments from the Financial Management Division of the
Treasury Department. Further details are reflected in Supporting Table SA33.
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2.5.9
COST OF SERVICE DELIVERY VS AFFORDABILITY
Over the past few years the functions the eThekwini Municipality has been expected to perform increased
according to the needs of the community. Poverty and unemployment is also prevalent in the municipal area. In
order to provide assistance to the poorest of the poor the municipality has developed a social welfare package to
assist those residents who cannot afford to pay for Services (Refer to Section 2.3.2 for details).
2.6
2.
6 OV
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OVERVIEW
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OF BU
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BUDGET
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FISCAL OVERVIEW
The Municipality continues to display a sound financial profile and high liquidity levels, which is mainly attributable
to:
·
·
·
Balanced budgets being funded from current financial year’s revenue. Prior year’s surpluses have not been used
to support the operating budget.
The municipality operates within its annual budget, as approved by council.
The municipality maintains a positive cash and investments position.
In compliance with relevant statutory requirements, the Financial Plan (Medium Term Revenue and Expenditure
Framework-MTREF) is reviewed and updated annually.
FUNDING OF CAPITAL BUDGET
The Capital budget is funded by the allocations made to the city by National and Provincial Government in the form
of grants, as well as public contributions and donations, borrowings and internally generated funds.
2.6.1
LOAN DEBT AND INVESTMENTS
In terms of funding the capital budget, the municipality is in a fortunate position to undertake much needed
service delivery programmes from both internally generated reserves and long term external funding. In the latter
case, the municipality with its sound financial credentials has financing options available that are in line with the
MFMA and the Municipal Borrowing Framework. Section 45 of the MFMA guides short term borrowing in the city.
In line with the anticipated budget performance, and taking into account the National and Provincial grant
allocations, the municipality will continue to fund each financial year’s operating budget from current revenues.
Investments for the municipality are done in accordance and adherence with the Municipal Investment Regulation
of the MFMA, Councils Investment Policy and other relevant legislation. Cash flow forecasts and cash needs by the
city provide guidance for the type of investments employed.
The investments are made with primary regard to the risk profile, liquidity needs of the city and the return on
investments. In so far as the investment and borrowing activities are concerned, all the requirements of the MFMA
have been complied with.
Funding of Operating Budget
Funding is obtained from various sources, the major sources being service charges such as electricity, water,
sanitation, and refuse collection, property rates, grants and subsidies received from National and Provincial
governments.
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2.6.2
SOURCES OF FUNDING
In the case of eThekwini, a basket of differential tariff increases determines the most acceptable and equitable
funding regime taking into consideration the actual cost of delivering services, budget priorities and national
legislation, regulations and policy guidelines.
The City’s revenue comprises Operating Revenue which includes property taxes, services charges and operating
grants- and capital revenue which consists of capital grants, borrowings, cash reserves and operating surplus. This
high level of independent and relative stable income sources of revenue is one of the key factors that support the
sound financial position of the municipality.
In addition to the obvious need to grow the city’s revenue by increasing its tax base, other means for securing
funding for council projects must be explored in a variety of ways. The city faces invidious choices in attempting to
finance the projected levels of investment in infrastructure. Sources of capital finance are already stretched with
limited scope for further borrowing, consumer pressure to restrict tariff and tax increases, and little likelihood of a
structural upward adjustment in grant allocations.
Further, efficiencies in the borrowing programme will continue to be sought to lock in lower cost and longer term
borrowing, plus the introduction of new revenue sources such as development charges.
2.6.3
SAVINGS AND EFFICIENCIES
2.6.3.1 Costs Savings and Productivity Improvement Initiatives:
A number of projects have been embarked upon by the Special Projects & Cost Savings and Internal Control
Departments, in conjunction with the relevant operational departments to improve efficiencies and reduce costs
Council wide.
Contracts Register: A Contracts Register Database is being used to control all payments above R 200,000.The first
phase of automating the contracts register has been completed, in that the contracts register now resides in the
JDE accounting system. Various sub-projects to cleanse capture and verify contract data is underway to ensure that
contract budgets and payments are controlled on a monthly basis. The automated contract tracking, monitoring
and control on the JDE System, piloted within the City Fleet and rolled out to Water and Architecture Units has
commenced and will be standardized for the other units and clusters within the Municipality in the 2015/16
financial year. The contracts register for the top 8 units, constituting 90% of total contract value for the
Municipality, have been signed off by relevant unit Heads. The second phase of the contracts register will look at
the smaller units and all contracts below R 200 000 that will be on the automated tracking process and
standardized on the JDE system. In addition the electronic capture, approval and independent verification of
contract data will further enhance control over monitoring and payments of contracts.
Revenue Projects: The review of the revenue value chain is being undertaken, focusing on reducing bad debts and
improving revenue collection. Processes from customer registration, billing, credit control including disconnections
and finally legal action will be reviewed to reduce the value and number of written off as bad debts.
ISO Standards: The ISO9001 standards has been introduced within the SCM Unit, as the Quality Management System
and will later be rolled out to all other clusters in a phased approach. This will ensure that all key processes and
standard operating practices (SOPs) are well documented for smoother operations, Staff training and keeping
customers abreast off what service levels to expect. A gap analysis of current SCM processes against ISO9001
standards has been completed and the SCM unit will go into implementation phase to improve business processes
and procedures to address the gaps identified.
SCM Benchmarking: Internal Control Unit is currently conducting a benchmarking exercise to determine the pricing
and total spend of the top 100 stock items for the previous and current financial years. The main objective of this
project is the analysis of the spend trends and prices to be included in the municipality’s SCM pricing catalogue.
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This price catalogue will be used as a guide to all eThekwini’s buyers who will try and ensure that the prices that
the municipality pays are reasonable and fair. A proper market assessment is done, ensuring that the
reasonableness of prices is tested primarily, by comparing market related prices for similar products or tariffs for
similar services. “Market related” prices imply prices which the vendor charges. This is usually the vendor’s
wholesale price to the private sector after discounts. Market assessment further looks at market dynamics,
behavior and fragmentation. An analysis of past expenditure also assists in determining variations and
fluctuation/trends of prices. The exercise also help identifying all non-stock items that need to be converted to
stock items ensuring savings economies of scale, from bulk purchases thus reducing the cost of goods for the
municipality.
Housing- BPI Project: An initiative to improve the business systems and efficiencies within the Human Settlements
Unit is being embarked upon, as part of the Human Settlements Unit Turnaround Strategy. Business processes of all
key controls in various housing functions have been developed and work-shopped to all the stakeholders.
Implementation strategies will further be overseen by the Internal Control department ensuring the smooth
transition of operations into the new enhanced processes.
Overtime: With salaries and wages being a major expenditure of the operating budget, overtime will continue to
be monitored closely. Staff that work overtime on a regular basis or work excessive overtime will be closely
scrutinized with departmental Heads held accountable. This will ensure that overtime worked is absolutely
essential and that the same employees are not called on continually to work overtime where staff rotation is
possible or employing additional staff would be more cost effective. Managers will also carry out monthly
verification of active employees to certify that employees processed on the payroll have indeed been on duty and
to ensure that terminated employees are timeously and correctly processed on the payroll.
Procedure Manuals/SOPs: All sections, within Treasury will be reviewing and updating procedure manuals. Business
processes will be looked at critically: -analysed to effect process improvements, to eliminate any bottlenecks and
to implement innovative ideas to improve productivity. An initiative to improve productivity within all departments
of the Treasury Cluster will be researched, that will adopt a team based approach to continuously improving
processes, reducing costs and delivering a more efficient service to customers both externally and internally.
Overall an institutional review has been conducted which will resulting in Units proposing restructuring changes to
organograms and staff resources this will streamline processes and ensure continuous improvements and
efficiencies.
2.6.3.3 ENERGY OFFICE
Municipal Internal Energy Management (IEMP) - Program
The objective of this program is to implement a holistic approach to energy management in municipal
infrastructure. The program includes the development of an internal energy management policy and various energy
efficiency interventions in municipal infrastructure.
The Energy Office is responsible for the overview of this program implementation. An Energy Management Steering
Committee (EMSC) will be constituted with membership representing each of the entities responsible for major
energy use within the municipality. Responsibility for the implementation of each of the interventions identified by
the EMSC will be allocated to the entity within the municipality unit most directly responsible for the system
concerned.
A Systems Optimization Approach to Energy Management will be adopted. The eThekwini Energy Management
System (EEMS) will be developed to systematically record energy demand by its internal infrastructure systems as
well as to plan, implement, audit and make continuous improvements to the system (i.e. adopting a Plan, Do,
Check and Act cycle) which is described in detail in the procedures section of the policy. The Energy Office will
establish a system of electricity monitoring that will provide up to date and accurate information. An energy
intervention finance competency will be established at the Energy Office to assist departments to secure funding
for energy management interventions identified by the Energy Management Steering Committee.
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Private Sector Energy Efficiency Project
The “Private Sector Energy Efficiency” Project (PSEE) aims to improve energy efficiency in commercial and
industrial companies in South Africa through the provision of various services to assist companies in identifying and
implementing energy saving measures. The project which comes under the UK-SA Bilateral relationship will
contribute to the South African government’s strategy for reducing energy demand. The PSEE Project will be
governed by a multi-stakeholder Steering Committee led by the Department of Energy. the PSEE Project seeks to:
Increase awareness of energy efficiency
Energy savings
Energy intensity reductions
Operational reliability
Reduction of Greenhouse Gas emissions
Improved economic competitiveness through resource and process efficiency
Investment leveraged from private & public sectors through investment in energy efficiency projects
Indirect social benefits such as job creation/job retention and skills development relating to energy
efficiency services
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•
•
•
•
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2.6.4
INVESTMENTS – CASH BACKED
Adequate provision has been made by way of external investments to ensure that cash is available on the maturity
of investments. Investment income is utilized to fund the budget. The permissible reserves are cash backed in
terms of the MFMA.
2.6.5
COLLECTION RATES FOR EACH REVENUE SOURCE
In accordance with relevant legislation and national directives, the municipality’s projected revenue collection
rates are based on realistic and sustainable trends. The rate of revenue collection is the cash collected from
consumers expressed as a percentage of the amount billed. The average monthly collection rate and projections for
the year are as follows:
REVENUE SOURCE
Average
2013/14
Average
2014/15
Rates
97.8
96.9
Electricity
108.1
108.0
Water
105.4
102.7
The total average collection rate is projected at an average of 102.5% and is based on a combination of actual
collection rates achieved to date, and the estimated outcomes for the current financial period. Thee collection
rates achieved for the 2013.14 year have contributed to the positive credit rating that the municipality has
received.
Electricity
The disconnection policy is being applied for non-payment and the largest debts are being targeted.
Water
The programme put in place to encourage customers to pay their current accounts in return for a reduction in the
debt they have incurred should yield an improvement in the collection rate.
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DEBTORS
Debtors Age Analysis as at 31 December 2014: Parent Municipality
0 – 30 Days
R’000
31 – 60 Days
%
R’000
61 – 90 Days
%
R’000
Over 90 Days
%
Total
%
R’000
R’000
Debtors at 31.12.2014
702,826
12.46
328,374
5.82
168,767
2.99
4,439,779
78.72
5,639,746
Debtors at 31.12.2013
654,791
11.65
397,229
7.07
138,756
2.47
4,430,914
78.82
5,621,690
Movement
48,035
% Increase/decrease
year on year
-68,855
7.34
30,011
-17.33
8,865
21.63
18,056
0.20
0.32
The total debtors figure is stated prior to adjustments in respect of Provision for Bad Debts.
The total debtors amount outstanding is approximately R 5,6 billion and represents an increase of approximately R
18 million when compared to December 2013
Collectable debt over 90 days – Categorised
TOTAL (R’000)
TOTAL GROSS CONSUMER DEBTORS
5,639,746
PROVISION FOR BAD DEBTS (Estimated)
2,595,411
NET CONSUMER DEBTORS
3,044,335
CURRENT (0 – 90 DAYS)
1,199,968
COLLECTABLE DEBT MORE THAN 90 DAYS
1,844,367
BREAKDOWN OF COLLECTABLE DEBT OF MORE THAN 90 DAYS:
TOTAL (R’000)
GOVERNMENT
165,666
BUSINESS
672,574
RESIDENTIAL
1,006,127
TOTAL
1,844,367
The table indicates that approximately R 1, 8 billion of debt over 90 days is considered recoverable. The provision
for bad debt of approximately R 2,6 billion is not going to be totally written off. Every effort will be made to
collect the outstanding debt until it is not feasible to recover. Business debt of R 672,6 million is subjected to
litigation and has been handed over to the Council’s panel of attorneys.
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Debts from Residential Properties include:
·
Rates & Services consumed in households with a property value of less than R 250 000 which would qualify
for the Debt Relief Program
·
Rates & Services consumed in properties owned by “private” individuals in the Ingonyama Trust area.
Outstanding Government Debt
Total Government Debt equates to R 242 million of which R 166 million is outstanding for more than 90 Days.
Properties owned by the Ingonyama Trust make up 49% of the R 166 million. COGTA was engaged in trying to
resolve the arrears. However, nil positive response has been received from COGTA and the Legal Department has
advised that the matter be pursued via the Intergovernmental Dispute Resolution Process.
Provincial Department of Public Works has already paid for all rates raised for 2014/2015. KZN Human Settlements
struggled to meet the deadline and they were sent a final demand to pay all outstanding amounts at the end of
February 2015.
Active credit control and debt collection activities are undertaken at all times. In December 2014 the following
activities were undertaken:-
·
·
·
·
·
·
2.6.6
Monthly staff deductions are made towards staff salaries not more than 25% of the net pay.
A total of 11 050 customers were disconnected for electricity and water.
298 Final Demands were sent.
93 Customers were redlined with the credit bureau.
4 matters were handed over to Legal Section.
Collection rate for month of December 2014 was 112.83%, with the year to date figure being 103,95%.
LEVELS OF RATES, SERVICE CHARGES AND OTHER FEES AND CHARGES
The City’s revenue quantum is determined by setting a package of tariffs which are not only affordable to the rate
payers and the users of its services but deemed to be at fair and realistic levels when viewed in context of its
programmes to assist those who do not have the means to pay. To maintain an effective, efficient and well-run
city, tariff increases are inevitable.
Tariff-setting plays a major role in ensuring desired levels of revenue by assisting in the compilation of a credible
and balanced budget to accommodate the acceleration of basic services. The setting of tariffs for the 2015/16
financial year continues to be guided by a tariff policy, which provides a framework within which the eThekwini
municipality can implement fair, transparent and affordable charges for the provision of services.
The tariff level setting process was largely influenced by the considerable increase on bulk electricity purchases
and the disproportionate increase above CPI levels. This has distorted the city’s average tariff and charges
increases. The adverse impact of the current economic climate coupled with unfavourable external financial
pressures on services makes tariff increases higher that CPI levels inevitable. In determining the increase in rates
tariffs and other charges these are reflective of the appropriate balance between the interest of poor households,
other customers and also ensuring the financial sustainability of the municipality.
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The following principles and guidelines have been considered in the draft 2015/16 MTREF:
·
·
·
·
·
·
Realistic revenue estimates through a conservative, objective and analytical process.
Identification and pursuance of grants from national, provincial and other agencies.
The impact of inflation and other cost drivers.
Credible collection rates.
The impact of cross subsidisation
The ability of the community to pay for services rendered.
·
Local economic conditions.
As in the past, the above principles dictate the annual increase in the tariffs charged to the consumers and the
ratepayers.
RATES
Property tax represents the second most substantial tax revenue for the municipality. It is a well founded tax with
a long and sustained history. This source of revenue is a relative stable source as it is not substantially affected by
economic cycles, as is the case with other tariffs. Property rates cover the cost of the provision of general services.
Determining the effective property rate tariff is therefore an integral part of the municipality’s budgeting process.
The municipality is currently levying rates on The General Valuation Roll 2012 and relative supplementary valuation
rolls. The implementation date for the General Valuation Roll 2012 was 1 July 2012. The levying of rates in terms of
the Municipal Property Rates Act whereby properties are valued based on market value as at the date of valuation,
is being applied for this Medium Term Budget.
The diminishing of property rates on vacant land due to social housing projects together with the decreasing middle
class population due to less job opportunities are some of the risks identified to the rates base. The city’s response
to these risks include integration of communities with more middle class housing than social housing together with
job creation strategies to capacitate consumers to be able to pay. A 1% growth in the rate base is anticipated
mainly due to new developments.
MPRA AMENDMENTS: IMPACTS
The Valuation Roll will have to be amended on the property register side in order to extract certain information to
be able to accurately model the impact and the transition implementation plan. COGTA has promulgated
regulations which prescribe a reduced ratio for Public Benefit Organisations during 2010. The Municipality did not
implement the ratio because, whereas previously Council could decide on the category of properties, it is now
mandatory to have a category of property “Public Benefit Organisation”. This change will now require that the City
adjust its rate randage to reflect the ratio change. COGTA has however indicated during a meeting subsequent to
the promulgation of the amendments that they will look at the following criteria to identify eligible public Benefit
Organisations
For a private School
·
it has to be registered with the relevant department of education; and
·
For the previous financial year proof that it has received a subsidy from the department
All the other PBO’s listed in the legislation has to proof that they received more than 51% of their income from
government grants and or National Lottery funds. It is anticipated that all property falling in the “Public Service
Property” will also receive a ratio of 1:.25 of the Residential rate randage. This assumption is based on a previous
regulation in 2009 that was withdrawn when all “State Owned Property” was allowed a ratio of 1:25 of the
Residential rate randage. A calculation was done on the current rate randage to ascertain the impact of the above
and it is anticipated that the shift in incidence over the categories of property will result in an estimated increase
of 7,2%.
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VALUATION ROLL
In compliance with the Municipal Property Rates Act, the municipality has released its second general valuation
roll, GV 2012 on 2012-02-10. A valuation date of 1 July 2011 has been determined, with implementation of the
valuation roll being with effect from 1 July 2012. The valuation roll was open for inspection to the public until the
end of March 2012 during which time owners could lodge an objection against any entry in the valuation roll.
Approximately 10 600 objections were received (compared to 50 000 in 2008 i.e. less than 1.5%) with the review of
objections still underway. As at 01 November 2013, EThekwini Municipality had implemented the fifth
supplementary valuation roll for GV 2012. There were 6 000 entries in this supplementary valuation roll and
approximately 61 objections were received.
ELECTRICITY AND WATER
The increase in water and electricity tariffs is consistent with National Policy on the provision of free basic
services, Council’s Indigent relief measures and tariff policies. The tariff increases are necessary due to the
increase in the cost of bulk purchases, maintenance of existing infrastructure, new infrastructure provision and to
ensure the financial sustainability of the services. In the review of the tariffs for water and electricity , the
municipality ensures that the level of tariffs are cost – reflective including the cost of maintenance and renewal of
networks and the cost associated with reticulation expansion and that the associated structure of the tariffs
encourage efficient and sustainable consumption.
REFUSE REMOVAL
The increase in the domestic refuse removal tariff for the 2015/16 year is mainly due to salary increases,
conversion of agency staff to permanent and the increased cost of the purchase of refuse bags.
SEWERAGE
With effect from the 2011/12 year, a volume based sewage disposal charge system was introduced based on the
percentage of water consumption. A flat tariff is charged to Non-Domestic Consumers and a stepped tariff to
Domestic Consumers in line with the consumption bands for water. The progressive nature of the existing domestic
stepped tariff structure for the both water and sanitation allows for the needs of the indigent. It is also designed to
discourage high water consumption levels which have an impact in on the size of both the water and sanitation
portions of a consumer’s bill. It enables all consumers to adjust their consumption level to ensure availability.
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ALLO
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ON
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Municipalities play a critical role in furthering government’s objective of providing services to all while facilitating
local economic development. Local Government conditional grants are being reformed to provide targeted support
to different types of municipalities. The following projected grant allocations to the municipality in terms of the
2015 Division of Revenue Bill have been included in this medium term budget
GRANT
2015/16
2016/17
2017/18
Rm
Rm
Rm
Energy efficiency and Demand Side
Management Grant
14.0
16.0
16.0
1.1
1.1
1.1
882.8
930.6
1 016.8
Equitable Share
2 115.4
2 289.7
2 510.1
Urban Settlements Development
Grant
1 838.3
1 929.2
2 039.3
14.3
14.3
16.5
2 103.6
2 220.8
2 338.2
Infrastructure Skills Development
Grant
24.7
25.6
25.0
Neighbourhood Development
Partnership Grant
70.0
60.0
60.0
Integrated National Electrification
Programme Grant
30.0
31.5
37.6
Expanded Public Works Programme
Integrated Grant
40.6
0
0
162.7
171.3
179.9
46.8
45.1
49.4
Financial Management Grant
Public Transport Infrastructure Grant
Human Settlements Capacity Grant
General Fuel Levy
Public Transport Network Operations
Grant
Integrated City Development Grant
The Integrated City Development Grant was introduced in 2014/15 to provide metropolitan municipalities with
incentives to improve spatial development considerations in planning. The objective of the grant is to support the
development of more inclusive, liveable, productive and sustainable urban built environments in metropolitan
municipalities.
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LEGISLATION
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DISCLOSURE ON IMPLEMENTATION OF MFMA AND OTHER LEGISLATION
Compliance with the MFMA implementation requirements has been substantially adhered to through the following
activities:
BUDGET
This annual budget has been developed taking the MFMA, Municipal Budget and Reporting Regulations, and National
Treasury requirements into account. Budgets are being tabled and approved within the required legislative
timeframes.
IDP
The 2015/16 review process is underway, with community consultation already undertaken as required by
legislation.
ANNUAL REPORT
The 2013/14 Draft Annual Report has been developed taking into account the MFMA and National Treasury
requirements. The report was noted by council at its meeting held on 29 January 2015 and thereafter entered the
public participation phase with a closing date of 1 March 2015 for comments.
IN-YEAR REPORTING
100% compliance with regards to monthly, quarterly and annual reports to Council, Provincial and National treasury
BUDGET AND TREASURY OFFICES
A Budget and Treasury Office has been established in accordance with the MFMA and National Treasury
requirements
AUDIT COMMITTEE
The Audit Committee, an independent external committee established since 1 July 2005, provides an oversight
function over the financial management and performance of the municipality.
MUNICIPAL PUBLIC ACCOUNTS COMMITTEE
This committee ensures that the administration, municipal agencies and entities are held accountable for their
management of municipal funds and assets, and to ensure the efficient and effective utilisation of council
resources.
ETHICS COMMITTEE
Council, on 2012-02-29, approved the establishment of the Ethics Committee to ensure compliance with the Code
of Conduct and to investigate and make a finding in any alleged breach.
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SERVICE
SERV
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RV
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DELI
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AND BUDGET
BUD
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IMPL
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(SDB
(S
DBIP
DB
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IP
The SDBIP is a key management, implementation and monitoring tool, which provides operational content to the
end-of-year service delivery targets, set in the budget and IDP. It is the mechanism that ensures that the IDP and
Budget are aligned. The focus of the SDBIP is the creation of both financial and non-financial measurable
performance objectives in the form of service delivery targets.
The SDBIP of eThekwini Municipality is developed according to the eight point plan as set out in the Municipal IDP.
It contains the Strategic Focus Areas which is then drilled down into Programmes, projects and sub-projects. It
reflects the quarterly and annual targets and the actual achievements/ non achievement of these targets is
monitored on a quarterly basis. The ultimate aim of this monitoring is to ensure that the Municipality achieves its
objectives. Where targets are not achieved, reasons for non-achievement and corrective action to be implemented
are required. All SDBIP projects are linked, either directly or indirectly, to the key performance indicators
contained in the organisational scorecard. This ensures that the City’s strategic planning documents i.e. the IDP,
Budget, organisational scorecard and the SDBIP are all linked.
2.10
2.10 STATISTICAL
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INFO
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COMMUNITY AND EMERGENCY SERVICES
HEALTH
Environmental Health:
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
air pollution monitoring stations
industries with scheduled trade permits
Environmental Impact assessments commented on
building plans commented on
Major Hazard installations inspected
33
234
6
757
21
Clinical Services:
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
clinics
mobile clinic services and health posts
children under 1 year fully immunized
patients screened and treated for chronic medical conditions
women screened for cervical cancer
vaccinations undertaken
101
58
18
11 832
247 366
16 675
185 192
PARKS, RECREATION AND CULTURE
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Swimming Pools
Soccer Fields
Cricket Wickets
Hockey Fields
Rugby Fields
Bowling Greens
Netball Courts
Volley Ball Courts/Combi-Courts
Stadia
Community Halls
Golf Courses
Cemeteries
Crematoria
Developed Horticultural Parks
Nurseries (ha)
Developed Playground sites
burials (excluding paupers)
cremations
graveyards maintained
Public Conveniences
Natural Resource Areas maintained
libraries
library membership
books issued
museums
museum visitors – Durban Art Gallery
museum visitors – Natural Science Museums
museum visitors – Local History Museums
52
336
66
5
9
5
53
75
6
163
2
57
2
141
9
618
3 668
1 072
65
52
75
95
321 960
501 881
9
6 588
135 379
126 000
5 968.8
260 000
Area of Developed Horticultural Parks
Area of verges maintained (ha)
EMERGENCY SERVICES
Fire:
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
fire stations
staff
vehicles
fires attended to
special services attended to
20
684
156
11 828
4 353
Emergency Management and Control Centre:
Number of staff
Number of vehicles
Number of calls attended to annually
180
28
166 034
102
OFFICE OF THE CITY MANAGER
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
bills printed per month
payslips for staff
letters and notices
fines processed per month
online mainframe transactions
546 668
25 811
8 285
81 620
600 000
LEGAL SERVICES
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
prosecutions
pages translated
meetings where translation service was provided
trade licences issued
premises inspected
73 560
5 642
865
1 390
17 327
INTERNAL AUDIT
General Audits
Systems Review
Special Investigations
234
34
268
OMBUDSPERSON AND HEAD:INVESTIGATIONS
Investigative Services:
Metro Police Cases
Investigation Cases
Ombudsman Cases
4
220
314
METRO POLICE
Number of police stations
Number of satellite stations
Number of staff
Number of motor vehicles
Number of motor bikes
Number of firearms
Number of fines prosecuted - annually
14
11
2 314
480
79
2 044
750 000
103
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING
BUSINESS SUPPORT AND MARKETS
Business Support:
Number of permit holders
SMMEs showcasing at Main Fair
48 200
1 150
27 000
Visitors to SMME Fairs
Number of traders at container parks
142
Retail Markets:
Number of Retail Markets Managed
Number of Flea Markets Managed
Number of traders at Central Market
16
3
220
Durban National Fresh Produce Market (Bulk Markets):
Projected turnover (R’m)
National market share (%)
Number of buyers
Number of suppliers
Number of Transactions
Ripening Rooms capacity (pallets)
Cold Rooms capacity (pallets)
1 240
10.00
2 650
2 250
1 100
810
804
DURBAN TOURISM
Events:
Direct Financial Impact (R’m)
Number of part-time jobs created – days worked
Number of permanent jobs created
Direct socio-economic impact (R’bn)
Media Exposure value (R’m)
New Event Co-ordinators trained
105
9 850
24 560
9.5
150
3
Tourism :
9.2
841 977
Number of domestic visitors (million)
Number of International Visitors
Visitors to the Durban Tourism offices:
Walk –in
94 402
Telephone
70 206
104
Indaba
Number of Exhibitors
Number of visitors
1 198
8 706
Socio – economic impact (R’m)
535
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Sector Support:
Number of Strategic Township Development Projects
4
Number of Town Centre Renewal Projects
2
Number of Upgrade of Tourism Nodes and Corridors Projects
1
Durban Film Office:
Commercials
Feature Films
Documentaries
Stills
Music Videos
TV Series
Number of Development Workshops
Number of Workshop attendees
Number of Filmmaker Supported
Number of Interns Employed
23
11
34
17
5
20
12
480
15
7
DURBAN INVESTMENT PROMOTION:
Durban Investment Dashboard Value (R' bn)
620
Number of Foreign Direct Investors in facilitation
10
Rand amount of Foreign Direct Investment Pipeline (R' m)
Number of Existing Investors in facilitation
2 835
20
Rand amount of Existing Investment Pipeline (R' m)
2 535
Number of Bus. Retention & Expansion Action Teams
6
Number of Dbn Inv Promo & Marketing events/missions, etc.
105
29
DEVELOPMENT PLANNING, ENVIRONMENT & MANAGEMENT
Number of building applications approved
Number of building and land use contraventions served
Number of summonses served
Number of signage applications received
Number of unauthorised signs removed
Number of unauthorised trailers removed
Estimated value of approved applications (R’bn)
Number of building inspections carried out
5 953
4 347
2 522
695
10 507
11.2
136 158
ENGINEERING AND TRANSPORT
ENGINEERING
Length of surface roads and streets (km’s)
Length of maintained unsurfaced roads and streets (km’s)
Number of Stormwater complaints attended to
6 753
1 450
1 166
ETHEKWINI TRANSPORT AUTHORITY
Length of dedicated cycle lanes (Km’s)
Number of traffic signals to be installed in the current year
Number of new traffic signals to be installed in 2015/2016
Number of bus shelters
Number of taxi ranks
Number of bus ranks
12
10
10
1 000
70
10
TRADING SERVICES AND HUMAN SETTLEMENTS
WATER
Total length of pipelines (km)
Number of Consumers
Units purchased/purified (ml/d)
Storage Facilities
Pump Stations
Purification Works
11 464
945 910
553
327
98
5
SANITATION
Number of wastewater treatment works
Number of Wastewater Pump Station
Number of UD Toilets installed
Effluent flows into the Treatment Works (kl/d)
Total Length of Sewer Pipelines (km’s)
Number of Ablution Facilities
Number of VIP’s
31
300
80 060
491 316
7 697
1 020
35 000
106
SOLID WASTE
Number of depots
Number of fleet workshop
Number of community based contractors
Job creation through community based contractors
Number of skips (business, permanent and casual)
Number of landfill sites
Number of transfer stations
Number of garden refuse sites
Vehicle fleet complement
Number of recycling drop off centres
Number of recycling buy-back centres
Number of tons removed & disposed
Number of houses serviced
Number of refuse bags distributed (black) (million)
Street litter bags (million)
Orange bags – recycling (million)
32
3
367
1 101
1 000
4
7
14
535
14
6
963 902
945 910
52.1
9.8
12.9
ELECTRICITY
Number of customer base
Number of reticulation faults attended to
Number of FBE beneficiaries
738 593
71 025
132 000
HUMAN SETTLEMENTS
Housing stock (Rental / Selling):
Hostels
Rental Stock
Rental Stock (Social Housing)
New houses to be constructed
990
10
6 832
400
9 500
CORPORATE HUMAN RESOURCES
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH
Number of Clinics
Satellite unit based nursing sites
Attendance at clinics
Primary medical care
Medical surveillance employees
Wellness
Sick leave management
23
9
10
7
2
107
7
7
000
000
000
000
000
SKILLS DEVELOPMENT UNIT
Training interventions on WSP
Management Development Programmes
Staff Adult Education and Training
Community Adult Education and Training
Ward Committee Members trained in 8 modules
Access to Occupational directed programmes
·
·
5 055
247
220
6
1 030
In-service Trainee /Interns/Work Experience Learners
5 Learnerships Programmes
o Early childhood Development
o Professional Driver
o Payroll Administration
o Bid Port Business Admin
o Disaster Management
600
30
10
30
10
10
MANAGEMENT SERVICES
Summary of Projects
Productivity Interventions
Business Process Re-engineering
Wastage Elimination
Undertake Organisational Development and change interventions
Improve and Monitor Productivity
Innovative ways of service delivery
Strategic Planning projects to produce outcomes based organisational structures
Undertake office automation projects
33
11
1
4
3
1
2
10
HUMAN RESOURCES UNIT
Labour Relations
62
46
No. of arbitration awards
No. of Arbitration Matters referred to Labour Court
Recruitment Turnover
Labour Turnover
Labour Turnover (TK09-TK25)
No. of Appointments
EThekwini Employees
Disabled Employees
1 033
366
1 982
24 138
128
108
GOVERNANCE
CITY HALL
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
City Hall bookings for the year
Printing jobs and duplicating jobs
Council meetings
Events and Special Programmes
517
14 500
12
7
COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION
Number of soup kitchens
Number of indigent people fed per month
Number of grant-in-aid beneficiaries
Co –operatives recruitment and administration
36
288 000
54
15
REGIONAL CENTRES
Number of Customers Accessing One Stop Shops
Number of Buildings maintained
544 800
48
COMMUNICATIONS
Number of copies of eZasegagasini printed and distributed fortnightly
Number of copies of the Workplace printed and distributed monthly
Number of alternative reading material of the eZasegagasini Metro – per issue
400 000
10 000
172
INTERNATIONAL GOVERNANCE
Unit specific, special and adhoc events
Sister City agreements through 45 active projects.
Inter-municipal co-operation projects
Incoming international delegates
45
17
70
300
FINANCE
REAL ESTATE
Number of leases/ tenancies administered (annually)
Value of leases/ tenancies (R’m)
Number of properties sold
Value of properties sold (R’m)
Number of properties on valuation roll
Value of properties on valuation roll (R’bn)
5 138
167.8
22
4.7
512 310
442.04
109
EXPENDITURE
Number of billed monthly customers
Average number of queries handled by counter staff in a month
Average revenue clearance certificates issued per month
Average number of calls received per month – Call Centre
Average number of correspondence received per month -letters
636 711
60 453
2 328
56 144
36 278
CITY FLEET
6. 449
7
95
100
Total fleet (Vehicle and Plant)
Average age of light vehicles
Vehicle availability (%)
Workshop productivity (%)
DURBAN TRANSPORT
Total Bus Fleet
569
95
1.1
Bus Availability (%)
Total Replacement Value of buses (R’bn)
SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
Total number of tenders awarded
Value of tenders awarded (R’bn)
Number of tenders awarded to PBE’s
Number of tenders awarded to BBE’s
Number of tenders awarded to WBE’s
Number of tenders awarded to DPBE’s
Number of tenders awarded to unregistered companies/suppliers
Value of tenders awarded to unregistered companies/ suppliers (R’m)
110
2 271
12.72
999
1 566
926
4
134
26 974
CONSOLIDATED
BUDGET
DETAILED
BUDGET TABLES
(A2, A3, A5)
ETH eThekwini - Table A2 Budgeted Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure by standard classification)
Standard Classification Description
R thousand
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Current Year 2014/15
Ref
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
1
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Original Budget
Adjusted
Budget
Full Year
Forecast
Budget Year
2015/16
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
2016/17
2017/18
Revenue - Standard
Municipal governance and administration
6,453,501
7,401,447
7,934,651
8,912,935
8,969,048
9,043,410
9,823,010
10,543,434
11,386,336
Executive and council
Mayor and Council
5,775
1,338
1,578
104,480
104,480
104,178
146,383
157,453
180,028
1,669
1,231
1,533
1,221
1,221
1,158
1,218
1,358
1,316
Municipal Manager
4,106
108
44
103,259
103,259
103,020
145,165
156,095
178,712
6,204,142
7,162,438
7,691,450
8,555,653
8,611,766
8,674,734
9,401,124
10,097,311
10,895,324
243,584
237,671
241,622
252,802
252,802
264,498
275,503
288,671
310,984
20,975
20,594
11,276
12,860
12,860
11,790
14,072
14,776
15,662
21,915
34,928
28,242
22,647
22,647
30,634
32,165
33,773
35,462
122,034
109,987
125,920
142,211
142,211
142,211
146,711
153,358
170,447
Budget and treasury office
Corporate services
Human Resources
Information Technology
Property Services
Other Admin
78,660
72,161
76,185
75,084
75,084
79,863
82,555
86,764
89,412
Community and public safety
1,172,769
773,008
739,847
1,702,260
1,779,635
1,693,428
1,978,665
1,985,663
1,972,103
Community and social services
Libraries and Archives
30,063
55,457
43,541
198,586
273,398
163,160
216,190
258,231
265,534
7,588
20,108
15,200
153,441
227,557
118,999
167,752
186,063
187,922
631
8,818
5,463
18,136
18,833
18,860
19,753
37,520
29,688
4,724
7,210
5,890
5,483
5,483
7,612
8,866
11,282
17,531
12,062
13,872
11,308
15,653
15,653
12,270
12,918
14,223
22,337
Museums & Art Galleries etc
Community halls and Facilities
Cemeteries & Crematoriums
Child Care
–
–
–
Aged Care
–
–
–
Other Community
–
–
–
Other Social
Sport and recreation
Public safety
Police
Fire
Civil Defence
5,058
5,448
5,679
5,873
5,873
5,419
6,901
9,143
8,056
97,851
98,400
94,987
131,793
121,793
106,632
147,060
123,800
134,947
136,419
254,714
256,026
127,387
134,850
98,714
105,769
108,476
112,823
129,172
236,484
245,520
113,651
113,651
76,959
80,941
85,744
90,831
7,117
16,992
9,108
12,368
19,501
19,911
23,377
21,235
19,178
–
Street Lighting
–
Other
–
–
–
–
130
1,239
1,398
1,368
1,698
1,844
1,451
1,497
2,814
Housing
851,754
291,065
248,105
1,163,244
1,168,343
1,243,767
1,430,162
1,409,185
1,375,703
Health
Clinics
56,682
73,372
97,190
81,250
81,250
81,156
79,484
85,972
83,096
569
4,408
2
10,904
10,904
10,904
4
4
4
Ambulance
–
Other
–
–
56,114
68,964
97,187
70,347
70,347
70,252
79,480
85,968
83,092
Economic and environmental services
994,528
1,069,353
1,078,202
1,306,799
1,301,380
1,295,193
1,692,562
1,667,342
1,809,122
Planning and development
Economic Development/Planning
212,639
217,398
207,076
218,733
208,988
206,086
286,684
258,395
324,538
170,608
176,606
161,581
136,722
140,973
143,118
201,484
136,065
206,992
33,058
32,513
36,201
71,218
57,223
52,482
72,285
76,737
83,242
8,973
8,280
9,294
10,793
10,793
10,487
12,915
45,593
34,304
Road transport
Roads
780,067
849,900
867,902
1,075,311
1,075,311
1,073,049
1,373,222
1,404,279
1,482,101
211,749
495,988
281,557
73,600
73,600
73,591
115,663
109,253
86,176
Public Buses
351,320
160,036
1,678
840
840
800
819
845
872
Town Planning/Building enforcement
Licensing & Regulation
Parking Garages
–
Vehicle Licensing and Testing
–
–
37,810
40,713
39,170
35,510
35,510
41,118
37,513
39,511
41,616
179,189
153,164
545,497
965,361
965,361
957,540
1,219,228
1,254,670
1,353,438
Environmental protection
Pollution Control
1,822
2,054
3,224
12,755
17,081
16,058
32,656
4,668
2,484
299
104
1,469
202
202
Biodiversity & Landscape
1,523
1,950
1,755
12,554
16,879
16,058
32,656
4,668
2,484
Other
Other
–
Trading services
Electricity
Electricity Distribution
Electricity Generation
Water
Water Distribution
Water Storage
13,381,592
14,986,429
16,254,917
17,720,509
17,690,550
17,941,577
19,106,668
21,046,873
23,144,640
8,756,686
9,869,805
10,177,576
11,104,079
11,094,079
11,217,951
12,365,480
13,763,541
15,229,159
8,732,946
9,841,338
10,154,096
11,073,940
11,063,940
11,187,751
12,336,000
13,731,815
15,195,007
23,741
28,468
23,480
30,140
30,140
30,200
29,480
31,726
34,153
2,698,040
2,982,873
3,526,656
4,075,014
4,076,514
4,194,952
4,292,497
4,656,307
5,046,227
2,698,040
2,982,873
3,526,656
4,075,014
4,076,514
4,194,952
4,292,497
4,656,307
5,046,227
–
Waste water management
Sewerage
Storm Water Management
–
–
1,211,246
1,270,380
1,730,345
1,662,091
1,640,633
1,652,200
1,496,352
1,599,350
1,774,044
1,210,716
1,270,347
1,728,733
1,662,067
1,640,109
1,651,702
1,495,037
1,598,763
1,774,016
530
34
1,613
24
524
498
1,315
588
28
Public Toilets
–
–
Waste management
Solid Waste
715,620
863,370
820,340
879,325
879,325
876,474
952,339
1,027,675
1,095,210
715,620
863,370
820,340
879,325
879,325
876,474
952,339
1,027,675
1,095,210
Other
477,149
424,495
456,907
460,612
461,283
460,586
497,613
532,791
578,559
6,216
6,065
7,345
7,955
7,955
7,664
8,220
8,571
8,933
883
927
973
1,022
Air Transport
Abattoirs
–
Tourism
794
Forestry
–
Markets
–
1,455
1,108
733
733
–
73,878
80,419
89,650
88,477
88,477
89,841
103,348
108,418
126,194
ICC
243,376
165,676
174,878
162,328
167,725
167,725
176,411
185,590
196,032
USHAKA MARINE
152,885
170,880
183,926
201,120
196,394
194,474
208,707
229,239
246,378
22,479,539
24,654,732
26,464,524
30,103,115
30,201,895
30,434,195
33,098,518
35,776,104
38,890,760
Total Revenue - Standard
2
111
ETH eThekwini - Table A2 Budgeted Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure by standard classification)
Standard Classification Description
R thousand
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Current Year 2014/15
Ref
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
1
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Original Budget
Adjusted
Budget
Full Year
Forecast
Budget Year
2015/16
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
2016/17
2017/18
Expenditure - Standard
Municipal governance and administration
3,316,366
3,013,943
3,455,114
3,619,149
3,661,839
3,471,192
3,790,589
3,982,590
4,217,382
Executive and council
Mayor and Council
225,446
260,175
329,084
363,840
403,123
371,969
411,122
446,948
471,522
185,866
217,699
268,977
255,070
295,690
282,475
278,671
297,484
312,167
Municipal Manager
39,580
42,476
60,107
108,770
107,433
89,494
132,451
149,464
159,355
2,103,975
1,561,475
1,800,423
1,724,690
1,715,415
1,657,856
1,804,852
1,880,156
1,978,843
Corporate services
Human Resources
986,944
1,192,293
1,325,608
1,530,618
1,543,301
1,441,367
1,574,615
1,655,486
1,767,017
184,831
261,979
293,152
373,955
374,531
339,492
403,785
426,781
456,449
Information Technology
226,373
295,465
297,122
330,696
330,696
338,901
330,442
339,342
366,815
Property Services
152,576
169,245
171,920
205,647
204,667
175,244
188,076
200,932
214,230
Other Admin
423,164
465,604
563,413
620,321
633,407
587,731
652,312
688,432
729,522
Community and public safety
2,914,758
4,176,694
5,216,652
4,618,749
4,703,463
4,656,147
5,031,128
5,391,825
5,759,143
Community and social services
Libraries and Archives
530,583
605,442
663,173
794,299
876,979
780,101
890,214
955,935
1,020,231
197,671
220,435
234,739
295,999
372,232
266,971
339,396
368,949
395,313
Museums & Art Galleries etc
28,456
29,639
33,104
47,713
48,391
41,574
50,919
55,705
59,061
Community halls and Facilities
98,225
115,487
130,515
145,481
147,421
147,801
147,430
156,354
166,164
Cemeteries & Crematoriums
48,566
56,554
64,013
73,331
74,563
79,384
77,648
82,989
89,020
Budget and treasury office
Child Care
–
–
–
Aged Care
–
–
–
Other Community
–
–
–
Other Social
157,665
183,327
200,802
231,776
234,371
244,371
274,822
291,936
310,673
Sport and recreation
791,558
1,057,483
1,111,042
1,191,767
1,194,638
1,173,639
1,280,085
1,351,847
1,436,092
Public safety
Police
980,710
1,502,447
1,562,284
1,505,243
1,505,824
1,541,488
1,663,169
1,788,855
1,918,963
476,501
939,875
974,362
838,345
838,255
872,643
951,357
1,022,898
1,098,378
Fire
238,480
260,738
284,879
314,220
313,520
321,035
334,455
360,662
389,130
307,143
Civil Defence
–
Street Lighting
–
–
204,527
225,950
223,156
251,692
251,692
249,969
268,208
287,075
Other
61,202
75,885
79,887
100,986
102,357
97,841
109,149
118,220
124,313
Housing
311,428
686,703
1,512,755
847,133
850,527
921,663
894,717
977,478
1,044,882
Health
Clinics
300,479
324,619
367,398
280,307
275,495
239,256
302,942
317,711
338,973
199,532
219,736
258,246
135,704
140,806
123,216
167,344
172,948
185,194
Ambulance
–
Other
–
–
100,946
104,883
109,152
144,603
134,689
116,040
135,598
144,763
153,779
Economic and environmental services
2,120,320
2,462,681
2,668,485
2,866,646
2,840,430
2,818,897
3,177,370
3,306,650
3,524,389
Planning and development
Economic Development/Planning
544,601
698,722
745,039
851,461
837,508
781,675
889,507
913,150
983,218
203,894
344,287
364,447
376,184
383,440
348,112
416,183
390,481
414,282
Town Planning/Building enforcement
285,721
294,531
311,555
399,365
378,144
351,192
388,478
432,652
473,690
54,987
59,904
69,037
75,913
75,923
82,372
84,847
90,017
95,247
1,458,122
1,642,324
1,786,800
1,826,927
1,811,527
1,874,340
2,079,740
2,187,320
2,307,108
873,715
999,495
1,048,818
1,022,186
1,006,786
1,068,704
1,164,939
1,200,522
1,244,999
210,469
239,762
234,961
268,541
268,541
254,719
271,815
284,896
302,203
Licensing & Regulation
Road transport
Roads
Public Buses
Parking Garages
–
Vehicle Licensing and Testing
–
–
10,541
17,092
15,716
19,846
19,846
17,824
21,250
22,445
23,685
Other
363,396
385,975
487,305
516,354
516,354
533,092
621,737
679,457
736,221
Environmental protection
Pollution Control
117,597
121,635
136,646
188,259
191,395
162,882
208,123
206,180
234,063
85,966
91,802
102,861
135,434
138,725
112,549
151,100
161,286
172,308
31,631
29,832
33,785
52,824
52,669
50,333
57,023
44,894
61,754
Biodiversity & Landscape
Other
–
Trading services
–
11,876,306
11,947,356
12,611,333
15,149,001
15,149,256
15,218,638
16,833,669
18,519,451
20,401,182
7,632,213
6,694,971
6,683,382
9,471,504
9,471,504
9,314,359
10,483,707
11,662,484
12,987,316
7,613,452
6,676,695
6,663,126
9,448,267
9,448,267
9,289,858
10,458,142
11,635,256
12,958,278
18,761
18,276
20,256
23,237
23,237
24,502
25,564
27,228
29,037
2,585,215
3,384,355
3,943,429
3,660,338
3,661,838
3,876,712
4,149,698
4,506,078
4,906,944
2,581,045
3,380,631
3,941,564
3,656,640
3,658,140
3,876,491
4,149,476
4,505,856
4,906,734
4,170
3,724
1,865
3,698
3,698
221
221
221
210
Waste water management
Sewerage
883,323
1,009,595
1,061,089
1,137,835
1,136,590
1,151,092
1,247,925
1,323,215
1,411,712
750,402
864,000
911,529
992,604
990,879
1,005,201
1,087,633
1,156,944
1,238,053
Storm Water Management
109,994
121,506
123,652
117,899
118,379
118,932
131,208
135,131
140,304
22,927
24,088
25,908
27,332
27,332
26,959
29,085
31,139
33,355
Waste management
Solid Waste
775,556
858,434
923,432
879,325
879,325
876,475
952,339
1,027,675
1,095,210
775,556
858,434
923,432
879,325
879,325
876,475
952,339
1,027,675
1,095,210
Other
491,898
517,817
525,936
599,740
587,607
577,188
644,506
683,587
728,708
5,859
6,520
6,592
7,242
7,242
7,158
7,672
7,975
8,283
105,349
125,561
132,714
140,004
Electricity
Electricity Distribution
Electricity Generation
Water
Water Distribution
Water Storage
Public Toilets
Air Transport
Abattoirs
–
Tourism
50,611
Forestry
–
Markets
–
74,698
–
87,834
103,430
–
102,060
–
67,443
68,118
73,212
91,983
91,981
86,369
99,939
106,685
114,612
ICC
174,369
166,681
145,850
160,821
156,333
156,333
173,289
185,138
195,872
USHAKA MARINE
193,616
201,800
212,448
236,264
229,990
221,978
238,045
251,075
269,936
20,719,649
22,118,490
24,477,520
26,853,285
26,942,593
26,742,063
29,477,262
31,884,104
34,630,804
1,759,890
2,536,242
1,987,004
3,249,830
3,259,302
3,692,132
3,621,255
3,892,000
4,259,956
Total Expenditure - Standard
Surplus/(Deficit) for the year
3
112
ETH eThekwini - Table A3 Budgeted Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure by municipal vote)A
Vote Description
R thousand
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Current Year 2014/15
Original
Budget
Adjusted
Budget
Full Year
Forecast
Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16
Revenue by Vote
Vote 1 - Office of the City Manager
1.1 - City Manager's Office
1.2 - Corporate GIS
1.3 - Audit
1.4 - Information Technology
1.5 - Corporate Policy
1.6 - Ombudsperson & Investigations
1.7 - Legal Services
1.8 - Performance Management
1.9 - Metropolitan Police
262,137
–
27
2
28,242
2,344
2
730
36
230,755
277,623
103,000
500
1
21,915
472
–
610
800
166,982
308,584
7,817
58
1
34,928
500
2
902
187
264,188
6,165,443
8,060,203
8,773,666
82
167,328
58,489
11,897
121,940
15,951
9,377
–
351,320
4,332,441
1,088,878
7,739
37
130,471
59,180
7,886
109,883
11,018
11,801
–
160,036
4,935,037
2,628,293
6,562
7,682,828
–
41
217,793
68,995
6,067
125,801
3,878
718
–
1,678
4,597,054
2,653,478
7,326
3,365
4,703
1,231
3
1,558
36
–
1,876
4,146
–
1,533
1,014
1,599
–
–
–
2,774
1,679
2
1,266
–
–
418
21,404
2,184
–
32
2,056
2
94
11,276
–
14
11,260
1
0
12,860
27
20,947
1
430
Vote 5 - Economic Development & Planning
5.1 - Deputy City Manager
5.2 - Economic Development & Facilitation
5.3 - City Enterprises
5.4 - Business Support
5.5 - Retail Markets
5.6 - Development Planning & Management
5.7 - Area Based Management
5.8 - Strategic Projects
150,699
268,204
48,804
39
9,066
9,792
34,035
3,709
162,758
234,588
–
77,344
1,738
9,512
10,699
35,343
29
99,923
276,846
12,652
1,063
8,526
9,072
26,790
20,566
72,029
Vote 6- Community and Emergency Services
6.1 - Deputy City Manager
6.2 - Emergency Services
6.3 - Disaster Management and emergency control
6.5 - Security Management
6.6 - Safer Cities
6.7 - Health
6.8 - Parks, Recreation, Cemetries and Culture
105,430
1,000
7,117
170,388
35
16,992
1,239
344,014
Vote 2 - Finance
2.1 - Deputy City Manager
2.2 - Expenditure
2.3 - Income
2.4 Finance and Major Projects
2.5 - Internal Control & Business Systems
2.6 - Real Estate
2.7 - City Fleet
2.8 - Durban Energy Office
2.9 - INK
2.10 - Durban Transport
2.11 - Assessment Rates
2.12 - Miscellaneous
2.13 - Supply Chain Management
Vote 3 - Governance
3.1 - Deputy City Manager
3.2 - City Hall Administration & City Secretariat
3.3 - Communications
3.4 - Sizakala Customer Service
3.5 - Community Participation & Action Support
3.6 - SDB
3.7 - International & Governance Relations
Vote 4 - Corporate and Human Resources
4.1 - Deputy City Manager
4.2 - Human Resources
4.3 - Skills Development
4.4 -Occupational Health and Safety
4.5 - Management Services and Org. Development
190,780
56,981
40,202
0
73,476
78,646
163,364
131
9,108
1,398
–
–
98,658
54,068
Vote 7 - Human Settlements and Infrastructure
3,168,779
7.1 - Deputy City Manager
3,106
7.2 - Housing
785,193
7.3 - Engineering
243,024
7.4 - eThekwini Transport Authority
187,379
7.5 - Sanitation
1,210,716
7.6 - Cleansing and Solid Waste
715,620
7.7 - Gas to Electricity
23,741
Vote 8- Electricity
8,949,656
8.1 - Electricity
8,949,656
Vote 9 - Water
3,190,097
9.1 - Water
3,190,097
Vote 10 - Formal Housing
66,561
10.1 - Formal Housing
66,561
Vote 11 - Markets
64,848
11.1 - Markets
64,848
Vote 12- Airport
6,216
12.1 - Airport
6,216
Vote 13 - Chief Albert Luthuli International Convertional Centre
243,376
13.1 - ICC
243,376
Vote 14 - uShaka Marine World
152,885
14.1 - uShaka Marine World
152,885
Total Revenue by Vote
22,479,539
3,038,372
31
201,971
521,023
153,164
1,270,347
863,370
28,468
9,321,112
9,321,112
2,982,873
2,982,873
84,860
84,860
70,627
70,627
6,065
6,065
165,676
165,676
170,880
170,880
24,654,732
3,598,950
0
135,486
345,623
545,497
1,728,815
820,039
23,490
10,421,443
10,421,443
3,526,509
3,526,509
114,183
114,183
78,951
78,951
7,345
7,345
174,878
174,878
183,926
183,926
26,464,524
130
278,963
103,000
–
–
22,647
3,155
–
1,000
–
149,161
254,746
103,000
297,865
145,145
317,256
156,074
347,758
178,692
30,634
2,036
32,165
1,050
33,773
1,053
35,462
55
1,000
1,050
1,102
1,102
118,077
118,455
125,254
132,447
8,829,779
–
39
157,850
62,523
3,722
142,089
10,850
20,707
–
840
5,408,799
3,014,944
7,417
8,897,486
9,631,030
10,338,090
11,155,859
188
191,036
67,314
8,092
142,089
10,839
14,000
41
179,580
70,040
3,906
146,533
10,776
500
43
185,872
73,831
4,102
153,171
10,804
1,000
45
192,400
76,042
4,173
170,251
10,833
1,000
800
5,408,768
3,046,944
7,417
819
5,820,733
3,390,314
7,788
845
6,197,984
3,702,261
8,177
872
6,630,662
4,060,995
8,586
2,774
–
1,221
–
1,553
–
–
–
2,753
2,893
4,804
3,162
1,158
1,218
1,358
1,316
1,595
1,675
3,446
1,847
12,860
–
–
12,860
–
–
11,790
14,072
14,776
15,662
11,790
14,072
14,776
15,662
271,555
–
96,422
733
10,003
11,020
66,345
32
87,000
269,698
362,449
340,205
415,157
96,594
2,129
9,697
10,256
60,898
30
90,094
138,589
927
12,075
10,774
97,067
33
102,984
126,922
973
44,701
10,958
63,770
34
92,846
181,578
1,022
33,412
18,938
68,059
35
112,113
289,861
383,887
402,290
416,722
21,425
24,828
22,732
21,992
81,452
248,825
416,289
330
19,501
1,368
–
–
81,452
313,638
330
81,156
186,951
79,484
279,575
85,972
293,586
83,096
311,634
4,549,343
259
895,067
117,124
965,361
1,662,067
879,325
30,140
11,073,940
11,073,940
4,075,014
4,075,014
268,177
268,177
77,456
77,456
7,955
7,955
162,328
162,328
201,120
201,120
30,103,115
4,531,516
259
900,166
116,156
965,361
1,640,109
879,325
30,140
11,063,940
11,063,940
4,076,514
4,076,514
268,177
268,177
77,456
77,456
7,955
7,955
167,725
167,725
196,394
196,394
30,201,895
4,559,635
20
927,693
116,006
957,540
1,651,702
876,474
30,200
11,187,751
11,187,751
4,194,952
4,194,952
316,074
316,074
79,584
79,584
7,664
7,664
167,725
167,725
194,474
194,474
30,434,195
5,170,556
20
1,308,804
165,648
1,219,228
1,495,037
952,339
29,480
12,336,000
12,336,000
4,292,497
4,292,497
121,358
121,358
92,573
92,573
8,220
8,220
176,411
176,411
208,707
208,707
33,098,518
5,324,381
20
1,283,863
127,663
1,254,670
1,598,763
1,027,675
31,726
13,731,815
13,731,815
4,656,307
4,656,307
125,321
125,321
97,460
97,460
8,571
8,571
185,590
185,590
229,239
229,239
35,776,104
5,610,505
20
1,249,602
104,066
1,353,438
1,774,016
1,095,210
34,153
15,195,007
15,195,007
5,046,227
5,046,227
126,101
126,101
107,256
107,256
8,933
8,933
196,032
196,032
246,378
246,378
38,890,760
22,647
1,315
1,000
149,161
39
157,850
62,523
3,722
142,089
10,850
6,000
840
5,368,199
3,014,138
7,417
1,221
1,553
12,860
100,511
733
10,003
11,020
74,548
32
80,000
12,368
1,368
113
ETH eThekwini - Table A3 Budgeted Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure by municipal vote)A
Vote Description
R thousand
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Expenditure by Vote
Vote 1 - Office of the City Manager
1,235,714
1.1 - City Manager's Office
171,840
1.2 - Corporate GIS
15,537
1.3 - Audit
30,211
1.4 - Information Technology
282,528
1.5 - Corporate Policy
18,011
1.6 - Ombudsperson & Investigations
12,421
1.7 - Legal Services
59,923
1.8 - Performance Management
5,289
1.9 - Metropolitan Police
639,954
1.10 - Risk Management
1.11 - Programme Management
Vote 2 - Finance
1,436,500
2.1 - Deputy City Manager
4,577
2.2 - Expenditure
90,071
2.3 - Income
365,936
2.4 Finance and Major Projects
105,121
2.5 - Internal Control & Business Systems
46,003
2.6 - Real Estate
74,846
2.7 - City Fleet
234,368
2.8 - Durban Energy Office
5,357
2.9 - INK
4,907
2.10 - Durban Transport
210,469
2.11 - Assessment Rates
14,005
2.12 - Miscellaneous
236,784
2.13 - Supply Chain Management
44,056
Vote 3 - Governance
345,064
3.1 - Deputy City Manager
4,460
3.2 - City Hall Administration & City Secretariat
185,866
3.3 - Communications
30,849
3.4 - Sizakala Customer Service
68,431
3.5 - Community Participation & Action Support
43,138
3.6 - SDB
4,161
3.7 - International & Governance Relations
8,159
Vote 4 - Corporate and Human Resources
260,354
4.1 - Deputy City Manager
5,428
4.2 - Human Resources
133,093
4.3 - Skills Development
72,223
4.4 -Occupational Health and Safety
32,376
4.5 - Management Services and Org. Development
17,234
Vote 5 - Economic Development & Planning
682,341
5.1 - Deputy City Manager
637
5.2 - Economic Development & Facilitation
53,525
5.3 - City Enterprises
87,792
5.4 - Business Support
52,352
5.5 - Retail Markets
27,153
5.6 - Development Planning & Management
178,766
5.7 - Area Based Management
7,960
5.8 - Strategic Projects
274,155
Vote 6 - Community and Emergency Services
1,854,919
6.1 - Deputy City Manager
15,757
6.2 - Emergency Services
235,828
6.3 - Disaster Management and Emergency Control
56,380
6.5 - Security Management
51,925
6.6 - Safer Cities
17,639
6.7 - Health
372,269
6.8 - Parks, Recreation, Cemetries and Culture
1,105,119
Vote 7 - Human Settlements and Infrastructure
4,388,740
7.1 - Deputy City Manager
11,994
7.2 - Housing
904,529
7.3 - Engineering
1,378,155
7.4 - eThekwini Transport Authority
380,167
7.5 - Sanitation
842,094
7.6 - Cleansing and Solid Waste
853,040
7.7 - Gas to Electricity
18,761
7.8 - Trading Services DCM
Vote 8 - Electricity
7,427,376
8.1 - Electricity
7,427,376
Vote 9 - Water
2,585,215
9.1 - Water
2,585,215
Vote 10 - Formal Housing
89,284
10.1 - Formal Housing
89,284
Vote 11 - Markets
40,296
11.1 - Markets
40,296
Vote 12 - Airport
5,860
12.1 - Airport
5,860
Vote 13 - Chief Albert Luthuli International Convertional Centre
174,369
13.1 - ICC
174,369
Vote 14 - uShaka Marine World
193,616
14.1 - uShaka Marine World
193,616
Total Expenditure by Vote
20,719,649
Surplus/(Deficit) for the year
1,759,890
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Current Year 2014/15
Original
Budget
Adjusted
Budget
1,456,880
151,203
16,481
31,043
295,467
19,100
12,906
60,853
6,740
863,087
1,516,421
105,083
15,636
36,563
297,123
22,709
16,288
73,289
7,076
938,034
4,620
1,396,299
75,184
21,045
46,460
330,696
23,634
21,613
72,455
12,222
782,122
10,866
1,429,694
103,346
20,545
50,440
330,696
25,564
21,613
72,449
12,222
782,032
10,786
2,265,821
4,894
101,080
58,591
80,840
50,892
68,288
241,815
8,227
5,414
239,762
171,065
1,189,557
45,396
402,786
4,751
217,581
34,170
73,857
59,235
3,613
9,580
284,584
7,223
144,503
80,163
33,212
19,483
740,923
1,452
73,012
52,197
58,320
26,033
188,288
8,317
333,305
2,072,826
20,512
254,636
89,410
55,629
1,882,771
13,226
106,019
264,686
120,004
58,552
62,352
255,405
12,041
5,062
234,961
18,216
681,531
50,717
495,954
4,703
268,337
60,421
84,161
66,653
3,861
7,818
319,812
8,659
154,885
100,442
33,690
22,136
865,744
7,477
88,009
58,529
142,081
27,080
197,546
8,810
336,212
2,288,800
33,852
279,481
89,301
68,402
400,381
1,252,259
4,117,878
6,963
576,664
1,385,798
395,469
876,248
858,460
18,276
453,013
1,364,752
5,187,897
5,852
1,327,430
1,491,538
495,985
923,411
923,425
20,256
6,868,903
6,868,903
3,380,763
3,380,763
110,040
110,040
42,085
42,085
6,520
6,520
166,681
166,681
201,800
201,800
22,118,490
7,350,456
7,350,456
3,939,116
3,939,116
219,524
219,524
46,132
46,132
6,592
6,592
145,850
145,850
212,448
212,448
24,477,520
2,465,863
13,163
126,377
414,995
121,320
69,904
84,210
300,574
16,585
6,716
268,541
101,769
871,454
70,254
502,364
5,624
255,070
49,125
88,308
87,713
6,959
9,567
410,857
16,683
190,434
131,175
47,053
25,512
972,858
13,147
124,266
155,505
73,089
30,448
266,718
15,153
294,534
2,460,510
24,156
305,411
93,137
76,064
48,071
397,467
1,516,204
4,491,875
13,821
520,632
1,509,978
527,424
1,010,878
879,325
23,237
6,580
9,699,959
9,699,959
3,660,338
3,660,338
326,501
326,501
61,535
61,535
7,242
7,242
160,821
160,821
236,264
236,264
26,853,285
2,536,242
1,987,004
3,249,830
114
Full Year
Forecast
Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16
2,452,610
13,163
126,377
416,720
121,320
69,904
83,230
300,574
16,819
6,581
268,541
101,769
856,453
71,157
557,035
5,624
295,690
61,325
87,104
90,850
6,877
9,567
411,433
16,683
191,010
131,175
47,053
25,512
946,269
12,647
117,975
154,135
73,089
30,448
247,790
13,153
297,034
2,547,648
47,951
305,411
93,137
76,064
24,386
395,796
1,604,903
4,456,211
13,545
525,730
1,471,067
527,424
1,009,303
879,325
23,237
6,580
9,699,959
9,699,959
3,661,838
3,661,838
324,796
324,796
61,534
61,534
7,242
7,242
156,333
156,333
229,990
229,990
26,942,593
1,455,730
79,337
20,571
47,950
338,901
25,150
19,989
81,589
12,832
817,503
10,215
1,692
2,342,863
11,963
123,201
352,585
109,494
65,949
76,816
280,054
16,545
5,196
254,719
101,769
875,624
68,948
529,218
5,728
282,475
44,427
91,381
89,784
5,710
9,713
369,888
11,836
162,498
126,352
45,194
24,009
920,078
6,993
115,596
157,207
79,639
29,324
240,057
12,924
278,339
2,372,026
52,766
311,868
90,379
72,960
21,802
332,176
1,490,075
4,478,420
7,957
506,878
1,490,745
543,691
1,024,829
876,475
24,502
3,344
9,539,826
9,539,826
3,876,712
3,876,712
414,785
414,785
57,045
57,045
7,158
7,158
156,333
156,333
221,978
221,978
26,742,063
1,569,735
106,755
27,601
55,220
330,442
21,918
23,009
82,519
15,454
893,180
11,937
1,700
2,556,352
14,198
134,560
427,823
130,266
74,201
86,196
311,342
15,210
6,766
271,815
102,724
904,926
76,325
558,807
5,719
278,671
49,951
92,891
114,741
6,956
9,878
441,701
16,536
200,553
148,782
48,421
27,409
1,034,047
11,940
138,702
178,600
81,444
33,505
276,156
16,661
297,039
2,700,015
63,020
329,108
99,375
79,423
20,319
432,389
1,676,381
4,933,508
14,214
573,109
1,621,007
632,973
1,109,285
952,339
25,564
5,016
10,726,351
10,726,351
4,149,698
4,149,698
321,608
321,608
66,433
66,433
7,672
7,672
173,289
173,289
238,045
238,045
29,477,262
1,673,389
122,315
29,927
58,146
339,342
23,280
24,700
89,808
16,420
954,927
12,744
1,780
2,668,455
10,552
143,220
449,886
129,220
78,990
91,906
330,557
16,468
5,219
284,896
102,724
943,312
81,506
593,211
6,139
297,484
52,716
96,991
121,936
7,392
10,552
467,020
17,527
210,595
158,294
51,527
29,077
1,067,540
12,733
142,690
188,112
86,282
36,360
283,806
17,288
300,269
2,898,358
67,091
355,059
107,339
90,412
21,925
455,997
1,800,534
5,226,452
13,543
630,719
1,652,285
691,257
1,179,944
1,027,675
27,228
3,801
11,922,331
11,922,331
4,506,078
4,506,078
346,758
346,758
70,325
70,325
7,975
7,975
185,138
185,138
251,075
251,075
31,884,104
1,805,666
138,644
30,965
63,031
366,815
23,746
26,321
95,513
17,436
1,027,718
13,484
1,993
2,813,259
10,995
151,157
473,208
130,161
84,780
98,200
355,579
17,059
5,235
302,203
102,724
994,697
87,261
624,845
6,585
312,167
55,650
102,347
128,979
7,888
11,228
499,508
18,582
226,130
167,440
55,110
32,247
1,142,902
13,579
156,898
198,084
91,218
39,454
319,033
18,169
306,467
3,092,764
60,810
383,275
112,553
94,341
23,321
486,887
1,931,576
5,585,048
14,227
699,687
1,731,963
748,610
1,262,448
1,095,210
29,037
3,865
13,265,421
13,265,421
4,906,944
4,906,944
345,196
345,196
75,158
75,158
8,283
8,283
195,872
195,872
269,936
269,936
34,630,804
3,259,302
3,692,132
3,621,255
3,892,000
4,259,956
ETH eThekwini - Table A5 Budgeted Capital Expenditure by vote, standard classification and funding
Vote Description
R thousand
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Capital expenditure - Municipal Vote
Multi-year expenditure appropriation
Vote 1 - Office of the City Manager
73,863
1.1 - City Manager's Office
1.2 - Corporate GIS
1.3 - Audit
–
1.4 - Information Technology
73,863
1.5 - Corporate Policy
–
1.6 - Ombudsperson & Investigations
1.7 - Legal Services
1.8 - Performance Management
1.9 - Metropolitan Police
Vote 2 - Finance
249,497
2.1 - Deputy City Manager
–
2.2 - Expenditure
39,649
2.3 - Income
–
2.4 - Finance and Major Projects
2.5 - Internal Control & Business Systems
2.6 - Real Estate
122
2.7 - City Fleet
3,150
2.8 - Durban Energy Office
9,312
2.9 - INK
–
2.10 - Assessment Rates
–
2.11 - Miscellaneous
2.12 - Supply Chain Management
2.13 - Durban Transport
197,264
Vote 3 - Governance
12,051
3.1 - Deputy City Manager
3.2 - City Hall Administration & City Secretariat
12,051
3.3 - Communications
3.4 - Regional Centres
3.5 - Community Participation & Action Support
3.6 - SDB
3.7 - International & Governance Relations
Vote 4 - Corporate and Human Resources
2,333
4.1 - Deputy City Manager
4.2 - Human Resources
2,333
4.3 - Skills Development
4.4 - Occupational Health and Safety
4.5 - Management Services and Org. Development
Vote 5 - Economic Development & Planning
84,221
5.1 - Deputy City Manager
5.2 - Economic Development & Facilitation
16,405
5.3 - City Enterprises
5.4 - Business Support
5.5 - Retail Markets
5.6 - Development Planning & Management
5.7 - Area Based Management
5.8 - Strategic Projects
67,816
Vote 6 - Vote 6 - Community and Emergency Services
65,364
6.1 - Deputy City Manager
6.2 - Emergency Services
22,456
6.3 - Disaster Management
6.4 - Security Management
6.5 - Safer Cities
6.6 - Health
15,453
6.7 - Parks, Recreation, Cemetries and Culture
27,455
Vote 7 - Vote 7 - Human Settlements and Infrastructure 1,346,351
7.1 - Deputy City Manager
7.2 - Housing
7.3 - Engineering
744,950
7.4 - eThekwini Transport Authority
30,124
7.5 - Sanitation
419,892
7.6 - Cleansing and Solid Waste
151,385
7.7 - Gas to Electricity
Vote 8 - Vote 8 - Electricity
567,382
8.1 - Electricity
567,382
9,317
–
9,317
241,739
–
340
37,588
131
2,415
2,397
172,133
19,528
Original
Budget
133,808
45
193
990
128,579
225
289
57
192
3,239
102,966
176
429
40,487
29
1,330
3,686
55,510
93
251
713
6,495
–
–
974
7,265
4,761
232
1,255
875
2,077
–
1,259
237
505
76
363,535
–
333,378
164
1,591
169
4,973
3,557
19,703
130,242
–
28,023
8,840
–
14,666
78,713
1,801,054
–
49,977
855,877
198,586
573,900
119,723
2,991
519,668
519,668
Vote 9 - Vote 9 - Water
290,601
281,889
9.1 - Water
290,601
281,889
Vote 10 - Vote 10 - Formal Housing
213,809
–
10.1 - Formal Housing
213,809
Vote 11 - Vote 11 - Markets
1,927
7,915
11.1 - Markets
1,927
7,915
Vote 12 - Vote 12 - Airport
52
–
12.1 - Airport
52
–
Vote 13 - Vote 13 - Chief Albert Luthuli International Convertional
– Centre
–
13 - Chief Albert Luthuli International Convertional Centre
Vote 14 - Vote 14 - uShaka Marine World
–
–
Vote 15 - [NAME OF VOTE 15]
–
–
15.1 - [Name of sub-vote]
Capital multi-year expenditure sub-total
2,907,451
3,357,436
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Current Year 2014/15
2011/12
141
4,468
45
3,480
251
618
74
147,019
35
106,135
70
1,135
1,600
5,849
1,906
30,290
122,504
233
31,666
4,696
14,204
57
25,974
45,674
2,314,477
233
64,029
986,517
296,182
822,062
140,062
5,392
526,070
526,070
812,951
812,951
655
655
3,746
3,746
600
600
–
–
–
4,176,529
115
Adjusted
Budget
Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16
Full Year
Forecast
260,111
156,000
–
600
88,560
–
–
–
–
14,951
126,700
–
–
52,000
–
–
4,500
70,200
–
–
–
–
–
–
18,144
–
8,144
–
10,000
–
–
–
500
–
–
500
–
–
157,952
–
58,357
1,170
6,500
540
26,507
22,178
42,700
274,659
–
37,257
44,041
5,000
–
26,480
161,881
3,083,096
–
707,587
688,421
934,638
691,750
50,750
9,950
666,942
666,942
289,411
156,000
–
2,403
122,260
–
644
110
500
7,493
110,892
–
–
49,192
–
–
4,500
57,200
–
–
–
–
–
–
13,630
–
7,344
–
6,286
–
–
–
460
–
–
460
–
–
168,180
–
63,073
1,170
6,555
726
32,020
22,178
42,459
292,898
–
37,257
44,041
8,856
–
26,480
176,263
3,050,968
–
714,455
785,824
805,326
691,750
43,663
9,950
666,942
666,942
13,630
–
7,344
–
6,286
–
–
–
460
–
–
460
–
–
168,180
–
63,073
1,170
6,555
726
32,020
22,178
42,459
292,898
–
37,257
–
44,041
8,856
26,480
176,263
3,050,968
–
714,455
785,824
805,326
691,750
43,663
9,950
666,942
666,942
814,850
814,850
–
814,850
814,850
–
814,850
814,850
–
2,880
2,880
–
2,680
2,680
384
384
–
2,680
2,680
384
384
–
–
–
–
5,405,834
–
–
5,411,294
289,411
156,000
–
2,403
122,260
–
644
110
500
7,493
110,892
–
–
49,192
–
–
4,500
57,200
–
–
–
5,411,294
234,000
234,000
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
81,579
–
–
–
–
–
3,948
77,631
245,000
245,000
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
112,074
–
–
–
–
–
3,496
108,578
257,000
257,000
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
174,163
–
–
–
–
–
4,000
170,163
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
227,643
–
162,500
–
3,765
1,974
19,759
–
39,645
287,072
–
20,926
65,640
–
2,632
21,058
176,816
3,564,334
–
1,218,930
604,596
1,014,874
641,736
84,198
–
636,422
636,422
–
730,156
730,156
–
–
14,407
14,407
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
5,775,613
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
257,152
–
164,750
–
55,265
1,412
5,325
–
30,400
412,178
–
14,831
57,146
–
1,412
15,184
323,605
3,688,898
–
1,108,400
769,787
1,030,540
653,900
126,271
–
666,152
666,152
–
793,119
793,119
–
–
9,500
9,500
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
6,184,073
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
344,290
–
240,000
–
37,790
12,000
3,500
–
51,000
587,832
–
13,340
68,600
–
–
5,195
500,697
3,759,270
–
1,143,986
627,621
1,158,516
683,621
145,527
–
691,100
691,100
–
809,667
809,667
–
–
18,000
18,000
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
6,641,322
ETH eThekwini - Table A5 Budgeted Capital Expenditure by vote, standard classification and funding
Vote Description
R thousand
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Capital expenditure - Municipal Vote
Single-year expenditure appropriation
Vote 1 - Office of the City Manager
191,756
1.1 - City Manager's Office
1.2 - Corporate GIS
279
1.3 - Audit
1,378
1.4 - Information Technology
578
1.5 - Corporate Policy
8
1.6 - Ombudsperson & Investigations
26
1.7 - Legal Services
103
1.8 - Performance Management
187,823
1.9 - Metropolitan Police
1,561
Vote 2 - Finance
75,880
2.1 - Deputy City Manager
54
2.2 - Expenditure
2.3 - Income
718
2.4 - Finance and Major Projects
2,401
2.5 - Internal Control & Business Systems
2.6 - Real Estate
128
2.7 - City Fleet
72,313
2.8 - Durban Energy Office
2.12 - Supply Chain Management
266
2.13 - Durban Transport
2.9 - INK
2.10 - Assessment Rates
2.11 - Miscellaneous
2.12 - Supply Chain Management
Vote 3 - Governance
5,299
3.1 - Deputy City Manager
3.2 - City Hall Administration & City Secretariat
3.3 - Communications
3,763
3.4 - Regional Centres
137
3.5 - Community Participation & Action Support
72
3.6 - SDB
3.7 - International & Governance Relations
1,327
Vote 4 - Corporate and Human Resources
52,742
4.1 - Deputy City Manager
35
4.2 - Human Resources
505
4.3 - Skills Development
577
4.4 - Occupational Health and Safety
4.5 - Management Services and Org. Development
51,625
Vote 5 - Economic Development & Planning
40,322
5.1 - Deputy City Manager
120
5.2 - Economic Development & Facilitation
98
5.3 - City Enterprises
370
5.4 - Business Support
39,011
5.5 - Retail Markets
25
5.6 - Development Planning & Management
367
5.7 - Area Based Management
144
5.8 - Strategic Projects
187
Vote 6 - Vote 6 - Community and Emergency Services
4,914
6.1 - Deputy City Manager
6.2 - Emergency Services
573
6.3 - Disaster and Emergency Services
814
6.4 - Security Management
594
6.5 - Safer Cities
201
6.6 - Health
2,409
6.7 - Parks, Recreation, Cemetries and Culture
323
Vote 7 - Vote 7 - Human Settlements and Infrastructure 201,845
7.1 - Deputy City Manager
252
7.2 - Housing
616
7.3 - Engineering
96,163
7.4 - eThekwini Transport Authority
90,648
7.5 - Sanitation
6,116
7.6 - Cleansing and Solid Waste
8,050
7.7 - Gas to Electricity
Vote 8 - Vote 8 - Electricity
–
8.1 - Electricity
Vote 9 - Vote 9 - Water
2,374
9.1 - Water
2,374
Vote 10 - Vote 10 - Formal Housing
41
10.1 - Formal Housing
41
Vote 11 - Vote 11 - Markets
587
11.1 - Markets
587
Vote 12 - Vote 12 - Airport
52
12.1 - Airport
52
Vote 13 - Vote 13 - Chief Albert Luthuli International Convertional
23,805Centre
13 - Chief Albert Luthuli International Convertional Centre 23,805
Vote 14 - Vote 14 - uShaka Marine World
8,404
14.1 - [Name of sub-vote]
8,404
Capital single-year expenditure sub-total
Total Capital Expenditure
674
Original
Budget
–
674
147
5,500
11,936
10,136
11,936
10,136
10,136
–
10,136
15,200
11,915
11,915
27,350
27,350
–
11,040
–
11,000
–
40
–
8,365
–
–
8,365
–
–
–
–
–
18,100
–
–
2,600
–
–
–
15,500
54,709
1,000
–
1,314
2,160
9,000
41,235
–
11,915
11,915
27,350
27,350
–
200
200
–
200
200
–
200
200
–
85,993
85,993
11,951
11,951
48,520
48,520
11,951
11,951
48,520
48,520
11,951
11,951
53,968
8,555
8,650
6
141
14,375
–
8
–
8
442
15,200
–
8,365
5
8,365
437
67
–
18,100
2,600
26
41
22,826
–
9
109
86,429
86,429
603
603
–
–
81
81
–
14,471
14,471
11,531
11,531
15,500
54,709
1,000
1,314
2,160
9,000
41,235
2,699
20,009
–
–
–
–
–
9,788
9,788
15,305
15,305
Full Year
Forecast
6,000
–
–
–
5,410
–
–
–
–
590
53,968
–
4,738
17,650
–
8,555
8,650
–
5,500
–
Adjusted
Budget
6,000
–
–
–
5,410
–
–
–
–
590
53,968
–
4,738
17,650
–
8,555
8,650
–
–
14,375
–
–
–
4,738
17,650
–
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Current Year 2014/15
2011/12
Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16
92,917
105,260
110,865
92,917
98,992
195
110,370
353
31,307
5,915
24,366
300
12,942
544
6,142
1,026
4,502
1,000
1,042
4,361
2,167
18,410
172
3,800
2,800
8,774
4,000
14,375
9,319
18,280
256
13,391
300
19,074
14,555
545
88
3,092
6,841
612
3,619
2,319
15,465
241
1,031
2,316
11,040
–
11,000
–
40
17,200
4,799
21
4,300
10,740
6,100
360
3,030
669
1,100
2,500
300
1,500
8,365
–
–
8,365
3,031
50
290
5,770
48
76
2,620
60
200
78
2,343
220
50
68
5,338
200
40
2,080
220
60
8,949
8,949
7,839
7,839
3,610
3,610
21,891
21,880
75,378
21,891
21,880
75,378
18,100
–
–
–
2,600
–
–
–
54,709
1,000
–
1,314
2,160
9,000
41,235
–
11,915
11,915
27,350
27,350
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
32,583
32,583
45,155
45,155
–
31,882
31,882
36,091
36,091
–
25,000
25,000
41,989
41,989
608,021
137,279
25,093
305,187
262,254
262,254
271,313
251,278
295,778
3,515,471
3,494,715
4,201,622
5,711,021
5,673,548
5,673,548
6,046,926
6,435,351
6,937,100
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BUDGET SUPPORTING
TABLES
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA1 Supportinging detail to 'Budgeted Financial Performance'
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Current Year 2014/15
Description
R thousand
REVENUE ITEMS:
Property rates
Total Property Rates
less Revenue Foregone
Net Property Rates
5,579,303
1,246,862
4,332,441
Original
Budget
Adjusted
Budget
Full Year
Forecast
Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
2015/16
2016/17
2017/18
6,036,433
1,117,548
4,918,885
6,445,521
1,137,012
5,308,509
7,156,283
1,804,000
5,352,283
7,196,883
1,804,000
5,392,883
7,196,852
1,804,000
5,392,852
7,697,169
1,893,307
5,803,863
8,197,524
2,016,410
6,181,114
8,911,604
2,297,812
6,613,792
10,554,020
76,408
10,477,612
10,596,107
92,967
10,503,140
11,875,324
96,800
11,778,524
13,293,572
104,544
13,189,028
14,815,865
112,908
14,702,957
Service charges - electricity revenue
Total Service charges - electricity revenue 8,376,497
less Revenue Foregone
Net Service charges - electricity revenue 8,376,497
9,177,471
9,444,493
9,177,471
9,444,493
10,554,020
76,408
10,477,612
Service charges - water revenue
Total Service charges - water revenue
less Revenue Foregone
Net Service charges - water revenue
2,696,811
802,526
1,894,285
2,513,317
451,421
2,061,896
2,877,953
582,042
2,295,911
3,504,518
625,094
2,879,423
3,504,518
625,094
2,879,423
3,592,091
625,094
2,966,997
3,985,097
705,470
3,279,627
4,362,278
772,490
3,589,788
4,781,675
845,876
3,935,799
818,256
182,327
635,928
855,581
194,179
661,402
905,293
178,447
726,846
968,737
192,544
776,193
968,737
192,544
776,193
985,015
192,544
792,471
1,062,831
207,755
855,076
1,146,792
224,167
922,624
1,237,386
241,877
995,509
680,124
706,414
800,454
889,386
884,661
944,831
1,014,008
1,085,212
274,920
405,204
294,165
412,249
352,833
447,621
375,459
513,927
889,386
–
375,459
513,927
375,459
509,202
394,806
550,024
425,996
588,012
459,649
625,563
1,424,593
1,759
1,690,569
50,457
1,968,781
1,968,781
1,968,781
2,103,316
2,220,805
2,338,159
263
750,600
2,177,215
12,380
698,180
2,451,586
1,822,833
15,083
211,651
66
335,546
2,385,180
657,431
2,626,212
623,612
2,592,393
631,683
2,600,464
681,610
2,784,926
723,675
2,944,480
767,412
3,105,571
4,197,764
764,327
277,674
442,036
3,820
189,549
14,079
17,884
32,338
182,469
292
4,536,519
784,060
350,693
437,066
5,596,598
935,122
500,315
356,043
4,665
200,288
16,519
18,325
72,634
15,000
750
5,293,172
885,241
454,379
416,438
6,075,243
1,005,273
527,764
356,001
6,540,489
1,083,332
580,871
393,479
7,041,560
1,165,019
623,023
410,152
206,366
16,477
18,458
65,381
15,000
777
224,235
17,884
18,959
74,565
16,500
758
239,588
19,103
20,375
78,745
17,738
758
263,126
20,431
21,895
82,731
19,068
758
6,122,232
100,602
6,021,630
7,079,160
185,431
6,893,729
7,716,258
362,827
7,353,431
5,608,291
943,915
509,007
370,695
4,665
208,639
16,863
18,689
78,554
15,000
750
–
7,775,067
362,827
7,412,240
7,371,689
321,566
7,050,122
8,317,182
344,508
7,972,674
8,974,476
377,595
8,596,881
9,647,762
388,820
9,258,942
1,611,557
1,673,518
1,990,225
1,998,044
1,945,875
2,145,381
2,208,123
2,370,208
20,734
11,815
1,632,291
1,685,333
1,990,225
1,998,044
1,945,875
2,145,381
2,208,123
2,370,208
6,190,307
1,367,167
7,557,474
6,319,701
1,519,887
7,839,588
6,973,528
1,546,732
8,520,259
6,973,528
1,546,094
8,519,622
6,976,149
1,664,201
8,640,349
7,969,552
1,791,213
9,760,765
8,980,888
1,952,422
10,933,310
10,120,563
2,128,140
12,248,703
Service charges - sanitation revenue
Total Service charges - sanitation revenue
less Revenue Foregone
Net Service charges - sanitation revenue
Service charges - refuse revenue
Total refuse removal revenue
Total landfill revenue
less Revenue Foregone
Net Service charges - refuse revenue
Other Revenue by source
Fuel levy
Public Contributions and Donations
Reversal of Loss on Impairment of Loans
Fair Value Adjustment
Other revenue
Total 'Other' Revenue
EXPENDITURE ITEMS:
Employee related costs
Basic Salaries and Wages
3,825,838
Pension and UIF Contributions
1,894,835
Medical Aid Contributions
242,114
Overtime
346,375
Performance Bonus
2,125
Motor Vehicle Allowance
167,670
Cellphone Allowance
12,164
Housing Allowances
19,196
Other benefits and allowances
30,150
Payments in lieu of leave
127,710
Long service awards
664
Post-retirement benefit obligations
sub-total
6,668,841
Less: Employees costs capitalised to PPE92,811
Total Employee related costs
6,576,030
Depreciation & asset impairment
Depreciation of Property, Plant & Equipment 1,537,345
Lease amortisation
Capital asset impairment
12,040
Depreciation resulting from revaluation of PPE
Total Depreciation & asset impairment
1,549,385
Bulk purchases
Electricity Bulk Purchases
Water Bulk Purchases
Total bulk purchases
5,510,492
1,156,478
6,666,970
190,275
15,350
16,715
144,626
603,856
117
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA1 Supportinging detail to 'Budgeted Financial Performance'
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Current Year 2014/15
Description
Original
Budget
Adjusted
Budget
Full Year
Forecast
Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
2015/16
2016/17
2017/18
R thousand
Transfers and grants
Cash transfers and grants
Non-cash transfers and grants
Total transfers and grants
126,094
–
126,094
171,574
–
171,574
166,133
–
166,133
205,214
–
205,214
30,017
26,710
271,552
12,531
33,648
32,751
163,287
23,693
39,374
35,562
182,375
33,000
41,861
223,643
23,926
7,930
256,188
2,033,181
20,287
2,104
–
14,150
3,108
18,905
35,000
322,186
2,280,956
33,936
2,325
312
14,818
4,575
9,555
215,270
448,558
10,946
10,841
391
17,030
2,065
1,484
2,873,398
16,794
15,294
239,107
1,780,196
8,250
1,648
297
20,700
4,012
3,987
9,620
150,379
371,546
10,326
9,508
1,830
358
8,703
1,927
1,199
2,897,897
363
507
1,069
1,803
3,340,788
11,070
210,000
451,047
11,602
11,788
4,500
411
–
500
1,322
3,713,755
–
33,000
42,124
223,606
–
18,905
35,000
309,526
2,278,972
27,674
2,325
188
14,818
4,575
–
11,070
210,000
498,285
11,602
11,788
4,500
411
–
500
1,322
3,740,191
19,216
136,474
26,475
18,231
31,342
23,886
14,242
52,583
31,522
294,115
249,205
178,554
20,583
27,463
47,873
70,901
33,196
41,947
22,803
33,914
48,208
21,180
37,074
44,034
1,525,020
28,051
105,328
38,411
24,849
26,356
25,240
13,778
36,951
30,139
325,211
287,837
209,801
56,143
17,263
58,092
68,028
62,026
42,440
24,716
32,700
53,258
28,259
38,909
51,544
1,685,330
30,264
111,336
79,998
25,527
49,426
93,960
14,224
66,023
38,676
303,730
325,667
249,436
62,185
12,376
39,658
64,708
17,119
57,873
35,596
25,073
95,292
26,152
44,141
56,545
1,924,984
22,355
1,246,098
73,670
26,742
56,333
50,568
19,608
43,959
32,135
390,249
360,096
250,177
55,925
33,833
80,863
78,495
53,409
57,394
29,180
37,934
91,162
31,309
45,150
61,201
3,227,845
Employee related costs
Other materials
43,965
Contracted Services
1,517,259
Other Expenditure
260,301
Total Repairs and Maintenance Expenditure 1,821,525
475,125
58,222
1,063,147
715,208
2,311,701
413,619
55,655
1,200,473
813,701
2,483,448
577,622
2,604
2,290,956
229,868
3,101,050
Contracted services
Ablution Facilities
Cash Receipting Fees
Cleaning Services
Consultant Fees
Consulting Engineers
Contract Disconnections
Contractors - Computers
Contractors Charges
Contractors - Maintenance
Contracts
Durban Beach Monitoring
Easy Pay
Management Fees
Meter Readings
Property Management Fees
Public Conveniences
Public Transport
Security
Shark Meshing Fees
Super Vending
Forensic Investigation
Turnover Fees
Valuation Roll Maintenance
Valuations Appeals Board
Vehicle Tracking
Total contracted services
Other Expenditure By Type
Audit fees
General expenses
Advetising and Marketing
Stores and Material
Waste Disposal
Seminars and training
Chemicals
Insurance
Legal Expenses
Electricity
Water
Fuel and Oil
Hire of Ext Plant and Vehicle
Purchase raw material
Licensing Software
Bus Transport Operational Costs
Asset Management
Telephones
Printing and Stationery
Postage
Refuse Removal
Programming
Rent
Skills Development Levy
Total 'Other' Expenditure
237,627
1,821,525
20,373
1,964
249
15,155
9,509
143,362
264,644
9,742
200,629
–
200,629
194,933
–
194,933
228,961
–
228,961
244,115
–
244,115
257,807
–
257,807
37,751
42,666
206,044
39,609
46,530
249,322
41,612
46,116
264,737
43,693
52,173
275,320
22,963
28,628
302,178
2,345,848
26,462
2,325
–
14,619
3,601
24,111
33,250
340,762
2,297,101
28,806
2,464
–
15,573
4,346
25,316
34,913
364,508
2,486,000
31,310
2,612
–
16,447
4,563
26,582
36,658
389,846
2,692,745
33,422
2,769
–
17,353
4,791
10,601
201,000
500,760
11,602
11,788
2,487
365
–
500
1,322
3,773,509
11,237
220,500
491,487
12,299
11,198
2,612
380
–
525
1,368
3,833,479
11,800
231,525
533,377
13,036
11,758
2,742
403
–
551
1,458
4,124,785
12,388
243,101
576,075
13,819
12,346
2,880
427
–
579
1,531
4,438,499
22,178
1,241,045
72,195
26,628
56,333
50,473
19,608
43,959
30,995
390,603
365,004
250,610
59,541
33,743
80,763
78,495
53,409
57,888
29,122
37,549
91,173
31,309
45,218
61,451
3,229,292
24,699
1,326,775
65,988
27,853
55,043
44,809
24,465
36,942
44,332
326,083
368,532
255,841
52,507
32,646
55,705
46,065
23,144
52,454
29,594
29,337
91,601
28,526
47,784
59,179
3,149,906
23,696
1,474,386
76,900
28,741
57,056
42,374
25,212
34,347
32,766
352,969
407,066
220,018
45,713
31,939
58,523
48,367
24,181
55,244
31,483
27,921
102,042
30,830
56,648
70,599
3,359,022
25,118
1,487,505
78,567
29,671
60,430
40,890
26,464
34,459
35,354
390,490
441,946
242,569
48,063
33,536
61,413
50,787
25,269
57,690
33,164
29,275
112,511
32,225
56,024
74,129
3,507,549
25,118
1,555,894
83,137
29,809
62,281
43,414
27,903
34,574
38,164
422,213
470,559
265,583
50,167
35,213
63,910
53,326
26,413
60,375
34,721
30,700
123,978
33,246
59,151
78,021
3,707,871
577,637
2,604
2,261,088
229,791
3,071,121
539,952
3,163
2,345,848
248,367
3,137,329
582,436
5,267
2,297,101
267,415
3,152,219
612,823
5,455
2,486,000
284,014
3,388,292
642,695
5,713
2,692,745
304,604
3,645,758
by Expenditure Item
118
14,072
17,531
1,569,735
(1,417,015)
145,145
(1,271,870)
Total Expenditure
Surplus/(Deficit)
Transfers recognised - capital
Surplus/(Deficit) after capital transfers &
contributions
Loss on disposal of PPE
7,267,229
7,267,229
2,363,801
1,200
303,556
279,177
323,110
13
Transfers and grants
100,757
235
Other expenditure
Contracted services
Other materials
Bulk purchases
373,845
256,713
Finance charges
Depreciation & asset impairment
745,696
359,669
106,811
1,082,755
Debt impairment
Remuneration of councillors
Employee related costs
Expenditure By Type
(555,914)
(555,914)
558,807
13
158,572
47,690
55,281
828
16,488
98,554
181,381
(427,629)
(427,629)
441,701
121,894
4,346
7,360
308,101
173,773
(671,598)
(845,371)
1,034,047
24
302,830
89,972
85,758
59
198,384
525
356,495
188,676
Total Revenue (excluding capital transfers and contributions)
152,720
9,631,030
14,072
5
2,893
20,923
39,123
30,000
Gains on disposal of PPE
778,312
6,286
119
135,358
(2,316,029)
(2,451,387)
2,699,916
157
363,474
80,999
307,667
1,925
106,266
1,839,429
248,529
7
204,927
2,559,687
44,397
(2,515,290)
5,126,159
25
1,087,921
1,379,762
2,165
50,151
879,666
79,445
1,647,024
2,610,869
6
944,937
19,197
137
238,687
1,609,649
1,370,962
10,726,351
221,416
993,681
7,969,552
221,632
270,985
25,636
1,023,449
12,097,313
3,000
143,651
24,141
311,667
142,799
(168,868)
4,149,698
8
266,982
482,356
1,791,213
617,290
237,111
161,656
593,082
3,980,830
84
582,827
1,103
(200,250)
(200,250)
321,608
55
31,759
9,100
70,722
161,846
1,419
18,000
28,707
121,358
500
78,890
8,936
26,140
17,204
66,433
5
17,625
19,420
43
2,729
4,090
22,522
83,637
10
2,477
147
165,801
206,787
548
548
7,672
6,698
849
125
8,220
3,123
3,123
173,289
78,395
9,769
24,963
60,162
176,411
(29,339)
(29,339)
238,045
118,724
448
35,000
83,873
208,707
3,573,253
3,621,255
48,003
29,477,262
286
3,359,022
228,961
3,833,479
5,267
9,760,765
1,427,941
2,145,381
644,931
98,554
7,972,674
29,525,265
33,612
2,630,016
26,328
83,499
163,249
2,784,926
158
483,003
760,535
1,000
2,146,180
1,920
34,001
46
19
250
10,610
Other revenue
7,799
32
5,169
Transfers recognised - operational
86,559
53
11,423
176,142
550,024
855,076
3,279,627
11,749,044
132,940
5,803,863
Total
13,382
31,110
1,906
30,940
Vote 13 - Chief
Vote 14 Albert Luthuli uShaka Marine
International
World
Convertional
Centre
13,382
450
6,304
69
7,524
2,872
Vote 12Airport
Agency services
2,065
502
170,005
69,406
Vote 11 Markets
26,127
720
2,765
195,714
221
Vote 10 Formal
Housing
Licences and permits
37,082
17,667
3,279,627
Vote 9 - Water
74,410
Interest earned - outstanding debtors
87,268
11,749,044
Vote 8Electricity
Fines
124,541
573,177
Rental of facilities and equipment
Interest earned - external investments
2,256
36,260
479
Service charges - other
4,936
550,024
Service charges - refuse revenue
40,638
Vote 3 Vote 4 Vote 5 Vote 6Vote 7 - Human
Governance Corporate and Economic
Community
Settlements
Human
Development & and Emergency
and
Resources
Planning
Services
Infrastructure
855,076
132,940
5,803,863
Vote 2 Finance
Service charges - sanitation revenue
Service charges - water revenue
Service charges - electricity revenue
3,800
Vote 1 Office of the
City Manager
Property rates - penalties & collection charges
Property rates
Revenue By Source
R thousand
Description
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA2 Matrix Financial Performance Budget (revenue source/expenditure type and dept.)
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA3 Supportinging detail to 'Budgeted Financial Position'
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Current Year 2014/15
Description
Original
Budget
Adjusted
Budget
Full Year
Forecast
Budget Year
2015/16
Budget Year
+1 2016/17
Budget Year
+2 2017/18
R thousand
ASSETS
Call investment deposits
Call deposits < 90 days
Other current investments > 90 days
Total Call investment deposits
3,500,000
1,374,465
4,874,465
547,900
4,350,000
4,897,900
6,149,940
6,149,940
4,800,000
600,000
5,400,000
4,400,000
600,000
5,000,000
4,800,000
200,000
5,000,000
4,700,000
500,000
5,200,000
4,600,000
700,000
5,300,000
4,600,000
800,000
5,400,000
Consumer debtors
Consumer debtors
Less: Provision for debt impairment
Total Consumer debtors
4,492,724
(1,928,593)
2,564,131
4,912,062
(1,987,634)
2,924,428
4,888,009
(2,008,961)
2,879,048
5,540,112
(2,304,835)
3,235,276
5,174,695
(2,209,529)
2,965,165
5,201,202
(2,230,410)
2,970,792
5,696,206
(2,507,463)
3,188,743
6,320,004
(2,805,201)
3,514,803
7,018,358
(3,126,103)
3,892,256
Debt impairment provision
Balance at the beginning of the year
Contributions to the provision
Bad debts written off
Balance at end of year
1,759,385
367,572
(198,364)
1,928,593
1,928,593
245,528
(186,487)
1,987,634
1,987,634
553,736
(532,409)
2,008,961
2,136,088
536,625
(367,878)
2,304,835
2,008,078
569,329
(367,878)
2,209,529
2,008,078
572,692
(350,360)
2,230,410
2,230,410
644,931
(367,878)
2,507,463
2,507,463
684,010
(386,271)
2,805,202
2,805,202
726,487
(405,585)
3,126,104
43,366,737
46,815,754
50,850,803
57,848,497
55,467,943
61,447,973
67,788,940
74,638,747
9,519,916
33,846,821
11,065,209
35,750,545
12,727,082
38,123,721
14,861,936
42,986,561
57,777,671
–
14,861,936
42,915,735
14,086,010
41,381,933
16,171,428
45,276,545
18,318,524
49,470,416
20,628,664
54,010,083
773,025
773,025
957,999
957,999
993,039
993,039
1,095,000
1,095,000
–
1,095,000
1,095,000
1,095,000
1,095,000
1,046,000
1,046,000
1,060,000
1,060,000
1,073,000
1,073,000
4,686,564
587,654
4,863,737
1,039,265
5,733,200
1,328,247
5,033,596
450,000
5,714,294
400,000
5,954,919
350,000
6,210,427
300,000
6,475,841
275,000
5,274,218
5,903,002
7,061,447
5,483,596
5,004,272
450,000
–
5,454,272
6,114,294
6,304,919
6,510,427
6,750,841
10,013,000
9,042,021
9,376,543
9,525,752
9,342,306
9,301,501
9,242,059
9,169,174
10,013,000
9,042,021
9,376,543
9,525,752
9,525,752
–
9,525,752
9,342,306
9,301,501
9,242,059
9,169,174
2,664,486
2,725,419
2,659,382
2,654,674
2,654,674
2,672,679
2,686,042
2,699,473
2,712,970
66,306
221,954
2,952,746
73,220
293,151
3,091,790
82,707
656,458
3,398,547
63,220
387,692
3,105,586
63,220
387,692
3,105,586
89,324
689,281
3,451,283
96,469
792,673
3,575,185
104,187
832,307
3,635,966
112,522
873,922
3,699,414
10,784,167
12,685,794
13,970,806
18,525,252
18,502,388
15,684,922
19,937,907
24,226,079
28,828,071
10,784,167
1,759,890
12,685,794
2,536,242
13,970,806
1,987,004
18,525,252
3,249,830
18,502,388
3,259,302
15,684,922
3,692,132
19,937,907
3,621,255
24,226,079
3,892,000
28,828,071
4,259,956
596,615
594,654
542,522
640,381
688,495
721,517
Property, plant and equipment (PPE)
PPE at cost/valuation (excl. finance leases)
Leases recognised as PPE
Less: Accumulated depreciation
Total Property, plant and equipment (PPE)
LIABILITIES
Current liabilities - Borrowing
Short term loans (other than bank overdraft)
Current portion of long-term liabilities
Total Current liabilities - Borrowing
Trade and other payables
Trade and other creditors
Unspent conditional transfers
VAT
Total Trade and other payables
Non current liabilities - Borrowing
Borrowing
Finance leases (including PPP asset element)
Total Non current liabilities - Borrowing
Provisions - non-current
Retirement benefits
List other major provision items
Refuse landfill site rehabilitation
Other
Total Provisions - non-current
CHANGES IN NET ASSETS
Accumulated Surplus/(Deficit)
Accumulated Surplus/(Deficit) - opening balance
GRAP adjustments
Restated balance
Surplus/(Deficit)
Appropriations to Reserves
Transfers from Reserves
Depreciation offsets
Other adjustments
Accumulated Surplus/(Deficit)
Reserves
Housing Development Fund
Capital replacement
Self-insurance
Other reserves
Revaluation
Total Reserves
TOTAL COMMUNITY WEALTH/EQUITY
12,544,057
15,222,036
15,957,810
22,371,697
22,356,344
19,919,577
24,199,543
28,806,574
33,809,544
260,454
1,838,199
820,082
9,893,258
260,454
2,076,523
905,242
9,065,429
170,364
2,274,745
888,020
10,225,749
210,968
2,299,805
967,397
9,702,677
153,328
2,490,846
967,397
8,688,039
137,995
2,518,245
1,056,129
8,340,031
124,195
2,586,238
1,144,861
7,981,235
111,776
2,596,583
1,233,593
7,649,654
12,811,993
12,307,648
13,558,878
13,180,846
210,968
2,297,305
967,397
8,826,952
–
12,302,621
12,299,609
12,052,400
11,836,529
11,591,605
25,356,050
27,529,684
29,516,688
35,552,543
34,658,965
32,219,186
36,251,942
40,643,103
45,401,149
120
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA4 Reconciliation of IDP strategic objectives and budget (revenue)
Strategic Objective
Goal
R thousand
Develop and Sustain Develop, manage and regulate the Built
our Spatial,Natural
and Natural Environment
and Built
Environment
Climate protection planning
Goal
Code
1
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue &
Expenditure Framework
Current Year 2014/15
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Original
Budget
Adjusted
Budget
Full Year
Forecast
Budget Year
2015/16
Budget Year
+1 2016/17
Budget Year
+2 2017/18
26,882
32,118
35,224
62,018
49,990
45,338
65,727
59,690
65,603
255
2,054
3,224
12,755
17,081
16,058
32,656
4,668
2,484
Developing a
Prosperous, Diverse
Economy and
Employment Creation
Providing Economic Leadership,
Facilitating Private Sector Investment and
Partnership, Leverage, Influence and
Facilitate Key Infrastructure
Development and Maximise the Local
Benefit, Facilitating Development in
Priority Nodes and Corridors, Enterprise
and Sector Development, Developing a
Competitive Tourism Sector , Facilitating
Sustainable Livelihoods
2
412,198
506,685
291,156
488,951
484,206
488,336
494,340
543,111
580,707
Creating a Quality
Living Environment
Meet Infrastructure & Household Service
Needs and Backlogs
3
13,560,151
14,288,143
14,126,268
16,649,711
15,800,006
16,217,078
17,467,829
19,249,368
21,173,292
68,657
203,059
583,516
382,666
1,227,835
1,113,133
1,421,064
1,476,583
1,593,254
102,288
165,751
295,194
152,897
157,616
127,088
129,901
133,936
139,686
11,349
73,372
97,190
70,350
81,250
81,156
79,484
85,972
83,096
15,831
20,560
11,260
12,860
12,860
11,790
14,072
14,776
15,662
26
3,709
29
32
32
30
33
34
35
5
–
15
–
402
8,818
50,864
93,509
94,632
100,755
131,163
111,358
159,739
156,672
158,818
2,940
4,007
4,758
2,868
4,708
3,631
2,725
2,811
1,902
21,752
45,286
30,616
25,627
25,127
32,812
34,454
36,254
37,900
6,655,021
7,575,915
8,850,431
8,762,249
8,803,083
8,878,069
9,623,242
10,329,912
11,147,273
20,928,620
23,022,987
24,423,513
26,725,375
26,794,956
27,125,876
29,525,265
32,093,787
34,999,711
Address community services backlogs
Fostering a Socially
Equitable
Environment
Promoting the safety of citizens
4
Promoting the health of citizens
Creating a Platform Human Capital Development
for
Growth,Empowermen
t and Skills
Develop the City as a learning City
5
Healthy and productive employees
Embracing our
Ensure inclusive acess to arts,
cultural diversity,arts culture,aports,recreation and heritage
and heritage
resources
Utilise arts, culture ,sports, recreation and
heritage resources to achieve socio
economic empowerment.Utilise
agriculture and conservation and
mentorships to achieve socio-economic
opportunities.
6
Good Governance
and Responsive
Local Government
7
Ensure accessibility and promote
governance.
Create an efficient, effective and
accountable government
Financially
Accountable and
Sustainable City
Strategic and sustainable budgeting,
Grow and diversify our revenues ,Value
for money expenditure,Sound financial
management & reporting , Durban Energy
Office and INK ABM
8
1,635
Allocations to other priorities
Total Revenue (excluding capital transfers and contributions)
121
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA5 Reconciliation of IDP strategic objectives and budget (operating expenditure)
Strategic Objective
Goal
R thousand
Develop and Sustain
Develop, manage and regulate the
our Spatial,Natural and Built and Natural Environment
Built Environment
Goal
Code
1
Climate protection planning
Developing a
Prosperous, Diverse
Economy and
Employment Creation
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
250,427
268,641
276,673
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Current Year 2014/15
Original
Budget
Adjusted
Budget
Full Year
Forecast
331,793
313,403
311,972
Budget Year
2015/16
Budget Year
+1 2016/17
Budget Year
+2 2017/18
353,856
377,734
401,458
121,001
136,646
188,259
192,113
162,882
208,123
206,180
234,063
600,005
661,945
855,598
1,007,044
975,393
961,404
1,079,023
1,138,731
1,215,801
3
14,235,674
14,630,598
15,661,747
17,582,286
17,560,197
17,732,596
19,423,026
21,222,655
23,261,529
1,147,809
704,695
1,456,093
1,614,582
1,703,600
1,597,008
1,853,787
2,001,513
2,155,215
1,051,144
1,073,527
1,433,345
1,358,689
1,360,664
1,398,668
1,511,763
1,626,489
1,744,968
273,703
322,730
220,387
280,307
275,830
239,574
303,276
318,061
339,323
64,208
80,166
100,442
131,175
131,176
126,353
148,784
158,295
167,441
Develop the City as a learning City
7,960
8,320
8,810
15,153
13,153
12,924
16,661
17,288
18,169
Healthy and productive employees
154,657
181,746
192,710
242,733
243,357
213,083
254,874
268,352
287,826
44,357
52,309
58,209
77,450
80,229
70,304
79,291
86,439
90,793
504,011
551,010
553,913
585,068
577,874
591,150
601,447
628,334
660,914
155,071
199,433
244,926
265,305
280,259
266,166
296,335
312,867
329,840
799,564
847,355
910,169
976,249
1,048,269
1,001,364
1,073,878
1,134,352
1,207,115
1,315,296
2,415,013
2,367,851
2,197,194
2,187,077
2,056,614
2,273,179
2,386,815
2,516,347
20,719,649
22,118,491
24,477,520
26,853,284
26,942,594
26,742,063
29,477,302
31,884,104
34,630,804
Promoting the safety of citizens
4
Promoting the health of citizens
Creating a Platform for Human Capital Development
Growth,Empowerment
and Skills Development
Ensure inclusive acess to arts,
culture,sports,recreation and
heritage resources
5
6
Promote sport development and
recreation within the city
Good Governance and
Responsive Local
Government
2013/14
115,764
Address community services
backlogs
Embracing our cultural
diversity,arts and
heritage
2012/13
2
Providing Economic Leadership,
Facilitating Private Sector Investment
and Partnership, Leverage, Influence
and Facilitate Key Infrastructure
Development and Maximise the
Local Benefit, Facilitating
Development in Priority Nodes and
Corridors, Enterprise and Sector
Development, Developing a
Competitive Tourism Sector ,
Facilitating Sustainable Livelihoods
Creating a Quality Living Meet Infrastructure & Household
Environment
Service Needs and Backlogs
Fostering a Socially
Equitable Environment
2011/12
Ensure accessibility and promote
governance.
7
Create an efficient, effective and
accountable government
Financially Accountable Strategic and sustainable budgeting,
and Sustainable City
Grow and diversify our revenues
,Value for money expenditure,Sound
financial management & reporting
and Durban Energy Office
8
Allocations to other priorities
Total Expenditure
122
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA6 Reconciliation of IDP strategic objectives and budget (capital expenditure)
Strategic Objective
Goal
R thousand
Develop and Sustain our Develop, manage and regulate the built
Spatial,Natural and Built and natural environment
Environment
Developing a
Prosperous, Diverse
Economy and
Employment Creation
Providing Economic Leadership,
Facilitating Private Sector Investment and
Partnership, Leverage, Influence and
Facilitate Key Infrastructure Development
and Maximise the Local Benefit,
Facilitating Development in Priority Nodes
and Corridors, Enterprise and Sector
Development, Developing a Competitive
Tourism Sector , Facilitating Sustainable
Livelihoods
Creating a Quality Living Meet Infrastructure & Household Service
Environment
Needs and Backlogs
Goal
Code
Promoting the safety of citizens
Ensure inclusive acess to arts,
culture,aports,recreation and heritage
resources
Ensure accessibility and promote
governance.
Audited
Outcome
Original
Budget
Full Year
Forecast
Budget Year
2015/16
Budget Year
+1 2016/17
Budget Year
+2 2017/18
5,410
5,849
3,150
3,150
3,150
3,159
2,825
3,500
264,191
236,631
236,631
319,660
337,570
428,399
3
2,743,478
2,785,120
3,629,453
4,658,863
4,684,251
4,684,251
4,859,886
5,070,704
5,224,850
130,129
56,765
97,478
111,862
111,862
135,984
206,469
415,383
25,998
33,738
50,855
103,849
88,733
88,733
20,926
20,746
13,640
15,453
14,666
25,974
26,480
26,480
26,480
21,058
15,184
5,195
14,500
7,933
7,933
68,271
58,558
68,600
1,200
3,570
3,570
110,117
104,144
114,865
33,832
33,832
33,832
21,913
33,976
32,376
4
5
6
7
8
3,958
505
4,468
15,103
17,180
5,928
2,023
45,674
46,070
46,070
46,070
27,869
90,999
56,548
17,349
10,080
7,265
30,080
23,766
23,766
18,280
13,391
19,074
142,860
177,244
133,808
250,660
242,411
242,411
326,917
344,345
367,565
325,376
241,885
102,966
180,668
164,859
164,859
112,886
136,440
187,105
–
–
3,515,472
3,494,715
4,201,622
5,711,021
5,673,548
5,673,548
6,046,926
6,435,351
6,937,100
Allocations to other priorities
Total Capital Expenditure
Adjusted
Budget
195,309
Create an efficient, effective and
accountable government
Financially Accountable Strategic and sustainable budgeting,
and Sustainable City
Grow and diversify our revenues ,Value
for money expenditure,Sound financial
management & reporting, Durban Energy
Office and INK
Audited
Outcome
150,099
Utilise arts, culture ,sports, recreation and
heritage resources to achieve socio
economic empowerment.Utilise
agriculture and conservation and
mentorships to achieve socio-economic
opportunities.
Good Governance and
Responsive Local
Government
Audited
Outcome
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Current Year 2014/15
89,840
Healthy and productive employees
Embracing our cultural
diversity,arts and
heritage
2013/14
2
Promoting the health of citizens
Creating a Platform for Human Capital Development
Growth,Empowerment
and Skills Development
2012/13
1
Address community services backlogs
Fostering a Socially
Equitable Environment
2011/12
123
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA7 Measureable performance objectives
Description
Unit of measurement
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Current Year 2014/15
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Original
Budget
Adjusted
Budget
Full Year
Forecast
Budget Year
2015/16
Budget Year
+1 2016/17
Budget Year
+2 2017/18
15000
9049
35351
16000
16432
16432
16600
16400
16200
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
6
6
Vote - Procurement and Infrastructure
Function - Waste Water Management
Sub-function 1 - Sewerage
Number of households
Reduction in backlogs: Access to sanitation
Sub-function 2 - Waste Management
Number of households
Access to refuse removal
Sub-function 3 - Solid Waste
Extension / New landfill sites
Number of landfill sites
3
3
4
4
4
6
6
Lane km's
9
12
4
12
12
12
12
Km's
13
7
11
4
17
17
16
8
12
Km's
36
40
40
34
80
80
22
30
10
Number of bridges
9
10
1
1
1
Number of taxi ranks
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
0
0
Number of households
2500
1974
4578
1300
600
600
800
720
600
Number of households
12908
16525
13000
14000
14000
14000
16000
16500
16800
Number of substations
2
2
3
1
1
1
1
2
2
3389
4181
6823
8500
7500
7500
6500
7400
7800
999
577
475
440
440
440
440
440
440
Function - Road Tranport
Sub-function 1 - Roads
Provision of new access roads
Sub-function 2 - Roads Other
Gravel to asphalt road surfacing
Sub-function 3 - Roads Other
Provision of new sidewalks and
footpaths
Sub-function 4 - Roads Other
Provision of new pedestrian bridges
Sub-function 5 - Roads Other
Provision of new taxi ranks
Function 1 - Water
Sub-function 1 - Water Distribution
Reduction in backlogs: Access to water
Function 1 - Electricity
Sub-function 1 - Electricity
Distribution
Provision of new electricity connections
Sub-function 2 - Electricity Distribution
Provision of new substations
Function - Formal Housing
Sub-function 1 - Housing
Provision of new housing units
Number of houses
Insert measure/s description
Function - Coastal, Stromwater
Sub-function 1 - Coastal, Stormwater &
Catchment Management
Stormwater solutions
And so on for the rest of the Votes
No of properties benefiting
124
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA8 Performance indicators and benchmarks
Description of financial
indicator
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Current Year 2014/15
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Basis of calculation
Original Budget
Adjusted
Budget
Full Year
Forecast
Budget Year
2015/16
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
2016/17
2017/18
Borrowing Management
Credit Rating
AA
AA
-AA
-AA
-AA
-AA
Capital Charges to
Operating Expenditure
Interest & Principal Paid /Operating
Expenditure
6.3%
7.8%
8.2%
8.2%
8.1%
8.8%
8.9%
8.0%
7.5%
Capital Charges to Own
Revenue
Finance charges & Repayment of borrowing
/Own Revenue
6.8%
8.3%
9.0%
9.2%
9.0%
9.6%
9.7%
8.6%
8.1%
51.3%
0.4%
66.0%
42.9%
44.1%
42.3%
40.4%
36.3%
32.8%
78.2%
73.5%
69.2%
72.3%
77.4%
76.0%
77.2%
78.1%
79.1%
Borrowed funding of 'own' Borrowing/Capital expenditure excl. transfers
capital expenditure
and grants and contributions
Safety of Capital
Gearing
Long Term Borrowing/ Funds & Reserves
Liquidity
Current Ratio
Current assets/current liabilities
1.4
1.2
1.2
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.3
Current Ratio adjusted for Current assets less debtors > 90 days/current
aged debtors
liabilities
1.4
1.2
1.2
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.3
Liquidity Ratio
0.7
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.7
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
Monetary Assets/Current Liabilities
Revenue Management
Annual Debtors
Last 12 Mths Receipts/Last 12 Mths Billing
Collection Rate (Payment
Level %)
Current Debtors
Collection Rate (Cash
receipts % of Ratepayer
& Other revenue)
Outstanding Debtors to
Revenue
Total Outstanding Debtors to Annual
Revenue
Longstanding Debtors
Recovered
Debtors > 12 Mths Recovered/Total Debtors
> 12 Months Old
96.2%
96.2%
93.4%
96.8%
96.8%
0.0%
96.1%
95.9%
96.2%
96.4%
93.1%
96.8%
96.8%
93.8%
96.1%
95.9%
95.9%
26.7%
23.5%
23.1%
22.5%
21.5%
21.5%
20.9%
20.7%
20.4%
100.0%
100.0%
93.3%
87.5%
83.6%
97.8%
103.8%
109.5%
119.3%
134.4%
152.8%
664,796,777
667,412,169
687,009,986
658,129,864
658,129,864
658,129,864
687,009,986
687,009,986
687,009,986
Creditors Management
Creditors System
Efficiency
% of Creditors Paid Within Terms
(within`MFMA' s 65(e))
Creditors to Cash and
Investments
100.0%
Other Indicators
Total Volume Losses (kW)
Total Cost of Losses (Rand '000)
Electricity Distribution
Losses (2)
364,000,000
396,000,000
424,000,000
399,368,000
399,368,000
454,000,000
518,649,000
592,500,000
676,880,000
% Volume (units purchased and generated
less units sold)/units purchased and
generated
Total Volume Losses (kℓ)
5.85%
5.85%
6.11%
5.85%
5.85%
6.00%
6%
6%
6%
112,121,754
119,966,557
131,021,634
124,344,703
124,344,703
140,532,503
133,051,997
126,007,027
118,922,158
Total Cost of Losses (Rand '000)
Water Distribution Losses
(2)
% Volume (units purchased and generated
less units sold)/units purchased and
generated
410,926,228
513,336,897
602,600,000
619,236,623
619,236,623
632,396,262
644,836,502
663,823,354
681,004,666
35.30%
31.4%
37.30%
26.2%
39.40%
28.2%
38.00%
27.5%
38.00%
27.7%
38.00%
26.0%
36.00%
27.0%
34.00%
26.8%
32.00%
26.5%
Employee costs
Employee costs/(Total Revenue - capital
revenue)
Remuneration
Total remuneration/(Total Revenue - capital
revenue)
31.9%
26.5%
29.0%
28.9%
29.0%
27.2%
28.2%
28.0%
27.6%
Repairs & Maintenance
R&M/(Total Revenue excluding capital
revenue)
8.7%
10.0%
10.2%
11.6%
11.5%
11.6%
10.7%
10.6%
10.4%
Finance charges &
Depreciation
FC&D/(Total Revenue - capital revenue)
11.6%
11.2%
10.4%
11.9%
11.9%
12.0%
12.1%
11.5%
11.1%
IDP regulation financial viability indicators
i. Debt coverage
(Total Operating Revenue - Operating
Grants)/Debt service payments due within
financial year)
ii.O/S Service Debtors to Total outstanding service debtors/annual
Revenue
revenue received for services
iii. Cost coverage
(Available cash + Investments)/monthly fixed
operational expenditure
15.3
32.5%
12.7
29.3%
3.4
13.5
29.2%
3.6
28.3%
4.0
125
15.0
15.0
26.9%
2.8
15.0
27.4%
2.6
13.0
26.4%
2.9
13.8
25.8%
2.5
15.0
25.4%
2.1
1.8
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA9 Social, economic and demographic statistics and assumptions
Description of economic indicator
Demographics
Population
2001 Census
2007 Survey
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
Current Year 2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
2014/15
Framework
2011 Census
Original
Budget
Outcome
Outcome
Outcome
3,114
580
282
266
589
477
3,468
605
298
281
623
468
3,718
629
332
328
773
497
3,718
629
332
339
773
497
3,750
693
345
354
823
548
3,768
699
358
369
835
604
3,789
705
371
380
848
665
3,790
711
380
389
389
389
3,884
729
395
408
369
379
3,981
748
410
428
351
370
No income (000)
0-2400
R2400-R6000
R6000-R12000
R12000-R18000
R18000-R30000
R30000-R42000
R42000-R54000
R54000-R72000
R72000-R96000
R96000-R132000
R132000-R192000
R192000-R360000
R360000-R600000
R600000-R1200000
R1200000-R2400000
R2400000+
Poverty profiles (no. of households)
13,782
53,260
105,941
87,247
125,131
88,208
57,755
57,799
46,506
46,960
48,662
53,319
21,268
5,325
665
144
4,832
26,863
73,625
82,605
110,192
92,250
69,720
77,290
64,743
60,376
68,403
92,415
47,574
23,801
4,932
727
712
10,227
49,831
66,287
96,728
96,323
74,907
78,509
66,941
72,883
78,471
103,004
60,647
36,421
8,712
1,093
207
4,910
43,768
60,193
92,496
99,831
76,632
77,114
66,870
70,065
77,917
110,980
61,999
44,716
10,345
1,023
159
4,357
33,670
46,306
71,156
76,798
58,952
59,323
51,442
53,900
59,940
85,375
47,695
34,399
7,959
787
123
3,866
29,876
41,088
63,139
68,145
52,310
52,639
45,646
47,827
53,187
75,756
42,321
30,523
7,062
698
94
3,430
28,420
40,992
62,321
68,681
53,854
55,064
47,108
49,153
55,955
84,798
49,711
37,491
8,722
862
–
805
9,357
47,901
65,808
105,910
99,971
84,857
88,381
79,021
79,593
87,719
117,932
68,574
41,998
11,171
–
477
6,909
44,442
60,728
108,359
107,069
89,029
95,767
84,332
84,642
93,351
146,090
94,381
70,516
19,249
–
282
5,101
41,233
56,041
110,865
114,669
93,407
103,770
90,000
90,011
99,345
180,971
129,901
118,399
33,170
< R2 060 per household per month
Insert description
970,000
992,000
960,000
1,073,000
1,111,000
1,111,786
1,112,572
1,114,000
1,115,430
1,116,860
3,114,379
987,825
814,617
260,000
3,468,086
955,000
833,859
275,000
3,699,290
920,000
957,000
290,000
3,728
896
982
315
3,750
798
1,001
325
3,776
702
1,021
335
3,802
617
1,041
345
3,828
542
1,061
355
3,928
503
1,081
369
4,031
466
1,101
384
595,685
218,932
814,617
6,000
636,932
196,927
833,859
7,500
656,870
185,620
842,490
9,378
728,192
159,330
887,522
3,389
778,614
143,316
921,930
4,181
832,528
128,911
961,439
6,823
890,174
115,954
1,006,128
7,500
774,530
286,470
1,061,000
6,500
789,130
291,870
1,081,000
7,400
803,730
297,270
1,101,000
7,800
6,000
7,500
9,378
3,389
4,181
6,823
7,500
6,500
7,400
7,800
Females aged 5 - 14
Males aged 5 - 14
Females aged 15 - 34
Males aged 15 - 34
Unemployment
households)
Household/demographics (000)
Number of people in municipal area
Number of poor people in municipal area
Number of households in municipal area
Number of poor households in municipal
area
Definition
of poor household (R per month)
Housing statistics
Formal
Informal
Total number of households
Dwellings provided by municipality
Dwellings provided by province/s
Dwellings provided by private sector
Total new housing dwellings
Economic
Inflation/inflation outlook (CPIX)
Interest rate - borrowing
Interest rate - investment
Remuneration increases
Consumption growth (electricity)
Consumption growth (water)
Collection rates
Property tax/service charges
Rental of facilities & equipment
Interest - external investments
Interest - debtors
Revenue from agency services
4.9%
9.5%
6.0%
8.5%
1.5%
1.5%
5.9%
9.0%
5.4%
6.0%
1.5%
1.5%
5.9%
9.0%
5.4%
6.0%
1.5%
1.5%
5.6%
10.5%
5.6%
6.0%
1.5%
1.5%
5.8%
10.0%
6.5%
5.5%
11.0%
7.0%
5.3%
11.5%
7.5%
1.0%
3.2%
1.0%
3.4%
1.0%
2.8%
98.0%
100.0%
100.0%
98.0%
100.0%
100.0%
98.0%
100.0%
100.0%
98.0%
100.0%
100.0%
98.0%
100.0%
100.0%
98.0%
100.0%
100.0%
98.0%
100.0%
100.0%
126
ETH eThekwini Supporting Table SA10 Funding measurement
Description
MFMA section
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
2015/16
2016/17
2017/18
Current Year 2014/15
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Original
Budget
Adjusted
Budget
Full Year
Forecast
Pre-audit
outcome
Funding measures
Cash/cash equivalents
18(1)b
at the year end 5,025,483
- R'000
5,559,709
6,859,693
5,148,302
4,822,038
5,217,163
–
4,990,786
4,619,437
4,238,331
Cash + investments 18(1)b
at the yr end less applications
2,199,461 - R'000
1,535,107
1,629,322
2,419,517
1,629,894
729,494
–
952,518
1,014,024
1,158,175
3.6
4.0
2.8
2.6
2.9
–
2.5
2.1
1.8
2,536,242
1,987,004
3,846,444
3,853,956
4,234,654
–
4,261,636
4,580,495
4,981,473
Cash year end/monthly
18(1)b
employee/supplier payments
3.4
Surplus/(Deficit) excluding
18(1) depreciation1,759,890
offsets: R'000
Service charge rev18(1)a,(2)
% change - macro CPIX
N.A. target exclusive
4.2%
0.2%
3.4%
(5.8%)
(5.3%)
(106.0%)
5.0%
3.8%
3.8%
Cash receipts % of18(1)a,(2)
Ratepayer & Other96.2%
revenue
93.1%
96.8%
96.8%
93.8%
0.0%
96.1%
95.9%
95.9%
96.4%
Debt impairment expense
18(1)a,(2)
as a % of total
2.5%
billable revenue6.1%
8.7%
2.8%
2.8%
2.8%
0.0%
2.9%
2.8%
2.7%
99.9%
100.2%
100.0%
100.0%
100.0%
0.0%
100.0%
100.0%
100.0%
Borrowing receipts %18(1)c
of capital expenditure
51.3%(excl. transfers)
0.4%
66.0%
42.9%
44.1%
42.3%
0.0%
Capital payments %
18(1)c;19
of capital expenditure
99.4%
Grants % of Govt. legislated/gazetted
18(1)a
allocations
40.4%
36.3%
32.8%
101.2%
100.7%
100.3%
Current consumer debtors
18(1)a % change - incr(decr)
N.A.
(0.9%)
5.7%
5.5%
(4.5%)
2.3%
(100.0%)
8.5%
7.5%
7.8%
Long term receivables
18(1)a
% change - incr(decr)
N.A.
(46.5%)
(40.4%)
69.7%
0.5%
(37.3%)
(100.0%)
(37.9%)
1.9%
2.0%
R&M % of Property20(1)(vi)
Plant & Equipment5.4%
6.5%
6.5%
7.2%
7.2%
7.6%
0.0%
7.0%
6.8%
6.8%
Asset renewal % of20(1)(vi)
capital budget
42.5%
38.8%
31.7%
30.0%
30.0%
0.0%
46.7%
45.4%
46.9%
33.2%
127
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA11 Property rates summary
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Current Year 2014/15
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Description
Original Budget
Adjusted Budget Full Year Forecast
Budget Year
2015/16
Budget Year +1
2016/17
Budget Year +2
2017/18
Valuation:
Date of valuation:
Financial year valuation used
Municipal by-laws s6 in place? (Y/N)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Municipal/assistant valuer appointed? (Y/N)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Municipal partnership s38 used? (Y/N)
No
No
No
No
No. of assistant valuers (FTE)
30
100
40
40
30
30
24
24
24
No. of data collectors (FTE)
50
50
50
50
25
25
15
15
15
No. of internal valuers (FTE)
4
23
24
24
25
25
25
25
25
No. of external valuers (FTE)
6
6
5
5
–
–
–
–
–
371,379
505,437
509,082
509,082
509,082
510,000
511,500
513,000
515,000
95,871
115,558
115,560
115,570
115,570
111,558
113,000
116,000
118,000
3
3
No. of additional valuers (FTE)
Valuation appeal board established? (Y/N)
Implementation time of new valuation roll (mths)
No. of properties
No. of sectional title values
No. of unreasonably difficult properties s7(2)
No. of supplementary valuations
No. of valuation roll amendments
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
11,600
12,000
11,600
11,600
12,500
15,000
17,000
No. of objections by rate payers
100
120
120
120
50
200
25,000
No. of appeals by rate payers
112
85
10
20
10
10
20
50
2,500
No. of successful objections
100
87
97
97
40
40
20
80
1,000
18,962
125
61
60
20
20
10
40
500
6,472,506,050
2,000,000,000
2,000,000,000
3,000,000,000
4,000,000,000
5,000,000,000
No. of successful objections > 10%
Supplementary valuation
224,702,500
Public service infrastructure value (Rm)
152
Municipality owned property value (Rm)
Total valuation reductions:
–
Total value used for rating (Rm)
–
–
–
421,670
318,360
421,670
437,938
–
–
–
–
–
Total land value (Rm)
Total value of improvements (Rm)
Total market value (Rm)
Rating:
Residential rate used to determine rate for other
categories? (Y/N)
Differential rates used? (Y/N)
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Limit on annual rate increase (s20)? (Y/N)
No
No
No
No
Special rating area used? (Y/N)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Phasing-in properties s21 (number)
No
No
No
No
Rates policy accompanying budget? (Y/N)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
6,613,792
Fixed amount minimum value (R'000)
Rate revenue:
Rate revenue budget (R '000)
4,332,441
4,963,652
5,308,509
5,352,283
5,392,883
5,392,852
5,803,863
6,181,114
Rate revenue expected to collect (R'000)
4,332,441
4,963,652
5,308,509
5,352,283
5,392,883
5,392,852
5,803,863
6,181,114
Expected cash collection rate (%)
100.0%
100.0%
100.0%
100.0%
100.0%
100.0%
100.0%
100.0%
6,613,792
100.0%
Special rating areas (R'000)
Rebates, exemptions - indigent (R'000)
465,696
365,555
204,460
225,639
225,639
225,639
218,567
233,649
250,015
Rebates, exemptions - pensioners (R'000)
102,919
306,895
321,486
231,864
231,864
231,864
343,669
367,382
393,098
595,627
585,385
1,059,896
1,346,497
1,346,497
1,346,497
1,132,623
1,210,814
1,295,571
1,164,242
1,257,835
1,585,842
1,804,000
1,804,000
1,804,000
1,694,859
1,811,845
1,939
Rebates, exemptions - bona fide farm. (R'000)
Rebates, exemptions - other (R'000)
Phase-in reductions/discounts (R'000)
Total rebates,exemptns,reductns,discs (R'000)
128
No. of supplementary valuations
31
No. of objections by rate-payers
15
No. of successful objections > 10%
4
Market
Market
Frequency of valuation (select)
Method of valuation used (select)
Base of valuation (select)
Total rebates,exemptns,reductns,discs (R'000)
Phase-in reductions/discounts (R'000)
Rebates, exemptions - other (R'000)
236
Rebates, exemptions - pensioners (R'000)
Rebates, exemptions - bona fide farm. (R'000)
366
307
Rebates, exemptions - indigent (R'000)
Special rating areas (R'000)
100.0%
1,515
Rate revenue expected to collect (R'000)
Expected cash collection rate (%)
1,515
0.009140
251
Rate revenue budget (R '000)
Average rate
Rating:
Valuation reductions-mineral rights (Rm)
Valuation reductions-nature reserves/park (Rm)
Valuation reductions-public infrastructure (Rm)
Valuation reductions:
Uniform
Flat rate used? (Y/N)
Is balance rated by uniform rate/variable rate?
No
Yes
Combination of rating types used? (Y/N)
Phasing-in properties s21 (number)
1
Years since last valuation (select)
Estimated no. of properties not valued
15
No. of successful objections
No. of appeals by rate-payers finalised
No. of appeals by rate-payers
2,736
No. of valuation roll amendments
Supplementary valuation (Rm)
3
103,653
No. of unreasonably difficult properties s7(2)
453,029
No. of properties
Resi.
No. of sectional title property values
Valuation:
Current Year 2014/15
Description
40
100.0%
6
1,273
1,273
0.002674
Uniform
Yes
No
Market
Market
4
1
12
12
5
34
3
2,839
6,999
Indust.
59
100.0%
196
1,587
1,587
0.020720
Uniform
Yes
No
Market
Market
4
1
3
5,066
15,097
1
100.0%
0
3
3
0.002280
Uniform
Yes
No
Market
Market
4
1
3
1,020
Bus. & Comm. Farm props.
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA12a Property rates by category (current year)
Uniform
Yes
No
Market
Market
4
1
26
3
24,538
State-owned
129
Uniform
Yes
No
Market
Market
4
1
15
3
20,110
Muni props.
11
100.0%
7
17
17
0.002280
Uniform
Yes
No
Market
Market
4
1
9
9
27
3
567
Public service
infra.
Private
owned
towns
32
Formal &
Informal
Settle.
Comm.
Land
State trust Section
land
8(2)(n) (note
1)
Protect.
Areas
National
Monum/ts
Uniform
Yes
No
Market
Market
4
1
8
3
2,920
Public
benefit
organs.
Mining
Props.
33
–
–
12
12
No. of appeals by rate-payers
No. of appeals by rate-payers finalised
No. of successful objections
No. of successful objections > 10%
4
Market
Market
Frequency of valuation (select)
Method of valuation used (select)
Base of valuation (select)
Total rebates,exemptns,reductns,discs (R'000)
Phase-in reductions/discounts (R'000)
Rebates, exemptions - other (R'000)
1,133
344
Rebates, exemptions - bona fide farm. (R'000)
219
Rebates, exemptions - pensioners (R'000)
100.0%
0.011150
Rebates, exemptions - indigent (R'000)
Special rating areas (R'000)
Expected cash collection rate (%)
Rate revenue expected to collect (R'000)
Rate revenue budget (R '000)
Average rate
Rating:
Total market value (Rm)
Total value of improvements (Rm)
Total land value (Rm)
Total value used for rating (Rm)
Total valuation reductions:
Uniform
Flat rate used? (Y/N)
Is balance rated by uniform rate/variable rate?
No
Yes
Combination of rating types used? (Y/N)
Phasing-in properties s21 (number)
3
Years since last valuation (select)
Estimated no. of properties not valued
5,665
No. of objections by rate-payers
6,182,532,986
3
453,029
Resi.
No. of valuation roll amendments
Supplementary valuation (Rm)
No. of supplementary valuations
No. of unreasonably difficult properties s7(2)
No. of sectional title property values
No. of properties
Valuation:
Budget Year 2015/16
Description
100.0%
0.032620
Uniform
Yes
No
Market
Market
4
3
–
–
–
–
2
170
2,726,798,000
3
6,999
Indust.
3
3
100.0%
0.025280
Uniform
Yes
No
Market
Market
4
3
–
–
6
510
4,818,726,000
3
15,097
Bus. & Comm.
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA12b Property rates by category (budget year)
1
1
100.0%
0.002790
Uniform
Yes
No
Market
Market
4
3
–
–
1
54
303,366,800
3
1,020
Farm props.
3
Uniform
Yes
No
Market
Market
4
–
–
–
–
–
3
24,538
State-owned
3
100.0%
0.002790
Uniform
Yes
No
Market
Market
4
–
–
–
–
–
3
20,110
Muni props.
130
3
Uniform
Yes
No
Market
Market
4
–
–
2
2
9
145
177,785,700
3
567
Public service
Private
infra.
owned towns
Formal &
Informal
Settle.
3
4
641
1,249,400,900
Comm. Land
State trust
land
Section
8(2)(n)
(note 1)
Protect.
Areas
National
Monum/ts
Uniform
Yes
No
Market
Market
4
1
3
2,920
Public benefit
organs.
Mining Props.
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA13a Service Tariffs by category
Description
Provide
description of
tariff structure
where
appropriate
Property rates (rate in the Rand)
Residential properties
Residential properties - vacant land
Formal/informal settlements
Small holdings
Farm properties - used
Farm properties - not used
Industrial properties
Business and commercial properties
Public service infrastructure
Privately owned towns serviced by the owner
State trust land
Restitution and redistribution properties
Protected areas
National monuments properties
Exemptions, reductions and rebates (Rands)
Residential properties
R15 000 threshhold rebate
General residential rebate
Indigent rebate or exemption
Pensioners/social grants rebate or exemption
2011/12
Waste water tariffs
Domestic
Volumetric charge - Block 1 (c/kl)
Volumetric charge - Block 2 (c/kl)
Volumetric charge - Block 3 (c/kl)
Volumetric charge - Block 4 (c/kl)
Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
2015/16
2016/17
2017/18
1.043c
1.115c
1.187c
1.270c
0.227c
0.228c
0.244c
0.261c
0.279c
0.297c
0.318c
2.655c
2.057c
0.227c
2.674c
2.072c
0.228c
2.859c
2.215c
0.244c
3.053c
2.366c
0.261c
3.262c
2.528c
0.279c
3.474c
2.692c
0.297c
3.717c
2.880c
0.318c
4.345c
4.376c
4.68c
5.00c
5.35c
5.720c
4.345c
4.376c
4.68c
5.00c
5.35c
5.720c
15,000
507,151,929
507,151,929
112,080,777
15,000
560,382,471
365,554,523
306,895,028
83
(describe
structure)
(fill in
thresholds)
(fill in
thresholds)
(fill in
thresholds)
(fill in
thresholds)
15,000
15,000
389,386,255
314,084,884
15,000
635,809,658
225,638,280
231,864,243
233,649,000
367,382,000
247,850,000
346,840,000
997
1,329
2,049
2,254
90
950
1,122
1,495
2,305
2,536
1,040
1,229
1,637
2,524
2,777
1,143
1,351
1,799
2,774
3,052
1,252
1,479
1,970
3,038
3,342
1,345
1,590
2,118
3,265
3,593
1,446
1,710
2,276
3,510
3,862
437
580
896
987
465
618
954
1,051
210
350
670
1,040
1,160
227
378
723
1,122
1,252
245
408
780
1,211
1,351
264
440
842
1,306
1,458
285
475
908
1,409
1,573
94
103
108
115
129
145
162
72
94
75
103
78
108
83
115
93
129
104
145
117
162
(fill in structure)
(fill in structure)
(fill in structure)
(fill in structure)
(how is this
targeted?)
a) Property
value
less000
than
to R 190
a) Property
value
less000
than
to R 250
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
0.978c
Electricity tariffs
Domestic
Basic charge/fixed fee (Rands/month)
Service point - vacant land (Rands/month)
Waste management tariffs
Domestic
Street cleaning charge
Basic charge/fixed fee
80l bin - once a week
250l bin - once a week
Current Year
2014/15
0.914c
Other
FBE
Other
2013/14
0.907c
Water tariffs
Domestic
Basic charge/fixed fee (Rands/month)
Water usage - life line tariff
Water usage - Block 1 (c/kl)
Water usage - Block 2 (c/kl)
Water usage - Block 3 (c/kl)
Water usage - Block 4 (c/kl)
Other
2012/13
15,000
15,000
No Charge
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
No Charge
No Charge
No Charge
No Charge
No Charge
No Charge
131
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA13b Service Tariffs by category - explanatory
Description
Provide description of
tariff structure where
appropriate
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Current Year
2014/15
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
2015/16
2016/17
2017/18
(Rands)
Residential properties
Agriculture
Industrial properties
Business and commercial properties
Public services infrastructure
Vacant Land
Nature Reserves/Conservation Areas
Unauthorised/Illegal Development
Exemptions, reductions and rebates
(Rands)
Residential properties
R 15 000 threshhold rebate
General residential rebate
Indigent rebate or exemption
Pensioners rebate or exemption
0.907c
0.227c
2.655c
2.057c
0.227c
4.345c
0.914c
0.228c
2.674c
2.072c
0.227c
4.376c
0.978
0.244
2.859
2.215
0.244
4.68
1.043c
0.261c
3.053c
2.366c
0.261c
5.00
1.115c
0.279c
3.262c
2.528c
0.279c
5.35
4.345c
4.376c
4.68
5.00
5.35
507,151,929
560,382,471
596,868,236
635,809,658
507,151,929
112,080,777
365,554,523
306,895,028
389,386,255
314,084,884
225,638,280
231,864,243
1.187c
0.297c
3.474c
2.692c
0.297c
1.270c
0.318c
3.717c
2.880c
0.318c
6
6
233,649,000
367,382,000
247,850,000
346,840,000
Water tariffs
Domestic
Basic charges/fixed fee (Rands/month)
equal to R 250 000
Water usage-Property Value >R 250 000
Water usage - Block 1 (c/kl)
Water usage - Block 2 (c/kl)
Water usage - Block 3 (c/kl)
Water usage - Block 4
90 N/A
Fixed Charge
Up to 9 KLI
Up to 9 KLI
> 9 KL up to 25 KL
> 25 KL up to 30 KL
> 30 KL up to 45 KL
> 45 KL
997
1,329
2,049
2,254
N/A
N/A
950
1,122
1,495
2,305
2,536
1,040
1,229
1,637
2,524
2,777
1,143
1,351
1,799
2,774
3,052
1,252
1,479
1,970
3,038
3,342
1,345
1,590
2,118
3,265
3,593
1,446
1,710
2,276
3,510
3,862
465
618
954
1,051
210
350
670
1,040
1,160
227
378
723
1,122
1,252
245
408
780
1,211
1,351
264
440
842
1,306
1,458
285
475
908
1,409
1,573
Waste water tariffs
Domestic
Volumetric charge
Volumetric charge - Block 1 (c/kl)
Volumetric charge - Block 2 (c/kl)
Volimetric charge - Block 3 (c/kl)
Volimetric charge - Block 4 (c/kl)
Up to 9 KLI
> 9 KL up to 25 KL
> 25 KL up to 30 KL
> 30 KL up to 45 KL
> 45 kl
N/A
N/A
437
580
896
987
Electricity tariffs
Domestic
Basic charge/fixed fee (Rands/month)
FBE
SCALE 3 and 4-3 Phase
and
Single
Phase
Residential
respectively
SCALE 8/9 Prepaid
Electricity
Dispensor
SCALE 12-Free Basic
Electricity
customer using less than
150
kwh per
month
Free Basic Electricity
portion
free per-65kwh
month
93.71 c/kwh
104.02 c/kwh
107.98 c/kwh
115.32.60
c/kwh
129
145
162
93.71 c/kwh
102.89 c/kwh
107.98 c/kwh
115.32.60
c/kwh
129
145
162
71.54 c/kwh
75.41 c/kwh
78.05 c/kwh
82.58 c/kwh
93
104
117
93.71 c/kwh
102.89 c/kwh
107.98 c/kwh
115.32.60
c/kwh
129
145
162
132
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA14 Household bills
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Current Year 2014/15
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure Framework
Description
Original
Budget
Adjusted
Budget
Full Year
Forecast
Budget Year
2015/16
Budget Year
2015/16
Budget Year
+1 2016/17
Budget Year
+2 2017/18
% incr.
Rand/cent
Income Range'
Rates and services charges:
Property rates
Electricity: Basic levy
Electricity: Consumption
Water: Basic levy
Water: Consumption
Sanitation
Refuse removal
Other
sub-total
VAT on Services
Total large household bill:
% increase/-decrease
'Affordable Range'
Rates and services charges:
Property rates
Electricity: Basic levy
Electricity: Consumption
Water: Basic levy
Water: Consumption
Sanitation
Refuse removal
Other
sub-total
VAT on Services
Total small household bill:
% increase/-decrease
'Indigent' Household receiving free basic
Rates and services charges:
Property rates
Electricity: Basic levy
Electricity: Consumption
Water: Basic levy
Water: Consumption
Sanitation
Refuse removal
Other
sub-total
VAT on Services
Total small household bill:
% increase/-decrease
438.38
441.77
472.25
504.84
504.84
504.84
6.9%
539.67
574.75
614.98
937.10
89.71
225.97
74.19
60.67
1,040.18
–
339.77
78.98
64.92
1,079.80
1,153.20
1,153.20
408.98
91.88
74.88
408.98
91.88
74.88
12.2%
–
9.5%
7.9%
7.9%
1,293.89
–
447.83
99.14
80.80
1,451.75
–
481.42
106.97
87.18
1,628.87
372.05
84.83
69.40
1,153.20
–
408.98
91.88
74.88
1,826.02
194.27
2,020.29
1,965.62
213.24
2,178.86
7.8%
2,078.33
224.85
2,303.18
5.7%
2,233.78
242.05
2,475.83
7.5%
2,233.78
242.05
2,475.83
–
2,233.78
242.05
2,475.83
–
10.2%
7.8%
10.3%
2,461.33
269.03
2,730.36
10.3%
2,702.07
297.82
2,999.89
9.9%
2,970.86
329.82
3,300.68
10.0%
287.22
289.43
309.40
330.75
330.75
330.75
6.9%
353.57
376.55
402.91
468.55
89.71
159.52
52.44
45.80
520.09
–
265.02
55.85
49.01
539.90
–
290.24
59.96
52.39
576.60
–
319.03
64.77
56.53
576.60
576.60
319.03
64.77
56.53
646.95
–
349.34
69.89
61.00
725.88
–
375.54
75.41
65.81
814.44
319.03
64.77
56.53
12.2%
–
9.5%
7.9%
7.9%
1,103.24
114.24
1,217.48
1,179.40
124.60
1,304.00
7.1%
1,251.89
131.95
1,383.84
6.1%
-0.14
1,347.68
142.37
1,490.05
7.7%
0.25
1,347.68
142.37
1,490.05
–
-1.00
1,347.68
142.37
1,490.05
–
-
9.9%
7.9%
10.0%
1,480.75
157.80
1,638.55
10.0%
1,619.19
173.97
1,793.16
9.4%
1,773.43
191.87
1,965.30
9.6%
136.05
137.10
146.56
156.67
156.67
156.67
6.9%
167.48
178.37
190.86
327.99
89.71
109.67
36.05
20.61
364.07
–
208.92
38.41
22.05
377.93
–
93.60
17.96
23.57
403.62
–
102.87
19.41
25.43
403.62
403.62
102.87
19.41
25.43
452.87
–
112.64
20.94
27.44
508.12
–
121.09
22.60
29.61
570.11
102.87
19.41
25.43
12.2%
–
9.5%
7.9%
7.9%
720.08
81.76
801.84
770.55
88.68
859.23
7.2%
659.62
71.83
731.45
(14.9%)
708.00
77.19
785.19
7.3%
708.00
77.19
785.19
–
708.00
77.19
785.19
–
10.4%
7.7%
10.5%
781.37
85.94
867.31
10.5%
859.79
95.40
955.18
10.1%
947.47
105.93
1,053.40
10.3%
133
517.53
115.42
94.06
403.70
81.37
71.01
130.17
24.38
31.95
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA15 Investment particulars by type
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue &
Expenditure Framework
Current Year 2014/15
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Investment type
Original
Budget
Adjusted
Budget
Full Year
Forecast
Budget Year
2015/16
Budget Year
+1 2016/17
Budget Year
+2 2017/18
R thousand
Parent municipality
Securities - National Government
Listed Corporate Bonds
Deposits - Bank
4,874,465
5,397,900
6,649,940
5,400,000
5,000,000
5,000,000
5,200,000
5,300,000
5,400,000
Municipality sub-total
4,874,465
5,397,900
6,455,000
5,400,000
5,000,000
5,000,000
5,200,000
5,300,000
5,400,000
Consolidated total:
4,874,465
5,397,900
6,455,000
5,400,000
5,000,000
5,000,000
5,200,000
5,300,000
5,400,000
Deposits - Public Investment Commissioners
Deposits - Corporation for Public Deposits
Bankers Acceptance Certificates
Negotiable Certificates of Deposit - Banks
Guaranteed Endowment Policies (sinking)
Repurchase Agreements - Banks
Municipal Bonds
134
TOTAL INVESTMENTS AND INTEREST
Funds Reinvestments - Deposit
Various
Yrs/Months
Name of institution & investment ID
Parent municipality
Period of
Investment
Investments by Maturity
Fixed
Type of
Investment
Yes
Capital
Guarantee
(Yes/ No)
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA16 Investment particulars by maturity
Fixed
Variable or
Fixed interest
rate
6.3% - 7.5%
Interest Rate
3.
135
No
Commission
Paid (Rands)
No
Commission
Recipient
Various
Expiry date of
investment
5,200,000
5,200,000
Opening
balance
320,000
Interest to be
realised
–
Partial /
Premature
Withdrawal (4)
–
Investment
Top Up
5,520,000
–
–
–
–
–
–
5,520,000
Closing
Balance
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA17 Borrowing
Borrowing - Categorised by type
R thousand
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Current Year 2014/15
Original
Budget
Adjusted
Budget
Full Year
Forecast
Budget Year
2015/16
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
2016/17
2017/18
Parent municipality
Long-Term Loans (annuity/reducing balance)
10,013,000
9,042,021
9,376,543
9,525,752
9,525,752
9,342,306
9,301,501
9,242,059
9,169,174
10,013,000
9,042,021
9,376,543
9,525,752
9,525,752
9,342,306
9,301,501
9,242,059
9,169,174
Long-Term Loans (non-annuity)
Local registered stock
Instalment Credit
Financial Leases
PPP liabilities
Finance Granted By Cap Equipment Supplier
Marketable Bonds
Non-Marketable Bonds
Bankers Acceptances
Financial derivatives
Other Securities
Municipality sub-total
136
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA18 Transfers and grant receipts
Description
R thousand
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Current Year 2014/15
Original
Budget
Adjusted
Budget
Full Year
Forecast
Budget Year
2015/16
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
2016/17
2017/18
RECEIPTS:
Operating Transfers and Grants
National Government:
Local Government Equitable Share
Finance Management
Municipal Infrastructure Grant
NRF
2010 FIFA World Cup
DLGTA
EPWP
NDOT
Infrastructure Skills Development
Public Transport
Vuna Awards
Intergrated City Development
National Econ.Dev. Dept
SRSA Grant
Other transfers/grants [insert description]
Provincial Government:
Health subsidy
Housing
Art and Culture
Office of the Premier : KZN
Department of Environment Affairs and Tourism
Local Government and Traditional Affairs
Sport and Recreation
Department of Housing
Health Provincial Grant
Department of Minerals and Energy
Other transfers/grants [insert description]
Other grant providers:
European Union
Public Sponsorship
DANIDA
KZNPA Subsidy
Leeds Grant
DLGTA
DBSA
Public Contribution Climate
DMOSS
Developers Contribution
CIFAL
Rockerfeller Foundation
ACCA
Mondi Paper
CARNEGIE
LGSETA
UNESCO
DIRCO
Restoration : Green Fund
DALISU
LEEDS GRANT
LTDF GRANT
BMZ - UMHLANGANE
Municipal Human Settlements Capacity Grant
Grant Accreditation
Tsogo Sun
Metropolis
SA Agency for Science
DBN BAY ESTUARY
Maritime Museum Trust
Royal Netherlands
Biowaste 4SP
Total Operating Transfers and Grants
1,606,039
1,526,576
11,673
–
44
–
5,369
–
61,577
–
–
800
–
1,812,201
1,698,832
1,500
139,681
56,111
74,544
2,115
6,912
–
–
2,014,326
1,797,179
1,250
78
2,147,043
1,912,773
1,250
–
2,130,174
1,912,773
1,250
2,130,185
1,912,773
1,250
564
575
2,301,598
2,033,997
1,050
2,445,668
2,202,553
1,050
2,675,685
2,420,370
1,050
5,637
50,539
59,139
18,534
71,395
1,036
9,539
34,154
34,154
34,154
40,618
25,425
120,820
–
52,621
26,925
120,820
26,925
120,820
24,739
162,713
25,645
171,337
25,000
179,904
33,689
33,689
38,481
45,083
49,361
181,241
61,051
103,753
3,360
172,418
78,000
61,907
8,659
365,724
70,252
225,917
45,004
430,074
70,252
225,917
109,120
463,131
70,252
273,558
117,321
273,608
76,051
67,681
128,876
229,295
80,850
67,207
80,238
251,830
80,850
66,756
104,224
130
4,430
6
4,153
1,000
10,000
12,551
1,000
1,000
1,000
7,906
612
19,088
605
–
1,000
10,000
12,551
–
1,000
1,234
1,000
113,101
900
–
32,562
380
–
4,640
388
63
71,243
–
154
80,715
1,440
154
85,617
500
54,810
41,445
22,797
26,746
131
–
250
1,371
–
–
418
1,508
15
683
551
9
19,453
–
5,056
–
–
–
200
5,056
2,450
38
38
–
–
19,167
19,773
43,694
187
–
125
28,923
181
–
289
1,546
9,465
80,365
–
48
–
–
–
12
322
104
192
73
–
200
84
–
582
607
27
128
452
1,764
–
34
34
34
36
12,286
12,286
12,286
12,271
–
1,044
52,469
1,544
52,469
2,161
14,342
26,000
1,066
14,342
26,000
265
16,494
6,000
7,000
400
133
1,544
52,469
9,000
7,000
191
144
2,640,964
2,678,934
2,630,016
2,716,409
2,950,312
97
154
–
–
–
400
271
7
156
112
1,858,821
2,026,005
2,191,384
137
–
–
–
2,584,010
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA18 Transfers and grant receipts
Description
R thousand
Capital Transfers and Grants
National Government:
Municipal Infrastructure Grant
Urban Settlements Development
Public Transport and Systems
Water Affairs
2010 FIFA World Cup Stadiums Development
Equitable Share
Electricity Demand Side Management
Electrification Programme
Expanded Public Works
Neighbourhood Development Partnership
Intergrated City Development
Municipal Disaster Recovery Grant
DME
Provincial Government:
Sport and Recreation
Department of Environmental Affairs
Art and Culture
COGTA
Housing
Department of Minerals and Energy
2010 KZN Provincial Grant
Municipal Transport Authority
Grant Accreditation
Department of Housing
District Municipality:
[insert description]
Other grant providers:
European Union
DANIDA
Lotto
Royal Netherlands
Public Contributions
Schools Projects
BMZ : Umhlangane
CARNEGIE
HENVINET
Royal Danish Embassy
Nature Reserve
Sanedi Grant
2010 DB
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
1,489,107
1,063,205
292,584
4,000
14,789
55,226
3,851
30,500
22,860
2,091
Adjusted
Budget
1,914,392
2,590,694
1,315,929
84,826
1,580,999
226,159
1,800,076
654,751
70,580
20,149
5,000
5,304
3,514
72,627
77,275
10,000
15,000
77,271
639
14,241
41,840
9,377
43,511
14,902
1,228
240
32
4,584
–
Original
Budget
1,505,302
53,324
–
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Current Year 2014/15
20,000
9,208
4,769
543
87
122,995
21,229
7,429
4,425
431
939
88,542
–
Full Year
Forecast
2,601,095
–
1,800,076
654,751
–
77,275
15,000
Budget Year
2015/16
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
2016/17
2017/18
2,600,288
2,761,547
2,883,073
3,079,516
1,800,075
654,751
1,838,336
719,455
1,929,176
759,272
2,039,299
836,878
77,275
–
15,000
81,456
14,000
30,000
87,125
16,000
31,500
89,739
16,000
37,600
33,592
34,255
18,932
806
34,255
18,932
70,000
8,300
60,000
60,000
772,846
20,000
688,363
793,906
30,000
795,144
811,532
120,378
787,318
20,000
–
120,378
15,816
30,886
88,244
72,746
577,587
4,000
577,587
18,473
657,547
12,000
623,020
643,900
738,786
3,000
50,881
50,881
10,000
100,000
3,000
60,000
–
–
–
8,488
700
49,173
3,623
199
14,200
18,526
19,668
582
962
4,759
274
–
2,071
46,916
2,370
14,000
14,000
14,000
200
821
–
–
17,800
4,100
1,000
1,600
–
–
328
–
13
641
116
454
187
713
1,963
3,705
3,705
16,800
2,500
Total Capital Transfers and Grants
1,550,919
1,631,746
2,041,011
3,377,740
3,406,939
3,308,319
3,573,253
3,682,317
3,891,048
TOTAL RECEIPTS OF TRANSFERS & GRANTS
3,409,740
3,657,751
4,232,395
5,961,750
6,047,903
5,987,253
6,203,269
6,398,726
6,841,360
138
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA19 Expenditure on transfers and grant programme
Description
R thousand
Current Year 2014/15
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Original
Budget
Adjusted
Budget
Full Year
Forecast
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue &
Expenditure Framework
Budget Year Budget Year Budget Year
2015/16
+1 2016/17
+2 2017/18
EXPENDITURE:
Operating expenditure of Transfers and Grants
National Government:
Local Government Equitable Share
Finance Management
NRF
DLGTA
EPWP
NDOT
Infrastructure Skills Development
Public Transport
Vuna Awards
Intergrated City Development
National Econ.Dev. Dept
SRSA Grant
Other transfers/grants [insert description]
Provincial Government:
Health subsidy
Housing
Art and Culture
Office of the Premier : KZN
Department of Environment Affairs and Tourism
Local Government and Traditional Affairs
Sport and Recreation
Department of Housing
Health Provincial Grant
Department of Minerals and Energy
Other transfers/grants [insert description]
Other grant providers:
European Union
Public Sponsorship
KZNPA Subsidy
Leeds Grant
DBSA
Public Contribution Climate
DMOSS
Developers Contribution
CIFAL
Rockerfeller Foundation
ACCA
Mondi Paper
CARNEGIE
LGSETA
UNESCO
DIRCO
Reforestation : Green Fund
DALISU
LEEDS GRANT
LTDF GRANT
BMZ - UMHLANGANE
Municipal Human Settlements Capacity Grant
Tsogo Sun
Metropolis
SA Agency for Science
DBN BAY ESTUARY
Grant Accreditation
Environment Affairs and Tourism
Maritime Museum Trust
Municipal Human Settlements Capacity Grant
Royal Netherlands
Biowaste 4SP
1,606,039
1,526,576
11,673
44
5,369
–
61,577
–
–
800
–
1,812,201
1,698,832
1,500
–
139,681
56,111
74,544
2,115
6,912
–
–
–
113,101
900
–
26,746
131
250
1,371
–
–
418
1,508
15
683
551
9
2,014,326
1,797,179
1,250
78
5,637
50,539
59,139
18,534
71,395
1,036
9,539
2,147,043
1,912,773
1,250
–
2,130,174
1,912,773
1,250
564
2,130,185
1,912,773
1,250
575
2,301,598
2,033,997
1,050
34,154
34,154
34,154
40,618
25,425
120,820
–
52,621
26,925
120,820
26,925
120,820
33,689
181,241
61,051
103,753
3,360
172,418
78,000
61,907
8,659
365,724
70,252
225,917
45,004
130
4,430
6
4,153
7,906
612
19,088
605
–
1,000
10,000
12,551
–
1,000
32,562
380
–
19,453
–
4,640
388
63
19,167
19,773
43,694
187
–
125
28,923
181
–
289
1,546
9,465
80,365
–
48
–
–
73
–
2,675,685
2,420,370
1,050
24,739
162,713
25,645
171,337
25,000
179,904
33,689
38,481
45,083
49,361
430,074
70,252
225,917
109,120
463,131
70,252
273,558
117,321
273,608
76,051
67,681
128,876
229,295
80,850
67,207
80,238
251,830
80,850
66,756
104,224
1,000
10,000
12,551
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,234
1,000
80,715
1,440
154
5,056
85,617
500
54,810
41,445
22,797
38
38
2,450
200
84
–
12
322
104
192
123,712
–
154
5,056
–
–
200
2,445,668
2,202,553
1,050
–
582
607
27
128
452
1,764
–
34
34
34
36
12,286
12,286
12,286
12,271
1,544
52,469
7,000
400
133
1,544
52,469
7,000
191
144
2,161
14,342
1,066
14,342
265
16,494
9,000
26,000
26,000
6,000
2,678,934
2,630,016
2,716,409
2,950,312
–
1,044
52,469
154
156
–
–
–
–
Total operating expenditure of Transfers and Grants:1,858,821
400
–
271
7
97
112
–
52,469
–
–
2,026,005
2,191,384
2,636,479
139
2,640,964
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA19 Expenditure on transfers and grant programme
Description
R thousand
Capital expenditure of Transfers and Grants
National Government:
Municipal Infrastructure Grant
Urban Settlements Development
Public Transport and Systems
Water Affairs
2010 FIFA World Cup Stadiums Development
Equitable Share
Electricity Demand Side Management
Electrification Programme
Expanded Public Works
Neighbourhood Development Partnership
Intergrated City Development
Municipal Disaster Recovery Grant
DME
Provincial Government:
Sport and Recreation
ICT
Art and Culture
Housing
Department of Minerals and Energy
2010 KZN Provincial Grant
Municipal Transport Authority
Grant Accreditation
Department of Housing
District Municipality:
[insert description]
Other grant providers:
European Union
DANIDA
Lotto
Royal Netherlands
Public Contributions
Schools Projects
CARNEGIE
Massification
Royal Danish Embassy
Nature Reserve
Sanedi Grant
2010 DB
Total capital expenditure of Transfers and Grants
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
1,489,107
1,063,205
Current Year 2014/15
Original
Budget
Adjusted
Budget
Full Year
Forecast
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue &
Expenditure Framework
Budget Year Budget Year Budget Year
2015/16
+1 2016/17
+2 2017/18
1,505,302
1,914,392
2,590,694
2,601,095
2,600,288
2,761,547
2,883,073
3,079,516
1,315,929
84,826
1,580,999
226,159
1,800,076
654,751
1,800,076
654,751
1,800,075
654,751
1,838,336
719,455
1,929,176
759,272
2,039,299
836,878
70,580
20,149
5,000
5,304
3,514
72,627
20,000
9,208
4,769
77,275
10,000
15,000
77,275
–
15,000
77,275
–
15,000
81,456
14,000
30,000
87,125
16,000
31,500
89,739
16,000
37,600
33,592
34,255
18,932
70,000
8,300
60,000
60,000
53,324
77,271
543
87
13,224
34,255
18,932
806
772,846
20,000
787,318
20,000
688,363
793,906
30,000
795,144
811,532
639
41,840
9,377
14,241
43,511
14,902
7,429
4,425
431
120,378
577,587
4,000
120,378
577,587
18,473
15,816
30,886
88,244
72,746
657,547
12,000
623,020
643,900
738,786
1,228
240
32
4,584
50,881
50,881
3,000
10,000
100,000
3,000
60,000
292,584
4,000
14,789
55,226
3,851
30,500
22,860
2,091
–
–
8,488
700
49,173
582
962
4,759
274
–
2,071
46,916
939
88,542
–
21,229
21,229
–
–
–
14,200
18,526
19,668
14,000
14,000
14,000
200
821
–
–
17,800
4,100
1,000
1,600
–
–
–
641
116
454
187
3,705
1,963
3,705
16,800
2,500
1,550,919
1,631,746
1,948,845
3,377,740
3,406,939
3,308,319
3,573,253
3,682,317
3,891,048
TOTAL EXPENDITURE OF TRANSFERS AND GRANTS
3,409,740
3,657,751
4,140,230
6,014,219
6,047,903
5,987,253
6,203,269
6,398,726
6,841,360
140
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA20 Reconciliation of transfers, grant receipts and unspent funds
Description
R thousand
Operating transfers and grants:
National Government:
Balance unspent at beginning of the year
Current year receipts
Conditions met - transferred to revenue
Conditions still to be met - transferred to liabilities
Provincial Government:
Balance unspent at beginning of the year
Current year receipts
Conditions met - transferred to revenue
Conditions still to be met - transferred to liabilities
District Municipality:
Balance unspent at beginning of the year
Current year receipts
Conditions met - transferred to revenue
Conditions still to be met - transferred to liabilities
Other grant providers:
Balance unspent at beginning of the year
Current year receipts
Conditions met - transferred to revenue
Conditions still to be met - transferred to liabilities
Total operating transfers and grants revenue
Total operating transfers and grants - CTBM
Capital transfers and grants:
National Government:
Balance unspent at beginning of the year
Current year receipts
Conditions met - transferred to revenue
Conditions still to be met - transferred to liabilities
Provincial Government:
Balance unspent at beginning of the year
Current year receipts
Conditions met - transferred to revenue
Conditions still to be met - transferred to liabilities
District Municipality:
Balance unspent at beginning of the year
Current year receipts
Conditions met - transferred to revenue
Conditions still to be met - transferred to liabilities
Other grant providers:
Balance unspent at beginning of the year
Current year receipts
Conditions met - transferred to revenue
Conditions still to be met - transferred to liabilities
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
72,575
1,593,483
1,606,039
60,019
56,344
158,931
166,582
48,693
–
34,574
88,036
86,201
36,409
1,858,822
145,121
346,399
1,342,046
1,490,201
198,244
253,938
31,954
52,516
233,376
–
1,830,086
1,812,201
17,885
200,694
200,694
–
Original
Budget
Adjusted
Budget
Full Year
Forecast
Budget Year
2015/16
Budget Year
+1 2016/17
Budget Year
+2 2017/18
71,085
2,014,326
2,014,326
71,085
2,147,043
2,147,043
2,130,174
2,130,174
2,130,185
2,130,185
2,301,598
2,301,598
2,445,668
2,445,668
2,675,685
2,675,685
124,988
172,418
172,418
124,988
365,724
365,724
430,074
430,074
463,131
463,131
273,608
273,608
229,295
229,295
251,830
251,830
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
71,243
71,243
80,715
80,715
85,617
85,617
54,810
54,810
41,445
41,445
22,797
22,797
2,026,005
17,885
43,523
4,640
4,640
43,523
2,191,384
239,596
2,584,010
–
2,640,964
–
2,678,934
–
2,630,016
–
2,716,409
–
2,950,312
–
2,107,317
1,505,302
602,015
778,330
1,914,392
1,914,392
778,330
450,000
2,590,694
2,740,694
300,000
450,000
2,601,095
2,751,095
300,000
400,000
2,600,288
2,700,288
300,000
350,000
2,761,547
2,836,547
275,000
300,000
2,883,073
2,933,073
250,000
275,000
3,079,516
3,114,516
240,000
276,928
13,224
(6,564)
296,715
772,847
622,847
150,000
787,319
637,319
150,000
688,363
588,363
100,000
793,906
718,906
75,000
795,144
745,144
50,000
811,532
776,532
35,000
13,109
13,109
77,271
77,271
–
22,393
8,488
8,201
22,680
49,173
49,173
Total capital transfers and grants revenue
1,550,918
Total capital transfers and grants - CTBM
454,300
3,409,740
599,421
TOTAL TRANSFERS AND GRANTS REVENUE
TOTAL TRANSFERS AND GRANTS - CTBM
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Current Year 2014/15
2011/12
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
21,229
7,625
13,604
14,200
14,200
18,526
18,526
19,668
19,668
17,800
17,800
4,100
4,100
1,631,745
1,915,454
3,377,741
3,406,940
3,308,319
3,573,253
3,682,317
602,015
1,088,650
450,000
450,000
400,000
350,000
300,000
275,000
3,657,750
619,900
4,106,838
1,328,246
5,961,751
450,000
6,047,903
450,000
5,987,253
400,000
6,203,269
350,000
6,398,726
300,000
6,841,360
275,000
141
–
–
3,891,048
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA21 Transfers and grants made by the municipality
Description
R thousand
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Current Year 2014/15
Original
Budget
Adjusted
Budget
Full Year
Forecast
Budget Year
2015/16
Budget Year
+1 2016/17
Budget Year
+2 2017/18
Cash Transfers to Organisations
Sporting Organisations
Playhouse Company
41,829
46,522
46,125
49,495
49,423
56,093
58,739
64,026
69,788
3,087
3,587
3,803
3,803
3,803
3,000
3,000
3,150
3,150
2,800
2,800
1,312
2,800
2,800
2,800
Durban Arts Association
Natal Philharmonic Orchestra
Tourism Indaba
7,022
7,373
7,816
7,816
7,816
7,000
7,000
7,350
7,350
20,400
13,685
15,539
15,658
14,500
14,500
18,500
18,500
19,425
Trade Point Durban
1,206
1,206
1,058
1,206
1,206
1,206
1,206
1,267
1,330
Food Aid Program
9,876
10,739
12,203
27,031
22,657
25,275
39,750
41,738
43,824
Enhanced Extended Discount Discount Benefit 8,926
SAAMBR - Subsidy
44,281
5,471
3,496
16,958
15,758
1,545
8,000
9,000
9,000
50,253
56,469
60,422
60,422
60,422
63,443
66,615
69,946
506
506
ICC
–
Stable Theatre
Other
TOTAL CASH TRANSFERS AND GRANTS
527
553
581
581
(3,818)
30,884
19,505
20,678
21,738
20,054
25,970
28,165
29,638
126,094
171,574
166,133
205,214
200,629
194,933
228,961
244,115
257,807
142
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA22 Summary councillor and staff benefits
Summary of Employee and Councillor remuneration
R thousand
Councillors (Political Office Bearers plus Other)
Basic Salaries and Wages
Pension and UIF Contributions
Medical Aid Contributions
Motor Vehicle Allowance
Other benefits and allowances
Sub Total - Councillors
% increase
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
A
Audited
Outcome
B
Audited
Outcome
C
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Current Year 2014/15
Original
Budget
D
Adjusted
Budget
E
Full Year
Forecast
F
Budget Year
2015/16
G
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
2016/17
2017/18
H
I
51,577
4,973
3,321
19,569
5,312
–
52,046
5,766
2,933
20,657
7,136
–
–
54,978
6,154
4,066
21,472
8,052
–
–
55,836
6,077
1,627
21,468
8,018
–
–
55,836
6,077
1,627
21,468
8,018
–
–
55,836
6,077
1,627
21,468
8,018
–
–
58,205
7,102
1,792
23,079
8,376
–
–
61,115
7,457
1,969
24,232
8,796
–
–
64,171
7,829
2,247
25,444
9,236
–
–
13,493
696
225
14,847
1,250
270
15,203
1,774
352
20,233
1,956
521
20,233
1,956
521
25,530
3,209
620
26,920
3,337
676
28,280
3,504
729
994
1,829
1,656
18,893
1,100
2,950
1,850
22,267
17.9%
1,099
3,436
2,151
24,015
7.9%
1,483
4,784
2,005
30,983
29.0%
20,233
1,956
521
–
1,483
4,784
2,005
30,983
–
1,483
4,784
2,005
30,983
–
1,787
6,984
3,380
41,510
34.0%
1,966
7,333
3,616
43,848
5.6%
2,123
7,733
3,833
46,202
5.4%
Other Municipal Staff
Basic Salaries and Wages
Pension and UIF Contributions
Medical Aid Contributions
Overtime
Motor Vehicle Allowance
Cellphone Allowance
Housing Allowances
Other benefits and allowances
Payments in lieu of leave
Long service awards
Sub Total - Other Municipal Staff
% increase
3,726,704
1,886,914
240,903
342,807
165,781
12,164
19,196
26,815
127,710
664
6,549,658
4,058,669
757,433
276,118
438,708
186,519
14,079
17,884
29,359
182,469
292
5,961,530
(9.0%)
5,082,906
787,363
406,979
368,033
179,653
15,629
18,389
68,986
13,051
994
6,941,982
16.4%
5,459,846
920,579
496,278
354,311
195,503
16,519
18,325
70,629
15,000
750
7,547,739
8.7%
5,476,370
929,372
504,969
368,963
203,854
16,863
18,689
76,549
15,000
750
7,611,378
0.8%
5,139,180
883,285
453,858
416,438
201,582
16,477
18,458
63,376
15,000
777
7,208,431
(5.3%)
5,903,892
1,002,064
527,144
356,001
217,251
17,884
18,959
71,185
16,500
758
8,131,638
12.8%
6,356,197
1,079,995
580,195
393,479
232,255
19,103
20,375
75,129
17,738
758
8,775,222
7.9%
6,843,861
1,161,515
622,294
410,152
255,393
20,431
21,895
78,898
19,068
758
9,434,264
7.5%
Total Parent Municipality
6,568,551
5,983,797
(8.9%)
6,965,997
16.4%
7,578,721
8.8%
7,642,361
0.8%
7,239,414
(5.3%)
8,173,148
12.9%
8,819,070
7.9%
9,480,466
7.5%
648
648
969
969
49.5%
999
999
3.1%
962
962
(3.7%)
947
947
(1.6%)
947
947
–
1,013
1,013
7.0%
1,080
1,080
6.6%
1,155
1,155
6.9%
9,153
767
101
60
258
10,412
929
107
80
11,194
1,092
123
42
13,152
1,248
134
80
12,605
1,218
129
80
12,605
1,218
129
80
13,177
1,318
140
80
14,153
1,419
151
80
15,100
1,516
161
86
10,339
11,528
11.5%
634
13,085
13.5%
816
15,430
17.9%
751
14,783
(4.2%)
751
14,783
–
816
15,531
5.1%
872
16,675
7.4%
927
17,790
6.7%
76,488
6,458
885
3,568
873
1,679
89,951
79,916
6,753
2,140
3,368
2,720
3,455
98,352
9.3%
84,997
8,051
1,575
3,431
105,414
12,302
180
1,607
101,737
12,020
166
1,605
101,306
12,020
166
1,605
111,159
12,860
180
1,702
120,259
13,696
192
1,803
129,782
14,631
205
1,929
2,024
100,078
1.8%
2,604
122,107
22.0%
2,395
117,923
(3.4%)
2,395
117,492
(0.4%)
2,602
128,503
9.4%
2,781
138,731
8.0%
2,959
149,506
7.8%
100,938
110,849
114,162
138,499
133,653
133,222
145,047
156,486
168,451
6,669,489
6,094,646
(8.6%)
6,093,677
7,080,159
16.2%
7,079,160
7,717,220
9.0%
7,716,258
7,776,014
0.8%
7,775,067
7,372,636
(5.2%)
7,371,689
8,318,195
12.8%
8,317,182
8,975,556
7.9%
8,974,476
9,648,917
7.5%
9,647,762
Senior Managers of the Municipality
Basic Salaries and Wages
Pension and UIF Contributions
Medical Aid Contributions
Overtime
Performance Bonus
Motor Vehicle Allowance
Other benefits and allowances
Sub Total - Senior Managers of Municipality
% increase
Board Members of Entities
Board Fees
Sub Total - Board Members of Entities
% increase
Senior Managers of Entities
Basic Salaries and Wages
Pension and UIF Contributions
Medical Aid Contributions
Overtime
Performance Bonus
Other benefits and allowances
Sub Total - Senior Managers of Entities
% increase
Other Staff of Entities
Basic Salaries and Wages
Pension and UIF Contributions
Medical Aid Contributions
Overtime
Performance Bonus
Other benefits and allowances
Sub Total - Other Staff of Entities
% increase
Total Municipal Entities
TOTAL SALARY, ALLOWANCES & BENEFITS
% increase
TOTAL MANAGERS AND STAFF
6,668,841
143
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA23 Salaries, allowances & benefits (political office bearers/councillors/senior managers)
Salary
Allowances
Performance In-kind benefits Total Package
Bonuses
Disclosure of Salaries, Allowances & Benefits 1.
Contributions
Rand per annum
1.
2.
Councillors
Speaker
592,340
173,110
257,420
1,022,870
Chief Whip
573,290
122,380
254,850
950,520
Executive Mayor
757,810
161,700
361,200
1,280,710
Deputy Executive Mayor
613,810
160,140
293,410
1,067,360
2,668,000
596,430
1,224,590
4,489,020
53,840,000
7,680,000
28,223,530
89,743,530
59,045,250
8,893,760
30,615,000
98,554,010
2,696,817
1,866
60,000
188,777
2,947,460
Chief Finance Officer
1,408,931
306,855
866,182
98,625
2,680,593
Deputy City Manager: Governance
1,408,931
304,927
739,011
98,625
2,551,494
369,901
804,742
128,074
3,132,349
Executive Committee
Total for all other councillors
Total Councillors
Senior Managers of the Municipality
Municipal Manager (MM)
Deputy City Manager: Human Settlement,Engineering Services & Transport
1,829,632
Authority
Deputy City Manager: Health, Safety & Social Services
1,829,595
31,989
132,000
128,074
2,121,658
Deputy City Manager: Trading Services
1,829,632
369,901
804,742
128,074
3,132,349
Deputy City Manager: Corporate & Human Resources
1,676,821
30,625
247,735
117,377
2,072,558
Deputy City Manager: Sustainable Development & City Enterprises
1,829,632
369,901
804,742
128,074
3,132,349
951,994
217,421
502,358
66,640
1,738,412
1,245,946
242,703
547,757
87,216
2,123,621
List of each offical with packages >= senior manager
Head - Internal Audit
Head - Geographical Information & Policy
Head - Strategic Projects
951,994
211,926
418,358
66,640
1,648,918
1,036,945
1,866
779,082
72,586
1,890,479
880,162
18,432
545,899
61,611
1,506,104
Head - Metro Police
987,536
227,416
433,641
69,128
1,717,720
Head - City Integrity & Investigations
907,894
209,447
399,394
63,553
1,580,288
Head - Legal Services
Head - Performance Management
Chief Information Officer
Head - Area Based Management
Head - Programme
Chief Stragetic Officer
960,899
224,281
422,186
67,263
1,674,629
733,397
172,579
324,361
51,338
1,281,675
1,055,078
253,701
462,683
73,855
1,845,318
1,307,864
264,837
1,067,541
91,551
2,731,793
Total Senior Managers of the Municipality
25,529,698
3,830,574
10,362,413
1,787,081
41,509,766
TOTAL COST OF COUNCILLOR, DIRECTOR and EXECUTIVE
REMUNERATION
84,574,948
12,724,334
40,977,413
1,787,081
140,063,776
144
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA24 Summary of personnel numbers
2013/14
Summary of Personnel Numbers
Number
Current Year 2014/15
Permanent
employees
Positions
Contract
employees
Permanent
employees
Positions
Budget Year 2015/16
Contract
employees
Permanent
employees
Positions
Contract
employees
Municipal Council and Boards of Municipal Entities
Councillors (Political Office Bearers plus Other Councillors) 205
Board Members of municipal entities
15
205
–
15
205
205
223
223
–
16
16
16
16
–
Municipal employees
Municipal Manager and Senior Managers
19
19
6
22
20
2
22
20
2
691
669
22
691
669
22
705
685
20
1,183
1,119
64
1,168
1,111
57
1,192
1,104
88
Finance
26
25
1
26
25
1
27
25
2
Spatial/town planning
38
36
2
38
36
2
39
37
2
Information Technology
28
28
–
28
28
–
29
23
Roads
35
35
–
35
35
–
36
36
Electricity
58
57
1
58
57
1
59
51
8
Water
67
64
3
67
64
3
68
62
6
Other Managers
Professionals
6
–
Sanitation
Refuse
Other
Technicians
4
4
4
4
4
4
927
870
57
–
912
862
50
–
930
866
64
1,241
1,216
25
1,241
1,216
25
1,266
1,221
45
Finance
–
–
–
–
–
–
Spatial/town planning
55
55
–
55
55
–
56
54
2
Information Technology
12
12
–
12
12
–
12
10
2
Roads
50
49
1
50
49
1
51
49
2
100
99
1
100
99
1
102
97
5
84
82
2
84
82
2
86
80
6
Electricity
Water
Sanitation
Refuse
2
2
2
2
2
2
938
917
21
938
917
21
957
929
28
Clerks (Clerical and administrative)
5,930
5,381
549
5,930
5,381
549
6,049
5,485
564
Service and sales workers
5,838
5,541
297
5,784
5,545
239
5,900
5,648
252
55
55
55
55
56
56
Craft and related trades
3,956
3,832
124
3,956
3,832
124
4,036
3,908
128
Plant and Machine Operators
2,797
2,671
126
2,847
2,721
126
2,904
2,772
132
Elementary Occupations
4,314
4,116
198
4,364
4,166
198
4,452
4,279
173
26,244
24,839
1,411
26,279
24,937
1,342
26,821
25,417
1,404
0.1%
0.4%
(4.9%)
2.1%
1.9%
4.6%
Other
Skilled agricultural and fishery workers
TOTAL PERSONNEL NUMBERS
–
–
% increase
145
–
–
–
943,979
246,594
41,309
17,357
12,536
869,722
222,732
59,059
42,222
Service charges - electricity revenue
Service charges - water revenue
Service charges - sanitation revenue
Service charges - refuse revenue
11,380
2,485
772
5,040
3,573
–
Fines
Licences and permits
Surplus/(Deficit)
Attributable to minorities
Share of surplus/ (deficit) of associate
1,142,307
608,435
1,142,307
Transfers recognised - capital
Surplus/(Deficit) after capital transfers &
contributions
Taxation
608,435
340,110
268,325
577,000
565,308
Surplus/(Deficit)
(5)
2,260,027
2,045,752
–
245,675
22,814
320,054
4,488
155,757
Total Expenditure
Loss on disposal of PPE
10,436
191,117
Transfers and grants
1,895
Other expenditure
823,686
Bulk purchases
Other materials
216,304
860,142
98,684
Contracted services
98,658
157,974
Depreciation & asset impairment
Finance charges
10,310
10,722
Debt impairment
7,920
534,214
7,867
527,069
Remuneration of councillors
Employee related costs
Expenditure By Type
2,600,137
Total Revenue (excluding capital transfers and contributions)
2,622,752
693,300
61,935
981
1,493
778,686
31,219
–
Gains on disposal of PPE
Other revenue
Transfers recognised - operational
Agency services
15,488
33,501
12,163
Interest earned - external investments
Interest earned - outstanding debtors
38,858
8,054
29,952
Service charges - other
Rental of facilities and equipment
64,014
12,584
483,578
478,322
August
Property rates
July
Property rates - penalties & collection charges
Revenue By Source
R thousand
Description
379,261
379,261
321,849
57,412
1,763,569
–
174,906
(2,347)
246,533
4,309
680,821
(85,681)
156,152
11,154
8,024
569,697
1,820,981
60
51,924
(25,472)
2,496
405
(180)
12,906
38,251
33,261
22,579
42,678
69,731
254,897
870,765
7,768
438,912
Sept.
262,926
262,926
438,709
(175,783)
2,082,663
111
249,828
29,636
293,195
4,874
641,824
128,615
162,673
10,811
7,833
553,261
1,906,880
1,599
52,104
37,826
767
2,367
5,231
14,887
27,101
51,353
13,946
42,022
67,280
254,480
864,376
7,498
464,043
October
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA25 Budgeted monthly revenue and expenditure
83,860
83,860
352,858
(268,999)
2,404,476
45
285,302
12,262
311,738
4,028
611,368
128,613
162,680
10,696
8,047
869,698
2,135,477
1,876
50,869
314,642
694
2,053
6,775
14,546
23,368
37,596
16,367
43,480
70,026
253,401
791,171
12,359
496,255
November
1,047,093
1,047,093
432,588
614,505
2,146,938
141
189,575
9,224
415,497
58
592,976
131,298
162,036
10,812
7,919
627,401
2,761,443
1,320
691,028
360,318
–
120
3,770
14,046
36,513
32,871
15,155
43,117
62,444
219,255
844,374
12,558
424,553
December
146
109,648
109,648
218,651
(109,002)
1,920,754
51
203,847
20,933
287,446
4,713
623,501
33,636
180,331
10,764
7,842
547,691
1,811,752
–
34,295
(20,781)
1,065
2,557
5,963
15,020
23,852
26,834
12,381
42,005
65,377
239,017
878,792
12,931
472,443
January
Budget Year 2015/16
(18,640)
(18,640)
98,703
(117,343)
2,019,329
72
186,781
12,727
297,577
3,037
639,276
73,238
163,782
115,925
9,362
517,552
1,901,986
(374)
20,262
143,536
846
4,003
12,728
7,634
24,668
40,292
27,362
41,218
80,536
272,076
853,129
13,762
360,308
February
(237,865)
(237,865)
178,486
(416,351)
2,148,717
10
221,841
5,887
370,688
992
695,545
110,468
138,374
67,749
4,998
532,165
1,732,366
866
95,745
(29,356)
962
2,307
8,731
7,405
27,499
44,604
14,187
39,913
64,621
262,954
949,840
18,604
223,485
March
52,003
52,003
187,270
(135,267)
2,170,130
8
247,761
28,137
309,324
1,068
661,615
160,283
166,991
45,133
18,768
531,041
2,034,863
56
134,314
185,698
1,068
2,103
7,070
7,623
25,227
24,120
13,320
44,080
48,357
257,773
893,165
20,189
370,700
April
(229,664)
(229,664)
19,754
(249,418)
2,287,209
34
248,373
18,946
495,821
1,157
675,302
84,971
171,112
47,252
6,232
538,010
2,037,791
967
65,423
104,827
1,269
2,174
7,743
10,489
18,524
43,996
13,733
39,296
68,808
264,018
999,309
5,517
391,698
May
–
3,621,255
–
421,891
–
–
–
3,621,255
–
3,573,253
48,003
29,477,262
286
3,359,022
228,961
3,833,479
5,267
9,760,765
1,427,941
2,145,381
644,931
98,554
7,972,674
29,525,265
33,612
2,784,926
2,630,016
13,382
26,328
83,499
163,249
760,535
483,003
146,662
550,024
855,076
3,279,627
11,778,524
132,940
5,803,863
3,892,000
–
–
–
3,892,000
3,682,317
209,683
31,884,104
292
3,507,549
244,115
4,124,785
5,455
10,933,310
1,476,014
2,208,123
684,010
103,569
8,596,881
32,093,787
33,617
2,944,480
2,716,409
14,051
27,766
88,389
171,242
832,665
507,170
150,521
588,012
922,624
3,589,788
13,189,028
136,911
6,181,114
4,259,956
–
–
–
4,259,956
3,891,048
368,908
34,630,804
295
3,707,871
257,807
4,438,499
5,713
12,248,703
1,507,353
2,370,208
726,487
108,927
9,258,942
34,999,711
33,802
3,105,571
2,950,312
14,753
29,240
93,568
179,366
880,431
539,020
159,028
625,563
995,509
3,935,799
14,702,957
141,000
6,613,792
Budget Year Budget Year Budget Year
2015/16
+1 2016/17
+2 2017/18
421,891
490,752
(68,861)
6,227,698
(181)
914,018
60,306
269,300
(25,352)
2,254,710
465,157
367,518
293,604
3,741
1,624,876
6,158,837
26,262
833,727
778,598
3,442
2,181
9,249
31,043
450,813
79,265
(27,779)
88,685
134,822
532,429
2,019,902
(3,366)
1,199,564
June
Medium Term Revenue and Expenditure
Framework
506,974
16,382
322
Vote 12- Airport
Vote 13 - Chief Albert Luthuli International Convertional Centre10,420
Vote 14 - uShaka Marine World
825,425
825,425
Surplus/(Deficit)
2,045,752
Surplus/(Deficit) before assoc.
Total Expenditure by Vote
15,712
13,323
2,886
Vote 11 - Markets
Vote 15 - [NAME OF VOTE 15]
332
18,403
608,985
608,985
2,260,027
3,902
33,657
328,009
141,854
Vote 9 - Water
Vote 10 - Formal Housing
368,790
909,486
299,845
1,027,853
Vote 7 - Human Settlements and Infrastructure
Vote 8- Electricity
192,350
70,716
67,352
163,213
Vote 5 - Economic Development & Planning
Vote 6- Community and Emergency Services
42,949
26,364
42,114
27,516
Vote 3 - Governance
Vote 4 - Corporate and Human Resources
109,794
143,973
112,791
115,474
Vote 1 - Office of the City Manager
2,871,177
Vote 2 - Finance
Expenditure by Vote to be appropriated
Total Revenue by Vote
2,869,012
11,584
12,720
Vote 14 - uShaka Marine World
Vote 15 - [NAME OF VOTE 15]
716
20,177
409
Vote 12- Airport
6,700
8,075
562,530
Vote 13 - Chief Albert Luthuli International Convertional Centre9,888
202
Vote 11 - Markets
2,867
250,681
Vote 10 - Formal Housing
Vote 9 - Water
983,660
299,257
888,890
Vote 7 - Human Settlements and Infrastructure
Vote 8- Electricity
15,854
12,516
16,087
Vote 5 - Economic Development & Planning
13,896
887
824
203
14,486
713,972
23,164
August
1,351,533
11,439
July
Vote 6- Community and Emergency Services
Vote 4 - Corporate and Human Resources
Vote 3 - Governance
Vote 2 - Finance
Vote 1 - Office of the City Manager
Revenue by Vote
R thousand
Description
378,070
378,070
1,763,569
15,972
13,540
296
2,801
26,555
216,213
733,864
298,432
181,479
38,364
25,562
34,944
81,824
93,723
2,141,639
11,063
16,501
746
13,760
5,806
338,169
919,220
318,769
20,664
25,184
(2,556)
187
465,307
8,820
Sept.
260,482
260,482
2,082,662
16,761
14,688
626
4,026
29,090
315,926
697,848
380,079
193,375
79,086
29,513
50,357
158,552
112,734
2,343,145
14,834
21,536
575
6,904
10,936
355,199
904,038
454,161
18,422
24,647
0
844
513,697
17,349
October
82,752
82,752
2,404,476
17,460
20,009
531
4,532
50,387
382,968
723,392
411,800
270,442
72,369
41,004
48,200
197,835
163,548
2,487,228
12,203
23,069
678
6,505
7,290
514,706
825,174
578,979
15,940
20,935
2,693
1,224
460,458
17,372
November
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA26 Budgeted monthly revenue and expenditure (municipal vote)
147
1,045,940
1,045,940
2,146,938
25,627
10,715
319
4,391
81,996
258,514
727,665
358,956
207,406
63,013
29,766
54,387
158,156
166,025
3,192,877
33,680
8,618
362
7,046
3,565
323,646
917,014
363,948
28,170
27,916
(14,467)
432
1,478,259
14,688
December
109,659
109,659
1,920,754
26,829
9,749
803
4,053
22,204
264,565
658,448
361,496
201,951
73,689
26,704
41,331
126,132
102,800
2,030,413
23,194
5,202
853
204
2,984
356,713
884,632
226,212
12,689
7,384
2,335
(1,502)
501,195
8,319
January
Budget Year 2015/16
(17,087)
(17,087)
2,019,329
19,413
13,214
213
1,471
6,106
292,563
485,759
367,758
491,123
25,818
17,983
26,324
213,961
57,623
2,002,242
16,565
13,370
607
14,320
4,431
270,335
824,412
279,421
16,338
6,424
53
105
432,631
123,229
February
(237,495)
(237,495)
2,148,717
19,413
13,214
394
3,377
282,830
266,875
816,235
274,318
172,127
32,440
22,384
24,828
161,433
58,848
1,911,222
16,565
13,370
517
5,659
3,900
272,624
773,215
150,378
12,284
5,715
1,658
198
650,949
4,191
March
52,702
52,702
2,170,129
19,413
13,214
411
3,523
6,435
211,089
807,890
285,227
376,773
122,735
67,798
70,348
123,882
61,390
2,222,832
16,565
13,370
529
5,783
3,986
278,616
864,505
484,451
12,554
5,980
1,694
305
530,211
4,283
April
(226,989)
(226,989)
2,287,209
19,413
13,214
434
3,717
6,789
222,697
1,195,123
301,998
189,438
35,703
24,636
27,325
181,956
64,766
2,060,219
16,565
13,370
457
5,003
3,449
244,992
970,799
254,703
10,861
4,314
1,466
350
530,187
3,705
May
738,810
738,810
6,227,701
–
25,649
27,988
2,992
27,756
(242,844)
1,248,425
1,942,788
1,224,809
60,339
352,762
102,472
95,700
893,174
465,692
6,966,511
–
23,169
17,942
1,769
20,485
64,069
579,843
2,580,441
1,197,746
204,023
207,538
5,886
(340)
2,002,632
61,307
June
3,621,255
3,621,255
29,477,262
–
238,045
173,289
7,672
66,433
321,608
4,149,698
10,726,351
4,933,508
2,700,015
1,034,047
441,701
558,807
2,556,352
1,569,735
33,098,518
–
208,707
176,411
8,220
92,573
121,358
4,292,497
12,336,000
5,170,556
383,887
362,449
14,072
2,893
9,631,030
297,865
Budget Year
2015/16
3,892,000
3,892,000
31,884,104
–
251,075
185,138
7,975
70,325
346,758
4,506,078
11,922,331
5,226,452
2,898,358
1,067,540
467,020
593,211
2,668,455
1,673,389
35,776,104
–
229,239
185,590
8,571
97,460
125,321
4,656,307
13,731,815
5,324,381
402,290
340,205
14,776
4,804
10,338,090
317,256
Budget Year
+1 2016/17
4,259,956
4,259,956
34,630,804
–
269,936
195,872
8,283
75,158
345,196
4,906,944
13,265,421
5,585,048
3,092,764
1,142,902
499,508
624,845
2,813,259
1,805,666
38,890,760
–
246,378
196,032
8,933
107,256
126,101
5,046,227
15,195,007
5,610,505
416,722
415,157
15,662
3,162
11,155,859
347,758
Budget Year
+2 2017/18
Medium Term Revenue and Expenditure
Framework
825,425
Share of surplus/ (deficit) of associate
Surplus/(Deficit)
608,985
608,985
222,672
28,663
90,942
103,066
373,936
69,396
87,103
113,723
73,531
30,183
226,357
63,631
152,263
10,464
1,395,616
895,933
328,009
90,229
81,445
41,447
2,260,028
210,408
29,398
82,736
98,274
300,959
43,291
77,372
104,979
47,862
27,455
217,043
67,908
135,035
14,100
1,277,724
1,016,032
141,853
64,306
55,532
39,619
2,045,752
825,425
723,921
6,719
702,350
14,852
116,768
4,456
13,548
12,483
85,638
643
83,110
9,653
73,457
–
1,905,136
985,061
506,974
228,395
184,706
40,077
2,869,012
August
1,368,436
51
1,339,724
28,661
82,177
3,086
18,982
6,332
53,771
6
95,202
4,748
90,454
–
1,300,968
888,890
250,681
108,145
53,254
24,394
2,871,177
July
Surplus/(Deficit) before assoc.
Revenue - Standard
Governance and administration
Executive and council
Budget and treasury office
Corporate services
Community and public safety
Community and social services
Sport and recreation
Public safety
Housing
Health
Economic and environmental services
Planning and development
Road transport
Environmental protection
Trading services
Electricity
Water
Waste water management
Waste management
Other
Total Revenue - Standard
Expenditure - Standard
Governance and administration
Executive and council
Budget and treasury office
Corporate services
Community and public safety
Community and social services
Sport and recreation
Public safety
Housing
Health
Economic and environmental services
Planning and development
Road transport
Environmental protection
Trading services
Electricity
Water
Waste water management
Waste management
Other
Total Expenditure - Standard
R thousand
Description
378,070
378,070
144,056
23,030
29,845
91,181
341,245
48,942
76,881
119,192
64,140
32,090
164,714
49,078
106,223
9,413
1,079,533
720,050
216,214
75,155
68,114
34,021
1,763,569
469,580
97
457,887
11,596
112,132
8,389
22,112
86
80,834
710
74,311
12,272
62,068
(29)
1,441,743
925,265
338,169
134,428
43,882
43,872
2,141,639
Sept.
260,482
260,482
243,242
31,895
105,242
106,105
390,893
76,609
93,142
118,784
70,916
31,443
227,082
67,169
148,750
11,163
1,179,046
681,155
315,925
96,690
85,276
42,398
2,082,663
521,206
5,104
498,966
17,135
120,135
6,668
18,309
6,184
88,435
539
204,638
18,284
186,344
10
1,452,542
905,627
355,199
148,976
42,740
44,624
2,343,145
October
82,753
82,753
306,620
30,366
132,577
143,676
499,766
68,130
119,047
171,699
93,139
47,751
256,361
82,578
156,966
16,817
1,290,988
706,855
382,967
107,267
93,899
50,740
2,404,475
471,860
6,326
451,067
14,466
107,218
5,906
15,980
7,582
77,198
553
107,087
12,919
93,608
560
1,757,934
827,209
514,706
252,472
163,547
43,128
2,487,228
November
1,045,938
1,045,938
264,558
38,512
107,955
118,091
463,959
55,767
101,114
156,743
118,549
31,787
223,969
62,890
149,503
11,576
1,146,184
724,371
258,513
89,786
73,514
48,268
2,146,939
1,474,876
8,691
1,464,936
1,249
123,834
4,127
17,481
8,274
88,433
5,519
138,814
23,919
114,895
–
1,404,926
917,014
323,646
120,004
44,263
50,426
3,192,877
December
148
109,660
109,660
202,092
28,351
78,194
95,547
373,910
63,994
99,186
125,604
55,489
29,637
198,967
49,784
138,082
11,101
1,099,327
642,690
264,913
95,374
96,350
46,457
1,920,754
500,865
(2,652)
487,442
16,075
44,891
6,587
(5,248)
10,579
31,392
1,581
62,697
11,298
51,114
285
1,391,566
887,936
356,713
104,032
42,885
30,394
2,030,414
January
Budget Year 2015/16
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA27 Budgeted monthly revenue and expenditure (standard classification)
(17,088)
(17,088)
293,781
28,482
130,035
135,264
419,308
56,305
128,753
140,874
58,220
35,155
225,580
76,137
136,022
13,421
1,071,876
657,074
214,927
97,880
101,995
8,783
2,019,329
698,169
342
678,451
19,376
30,733
3,296
4,971
12,861
9,601
4
38,431
3,467
34,827
137
1,216,512
789,730
287,044
88,288
51,451
18,396
2,002,241
February
(237,495)
(237,495)
330,918
24,673
129,682
176,563
410,494
87,861
108,184
140,814
51,512
22,124
208,523
70,460
124,215
13,848
1,184,630
748,793
256,481
87,887
91,469
14,152
2,148,717
532,072
230
507,001
24,841
123,573
3,561
3,385
10,978
101,033
4,615
67,790
4,247
63,177
366
1,179,588
711,848
289,473
108,862
69,405
8,199
1,911,222
March
52,702
52,702
312,045
25,739
133,494
152,812
378,276
68,148
101,104
132,208
53,737
23,080
240,821
89,046
137,328
14,447
1,224,224
774,210
267,563
87,030
95,421
14,764
2,170,130
616,097
235
590,475
25,387
126,290
3,639
3,459
11,220
103,254
4,717
67,470
2,530
64,566
374
1,404,596
926,574
295,837
111,255
70,930
8,380
2,222,832
April
(226,991)
(226,991)
326,165
27,154
83,452
215,558
390,064
71,895
106,663
130,464
56,692
24,349
140,676
35,875
89,560
15,241
1,414,729
944,307
282,276
87,478
100,668
15,576
2,287,209
624,083
203
601,917
21,963
109,257
3,149
2,993
9,706
89,328
4,081
60,968
4,787
55,858
323
1,258,661
845,111
255,937
96,250
61,364
7,250
2,060,219
May
3,621,255
–
3,621,255
–
738,813
3,790,589
411,122
1,804,852
1,574,615
5,031,128
890,214
1,280,085
1,663,169
894,717
302,942
3,177,370
889,507
2,079,740
208,123
16,833,669
10,483,707
4,149,698
1,247,925
952,339
644,506
29,477,262
9,823,010
146,383
9,401,124
275,503
1,978,665
216,190
147,060
105,769
1,430,162
79,484
1,692,562
286,684
1,373,222
32,656
19,106,668
12,365,480
4,292,497
1,496,352
952,339
497,613
33,098,518
Budget Year
2015/16
738,813
934,031
94,860
700,694
138,477
688,317
179,876
181,537
208,086
150,930
(32,112)
847,276
174,951
605,793
66,531
3,469,793
1,972,237
1,220,055
268,844
8,657
288,281
6,227,698
1,821,847
121,037
1,620,907
79,902
881,656
163,325
31,088
9,484
621,244
56,515
692,043
178,559
482,855
30,629
3,392,494
2,755,215
518,120
(4,753)
123,912
178,472
6,966,512
June
–
3,892,000
3,892,000
3,982,590
446,948
1,880,156
1,655,486
5,391,825
955,935
1,351,847
1,788,855
977,478
317,711
3,306,650
913,150
2,187,320
206,180
18,519,451
11,662,484
4,506,078
1,323,215
1,027,675
683,587
31,884,104
10,543,434
157,453
10,097,311
288,671
1,985,663
258,231
123,800
108,476
1,409,185
85,972
1,667,342
258,395
1,404,279
4,668
21,046,873
13,763,541
4,656,307
1,599,350
1,027,675
532,791
35,776,104
Budget Year
+1 2016/17
–
4,259,956
4,259,956
4,217,382
471,522
1,978,843
1,767,017
5,759,143
1,020,231
1,436,092
1,918,963
1,044,882
338,973
3,524,389
983,218
2,307,108
234,063
20,401,182
12,987,316
4,906,944
1,411,712
1,095,210
728,708
34,630,804
11,386,336
180,028
10,895,324
310,984
1,972,103
265,534
134,947
112,823
1,375,703
83,096
1,809,122
324,538
1,482,101
2,484
23,144,640
15,229,159
5,046,227
1,774,044
1,095,210
578,559
38,890,760
Budget Year
+2 2017/18
Medium Term Revenue and Expenditure
Framework
28,476
Vote 9 - Vote 9 - Water
3,995
740
130
385
671
118
349
854
Vote 4 - Corporate and Human Resources
Vote 5 - Economic Development & Planning
Vote 6 - Vote 6 - Community and Emergency Services
Vote 7 - Vote 7 - Human Settlements and Infrastructure
6,783
7,301
5,590
1,423
582
197
1,118
1,188
6,783
6,277
1,598
653
221
1,256
1,334
2,285
9,292
799
2,189
895
303
1,720
1,828
3,131
6,287
2,570
871
4,940
5,250
8,991
26,686
1,655,288
Total Capital Expenditure
Capital single-year expenditure sub-total
234,482
9,043
257,523
8,963
436,705
14,730
63
347,894
12,626
316
384,298
14,348
1,736
149
454,437
33,041
10,513
239,327
8,108
239
515,513
24,750
1,015
394,680
18,949
777
443,256
21,281
872
614,399
36,352
16,195
1,724,411
69,123
–
13,149
97
Vote 14 - Vote 14 - uShaka Marine World
183
Vote 13 - Vote 13 - Chief Albert Luthuli International Convertional Centre
1,311
Vote 15 - [NAME OF VOTE 15]
–
379
542
Vote 12 - Vote 12 - Airport
–
126
1,859
760
257
1,460
1,552
6,040
2,035
578,048
–
8,416
876
358
121
688
731
7,889
2,658
421,975
Vote 10 - Vote 10 - Formal Housing
223
1,596
652
221
1,254
1,333
3,717
1,252
375,731
Vote 11 - Vote 11 - Markets
1,083
1,401
573
194
1,101
1,170
6,774
2,282
490,763
–
1,270
519
176
998
1,060
5,947
2,004
231,219
–
536
5,389
1,816
421,397
4,138
–
209,701
182,780
1,023,677
Vote 8 - Vote 8 - Electricity
1,598
653
221
1,256
1,334
2,285
369,951
1,441
73,016
63,642
356,433
78,979
65,379
–
–
23,429
67,205
June
Vote 9 - Vote 9 - Water
941
786
1,346
713
Vote 3 - Governance
3,624
1,221
Vote 1 - Office of the City Manager
Vote 2 - Finance
Single-year expenditure to be appropriated
335,268
1,052
53,301
46,459
260,196
29,194
22,764
–
–
8,158
23,400
May
6,046,926
271,313
–
45,155
32,583
–
–
–
–
–
21,891
8,949
3,031
17,200
18,280
31,307
92,917
5,775,613
–
–
14,407
–
730,156
636,422
3,564,334
287,072
227,643
–
–
81,579
234,000
Budget Year
2015/16
–
225,439
421,975
936
47,460
41,367
231,682
21,311
16,618
–
–
5,955
17,082
April
–
Vote 15 - [NAME OF VOTE 15]
Capital multi-year expenditure sub-total
248,561
1,223
61,990
54,032
302,612
18,976
14,797
–
–
5,303
15,210
March
–
576
29,206
25,457
142,573
24,785
19,327
–
–
6,926
19,867
Feb.
–
1,050
53,228
46,395
259,840
11,677
9,106
–
–
3,263
9,360
January
Vote 14 - Vote 14 - uShaka Marine World
922
46,730
40,731
228,117
21,282
16,595
–
–
5,947
17,059
Dec.
–
836
42,349
36,912
206,731
18,684
14,569
–
–
5,221
14,976
Nov.
–
1,052
53,301
46,459
260,196
16,932
13,203
–
–
4,732
13,572
October
6,435,351
251,278
–
36,091
31,882
–
–
–
–
–
21,880
7,839
5,770
4,799
13,391
24,366
105,260
6,184,073
–
–
–
–
9,500
–
793,119
666,152
3,688,898
412,178
257,152
–
–
112,074
245,000
Budget Year
+1 2016/17
6,937,100
295,778
–
41,989
25,000
–
–
–
–
–
75,378
3,610
2,620
4,300
19,074
12,942
110,865
6,641,322
–
–
–
–
18,000
–
809,667
691,100
3,759,270
587,832
344,290
–
–
174,163
257,000
Budget Year
+2 2017/18
Medium Term Revenue and Expenditure
Framework
Vote 13 - Vote 13 - Chief Albert Luthuli International Convertional Centre
620
31,397
27,366
153,266
21,311
16,618
–
–
5,955
17,082
Sept.
Budget Year 2015/16
Vote 12 - Vote 12 - Airport
Vote 11 - Vote 11 - Markets
562
24,820
Vote 10 - Vote 10 - Formal Housing
139,009
Vote 7 - Vote 7 - Human Settlements and Infrastructure
Vote 8 - Vote 8 - Electricity
12,553
9,789
8,878
11,386
Vote 5 - Economic Development & Planning
–
–
–
–
Vote 3 - Governance
Vote 4 - Corporate and Human Resources
Vote 6 - Vote 6 - Community and Emergency Services
3,508
9,126
3,182
10,062
August
Vote 1 - Office of the City Manager
July
Vote 2 - Finance
Multi-year expenditure to be appropriated
R thousand
Description
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA28 Budgeted monthly capital expenditure (municipal vote)
4,735
3,284
58,360
234,899
Internally generated funds
Total Capital Funding
257,983
63,337
43,000
151,646
137,539
39,000
882
Borrowing
Public contributions & donations
Transfers recognised - capital
Other transfers and grants
32,375
118,390
257,983
1,259
3,621
27,595
31,397
27,366
89,978
80,641
9,919
90,560
905
52,874
900
942
10,191
800
29,363
District Municipality
107,377
National Government
234,899
Provincial Government
Funded by:
Total Capital Expenditure - Standard
2,056
25,028
Waste water management
Waste management
Other
24,820
28,476
Electricity
Water
81,608
Trading services
Environmental protection
8,996
73,139
Planning and development
82,135
821
Road transport
Economic and environmental services
Health
47,956
816
Public safety
Housing
855
9,243
65,812
4,295
59,690
4,854
786
10,375
August
4,403
713
9,410
July
Sport and recreation
Community and social services
Community and public safety
Corporate services
Budget and treasury office
Executive and council
Governance and administration
Capital Expenditure - Standard
R thousand
Description
437,486
107,040
73,000
257,446
1,497
54,962
200,987
437,486
1,651
6,146
46,847
53,301
46,459
152,753
136,901
16,839
153,741
1,537
89,763
1,528
1,600
17,300
111,728
8,039
8,241
1,334
17,614
Sept.
348,515
85,969
58,000
204,546
1,189
43,669
159,688
348,515
2,235
4,883
37,221
42,349
36,912
121,366
108,771
13,379
122,150
1,221
71,319
1,214
1,271
13,745
88,770
6,387
6,547
1,060
13,994
October
384,983
95,277
64,000
225,706
1,312
48,186
176,208
384,983
2,881
5,389
41,071
46,730
40,731
133,921
120,023
14,763
134,786
1,348
78,696
1,339
1,402
15,167
97,953
7,047
7,225
1,170
15,442
Nov.
239,755
58,689
40,000
141,066
820
30,116
110,130
239,755
941
3,368
25,669
29,206
25,457
83,700
75,014
9,227
84,241
842
49,185
837
877
9,480
61,221
4,405
4,515
731
9,651
January
150
455,217
125,224
72,900
257,093
1,494
54,887
200,712
455,217
19,979
6,138
46,783
53,228
46,395
152,544
136,714
16,816
153,530
1,535
89,640
1,526
1,597
17,276
111,575
8,028
8,229
1,333
17,590
Dec.
Budget Year 2015/16
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA29 Budgeted monthly capital expenditure (standard classification)
516,421
132,108
84,900
299,413
1,740
63,922
233,751
516,421
9,539
7,148
54,483
61,990
54,032
177,654
159,218
19,584
178,802
1,788
104,396
1,777
1,860
20,120
129,941
9,349
9,584
1,552
20,485
Feb.
395,375
101,143
65,000
229,232
1,333
48,939
178,961
395,375
7,303
5,473
41,713
47,460
41,367
136,013
121,898
14,994
136,892
1,369
79,926
1,360
1,424
15,404
99,484
7,158
7,338
1,188
15,683
March
444,037
113,591
73,000
257,446
1,497
54,962
200,987
444,037
8,202
6,146
46,847
53,301
46,459
152,753
136,901
16,839
153,741
1,537
89,763
1,528
1,600
17,300
111,728
8,039
8,241
1,334
17,614
April
615,469
162,804
100,000
352,665
2,050
75,291
275,325
615,469
18,435
8,420
64,174
73,016
63,642
209,251
187,536
23,067
210,604
2,106
122,963
2,093
2,191
23,699
153,052
11,012
11,289
1,828
24,128
May
1,716,784
370,130
287,200
–
1,059,454
3,188
–
257,235
799,032
1,716,784
17,666
24,182
184,307
209,701
182,780
600,969
–
538,604
66,250
604,853
6,048
342,450
6,010
6,293
63,198
423,999
31,626
32,421
5,250
69,296
June
6,046,926
1,473,673
1,000,000
–
3,573,253
17,800
–
793,906
2,761,547
6,046,926
92,145
84,198
641,736
730,156
636,422
2,092,512
–
1,875,361
230,674
2,106,035
21,058
1,218,930
20,926
21,913
232,124
1,514,951
110,117
112,886
18,280
241,283
Budget Year
2015/16
6,435,351
1,753,034
1,000,000
–
3,682,317
4,100
–
795,144
2,883,073
6,435,351
77,473
126,271
653,900
793,119
666,152
2,239,442
–
2,067,207
262,922
2,330,129
15,184
1,108,400
14,831
33,976
361,941
1,534,332
104,144
136,440
13,391
253,975
Budget Year
+1 2016/17
6,937,100
2,046,052
1,000,000
–
3,891,048
–
–
811,532
3,079,516
6,937,100
84,989
145,527
683,621
809,667
691,100
2,329,915
–
2,118,515
346,910
2,465,425
5,195
1,143,986
13,340
32,376
540,831
1,735,728
114,865
187,105
19,074
321,044
Budget Year
+2 2017/18
Medium Term Revenue and Expenditure
Framework
483,578
12,536
869,722
222,732
59,059
42,222
8,054
29,952
33,501
12,163
5,040
3,573
–
778,686
61,935
2,622,752
Cash Receipts By Source
Property rates
Property rates - penalties & collection charges
Service charges - electricity revenue
Service charges - water revenue
Service charges - sanitation revenue
Service charges - refuse revenue
Service charges - other
Rental of facilities and equipment
Interest earned - external investments
Interest earned - outstanding debtors
Fines
Licences and permits
Agency services
Transfer receipts - operational
Other revenue
Cash Receipts by Source
22,814
245,675
2,098,453
257,523
2,355,976
10,436
191,117
1,878,951
234,482
2,113,433
1,074,591
5,217,164
6,291,755
NET INCREASE/(DECREASE) IN CASH HELD
Cash/cash equivalents at the month/year begin:
Cash/cash equivalents at the month/year end:
511,467
6,291,755
6,803,222
534,214
7,920
98,658
860,142
4,488
4,488
320,054
105,449
6,803,222
6,908,670
2,037,277
436,705
(2,347)
174,906
1,600,572
569,697
8,024
(85,681)
680,821
4,309
4,309
246,533
2,142,725
2,867,443
527,069
7,867
98,684
823,686
1,895
1,895
216,304
321,804
438,912
7,768
870,765
254,897
69,731
42,678
22,579
33,261
38,251
12,906
(180)
405
2,496
(25,472)
51,924
1,820,921
Sept.
268,287
478,322
12,584
943,979
246,594
64,014
41,309
17,357
38,858
31,219
15,488
11,380
2,485
772
1,493
693,300
2,599,156
August
Cash Payments by Type
Employee related costs
Remuneration of councillors
Finance charges
Bulk purchases - Electricity
Bulk purchases - Water & Sewer
Other materials
Contracted services
Transfers and grants - other municipalities
Transfers and grants - other
Other expenditure
Cash Payments by Type
Other Cash Flows/Payments by Type
Capital assets
Repayment of borrowing
Other Cash Flows/Payments
Total Cash Payments by Type
Other Cash Flows by Source
Transfer receipts - capital
565,273
Contributions recognised - capital & Contributed assets
Proceeds on disposal of PPE
Short term loans
Borrowing long term/refinancing
Increase (decrease) in consumer deposits
Decrease (Increase) in non-current debtors
Decrease (increase) other non-current receivables
Decrease (increase) in non-current investments
Total Cash Receipts by Source
3,188,025
July
R thousand
MONTHLY CASH FLOWS
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA30 Budgeted monthly cash flow
82,093
6,908,670
6,990,763
2,261,837
347,894
29,636
249,828
1,913,943
553,261
7,833
128,615
641,824
4,874
4,874
293,195
2,343,929
438,648
464,043
7,498
864,376
254,480
67,280
42,022
13,946
51,353
27,101
14,887
5,231
2,367
767
37,826
52,104
1,905,281
October
(132,971)
6,990,763
6,857,792
2,619,381
384,298
12,262
285,302
2,235,083
869,698
8,047
128,613
611,368
4,028
4,028
311,738
2,486,411
352,809
496,255
12,359
791,171
253,401
70,026
43,480
16,367
37,596
23,368
14,546
6,775
2,053
694
314,642
50,869
2,133,602
November
764,206
6,857,792
7,621,999
2,428,444
454,437
9,224
189,575
1,974,006
627,401
7,919
131,298
592,976
58
58
415,497
3,192,650
432,527
424,553
12,558
844,374
219,255
62,444
43,117
15,155
32,871
36,513
14,046
3,770
120
–
360,318
691,028
2,760,123
December
151
56,724
7,621,999
7,678,722
1,973,648
239,327
20,933
203,847
1,734,321
547,691
7,842
33,636
623,501
4,713
4,713
287,446
2,030,372
218,620
472,443
12,931
878,792
239,017
65,377
42,005
12,381
26,834
23,852
15,020
5,963
2,557
1,065
(20,781)
34,295
1,811,752
January
Budget Year 2015/16
(257,049)
7,678,722
7,421,673
2,258,099
515,513
12,727
186,781
1,742,587
517,552
9,362
73,238
639,276
3,037
3,037
297,577
2,001,050
98,689
360,308
13,762
853,129
272,076
80,536
41,218
27,362
40,292
24,668
7,634
12,728
4,003
846
143,536
20,262
1,902,361
February
(428,295)
7,421,673
6,993,378
2,338,256
394,680
5,887
221,841
1,943,576
532,165
4,998
110,468
695,545
992
992
370,688
1,909,961
178,461
223,485
18,604
949,840
262,954
64,621
39,913
14,187
44,604
27,499
7,405
8,731
2,307
962
(29,356)
95,745
1,731,500
March
(180,271)
6,993,378
6,813,107
2,402,322
443,256
28,137
247,761
1,959,066
531,041
18,768
160,283
661,615
1,068
1,068
309,324
2,222,051
187,244
370,700
20,189
893,165
257,773
48,357
44,080
13,320
24,120
25,227
7,623
7,070
2,103
1,068
185,698
134,314
2,034,807
April
(627,792)
6,813,107
6,185,315
2,684,367
614,399
18,946
248,373
2,069,968
538,010
6,232
84,971
675,302
1,157
1,157
495,821
2,056,575
19,751
391,698
5,517
999,309
264,018
68,808
39,296
13,733
43,996
18,524
10,489
7,743
2,174
1,269
104,827
65,423
2,036,824
May
(1,194,529)
6,185,315
4,990,786
1,724,411
1,190,563
–
8,080,986
1,390,018
3,741
465,157
463,497
1,760,594
(25,352)
231,063
–
60,306
816,987
5,166,011
491,139
–
33,612
–
1,000,000
81,374
(898)
–
–
6,886,457
909,371
(10,013)
1,666,547
401,244
92,068
61,183
(35,112)
79,265
450,812
31,043
9,249
2,181
3,442
778,598
841,351
5,281,230
June
1,000,000
84,788
(1,815)
1,000,000
81,374
(898)
(226,378)
5,217,164
4,990,786
33,554,026
6,046,926
1,190,563
228,961
3,261,992
26,316,537
7,737,816
98,554
1,427,941
7,969,552
1,791,213
5,267
3,795,242
(371,349)
4,990,786
4,619,437
36,222,008
6,435,351
1,063,144
244,115
3,533,768
28,723,513
8,343,637
103,569
1,476,014
8,980,888
1,952,422
5,455
4,083,645
35,850,659
33,617
33,612
33,327,649
3,682,317
5,872,058
130,065
12,793,357
3,374,401
876,493
558,611
142,995
507,170
832,664
171,242
88,389
27,766
14,051
2,716,409
2,946,080
31,051,752
(381,106)
4,619,437
4,238,331
39,256,933
6,937,100
1,076,667
257,807
3,734,245
31,243,166
8,986,193
108,927
1,507,353
10,120,563
2,128,140
5,713
4,394,226
38,875,827
1,000,000
89,048
(1,939)
33,802
3,891,048
6,283,102
133,950
14,261,868
3,699,651
945,734
594,285
151,076
539,020
880,431
179,366
93,568
29,240
14,753
2,950,312
3,107,510
33,863,867
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
2016/17
2017/18
3,573,253
1
5,513,669
126,293
11,425,169
3,148,442
812,322
522,523
139,329
483,003
760,535
163,249
83,499
26,328
13,382
2,630,016
2,792,550
28,640,308
Budget Year
2015/16
Medium Term Revenue and Expenditure
Framework
ETH eThekwini - SA31
Description
R million
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Current Year 2014/15
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Original
Budget
Adjusted
Budget
Full Year
Forecast
Budget Year
2015/16
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
2016/17
2017/18
Financial Performance
Property rates
Service charges
Investment revenue
8
10
13
8
14
13
13
9
8
388
345
346
355
350
349
373
406
434
396
355
359
363
364
362
385
415
442
101
111
113
137
132
132
144
155
167
60
Transfers recognised - operational
Other own revenue
Contributions recognised - capital & contributed assets
Total Revenue (excluding capital transfers and contributions)
Employee costs
Remuneration of Board Members
–
1
36
47
50
45
53
53
60
61
9
9
10
9
9
9
0
0
19
21
26
28
203
152
159
178
192
184
207
220
238
367
340
358
397
386
378
411
436
466
29
14
1
(34)
(22)
(16)
(26)
(21)
(23)
32
27
25
98
60
60
78
68
67
32
27
25
98
60
60
78
68
67
32
27
25
98
60
60
78
68
67
Total current assets
193
229
256
180
233
231
201
197
199
Total non current assets
667
650
665
706
687
635
651
634
623
53
54
69
67
59
61
127
146
177
Total non current liabilities
328
337
342
228
358
358
227
227
227
Equity
478
489
511
592
451
447
498
458
419
Depreciation & asset impairment
Finance charges
Materials and bulk purchases
Transfers and grants
Other expenditure
Total Expenditure
Surplus/(Deficit)
Capital expenditure & funds sources
Capital expenditure
Transfers recognised - operational
Public contributions & donations
Borrowing
Internally generated funds
Total sources
Financial position
Total current liabilities
Cash flows
Net cash from (used) operating
25
65
48
(54)
(40)
38
74
66
59
Net cash from (used) investing
15
(26)
(25)
74
60
(60)
(78)
(68)
(67)
Net cash from (used) financing
Cash/cash equivalents at the year end
(0)
(1)
(0)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(95)
(17)
(17)
178
215
238
169
216
214
115
96
71
152
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External mechanism
Yrs/ Mths
Name of organisation
Period of
agreement 1.
Service provided
Number
Expiry date of service
delivery agreement or
contract
Monetary value of
agreement 2.
R thousand
Kwa Mashu Dry Cleaners
Mths
ongoing
Cleaning
Adhoc
108
Zimiphi Trading
Mths
ongoing
Cleaning
Adhoc
108
Ikhayelihle Cleaning
Mths
ongoing
Cleaning
Adhoc
Aqua Transport and Plant Hire Pty Ltd
Yrs
3
Annual Rehabiltiation to various regions located in the Northern
03 September
Region 2016
75,000
Aqua Transport and Plant Hire Pty Ltd
Yrs
3
Annual Rehabiltiation to various regions located in the Southern
03 September
Region 2016
90,000
Aqua Transport and Plant Hire Pty Ltd
Yrs
3
Annual Rehabiltiation to various regions located in the Western
03 September
Region 2016
70,000
Aqua Transport and Plant Hire Pty Ltd
Yrs
3
Annual Rehabiltiation to various regions located in the Central
03 Region
September 2016
40,000
Purple Primula 26cc
Yrs
2
Reinstatment of retro reflective road markings as and when required
18 December
on variuos
2015 roads located within the south region
494
Megaphase Roadmarking and Traffic
Yrs
2
Reinstatment of retro reflective road markings as and when required
18 December
on variuos
2015 roads located within the North 4,980
Central Region
Megaphase Roadmarking and Traffic
Yrs
2
Reinstatment of retro reflective road markings as and when required
18 December
on variuos
2015 roads located within the West11,112
Central Region
Bhenezuzi
Yrs
2
Road Reserve Maintenance 2
13 January 2015
8,959
Amabombo Trading
Yrs
2
Road Reserve Maintenance 2
30 January 2015
10,712
54
Kholwa Construction
Yrs
2
Road Reserve Maintenance 2
30 January 2015
10,426
Kholwa Construction
Yrs
2
Road Reserve Maintenance 2
30 January 2015
7,442
Makhathini
Yrs
2
Road Reserve Maintenance 2
30 January 2015
8,386
Uhlange
Yrs
2
Road Reserve Maintenance 2
30 January 2015
11,603
Kholwa Construction
Yrs
2
Road Reserve Maintenance 1
18 February 2015
7,442
Mesiyas civil and building contractors
Yrs
2
Road Reserve Maintenance 1
18 February 2015
8,681
Bhenezuzi Construction
Yrs
2
Road Reserve Maintenance 1
18 February 2015
9,403
MAGEZA/JAMES JV
Yrs
2
Gravel Road
20 January 2016
49,343
MELKI
Yrs
2
Gravel Road
26 February 2016
68,618
MAZCON
Yrs
2
Gravel Road
20 January 2016
54,013
KZN Mobile Coolers
Yrs
2
Annual Contract for Surface for North Central
11 January 2016
1,829
Amaqakala Construction
Yrs
2
Annual Contract for Surface for North Central
11 January 2016
2,259
Kwamkholo Trading and Projects
Yrs
2
Annual Contract for Surface for South Central
11 January 2016
2,296
SKCY Roads
Yrs
2
Annual Contract for Surface for South Central
11 January 2016
3,155
P4S Trading
Yrs
2
Annual Contract for Surface for South Central
11 January 2016
2,898
Dinwayini Construction
Yrs
2
Annual Contract for Surface for West Central
11 January 2016
2,269
Intokozo Homes
Yrs
2
Annual Contract for Surface for West Central
11 January 2016
2,529
Ngcobo-Gumede Plant Hire
Yrs
2
Annual Contract for Surface for West Central
11 January 2016
2,756
Ramro Asphalters
Yrs
2
Annual Contract for Surface for North Central
11 January 2016
1,581
Sholo Trading Enterprise
Yrs
2
Annual Contract for Surface for North Central
11 January 2016
1,723
Sdoyi Business Enterprise
Yrs
2
Annual Contract for Surface for South Central
11 January 2016
2,123
2,846
Zalom Business Enterprise
Yrs
2
Annual Contract for Surface for West Central
11 January 2016
Nolinesa Construction
Yrs
2
Fencing repairs within South Region
10 October 2015
508
Dinwayini Construction
Yrs
2
Fencing repairs within North Centre Region
10 October 2015
1,558
11 October 2015
1,558
Dinwayini Construction
Yrs
2
Fencing repairs within South Centre Region
Megaphase Road Marking
Yrs
2
Annual Contract for Road Signs
17 December 2015
714
Mathukuthela Construction
Yrs
2
Annual Contract for Road Signs
17 December 2015
488
Imbhenge Trading Enterprise
Yrs
2
Annual Contract for Road Signs
17 December 2015
835
Megaphase Road Marking
Yrs
2
Annual Contract for Road Signs
17 December 2015
722
Imbhenge Trading Enterprise
Yrs
2
Annual Contract for Road Signs
17 December 2015
830
Mathukuthela Construction
Yrs
2
Annual Contract for Road Signs
17 December 2015
488
Sdoyi Business Enterprise JV
Yrs
2
Maintenance of Existing Sidewalks
17 September 2016
4,959
Sakcon trading and construction
Yrs
2
Maintenance of Existing Sidewalks
17 September 2016
6,762
Amanifa Projects
Yrs
2
Maintenance of Existing Sidewalks
17 September 2016
6,375
Khuthala Consulting (PTY) LTD
Yrs
2
Maintenance of Existing Sidewalks
17 September 2016
5,543
17 September 2016
6,128
09 August 2016
3,411
RC PROJECTS
Yrs
2
Maintenance of Existing Sidewalks
Mahlaselondwe Trading Enterprise
Yrs
2
Concrete Punch Out
Impumelelo Yodwa
Mths
12
Yard Maintenance / Various Libraries
30 September 2015
240
Rise Up an Walk
Mths
12
Yard Maintenance / Various Libraries
30 September 2015
326
374
Iningi Multi purpose
Mths
12
Yard Maintenance / Various Libraries
30 September 2015
Siphosethu
Mths
12
Yard Maintenance / Various Libraries
30 September 2015
374
Hlanzikhaya Trading
Mths
12
Yard Maintenance / Various Libraries
30 September 2015
528
153
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA32 List of external mechanisms
External mechanism
Yrs/ Mths
Name of organisation
Period of
agreement 1.
Service provided
Number
Expiry date of service
delivery agreement or
contract
Monetary value of
agreement 2.
R thousand
Women of Vela
Mths
12
Yard Maintenance / Various Libraries
30 September 2015
328
Zolingo Construction
Mths
12
Yard Maintenance / Various Libraries
30 September 2015
240
Abaxhapheshi
Mths
12
Yard Maintenance / Various Libraries
30 September 2015
468
Samila construction
Mths
12
Yard Maintenance / Various Libraries
30 September 2015
48
Zizwelewena
Mths
12
Yard Maintenance / Various Libraries
30 September 2015
281
Hlanzikhaya Trading
Mths
12
Yard Maintenance / Various Libraries
30 September 2015
288
Nkathazo
Mths
12
Yard Maintenance / Various Libraries
30 September 2015
421
Iningi Multi purpose
Mths
12
Yard Maintenance / Various Libraries
30 September 2015
374
Durban Golf Club Development (PTY) Ltd
12
3
Maintenance of Papwa Sewgolum Golf Course
Leitch Landscapes Natal (Pty) Ltd
36
3
Maintenance of Windsor Golf Course
31 March 2018
3,816
29 February 2018
3,708
Natal Sharks Board
36
3
Maintenance of Sharks Net on eThekwini Beaches
30 June 2017
12,298
Top Admin Services (PTY) LTD
Yrs
1
Management and maintenance of Umngeni River Bird Park
30 June 2015
6,823
Co-operatives
Yrs
1
Cut Grass / bush clearing
30 August 2015
411
Co-operatives
Yrs
1
Cut Grass / rec. grounds
30 August 2015
2,609
54,500
Co-operatives
Yrs
1
Cut Grass / Verge maintenance
30 August 2015
Pest Control
Mths
12
Eradication of weeds
31 March 2015
3,000
SRK
Mnths
36
Risk Assessment
31 April 2016
7,247
Sysman
Mnths
36
Software Upgrade & Maintenance
28 February 2017
Majola & Dube Distributors
Mnths
36
Issue of Disaster Relief Hampers
29 April 2017
7,750
990 per hamper
Brandfin Trade 110 cc
Mnths
36
Installation and Maintenance Of CCTV Cameras
25 July 2017
Siza Kancane Trading Enterprise 5 cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
8,400
24
Baphiwe Muthwa Construction and Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
23
Alagu Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
26
Bonisiweh Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
Three is Crowd Trading & Projects cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
Golden Rewards 1621 t/a Eyatho Projects
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
25
Mashalofu Business Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
Isawale Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
23
Amandla Emicabango Trading 35 cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
Best Gasa Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
25
Mandlafo Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
22
Howlong Trading 6cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
23
Masoshumpu Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
Jolomu Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
22
24
Lethusizo Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
Mntaka Gogo Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
Crystal Dawn Trading 38 CC
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
25
Amagagu Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
23
Makalishi Trading Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
Mampakwana Trading Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
22
Kwela Musa Networks
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
25
Siznosizo Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
25
Asizameni Sonke Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
25
Qokweni Contractors
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
Bucks Bub Trading 11
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
Tsitsana Trading Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
Coral Blue trading 98
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
Lungza Management Consultants cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
Amavelase Trading Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
Sasikude Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
Ndosi Matho Tourist Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
23
Ndunge TK Trading Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
25
Bright Idea Projects 844cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
23
Ngenzakonke Trading cc.
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
23
154
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA32 List of external mechanisms
External mechanism
Yrs/ Mths
Name of organisation
Period of
agreement 1.
Service provided
Number
Expiry date of service
delivery agreement or
contract
Monetary value of
agreement 2.
R thousand
Smakade Trading CC
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
Nhlanzi Consultants cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
26
25
Unyezi Business Consultants
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
23
25
Zadoda Trading Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
Minenhle Fleet Management
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
23
Panetha Investments cc
Mths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
Phakamile Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
Puleng BusinessTrading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
24
Qalani Investments cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
Qondeni Trading Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
Okuhlekodwa Trading and Projects 41
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
23
Sandra Mkhunya Trading Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
25
Ndokoman Trading and Projects 26
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
24
Sekhoba Trading 21 CC
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
Godide Investments
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
Sisoka Business Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
25
Sithokomele Business Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
Red Devil Investments 15
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
S Thuthumela Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
Inkemba Yethu Contracting and services
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
25
Nonx Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
Thomoyi Business Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
28
S B Majola Construction cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
23
Amagabhisa Civils & Construction cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
25
Zandaziphelele Development Services
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
Mkie Trading Enterprise CC
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
Vimbhindlela Contracting and Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
25
Khayalombuso Trading and Supply
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
23
Ngenzeni Waste Removal cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
23
Sandiles Plumbing Services
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
26
Khonzokwakhe Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
Benzi Cleaning Services
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
26
Deborah 1 Trading Enterprise (Pty) Ltd
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
25
Shake the Blue Trading & Projects
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
02 October 2015
23
Ukuqina Kwendaba Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
23
Mvonono Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
23
Skills Magnate Training Consultants
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
23
BTM Construction cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
26
Shwelezeni Trading and Projects
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
25
Amile Trading Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
26
Chisamba Cleaning & Catering Services cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
23
Tubeko Trading Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
Ngamule Construction and Services cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
19
Mthandeni Madum Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
18
Sakhamuzi Trading 49cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
22
NicoCindy Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
23
Hlwanyela Trading 5 cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
29
L. C Herc Trading Enterprise 8
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
23
Donald Duck Trading 15
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
Buhle Bamambo Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
Divine Dollar Trading 41CC
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
Inhlanitano Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
09 September 2015
21
Nozinkaniso Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
24
Isizindasabantu
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
23
155
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA32 List of external mechanisms
External mechanism
Yrs/ Mths
Name of organisation
Period of
agreement 1.
Service provided
Number
Expiry date of service
delivery agreement or
contract
Monetary value of
agreement 2.
R thousand
Mnganga Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
23
Mkhothozi Contracting and Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
23
Nubian Cage Clean. & Maint. Primary Co-Op Ship
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
23
Amanzi Ahlo Bile Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
31 July 2015
23
Nonx Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
18
Jane Nxasane Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
25
Syaphumelela Construction cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
25
Thapersi Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
24
Zikwano Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
14 July 2016
22
Gqamzan Contracting and Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
15
Mdukhi Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
20
Nubian Cage Clean. & Maint. Primary Co-Op Ship
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
15
Minez Supply and Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
21
Thanda Mfundo Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
18
Sibhekeni Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
18
Mushaba Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
16
Sengkhona Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
21
Qwabelihle Logistics Pty (Ltd)
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
25
Mkhothozi Contracting and Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
21
Uyazikhandla Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
21
Dassenhoek Construction and Services
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
21
Ihlelibanzi cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
18
Slungile Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
16
Sukuma-Mama Business Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
18
Ezabantu Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
20
Imfundiso Kashintshi Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
20
Nelisakonke Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
15
Nonzululwazi Investments
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
19
Nomokwe Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
20
Bateng Trading
Mths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
21
Cokama MAfrica Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
19
Khula Roof and Building Construction
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
21
Maqusana Construction Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
20
Kanathu Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
21
Hlwanyela Trading 5 cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
20
Ingobela Trading and Projects
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
20
Fakazi Investments cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
20
Mnganga Cleaning Services
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
14 July 2016
21
Mfanomnyama Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
21
Smakade Trading CC
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
205
Zamo Contractors
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
21
Zothani Mambo Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
20
Sizanosizo Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
20
Sibalikhulu Events Management
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
20
Izithelo Zomdoni Project Consultants cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
14 July 2016
20
Mageza Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
20
Manong Construction & Projects
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
18
Thoko Shakes Trading (Pty) Ltd
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
23
KMP Trading CC
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
18
Eyasedladleni Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
18
Izebra Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
20
Lukeilike Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
21
TC KaNdlondlo Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
15
Sgemfu Trading Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
16
156
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA32 List of external mechanisms
External mechanism
Yrs/ Mths
Name of organisation
Period of
agreement 1.
Service provided
Number
Expiry date of service
delivery agreement or
contract
Monetary value of
agreement 2.
R thousand
Msawenkosi Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
Mtubhana Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
21
20
Sandiles Plumbing Services
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
21
Mshonzi Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
19
Lindokuhlekodwa Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
09 January 2016
14
Paolo Trading and Projects
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
12 February 2016
20
Skhambi Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
12 February 2016
20
Siyahlanza Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
12 February 2016
21
Zigabo Trading and Projects
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
02 September 2017
19
Prophetic Cleaning Services
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
02 November 2017
20
Kuyalulama Trading Pty Ltd
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
02 September 2017
21
Baalperaz Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
02 September 2017
21
Meridian Hardware and Constr.Proj.
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
02 September 2017
19
Bathokozise Ndosi Dev . Services
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
02 September 2017
19
MaNquthu Contracting & Trading CC
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
02 September 2017
20
Java Power Primary Co-Op. Ltd
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
02 September 2017
20
Noyazi Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
02 September 2017
21
Dimtholi Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
02 September 2017
21
Sesixolile Tradind Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
02 September 2017
20
Vukalizwe Contractors
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
02 September 2017
21
Zwenhle Trading Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
14 July 2016
20
Bodosi Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
14 July 2016
21
Mbagums Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
16 June 2017
21
Manstelamahle Construction
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
08 March 2017
19
Iphangwa Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
21
Gwala Rememberance Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
22
23
Kwamatimba Projects cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
Legal Gentleman Investment cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
26
Mzilankatha Business Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
23
Famous Trio Contracting & Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
23
Sbonisiwe Investment cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
19
Yelushe Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
23
Ukwazi Kwethu Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
18
GS Zuma t/a Power Cleaning Services
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
23
Gilonki Omkhulu Trading Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
25
Shiyankomo Cleaning & Construction
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
26
Izinhlaba Cleaning Services & Projects
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
23
Mdimbaz Contracting & Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
25
Ngitheni Trading cc.
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
21
Azo Investments cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
28
23
Kanathu Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
07 August 2015
Sesiphambili Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
02 January 2015
23
Philo Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
07 August 2015
26
Blue Shine Dru Trading and PROJ 110
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
02 January 2015
25
Ngwane & Family Construction & Cleaning Services
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
07 August 2015
29
Otero Trading & Project cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
02 January 2015
23
Zimana Zenzeka Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
07 August 2015
23
Star Caller Trading and Projects cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
02 January 2015
22
Nonkusi Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
07 August 2015
23
Space Way Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
02 January 2015
21
Third Power Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
02 December 2015
24
Isakabuli Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
02 January 2015
22
JM Shuping and Associates CC
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
07 August 2015
23
Dlovukazi Trading 11
Mths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
24 June 2015
26
157
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA32 List of external mechanisms
External mechanism
Yrs/ Mths
Name of organisation
Period of
agreement 1.
Service provided
Number
Expiry date of service
delivery agreement or
contract
Monetary value of
agreement 2.
R thousand
Bophelo Ke Mpho Trading and Projects
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
24 June 2015
Signature Brand Trading 35
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
24 June 2015
29
23
Amadlokovu Amahle Construction and Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
07 August 2015
23
13
Opinionated Trading Enterprise 130
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
07 August 2015
Tentamount Trading 133
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
07 August 2015
19
Eyethu Cleaning & Gardening Services CC
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
07 August 2015
19
Mkhondolo Medical Waste Services cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
29 July 2015
20
Sithuthukile Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
09 February 2015
28
Ungathembimuntu Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
09 February 2015
20
AA and Q Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
21
Gwala Rememberance Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
16
Virgirance Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
19
Baphiwe Muthwa Construction and Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
20
Amabuyazi Trading Cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
20
Doreen and Youngson Trading Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
24
19
Sbonisiwe Investment cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
11 October 2016
Owethu Mbuso Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
11 October 2016
20
E.G.S Investment Solutions
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
11 October 2016
19
Amabikani
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
09 December 2016
18
Alfrehutch Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
11 October 2016
18
Bluemaker Trade Marketing
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
11 October 2016
19
Mother and Son Tours
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
11 October 2016
19
Musas Construction cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
11 October 2016
13
Lindi Zungu Development Services
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
16 June 2017
14
Ready to Trade 63 cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
23
G K Rainbow Construction CS CC
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
19 February 2015
23
Nqoshe Construction & Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
23
Bizeecorp 112 cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
23
Bhathus Contracting and Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
3
Inkosi Inomusa Trading Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
23
Pletty Trading Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
23
Labhecelibomvu Trading Enteprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
22
Macolocolo Trading Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
23
Fano & Jiji Trading Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
23
Zenani Contractor cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
23
Muhlengokwakhe Trading and Projects
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
22
17
Mathula Landscaping & Civil Construction
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
Mbambos Waste Removal
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
23
Nodlesas Construction CC
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
23
Mphendukelwa Trading Enteprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
12
Thanda Bangani Tra. & Projects cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
22
Nduduzo Construction cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
23
Oyengweni Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
23
Isxaxa Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
23
Nontubuyi Trading Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
23
Ingelosi Trading 267 cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
22
Qili Trading Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
23
Qoqo Contracting Services cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
22
Sagemo Trading Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
23
Hlabana Educational Consultants cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
14
Zibokwakhe Trading Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
25
Zintozomacingwane Trading Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
23
Zwane S.H (7308255549081)
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
23
Umkumbane Trading Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
23
158
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA32 List of external mechanisms
External mechanism
Yrs/ Mths
Name of organisation
Period of
agreement 1.
Service provided
Number
Expiry date of service
delivery agreement or
contract
Monetary value of
agreement 2.
R thousand
Ntobi Ntuthuko Building & Construction cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
19 February 2015
Gold and Silver Construction cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
19 February 2015
23
23
Senatla Trading Enterprise 174
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
19 February 2015
23
Qubees Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
19 February 2015
23
Zamasbahle Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
19 February 2015
23
Bhulantshi Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
19 February 2015
3
Core KZN Catering Supplies
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
19 February 2015
1
Meridian Hardware & Construction
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
27 May 2015
26
Big Fuze Contracting and Trading CC
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
24 June 2015
26
Bantu Batho Management Services
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
07 August 2015
26
Ethabo Trading Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
09 September 2015
23
Bright Idea Project 2024cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
29 July 2015
23
Senzakahle Konke Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
29 July 2015
23
Shine The Way 1409 cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
09 September 2015
26
Mjwayezeni Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
09 February 2015
24
Datez Trading CC
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
22
Kwasa Trenching & Cabling CC
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
20
Sadonsa Event MNGT.& Projects
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
10
Nkomilelele Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
21
Frans Willemse Trading CC
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
21
Arrested Business Trading CC
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
21
Zakheleni Contracting and Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2015
18
Amron Investment CC
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
18
Magagula av. Trading CC
Mths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
22 December 2016
17
Ningi Civil & General Works
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
21
Nomanjiya Management System
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
22 December 2016
19
Ckhanyiso Construction
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
20
Mbingeleleni Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
18
Mjokile Building Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
20
Lungza Management Consultants
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
20
Siberian Rose Trading and Projects
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
19
Umhabulo Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
14 July 2016
21
Spindale Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
18
Vsnem Trading and Project (PTY)Ltd
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
22 December 2016
19
Khethakanye Trading Projects 191
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
14 July 2016
21
WLA Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 October 2016
18
Lokhan Multi Service cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 October 2016
19
Ubuqotho Construction
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
22 December 2016
19
Magece Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
15 December 2016
19
Ikhwezilokusa Enterprise (PTY)LTD
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
19 December 2016
23
SMN Majola Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
15 December 2016
19
Mzikwazi Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
01 July 2017
20
Isiqalo Building Trust Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
16 March 2017
19
Lulisandla Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
08 March 2017
18
Sakhamuzi Trading 49 cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
08 March 2017
19
Siyamdumisa Trading and Project 15 cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
08 March 2017
23
Mashisa Construction cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
08 March 2017
18
Zebrose Trading Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
08 March 2017
18
Luyamkela Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
08 March 2017
18
22
Zitike Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
08 March 2017
Siphosomlungu Trading (Pty)Ltd
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
08 March 2017
18
Mihlali Consulting Pty (Ltd)
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
08 March 2017
18
Zakhiwo Ezintsha Construction and Project
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
08 March 2017
23
Dibongs Trading Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
22
159
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA32 List of external mechanisms
External mechanism
Yrs/ Mths
Name of organisation
Period of
agreement 1.
Service provided
Number
Expiry date of service
delivery agreement or
contract
Monetary value of
agreement 2.
R thousand
Dubandlela Business Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
19
Snqawunqawu Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
20
Sgege Construction cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
24
DSB Built Environment Project cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
16
Africa Red Rows Trading and Projects cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
02 January 2015
24
L P H M Trading Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
19
Nyanda Yomkhonto Trading Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
19
Nduasa Trading Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
26
Meydura Trading Services
Mths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
02 January 2015
26
Kwenza Manje Trading 118 cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
02 January 2015
22
Kuyanambitheka Catering and Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
21
Nozicelo Trading Enterprise cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
19
Sakhaingcebo Trading cc.
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
02 January 2015
25
Malusisi Contracting & Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
02 January 2015
21
Nhias Contracting and Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
24
Songololo Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
29
Princee Boy ZN Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
02 January 2015
25
Bayekuphi Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
02 January 2015
23
Masifundisane Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
23
Tendu Multiplex cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 January 2015
25
Smanyane Construction cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
02 January 2015
25
Bhekizizwe Construction cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
02 January 2015
20
Virgirance Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
07 August 2015
24
19
Phuthumisa Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
07 August 2015
Giwethelo Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
07 August 2015
23
Sodondo Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
07 August 2015
25
Malusisi Contracting & Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
24 June 2015
25
Nkunzenye Construction
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
07 August 2015
23
Udumo Trading 165
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
29 July 2015
23
Phiseth Construction
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
22
Ntobs Logistics
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
17
Agosphili Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
21
Vagama Trading CC
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
15
TZDN Trading Construction & Services
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
20
Swaxol Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
19
Ganyana Construction & Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
19
Mthandeni Madum Trading CC
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
18
Nophethu Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
20
Greenville Trading 200
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
18
Bright Idea Project 2024 CC
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
20
Spuku Contracting and Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
19
Besethweswe Trading
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
20
Nggawdise Trading and Project
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
22
Phuthumisa Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
14
SB Majola Contruction
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
08 September 2016
21
Sonqobangothando
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
16
Nubuck Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 October 2016
20
Snekepe Contracting & Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 October 2016
19
Mntaka Gogo Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 October 2016
19
Paqa Trading Enterpise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 October 2016
16
Thihlo Events and Construction
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 October 2016
22
Clermont Kwadabeka Cleaning Landscaping
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 October 2016
16
Ngau Trading (Pty)Ltd
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
06 February 2016
16
Mshakashaka Contacting
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 October 2016
20
160
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA32 List of external mechanisms
External mechanism
Yrs/ Mths
Name of organisation
Period of
agreement 1.
Service provided
Number
Expiry date of service
delivery agreement or
contract
Monetary value of
agreement 2.
R thousand
Sphasiwe Technical Services cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
20 October 2016
19
Jolomu Trading cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
13 October 2016
20
Ngunizama Developments (Pty)Ltd
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
30 March 2017
22
Sibusiso Ngidi Trading Enterprise
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
07 August 2015
29
Mshoniswa Trading Enterprise CC
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
07 August 2015
26
Celufefe Consulting cc
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
15 December 2016
23
Ubukhosi Holidings
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
15 December 2016
22
Bukuphi Contracting and TRADING
22
mnths
36
Refuse Removal /Informal Areas
04 June 2017
Bosch Munitech (Pty) Ltd
Yrs
1
Mechanical and electrical repairs
31 December 2015
Baphezile Trading Enterprise
Mths
Meter Reading ( Urban, Rural, Non Revenue ) / Water Dept. Month to month
298
Electrotech Electrical CC
Mths
Meter Reading ( Urban, Rural, Non Revenue ) / Water Dept. Month to month
298
KEV Accurate Measuring
Mths
Meter Reading ( Urban, Rural, Non Revenue ) / Water Dept. Month to month
298
Londekani Cleaning Services CC
Mths
Meter Reading ( Urban, Rural, Non Revenue ) / Water Dept. Month to month
298
Microzone Trading 1020 cc
Mths
Meter Reading ( Urban, Rural, Non Revenue ) / Water Dept. Month to month
298
Mzilankatha Business Enterprise
Mths
Meter Reading ( Urban, Rural, Non Revenue ) / Water Dept. Month to month
298
Nezamahlathi Construction
Mths
Meter Reading ( Urban, Rural, Non Revenue ) / Water Dept. Month to month
298
P Three Trading Enterprise
Mths
Meter Reading ( Urban, Rural, Non Revenue ) / Water Dept. Month to month
298
Thule & Themba Investments
Mths
Meter Reading ( Urban, Rural, Non Revenue ) / Water Dept. Month to month
298
Unyezi Business Consultants
Mths
Meter Reading ( Urban, Rural, Non Revenue ) / Water Dept. Month to month
298
Vukukhanye Personnel Services CC
Mths
Meter Reading ( Urban, Rural, Non Revenue ) / Water Dept. Month to month
298
Zwanes Trading Enterprise
Mths
Meter Reading ( Urban, Rural, Non Revenue ) / Water Dept. Month to month
Bosch Munitech (Pty) Ltd - extension assumed
Yrs
3
Mechanical & electrical repairs (Western)
30 April 2018
24,000
RAF Engineering - extension assumed
Yrs
3
Mechanical & electrical repairs (Southern)
30 April 2018
24,000
161
6
298
55
120
25
1,060
1,456
Quickleap Investments 221(Pty) Ltd
Royal Durban Golf Club
765
43
51
20
(523)
492
950
Snellshore Shareblock (Pty)Ltd
South African Rail Commuter Corporation
329
2,879
1,111
WesgroCC
Westville Country Club
62,664
30
721
Total Operating Revenue Implication
175
1,287
Verus Farming and Investments
Virgin Active South Africa (Pty)Ltd
13,414
71
581
803
1,519
3,741
Twin Clothing Manufactures
Upbeatprops
340
2,110
1,260
Trustees Estate Late M Aufrichtig
Tongaat Skiboat Club
4,993
364
19,327
Sanlam Life Insuarance Limited
Sanlam Life Insuarance Limited
55
977
850
Rabsey Trading CC
Sanlam Life Insuarance Limited
120
765
3,258
4,948
Polpoint (Pty)Ltd
Polpoint Shareblock Limited
20
381
801
2,908
Metropolis Investments(Pty)Ltd
Parkhill Bowling Club
283
959
2,064
Ess Trading CC
Humphrey,R,F and Bruyn,H
25
51
799
941
Entabeni Hospital Ltd
501
64
2,565
867
437
456
1,490
980
54
540
Original
Budget
Current Year
2014/15
Ess Trading CC
Eeap Properties Shareblock
Durban Jewish Club
Darford Trading (Pty)Ltd
Chevron Soth Africa (Pty)Ltd
345
1,417
Amanzimtoti Lagoon CC
Total
Preceding
Years
Apexhi Properties Limited
Revenue Obligation By Contract
Parent Municipality:
R thousand
Description
13,708
78
329
30
175
803
634
340
20
51
43
4,993
1,354
60
28
120
120
765
765
22
420
309
60
56
28
551
69
456
437
540
54
54
13,414
71
329
30
175
803
581
340
20
51
43
4,993
1,260
55
25
120
120
765
765
20
381
283
55
51
25
501
64
456
437
540
54
13,708
78
329
30
175
803
634
340
20
51
43
4,993
1,354
60
28
120
120
765
765
22
420
309
60
56
28
551
69
456
437
540
54
162
14,028
85
329
30
175
803
691
340
20
51
43
4,993
1,456
65
31
120
120
765
765
24
462
336
65
61
30
606
75
456
437
540
Estimate
Budget Year
2015/16
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
2016/17
2017/18
Forecast
2018/19
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA33 Contracts having future budgetary implications
54
14,374
94
329
30
175
803
753
340
20
51
43
4,993
1,565
71
31
120
120
765
765
26
508
367
71
66
33
666
82
456
437
540
Estimate
Forecast
2019/20
54
14,623
103
329
30
175
803
821
340
20
51
43
4,993
1,682
78
31
120
120
638
765
28
559
400
78
72
36
733
90
456
437
540
Estimate
Forecast
2020/21
54
14,955
114
329
30
175
803
894
340
20
51
43
4,993
1,808
7
31
120
120
638
765
31
614
436
85
78
39
806
98
456
437
540
Estimate
Forecast
2021/22
54
15,393
125
329
30
175
803
975
340
20
51
43
4,993
1,944
7
31
120
120
638
765
34
676
475
92
85
43
887
107
456
437
540
Estimate
Forecast
2022/23
54
15,706
137
329
30
175
803
1,063
340
20
51
43
4,993
1,944
7
31
120
120
638
765
34
743
515
101
94
43
975
107
456
437
540
Estimate
Forecast
2023/24
54
16,046
144
329
30
175
803
1,159
340
20
51
43
4,993
1,944
7
31
120
120
638
765
34
817
560
111
103
43
1,073
107
456
437
540
Estimate
Forecast
2024/25
222,034
2,209
6,498
1,056
3,209
12,571
10,305
5,850
1,170
1,053
(51)
74,250
17,935
1,320
1,299
2,779
2,380
12,726
11,673
1,094
8,888
6,337
1,793
1,714
1,171
10,415
1,797
6,507
5,791
7,356
939
Estimate
Total Contract
Value
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA34a Capital expenditure on new assets by asset class
Description
2011/12
Audited
Outcome
Capital expenditure on new assets by Asset Class/Sub-class
R thousand
Infrastructure
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Storm water
Infrastructure - Electricity
Generation
Transmission & Reticulation
Street Lighting
Infrastructure - Water
Dams & Reservoirs
Water purification
Reticulation
Infrastructure - Sanitation
Reticulation
Sewerage purification
Infrastructure - Other
Waste Management
Refuse
Transportation
Gas
Other
Community
Parks & gardens
Sportsfields & stadia
Swimming pools
Community halls
Libraries
Recreational facilities
Fire, safety & emergency
Security and policing
Buses
Clinics
Museums & Art Galleries
Cemeteries
Social rental housing
Other
Heritage assets
Buildings
Investment properties
Housing development
Other assets
General vehicles
Specialised vehicles
Plant & equipment
Computers - hardware/equipment
Furniture and other office equipment
Abattoirs
Markets
Civic Land and Buildings
Other Buildings
Other Land
Surplus Assets - (Investment or Inventory)
Other
Intangibles
Computers - software & programming
Other (list sub-class)
Total Capital Expenditure on new assets
Specialised vehicles
Refuse
Fire
Conservancy
Ambulances
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Original Budget
1,385,570
288,059
140,604
147,455
349,281
1,108,677
572,174
572,174
–
263,561
2,127,446
205,714
205,714
342,781
6,500
13,000
8,550
–
4,450
352,095
337,296
14,799
383,135
122,230
263,561
264,371
18,096
555,131
132,699
132,699
22,606
22,606
117,637
2,991
282,467
2,758,101
30,601
14,401
16,200
378,972
369,027
9,945
673,250
83,280
–
555,131
788,710
–
788,710
295,425
88,384
589,970
666,050
338,750
327,300
1,009,228
44,000
87,802
–
173,103
46,438
–
68,208
204,795
835,228
2,245
130,000
18,565
510
2,350
3,082
1,810
100
127,025
36,633
34
164
152,437
2,441
45,492
44,292
31,392
875
16,964
27,469
–
10,713
–
5,000
5,000
888,174
80,810
119,441
291,713
35,390
71,506
–
424
4,612
2,023
18,066
2,877
10,480
15,800
950
44,706
13,051
34,407
157
157
5,073
5,073
–
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Current Year 2014/15
2012/13
–
Adjusted
Budget
Full Year
Forecast
Budget Year
2015/16
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
2016/17
2017/18
2,775,200
124,584
108,384
16,200
378,972
–
369,027
9,945
673,250
83,280
–
589,970
666,050
338,750
327,300
932,344
36,913
2,775,200
124,584
108,384
16,200
378,972
–
369,027
9,945
673,250
83,280
–
589,970
666,050
338,750
327,300
932,344
36,913
2,840,176
176,972
123,071
53,901
419,055
3,057,298
217,448
119,644
97,804
477,224
3,041,752
83,588
10,688
72,900
487,960
416,055
3,000
667,183
9,540
475,024
2,200
711,632
71,370
485,760
2,200
716,434
108,132
657,643
634,892
32,148
602,744
942,073
28,243
640,262
636,685
20,746
615,939
1,014,309
45,937
608,302
690,493
4,045
686,448
1,063,278
75,800
758,563
–
136,868
758,563
–
136,868
826,455
879,772
987,478
87,375
88,600
169,777
–
875
16,964
–
41,636
–
30,735
–
–
10,480
15,800
950
–
52,337
169,777
–
875
16,964
–
41,636
–
30,735
–
–
10,480
15,800
950
–
52,337
103,969
96,416
78,125
8,500
9,594
9,292
1,000
2,508
60,045
50,418
28,920
12,748
2,614
413
1,964
25,600
–
2,866
29,138
1,792
19,649
7,839
3,610
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
10,850
72,440
48,306
456,520
1,024,435
29,600
73,024
147,670
126,285
77,107
–
450
–
115,613
–
–
454,686
52,075
51,075
1,000
39,227
39,227
4,496
4,496
2,700
2,700
2,700
2,700
2,700
2,700
2,155
1,755
400
2,257
2,207
50
50
–
50
2,349,384
2,009,269
2,570,040
3,902,965
3,972,112
3,972,112
3,224,850
3,516,903
3,685,606
119,441
92,000
15,254
12,187
194
120,979
104,015
16,964
73,024
62,800
5,724
4,500
73,024
62,800
5,724
4,500
73,024
62,800
5,724
4,500
86,552
46,590
18,027
21,935
107,320
61,796
19,040
26,484
90,851
50,000
18,000
22,851
27,431
11,850
154,557
95,052
734,182
177,698
194
116,228
396,391
83,860
120,979
72,785
112,855
–
5,917
238,000
1,410
989,727
29,600
73,024
150,120
89,260
77,107
470
450
113,646
68,581
194
163
1,024,435
29,600
73,024
147,670
126,285
77,107
–
450
–
115,613
–
–
454,686
278,550
24,422
86,552
19,661
360,932
21,921
107,320
22,140
565,678
70,163
90,851
76,689
25,314
41,812
52,385
5,470
8,390
22,095
10,284
18,025
62,432
108,740
135,360
195,133
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA34b Capital expenditure on the renewal of existing assets by asset class
Description
R thousand
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Current Year 2014/15
Original Budget
Adjusted
Budget
Full Year
Forecast
Budget Year
2015/16
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
2016/17
2017/18
Capital expenditure on renewal of existing assets by Asset Class/Sub-class
Infrastructure
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Storm water
Infrastructure - Electricity
Generation
Transmission & Reticulation
Street Lighting
Infrastructure - Water
Dams & Reservoirs
Water purification
Reticulation
Infrastructure - Sanitation
Reticulation
Sewerage purification
Infrastructure - Other
Waste Management
Transportation
Gas
Other
706,930
25,527
11,579
13,948
210,950
985,297
152,407
152,407
–
188,884
207,950
3,000
64,400
3,000
500
60,900
206,000
81,500
124,500
200,053
10,000
14,000
–
176,053
188,884
Community
Parks & gardens
Sportsfields & stadia
Swimming pools
Community halls
Libraries
Recreational facilities
Fire, safety & emergency
Security and policing
Buses
Clinics
Museums & Art Galleries
Cemeteries
Social rental housing
Other
55,016
6,773
–
1,748
2,350
14,600
12,085
–
–
–
–
2,057
15,403
Heritage assets
Buildings
15,900
15,900
Other assets
General vehicles
Specialised vehicles
Plant & equipment
Computers - hardware/equipment
Furniture and other office equipment
Abattoirs
Markets
Civic Land and Buildings
Other Buildings
Other Land
Surplus Assets - (Investment or Inventory)
Other
432,060
432,060
211,946
211,946
–
39,367
–
22,431
1,201,557
791,438
791,438
127,129
–
127,129
–
96,665
–
–
96,665
27,540
–
27,540
158,785
–
90,954
5,392
62,439
1,210,657
658,820
608,020
50,800
292,427
1,141,370
658,680
607,880
50,800
292,427
292,427
–
139,500
4,500
292,427
135,000
25,700
16,200
9,500
94,210
–
94,210
55,148
15,176
1,855
120,598
13,437
8,519
16,868
3,129
8,970
2,436
7,845
1,511
7,750
7,283
1,398
16,000
30,270
2,107
9,186
17,644
2,850
3,199
3,199
428,784
365,742
–
9,607
83,902
7,995
205,508
471,671
5,500
5,500
31,999
31,999
4,168
4,168
Total Capital Expenditure on renewal of existing assets 1,166,087
1,485,446
1,631,582
Specialised vehicles
Refuse
Fire
Conservancy
Ambulances
Renewal of Existing Assets as % of total capex
Renewal of Existing Assets as % of deprecn"
367,510
474,101
150
45,290
436,858
5,000
2,073,150
486,800
473,800
13,000
188,090
205,967
178,878
188,090
39,283
10,521
52,796
8,828
70,382
11,883
28,762
6,844
43,968
17,215
58,499
2,428
6,844
1,318,638
9,364
188,419
17,215
1,279,107
18,539
150,768
2,428
1,325,450
19,727
171,038
1,120,855
1,109,800
1,134,686
120,598
13,437
8,519
16,868
3,129
8,970
184,725
13,999
13,413
33,641
3,199
61,721
304,561
20,970
24,382
16,824
7,530
133,473
495,317
24,759
52,491
23,469
21,820
286,450
18,448
11,126
356
3,931
–
35,020
–
16,000
30,270
2,107
8,310
25,255
3,814
13,220
65,399
13,359
2,329
27,410
19,348
2,850
9,892
5,473
2,221
–
–
683,028
11,000
155,851
10,000
175,815
15,000
227,490
21,234
7,468
4,000
16,398
26,096
3,948
8,828
4,403
3,496
4,949
500
4,000
417,698
–
–
–
–
–
6,070
13,090
–
–
–
417,698
399,127
411,965
427,089
2,700
2,700
2,610
2,610
2,610
2,610
1,808,056
1,701,436
1,701,436
–
2,430
36,487
–
6,070
13,090
–
–
–
–
–
31.7%
90.8%
164
30.0%
85.2%
30.0%
87.4%
–
2,822,076
2,918,448
3,251,495
11,000
1,000
10,000
10,000
15,000
15,000
10,000
38.8%
96.8%
–
621,976
36,487
42.5%
91.0%
–
633,654
92,772
–
1,991,911
463,915
458,915
5,000
178,878
436,858
36,487
29,113
2,529
2,003,697
432,965
418,925
14,040
205,967
–
1,100
5,000
33.2%
75.3%
120,598
13,437
8,519
16,868
3,129
8,970
–
18,448
–
–
16,000
30,270
2,107
–
2,850
–
382,741
2,000
5,000
199,224
21,552
150
–
9,005
–
61,908
Intangibles
Computers - software & programming
25,063
–
18,448
–
139,500
4,500
–
135,000
25,700
16,200
9,500
25,063
1,141,370
658,680
607,880
50,800
292,427
–
292,427
–
139,500
4,500
–
135,000
25,700
16,200
9,500
25,063
–
25,063
–
–
46.7%
131.5%
–
45.4%
132.2%
–
46.9%
137.2%
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA34c Repairs and maintenance expenditure by asset class
Description
R thousand
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Current Year 2014/15
Original Budget Adjusted Budget
Full Year
Forecast
Budget Year
2015/16
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
2016/17
2017/18
Repairs and maintenance expenditure by Asset Class/Sub-class
Infrastructure
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Storm water
Infrastructure - Electricity
Generation
Transmission & Reticulation
Street Lighting
Infrastructure - Water
Dams & Reservoirs
Water purification
Reticulation
Infrastructure - Sanitation
Reticulation
Sewerage purification
Infrastructure - Other
Waste Management
Transportation
Gas
Other
1,364,275
339,933
272,821
67,112
390,249
9,837
376,471
3,941
396,483
1,747,033
416,094
344,928
71,166
609,037
–
606,752
2,285
479,465
1,834,520
398,829
336,100
62,730
721,282
–
717,789
3,493
496,809
2,146,022
480,954
411,028
69,926
834,949
–
829,334
5,615
526,666
2,124,310
480,615
410,743
69,872
834,949
–
829,334
5,615
526,666
2,136,769
479,881
407,184
72,696
832,249
–
826,634
5,615
543,486
2,300,542
509,360
441,261
68,099
897,549
–
891,877
5,672
584,483
2,490,949
525,006
454,242
70,763
968,509
–
962,448
6,060
672,533
2,694,061
527,935
456,494
71,440
1,045,099
–
1,038,623
6,476
776,734
396,483
232,193
232,193
479,465
234,969
234,969
496,809
208,492
208,492
526,666
293,211
293,211
526,666
271,338
271,338
543,486
270,898
270,898
584,483
297,445
297,445
672,533
312,565
312,565
776,734
331,344
331,344
5,417
5,417
7,468
7,468
9,107
9,107
10,241
10,241
10,741
10,741
10,255
10,255
11,705
11,705
12,337
12,337
12,949
12,949
Community
Parks & gardens
Sportsfields & stadia
Swimming pools
Community halls
Libraries
Recreational facilities
Fire, safety & emergency
Security and policing
Buses
Clinics
Museums & Art Galleries
Cemeteries
Social rental housing
Other
139,507
167,646
198,339
392,901
436,131
238,435
254,912
270,820
10,614
3,724
3,414
14,087
3,779
3,949
4,078
4,281
4,087
4,966
6,727
13,841
10,112
10,689
11,218
11,780
800
518
18,756
95,205
1,491
188
1,127
6,721
1,235
351
7,266
106,206
4,259
1,113
2,265
36,260
584
951
5,823
107,741
3,903
–
2,371
66,825
2,272
2,558
6,678
112,080
4,053
300
3,216
233,815
402,285
–
10,489
–
13,797
–
2,228
2,906
6,678
112,080
3,494
250
2,880
247,483
–
2,277
2,452
8,561
122,976
2,545
300
3,773
279,355
2,382
2,979
7,297
132,875
3,798
315
3,950
70,202
2,483
3,178
7,662
148,585
3,216
331
4,147
70,014
2,582
3,317
8,042
162,776
3,326
347
4,355
70,014
Other assets
General vehicles
Specialised vehicles
Plant & equipment
Computers - hardware/equipment
Furniture and other office equipment
Abattoirs
Markets
Civic Land and Buildings
Other Buildings
Other Land
Surplus Assets - (Investment or Inventory)
Other
313,608
96,572
41,029
31,439
43,870
931
390,424
62,455
59,382
17,323
49,479
1,097
442,458
93,603
61,415
17,420
45,669
999
551,848
97,989
63,250
21,464
50,168
2,883
554,189
106,917
65,565
23,945
53,587
3,084
601,997
115,335
70,211
24,431
53,897
3,345
629,906
119,411
76,517
25,580
50,304
3,510
668,135
125,308
83,395
26,590
56,509
3,705
3,197
4,223
4,622
12,588
9,664
11,220
11,047
11,682
64,522
65,570
97,681
110,271
115,253
135,643
141,330
147,081
32,047
130,895
121,048
193,234
534,246
103,439
63,190
22,000
50,982
3,062
–
10,085
–
107,155
–
–
174,333
176,175
187,915
202,207
213,864
4,135
4,135
6,598
6,598
8,132
8,132
10,280
10,280
10,280
10,280
10,240
10,240
11,245
11,245
12,524
12,524
12,742
12,742
Total Repairs and Maintenance Expenditure 1,821,525
2,311,701
2,483,448
3,101,050
3,071,121
3,137,329
3,152,219
3,388,292
3,645,758
59,382
55,727
3,656
61,415
56,434
4,981
63,250
58,164
5,086
63,190
58,164
5,026
65,565
60,204
5,361
70,211
64,793
5,419
76,517
70,808
5,708
83,395
77,391
6,004
Intangibles
Computers - software & programming
Other (list sub-class)
Specialised vehicles
Refuse
Fire
Conservancy
Ambulances
R&M as a % of PPE
R&M as % Operating Expenditure
41,029
35,857
5,173
5.4%
8.8%
6.5%
10.5%
6.5%
10.1%
7.2%
11.5%
165
7.2%
11.4%
7.6%
11.7%
7.0%
10.7%
6.8%
10.6%
6.8%
10.5%
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA34d Depreciation by asset class
Description
R thousand
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Current Year 2014/15
Original Budget Adjusted Budget
Full Year
Forecast
Budget Year
2015/16
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
2016/17
2017/18
Depreciation by Asset Class/Sub-class
Infrastructure
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Storm water
Infrastructure - Electricity
Generation
Transmission & Reticulation
Street Lighting
Infrastructure - Water
Dams & Reservoirs
Water purification
Reticulation
Infrastructure - Sanitation
Reticulation
Sewerage purification
Infrastructure - Other
Waste Management
Transportation
Gas
Other
677,527
425,368
281,792
143,576
161,047
54,824
94,645
11,578
12,579
3,967
1,087
7,525
19,622
19,616
6
58,911
725,979
406,759
269,464
137,295
232,094
79,010
136,398
16,686
12,029
3,793
1,039
7,196
18,764
18,758
6
56,334
892,662
537,794
356,270
181,524
239,675
81,591
140,853
17,231
15,903
5,015
1,374
9,514
24,809
24,801
8
74,482
914,469
518,221
343,304
174,917
285,247
97,104
167,636
20,507
15,325
4,833
1,324
9,168
23,905
23,898
7
71,771
914,469
518,221
343,304
174,917
285,247
97,104
167,636
20,507
15,325
4,833
1,324
9,168
23,905
23,898
7
71,771
873,680
499,742
331,062
168,680
266,896
90,857
156,850
19,188
14,778
4,660
1,277
8,841
23,053
23,046
7
69,212
948,146
557,704
369,460
188,244
270,985
92,249
159,253
19,482
16,491
5,201
1,425
9,866
25,727
25,719
8
77,239
979,657
572,497
379,260
193,237
284,534
96,862
167,216
20,456
16,929
5,338
1,462
10,128
26,410
26,401
8
79,288
1,049,424
618,239
409,562
208,677
298,761
101,705
175,577
21,479
18,282
5,765
1,579
10,937
28,520
28,511
9
85,623
50,626
8,285
48,411
7,923
64,006
10,475
61,677
10,094
61,677
10,094
59,477
9,734
66,376
10,863
68,137
11,151
73,581
12,042
Community
Parks & gardens
Sportsfields & stadia
Swimming pools
Community halls
Libraries
Recreational facilities
Fire, safety & emergency
Security and policing
Buses
Clinics
Museums & Art Galleries
Cemeteries
Social rental housing
Other
130,604
124,890
118,718
159,113
159,113
153,439
171,236
175,778
189,822
195
14,076
75,231
1,060
662
186
13,460
71,940
1,014
633
177
12,795
68,385
964
602
238
17,149
91,653
1,291
807
229
16,537
88,385
1,246
778
255
18,455
98,636
1,390
868
262
18,944
101,253
1,427
891
283
20,458
109,343
1,541
962
38,810
258
312
37,112
247
298
35,278
235
283
47,282
314
380
238
17,149
91,653
1,291
807
–
47,282
314
380
45,596
303
366
50,884
339
409
52,234
348
419
56,407
375
453
2,527
2,527
2,416
2,416
1,844
1,844
3,079
3,079
3,079
3,079
2,968
2,968
3,313
3,313
3,400
3,400
3,672
3,672
676,615
250,743
–
116,957
97,949
12,419
720,228
239,773
–
111,840
93,664
11,875
629,218
224,420
–
104,679
87,666
11,115
838,679
305,477
–
142,488
119,330
15,130
843,573
294,584
–
137,406
115,076
14,590
942,097
328,751
–
153,343
128,422
16,282
966,560
337,471
–
157,410
131,828
16,714
1,037,953
364,434
–
169,987
142,361
18,049
3,963
3,790
3,547
4,828
4,656
5,196
5,334
5,760
90,257
86,308
80,781
109,959
106,038
118,336
121,475
131,181
104,328
172,978
117,010
141,467
846,498
305,477
–
142,488
119,330
15,130
–
4,828
–
109,959
–
–
149,286
171,224
191,767
196,328
206,180
62,112
62,112
58,778
58,778
42,891
42,891
74,885
74,885
74,885
74,885
72,214
72,214
80,590
80,590
82,728
82,728
89,338
89,338
1,549,385
1,632,291
1,685,333
1,990,225
1,998,044
1,945,875
2,145,381
2,208,123
2,370,208
Investment properties
Housing development
Other
Other assets
General vehicles
Specialised vehicles
Plant & equipment
Computers - hardware/equipment
Furniture and other office equipment
Abattoirs
Markets
Civic Land and Buildings
Other Buildings
Other Land
Surplus Assets - (Investment or Inventory)
Other
Intangibles
Computers - software & programming
Other (list sub-class)
Total Depreciation
166
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA35 Future financial implications of the capital budget
Vote Description
R thousand
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
2015/16
2016/17
2017/18
Capital expenditure
Vote 1 - Office of the City Manager
326,917
Vote 2 - Finance
112,886
Vote 3 - Governance
18,280
Vote 4 - Corporate and Human Resources
17,200
Vote 5 - Economic Development & Planning
230,674
Vote 6 - Vote 6 - Community and Emergency Services
296,021
Vote 7 - Vote 7 - Human Settlements and Infrastructure
3,586,225
Vote 8 - Vote 8 - Electricity
636,422
Vote 9 - Vote 9 - Water
730,156
Vote 10 - Vote 10 - Formal Housing
–
Vote 11 - Vote 11 - Markets
14,407
Vote 12 - Vote 12 - Airport
–
Vote 13 - Vote 13 - Chief Albert Luthuli International Convertional Centre
32,583
Vote 14 - Vote 14 - uShaka Marine World
45,155
Vote 15 - [NAME OF VOTE 15]
–
List entity summary if applicable
Total Capital Expenditure
6,046,926
Future operational costs by vote
Vote 1 - Office of the City Manager
Vote 2 - Finance
Vote 3 - Governance
Vote 4 - Corporate and Human Resources
Vote 5 - Economic Development & Planning
70
Vote 6 - Vote 6 - Community and Emergency Services
Vote 7 - Vote 7 - Human Settlements and Infrastructure
Vote 8 - Vote 8 - Electricity
267,723
Vote 9 - Vote 9 - Water
Vote 10 - Vote 10 - Formal Housing
Vote 11 - Vote 11 - Markets
Vote 12 - Vote 12 - Airport
Vote 13 - Vote 13 - Chief Albert Luthuli International Convertional Centre
Vote 14 - Vote 14 - uShaka Marine World
Vote 15 - [NAME OF VOTE 15]
List entity summary if applicable
Total future operational costs
267,793
Future revenue by source
Property rates
Property rates - penalties & collection charges
Service charges - electricity revenue
Service charges - water revenue
Service charges - sanitation revenue
Service charges - refuse revenue
Service charges - other
Rental of facilities and equipment
List other revenues sources if applicable
List entity summary if applicable
Total future revenue
Net Financial Implications
–
–
–
6,314,719
Forecasts
Forecast
2018/19
Forecast
2019/20
Forecast
2020/21
Present value
350,260
136,440
13,391
4,799
262,922
420,017
3,710,778
666,152
793,119
–
9,500
–
31,882
36,091
–
367,865
187,105
19,074
4,300
346,910
591,442
3,834,648
691,100
809,667
–
18,000
–
25,000
41,989
–
390,000
298,987
20,000
1,980
25,000
501,000
948,508
795,000
995,000
410,000
150,500
21,000
2,079
10,000
530,000
997,933
840,000
1,015,000
10,000
10,500
6,435,351
6,937,100
3,985,475
3,987,012
1,604,410
28,208
58,439
89,941
89,625
89,367
1,338
2,080
3,515
3,423
3,415
3,362
13,194
12,015
16,732
21,063
286,318
287,756
319,226
361,469
105,471
109,780
113,845
–
100
115
215
6,754,362
625
571
1,196
7,297,373
1,320
710
2,030
4,088,916
1,386
745
2,131
4,094,661
1,464
714
2,178
1,716,077
–
–
167
430,500
162,030
22,300
10,000
979,580
–
S1091
S1019
S1024
BRT Bus Station Nodes - C3
Hammersdale N3 Interchange
Town centre renewal - Isipingo
BRT Bus Station Nodes - C3
Hammersdale N3 Interchange
Town centre renewal - Isipingo
Inner City Regeneration
Ezimbuzini Mechanics Structure
Provision of Street Traders Shelters
Tongaat Storage and Ablution Facilities
Ezimbuzini Mechanics Structure
Provision of Street Traders Shelters
Tongaat Storage and Ablution Facilities
S3047
S3046
S3041B
S6001
Yacht basin
Yacht basin
Inner City Regeneration
S6004
African Bazaar
African Bazaar
S6003
S6007
Moses Mabhida Stadium
Moses Mabhida Stadium
S6002
S6005
S1114
S1105
S1059
S1038
S1025
S1030
S1023
S1062
Support Infrastructure(Include Mansel Road) Support Infrastructure(Include Mansel Road)
Kings Park Mm Stadium Precinct
Beachfront
Kings Park Mm Stadium Precinct
Beachfront
Umbumbulu and Nungwane Dam
Magabheni
Umbumbulu and Nungwane Dam
Magabheni
Mpumalanga
Mpumalanga
S1048
Town centre renewal - Inanda
Crossroads Node-Kwa Mashu
Town centre renewal - Inanda
Crossroads Node-Kwa Mashu
Umlazi
Town centre renewal - Umhlanga
Town centre renewal - Verulam
Town centre renewal - Umhlanga
Town centre renewal - Verulam
Kwa Mashu Town Centre
Town centre renewal - Clermont
Town centre renewal - Clermont
Umlazi
S1107
S1090
Town centre renewal - Pinetown
Town centre renewal - Pinetown
Kwa Mashu Town Centre
S1026
Town centre renewal - Umlazi
Town centre renewal - Umlazi
S1061
Town centre renewal - Tongaat
Town centre renewal - Hammarsdale
Town centre renewal - Tongaat
Town centre renewal - Hammarsdale
S1071
Warwick Development
Furniture Incubator
Warwick Development
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Giba Staff Quarters(public Contribution)
Giba Staff Quarters(public Contribution)
Furniture Incubator
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Plant and Equipment-Development Planning(DBSA)
Plant and Equipment-Development Planning(DBSA)
Reforestation Programme - Weir(DBSA)
Reforestation Programme - Weir(DBSA)
S7001
6
Yes
Reforestation Programme - Hub(DBSA)
Reforestation Programme - Hub(DBSA)
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Restoration Ecology Base(public Contribution) Restoration Ecology Base(public Contribution)
D'MOSS
Economic Dev and planning
Program/Project description
D'MOSS
Economic Dev and planning
Parent municipality:
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
168
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
3
Asset Class
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
3
Asset SubClass
–
29°34'15.3"S I 31°07'02.7"E
29°34'0.001"S | 31°7'0.001"E
29°50'57.543"S | 31°1'11.762"E
29°58'16.151"S | 30°51'35.528"E
29°51'29.473"S | 31°1'9.03"E
31°51'24.7"S I 31°1'29.006"E
29°51'28.837"S | 31°0'37.061"E
29°50'57.543"S | 31°1'11.762"E
29°49'40.85"S I 31°1'51.225"E
29°50'41.334"S I 31°2'8.876"E
29°49'29.982"S I 31°1'46.887"E
30°1'30.13"S I 30°52'20.85"E
29.986646 S I 30.702388 E
29°48'28.602"S I 30°37'40.904"E
29°43'29.0"S I 30°59'30.9"E
29.971554S I 30.904326E
29°43'59.5"S I 31°00'15.6"E
29°40'59.999"S I 30°55'59.998"E
29°38'34.5"S I 31°02'56.3"E
29°43'39.9"S I 31°05'03.3"E
29°47’45.7S I 30°53’39.6E
29 °48’56.3 S I 30°51’23.4E
29.971905S I 30.902175E
29°489.426S I 30°E39'.41.43E
1,228
1,316
–
11,845
–
16,300
500
3,000
8,000
–
17,000
2,000
15,500
9,000
45,500
–
–
2,000
1,000
–
5,000
38,000
4,000
–
11,000
29ͼ48'28,602" I 30ͼ37'40,904
29° 59'06.43"S I 30°55'37.01"E
–
29°43'59.5"S I 31°00'15.6"E
1,000
1,000
29ͼ51'28,837" I 31ͼ0'37.061
29°44'03.4"S I 31°00'03.1"E
1,200
450
2,500
450
12,000
3,159
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
–
–
10,000
–
–
–
7,000
7,400
9,000
7,000
–
2,000
20,000
20,000
20,000
–
8,000
5,000
5,000
2,000
5,000
13,000
8,000
5,000
17,000
–
–
–
16,750
–
–
500
–
2,000
2,825
4
61
89
4
18,41,37
Internal
28
10
Internal
103
59
59
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
New
New
renewal
new
renewal
renewal
renewal
63,9,9,5,5,8,10 New
–
–
–
28,500
9,000
–
2,500
2,000
9,000
–
–
15,000
20,000
30,000
10,000
20,000
–
5,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
61
28
76
28
26
28
27
27
26,27
26,27
99
100
6,91
45,46,48,54
87,76
46
56
58
35
19,21
18,25
renewal
new
new
new
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
76,77,78,79,80,
81,82,83,84,85,
86,87,88
renewal
10,000
21,500
5,000
10,000
13,500
15,000
–
20,000
–
–
–
–
–
3,500
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
29°48'7.77"S | 30°46'22.91"E
29°37'52.42"S | 30°58'59.27"E
29°46'58.93"S | 30°44'11.05"E
29°38'22.23"S | 30°58'46.99"E
29°37'52.42"S | 30°58'59.27"E
Wards 63,9,9,5,5,8,10
5
GPS co-ordinates
Yes
Plant and Equipment - BSTMU
Yes
Plant and Equipment - ABM - Cato Manor
Plant and Equipment - BSTMU
Plant and Equipment - ABM - Cato Manor
Yes
Yes
Mansel Road upgrade
Mansel Road upgrade
Yes
Yes
Plant and Equipment - DCM:Economic Development
Plant and
& Planning
Equipment - DCM:Economic Development & Planning
English Market upgrade
English Market upgrade
S4026
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Tongaat Market
Tongaat Market
S4025
S8016
S8013
S8012
S1012
CSA2245
S1013
S3058
S3057
S3056
S3055
S3054
S3053
S3052
S3051
S3050
Plant and Equipment - Economic DevelopmentPlant and Equipment - Economic Development
Umlazi (Ezimbuzini
Herbsellers Market
Umlazi (Ezimbuzini
Herbsellers Market
Brookdale
Verulam
Brookdale
Verulam
Development of Distribution Centre
Upgrade of Cold Room Fascilities
Upgrade of Cold Room Fascilities
Development of Ripening Holding Facility
Plant and Equipment - BSTMU
Plant and Equipment - BSTMU
Development of Ripening Holding Facility
Markets - Plant & Equipment
Markets - Plant & Equipment
Development of Distribution Centre
Tourism Nodes & Corridors - Umgababa
Development of Sales Hall
Development of Sales Hall
Satelite Office for Durban Tourism
Tourism Nodes & Corridors - Umgababa
Umhlanga Beach
Satelite Office for Durban Tourism
eFolweni Business Hive
Umhlanga Kiosks
eFolweni Business Hive
Umhlanga Kiosks
Umhlanga Beach
Umbumbulu
Umbumbulu
Plant and Equipment - BSTMU
Hambanathi Units
Hambanathi Units
Plant and Equipment - BSTMU
Kwamnyandu Traditional Food Market
Kwamnyandu Traditional Food Market
Umhlanga CBD tradres Storage
Umlazi V Node
Umlazi V Node
Pinetown Storage / ablution facility ?
CBD Bovine Head Market
CBD Bovine Head Market
Umhlanga CBD tradres Storage
16 Inwabi Road Business Hive & offices
16 Inwabi Road Business Hive & offices
Pinetown Storage / ablution facility ?
Yes
Mangosuthu Traders Kiosks
Mangosuthu Traders Kiosks
Bead Sellers Market
Old Rest river Upgrade
Old Rest river Upgrade
Mtshebheni Trader Shelters
Ezimbuzini Herb Market
Ezimbuzini Herb Market
Bead Sellers Market
Yes
Isipingo Traders Shelters
Isipingo Traders Shelters
Mtshebheni Trader Shelters
Yes
Yes
Kwamakhutha Business Hive
Kwamakhutha Business Hive
S3048
Verulam Storage and Ablution Facilities
Verulam Storage and Ablution Facilities
S3049
6
Program/Project description
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
169
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
3
Asset Class
Plant & equipment
Plant & equipment
Plant & equipment
Plant & equipment
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
29°51'36.374"S | 31°2'7.166"E
29°51'31.82"S | 30°58'37.329"E
29°50'48.956"S | 31°1'29.888"E
20°51'42.0891"S | 31°1'20.997"E
29°50'57.543"S | 31°1'11.762"E
29°51'23.906"S | 31°0'37.55"E
29°34'18.803"S | 31°6'56.093"E
29°51'38.066"S | 31°0'56.465"E
29°57'49.801"S | 30°55'38.244"E
29°38'40.365"S | 31°2'50.546"E
29°41'2.375"S | 31°0'2.98"E
29°54'45.117"S | 30°59'34.854"E
29°54'45.117"S | 30°59'34.854"E
29°54'45.117"S | 30°59'34.854"E
29°51'36.374"S | 31°2'7.166"E
Plant & equipment
Other
29°54'45.117"S | 30°59'34.854"E
29°54'45.117"S | 30°59'34.854"E
30°08'41"S | 30°50'01.3"E
29°51'36.374"S | 31°2'7.166"E
29°43'24.2"S | 31°05'22.1"E
29°51'36.374"S | 31°2'7.166"E
29°43'31.001"S | 31°5'8.998"E
29°48'25.75"S | 30°52'6.799"E
29°59'7.706"S | 30°51'46.457"E
29°51'28.837"S | 31°0'37.061"E
29°43'31.001"S | 31°5'8.998"E
29°59'44.539"S | 30°49'31.753"E
29°58'2.4"S | 30°42'7.199"E
29°34'0.001"S | 31°7'0.001"E
29°58'18.984"S | 30°54'15.012"E
29°57'31.389"S | 30°55'59.266"E
29°51'28.837"S | 31°0'37.061"E
29°57'34.824"S | 30°51'41.854"E
29°58'8.389"S | 30°54'46.036"E
29°50'57.543"S | 31°1'11.762"E
29°59'7.706"S | 30°51'46.457"E
29°57'31.389"S | 30°55'59.266"E
30°1'43.332"S | 30°51'51.297"E
29°38'60"S | 31°2'59.999"E
5
GPS co-ordinates
Plant & equipment
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
3
Asset SubClass
78
50
50
290
–
–
948
1,027
–
–
–
–
5,807
8,600
78
2,265
–
9,500
–
1,000
80
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
1,141
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
68
40
48
76
–
–
–
–
265
441
706
–
9,500
–
66
1,271
4,000
18,000
–
–
66
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
4,237
7,062
3,531
2,825
9,181
1,412
706
2,119
5,650
8,475
–
–
60
60
200
4,000
8,000
–
–
–
–
–
4,000
14,000
–
80
2,000
–
15,000
4,000
–
90
900
1,500
4,000
4,000
300
8,000
2,000
–
6,000
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
7,000
–
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
26
28
61
28
76
58
52
32
32
32
Internal
Internal
32
98
27
35
Internal
35
18
56
28
35
96
100
61
87
88
28
89
87
44
97
90
94, 67
58
new
new
new
new
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
new
new
new
new
new
renewal
new
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
new
new
new
new
new
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
new
renewal
new
new
new
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
H4001
–
Yes
Yes
Yes
H4001
H4001
Cornubia Ph 1B(3)
Cornubia Phase 2
Informal Settlement Upgrading
Amaoti Cuba
Burlington Greenfields - Extension
Cato Crest Insitu Upgrade
Craighban
Dodoza
Ekwandeni Phase 1
Emapeleni
Emaphephethweni
Etafuleni Ph 1
Folweni
Ezimbokdweni
Cornubia Ph 1B(3)
Cornubia Phase 2
Informal Settlement Upgrading
Amaoti Cuba
Burlington Greenfields - Extension
Cato Crest Insitu Upgrade
Craighban
Dodoza
Ekwandeni Phase 1
Emapeleni
Emaphephethweni
Etafuleni Ph 1
Folweni
Ezimbokdweni
Klaarwater
Kloof Extension 15 & 21 Phase 3
Klaarwater
Kloof Extension 15 & 21 Phase 3
H4001
H4001
H4001
H4001
Kingsburg West
Klaarwater Station
Kingsburg West
Kennedy Road
Klaarwater Station
H4001
H4001
Isandlwana Umlazi Ward B10 (Unit F, G & H) Isandlwana Umlazi Ward B10 (Unit F, G & H)
Kennedy Road
H4001
H4001
H4001
H4001
H4001
H4001
H4001
H4001
H4001
H4001
H4001
H4001
Cornubia Ph 1B(2)
Cornubia Ph 1B(2)
H4001
Cornubia Ph 1B(1)
Cornubia Ph 1B(1)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
–
Long = 31° 3' 33.583", Lat = 29° 41' 18.167"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
–
170
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 53' 20.390", Lat = 29° 46' 38.803"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 51' 27.227", Lat = 29° 51' 35.479"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 51' 41.636", Lat = 30° 4' 26.721"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 50' 46.492", Lat = 30° 4' 26.721"
–
–
–
12,000
120
4,520
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 52' 44.784", Lat = 29° 56' 56.062"
12,360
8,400
Long = 30° 58' 47.059", Lat = 29° 48' 41.228"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 53' 6.856", Lat = 30° 0' 54.254"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 49' 33.646", Lat = 29° 59' 41.768"
14,415
–
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 57' 21.701", Lat = 29° 40' 16.197"
12,475
Long = 30° 47' 42.621", Lat = 29° 37' 20.695"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
5,840
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 54' 20.639", Lat = 29° 47' 11.719"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 38' 52.630" , Lat = 29° 50' 15.601"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 50' 1.962", Lat = 29° 59' 27.386"
–
–
11,850
Long = 30° 53' 23.254", Lat = 29° 53' 34.832"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 58' 32.312" , Lat = 29° 51' 10.294"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 44' 49.703", Lat = 30° 11' 41.676"
13,500
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 59' 47.514", Lat = 29° 40' 34.179"
Infrastructure - OtherHousing development
26,897
26,897
26,896
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 31° 2' 19.956", Lat =29° 41' 13.484"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 31° 2' 18.355", Lat =29° 41' 32.038"
Long = 31° 2' 17.402", Lat =29° 41' 17.143"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
15,254
15,253
Long = 31° 2' 18.355", Lat =29° 41' 32.038"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 31° 2' 19.956", Lat =29° 41' 13.484"
15,253
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 31° 2' 17.402", Lat =29° 41' 17.143"
Integrated Residential Development Programme:
Integrated
PhaseResidential
2 Top Structure
Development
Construction
Programme:
(Informal
Phase
Settlements)
2 Top Structure
Yes Construction
Infrastructure
(Informal -Settlements)
OtherHousing development
H4001
H4001
H4001
13,400
11,100
17,500
–
14,500
300
–
–
–
18,000
16,700
18,000
15,000
12,000
–
16,000
12,434
125,000
–
–
–
10,100
–
–
10,000
16,000
7,000
13,000
18,000
–
21,000
300
–
–
–
24,000
21,000
21,000
16,500
16,000
–
18,000
13,200
128,000
–
–
–
100
–
–
8,900
19,000
–
10,000
15,21
16,17
16,17
98
25
77
93
95,96
53,56
2
22
7,91
95
99
30, 101
65
53
102
102
102
102
102
102
102
98
77,78
34
21
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
Cornubia Ph 1B(3)
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 49' 42.984", Lat =3 0° 3' 39.662"
3,750
6,200
12,000
21
43,44
Cornubia Ph 1B(2)
Yes
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 55' 51.898", Lat = 29° 46' 30.758"
2,925
3,250
–
–
renewal
renewal
Cornubia Ph 1B(3)
H4001
Yes
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 56' 30.301", Lat = 29° 51' 34.924"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 56' 22.312", Lat = 29° 51' 16.622"
–
–
65
51,53
new
Cornubia Ph 1B(2)
Lovu rectification
H4001
Yes
Yes
1,800
2,763
–
–
Internal
renewal
Lovu rectification
Riverdene Rectification
H4001
H4001
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 53' 0.668", Lat =29° 47' 37.133"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 55' 38.985", Lat=29° 42' 59.648"
–
15,600
220
renewal
Riverdene Rectification
North and South Booth Road Rectification
Yes
Yes
2,000
200
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
Project information
Cornubia Ph 1B(1)
North and South Booth Road Rectification
Jamaica : Phase 1
H4001
H4001
3,250
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 58' 58.082", Lat = 29° 41' 20.791"
220
Budget Year
2015/16
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Long = 30° 53' 57.860", Lat = 29° 53' 12.793"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - OtherHousing development
29°51'4.811"S | 31°1'27.501"E
5
GPS co-ordinates
Cornubia Ph 1B(1)
Jamaica : Phase 1
Harmony Height Rental (Rectification)
Yes
Plant & equipment
3
Asset SubClass
Infrastructure - OtherHousing development
Other Assets
3
Asset Class
Integrated Residential Development Programme:
Integrated
PhaseResidential
1 PlanningDevelopment
and ServicesProgramme:
( Informal Settlements)
Phase 1 Planning and
YesServices Infrastructure
( Informal Settlements)
- OtherHousing development
Emaplazini
Harmony Height Rental (Rectification)
Emaplazini
H4001
Yes
Brooksfarm Rectification
Burlington Station (Rectification)
Brooksfarm Rectification
Yes
Rectification of RDP Stock 1994-2002
Rectification of RDP Stock 1994-2002
Burlington Station (Rectification)
Yes
NEW HOUSING-DOH (INCL Slums Clearance)
NEW HOUSING-DOH (INCL Slums Clearance)
Yes
Yes
HOUSING
Plant and Equipment-Development Planning Plant and Equipment-Development Planning
HOUSING
6
Program/Project description
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
Yes
Yes
H4001
H4001
H4001
H4001
H4001
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Rural Housing: Communal Land Rights
H4001
Yes
Rural Housing: Communal Land Rights
Woody Glen Phase 1
Woody Glen Phase 1
H4001
Yes
Inanda Dam
Welbedaght East
Welbedaght East
H4001
Yes
Yes
Inanda Dam
Umnini Zone 3
Umnini Zone 3
H4001
H4001
Western Storm
Umlazi Infill Project, Phase 2
Umlazi Infill Project, Phase 2
Yes
Southern Storm
Umlazi Infill Phase 1 Part 5
Umlazi Infill Phase 1 Part 5
H4001
Yes
Yes
Western Storm
Umlazi Infill Phase 1 Part 4
Umlazi Infill Phase 1 Part 4
H4001
H4001
Southern Storm
Umbhayi Housing Project : Phase 1
Umbhayi Housing Project : Phase 1
Yes
Northern Storm
Tshelimnyama Ph 4
Tshelimnyama Ph 4
H4002
Yes
Northern Storm
Trenance Park Phase 2B
Trenance Park Phase 2B
H4001
Yes
Yes
Yes
Thambo Plaza
Thambo Plaza
H4001
H4001
Fire Damage
Sandton Phase 3
Sandton Phase 3
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Fire Damage
Sandton Phase 2
Sandton Phase 2
H4001
Yes
Yes
Yes
Richmond Farm A and B
Richmond Farm A and B
H4001
H4001
H4001
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
6
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Emergency Housing Assistance (current commitments)
Emergency Housing Assistance (current commitments)
Redcliffe Phase 1
Redcliffe Phase 1
H4001
Oakford Priory
Qiniselani Manyuswa
Oakford Priory
Qiniselani Manyuswa
H4001
Ntuzuma D Phase 2 & 3
Ntuzuma G Infill
H4001
H4001
H4001
Ntuzuma D Phase 2 & 3
Njobokazi - Mtamtengwo
Njobokazi - Mtamtengwo
H4001
H4001
Ntuzuma G Infill
Mpumalanga Extension Phase 2
Mpumalanga Extension Phase 2
Ntuzuma C Phase 1
Mpumalanga Unit G
Mpumalanga Unit G
H4001
Ntuzuma C Phase 2
Mpola Ph 3
Mpola Ph 3
H4001
Ntuzuma C Phase 2
Mount Moriah Phase 2, 3 & 4
Mount Moriah Phase 2, 3 & 4
H4001
H4001
H4001
H4001
H4001
H4001
Project
number
Ntuzuma C Phase 1
Molweni Housing Project
Mona Sunhills
Mini Town Phase 2
Mini Town Phase 2
Mona Sunhills
Matamfana Rectification
Matamfana Rectification
Molweni Housing Project
KwaMakhutha Wire-Wall
Lamontville Ministerial
KwaMakhutha Wire-Wall
Program/Project description
Lamontville Ministerial
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
3
Asset SubClass
5
GPS co-ordinates
171
Infrastructure - OtherHousing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
-29.854502:30.960644
Various
Various
Various
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Various
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - OtherHousing development
10,750
21,000
21,000
21,000
10,530
12,290
8,010
Long = 30° 51' 16.740", Lat = 29° 55' 48.065"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 37' 5.290" E, Lat = 29° 49' 32.447"
–
1,725
2,990
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 49' 14.177", Lat = 30° 9' 14.193"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 53' 40.871", Lat = 29° 58' 59.361"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 53' 16.078", Lat = 29° 58' 0.326"
42,345
Long = 31° 5' 19.687", Lat = 29° 34' 25.920"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 53' 16.078", Lat = 29° 58' 0.326"
8,985
12,560
Long = 30° 47' 44.240", Lat = 29° 50' 4.322"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 57' 56.950", Lat = 29° 41' 47.010"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
8,000
4,800
Long = 30° 46' 16.197", Lat = 29° 51' 1.399"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 31° 0' 21.880", Lat = 29° 39' 5.232"
–
13,600
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 46' 48.628", Lat = 29° 47' 33.882"
–
–
Long = 31° 1' 54.981", Lat = 29° 37' 28.628"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 56' 50.161", Lat = 29° 45' 48.687"
–
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 45' 26.207", Lat = 29° 40' 29.765"
20,450
–
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 59' 51.609", Lat = 29° 36' 19.132"
21,150
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 55' 33.418", Lat = 29° 44' 5.242"
–
Long = 30° 57' 8.154", Lat = 29° 43' 8.314"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
–
Long = 30° 56' 23.688", Lat = 29° 44' 34.464"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
–
4,000
5,030
–
100
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 56' 20.796", Lat = 29° 44' 13.795"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 38' 40.872", Lat = 29° 52' 35.694"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 38' 30.270", Lat = 29° 47' 37.774"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 38' 6.715", Lat = 29° 48' 59.809"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 48' 40.855", Lat = 29° 51' 27.797"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 31° 1' 13.466", Lat = 29° 44' 17.170"
–
13,710
Long = 30° 55' 38.985", Lat = 29° 42' 59.648"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
–
7,440
14,400
–
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
61
15
60
55,57
12
12,14
38,45,41
59,60
8,103,2
59
42,55
38,43
38,45
42
7
91
6
15
15
61,62
9
6
45
74
16,17
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
5,000
19,000
–
–
5,700
City wide
91
72,77,84
89,99
89,99
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
76,77,78,79,80,81,82,83,84,85,86,87,88,89
–
renewal
76,77,78,79,80,81,82,83,84,85,86,87,88,89
–
renewal
–
15,600
–
–
14,500
8,900
9,000
–
23,000
4,800
7,000
–
6,000
96
17,000
–
–
11,000
240
7,900
10,000
4,000
–
–
15,000
1,500
–
–
17,000
3
renewal
renewal
1-9,13,-23,65,72,91,92
–
&103
renewal
84,93,94,67,80,98,85,86,99,95,100,96
–
renewal
10,000 3,53,54,56,59,60,61,62,30,43,41,44,45,46,47,55,57
10,000
renewal
5,000
16,000
–
10,000
6,000
–
–
–
12,300
–
–
7,174
6,500
4,500
7,000
18,000
3,200
552
–
2,000
96
16,500
–
–
5,100
120
2,465
6,000
2,000
4,019
–
15,000
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 52' 53.465", Lat = 29° 44' 58.939"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 37' 50.085", Lat = 29° 47' 52.386"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 56' 59.384", Lat = 29° 44' 26.477"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 56' 4.042", Lat = 29° 56' 28.569"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 51' 30.026", Lat = 30° 1' 56.476"
3
Asset Class
Nsimbini Rural
Sobonakhona Phase 1
Kwalinda (12)
Umnini Rural Housing Project zone 2
Vumengazi/Ngoyameni Rural
Hambanathi 3A & 3B Rectification
KwaMgaga Rectification
Planning
2.4 Informal Settlement Upgrading
Burlington Greefield Extension
Ekwandeni Phase 1
Nsimbini Rural
Sobonakhona Phase 1
Kwalinda (12)
Umnini Rural Housing Project zone 2
Vumengazi/Ngoyameni Rural
Hambanathi 3A & 3B Rectification
KwaMgaga Rectification
Planning
2.4 Informal Settlement Upgrading
Burlington Greefield Extension
Ekwandeni Phase 1
Tshelimnyama Phase 4 Housing Project
Umbhayi Housing Project : Phase 1
Sunhills
Tshelimnyama Phase 4 Housing Project
Umbhayi Housing Project : Phase 1
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
H4001
Aberfoyle
Greylands Phase 2 - additional
Cornubia North - additional
Mpumulanga Ext - aditional
Amanzimtoti Mission Reserve - additional
Aberfoyle
Greylands Phase 2 - additional
Cornubia North - additional
Mpumulanga Ext - aditional
Amanzimtoti Mission Reserve - additional
Yes
Salem
Emapheleni-Clermont
Salem
Emapheleni-Clermont
Yes
Land Acquisitions
H4005
H4004
H4003
H4002
H4001
H4001
H4001
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Land Acquisitions
H4001
H4001
Yes
Yes
Zwelibomvu/Vumazonke RHP
H4001
Qiniselani Amanyuswa
Zwelibomvu/Isimahla RHP
Zwelibomvu/Isimahla RHP
Yes
Qiniselani Amanyuswa
Vumengazi
Vumengazi
H4001
Zwelibomvu/Vumazonke RHP
Dodoza
Embo
Dodoza
Embo
H4001
H4001
H4001
H4001
H4001
Yes
Yes
Yes
Sunhills
Redcliffe Housing Project
H4001
H4001
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
6
Yes
Redcliffe Housing Project
Oakford Priory
H4001
H4001
H4001
H4001
H4001
H4001
H4001
H4002
H4001
H4001
H4001
H4001
H4001
H4001
H4001
H4001
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
4.2 Rural Housing: Communal Land Rights 4.2 Rural Housing: Communal Land Rights
Molweni Housing Project
Oakford Priory
Molweni Housing Project
Kloof Extension 15 & 21 Phase 3
Ngcolosi Rural
Mamba Housing Project
KwaXimba Ph 1
KwaXimba Ph 1
Ngcolosi Rural
Mamba Housing Project
Inanda Mission Reserve(Mqhawe)
Inanda Mission Reserve(Mqhawe)
Kloof Extension 15 & 21 Phase 3
Amahlongwa Rural Housing Project
Emalangeni Phase 2
Amahlongwa Rural Housing Project
Program/Project description
Emalangeni Phase 2
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
3
Asset SubClass
5
GPS co-ordinates
–
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 50' 1.962", Lat = 29° 59' 27.386"
172
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 48' 49.721", Lat = 30° 2' 9.339"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 38' 30.270", Lat = 29° 47' 37.774"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 31° 4' 55.996", Lat = 29° 40' 38.078"
–
–
–
–
–
Long = 31° 6' 2.561", Lat = 29° 33' 53.785"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 31° 8' 37.471", Lat = 29° 33' 1.141"
–
–
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 54' 20.639", Lat = 29° 47' 11.719"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 44' 13.738", Lat = 29° 51' 6.828"
Infrastructure - OtherHousing development
800
450
Long =3 0° 43' 14.656" , Lat = 29° 53' 11.631"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long 30° 45' 26.207" = , Lat = 29° 40' 29.765"
450
1,000
800
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long =3 0° 43' 14.656" , Lat = 29° 53' 11.631"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 48' 32.020", Lat = 29° 44' 5.293"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 47' 8.160", Lat = 29° 44' 19.062"
500
500
Infrastructure - OtherHousing development
Long = 31° 5' 19.687", Lat = 29° 34' 25.920"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
500
Long = 31° 6' 19.074", Lat = 29° 33' 24.275"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
200
1,000
Long = 31° 1' 27118" , Lat = 29° 38' 5.855" S
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 47' 44.240", Lat = 29° 50' 4.322"
300
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 59' 51.609", Lat = 29° 36' 19.132"
300
–
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 52' 56.144", Lat = 29° 44' 8.324"
200
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 53' 20.390", Lat = 29° 46' 38.803"
200
800
–
–
–
8,600
–
Long = 29° 41' 47.010", Lat = 30° 57' 56.950"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 38' 52.630", Lat = 29° 50' 15.601"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 53' 23.254", Lat = 29° 53' 34.832"
Infrastructure - OtherHousing development
Infrastructure - OtherHousing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 51' 10.323", Lat = 29° 57' 18.290"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 31° 7' 7.749", Lat = 29° 33' 27.678"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 48' 2.250", Lat = 29° 55' 53.893"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 49' 14.177", Lat = 30° 9' 14.193"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 45' 59.317", Lat = 29° 50' 30.769" S
32,497
Long = 30° 57' 15.410", Lat = 29° 51' 16.942"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 47' 42.555", Lat = 30° 1' 9.365"
–
21,500
–
14,190
–
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
1,000
2,000
10,000
3,000
2,000
2,500
1,000
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
14,000
5,450
6,972
–
5,000
1,118
14,500
18,000
–
18,000
–
10,000
99
6,9
renewal
renewal
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
16,000
5,450
15,000
–
8,000
26,000
15,000
20,000
–
97
6
102
62
60
22
7
2,8,103
100
100
84100
8
95
61
15
61,62
59,60
59
9
15,21
7,91
65
51,53
77,78
62
84100
98,99
12
96, 98
94,95
2,8
1
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
24,000 2,3,44,56,43,55 renewal
–
15,000
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 50' 16.790", Lat = 29° 41' 52.996"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 38' 6.251", Lat = 29° 39' 56.389" S
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 53' 46.467", Lat = 29° 41' 15.806"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 39' 21.182", Lat = 29° 49' 14.038"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 43' 29.400", Lat = 30° 12' 55.460"
3
Asset Class
P5216
P5077
P5128
Oakford Pr.
Redcliffe
Roseneath Gardens
Tshelimnyama Ph 4
Umbhayi
Umlazi B10 (GX1,F3,F9) Ph2
Oakford Pr.
Redcliffe
Roseneath Gardens
Tshelimnyama Ph 4
Umbhayi
Umlazi B10 (GX1,F3,F9) Ph2
3
Asset SubClass
5
GPS co-ordinates
Umlazi Infill - EX1
Umlazi Infill - FX3
Umlazi Infill - HX17
Umlazi Infill - EX1
Umlazi Infill - FX3
Umlazi Infill - HX17
P5129
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
173
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 52' 26.566", Lat = 29° 57' 5.395"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 53' 33.768", Lat = 29° 57' 3.482"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 54' 12.538", Lat = 29° 57' 9.594"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 54' 4.987", Lat = 29° 56' 52.538"
5,000
8,410
3,800
2,400
7,300
Umlazi Infill - CX1
Long = 30° 54' 16.457", Lat = 29° 57' 51.594"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Umlazi Infill - BX4
Umlazi Infill - CX1
Umlazi Infill - BX4
13,600
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 53' 5.546", Lat = 29° 57' 23.764"
Yes
Umlazi B10 (WX2) Ph3
Umlazi B10 (WX2) Ph3
P5129
6,000
Umlazi B10 (GX7/8) Design fees (CX3, GX20, WX1,
UmlaziGX1,
B10F9,
(GX7/8)
F3, WX2,
Design
GX5
fees
& M15)
(CX3, GX20, WX1, GX1,
P5129
F9, F3, WX2, GX5
Yes & M15) Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 53' 3.775", Lat = 29° 57' 17.141"
12,000
–
Long = 30° 47' 44.240", Lat = 29° 50' 4.322"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 31° 5' 19.687", Lat = 29° 34' 25.920"
3,000
–
49,000
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 44' 39.678", Lat = 30° 11' 36.861"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long =31° 1' 6.981" E , Lat = 29° 37' 49.628" S
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 59' 51.609", Lat = 29° 36' 19.132"
2,000
44,000
Long = 30° 55' 33.418", Lat = 29° 44' 5.242"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 57' 8.154", Lat = 29° 43' 8.314"
10,000
Long = 30° 55' 19.844", Lat = 29° 59' 17.555"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
46,000
Long = 30° 56' 19.799", Lat = 29° 56' 36.194"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
2,000
12,000
Long = 30° 53' 20.390", Lat = 29° 46' 38.803"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 31° 6' 19.074", Lat = 29° 33' 24.275"
15,000
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 58' 47.059", Lat = 29° 48' 41.228"
10,000
10,000
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 53' 6.856", Lat = 30° 0' 54.254"
17,000
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 57' 21.701", Lat = 29° 40' 16.197"
–
Long = 30° 57' 21.701", Lat = 29° 40' 16.197"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 54' 20.639", Lat = 29° 47' 11.719"
10,700
Long = 30° 38' 52.630", Lat = 29° 50' 15.601"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
2,950
15,000
Long = 30° 58' 32.312", Lat = 29° 51' 10.294"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 44' 49.703", Lat = 30° 11' 41.676"
10,000
500
4,000
–
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 53' 23.254", Lat = 29° 53' 34.832"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 31° 5' 4.088", Lat = 29° 34' 16.413"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 59' 47.514", Lat = 29° 40' 34.179"
Infrastructure - OtherHousing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 31° 7' 34.787", Lat = 29° 32' 21.427"
–
–
Long = 30° 41' 21.720", Lat = 29° 50' 11.382"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 52' 31.199", Lat = 29° 44' 47.448"
–
–
–
–
–
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
13,600
4,000
12,000
9,600
–
–
–
–
42,000
19,000
–
–
52,000
2,000
32,000
–
32,500
31,000
15,000
–
–
30,000
22,500
–
9,300
–
10,000
–
500
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
5,500
3,000
–
–
–
3,000
–
–
–
–
40,000
30,000
–
15,000
–
–
–
–
40,500
–
13,000
–
–
20,000
–
17,000
–
–
5,000
–
–
–
8,000
300
300
3,000
7,000
10,000
–
–
82
81
80
81
88
79
79
79
61
15
99
59
59
55
43
90
62
74,75
19
25
93
56,53
56,53
22
7,91
99
101,30
65
61
53
62
9
7
59,60
7
7
13
41
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 31° 0' 43.117", Lat = 29° 38' 27.853"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 44' 35.687", Lat = 29° 50' 31.175"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 44' 28.581", Lat = 29° 49' 30.154"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 48' 0.225", Lat = 29° 53' 15.322"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 57' 38.270", Lat = 29° 45' 3.774"
3
Asset Class
2,950
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
6
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 52' 51.308", Lat = 29° 56' 55.108"
P5129
P5172
P5121
P5170
Ntuzuma G Infill & G Triangle
Ntuzuma G Infill & G Triangle
P5168
P5117
Ntuzuma D Ph 2&3 (Stage 2)
Mona Sunhill
Nkanku Road
Lamontville Informal settlement
Mona Sunhill
Lamontville Informal settlement
P5133
Nkanku Road
Kloof extension 15 & 21 ( KwaBhontshisi)
Kloof extension 15 & 21 ( KwaBhontshisi)
P5086
P5105
P5155
P5101
P5256
P5149
P5009
H4012
H4012
H4011
H4010
H4009
H4008
H4007
H4006
Project
number
Ntuzuma D Ph 2&3 (Stage 2)
Ezimbokodweni (Emplangweni)
Kennedy Road
Etafuleni Ph 1B
Kennedy Road
Etafuleni Ph 1A
Etafuleni Ph 1A
Etafuleni Ph 1B
Ezimbokodweni (Emplangweni)
Emapheleni Phase 2 Lot 3548
Burlington Greenfields - Extension
Burlington Greenfields - Extension
Emapheleni Phase 2 Lot 3548
Belverde Extension
Belverde Extension
Ekwandeni Ph1
Amaoti Cuba (Phase 1 & 4)
Amaoti Cuba (Phase 1 & 4)
Ekwandeni Ph1
Housing Infrustracture
Housing Infrustracture
Cato Crest Insitu Upgrade
Lindokuhle
Lindokuhle
Craigeburn
Molweni Phase 2
Molweni Phase 2
Craigeburn
Ntshnogweni Phase 2
Ntshnogweni Phase 2
Cato Crest Insitu Upgrade
Shongweni South 2
Red Cliff Valleyview
Red Cliff Valleyview
Shongweni South 1
Shongweni South 1
Shongweni South 2
Kwa Mashu J and K - additional
Luganda - additional
Kwa Mashu J and K - additional
Program/Project description
Luganda - additional
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
Yes
Yes
Cornubia Ph 2
Cornubia Ph 2
Strategic Land Acquisition & High Intensity Corridor
Strategic
Integration
Land Acquisition & High Intensity Corridor Integration
Jacobs
KwaMakhutha
Thokoza
Interim Services
Zambia
Zimbabwe
Amawoti-Lusaka
Jacobs
KwaMakhutha
Thokoza
Interim Services
Zambia
Zimbabwe
Amawoti-Lusaka
KwaMashu
KwaMashu
Dalton
SJ Smith
SJ Smith
Klaarwater
Umlazi Glebelands
Umlazi Glebelands
Klaarwater
Kranskloof
Kranskloof
Dalton
Yes
H7010
H7009
H7004
H7006
H7005
H7001
H7003
H7002
H7008
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Umlazi T
Umlazi T
H7007
Community residential units (CRU) Construction
Community
and upgrades
residential units (CRU) Construction and upgrades
Yes
Yes
Yes
Sandton Ph 3 area 4
Etafuleni 1da
Yes
Etafuleni 1db
Etafuleni 1da
Burlington Greenfields - Extension Ph2
Yes
Yes
Etafuleni 1db
Burlington Greenfields - Extension Ph2
Ntuzuma G Infill & G Triangle - Contractor
Sandton Ph 3 area 4
Amaoti Cuba Phase 2
Ntuzuma G Infill & G Triangle - Contractor
Amaoti Cuba Phase 2
Yes
Mini Town phase 2
Yes
Yes
Mini Town phase 2
Umlazi Infill Part 2 Phase 1Unit Q(Q8-Q10)
Umlazi Infill Part 2 Phase 1Unit Q(Q8-Q10)
Yes
Umlazi Infill Part 2 Phase 1 Unit H (HX14)
Umlazi Infill Part 2 Phase 1 Unit H (HX14)
Yes
Yes
Zamani 2B
Zamani 2B
Yes
Umlazi Infill - Part 4 - HX2
Umlazi Infill -LX2
Umlazi Infill -LX2
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
6
Umlazi Infill Part 5 Ph1 Unit (V8) / Umlazi GlebeUmlazi Infill Part 5 Ph1 Unit (V8) / Umlazi Glebe
Umlazi Infill- CX3
Umlazi Infill- CX3
P5247
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Umlazi Infill - Part 4 - HX2
Umlazi Infill - WX1
Umlazi Infill (GX5)
Umlazi Infill - PMH
Umlazi Infill - PMH
Umlazi Infill (GX5)
Umlazi Infill - P8
Umlazi Infill - P8
Umlazi Infill - WX1
Umlazi Infill - KX1
Umlazi Infill - M8,9,10
Umlazi Infill - KX1
Program/Project description
Umlazi Infill - M8,9,10
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
3
Asset SubClass
5
GPS co-ordinates
174
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 59' 28.097", Lat = 29° 40' 44.654"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 58' 36.371", Lat = 29° 41' 29.692"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherHousing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 31° 0' 54.656", Lat = 29° 51' 0.057"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 51' 31.524", Lat = 30° 1' 55.804"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 58' 42.707", Lat = 29° 55' 41.406"
8,500
6,800
3,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
8,000
Long = 31° 0' 16.855", Lat = 29° 51' 56.275"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 49' 58.732", Lat = 29° 52' 57.481"
20,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 59' 50.901", Lat = 29° 44' 36.268"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 56' 59.257", Lat = 29° 56' 56.000"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 56' 14.642", Lat = 29° 57' 44.599"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 54' 1.131", Lat = 29° 46' 43.301"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 54' 27.251", Lat = 29° 58' 36.578"
Infrastructure - OtherHousing development
20,000
–
Various
Long = 31° 3' 33.583", Lat = 29° 41' 18.167"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
–
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 57' 21.701", Lat = 29° 40' 16.197"
–
–
Long = 30° 57' 21.701", Lat = 29° 40' 16.197"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 46' 6.619", Lat = 29° 50' 27.390"
–
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 53' 23.254", Lat = 29° 53' 34.832"
–
–
Long = 30° 59' 47.514", Lat = 29° 40' 34.179"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 57' 8.154", Lat = 29° 43' 8.314"
–
–
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 37' 50.085", Lat = 29° 47' 52.386"
–
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 55' 42.321", Lat = 29° 58' 0.458"
–
–
23,000
1,150
Long = 30° 52' 29.435", Lat = 29° 56' 59.102"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 53' 40.871", Lat = 29° 58' 59.361"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 53' 40.871", Lat = 29° 58' 59.361"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 38' 23.657", Lat = 29° 49' 22.548"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 51' 42.165", Lat = 29° 58' 4.225"
7,500
7,500
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 53' 59.950", Lat = 29° 56' 46.674"
7,400
Long = 30° 52' 45.902", Lat = 29° 56' 42.570"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
10,000
4,150
6,300
5,000
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
–
–
–
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
10,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
10,000
20,000
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
25,000
–
8,500
–
–
7,000
–
1,000
6,000
83,87
91
79
79
79
82
85
85
83
78
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
–
–
–
–
30,000
8,600
15,000
21,000
12,000
15,000
20,000
30,000
24,000
53
53/57
57
31
94
75
17
32
39,40
75
76
20
89
58,102
56,53
12
56,53
65
55
53
98,99
80,81,87
New
New
New
New
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
6,800 77,78,80,85,86,88renewal
16,000 77,78,80,85,86,88renewal
14,000
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 52' 37.022", Lat = 29° 57' 27.651"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 52' 50.818", Lat = 29° 58' 31.742"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 53' 24.094", Lat = 29° 58' 24.032"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 52' 15.617", Lat = 29° 58' 28.610"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 50' 53.281", Lat = 29° 57' 40.859"
3
Asset Class
Wathanga
Molweni (Romani 1)
Dark City
Molweni (Romani 1)
Dark City
Esivivaneni
Esivivaneni
Wathanga
Dassenhoek - Block A (Mansenseni)
Umlazi AX1
Umlazi AX1
Dassenhoek - Block A (Mansenseni)
Umlazi M 14(Shisa-Bhe)
Umlazi M 14(Shisa-Bhe)
Dassenhoek - Block B (Mocambique)
Umlazi BB 868
Umlazi BB 868
Dassenhoek - Block B (Mocambique)
Umlazi A1
Umlazi A1
Dassenhoek - Block B (Mocambique)
Umlazi V10(Shayamoya)
Umlazi V10(Shayamoya)
Dassenhoek - Block B (Mocambique)
Umlazi A3
Umlazi A3
Panekeni
Umlazi JX4
Umlazi JX4
Panekeni
Umlazi MX1
Umlazi MX1
Dassenhoek - Block C
Umlazi EX15 (Buyani)
Umlazi EX15 (Buyani)
Dassenhoek - Block C
Umlazi J13
Umlazi J13
Zibuse
Umlazi AX1
Umlazi AX1
Mini Town
Umlazi DX18
Umlazi DX18
Zibuse
Umlazi UX3 (Qhiph'Khowe)
Umlazi UX3 (Qhiph'Khowe)
Mini Town
Umlazi L12 (Ekuthuleni)
Umlazi L12 (Ekuthuleni)
Sankotshe
Umlazi N 4
Umlazi N 4
Sankotshe
V2/V3/V4
V2/V3/V4
Umlazi EX7 (Ethopia)
Umlazi E2 (Egoli)
Umlazi E2 (Egoli)
Umlazi ZX16 (Phalamende)
Umlazi GX6
Umlazi GX6
Umlazi ZX16 (Phalamende)
Umlazi J4
Umlazi J4
Umlazi EX7 (Ethopia)
Manyaleni
Pumphouse
Pumphouse
Amawoti-Moscow
Manyaleni
Sitarami
Amawoti-Moscow
Sitarami
Africa
Amawoti-Namibia
Africa
Program/Project description
Amawoti-Namibia
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
Project
number
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
6
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
3
Asset SubClass
5
GPS co-ordinates
–
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 40' 51.246", Lat = 30° 40' 51.246"
175
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 53' 8.953", Lat = 29° 44' 3.984"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 52' 56.144", Lat = 29° 44' 8.324"
–
–
–
100
3,100
Long = 30° 46' 44.817", Lat = 29° 50' 16.705"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 39' 57.842", Lat = 29° 50' 3.315"
3,200
2,200
8,500
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 47' 25.174", Lat = 29° 50' 32.525"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 47' 25.174", Lat = 29° 50' 32.525"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 40' 28.005", Lat = 29° 41' 56.886"
3,600
600
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 47' 11.816", Lat = 29° 50' 57.699"
1,500
Long = 30° 37' 51.862", Lat = 29° 47' 29.420"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
2,800
–
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 38' 4.857", Lat = 29° 48' 7.089"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 35' 36.448", Lat = 29° 47' 41.400"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 53' 4.137", Lat = 29° 59' 51.766"
–
–
Long = 30° 54' 45.256", Lat = 29° 57' 30.401"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 55' 20.135", Lat = 29° 56' 47.175"
–
Long = 30° 52' 22.763", Lat = 29° 58' 3.331"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
500
Long = 30° 54' 45.256", Lat = 29° 57' 30.401"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
800
1,100
Long = 30° 55' 59.692", Lat = 29° 57' 46.386"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 51' 7.672", Lat = 29° 58' 33.314"
1,500
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 54' 50.513", Lat = 29° 57' 21.020"
2,400
500
Long = 30° 52' 17.615", Lat = 29° 57' 45.945"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 51' 34.558", Lat = 29° 57' 8.108"
1,500
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 54' 33.490", Lat = 29° 56' 53.358"
2,600
Long = 30° 54' 45.256", Lat = 29° 57' 30.401"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 51' 25.618", Lat = 29° 57' 14.504"
–
2,900
Long = 30° 53' 8.638", Lat = 29° 59' 42.270"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 54' 19.374", Lat = 29° 58' 8.197"
1,700
1,700
3,600
3,000
1,400
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 51' 42.775", Lat = 29° 57' 54.042"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 52' 39.338", Lat = 29° 57' 31.374"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 55' 22.455", Lat = 29° 57' 7.026"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 54' 51.987", Lat = 29° 57' 0.245"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 53' 12.912", Lat = 29° 56' 41.683"
5,300
2,200
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 51' 44.447", Lat = 29° 56' 54.437"
1,500
Long = 30° 51' 18.098", Lat = 29° 54' 2.749"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
–
4,200
–
7,700
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
6,800
10,000
4,000
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
2,000
4,300
1,300
1,900
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
150
200
1,100
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
12,300
–
11,300
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
9
9
7
6
14
15
14
4
14
4
5
5
85
80
88
85/83
84
80
80
80
77
83
81
77
80
87
86/85
83
82
80
80
79
77
72
69
59
61
56
55
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 54' 46.486", Lat = 29° 55' 38.402"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 59' 46.014", Lat = 29° 40' 4.567"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 31° 6' 18.962", Lat = 29° 33' 14.625"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 59' 8.145", Lat = 29° 40' 50.496"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 56' 49.801", Lat = 29° 42' 1.600" S
3
Asset Class
Umlazi E5 (Ekuthuleni)
Umlazi MX6 (Ekuphileni)
Umlazi JX5
Umlazi E5 (Ekuthuleni)
Umlazi MX6 (Ekuphileni)
Umlazi JX5
20354 Street - Gravel to surface
P6903
P6906
Upgrading of gravel road -Trk47057 - Demat Upgrading of gravel road -Trk47057 - Demat
Upgrade-Str47823-Savannah Park
Upgrade of Dahlia Rd-Wye Bank
Upgrade-Str47823-Savannah Park
Upgrade of Dahlia Rd-Wye Bank
P6908
Phephile Walk- Kwadabeka
Road Access :Lots 244-247-Kwadabeka
Bellair road Upgrade - Phase 2
Northern areas road Upgrades
Phephile Walk- Kwadabeka
Road Access :Lots 244-247-Kwadabeka
Bellair road Upgrade - Phase 2
Northern areas road Upgrades
P4150
P4149
P6910
P6902
Upgrade of Lentaka Pl - Kwadabeka TownshipUpgrade of Lentaka Pl - Kwadabeka Township
P6957
P6905
Upgrade of Makhunga Pl - St Wendolins Township
Upgrade of Makhunga Pl - St Wendolins Township
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
P6909
Sixth St, Thornwood, Ward 15
Sixth St, Thornwood, Ward 15
Yes
Upgrading gravel road - Trk 75176 - Dassenhoek
Upgrading gravel road - Trk 75176 - Dassenhoek
Yes
P6901
Upgrade of Syringa Place - Nagina Township Upgrade of Syringa Place - Nagina Township
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
6
Yes
P6904
P4172
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Upgrade of Str 200010 & Str 200040 - SithunduUpgrade
Hills of Str 200010 & Str 200040 - Sithundu Hills
Upgrade of Biko road - Kwandangezi TownshipUpgrade of Biko road - Kwandangezi Township
20354 Street - Gravel to surface
Route 3.1 road Upgrade Phase 2 : Congo to D Route
403 3.1 road Upgrade Phase 2 : Congo to D 403
Roads
Umlazi J7
Umlazi J7
Roads
Umlazi N 6
Umlazi N 6
KwaMageza
Umlazi MX3
Umlazi MX3
KwaMageza
Umlazi EX11 (Ekuthembeni)
Umlazi EX11 (Ekuthembeni)
Esikhelekehleni 2
Umlazi J 17+D189
Umlazi J 17+D189
Esikhelekehleni 2
Umlazi MX6 (Ekuphileni)
Umlazi MX6 (Ekuphileni)
Umlazi M8/9/10
Umlazi M 14(Shisa-Bhe)
Umlazi M 14(Shisa-Bhe)
Umlazi M8/9/10
Umlazi EX14 (Jabulani)
Umlazi EX14 (Jabulani)
V10
Umlazi EX9/ E16 (Thandanani)
Umlazi EX9/ E16 (Thandanani)
Umlazi EX4 (Thokoza)
Jan Roz
Jan Roz
Umlazi EX4 (Thokoza)
Ivy Close
Ivy Close
V10
Cliffdale School Station
Lungelani
Cliffdale School Station
Program/Project description
Lungelani
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
3
Asset SubClass
5
GPS co-ordinates
–
Long = 30° 53' 8.953", Lat = 29° 44' 3.984"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
176
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
61,710
40,000
474
276
237
2,764
395
3,159
276
474
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
1,974
395
316
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
316
5,400
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
4,500
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
–
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 41' 8.419", Lat = 29° 42' 15.581" S
–
–
Long = 30° 55' 9.912", Lat = 29° 56' 51.745"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 52' 15.617", Lat = 29° 58' 28.610"
–
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 55' 12.847", Lat = 29° 57' 23.196"
–
–
Long = 30° 52' 41.812", Lat = 29° 58' 22.513"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 51' 42.981", Lat = 29° 56' 48.792"
–
–
Long = 30° 51' 45.433", Lat = 29° 56' 46.037"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 55' 2.504", Lat = 29° 57' 0.108"
–
–
–
–
–
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 52' 40.362", Lat = 29° 58' 4.318" S
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 52' 36.380", Lat = 29° 58' 31.767"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 54' 36.593", Lat = 29° 57' 3.759"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 51' 37.560", Lat = 29° 56' 24.674"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 52' 41.812", Lat = 29° 58' 22.513"
–
–
Long = 30° 54' 34.416", Lat = 29° 57' 9.348"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 52' 22.763", Lat = 29° 58' 3.331"
–
–
–
–
–
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
118,825
40,000
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
2,700
200
6,100
1,100
1,100
800
400
1,100
1,400
300
1,200
500
900
150
100
2,200
1,700
2,800
1,900
3,000
5,000
–
35,000
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Blocksum
29,65,101
92
20
20
19
17
17
16
15
14
13
13
12
59
57
9
4
83
80
80
77
83/85
80
77
85
83
81
77
83/85
83/85
81
80
62
60
56
103
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 55' 26.450", Lat = 29° 56' 36.723"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 31° 8' 37.471", Lat = 29° 32' 45.457"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 31° 0' 58.590", Lat = 29° 38' 43.479"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 31° 7' 28.318", Lat = 29° 38' 16.337"
Infrastructure - Other Housing development
Long = 30° 41' 5.000", Lat = 29° 47' 12.688"
3
Asset Class
Other roads
Access road Upgrade
Various gravel roads In Inanda
Route 5.4
Sunset grove
Other roads
Access road Upgrade
Various gravel roads In Inanda
Route 5.4
Sunset grove
P9462
P9461
P9460
P9458
P9230
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Lanes and Footpaths
Lanes and Footpaths - Tshelimnyama
Sidewalks : Spencer road - Shallcross
Sidewalks
Sidewalks
Sidewalks
Sidewalks : Homestead road - Westville
Sidewalks: Jacaranda Crescent
Lanes and Footpaths - Tshelimnyama
Sidewalks : Spencer road - Shallcross
Sidewalks
Sidewalks
Sidewalks
Sidewalks : Homestead road - Westville
Sidewalks: Jacaranda Crescent
Sidewalk - Malandela Road
Sidewalk - Malandela Road
Sidewalks : Young road - Pinetown
Sidewalk - Ithendele Drive
Sidewalk - Ithendele Drive
Sidewalks : Young road - Pinetown
Sidewalk - Demat Road
Sidewalk - Demat Road
Lanes and Footpaths
Sidewalk - Khululeka Drive
Sidewalk - Khululeka Drive
Bhoqwana road & Uzemu road - Magabheni Bhoqwana road & Uzemu road - Magabheni
Shozi road
P9475
P9474
P9473
P9472
P9471
P6972
P9470
P9469
P9468
P9465
P9464
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Hlengwa access road
Hlengwa access road
P2363
Yes
Shozi road
Salem Access road
Salem Access road
P6962
Yes
Yes
Malangeni access road -Phase 2
Malangeni access road -Phase 2
P9456
Yes
Access road A665 From Wanda Cele Rd To Sports
Access
Field
road A665 From Wanda Cele Rd To Sports Field
P9463
Mbojane road
Mbojane road
P9455
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Kwacele road
Kwacele road
P9454
P9229
P9452
P4042
P6879
P6914
Imbozamo Link road
Marie road
Marie road
New River School road
Stockville road Upgrade
Stockville road Upgrade
New River School road
Wembley road Upgrade
Wembley road Upgrade
Imbozamo Link road
Hendon road Upgrade
Hendon road Upgrade
Yes
Yes
P6878
Yes
P4867
Yes
Yes
D403 Link To Verulam
Low Volume Roads Surfacing Programme
Low Volume Roads Surfacing Programme
P7279
Yes
Yes
6
D403 Link To Verulam
Wandsbeck road Upgrade (Upgrade)
Wandsbeck road Upgrade (Upgrade)
P7277
P3965
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Gravel to Surfaced Community Access Roads
Gravel to Surfaced Community Access Roads
Road Rehabilitation(Blocksum)
Matheran road Extension
Road Rehabilitation(Blocksum)
Program/Project description
Matheran road Extension
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
3
Asset SubClass
5
GPS co-ordinates
877
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
177
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
553
158
158
158
237
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
158
158
237
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
316
175
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
2,808
614
2,369
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
2,202
2,351
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
1,957
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
877
877
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
1,492
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
877
2,281
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
2,281
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
2,281
2,281
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
2,281
2,281
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
1,492
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
965
1,579
2,700
4,500
6,317
53,000
2,700
4,738
261,519
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
1,501
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
57,000
–
–
285,851
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
90
24
22
21
18
71
15
15
13
41
42/43/44
17/72
20
99
96
93
70
56
55
91
9
103
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
10
34
34
59
city wide
23,25
34
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
new
renewal
new
renewal
renewal
renewal
400,000 Refer to Annexure Crenewal
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3
Asset Class
Passage : J808 / 815
Passage : J854 / 855
Sidewalks: Ngwenya road
Sidewalk: Sibusiso Mdakane road - School
Sidewalks: Sukuma road
Umlaas River Gx 11 Ped Bridge
Ped Bridge - Burbreeze 2015/16
Ped Bridge - Ezimbokodweni 2015/16
Sidewalk - St Wendolins Road
Passage : J808 / 815
Passage : J854 / 855
Sidewalks: Ngwenya road
Sidewalk: Sibusiso Mdakane road - School
Sidewalks: Sukuma road
Umlaas River Gx 11 Ped Bridge
Ped Bridge - Burbreeze 2015/16
Ped Bridge - Ezimbokodweni 2015/16
Sidewalk - St Wendolins Road
Sidewalk - Griffiths Mxenge Hwy
Sidewalk - South Coast Road
Sidewalk - Griffiths Mxenge Hwy
Sidewalk - South Coast Road
Panekeni road - Ward4
Ebohodini road -Ward4
Minitown access Road - Phase 2
Gudlintaba road - Ward8
Molweni Side road - Phase 2
Ekwandeni road
Popo road
Road 108512
Route 5.4 - Phase 2
Road 108706
Egugwini road - Ward3
Panekeni road - Ward4
Ebohodini road -Ward4
Minitown access Road - Phase 2
Gudlintaba road - Ward8
Molweni Side road - Phase 2
Ekwandeni road
Popo road
Road 108512
Route 5.4 - Phase 2
Road 108706
P9489
P9488
P9487
P9226
P9486
P9228
P9232
P9485
P9484
P9483
P9482
P9227
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Imbozamo road - Phase 2
Egugwini road - Ward3
Imbozamo road - Phase 2
Yes
Ped Bridge - Emansomini, Ezimbokodweni Riv.2016/17
Ped Bridge - Emansomini, Ezimbokodweni Riv.2016/17P9211
Yes
Yes
Yes
Sidewalk - Sibusiso Mdakane Drive
Sidewalk - Sibusiso Mdakane Drive
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
6
Yes
P9481
P9480
P6156
P6998
P6997
P6996
P6994
P6993
P6992
P6991
P6990
P6985
P6984
P9479
P9478
P9477
P9476
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Sidewalk - J G Champion Drive (Northern Drive)
Sidewalk - J G Champion Drive (Northern Drive)
Sidewalk - D403
Passage : J874 / 852
Passage : J874 / 852
Sidewalk - D403
Sidewalk : Woodcrest avenue
Sidewalk : Woodcrest avenue
Sidewalk - North Coast Road
Sidewalks: Rose Heights road
Sidewalks: Rose Heights road
Sidewalk - North Coast Road
Sidewalks: Ras Dashan Street
Sidewalks: Ras Dashan Street
Sidewalk - Old Main Road
Sidewalks: Golden Poppy Crescent
Sidewalks: Golden Poppy Crescent
Sidewalk - Milky Way (Pinetown)
Sidewalks: Eagle road - Umkomaas
Sidewalks: Eagle road - Umkomaas
Sidewalk - Milky Way (Pinetown)
Sidewalks: Gracedale
Sidewalks: Gracedale
Sidewalk - Old Main Road
Sidewalks: Mayville Terrace
Sidewalks: Krantzdraai Crescent
Sidewalks: Mayville Terrace
Program/Project description
Sidewalks: Krantzdraai Crescent
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
3
Asset SubClass
5
GPS co-ordinates
178
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
439
1,316
439
877
439
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
877
877
877
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
219
439
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
877
877
877
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
1,755
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
1,228
8,000
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
118
118
118
79
118
118
158
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
118
316
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
316
355
118
237
276
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
883
3,090
883
2,207
883
1,324
2,207
2,648
441
177
883
3,973
3,973
1,412
2,472
1,412
1,854
3,090
353
1,721
1,104
971
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
57
56
54
103
91
9
8
6
4
4
3
2
94
75/32
78/84
79/80/81/82
51
57
35
13/14/15
13/17
16
94
62
79
83
80
79
77
77
77
73
73
71
71
99
97
97
97
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3
Asset Class
Yes
Dudu Mhkize circle
Adams clinic access road 84140Trk
Dudu Mhkize circle
Adams clinic access road 84140Trk
INYOKA WAY
IBUNDA AVE
INYOKA WAY
IBUNDA AVE
NEW RIVER SCHOOL ROAD
ISIQWAYI GR
ISIQWAYI GR
NEW RIVER SCHOOL ROAD
NOGWAJA RD
NOGWAJA RD
ANGOLA BUS ROUTE
Ilozane STR
Ilozane STR
CRECHE ROAD
106589 STR
106589 STR
CRECHE ROAD
106586 STR
106586 STR
ANGOLA BUS ROUTE
Yes
Uqalo St /Rd10073
Uqalo St /Rd10073
P9454
P9451
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
510049Str/Bheka Gumede/Alutha Mhize/Mdavu510049Str/Bheka
Sihkonde
Gumede/Alutha Mhize/Mdavu Sihkonde
P9516
P9517
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
P6953
P9515
P9514
P9513
Road 109101
P9510
Road 109101
Cross street - gravel to surface
P9509
510137Str
Cross street - gravel to surface
Phaphama way - gravel to surface
P9508
510137Str
Phaphama way - gravel to surface
Sebenza way - gravel to surface
P9507
P9512
Sebenza way - gravel to surface
Isithombothi road - Gravel to surface
P9506
82078 Street ,Ward 61 - gravel to surface
Isithombothi road - Gravel to surface
Nkonka road - Phase 3
P9505
82078 Street ,Ward 61 - gravel to surface
Nkonka road - Phase 3
Umthwalume road Sidewalk
P9503
P9504
P9511
Umthwalume road Sidewalk
Phongolo road Sidewalk,
Ntuzuma main road, Ward 38 - gravel to surface
Ntuzuma main road, Ward 38 - gravel to surface
Umzinto road Sidewalk,
Phongolo road Sidewalk,
Umzinto road Sidewalk,
P9502
P9501
P9500
Mpofana road Sidewalk,
Yes
P9497
P9498
Mpofana road Sidewalk,
Ben Nevis road Upgrade,
Yes
Ingcebo drive, Richmond main Sidewalk,
Pioneer road, Redcliffe Upgrade,
Ben Nevis road Upgrade,
Pioneer road, Redcliffe Upgrade,
P9496
Yes
Ingcebo drive, Richmond main Sidewalk,
Rochdale road Extension, Parlock,
Rochdale road Extension, Parlock,
P9495
Yes
Yes
Upgrade St 200382- Welbedacht
Upgrade St 200382- Welbedacht
P9494
Yes
Yes
Upgrade St 200709 Kwadabeka
Upgrade St 200709 Kwadabeka
P9493
Yes
Road 120802 (Shembe Church) Upgrade,
Upgrade Gravel roads -Umbhedula
Upgrade Gravel roads -Umbhedula
P9492
Yes
Yes
6
Mbondwe road, Richmond main, Ingcebo Dr Intersection,
Mbondwe road, Richmond main, Ingcebo Dr Intersection,
P9499
Upgrade Iwa road -Nazareth
Upgrade Iwa road -Nazareth
P9491
P9490
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Road 120802 (Shembe Church) Upgrade,
Upgrade St 211600 - Emansanseni
Upgrade Second St Thornwood
Upgrade St 211600 - Emansanseni
Program/Project description
Upgrade Second St Thornwood
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
3
Asset SubClass
5
GPS co-ordinates
439
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
179
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
–
–
–
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
–
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
439
1,316
219
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
1,316
1,316
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
1,316
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
433
877
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
439
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
877
877
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
439
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
88
88
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
88
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
88
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
877
351
877
88
439
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
88
877
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
1,316
439
439
877
877
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
441
2,737
441
1,766
530
2,207
1,766
5,738
1,324
883
1,766
1,766
441
177
265
177
265
1,324
706
1,324
353
441
300
1,766
3,090
883
883
1,766
1,324
6,000
4,000
8,720
1,062
960
1,100
1,878
2,800
3,700
500
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
3
1
53,56
45
45
45
47
38
38
38
67
96
96
94
87
67
61
38
60
43
43
45
45
41
41
41
41
45
41
45
34
60
34
72
19
17
16
15
14
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3
Asset Class
Booth Rd
Booth Rd
Umhlanga Tidal Pool
Point road Culvert Extension
Atenuation Structure Eia
Point road Culvert Extension
Atenuation Structure Eia
P3953
P4145
P6160
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
StormWater
Umhlanga Tidal Pool
1.73250.49300
StormWater
Yes
Yes
Yes
Pedestrian bridge off Epayipini: Clermont
Pedestrian bridge off Epayipini: Clermont
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
180
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
450
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Yes
–
–
–
–
–
–
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
–
–
–
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
–
–
–
574
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
500
1,000
20,000
–
3,000
2,000
400
1,500
1,900
2,800
200
1,000
600
4,150
850
450
600
850
1,000
700
1,600
1,400
–
4,100
1,500
4,170
1,630
2,250
3,850
1,250
4,000
9,000
1,250
5,000
7,000
6,000
55
26
35
Internal
51
22
44
45
37/11
52/54
51
84/85/86
90
93/97/67
75/32
19
21
23
23
71
29
13/14/15
72
17
15
14
13
12
67
95
94
67
59
9
5
new
renewal
new
new
renewal
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Yes
Yes
Umzinyathi Drive
Umzinyathi Drive
5
GPS co-ordinates
–
Plant and Equipment - roads provision
Ntuzuma Main Road
Ntuzuma Main Road
3
Asset SubClass
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3
Asset Class
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
6
Pedestrian bridge off Tottenham road over RietPedestrian
river to Furrow
bridge
Palm
off Tottenham road over Riet river to Furrow Palm
Newlands West Dr
Newlands West Dr
P9233
P9456
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Plant and Equipment - roads provision
J G Champion Drive (Northern Drive)
Fernham Drive
Fernham Drive
South Spinal Road
J G Champion Drive (Northern Drive)
Old Main Road
South Spinal Road
Old Main Road
Wanda Cele Road
Milky Way (Pinetown)
Milky Way (Pinetown)
Wanda Cele Road
Sidewalks
Sidewalks
South Coast Road
Road Upgrade- 47058TRK
Road Upgrade- 47058TRK
South Coast Road
Road Upgrade- Mfeme Rd
Road Upgrade- Mfeme Rd
Wyebank Road
Road Upgrade- 201199STR &200499STR
Road Upgrade- 201199STR &200499STR
Wyebank Road
Road Upgrade- TRK 75165
Road Upgrade- TRK 75165
Zazi Road (Clermont)
Ubhaqa Rd Upgrade
Ubhaqa Rd Upgrade
Clare Road
Road Upgrade- 211744STR
Road Upgrade- 211744STR
Zazi Road (Clermont)
Ndoda Mpungose upgrade
Ndoda Mpungose upgrade
Clare Road
Road A626 upgrade
Road A626 upgrade
Shallcross Road
Road A637 upgrade
Road A637 upgrade
Mountbatten Drive
Makiligi Circle
Makiligi Circle
Mountbatten Drive
TRK 86893
TRK 86893
Shallcross Road
MBOJANE ROAD
NTABANKULU
MBOJANE ROAD
Program/Project description
NTABANKULU
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
P3956
Yes
6
Yes
Lyttleton/ Woolston road,Reservoir Hills
Lot 306 Mkhize road , Nazareth
Lyttleton/ Woolston road,Reservoir Hills
Lot 306 Mkhize road , Nazareth
Yes
Yes
Yes
Inanda road Sw U/G
Inanda road Sw U/G
Yes
Yes
9-15 Archbridge
9-15 Archbridge
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
219 Clayfied Drive – Upgrading of Sw System 219 Clayfied Drive – Upgrading of Sw System
Galjoen/Unilever Upgrading of Culverts
IRPTN related Stormwater Requirements
86 Gillham road
IRPTN related Stormwater Requirements
21 Thamela Crl Umlazi U
86 Gillham road
21 Thamela Crl Umlazi U
U702 Umlazi road Kwamashu C
Galjoen/Unilever Upgrading of Culverts
33 Mphemba road Kwamashu F
U702 Umlazi road Kwamashu C
33 Mphemba road Kwamashu F
No 105/A2529 Mkhoma Rd Newtown A
No 105/A2529 Mkhoma Rd Newtown A
Yes
P325 Viviyo road Umlazi P
P325 Viviyo road Umlazi P
Yes
Yes
F370 Sdumo Mathe road Umlazi F
Yes
Yes
5 Umholoba road Kwamashu B
M786 Inkume road Kwamashu M
F370 Sdumo Mathe road Umlazi F
M786 Inkume road Kwamashu M
P3952
P4145
5 Umholoba road Kwamashu B
Revamp of Sand Pumping Scheme
Revamp of Sand Pumping Scheme
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Point road Culvert Extension
Point road Culvert Extension
P4663
P2483
P9424
P9423
P9422
H - Section No Valid road Name NpgwajaKwa Mashu
H - Section No Valid road Name NpgwajaKwa Mashu
Pinetown Cbd
EMERGENCY FUNDING - All Zones
EMERGENCY FUNDING - All Zones
Pinetown Cbd
P3494
Stormwater System Upgrades - Zone 09
Stormwater System Upgrades - Zone 09
Asset Management Phase 3
Stormwater System Upgrades - Zone 16
Stormwater System Upgrades - Zone 16
EMERGENCY FUNDING - All Zones
Stormwater System Upgrades - Zone 13
Stormwater System Upgrades - Zone 13
Asset Management Phase 3
Stormwater System Upgrades - Zone 12
Stormwater System Upgrades - Zone 12
EMERGENCY FUNDING - All Zones
P7382
Stormwater System Upgrades - Zone 11
Stormwater System Upgrades - Zone 11
Yes
Yes
Yes
Stormwater System Upgrades - Zone 10
P9421
SMS Analysis ( Umlazi/Hamarsdale/Queensburgh/Ntuzuma)
SMS Analysis ( Umlazi/Hamarsdale/Queensburgh/Ntuzuma)
P2542
Stormwater System Upgrades - Zone 10
Yes
Central Beachfront Piers
Program/Project description
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Master Drainage Plans for Ohlanga and Umhlangane
Master Catchments
Drainage Plans for Ohlanga and Umhlangane Catchments
P3495
Central Beachfront Piers
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
3
Asset SubClass
5
GPS co-ordinates
1,800
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
36
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
181
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
–
–
–
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
2,700
360
270
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
270
108
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
180
108
315
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
315
3,600
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
900
2,700
3,600
30,000
1,755
6,884
–
2,200
2,100
1,800
540
450
4,500
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
200
200
200
1,000
200
200
5,000
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
21,662
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
26
renewal
Zone 12,13,14 new
Zone 1-17
Zone 09
Zone 16
Zone 13
Zone 12
Zone 11
Zone 10
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
1,500
–
–
–
renewal
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
renewal
renewal
new
new
8
92
8
49
46
41
11
new
new
new
new
new
renewal
new
Zone 12,13,14 new
86
40
46
44
83
40
47
79
47
26
26
18
Zone 1-17
35,36,38,39,40,
41,43,45,46,47,
54,55,56,57,58,
61,64
5,000
new
30,000
1,500
5,000
1,000
2,000
2,000
1,500
4,38,39,40,41,4
3,44,45,46,47,5
8,63,76,77,79,8
0,81,82,83,84,8
5,86,87,89 renewal
500
500
5,000
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3
Asset Class
58 William Campbell Drive, Old Bush road
Qhumaza walk, Kwamashu-M
Toyitoyi road, Lindelani D
Inanda Glebe - Cemetry Eroding Away
York Street, Amanzimtoti-Collapsed pipe
S/W Upgrade to Council Flats - Chatsworth
Noel road, Bluff - Beach Outfall
58 William Campbell Drive, Old Bush road
Qhumaza walk, Kwamashu-M
Toyitoyi road, Lindelani D
Inanda Glebe - Cemetry Eroding Away
York Street, Amanzimtoti-Collapsed pipe
S/W Upgrade to Council Flats - Chatsworth
Noel road, Bluff - Beach Outfall
Yes
Worthing Ave, Bluff - Slips to Railway
Alpine road/Jaidu Place
Worthing Ave, Bluff - Slips to Railway
Alpine road/Jaidu Place
Yes
Yes
Essenwood road (Behind Daisy) - S/W UpgradeEssenwood road (Behind Daisy) - S/W Upgrade
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
208 Desai Cres.,Effingham Heights, - Stormwater
208Upgrade
Desai Cres.,Effingham Heights, - Stormwater Upgrade
Yes
Waterloo – Stormwater Upgrade
Waterloo – Stormwater Upgrade
Yes
Yes
Tongaat, Maidstone – Stormwater Upgrade
Tongaat, Maidstone – Stormwater Upgrade
Yes
Yes
Yes
Moodley Lane, Verulam – Culvert Upgrade
Moodley Lane, Verulam – Culvert Upgrade
Verulam, Suraya Heights
882 Nxele road, Savannah Park
882 Nxele road, Savannah Park
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
6
Tongaat, Hambanathi - Stormwater Upgrade Tongaat, Hambanathi - Stormwater Upgrade
12 Mkongweni road, Watefall
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Verulam, Suraya Heights
Carnation Place, Stockville
Cadmore road, Assagay
Cadmore road, Assagay
12 Mkongweni road, Watefall
Cassia road/ Shannon Drive Reservoir Hills
Cassia road/ Shannon Drive Reservoir Hills
Carnation Place, Stockville
Kwadabeka J - Sw Extensions
Kwadabeka J - Sw Extensions
Laybye road, Fredville
3/4 Judges Walk, Kloof
3/4 Judges Walk, Kloof
Laybye road, Fredville
55 Rowles avenue, Waterfall
55 Rowles avenue, Waterfall
94 Jan Smuts Avenue, Winston Park
34/36 Debengeni road, Waterfall
34/36 Debengeni road, Waterfall
94 Jan Smuts Avenue, Winston Park
Ntokomala road, Kwadabeka
Ntokomala road, Kwadabeka
Lot 769 Kwadabeka A
Homestead road, Forest Hills
Homestead road, Forest Hills
Lot 769 Kwadabeka A
3/10 Springside road, Hillcrest
3/10 Springside road, Hillcrest
Congo road, Molweni
Clifton/ York , Winston Park
Clifton/ York , Winston Park
Pine Tree Place, Waterfall
12 Madeleine road, Gillitts
12 Madeleine road, Gillitts
Pine Tree Place, Waterfall
5 Kelly road, Hammersdale
5 Kelly road, Hammersdale
Congo road, Molweni
312 Mclarty road, Reservoir Hills
Brokensha road, Queensburgh
312 Mclarty road, Reservoir Hills
Program/Project description
Brokensha road, Queensburgh
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
3
Asset SubClass
5
GPS co-ordinates
–
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
182
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
–
–
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
–
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
–
–
–
–
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
–
–
–
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
500
10,000
1,000
5,000
2,000
1,500
1,500
192
2,000
6,000
2,500
5,000
5,000
3,000
3,000
2,000
200
300
1,000
200
300
200
200
300
200
700
700
200
200
200
200
300
200
300
300
500
1,000
200
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
2,500
900
3,000
2,500
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
25
66
31
66
70
93
44
38
47
35
61
58
60
62
62
60
17
9
10
4
10
19
9
8
8
23
19
10
9
9
19
9
8
10
10
4
63
23
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3
Asset Class
3.6 Sustainable Public Spaces
PROJECT MANAGEMENT UNIT
3.6 Sustainable Public Spaces
PROJECT MANAGEMENT UNIT
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Yes
Consrtuction of New regional Office(North)
Consrtuction of New regional Office(North)
Yes
Yes
Yes
OFFICE OF THE DCM
183
Infrastructure - Other
Yes
Corridor C3 - PTIS funded
P8528
Infrastructure - Other
Corridor C3 - PTIS funded
Infrastructure - Other
P3578
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Yes
PT shelters
PT shelters
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
437,455
400
1,200
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
841
4,500
2,000
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Buildings
Buildings
Buildings
Buildings
Buildings
Buildings
Buildings
Buildings
Buildings
Buildings
Buildings
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
10,550
2,000
Other Assets
Computers - software & programming
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
2,000
IntangiblesComputers - software & programming
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
391,272
–
2,000
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
2,305
12,000
3,000
3,000
–
–
1,000
150
500
700
700
2,000
8,000
3,000
6
City wide
Internal
Internal
internal
internal
internal
internal
internal
internal
internal
26
26
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
30
64
64
64
64
33
33
New
New
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
11,18,19,20,21,22,46,47,48,54,92,102
421,878
Renewal
–
2,000
300
300
200
300
500
300
15,000
17,532
25,000
–
–
100
7,347
500
8,000
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
26,27,35,36,66,
67,90,93,97,98,
99
new
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Other AssetsComputers - hardware/equipment
PT layby : Meyiwa Main Road Between Ndabezitha
PT layby
and :Shangase
Meyiwa Main
RoadRoad Between Ndabezitha and Shangase Road Yes
Ethekwini Transport Authority
Ethekwini Transport Authority
DCM: Trading Services Office Refurbishment DCM: Trading Services Office Refurbishment
ENGINEERING DCM
OFFICE OF THE DCM
ENGINEERING DCM
- Replacement of air conditioning at city engineers
- Replacement
building of air conditioning at city engineers building
- Replace roof (Asbestos) to main building
Yes
Construction of New Waterfall Depot
Construction of New Waterfall Depot
C1347
Yes
Yes
- Replace roof (Asbestos) to main building
office Rationalisation
office Rationalisation
C2219
Yes
Old fort complex
Old fort complex
Yes
- Upgrade (brick) covered parking including replacing
- Upgrade
Asbestos
(brick)roof
covered parking including replacing Asbestos roof
Development of Old Fort campus
Development of Old Fort campus
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Yes
Yes
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Yes
Yes
ARCHITECTURAL
ARCHITECTURAL
P9603
5
GPS co-ordinates
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
- Redecoration of SCM and RSWM Buildings - Redecoration of SCM and RSWM Buildings
Plant and Equipment
Plant and Equipment
Commissiioning, Installation & Data VerificationCommissiioning, Installation & Data Verification
P9602
P9601
3
Asset SubClass
Infrastructure - Road transport Storm water Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3
Asset Class
Yes
Yes
Old Dunbar/Haviland Road,S/W Inlet/Outlet
Old Dunbar/Haviland Road,S/W Inlet/Outlet
Yes
Computer hardware
Yellowood Park Lane
Yellowood Park Lane
Yes
Elipse 8 Licences
Kestrel, Yellowood Park
Kestrel, Yellowood Park
Yes
Computer hardware
Crow S/W Upgrade - Yellowood Park
Crow S/W Upgrade - Yellowood Park
Yes
Elipse 8 Licences
Spar-Swallow, Yellowood Park
Spar-Swallow, Yellowood Park
Yes
Yes
Yes
6
Yes
Pigeon Valley - Attenuation
Pigeon Valley - Attenuation
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Integrated Infrastructure Asset - Asset Management
Integrated
software
Infrastructure Asset - Asset Management software
Upgrade to Coastal Outfalls
Heritage Park - Attenuation
Upgrade to Coastal Outfalls
Program/Project description
Heritage Park - Attenuation
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
Intelligent T/port sys. (ITS) Traffic Mgm.
Traffic calming - High order roads - Various
Traffic calming - Quarry heights drive
Traffic calming - Brad Street
Traffic calming - Mansel Road
Traffic calming - Eden Road (Sarnia)
Traffic calming - Keal road
Intelligent T/port sys. (ITS) Traffic Mgm.
Traffic calming - High order roads - Various
Traffic calming - Quarry heights drive
Traffic calming - Brad Street
Traffic calming - Mansel Road
Traffic calming - Eden Road (Sarnia)
Traffic calming - Keal road
Traffic calming - Mpevu Road
Traffic calming - Mpevu Road
P3508
P3508
Yes
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
184
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Pedestrian Safety - Ntombela Road BTW 109236
Pedestrian
ST (NEAR
Safety
HAWU
- Ntombela
RD) TO Road
Mlangeni/Sibiya
BTW 109236
RDST (NEAR
P9391HAWU RD) Yes
TO Mlangeni/Sibiya
Infrastructure
RD
- Other
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
250
–
180
100
300
140
180
260
160
220
80
200
120
80
120
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
140
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
60
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
220
60
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
100
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
140
220
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
80
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
100
220
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
320
100
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
260
60
80
260
–
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
2,000
1,000
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
25,000
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
100,000
100,000
–
57,000
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
–
5,000
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
5,000
4,000
1,000
25,000
200,000
90,000
–
53,000
–
6,000
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
5,000
4,000
4,000
25,000
250,000
–
100,000
40,000
46
City wide
43
19
37
64
37
8
11
14
95
95
78
78
78
33
6
30
19
101
101
82
51
84
84
84
31
16
26
99
11
City wide
City wide
City wide
City wide
City wide
47102
35102
102
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Yes
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
5
GPS co-ordinates
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3
Asset SubClass
Infrastructure - Other
P3509
Pedestrian Safety
Pedestrian Safety
P3508
Traffic calming - Street 120630 (Ntuzuma -D) Traffic calming - Street 120630 (Ntuzuma -D)
Yes
Yes
P3508
Traffic calming - Cherry Road (Wyebank)
Traffic calming - Cherry Road (Wyebank)
Yes
Traffic calming - Newlands West Dr (After Castle
Traffic
hill) calming - Newlands West Dr (After Castle hill) P3508
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Yes
P3508
Yes
Traffic calming - Wingate Road
Traffic calming - Wingate Road
P3508
Traffic calming - Riverdene drive
Traffic calming - Riverdene drive
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Yes
Yes
Yes
Traffic calming - Springside road (between ridgeTraffic
road calming
and homestead
- Springside
avenue)
road (between ridge road and
P3508
homestead avenue)
Yes
Traffic calming - John Dory Drive
Traffic calming - Bhekisizwe Road (Thornwood)Traffic calming - Bhekisizwe Road (Thornwood)
P3508
Traffic calming - John Dory Drive
Traffic calming - Thasoso Road
P3508
P3508
Yes
Yes
Infrastructure - Other
Traffic calming - Umzimvubu Road
Traffic calming - Umzimvubu Road
P3508
P3508
Infrastructure - Other
Traffic calming - Thasoso Road
Traffic calming - Sigonyela Road
Traffic calming - Sigonyela Road
Yes
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Traffic calming - Selbourne Road
Traffic calming - Selbourne Road
P3508
Yes
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Traffic calming - Kunene Road
Traffic calming - Kunene Road
P3508
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Infrastructure - Other
Yes
Traffic calming - Garbutt Road
Traffic calming - Garbutt Road
P3508
P3508
P3508
P3508
P3508
P3508
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
3
Asset Class
Traffic calming - Phumowakhe Road (Dirk Uys Traffic
street to
calming
Stellawood
- Phumowakhe
road)
Road (Dirk Uys street toP3508
Stellawood road) Yes
Traffic calming - Caronia Road
Traffic calming - Ashwell Road
Traffic calming - Ashwell Road
Traffic calming - Fourth street
Traffic calming - Zwe Madlala Drive
Traffic calming - Zwe Madlala Drive
Traffic calming - Fourth street
Traffic calming - Brookdale Dr (Phoenix)
Traffic calming - Brookdale Dr (Phoenix)
Traffic calming - Caronia Road
Traffic calming - Mugabe road
Traffic calming - Mugabe road
Yes
Yes
Traffic calming - Bhambatha road
Traffic calming - Bhambatha road
P3508
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
6
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Traffic calming - South Spinal road (Masimbonge
Traffic
drivecalming
to 2548- street)
South Spinal road (Masimbonge drive to
P3508
2548 street)
P3508
P3508
P3508
P3508
P3508
P3508
P4038
P9427
P3966
P9426
Special needs transport
ITS & IFMS - PTIS funded
ITS & IFMS - PTIS funded
P9031
Planning & Programme Support - PTIS funded Planning & Programme Support - PTIS funded
Bridge City Depot - PTIS funded
Bridge City Depot - PTIS funded
P9418
Project
number
Special needs transport
Bridge city terninal -PTIS funded
Corridor C9 - PTIS funded
Bridge city terninal -PTIS funded
Program/Project description
Corridor C9 - PTIS funded
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
350
1,150
1,300
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Pedestrian Safety - Steeple Road between Smithfield
Pedestrian
RoadSafety
and Temple
- Steeple
Road
Road between Smithfield Road
P9397
and Temple Road
Yes
Pedestrian Safety - Maurice Gumede DRIVE(UMLAZI
Pedestrian
U)-Btw
Safety
Mkhathali
- Maurice
dr &Gumede
philani walk,
DRIVE(UMLAZI
and amakhosi
U)-Btw
P9398
walkMkhathali
to sbu magwanyana
drYes
& philani dr
walk,
Infrastructure
and amakhosi
- Other
walk to sbu
Transportation
magwanyanaLong
dr = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Pedestrian Safety - DEMAT ROAD-Btw MBEMBESI
Pedestrian
ROADSafety
AND 200382
- DEMAT
RDROAD-Btw
(AFTER SHALLCROSS
MBEMBESI ROAD
PRIMARY
P9399
AND 200382 Yes
RD (AFTER SHALLCROSS
Infrastructure -PRIMARY
Other
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Yes
Pedestrian Safety - Klaarwater Road (Hse no. 57
Pedestrian
- 199 Klaarwater
Safety - Klaarwater
road)
Road (Hse no. 57 - 199 Klaarwater road) Yes
Yes
Pedestrian Safety - Tom Tom Road (Hse no. 452
Pedestrian
- 9 Tom Tom
Safety
road)
- Tom Tom Road (Hse no. 452 - 9 Tom Tom road)
Pedestrian Safety - Glenugie Road (Hse no. 19Pedestrian
- 86 Glenugie
Safety
Road)
- Glenugie Road (Hse no. 19 - 86 Glenugie Road)
Pedestrian Safety - Anderson Road (Hse no. 18Pedestrian
Kings Rd -Safety
17 Anderson
- Anderson
Rd) Road (Hse no. 18 Kings Rd - 17 Anderson Yes
Rd)
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Local Safety improvements
Traffic Signals
P4041
Yes
Mophela Taxi rank - New Rank
Cartwrights Flats North - New Roof
Mophela Taxi rank - New Rank
Cartwrights Flats North - New Roof
P3511
PT Ranks Holding areas
P3511
Traffic Signal - Accessible pedestrian signals Traffic Signal - Accessible pedestrian signals
PT Ranks Holding areas
Yes
P3511
Traffic Signal - Intersection : MR2 / Mt Moriah Traffic Signal - Intersection : MR2 / Mt Moriah
Area traffic control
Yes
Traffic Signal - Intersection : Phoenix HW / Clayfield
TrafficDrive
Signal - Intersection : Phoenix HW / Clayfield Drive
P3511
Area traffic control
Yes
Traffic Signal - Intersection : Phoenix HW / MG Traffic
Hospital
Signal - Intersection : Phoenix HW / MG HospitalP3511
P3967
P0825
P3511
Yes
Traffic Signal - Intersection : Phoenix HW / Rydalvale
Traffic Drive
Signal - Intersection : Phoenix HW / Rydalvale Drive
P3511
Traffic Signal - LED upgrade
Yes
Traffic Signal - Intersection : MR577 / CemeteryTraffic
RoadSignal - Intersection : MR577 / Cemetery Road P3511
Traffic Signal - Vandal proof cover
Yes
Traffic Signal - Intersection : Old South Coast Rd
Traffic
/ Sabjee
Signal
Rd- Intersection : Old South Coast Rd / Sabjee
P3511
Rd
Traffic Signal - Vandal proof cover
Yes
P3511
Traffic Signal - Intersection : Autumn / Herrwood
Traffic Signal - Intersection : Autumn / Herrwood
Traffic Signal - LED upgrade
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
P3511
P3511
Traffic Signal - Intersection : Attercliffe / Jan Hofmeyer
Traffic Signal - Intersection : Attercliffe / Jan Hofmeyer P3511
Traffic Signal - Intersection : RD Naidu/Crocus Traffic Signal - Intersection : RD Naidu/Crocus
Non motorised transport
Traffic Signals
Non motorised transport
185
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Yes
Arterial Capacity Improvements
P3014
Local Safety improvements - Intersection : Shallcross
Local Safety
Road improvements
/Burlington Road
- Intersection : Shallcross Road
P9447
/Burlington Road
Yes
Arterial Capacity Improvements
Infrastructure - Other
Local Safety improvements - Intersection : Ingcebo/Mbondwe
Local Safety improvements
Road/ Richmond
- Intersection
Road : Ingcebo/Mbondwe
P9443 Road/ Richmond
Yes Road Infrastructure - Other
Yes
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Pedestrian Safety - Higginson Hwy [East Bound]
Pedestrian
( Shallcross
Safety
Rd-- Chatsglen
Higginson Station
Hwy [East
PedBound]
bridge)( Shallcross Rd- Chatsglen
Yes Station Ped
Infrastructure
bridge)
- Other
P3015
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Other
Pedestrian Safety - Bhejane Road (Hse no. 33 Pedestrian
Bhejane Rd-Safety
108280
- Bhejane
Street) Road (Hse no. 33 Bhejane Rd- 108280 Street)
Yes
Local Safety improvements
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Other
Yes
Pedestrian Safety - Mayibuye Drive (Hse no. 336
Pedestrian
- 21 Mayibuye
SafetyDr)
- Mayibuye Drive (Hse no. 336 - 21 Mayibuye Dr)
3,000
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
8,000
3,000
–
4,000
2,200
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
2,200
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
2,500
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
200
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
2,000
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
4,000
263
15
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
1,470
770
Infrastructure - Other
Pedestrian Safety - Veni Yeni Road (Hse no. 52Pedestrian
- 287 VeniSafety
Yeni Road)
- Veni Yeni Road (Hse no. 52 - 287 Veni Yeni Road) Yes
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
22
210
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
450
400
1,290
2,550
200
650
Pedestrian Safety - Prince Mcwayizeni (Prince Pedestrian
McwayizeniSafety
Dr/P67- Prince
PrinceMcwayizeni
Mcwayizeni(Prince
Dr/Sibusiso
Mcwayizeni
Mdakane
Dr/P67Dr) PrinceYes
Mcwayizeni Dr/Sibusiso
InfrastructureMdakane
- Other Dr) Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Yes
Pedestrian Safety - Lenham Drive (Hse no. 5 - Pedestrian
462 LenhamSafety
Dr) - Lenham Drive (Hse no. 5 - 462 Lenham Dr)
Infrastructure - Other
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Pedestrian Safety - Mahlathi Road (Ngwenya Rd
Pedestrian
to Mwelase
Safety
Rd and
- Mahlathi
Nala Rd
Road
to Mbusweni
(NgwenyaRd)
Rd to Mwelase
P9120Rd and NalaYes
Rd to Mbusweni
Infrastructure
Rd)
- Other
Infrastructure - Other
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
350
450
Budget Year
2015/16
Pedestrian Safety - ST WENDOLINS ROAD(STPedestrian
WENDOLINS)-Btw
Safety - ST
WILTSHIRE
WENDOLINS
ROAD
ROAD(ST
& IZIBONGO
WENDOLINS)-Btw
PLACE
P9396
WILTSHIRE
Yes ROADInfrastructure
& IZIBONGO -PLACE
Other
5
Project information
–
–
10,000
4,000
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
3,000
1,000
2,000
2,000
2,000
4,000
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
71
City wide
45
70
47
82, 86, 87
80, 88
76
18
18
17, 71
12
52
24
72
86
34
16
87
58
renewal
New
renewal
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
–
–
10,000
4,000
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
4,000
2,000
28
5
City wide
Internal
City wide
City wide
City wide
35
48
48
48
49
85
35
24
25
City wide
City wide
New
New
renewal
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
2,000 Demand driven New
–
2,000
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3
GPS co-ordinates
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3
Asset SubClass
Infrastructure - Other
6
Asset Class
Pedestrian Safety - Mayibuye Drive(UMLAZI)-Btw
Pedestrian
Mkhiwane
Safety
Road
- Mayibuye
& GUMTREE
Drive(UMLAZI)-Btw
CRES
Mkhiwane
P9395 Road & GUMTREE
Yes
CRESInfrastructure - Other
Program/Project description
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Pedestrian Safety - Crocodile Road Wwaterloo Pedestrian
BTW MR96Safety
& PRICKLEPEAR
- Crocodile Road
RD Wwaterloo BTW MR96
P9394
& PRICKLEPEAR
Yes RD
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
Dassenhoek (Mpola) Taxi rank - New Rank
Itshelimnyama Taxi rank - New Rank
University Avenue Taxi rank - Office Block
Verulam Bus rank - Roof Upgrade
Ezimbuzini Taxi rank - Roof Upgrade
Emtshebheni Taxi rank - Roof Upgrade
Tomato Hall Taxi rank - Roof Upgrade
KwaMnyandu Taxi rank - Roof Upgrade
KwaNgcolosi Taxi rank - Roof Upgrade
Intshanga Taxi rank - Roof Upgrade
Winkelspruit Taxi rank - Roof Upgrade
Swinton Road Taxi rank - Roof Upgrade
Dassenhoek (Mpola) Taxi rank - New Rank
Itshelimnyama Taxi rank - New Rank
University Avenue Taxi rank - Office Block
Verulam Bus rank - Roof Upgrade
Ezimbuzini Taxi rank - Roof Upgrade
Emtshebheni Taxi rank - Roof Upgrade
Tomato Hall Taxi rank - Roof Upgrade
KwaMnyandu Taxi rank - Roof Upgrade
KwaNgcolosi Taxi rank - Roof Upgrade
Intshanga Taxi rank - Roof Upgrade
Winkelspruit Taxi rank - Roof Upgrade
Swinton Road Taxi rank - Roof Upgrade
Soldiersway Taxi Rank - Rank Resurfacing
Mansfield Taxi Rank - Rank Resurfacing
Soldiersway Taxi Rank - Rank Resurfacing
Mansfield Taxi Rank - Rank Resurfacing
Besters Taxi rank - Rank Resurfacing
Centenary Taxi rank - Rank Resurfacing
Bayhead - Edwin Swales Link
PT Fundamental Restructing (Existing)
Bus Depot Upgrades
M10 (Wakesleigh Road) - M7 to Sarnia
M5 (Sarnia Road) upgrade
Besters Taxi rank - Rank Resurfacing
Centenary Taxi rank - Rank Resurfacing
Bayhead - Edwin Swales Link
PT Fundamental Restructing (Existing)
Bus Depot Upgrades
M10 (Wakesleigh Road) - M7 to Sarnia
M5 (Sarnia Road) upgrade
P9234
Inanda arterial extension
Newlands expressway extension
Inanda arterial extension
Newlands expressway extension
M13/Essex Terrace interchange
Berea Station : Taxi Rank
N2/M41 Interchange
Plant and Equipment
Harry Gwala road upgrade
M13/Essex Terrace interchange
Berea Station : Taxi Rank
N2/M41 Interchange
Plant and Equipment
P8302
P9706
Cornubia Blvd (Cornubia)
Harry Gwala road upgrade
Cornubia Blvd (Cornubia)
P9705
Inanda road realignment to CHRis Hani road Inanda road realignment to CHRis Hani road
P9235
P9092
Randles road - RD naidoo to western freeway Randles road - RD naidoo to western freeway
P9091
P9090
P9088
P9087
Yes
Old Dutch taxi rank - Rank Resurfacing
Old Dutch taxi rank - Rank Resurfacing
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
University Avenue Taxi Rank - Rank Resurfacing
University Avenue Taxi Rank - Rank Resurfacing
P3571
Yes
Lorne Street Bus Rank - Rank Resurfacing
Lorne Street Bus Rank - Rank Resurfacing
Yes
Yes
Brook / Prince Edward Street Taxi Rank - RankBrook
Resurfacing
/ Prince Edward Street Taxi Rank - Rank Resurfacing
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Inkosi Albert Luthuli Taxi rank - New Rank
6
Isipingo CBD Taxi Ranks (North and AlexandraIsipingo
Rd) - New
CBDRank
Taxi Ranks (North and Alexandra Rd) - New Rank
Program/Project description
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Inkosi Albert Luthuli Taxi rank - New Rank
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
186
Other Assets
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
3
Asset Class
5
GPS co-ordinates
–
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
500
20,000
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
1,000
20,000
125,000
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
2,000
30,000
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3,000
500
500
500
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
11,701
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
768
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
1,000
160
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
80
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
1,000
400
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
1,320
502
414
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
25
71
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
73
72
63
2,500
220
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
310
240
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
1,500
2,500
3,500
6,000
4,000
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
500
20,000
20,000
10,000
30,000
70,000
2,000
17,500
40,500
500
500
500
3,578
9,690
1,000
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
600
45,000
30,000
57,500
–
50,000
20,000
12,500
40,000
500
500
500
5,000
9,538
5,000
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Internal
102
28
24
29
102
34,36
11,37,38,43
11,37
31
63
65
27,33,45
City wide
32
28
48
28
28
28
28
28
28
75
97
4
2
83
28
44
88
3
28
15
13
29
90
renewal
New
renewal
New
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
New
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
New
New
New
New
New
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Transportation Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3
Asset SubClass
Frasers reservoir
Rural Water ( Blocksum )
Fleet - Water
La Mercy Airport Reservoir (Sm)
Amatona reservoir
Umnini reservoir
Ensimbini reservoir
Shongweni reservoir
Rural Water ( Blocksum )
Fleet - Water
La Mercy Airport Reservoir (Sm)
Amatona reservoir
Umnini reservoir
Ensimbini reservoir
Shongweni reservoir
Unicity water dispensers installation
Unicity water dispensers installation
Clansthal res
Emoyeni Res (30 Meg)
Emoyeni Res (30 Meg)
Clansthal res
Folweni 2 Res (6 Meg)
Folweni 2 Res (6 Meg)
Frasers reservoir
Folweni 1 Res (6 Meg)
Upgrade to Mkizwana works
Upgrade to Mkizwana works
Magabheni Res
Upgrade to Ogunjini works
Upgrade to Ogunjini works
Folweni 1 Res (6 Meg)
Advanced Control On Prvs
Advanced Control On Prvs
Magabheni Res
Custody transfer meter upgrade
Custody transfer meter upgrade
Replacement of water pipes
Prv Installation
Prv Installation
Replacement of water pipes
Relays & Extension
Relays & Extension
Flow limiter upgrades
Waterloss
Waterloss
Route Markers
Northern Aquaduct
Northern Aquaduct
Flow limiter upgrades
Burbreeze res
Burbreeze res
Route Markers
Blackburn res (15 Megs)
Blackburn res (15 Megs)
X5188
Install/Upgrade reservoir and district meters
Install/Upgrade reservoir and district meters
Reservoir refurbishment
Cathodic protection - New Works
Cathodic protection - New Works
Mini Hydro Power Stations
Domestic meters - Installation
Domestic meters - Installation
Reservoir refurbishment
Pump Station Upgrading
Pump Station Upgrading
Mini Hydro Power Stations
X5189
Bulk sales meters
Bulk sales meters
X6852
X7223
X6920
X1617
X7761
X5259
X4876
X2263
X4247
X5254
X5335
X5334
X4877
X4889
X6304
X6302
X6306
X6307
X6216
X6217
X5906
X4217
X3289
X4764
X4969
X2679
X5506
X4632
X4628
X4215
X4254
Water Flagship Project - Western Aqueduct
Water Flagship Project - Western Aqueduct
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Water
Water
X4625
6
Program/Project description
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
3
Asset SubClass
8,774
200
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
187
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
–
–
–
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
21,935
Infrastructure - Water
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
21,645
–
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
395
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
3,071
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
4,100
20,000
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
790
8,774
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3,948
877
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
35,096
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
28,077
55,000
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
90,000
–
2,369
4,387
10,529
4,387
4,387
7,897
2,632
4,387
355,396
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
10,152
4,017
3,394
–
88
26,484
44,140
88
–
441
32,222
–
–
–
20,000
883
13,242
5,297
6,000
3,531
883
35,312
29,132
60,000
90,000
441
1,589
3,000
8,828
4,414
4,414
13,242
2,648
25,248
300,000
New
New
New
renewal
New
New
renewal
New
renewal
8
59
City wide
51, 60, 102
City wide
City Wide
City wide
New
New
renewal
renewal
New
New
New
35,48, 49, 50,
58, 102, 103 New
62
102
34,48,35
City wide
City wide
City wide
City wide
City wide
City wide
4, 8, 9, 140, 19,
44, 103
New
1,828
914
914
1,828
1,828
22,851
41,132
914
914
457
14,168
1,828
1,828
1,828
27,422
914
7
95
98
56
58
Internal
City wide
99
62
City wide
8
95
96
99
City wide
City wide
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
renewal
renewal
13,711 All Southern Wardsrenewal
1,828
1,828
4,570
914
36,562
31,992
59,413
91,405
27,422
5,302
–
10,969
3,656
–
13,711
2,742
27,422
228,513
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
5
GPS co-ordinates
Infrastructure - Water
Specialised vehicles - Conservancy
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water Water purification
3
Asset Class
Knelsby Ave reservoir
Methven reservoir
Othweba elevated tower
Mophela elevated tower
Park Ridge reservoir
Park Ridge Inlet
North of Etafuleni elevated tower
Othweba elevated tower
Mophela elevated tower
Park Ridge reservoir
Park Ridge Inlet
North of Etafuleni elevated tower
Mpumalanga 4 reservoir
Mpumalanga 4 reservoir
Methven reservoir
Everest Heights reservoir
Everest Heights reservoir
Knelsby Ave reservoir
Umbogintwini reservoir
Umbogintwini reservoir
Kwasilana Elevated Tower
Kwasilana Elevated Tower
Mpumalanga 3 reservoir
Doonside reservoir
Doonside reservoir
Mpumalanga 3 reservoir
Kwadebeka 1 reservoir
Kwadebeka 1 reservoir
Lotus Park reservoir
Tongaat South reservoir
Tongaat South reservoir
Lotus Park reservoir
Emona reservoir
Emona reservoir
Isipingo Rail reservoir
Clermont 4 reservoir
Clermont 4 reservoir
Isipingo Rail reservoir
Clermont 1 & 2 reservoir
Clermont 1 & 2 reservoir
Garden Lots reservoir
Clermont 5 reservoir
Clermont 5 reservoir
Ogunjini 1 reservoir
Phoenix 1 reservoir
Phoenix 1 reservoir
Ogunjini 1 reservoir
Durban North Hl reservoir
Durban North Hl reservoir
Garden Lots reservoir
Sunningdale reservoir
Illovo Beach reservoir
Illovo Beach reservoir
Sunningdale reservoir
Thandokhle reservoir
Thandokhle reservoir
Smithsfield reservoir
Molweni 2 reservoir
Molweni 2 reservoir
Ogunjini 2 reservoir
Molweni 1 reservoir
Molweni 1 reservoir
Ogunjini 2 reservoir
Midnite Café reservoir
Midnite Café reservoir
Smithsfield reservoir
Kwanqetho reservoir
Amagcingo reservoir
Kwanqetho reservoir
Program/Project description
Amagcingo reservoir
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
X7227
X7226
X7225
X7224
X6919
Project
number
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
6
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
188
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
3
Asset Class
5
GPS co-ordinates
–
–
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
–
–
–
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
–
–
–
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
88
88
88
88
88
88
88
88
88
88
88
88
88
88
88
88
88
88
88
88
88
88
88
88
88
88
88
88
88
–
–
–
13,904
3,266
88
914
1,828
1,828
914
1,828
2,742
1,828
1,828
1,828
2,742
1,828
1,828
1,828
1,828
1,828
914
914
1,828
914
914
1,828
914
914
914
914
914
1,828
1,828
1,828
914
914
914
1,828
1,828
1,828
56
60
60
5
1
18
8
6
60
93
6
90
90
59
93
3
97
19
61
61
21
92
22
102
36
35
59
67
97
2
9
9
99
98
8
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Dams & Reservoirs
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3
Asset SubClass
X6457
Ottawa Depot road works
Cctv
Air-Conditioning
Cctv
Air-Conditioning
Landsdowne Rs P/S New Pumps
Landsdowne Rs P/S New Pumps
Canelands 3 rising main river crossing rehabilitation
Canelands 3 rising main river crossing rehabilitation
Maydon Rd P/S New Pumps
Maydon Rd P/S New Pumps
Y6524
Y6652
Y6653
Y6111
Y6520
Y6651
Merrivale road area Sewer Reticulation
Hammarsdale Wtw Expansion
Hammarsdale Wtw Expansion
Y6715
Amanzimtoti Old main Rd Sewer Reticulation Amanzimtoti Old main Rd Sewer Reticulation
Lindokuhle Outfalls
Lindokuhle Outfalls
Y6712
Y6225
X5185
X4368
X4257
Merrivale road area Sewer Reticulation
New Airport - Infrastructure
Sanitation
Sanitation
Emona Sunhills outfalls and pump station
Hammersdale H/L Et
Hammersdale H/L Et
Emona Sunhills outfalls and pump station
Alverstone to Frasers Trunk
Alverstone to Frasers Trunk
New Airport - Infrastructure
Water meters
Water meters
Labour Based Construction - Housing ( Water)Labour Based Construction - Housing ( Water)
Systems Software & Network
Sundry Equipment
Sundry Equipment
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Standpipes and Water Dispensers - Drainage Standpipes and Water Dispensers - Drainage
Systems Software & Network
Yes
Pinetown - Halifax road Land Acquisition + Develeopment
Pinetown - Halifax road Land Acquisition + Develeopment
X7755
X7763
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
6
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
X7754
X7756
Ottawa Depot road works
X6462
Supply road Depot
Laboratory Extension
Supply road Depot
Hammarsdale Depot
Laboratory Extension
Hammarsdale Depot
X6464
Springfield Lot 609 Stores - DSW relocation
Springfield Lot 609 Stores - DSW relocation
X7368
X4558
X6465
Springfield Lot 609 Stores - Precast Yard
Springfield Lot 609 Stores - Precast Yard
Prior road Alterations - offices
New depot - Toti
New depot - Toti
X7762
Pinetown office Alterations GIS + New BuildingPinetown office Alterations GIS + New Building
Reservoir Inlet upgrades
Reservoir Inlet upgrades
X7752
Y7085
Project
number
Prior road Alterations - offices
Desalination - central WWTW
Operation control centre
Desalination - central WWTW
Program/Project description
Operation control centre
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
5
GPS co-ordinates
Buildings
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
189
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
1,316
–
–
7,019
7,019
3,510
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
1,755
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
8,774
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
6,098
307
88
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
1,316
Other
1,755
- software & programming
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Computers
Water
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
877
439
44
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Other Land Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
175
88
88
175
44
6,581
3,641
175
–
439
–
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
–
7,504
441
441
2,648
883
25,000
883
1,766
8,000
88
200
8,828
–
353
88
2,648
2,207
883
–
–
88
88
88
2,648
44
5,297
–
177
–
441
–
–
–
–
–
80,950
–
–
56,665
914
13,254
4,570
9,141
457
–
–
–
2,742
–
–
–
–
–
8,226
–
27,422
–
–
914
914
60,61
75
32
18,24
93
4
62
61
58
4
103
City wide
City wide
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
City wide
18
102
25
28
18
18
4
25
25
98
City wide
18
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
renewal
New
13,17,18,24,25,
29,30,31,32,33,
63,64,65,66,67,
68,69,70,71,72,
73,74,75,76,77,
79,80,82,84,87,
88,90,100
4,570
New
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3
Asset SubClass
Water purificationLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
Infrastructure - Water
3
Asset Class
Upgrade Hillcrest WTW
Upgrade Umbilo WTW
Umlaas Trunk Sewer Augmentation
Upgrade Hillcrest WTW
Upgrade Umbilo WTW
Umlaas Trunk Sewer Augmentation
Kingsburgh WTW modifications
Refinery road pump station rising main
Kingsburgh WTW modifications
Refinery road pump station rising main
Aberfoyle Bulk Sewer
Gwala Farm Bulk Sewer
Redcliffe - Canelands/Parkridge Bulk Sewer
Aberfoyle Bulk Sewer
Gwala Farm Bulk Sewer
Redcliffe - Canelands/Parkridge Bulk Sewer
Trunk Sewer to close New Germany WWTW Trunk Sewer to close New Germany WWTW
Kwa Mashu WWTW Capacity Increase
South Coast to Umkomaas Trunk Sewer
South Coast to Umkomaas Trunk Sewer
Kwa Mashu WWTW Capacity Increase
Mccausland P/S Refurbishment
Mccausland P/S Refurbishment
Umhlatuzana Wwtw Upgrades
Sea Outfalls Inspection
Rural Sanitation (Block Sum)
Sea Outfalls Inspection
Cato Ridge Trunk Sewer
Rural Sanitation (Block Sum)
Hammarsdale Elangeni Sewer reticulation
Cato Ridge Trunk Sewer
Hammarsdale Elangeni Sewer reticulation
North Park Sewer reticulation
Umhlatuzana Wwtw Upgrades
7Th avenue retic Pinetown
North Park Sewer reticulation
7Th avenue retic Pinetown
Island View pump station pumps
Craigieburn WTW modifications
Craigieburn WTW modifications
Landsdowne P/S
Isipingo WTW Upgrades
Isipingo WTW Upgrades
Landsdowne P/S
Solar energy - Sanitation Facilities
Solar energy - Sanitation Facilities
Island View pump station pumps
Composting
Tongaat central WTW Expansion
Swwtw Digester Online
Swwtw Digester Online
Tongaat central WTW Expansion
Methane power (Smaller Works)
Methane power (Smaller Works)
Composting
Ablution Blocks - In Situ Upgrade
Ablution Blocks - In Situ Upgrade
Y7629
Y7628
Y6984
Y6983
Y6982
Y6649
Y6638
X5258
Y7084
Y7083
Y7081
Y6652
Y6447
Y6986
Y6977
Y6976
Y6975
Y7051
Y6972
Y7049
Y7048
Y7047
Y6525
Y6239
Waste Water Treatment Works
Waste Water Treatment Works
Y5602
Y6470
Amanzimtoti river Trunk Sewer
Amanzimtoti river Trunk Sewer
Y6237
Y6468
Umkomaas Sdp Wastewater Treatment WorksUmkomaas Sdp Wastewater Treatment Works
Expansion of Phoenix WTW
Sewer reticulation
Y6238
Pump Stations
Pump Stations
Sewer reticulation
Y8096
Westville Edgebaston Sewer Reticulation phaseWestville
3
Edgebaston Sewer Reticulation phase 3
Expansion of Phoenix WTW
Y6473
Westville Edgebaston Sewer Reticulation phaseWestville
2
Edgebaston Sewer Reticulation phase 2
Y6460
Y6476
Y6633
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Y6291
Kennedy road pump Station
6
Pump Station and rising main to close Umkomaas
Pump
Wtw
Station and rising main to close Umkomaas WtwY6627
Program/Project description
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Kennedy road pump Station
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
3
Asset SubClass
5
GPS co-ordinates
–
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
190
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
2,369
4,387
877
5,000
–
2,018
–
–
1,579
3,071
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
12,284
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3,948
2,632
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
2,632
877
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
4,387
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
1,053
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
439
18,000
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
877
50,000
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
50,000
439
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
250,000
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
1,755
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
877
9,500
1,755
105,288
877
3,510
3,194
–
14,038
7,019
658
–
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
1,766
22,070
8,000
11,476
441
441
441
883
–
–
20,000
883
6,180
883
–
–
6,576
–
–
7,000
883
66,210
883
66,210
1,766
260,000
1,766
4,414
25,000
1,766
17,656
1,766
5,297
–
441
13,242
–
–
441
–
60,712
60,712
1,619
–
–
–
2,428
–
2,428
20,237
–
–
–
8,095
–
–
–
–
–
–
16,190
–
89,044
–
210,470
–
–
60,711
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
92
102
1, 5
63
60
61
61
99
58
68
City wide
4
63
16
75
66
90
97
99
89
64
62
90
68
34
City wide
City wide
99
67
City wide
102
City wide
18
18
84
18
10
25
99
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
renewal
renewal
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
renewal
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3
Asset Class
Yes
Yes
Elevated Sewer to Arbour Town DevelopmentsElevated
(Sub 4) Sewer to Arbour Town Developments (Sub 4)Y7624
Y7625
Y7032
Bulk Sewer to Lower Illovo & Illovo Country Club
Bulk Sewer to Lower Illovo & Illovo Country Club
Saicor Village Sewer Extension
Y8011
Yes
13,161
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Amanzimtoti WWTW Sludge Dewatering
Redcliffe Outfalls
Amanzimtoti WWTW Sludge Dewatering
Redcliffe Outfalls
Y6714
Belvedere Collector Sewer
Southern Works Hydro Power
Belvedere Collector Sewer
Southern Works Hydro Power
Fleet - Solid Waste
Marianhill Cell Phase 3
Fleet - Solid Waste
Marianhill Cell Phase 3
Shongweni Landfill Cell Construction
Rehabilitation of Depots
Buffelsdraai - Cell Phase 2
Shongweni Landfill Cell Construction
Rehabilitation of Depots
Buffelsdraai - Cell Phase 2
Lovu Landfill Cell Phases and Infrastructure Works
Lovu Landfill Cell Phases and Infrastructure Works
Solid waste
Solid waste
WBU11
WAD02
WLO03
WMA18
Yes
Y5052
Inanda Newtown 'A' Area 7 Sewer Reticulation Inanda Newtown 'A' Area 7 Sewer Reticulation
Installation of Hydro Screw - Umbilo WWTW Installation of Hydro Screw - Umbilo WWTW
Yes
Ntuzuma E Outfall Sewer/Inanda Glebe Sewer Ntuzuma
Reticulation
E Outfall Sewer/Inanda Glebe Sewer Reticulation
Y6459
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Y6717
Yes
–
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
191
Infrastructure - Other Waste Management
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Other Waste Management
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Other Waste Management
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3,159
–
–
13,029
3,159
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Other Waste Management
Infrastructure - Other Waste Management
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
46,590
Infrastructure - Other
Specialised vehicles - Refuse
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
877
2,194
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
877
439
1,755
1,755
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
2,632
–
877
439
1,316
Effluent Pumping System from Southern area WWTW'S
Effluent Pumping
to Nungwane
System
Dam
from Southern area WWTW'S to Nungwane Dam
Yes
Sanitation - Plant And Equipment
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Yes
Yes
Y8012
1,316
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Sanitation - Plant And Equipment
Energy Management Monitoring System
Energy Management Monitoring System
Yes
877
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3,071
3,000
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
–
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
7,019
Yes
Automation and Control for WWTW
Automation and Control for WWTW
Y8010
Yes
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
4,387
4,519
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
–
1,755
3,510
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
–
–
–
–
–
61,796
–
–
883
–
883
883
–
883
2,648
883
1,766
883
1,324
–
–
1,766
3,000
4,414
1,324
1,766
1,766
2,648
1,766
–
–
–
5,738
1,324
2,648
10,594
1,766
–
4,000
12,000
11,000
1,000
50,000
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
2,428
1,619
2,428
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
4,045
–
–
–
4,045
8,095
–
59
Internal
7
98
15
Internal
18
68
61
45, 57
43
60
93
96
Internal
58
City wide
City wide
City wide
City wide
63
City wide
City wide
49
59,60
54
58
35
45
49
99
99
98
93
4
86,93
93
New
renewal
New
New
renewal
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
renewal
renewal
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Effluent Pumping System From Umdloti WWTWEffluent
To Hazelmere
PumpingDam
System From Umdloti WWTW To Hazelmere Dam
Water Borne Sanitation In Rural Areas
Water Borne Sanitation In Rural Areas
Y7610
Yes
Yes
5
GPS co-ordinates
Yes
Fine Bubble Aeration
Fine Bubble Aeration
Y7317
Y7050
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
3
Asset SubClass
Infrastructure - SanitationSewerage purification
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3
Asset Class
Energy Management and Resource Recovery System(Blocksum)
Energy Management and Resource Recovery System(Blocksum)
Y8013
Methane Power Other WWTW
Eastbury Trunk Sewer
Eastbury Trunk Sewer
Instrumentation At WWTW
Riet river Area Sewer Reticulation
Riet river Area Sewer Reticulation
Instrumentation At WWTW
Inanda Newtown 'C' Sewer Reticulation
Inanda Newtown 'C' Sewer Reticulation
Methane Power Other WWTW
Somerset Park Pump Station Upgrade
Umdloti Beach Sewer Reticulation
Umdloti Beach Sewer Reticulation
Ntuzuma 'C' Trunk Sewer Relay
Somerset Park Pump Station Upgrade
Yes
Yes
Refund to THD for Cornubia eastern trunk sewer
Refund to THD for Cornubia eastern trunk sewer
Ntuzuma 'C' Trunk Sewer Relay
Yes
Waterborne Sewer Reticulation to Bengu Rd Area
Waterborne
- Umkomaas
Sewer Reticulation to Bengu Rd Area - Umkomaas
Y2240
Yes
Yes
Bulk Services to Keystone Industrial Development
Bulk- Services
Hammarsdale
to Keystone Industrial Development - Hammarsdale
Y7627
Saicor Village Sewer Extension
Yes
Yes
6
Y2257
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Pipe Bridge Over Mbokodweni river to replace existing
Pipe Bridge
Siphon
Over Mbokodweni river to replace existing Siphon
Y7623
Program/Project description
Relocation Umdoni rising main - Arbour road Relocation Umdoni rising main - Arbour road
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
5
–
–
–
Wash Bays for Ton,Ott,Wye,Isip,Kings,
Buffelsdraai Gas to Electricity
Conversion - Bisassar offices
Wash Bays for Ton,Ott,Wye,Isip,Kings,
Buffelsdraai Gas to Electricity
Conversion - Bisassar offices
Computer Equipment
Airconditioning replacement
Airconditioning replacement
Electricity
Prepayment Connection Costs -All Areas
Airconditioning replacement
Electricity
Prepayment Connection Costs -All Areas
office Furniture
Airconditioning replacement
office Furniture
Litter Bins ( Concrete )
Computer Equipment
Wheeled Containers 240L
Litter Bins ( Concrete )
Wheeled Containers 240L
EFA001
Small Plant & Equipment
Small Plant & Equipment
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Computer Equipment
Computer Equipment
Yes
Yes
Steel Skips ( Plant & Equipment)
Steel Skips ( Plant & Equipment)
Yes
Yes
Small Plant & Equipment
Small Plant & Equipment
Yes
office Furniture
Litter Bins ( Concrete )
Litter Bins ( Concrete )
Yes
Steel Compaction Containers replacement of existing
Steel Compaction
for T/S
Containers replacement of existing for T/S
Wheeled Containers 240L
Wheeled Containers 240L
Yes
office Furniture
Rehabilitation of Various Depots
Yes
WSH02
WAD01
Shongweni Landfill Infrastructure & Cell 1 Phase
Shongweni
1
Landfill Infrastructure & Cell 1 Phase 1
Rehabilitation of Various Depots
Yes
Western Landfill, Land Purchase, InfrastructureWestern
& Cell Landfill, Land Purchase, Infrastructure & Cell WSH01
Yes
Yes
WBI01
Yes
Yes
WAFL01
Replacement of Compaction Units At 3 T/ Stations
Replacement of Compaction Units At 3 T/ Stations
WGCDMB01
WWB01
3,290
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Other Waste Management
Buildings
Buildings
105
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
192
45,000
–
219
219
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other AssetsComputers - hardware/equipment
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Other Assets
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
614
105
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Other Waste Management
Infrastructure - Other Waste Management
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Other AssetsComputers - hardware/equipment
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Other Assets
2,764
Infrastructure - Other Waste Management
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Other Waste Management
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Other Waste Management
Infrastructure - Other Waste Management
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
–
4,738
1,468
–
1,579
–
Infrastructure - Other Waste Management
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Other Waste Management
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Other Waste Management
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Other Waste Management
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Other Waste Management
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Other Waste Management
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Other Waste Management
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Other Waste Management
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
Infrastructure - Other Waste Management
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Yes
Female Change Rooms required at Depots Tong,Ott,Phoen,Wye,Tot,Queen,
Female Change Rooms required
King,New
at Depots
G Tong,Ott,Phoen,Wye,Tot,Queen,
WFT01
Yes King,New Infrastructure
G
- Other Waste Management
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
WCH01
Replacement of Compaction Units at T/S
Replacement of Compaction Units at T/S
Infrastructure - Other Waste Management
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Rehabilitation of Leachate Treatment Plants at Rehabilitation
Mariannhill & Buffelsdraai
of Leachate Treatment Plants at Mariannhill
WLT01
& Buffelsdraai Yes
–
–
–
–
3,159
Infrastructure - Other Waste Management
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Other Waste Management
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Other Waste Management
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Other Waste Management
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Other Waste Management
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
45,000
–
124
–
–
–
–
–
265
265
–
3,178
124
706
3,619
2,648
20,000
–
3,531
5,297
1,766
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
5,297
17,656
50,000
–
200
–
–
900
4,500
–
500
1,000
2,000
4,100
100
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
1,500
5,000
6,000
4,000
700
5,000
1,500
30,000
527
–
100-103
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
7
7
Internal
25
4
Internal
Internal
Internal
15 & 59
66
19
25
59
15,25,59
59
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
New
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
New
New
renewal
renewal
renewal
New
renewal
New
renewal
New
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Yes
Yes
3
GPS co-ordinates
Infrastructure - Other Waste Management
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3
Asset SubClass
Rehabilitation of Tara Rd. Garden Site retainingRehabilitation
Wall
of Tara Rd. Garden Site retaining Wall WTA01
WBiWB01
Yes
Yes
Yes
6
Asset Class
Yes
Replacement Garden Site for Wyebank
Replacement Garden Site for Wyebank
WGCDM BU02
GCDM01
WBU13
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
WWY01
Rehabilitation of Bisasar Weighbridges
Rehabilitation of Bisasar Weighbridges
Buffelsdraai Landfill Gas Cleaning & Utilisation Buffelsdraai Landfill Gas Cleaning & Utilisation
Buffelsdraai Landfill Cell 1 & 2 Phase 3
Landfill Gas To Electricity Project
Buffelsdraai Landfill Cell 1 & 2 Phase 3
Program/Project description
Landfill Gas To Electricity Project
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
MV/LV Copper Theft Prevention Project
MV/LV New substation buildings
MV/LV Service Connections-Conventional
MV/LV Copper Theft Prevention Project
MV/LV New substation buildings
MV/LV Service Connections-Conventional
Yes
Yes
Yes
MV/LV Capital Replacement UGM
MV/LV Capital Replacement OHM
MV/LV Capital Replacement S/STN
MV/LV Capital Replacement SL
MV/LV Capital Replacement
MV/LV Engineering Support Equipment
MV/LV Distribution Automation Project
MV/LV Capital Replacement OHM
MV/LV Capital Replacement S/STN
MV/LV Capital Replacement SL
MV/LV Capital Replacement
MV/LV Engineering Support Equipment
MV/LV Distribution Automation Project
MV/LV Reinforcement S/L
MV/LV Reinforcement S/L
MV/LV Capital Replacement UGM
MV/LV Reinforcement OHM
MV/LV Reinforcement UGM
MV/LV Reinforcement UGM
MV/LV Reinforcement S/STN
MV/LV New Supply S/L
MV/LV New Supply S/L
MV/LV Reinforcement S/STN
MV/LV New Supply S/STN
MV/LV New Supply S/STN
MV/LV Reinforcement OHM
MV/LV New Supply UGM
MV/LV New Supply OHM
MV/LV New Supply UGM
MV/LV New Supply OHM
DAP001
SD000207
NRSL
NRSS
NROH
NRUG
CCOHSI
CCUGSI
CCSLNS
CCSSNS
CCOHNS
CCUGNS
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
MV/LV EFA-Formal Settlements
MV/LV EFA-Formal Settlements
Yes
Yes
Yes
MV/LV EFA-Formal Settlements
MV/LV EFA-Formal Settlements
EFAFMLSL
Yes
Yes
CA0001
MV/LV EFA-Formal Settlements S/L
MV/LV EFA-Formal Settlements S/L
EFAFMLSS
Yes
Yes
Yes
MV/LV Service Connections-Change over applications
MV/LV Service Connections-Change over applicationsCA0002
MV/LV EFA-Formal Settlements OHM
MV/LV EFA-Formal Settlements S/STN
MV/LV EFA-Formal Settlements UGM
MV/LV EFA-Formal Settlements UGM
MV/LV EFA-Formal Settlements S/STN
MV/LV EFA-Informal Settlements S/L
MV/LV EFA-Informal Settlements S/L
MV/LV EFA-Formal Settlements OHM
MV/LV EFA-Informal Settlements S/STN
MV/LV EFA-Informal Settlements S/STN
Yes
MV/LV EFA-Inormal Settlements OHM
MV/LV EFA-Inormal Settlements OHM
EFAFMLOH
Yes
Yes
EFAFMLUG
MV/LV EFA-Informal Settlements UGM
6
MV/LV EFA-Informal Settlements (Blocksum) MV/LV EFA-Informal Settlements (Blocksum)
Program/Project description
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
MV/LV EFA-Informal Settlements UGM
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
3
Asset SubClass
5
GPS co-ordinates
100
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
193
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
5,000
3,000
–
100
2,000
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
100
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
2,500
3,000
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
1,500
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
1,000
15,000
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
15,000
2,000
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
30,000
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
1,000
10,000
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
300
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
–
500
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
500
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
2,000
3,000
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
2,000
300
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
500
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
10,000
300
–
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
–
2,000
5,000
3,000
–
100
2,000
100
2,500
100
3,000
1,500
20,000
1,000
15,000
2,000
30,000
1,000
10,000
300
500
–
500
2,000
3,500
2,500
300
500
9,500
300
–
58
75
84
9
102
75
74
77
43
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
1-103
1103
1-103
new
new
new
58
32
35
102
new
new
new
new
9
18
renewal
renewal
2,000
5,000
3,000
–
100
2,000
100
new
new
new
new
new
1-103
renewal
25,71,80,82,87 new
36
62
35
66
48
5,000 Demand driven renewal
100
3,000
1,500 Customer driven renewal
25,000
1,000
15,000
2,000
35,000 Customer driven new
1,000
12,000
300
500 Customer driven new
–
500
2,000
4,500
2,500
300
500
15,000
300
2,7,9,12,14,19,2
0,22,23,25,30,3
1,32,34,38,45,5
5,59,62,65,74,7
5,76,77,78,79,8
0,81,82,83,85,8
6,87,88,89,91,9
2,
93,100,101,102
&103
new
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3
Asset Class
TM0006
Umgeni Klaarwater OHTL
Klaarwater Stockville OHTL
Havenside S/Stn
Klaarwater Stockville OHTL
Havenside S/Stn
Bellair 275/132kv S/Stn
Bellair 275/132kv S/Stn
Umgeni Klaarwater OHTL
Fibre Optic Links
Fibre Optic Links
Himalayas/Austerville Link
Karim Lane 11kv Board
Karim Lane 11kv Board
Himalayas/Austerville Link
Sapref 132/33kv S/Stn
Sapref 132/33kv S/Stn
Kloof 132/11kv S/Stn
Klaarwater-substation transformers
Klaarwater-substation transformers
Verulam 132/11KV S/Stn
Umbogintwini Upgrade
Umbogintwini Upgrade
Verulam 132/11KV S/Stn
Servitudes-Intangible
Servitudes-Intangible
Kloof 132/11kv S/Stn
Land Acquisitions
Land Acquisitions
TM0059
TM0047
TM0043
TM0104
TM0030
TM091
TM0089
TM0024
Yes
Airconditioning-Depot Buildings
Airconditioning-Depot Buildings
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
office Furniture & Equip.-South Western Depot office Furniture & Equip.-South Western Depot
office Furniture & Equip.-Western Depot
Yes
Yes
office Furniture & Equip.-Western Depot
office Furniture & Equip.-Lighting
office Furniture & Equip.-Lighting
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
6
Yes
office Furniture & Equip.-Faults Division
office Furniture & Equip.-Faults Division
SD0011SS
PL0001PL
PL0001NR
PL0001MR
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
office Furniture & Equip.-North Western Depot office Furniture & Equip.-North Western Depot
office Furniture & Equip.-Southern Depot
Plant & Equipment-South western Depot
Plant & Equipment-South western Depot
office Furniture & Equip.-Southern Depot
Plant & Equipment-Southern Depot
Plant & Equipment-Southern Depot
office Furniture & Equip.-Central Depot
Plant & Equipment-Central Depot
Plant & Equipment-Central Depot
office Furniture & Equip.-Central Depot
Plant & Equipment-North Western depot
Plant & Equipment-North Western depot
Plant & Equipment- Lighting Division
Plant & Equipment-Northern depot
Plant & Equipment-Northern depot
office Furniture & Equip.-Northern Depot
Plant & Equipment- Western Depot
Plant & Equipment- Western Depot
office Furniture & Equip.-Northern Depot
Plant & Equipment- Faults
Plant & Equipment- Faults
Plant & Equipment- Lighting Division
Northern Depot Buildings
North Western Depot Buildings
South Western Depot Buildings
North Western Depot Buildings
Southern Depot Buildings
South Western Depot Buildings
Southern Depot Buildings
Lighting- Sundry
Northern Depot Buildings
Lighting- Parks
Lighting- Sundry
Lighting- Parks
Lighting -Major Route Improvements
Lighting -New Major Routes
Lighting -Major Route Improvements
Program/Project description
Lighting -New Major Routes
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
3
Asset SubClass
5
GPS co-ordinates
194
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
270
–
25,000
5,000
–
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
–
2,000
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
250
12,000
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
34,000
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
22,000
1,500
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
IntangiblesComputers - software & programming
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
2,000
200
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Other Assets
Other Assets
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
40
40
Other Assets
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Other Assets
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
40
30
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Other Assets
Other Assets
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
30
Other Assets
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
40
40
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Other Assets
Other Assets
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
40
Other Assets
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
50
400
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Other Assets
Other Assets
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
400
400
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Other Assets
Other Assets
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
400
400
400
50
–
100
Other Assets
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Other Assets
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Other Assets
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Other Assets
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
100
2,000
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
2,000
100
900
2,000
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
–
9,000
–
5,000
44,000
10,000
550
200
–
–
–
24,000
600
1,500
2,000
200
40
40
40
30
30
40
40
40
50
400
400
400
400
400
400
50
–
100
100
100
2,000
100
900
–
10,000
5,000
–
43,000
18,000
1,000
500
–
–
–
–
–
1,500
2,000
200
40
40
40
30
30
40
40
40
50
400
400
400
400
400
400
50
–
100
100
100
2,000
100
900
new
new
71
10,15
17,36
48
28
26,27
9
26
18
90
17
93
10
10
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
70
48
48
94
renewal
renewal
renewal
new
new
new
new
renewal
new
new
renewal
renewal
new
new
renewal
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
18,44,48,50,72 new
51
9,10,21,77,89 new
11,28,34,69
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3
Asset Class
Airconditioning Equipment-Administration
Airconditioning Equipment-Administration
Risk Management Plant & Equipment
Stores Sundry Equipment
Stores Sundry Equipment
Risk Management Plant & Equipment
Trucks & Specialised Vehicles
Trucks & Specialised Vehicles
Plant & Equipment -Administration
Cars & Vans
Cars & Vans
Furniture & Equipment -Finance
Mobile Plant
Mobile Plant
Furniture & Equipment -Finance
Headquarters Buildings/ Rotunda
Plant & Equipment -Administration
Control Centre Buildings
Control Centre Buildings
Headquarters Buildings/ Rotunda
Besters Camp Customer Services
Besters Camp Customer Services
office furniture & equip -Customer Services
Springfield Complex
office furniture & equip -Customer Services
HV Alarms & Security Systems
Training Centre-Springfield
HV Alarms & Security Systems
HV Sundry Plant & Equipment
Training Centre-Springfield
HV Sundry Plant & Equipment
HV office Furniture & Equipment
Springfield Complex
Network Management System
HV office Furniture & Equipment
Network Management System
Rossburgh 132/11KV S/Stn
Springfield 33Kv Board
Blair Atholl 132/11kv S/Stn
Blair Atholl 132/11kv S/Stn
Springfield 33Kv Board
Phoenix Central S/Stn
Rossburgh 132/11KV S/Stn
Sibiya 132/11Kv s/Stn
HV Substation Walls & Security
HV Substation Walls & Security
Phoenix Central S/Stn
Verulam 132kv switching station
Verulam 132kv switching station
Sibiya 132/11Kv s/Stn
Congella S/Stn(33 kv board/Bus Section)
Congella S/Stn(33 kv board/Bus Section)
Cornubia 132/11kv s/tn
Bulwer 132/11kv s/stn
Bulwer 132/11kv s/stn
Cornubia 132/11kv s/tn
Stockville 132Kv Switching Stn
Stockville 132Kv Switching Stn
HV Substation Construction
Jameson Park 132/11Kv Stn
Jameson Park 132/11Kv Stn
Woodlands Substation
Mahogany Ridge S/Stn
Mahogany Ridge S/Stn
Woodlands Substation
Austerville 132/11kv Stn
Austerville 132/11kv Stn
HV Substation Construction
Reunion Substation
Ottawa 275/132 S/Stn (Transformers)
Ottawa 275/132 S/Stn (Transformers)
NCP Springpark S/Stn
NCP Springpark S/Stn
Reunion Substation
Newlands S/Stn
K E Masinga S/Stn (Ordnance Rd )
Newlands S/Stn
Program/Project description
K E Masinga S/Stn (Ordnance Rd )
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
CSA2269
CSA2127
TM0026
TM0129
TM0042
TM0117
TM0116
TM0134
TM0133
SD0010SC
SD0010SW
TM0047
TM0130
TM0078
TM0077
TM0075
TM0072
TM0068
TM0105
TM0061
TM0094
TM0053
Project
number
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
6
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
3
Asset SubClass
5
GPS co-ordinates
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
195
Other Assets
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Other Assets
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Other Assets
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Other Assets
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
500
50
400
–
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Other Assets
10,000
1,000
400
Other AssetsSpecialised vehicles - Conservancy
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Other AssetsSpecialised vehicles - Conservancy
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - Other
1,500
30,000
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
2,000
1,500
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
175
3,000
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
500
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
2,000
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
40
2,200
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
5,000
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
1,600
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
877
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
1,500
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
2,000
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
500
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
2,000
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
6,000
30,000
2,000
46,000
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3,000
5,000
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
20,000
–
45,000
41,000
950
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
400
–
500
50
400
–
10,000
1,000
400
2,000
10,000
–
2,000
1,500
88
3,000
500
40
2,000
–
27,000
–
4,414
1,000
2,000
8,000
2,000
500
15,000
400
51,000
28,000
5,300
32,000
22,000
40,000
–
25,000
1,600
400
–
500
50
400
–
15,000
1,000
400
10,000
5,000
–
5,000
1,500
100
10,000
500
40
2,000
–
6,500
–
41,000
15,000
22,000
35,000
2,000
500
1,800
–
31,000
35,000
–
40,000
26,000
–
1,000
–
–
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
26
3
Internal
25
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
48
32
24
48
58
58
64
26
21
60
32
31
15
28
10
68
24,29
90
27
26,27
37
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
new
new
new
new
new
renewal
new
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
new
new
renewal
renewal
renewal
new
renewal
new
new
renewal
new
new
renewal
new
new
new
new
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3
Asset Class
Computer Printers
Software Systems Development
Computer Printers
Software Systems Development
Yes
office Furniture & equip-Customer Services
Communication Networks
Communication Network Links
Substation Plant - Protection & Test
Plant & Equipment- Drawing office
office Furniture & Equipment-Tech Se
Plant & Equipment-Tech Services
Plant & Equipment - Survey/Drawing office
Test & Instrumentation-Protect & Test
office Furniture & equip-Customer Services
Communication Networks
Communication Network Links
Substation Plant - Protection & Test
Plant & Equipment- Drawing office
office Furniture & Equipment-Tech Se
Plant & Equipment-Tech Services
Plant & Equipment - Survey/Drawing office
Test & Instrumentation-Protect & Test
GIS Equipment-Tech Support
Isipingo Cust ervices
MV/LV Copper Clad Earthing Project
GIS Equipment-Tech Support
Isipingo Cust ervices
MV/LV Copper Clad Earthing Project
Test & Instrumentation-Elect W/Shop
Plant & equipment-Comm. Network
Plant & Equipment-Elect W/Shop
Plant & equipment-Comm. Network
Plant & Equipment-Elect W/Shop
Plant & Equipment- Protect&Test Division
Test & Instrumentation-Elect W/Shop
Plant & Equipment- Protect&Test Division
Plant & Equipment- Mech Division
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Safety Equipment-Safety Division
Plant & Equipment- Mech Division
Safety Equipment-Safety Division
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Safety & Training Equipment-Safety Division Safety & Training Equipment-Safety Division
TSCN0002.
Yes
Energy Control Building-Kings Road
Energy Control Building-Kings Road
Yes
Yes
Smart Metering-Demand Management
Meter Test Benches
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
6
Smart Metering-Demand Management
CN0001
RP0001
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Meter Test Benches
Plant & equipment-metering section
Bulk Metering Project
Revenue Protection Enhancement Project
Bulk Metering Project
Revenue Protection Enhancement Project
Plant & Equipment-Customer Services
Plant & equipment-metering section
Marketing Equipment -Commercial Eng
Plant & Equipment-Customer Services
Marketing Equipment -Commercial Eng
Plant & Equipment Revenue Control
Server Hardware
Server Hardware
Plant & Equipment Revenue Control
Desktop Hardware
Desktop Hardware
Computer Aided Design Hardware
Lan Infrastructure
Technical Equipment- Call Centre
Outage Management System
Outage Management System
Lan Infrastructure
Technical Equipment- Call Centre
Prepayment System
Prepayment System
Computer Aided Design Hardware
Mims-Ellipse Software
Computer Aided Design Software
Mims-Ellipse Software
Program/Project description
Computer Aided Design Software
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
3
Asset SubClass
5
GPS co-ordinates
8,000
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
196
–
–
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
1,000
–
800
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
100
800
200
–
200
–
800
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets Transmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Other Assets
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Other Assets
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
100
2,000
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Other Assets
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Other Assets
Other Assets
10,000
14,000
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Other Assets
Other Assets
200
20,000
Other Assets
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Other Assets Transmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
500
15,000
Other Assets Transmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Other Assets Transmission & Reticulation
100
500
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
1,000
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
20
200
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
200
40
–
100
200
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
400
1,500
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
300
10,000
100
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
50
400
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
10,000
–
5,000
–
800
–
100
800
200
–
200
–
100
–
100
1,000
2,000
10,000
15,000
200
10,000
500
25,000
500
100
1,000
200
20
200
40
–
100
200
400
1,500
300
15,000
100
50
–
–
10,000
–
800
–
100
900
200
–
300
–
100
–
100
500
2,000
10,000
20,000
200
1,000
500
40,000
500
100
500
200
20
200
40
–
100
200
400
1,500
300
15,000
100
50
1-100
90
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
27
26
26
Internal
Internal
27
26
27
Internal
70
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
renewal
new
renewal
new
new
renewal
renewal
renewal
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Other Assets Transmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Intangibles
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Computers - software & programming
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Other Assets
Computers - software & programming
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3
Asset Class
CES
HSS
CES
HSS
Cemeteries
Investigation - Purchase of Land
Cemeteries
Investigation - Purchase of Land
Yes
Development of Cemeteries
Development of Cemeteries
N1533
Yes
Yes
Yes
Cemetery -Internal Road Upgrade- Mophela Cemetery -Internal Road Upgrade- Mophela
Cemetery -Internal Road Upgrade- UmkomaasCemetery
drift
-Internal Road Upgrade- Umkomaas drift
5
GPS co-ordinates
413
–
Cemeteries Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
Cemeteries Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Cemeteries Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Worst Condition Assets (Cdi 0-40%) Condition Worst
Index -Condition
Redhill Cemetery
Assets (Cdi
- renovation
0-40%) Condition
of changeIndex
rooms
- Redhill Cemetery -Yes
renovation of change
Community
rooms
Worst Condition Assets (Cdi 0-40%) Condition Worst
Index -Condition
Umlazi UAssets
Cemetery
(Cdi- 0-40%)
upgradeCondition Index - Umlazi U CemeteryYes
- upgrade
Worst Condition Assets (Cdi 0-40%) Condition Worst
Index -Condition
West Street
Assets
Cemetery
(Cdi 0-40%)
(renovation
Condition
of change
Index rooms
- West &Street
publicCemetery
toilets)
Yes (renovation of change
Community
rooms & public Cemeteries
toilets)
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
197
–
Cemeteries Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Worst Condition Assets (Cdi 0-40%) Condition Worst
Index -Condition
Inanda Regional
Assets (Cdi
(renovation
0-40%) of
Condition
change Index
rooms)- Inanda Regional (renovation
Yes
of change
Community
rooms)
Community
–
Cemeteries Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Worst Condition Assets (Cdi 0-40%) Condition Worst
Index -Condition
Dudley Street
Assets- erect
(Cdi 0-40%)
wall & fence
Condition
and upgrade
Index - Dudley
of officeStreet - erect
Yeswall & fence andCommunity
upgrade of office
–
–
–
Worst Condition Assets (Cdi 0-40%) Condition Worst
Index -Condition
Bonela / Chesterville
Assets (Cdi 0-40%)
Cemetery
Condition
(renovation
Indexof-change
Bonela rooms
/ Chesterville
& office
YesCemetery
buildi (renovation
Community
of change roomsCemeteries
& office buildiLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Yes
Cemeteries Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Fencing of Cemeteries (chesterville)
Community
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Investigation for development of cemeteries & crematoria
Investigation
(entire
for development
eThekwini Municipal
of cemeteries
Area)& crematoria (entire eThekwini
YesMunicipal Area) Community
Cemeteries Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Cemeteries Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Cemeteries Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Cemeteries Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Cemeteries Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Cemeteries Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Cemeteries Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Cemeteries Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Cemeteries Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Cemeteries Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
526
Cemeteries Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Cemeteries Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
600
Cemeteries Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Cemeteries Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
300
Cemeteries Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
1,294
Cemeteries Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
465
–
629
Fencing of Cemeteries (chesterville)
356
8,949
Cemeteries Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Cemeteries Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Cemeteries Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Cemeteries
Plant & equipmentLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Recreational facilities
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
10,000
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
–
–
–
1,000
1,766
–
–
–
–
441
–
–
–
–
–
–
3,531
–
6,621
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
7,839
–
–
609
609
609
537
609
609
1,792
–
1,075
896
1,075
358
358
358
358
358
–
179
–
3,583
1,792
1,792
–
–
–
1,792
1,792
–
–
3,610
–
–
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
new
44
32
30
35
68
68
58
24
91
69
99
99
15
8
77
24
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
new
new
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
99, 88, 62, 35, 30 renewal
102
City wide
City wide
99
4
35
30
69
84,41
99
58
Internal
Internal
15
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Cemeteries Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Community
Community
Yes
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Mophela Cremetery :upgrade and rehabilitationMophela Cremetery :upgrade and rehabilitation
Comm Soc Serv-Cemetry Yes
Mobeni Heights (Replacement of old furnace) Mobeni Heights (Replacement of old furnace)
Comm Soc Serv-Cemetry Yes
Yes
Yes
Cemetery -Internal Road Upgrade- Lower Langerfontein
Cemetery -Internal Road Upgrade- Lower Langerfontein
Craigieburn Cremetery Staff Change room
Yes
Cemetery -Internal Road Upgrade- Kwagijima Cemetery -Internal Road Upgrade- Kwagijima
Craigieburn Cremetery Staff Change room
Yes
Yes
Cemetery -Internal Road Upgrade- ChestervilleCemetery -Internal Road Upgrade- Chesterville
Yes
Development of Crematoria
Development of Crematoria
Yes
Worst Condition Assets (Cdi 0-40%) Condition Worst
Index Condition Assets (Cdi 0-40%) Condition Index N1627
Umkomaas Drift
Umkomaas Drift
N1097
Yes
New Cemetery - Hammarsdale
New Cemetery - Hammarsdale
Yes
Yes
Yes
N1626
Redhill Cemetery
Redhill Cemetery
Cornubia Cemetery Development - Investigation
Cornubia Cemetery Development - Investigation
Loon road cemetery ( landscaping )
Loon road cemetery ( landscaping )
N1011
N1698
Yes
Umlazi And Kwa Mashua Crematoria
Mobeni Heights
Mobeni Heights
Yes
Umlazi And Kwa Mashua Crematoria
Yes
N1460
Investigation - Purchase of Land (Regional Cemetery
Investigation
South)- Purchase of Land (Regional Cemetery South)
N1460
Yes
Community
Community
Other Assets
Yes
3
Asset SubClass
Infrastructure - OtherTransmission & Reticulation
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3
Plant and Equipment
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
6
Asset Class
Plant and Equipment
TM0121
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Development of an integrated social facilities provision
Development
plan and
of an
packaging
integratedofsocial
projects
facilities provision plan
N1710
and packaging
Yes
of projects
3.2. Address Community Services Backlogs3.2. Address Community Services Backlogs
Underwood 132/11kv S/Stn
Program/Project description
Underwood 132/11kv S/Stn
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
Mobile Clinics ( Service to Rural Areas)
Furniture,Plant & Equipment
Luganda
Mobile Clinics ( Service to Rural Areas)
Furniture,Plant & Equipment
Luganda
Community
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 40%-60%) Condition
Worst
Index
condition
(Luganda
Assets
Hall)(Cdi 40%-60%) Condition IndexN1634
(Luganda Hall) Yes
Community
Community
Yes
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
3
Asset Class
Yes
Umlazi D Upgrade Multi Use
Umlazi D Upgrade Multi Use
N1629
Eradication of Backlogs - District 4 - Embo
Eradication of Backlogs - District 4 - Embo
Yes
Yes
Yes
Eradication of Backlogs - District 2 - Inanda
Eradication of Backlogs - District 4 - Fredville Eradication of Backlogs - District 4 - Fredville
Eradication of Backlogs - District 2 - Inanda
Community Halls
Yes
Yes
Community Halls
Shallcross (Clinic upgrade)
Eradication of Backlogs - District 6 - Umlazi E Eradication of Backlogs - District 6 - Umlazi E
Shallcross (Clinic upgrade)
Welbedacht (New clinic)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Welbedacht (New clinic)
Itshelimnyama (Replacement clinic)
N1730
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Eradication of Backlogs - District 10 - Central - Eradication
Beach
of Backlogs - District 10 - Central - Beach
Chesterville (clinic upgrade)
Itshelimnyama (Replacement clinic)
Chesterville (clinic upgrade)
Lamontville Clinic (clinic upgrade)
Savannah Park clinic
Savannah Park clinic
Lamontville Clinic (clinic upgrade)
Monitoring Stations
Monitoring Stations
Furniture & Equipment
Sydenham
Sydenham
Furniture & Equipment
Austerville
Austerville
Kloof
Merebank
Merebank
Kloof
Clare Estate
Clare Estate
Wyebank
Umhlanga Infrastructure
Umhlanga Infrastructure
Wyebank
Stonebridge Clinic
Stonebridge Clinic
Umkomazi
chestervilleclinic
chestervilleclinic
Umkomazi
MARIANRIDGE
MARIANRIDGE
Waterloo
WATERFALL CLINIC
WATERFALL CLINIC
Klaarwater
GLEN EARL
GLEN EARL
Klaarwater
NEwLANDS WEST
NEwLANDS WEST
Waterloo
GROVE END
GROVE END
N1729
Athlone Park
Athlone Park
N1664
Yes
Clinics
Clinics
Yes
6
Program/Project description
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
198
5
GPS co-ordinates
–
Community hallsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Community hallsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Community hallsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Community hallsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Community hallsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Community hallsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Community hallsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
1,000
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
326
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
877
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
1,755
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
1,316
1,316
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
6,167
1,141
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
1,141
175
2,632
1,579
1,141
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
175
175
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
439
351
351
–
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
2,765
–
–
–
–
–
–
441
–
–
–
–
–
3,531
1,412
1,059
1,412
1,412
1,412
706
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
1,258
–
–
1,324
–
–
–
–
1,214
6,844
179
179
179
430
537
932
896
1,254
1,254
717
717
358
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
renewal
new
new
renewal
renewal
renewal
new
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
13
87
8
4
80
26
3
71
72
15
24
74
Internal
10
19
99
17
58
100
Internal
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
renewal
new
new
renewal
renewal
new
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
new
Demand driven new
17
61, 60
25
68
68
23
35
48
24
13
9
11
37
50
93
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Community halls
Clinics
Clinics
Clinics
Clinics
Clinics
Clinics
Clinics
Clinics
Clinics
Clinics
Clinics
Clinics
Clinics
Clinics
Clinics
Clinics
Clinics
Clinics
Clinics
Clinics
Clinics
Clinics
Clinics
Clinics
Clinics
Clinics
Clinics
Clinics
Clinics
3
Asset SubClass
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(HillcrestInfrastructure
Library)
Upgrade - Loss Control (Hillcrest
Yes Library)
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(MalvernInfrastructure
Library)
Upgrade - Loss Control (Malvern
Yes Library)
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(Montlands
Infrastructure
Library) Upgrade - Loss Control (Montlands
Yes Library)
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(WestvilleInfrastructure
Library)
Upgrade - Loss Control (Westville
Yes Library)
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(Whetsone
Infrastructure
Library) Upgrade - Loss Control (Whetsone
Yes Library)
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(Cato Crest
Infrastructure
Library) Upgrade - Loss Control (CatoYes
Crest Library)
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(Chesterville
Infrastructure
Library) Upgrade - Loss Control (Chesterville
Yes
Library)
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(ClermontInfrastructure
Library)
Upgrade - Loss Control (Clermont
Yes Library)
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(Durban Infrastructure
North Library)Upgrade - Loss Control (Durban
Yes North Library) Community
Community
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(Besters Infrastructure
Library)
Upgrade - Loss Control (Besters
Yes Library)
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(Central Lending
Infrastructure
Library)
Upgrade - Loss Control (Central
Yes Lending Library)Community
Community
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(BayviewInfrastructure
Library)
Upgrade - Loss Control (Bayview
Yes Library)
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(Isipingo Infrastructure
Civic Library) Upgrade - Loss Control (Isipingo
Yes Civic Library) Community
Community
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(KwaMashu
Infrastructure
Library) Upgrade - Loss Control (KwaMashu
Yes Library)
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(Amanzimtoti
Infrastructure
Library) Upgrade - Loss Control (Amanzimtoti
Yes
Library) Community
Community
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Kwadabeka
Municipal Libraries
(Fibre) Infrastructure Upgrade - Kwadabeka (Fibre)Yes
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(KwaMakhutha
Infrastructure
Library)Upgrade - Loss Control (KwaMakhutha
Yes
Library) Community
Community
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Kingsburgh
Municipal (Fibre)
Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade - Kingsburgh (Fibre)Yes
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(Glenashle
Infrastructure
Library) Upgrade - Loss Control (Glenashle
Yes Library)
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Community
Community
Community
Community
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(La LuciaInfrastructure
Library)
Upgrade - Loss Control (La Lucia
Yes Library)
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(Lamontville
Infrastructure
Library) Upgrade - Loss Control (Lamontville
Yes
Library)
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(Marianridge
Infrastructure
Library) Upgrade - Loss Control (Marianridge
Yes
Library) Community
Community
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(Hillary Library)
Infrastructure Upgrade - Loss Control (Hillary
YesLibrary)
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(Merebank
Infrastructure
Library) Upgrade - Loss Control (Merebank
Yes Library)
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(MoortonInfrastructure
Library)
Upgrade - Loss Control (Moorton
Yes Library)
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(Mpumalanga
Infrastructure
Library) Upgrade - Loss Control (Mpumalanga
Yes
Library) Community
Libraries
Libraries
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(Hambanathi
Infrastructure
Library) Upgrade - Loss Control (Hambanathi
Yes
Library) Community
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Community
Libraries
Community
Umnini :Purchase of Library Books
Umnini :Purchase of Library Books
Community
Community
Libraries
Yes
Don / Ref:Purchase of Library Books
Community
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Cato
Municipal
Ridge (Fibre)
Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade - Cato Ridge (Fibre)Yes
Yes
Yes
Centralised purchase of core collection library books
Centralised purchase of core collection library books
Don / Ref:Purchase of Library Books
Yes
Community
Libraries
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Central Lending:Purchase of Library Books
Central Lending:Purchase of Library Books
Yes
Yes
Libraries
Amaoti Library (Book stock)
Amaoti Library (Book stock)
Community
Libraries
Libraries
Yes
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
N1726
Umlazi W Hall
Umlazi W Hall
Community hallsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
199
5
GPS co-ordinates
Community hallsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3
Asset SubClass
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 40%-60%) Condition
Worst
Index
condition
- Rehabilitation
Assets (Cdi
- Queensburgh
40%-60%) Condition
Civic
Index - Rehabilitation - Yes
Queensburgh Civic
Community
3
Community
6
Asset Class
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 40%-60%) Condition
Worst
Index
condition
- Rehabilitation
Assets (Cdi
- Bottlebrush
40%-60%) Condition Index - Rehabilitation - Yes
Bottlebrush
Program/Project description
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 40%-60%) Condition
Worst
Index
condition
- Rehabilitation
Assets (Cdi
- Jabulani
40%-60%)
Hall Condition Index - Rehabilitation - Yes
Jabulani Hall
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
281
281
326
582
1,601
290
483
–
483
439
500
–
371
1,327
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
247
247
247
247
247
247
247
247
247
–
–
–
–
–
320
534
1,784
534
500
3,000
1,766
–
–
90
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
90
100
100
100
100
100
–
90
–
–
–
100
–
100
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
2,375
–
–
500
12,541
–
–
–
91
73
68
15
74
58
63
61
36
36
22
24
28
27
52
18
64
17
95
8
47
70
97
94
40
20
97
1
City wide
26
26
26
53
82
63
71
59
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
new
new
new
new
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(TongaatInfrastructure
Central Library)
Upgrade - Loss Control (Tongaat
Yes Central Library)
Community
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(Trenance
Infrastructure
Park Library)Upgrade - Loss Control (Trenance
Yes Park Library)Community
Community
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(Umkhumane
Infrastructure
Library) Upgrade - Loss Control (Umkhumane
Yes
Library) Community
Community
Community
Community
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(Umlazi AA
Infrastructure
Library) Upgrade - Loss Control (Umlazi
YesAA Library)
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(Windermere
Infrastructure
Library) Upgrade - Loss Control (Windermere
Yes
Library) Community
Community
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(Umbilo Library)
Infrastructure Upgrade - Loss Control (Umbilo
YesLibrary)
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(Woodhurst
Infrastructure
Library) Upgrade - Loss Control (Woodhurst
Yes Library)
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(Wyebank
Infrastructure
Library)
Upgrade - Loss Control (Wyebank
Yes Library)
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
(99 Municipal
Umgeni Rd)
Libraries
- Server;
Infrastructure
Biometrix Upgrade (99 Umgeni Rd) - Server;
Yes Biometrix
District 3 :Purchase of Library Books
District 4 :Purchase of Library Books
District 5 :Purchase of Library Books
District 6 : Purchase of Library Books
District 7 :Purchase of Library Books
District 8 :Purchase of Library Books
District 9:Purchase of Library Books
District 10:Purchase of Library Books
Umlazi 3 Library (Book stock)
Tshelimnyama Library (Book stock)
Chesterville Extension Library (Parking)
District 3 :Purchase of Library Books
District 4 :Purchase of Library Books
District 5 :Purchase of Library Books
District 6 : Purchase of Library Books
District 7 :Purchase of Library Books
District 8 :Purchase of Library Books
District 9:Purchase of Library Books
District 10:Purchase of Library Books
Umlazi 3 Library (Book stock)
Tshelimnyama Library (Book stock)
Chesterville Extension Library (Parking)
–
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Worst conditions Assets - Montford (basement Worst
flooding)
conditions Assets - Montford (basement flooding)
Worst conditions Assets - Pinetown (roof & parking)
Worst conditions Assets - Pinetown (roof & parking)
Yes
Worst conditions Assets - Canelands rehabilitation
Worst
of conditions
G A Room Assets - Canelands rehabilitation of G A Room
N1727
Worst conditions Assets (Bergtheil Museum) Worst conditions Assets (Bergtheil Museum)
Yes
Yes
Worst conditions Assets - Caneside (structural Worst
- cracks)
conditions Assets - Caneside (structural - cracks)
N1635
Amaoti (New Infrastructure)
Umlazi J Library (Development of new library) Umlazi J Library (Development of new library)
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
200
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Amaoti (New Infrastructure)
Libraries
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Tshelimnyama (new community Library - subject
Tshelimnyama
to initial investigation
(new community
which willLibrary
indicate
- subject
which site
to initial
will be
investigation
ready for packagi
which
Yes will indicate which
Community
site will be ready for packagi
Libraries
600
–
400
500
480
–
1,000
877
263
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Extension of Thornwood Library, subject to initial
Extension
investigation
of Thornwood
which willLibrary,
indicatesubject
which site
to initial
will be
investigation
ready for packaging
which will and
indicate
Yes which site will
Community
be ready for packaging
Libraries
and
Community
4,000
3,705
29,886
Yes
Libraries
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
219
439
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
693
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
950
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
428
765
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
847
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
546
636
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
735
724
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Ntshongweni Community Library
Community
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Yes
N1225
N1577
New central Library (Library Subsidy Ringfenced)
New central Library (Library Subsidy Ringfenced)
Ntshongweni Community Library
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Libraries
Yes
New City Library :Purchase of Library Books New City Library :Purchase of Library Books
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
District 2 :Purchase of Library Books
District 2 :Purchase of Library Books
576
Libraries
Libraries
219
Community
Community
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
District 1 :Purchase of Library Books
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Yes
Yes
Ntshongweni Community Library (Book stock) Ntshongweni Community Library (Book stock)
District 1 :Purchase of Library Books
–
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
(99 Municipal
Umgeni Rd)
Libraries
- workflow;
Infrastructure
re-engineering
Upgrade
(training
(99 Umgeni
room); Rd)
roof;- toilets
workflow;
Yes
re-engineering
Community
(training room); roof;Libraries
toilets
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
–
441
–
883
1,059
–
4,180
4,000
1,377
8,475
86,744
3,316
132
–
–
768
474
1,052
846
938
605
704
813
801
637
500
3,531
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
500
3,820
4,173
–
–
237,850
7,658
–
–
500
468
174
705
546
638
305
404
513
501
337
500
–
717
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
90
100
100
18
73
60
51
18
82
53
15
15
7
28
City wide
24
15
87
City wide
City wide
City wide
City wide
City wide
City wide
City wide
City wide
City wide
City wide
7
28
28
19
70
28
85
30
33
51
61
51
37
21
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
new
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
5
GPS co-ordinates
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(Shastri Park
Infrastructure
Library) Upgrade - Loss Control (Shastri
YesPark Library) Community
3
Libraries
3
Asset SubClass
Libraries
6
Asset Class
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(Newlands
Infrastructure
West Library)
Upgrade - Loss Control (Newlands
Yes West Library)Community
Program/Project description
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure Upgrade
Ethekwini
- Loss
Municipal
ControlLibraries
(New Germany
Infrastructure
Library)Upgrade - Loss Control (NewYes
Germany Library) Community
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
Umbumbulu Library
Umbumbulu Library
St Wendolin
Stanmore
Tongaat South Library
Trenance park
Umkhumbani Library
Umlazi AA
Umlazi W
Verulam
Westville North
Whetstone library
Stanmore
Tongaat South Library
Trenance park
Umkhumbani Library
Umlazi AA
Umlazi W
Verulam
Westville North
Whetstone library
Reservoir Hills
Reservoir Hills
St Wendolin
Pinetown Library (airconditioners)
Pinetown Library (airconditioners)
Moorton
Mpola
Moorton
Malvern Library
Ntuzuma
Malvern Library
La Lucia Library
Ntuzuma
La Lucia Library
Kwa-Mashu
Mpola
KwaMakutha Library
Kwa-Mashu
KwaMakutha Library
Isipingo Civic
Inchanga
Klaarwater
Inchanga
Inanda
Klaarwater
Inanda
Hambanathi
Isipingo Civic
Grosvener
Hambanathi
Grosvener
Chesterville Ext Library
Durban North
Durban North
Cato Ridge
Cato Ridge
Chesterville Ext Library
Umbilo
Besters Library
Amanzimtoti Library
Besters Library
Amanzimtoti Library
Adams Mission Library
Umbilo
Adams Mission Library
Umzinyathi Library
N1426
N1639
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Worst conditions Assets - Pinetown (lift)
Umzinyathi Library
Worst conditions Assets - Pinetown (lift)
Yes
Worst conditions Assets - Maritime Museum ( boat
Worst
upgrade)
conditions Assets - Maritime Museum ( boat upgrade)
Yes
Yes
Fencing & Paving : Libraries
Fencing & Paving : Libraries
N1638
Yes
N1636
Yes
6
Worst conditions Assets - Malvern (roof; floors)Worst conditions Assets - Malvern (roof; floors)
Program/Project description
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Worst conditions Assets - Marianridge (roof) Worst conditions Assets - Marianridge (roof)
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
Community
Community
Community
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3
Asset Class
201
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
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Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
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3
Asset SubClass
18
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Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
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263
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263
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
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290
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Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
132
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
83
877
–
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
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66
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
219
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
145
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
70
132
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
18
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
175
61
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
9
92
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
132
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
61
175
175
88
175
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
1,200
–
–
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
–
–
–
–
141
221
–
265
–
–
–
847
106
53
–
883
–
–
–
–
–
–
1,148
–
–
106
–
–
–
–
–
–
500
–
–
–
1,000
706
441
63
13
renewal
renewal
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–
–
–
–
–
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–
–
–
–
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251
–
–
–
–
–
1,075
1,358
3,225
500
52
24
60
82
84
29
59
59
49
17
23
18
45
15
71
63
35
46
94
73
89
4
57
62
26
36
24
1
47
25
97
67
45
18
27
100
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
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renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
99,101,
– 27,37,53,91,25,73,18,19,63,9
renewal
–
–
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
5
GPS co-ordinates
Pools & Beaches
Yes
Yes
Umgababa Swimming Pool - New
Umlazi G ( Upgrade of paving around Pool)
Umlazi BB ( Upgrade paving around pool)
Umlazi G ( Upgrade of paving around Pool)
Umlazi BB ( Upgrade paving around pool)
Yes
Yes
–
Yes
Umhlanga Beach Eia, Investigation And Packaging
Umhlanga Beach Eia, Investigation And Packaging
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 40%-60%) Condition
Worst
Index
condition Assets (Cdi 40%-60%) Condition IndexN1649
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 40%-60%) : Umkomaas
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 40%-60%) : Umkomaas
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 40%-60%) : Durban
Worst
Northcondition Assets (Cdi 40%-60%) : Durban North
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 0-40%) Condition Index
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 0-40%) Condition Index
N1651
Yes
Umgababa Beach - upgrade of beach; investigation
Umgababa
of blueBeach
flag status
- upgrade of beach; investigation of blue flag status
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
202
–
Yes
Umdloti Lifeguard Tower : Upgrade as building Umdloti
demolished
Lifeguard Tower : Upgrade as building demolished
Swimming poolsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Swimming poolsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Swimming poolsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Swimming poolsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Swimming poolsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Swimming poolsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
263
–
–
219
–
3,212
–
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 0-40%) Condition Index
Worst-condition
Ablution &
Assets
Shower
(CdiUpgrades
0-40%) Condition
- District 10
Index
(Central
- Ablution
Beaches)
& Shower Yes
Upgrades - DistrictCommunity
10 (Central Beaches)Swimming poolsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
N1619
–
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 0-40%) Condition Index
Worst-condition
Ablution &
Assets
Shower
(CdiUpgrades
0-40%) Condition
- District 7Index
(Brighton
- Ablution
& Ansteys)
& Shower Yes
Upgrades - DistrictCommunity
7 (Brighton & Ansteys)
Swimming poolsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Swimming poolsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
Community
–
1,000
Swimming poolsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Swimming poolsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Swimming poolsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
Swimming poolsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
800
Swimming poolsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Swimming poolsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
439
Swimming poolsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Swimming poolsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
439
Swimming poolsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
439
Swimming poolsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Swimming poolsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
6,833
Swimming poolsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
1,720
Swimming poolsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Swimming poolsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
14,400
Swimming poolsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
439
Swimming poolsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3,000
439
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Swimming poolsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 0-40%) Condition Index
Worst-condition
Ablution &
Assets
Shower
(CdiUpgrades
0-40%) Condition
- District 5Index
(Warner
- Ablution
Beach)& Shower Yes
Upgrades - DistrictCommunity
5 (Warner Beach) Swimming poolsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 0-40%) Condition Index
Worst-condition
Ablution &
Assets
Shower
(CdiUpgrades
0-40%) Condition
- District 1Index
(Westbrook)
- Ablution & Shower Yes
Upgrades - DistrictCommunity
1 (Westbrook)
Amanzimtoti Lifeguard Tower (New)
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 40%-60%) : Central
Worst
paddling
condition
pool Assets (Cdi 40%-60%) : Central paddling pool
Amanzimtoti Lifeguard Tower (New)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Lahee park Pool: Upgrade filtration Plant & tile 25
Lahee
m Pool
park Pool: Upgrade filtration Plant & tile 25 m Pool
Yes
Kwamashu D ( Retile pool and Upgrade filtration
Kwamashu
Plant) D ( Retile pool and Upgrade filtration Plant)
Community
Community
Yes
Isipingo Hills (Upgrade of Filter room, Supervisors
Isipingo
officeHills
and(Upgrade
First Aid) of Filter room, Supervisors office and First Aid)
Umgababa Swimming Pool - New
Community
Reunion Pool ( Upgrade of Filter room; Superviusors
Reunion
Office
Pooland
( Upgrade
First Aid)
of Filter room; Superviusors Office and First Aid)Yes
Community
Yes
Yes
Community
N1476
KwaMashu G Pool (upgrade)
Shallcross Swimming Pool: Rehabilitation
Shallcross Swimming Pool: Rehabilitation
Community
KwaMashu G Pool (upgrade)
Yes
Community
Kingspark pool ( Floodlights)
Kingspark pool ( Floodlights)
N1134
Community
Community
Inanda Pool (New)
Inanda Pool (New)
Yes
Community
Yes
Nagina Pool
Nagina Pool
Yes
Chesterville Pool (Upgrade of Filter room, Supervisors
Chesterville
officePool
and(Upgrade
First Aid) of Filter room, Supervisors office and First Aid)Yes
Buffesdale Pool
Buffesdale Pool
Rachel Finlayson Pool : Turnstile & upgrade of Rachel
staff room,
Finlayson
Supervisors’
Pool : Turnstile
office & upgrade of staff room,
N1728
Supervisors’ office
Yes
Pools & Beaches
273
–
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Worst Condition Assets (Ntuzuma Library - rehabilitation
Worst Condition
of structure,
Assetsvarious)Take
(Ntuzuma Library
money- rehabilitation
from aircons not
of structure,
being done
various)Take
inYes
2015/ money from
Community
aircons not being done
Libraries
in 2015/ Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Libraries
–
–
877
–
–
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
–
–
–
–
441
–
441
–
–
–
–
2,648
–
–
424
–
–
177
177
177
–
–
177
177
11,200
124
441
221
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
657
657
–
4,300
–
4,300
179
358
179
358
4,300
657
358
358
717
717
179
717
717
–
179
896
896
–
717
717
358
–
–
322
358
30,000
–
358
430
97
36
99
26, 99, 90
98
35
58
27
66
97
58
97
26
84
79
18
40
98
90
90
71
79
24
26
55
13
61
26
42
52
17
97
28
City wide
City wide
City wide
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
5
GPS co-ordinates
1,090
Yes
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
Libraries
3
Asset SubClass
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Whetstone Library (Replacement of collapsed roof)
Whetstone Library (Replacement of collapsed roof)
Community
Community
Montlands Relocation
Yes
Community
Montlands Relocation
Community
Comm Soc Serv- Libraries Yes
New central Library (Plant & Equipment)
Kingsburgh- Study Hall, paving & parking, fencing,
Kingsburghre-purposing
Study Hall, paving & parking, fencing,
Commre-purposing
Soc Serv- Libraries Yes
New central Library (Plant & Equipment)
Community
Centralised core collection library book purchases
Centralised core collection library book purchases
Yes
Community
3
Community
6
Asset Class
Comm Soc Serv- Libraries Yes
Library Amphitheatres
Program/Project description
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Rationalisation of Libraries- District 2 & District Rationalisation
9 (pre-feasibility)
of Libraries- District 2 & District
Comm
9 (pre-feasibility)
Soc Serv- Libraries Yes
Library Amphitheatres
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
Community
Umgeni river Bird Park
Amanzimtoti Bird Park
Park Fences
Mitchell Park Zoo (Provision of Cages)
Umgeni river Bird Park
Amanzimtoti Bird Park
Park Fences
Mitchell Park Zoo (Provision of Cages)
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Botanic Gardens ( Infrastructure Upgrade ( Beehive)
Botanic Gardens ( Infrastructure Upgrade ( Beehive)
Sport & Recreation- Parks Yes
Umbilo Park Education centre - Interprtative centre
Umbilo Park Education centre - Interprtative centre
Sport & Recreation- Parks Yes
Trenance Park Nature reserve ( Interprative centre
Trenance
to be provided)
Park Nature reserve ( Interprative centre
Sport &toRecreationbe provided)Parks Yes
Development of Sprinside nature reserve- Interpretative
Development
centre
of to
Sprinside
be built nature reserve- Interpretative
Sport & Recreationcentre to Parks
be builtYes
Natural Resources - Internal Upgrade and provision
Natural
of Resources
Internal roads
- Internal Upgrade and provision
Sport &ofRecreationInternal roads
Parks Yes
Development of newlands Agricultural Hub
Newlands Parks - fibre
Everton Parks - fibre
Inanda Parks - diginet
Amanzimtoti Parks - diginet
Klaarwater Parks - diginet
Kingsburgh Parks - diginet
Trent Road(Clairwood) - diginet
Burman Bush - fibre
Phoenix Parks - fibre
Chatsworth Parks - fibre
Bridgevale Parks - fibre
Development of newlands Agricultural Hub
Newlands Parks - fibre
Everton Parks - fibre
Inanda Parks - diginet
Amanzimtoti Parks - diginet
Klaarwater Parks - diginet
Kingsburgh Parks - diginet
Trent Road(Clairwood) - diginet
Burman Bush - fibre
Phoenix Parks - fibre
Chatsworth Parks - fibre
Bridgevale Parks - fibre
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Roosfontein Nature Reserve Development(eia Roosfontein
; fencing ; Legal
Nature
Compliance)
Reserve Development(eia
Sport
; fencing
& Recreation; Legal Compliance)
Parks Yes
Yes
Community
Sport & Recreation- Parks Yes
Resistance park (upgrade of exisitng )
Resistance park (upgrade of exisitng )
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Yes
Specialised Parks Equipment
Yes
Specialised Parks Equipment
Yes
N1643
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 0-40%) Condition Index
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 0-40%) Condition Index
Yes
Development of new Parks ( Lamontville , KwaMashu
Development
G)
of new Parks ( Lamontville , KwaMashu G)
N1243
Natural Resources (Silverglen)
Natural Resources (Silverglen)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Natural Resources ( Umbilo Eco Centre)
Natural Resources ( Umbilo Eco Centre)
N1236
Yes
Yes
Upgrade of Staff Facilities (Investigate, PackageUpgrade
And Provide)
of Staff Facilities (Investigate, Package And Provide)
N1642
Natural Resources (Isipingo Eco Centre)
Natural Resources (Isipingo Eco Centre)
Upgrade Local Parks - Development of new Parks
Upgrade Local Parks - Development of new Parks
N1155
N1243
Yes
Yes
Community
Randles Nursery (Upgrade Infrastructure And Centralisation
Randles Nursery
of Nurseries)
(Upgrade Infrastructure And Centralisation
N1557of Nurseries)Yes
N1240
Community
Yes
Replacement of Fences Trenance park
Community
Community
Community
Replacement of Fences Trenance park
Yes
Community
Yes
N1581
Yes
Yes
3
Replacement of Fences Natural Resources : New
Replacement
Germany of Fences Natural Resources : New Germany
Bulwer Park
Bulwer Park
N1573
N1480
6
Asset Class
Yes
Japanese Gardens (Durban North)
Japanese Gardens (Durban North)
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Replacement of Fences Natural Resources : Silver
Replacement
Glen of Fences Natural Resources : Silver Glen
Parks
How Long Park
How Long Park
Program/Project description
Parks
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
203
5
GPS co-ordinates
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
–
–
–
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
–
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
3,510
1,248
1,700
3,510
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
351
–
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
439
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
263
439
200
263
–
–
–
–
877
–
1,200
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
3,178
1,412
1,766
3,531
684
266
400
–
706
400
–
1,059
–
500
400
1,000
2,722
1,180
1,766
86
27
City wide
97
36
25
53
21
70
33
36
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
76
70
32
renewal
renewal
renewal
18
18
18
54
54
54
54
54
54
54
54
1,792
1,433
1,792
1,792
251
1,075
179
1,075
1,433
1,792
–
62
71
48
27
66
97
15
97
56
10
37
34
21
8
59
32
27
24
32
City wide
City wide
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
76, 66, 68, 46 renewal
1,433
35, 24, 61, 48, 28, 18,renewal
33
358
–
358
77,1,792
103, 7, 102, 23, 64,100,93,57,72
renewal
358
358
–
717
717
430
430
–
1,792
717
717
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Swimming poolsLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3
Asset SubClass
Yes
Coronation Cemetery
Craigieburn Cemetery
Delhoo Lane Cemetery
Dudley Street Cemetery
Emalangeni Cemetery
Etafuleni Cemetery
Everest Heights Cemetery
Folweni Cemetery
Hillary 1 Cemetery
Hillary 2 Cemetery
Illfracombe Cemetery
Inanda Regional Cemetery
Inanda Seminary Cemetery
Coronation Cemetery
Craigieburn Cemetery
Delhoo Lane Cemetery
Dudley Street Cemetery
Emalangeni Cemetery
Etafuleni Cemetery
Everest Heights Cemetery
Folweni Cemetery
Hillary 1 Cemetery
Hillary 2 Cemetery
Illfracombe Cemetery
Inanda Regional Cemetery
Inanda Seminary Cemetery
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Cliffdale Cemetery
Marianwood Nature Reserve - none
Marianwood Nature Reserve - none
Yes
Cliffdale Cemetery
Silverglen Nursery - noen
Silverglen Nursery - noen
Yes
Cleremont Public Cemetery
Silverglen Nature Reserve - non dial up
Silverglen Nature Reserve - non dial up
Yes
Cleremont Public Cemetery
Amanzimtoti Bird Park - none
Amanzimtoti Bird Park - none
Yes
Christiannenburg Cemetery
Virginia Bush Nature Reserve - none
Virginia Bush Nature Reserve - none
Yes
Christiannenburg Cemetery
Bridgevale Nursery -None dial up)
Bridgevale Nursery -None dial up)
Yes
Cavendish Cemetery
Pigeon Valley - fiber
Pigeon Valley - fiber
Yes
Ashley Cemetery
Asherville Parks - fiber
Asherville Parks - fiber
Yes
Cavendish Cemetery
Hutchison Parks - fiber
Hutchison Parks - fiber
Yes
Ashley Cemetery
Umlazi Parks - fibre
Umlazi Parks - fibre
Yes
Springside Nature Reserve - none
Paradise Valley - fibre
Paradise Valley - fibre
Yes
Springside Nature Reserve - none
Randels Nursery - fibre
Randels Nursery - fibre
Yes
Yes
Brickhill Parks - fibre
Brickhill Parks - fibre
Yes
Palmiet Nature Reserve - none
Lahee Park - fibre
Lahee Park - fibre
Yes
Palmiet Nature Reserve - none
Mitchell Park - fibre
Mitchell Park - fibre
Yes
Yes
Yes
6
Yes
Westville Parks - fibre
Westville Parks - fibre
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
New Germany Nature Reserve - none dial up New Germany Nature Reserve - none dial up
Truro Road Parks - fibre
Westville Natural Resources - fibre
Truro Road Parks - fibre
Program/Project description
Westville Natural Resources - fibre
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
3
Asset Class
204
5
GPS co-ordinates
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
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Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
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Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
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Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
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Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
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Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
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Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
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Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
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Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
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18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
56
56
99
65
65
95
58
59
6
73
93
99
71
103
19
21
71
16
8
18
16
13
69
69
97
35
62
33
30
97
78
16
25
25
16
27
24
29
28
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3
Asset SubClass
Lovu B Cemetery
Lovu C Section Cemetery
Lower Langerfontein Cemetery
Lovu B Cemetery
Lovu C Section Cemetery
Lower Langerfontein Cemetery
Newlands East Cemetery
Ntuzuma Cemetery
Old Fort Cemetery
Pinetown South Cemetery
Queensburgh Cemetery
Red Hill Cemetery
Shallcross Cemetery
St Wendolins Cemetery
Stellawood Cemetery
Thornwood Cemetery
Tongaat Central Cemetery
Tongaat Regional Cemetery
Umbhedula Cemetery
Umgababa Cemetery
Umgeni Cemetery
Umhlanga Local
Umkomaas Memorial Park Cemetery
Umkomaas Village Cemetery
Umlazi S Cemetery
Umlazi T Cemetery
Newlands East Cemetery
Ntuzuma Cemetery
Old Fort Cemetery
Pinetown South Cemetery
Queensburgh Cemetery
Red Hill Cemetery
Shallcross Cemetery
St Wendolins Cemetery
Stellawood Cemetery
Thornwood Cemetery
Tongaat Central Cemetery
Tongaat Regional Cemetery
Umbhedula Cemetery
Umgababa Cemetery
Umgeni Cemetery
Umhlanga Local
Umkomaas Memorial Park Cemetery
Umkomaas Village Cemetery
Umlazi S Cemetery
Umlazi T Cemetery
Mophela Cemetery
Lotus Cemetery
Lotus Cemetery
Mophela Cemetery
Loon Road Cemetery
Loon Road Cemetery
Mobeni Heights Cemetery
Lamontville Gijima Cemetery
Lamontville Gijima Cemetery
Mobeni Heights Cemetery
Lamontville Cemetery
Lamontville Cemetery
Merebank Cemetery
KwanDengezi Cemetery
KwanDengezi Cemetery
Merebank Cemetery
Kwamashu Cemetery
Kwamashu Cemetery
Magabeni Cemetery
Kwamakhutha Cemetery
Kwamakhutha Cemetery
Mayville Cemetery
KwaDabeka Cemetery
KwaDabeka Cemetery
Mayville Cemetery
Klaarwater Cemetery
Klaarwater Cemetery
Magabeni Cemetery
Kenilworth Cemetery
Kings Road Cemetery
Kenilworth Cemetery
Program/Project description
Kings Road Cemetery
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
Project
number
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
6
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
3
Asset Class
205
5
GPS co-ordinates
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
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Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
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Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
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Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
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Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
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Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
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Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
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Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
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Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
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Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
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Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
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Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
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Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
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Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
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Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
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Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
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–
–
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Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
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–
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18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
88
88
99
99
58
32
98
15
61
61
14
33
16
71
35
16
16
27
45
34
5
68
67
24
99
9
98
98
89
30
74
74
14
40
96
22
19
16
25
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3
Asset SubClass
Nhlosenhle (S)
Nhlosenhle 2 (G)
Masicebisane Agri group 1
Masisizane 2
Magaba
Siyeza garden
Hlengimpilo
Siyathuthuka
Amandla Oluhlaza
Thulubukele
Buhlebemvelo
Nhlosenhle 2 (G)
Masicebisane Agri group 1
Masisizane 2
Magaba
Siyeza garden
Hlengimpilo
Siyathuthuka
Amandla Oluhlaza
Thulubukele
Buhlebemvelo
Zuzumqhele
Zuzumqhele
Nhlosenhle (S)
Fredville Farming
Gift of Service
Gift of Service
Zethembe
Siyajabula
Siyajabula
Zethembe
Phaphamani 4
Phaphamani 4
Fredville Farming
Lindelani
Lindokuhle
Silindelokuhle garden
Silindelokuhle garden
Lindokuhle
Pezukomkhona
Pezukomkhona
Lindelani
Fish Ponds
Zamokuhle 5
Zamokuhle 5
Bhobhonono
Community Gardens
Community Gardens
Bhobhonono
Umbumbulu Hub Upgrade
Umbumbulu Hub Upgrade
Fish Ponds
Marianridge Hub Upgrade
Marianridge Hub Upgrade
Yes
P7371
P9619
P9618
P9617
P9613
P9611
P9610
P9609
P9608
P9607
P9606
P9605
P9604
P9628
P7374
P7373
P7372
Hubs upgrade
Hubs upgrade
Inchanga Hub Upgrade
Agriculture
Agriculture
Newlands Hub Upgrade
Woodview Cemetery
Woodview Cemetery
Inchanga Hub Upgrade
Woodview Cemetery
Woodview Cemetery
Newlands Hub Upgrade
Yes
Wick Street Cemetery
Wick Street Cemetery
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
West Street Cemetery
Westville Cemetery
6
West Street Cemetery
Program/Project description
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Westville Cemetery
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
3
Asset Class
206
5
GPS co-ordinates
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Long = 30°56'19.924"Lat = 29°45'32.362"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
300
250
200
300
250
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
250
300
300
350
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
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300
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
200
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Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
200
300
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
250
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
250
200
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
200
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250
237
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439
439
439
439
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–
–
–
–
–
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
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–
–
–
–
–
–
–
221
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265
–
–
265
–
–
–
–
265
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441
441
441
441
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–
–
–
–
90
–
107
–
–
107
–
–
–
–
107
–
–
–
179
179
179
179
–
18
18
18
18
18
38
37
17
14
9
8
7
7
6
5
5
5
4
4
3
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
4
100
15
37
4
50
50
58
24
26
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Parks & gardensLong = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
3
Asset SubClass
Sports Facilities
Sports Facilities
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
N1586
-30.208156, 30.782581
–
1,755
1,316
Yes
Ablution Changeroom Facilities
Imvaba (Amatikwe)
Ablution Changeroom Facilities
Imvaba (Amatikwe)
Yes
Yes
Stadium Upgrades (queensmead,Rotary ,Glebelands)
Stadium Upgrades (queensmead,Rotary ,Glebelands)
N1524
Yes
Fencing : Sports Facillities(klaarwater,clarrmont)
Fencing : Sports Facillities(klaarwater,clarrmont)
Community
Community
Community
Community
207
Sportsfields & stadiaLong = 30°56'17.27"Lat = 29°41'10.967"
Sportsfields & stadiaLong = 30°40'54.545"Lat = 29°44'24.435"
Sportsfields & stadiaLong = 30°56'20.41"Lat = 29°57'39.748"
Sportsfields & stadiaLong = 30°50'38.947"Lat = 29°54'3.178"
600
–
–
400
3,159
Sportsfields & stadiaLong = 30°58'37.005"Lat = 29°44'48.527"
Sportsfields & stadiaLong = 31°1'59.033"Lat = 29°51'31.088"
1,500
1,316
Long = 30°40'54.545"Lat = 29°44'24.435"
–
200
Sportsfields & stadiaLong = 30°59'26.606"Lat = 29°52'42.42"
Long = 30°40'54.545"Lat = 29°44'24.435"
Long = 30°40'54.545"Lat = 29°44'24.435"
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 40%-60%) condition
Worst
Index
condition
(JL Dube
Assets
Stadium,
(Cdi Menzi
40%-60%)
Sportsfield,
condition
KwaGijima
IndexN1658
(JLSportsfield,
Dube Stadium,
Chesterville
Yes
Menzi Sportsfield,
S
Community
KwaGijima Sportsfield,
Sportsfields
Chesterville
& stadiaLong
S
= 30°40'54.545"Lat = 29°44'24.435"
Community
Community
Community
–
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
250
300
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
-30.208156, 30.782581
250
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
200
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
200
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
200
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
–
250
614
Yes
Yes
Yes
Community
–
300
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
–
200
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
300
200
200
–
200
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
–
–
1,412
–
1,766
1,059
3,178
7,000
–
–
7,000
–
–
265
–
265
–
–
221
177
–
265
221
–
–
265
309
–
–
265
177
–
–
–
–
265
–
55, 99, 29
46
101
33
7, 4,100
100
100
99
99
98
98
96
96
96
96
95
95
95
95
94
94
94
91
89
84
59
56
46
46
44
44
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
–
3,583
10,749
–
56
99,29
39,33,76
17,22
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
1,792 16, 74,20,55,24,82renewal
1,792 43, 91,77,94,15 renewal
1,433
7,166
–
1,792
3,583
107
–
107
–
107
–
–
90
72
–
107
90
–
–
107
125
–
–
–
72
–
–
–
–
107
–
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
5
GPS co-ordinates
2,753
N1654
N1525
Yes
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
3
Asset SubClass
Sportsfields & stadiaLong = 30°40'54.545"Lat = 29°44'24.435"
Kwa Mashu section E : Cricket Ground
N1584
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
3
Asset Class
Development of Local Sports Facilities(Ntuzuma,Mpumalanga,
Development of Welbedacht,
Local Sports Umkhumbi
Facilities(Ntuzuma,Mpumalanga,
Sportsfield, Delani
N1435
Sportsfield)
Welbedacht,
YesUmkhumbi Sportsfield,
Community
Delani Sportsfield)
Sportsfields & stadiaLong = 30°51'51.297"Lat = 30°1'43.332"
Cato Crest ground toilet
Kwa Mashu section E : Cricket Ground
Cato Crest ground toilet
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 0-40%) Condition Index
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 0-40%) Condition Index
Umbilo Congella Sports Facility
Umbilo Congella Sports Facility
Rural Areas: New Sport Facilities(inchanga,Ntamntengwayo,Umbumbulu)
Rural Areas: New Sport Facilities(inchanga,Ntamntengwayo,Umbumbulu)
N1711
Yes
Ekuthuleni Club Garden
Ekuthuleni Club Garden
Yes
Siyaphambile
Qiniselani Nempilo garden
Siyaphambile
Siyaphemba
Siyaphemba
Qiniselani Nempilo garden
Yes
Esigodini
Esigodini
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Vukuzibambele
P9624
Vukuzibambele
Sicelusizo
Sicelusizo
Yes
Osizweni garden
Zimiseleni
Zimiseleni
P9623
Osizweni garden
Masibambane-mhlalantombi
Masibambane-mhlalantombi
Yes
Ukukhanya Kwezwe School
Isisekelo Sempilo
Isisekelo Sempilo
Yes
Yes
Masikhuthazane
Qedindlala
Qedindlala
Yes
Yes
Ukukhanya Kwezwe School
Qedindlala
Qedindlala
P9622
Masikhuthazane
Siphikeleli
Siphikeleli
Vukani
Siyaphambile
Siyaphambile
Yes
Buhlebenkanyiso Club
Simunye
Simunye
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
6
Buhlebenkanyiso Club
Siqophumlando B (Ogunjini)
Siqophumlando B (Ogunjini)
P9620
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Vukani
Usizolomphakathi
Sesiphapheme
Sesiphapheme
Zikhwepha zendoda
Zikhwepha zendoda
Usizolomphakathi
Sisonke
Bongokuhle
Sisonke
Program/Project description
Bongokuhle
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
N1141
N1749
Yes
Yes
Point Water Front District For Art Studios And Performing
Point WaterArtFront
Centres
District For Art Studios And PerformingNew
Art Centres
Kwa-Dabeka Amphi Theatre Upgrade
Yes
Yes
CCTV Cameras(DAG,LHM,NSM)
KwaMuhle Visitors Centre (Planning)
Maritime Museum- Extend Exhibition Space
eThekwini Art Prize (DAG)
CCTV Cameras(DAG,LHM,NSM)
KwaMuhle Visitors Centre (Planning)
Maritime Museum- Extend Exhibition Space
eThekwini Art Prize (DAG)
Yes
Yes
Community
Community
Community
208
Museums & Art Galleries
Long = 31°2'12.424"Lat = 29°49'48.885"
–
–
Museum of Education (Council)
Museum of Education (Council)
Yes
Museums & Art Galleries
Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
456
Museums & Art Galleries
Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
KwaMuhle Museum- Underpinning
KwaMuhle Museum- Underpinning
House Museums (Invetigation & Concepts for exhibitions)
House Museums (Invetigation & Concepts for exhibitions)
–
2,000
Museums & Art Galleries
Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
Community
Museums & Art Galleries
Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
Yes
LHM Tech Centre- Staff Accommodation
–
NSM Research Centre- Preparatory Rooms:New
NSM
Generator
Research
& Shelter,
Centre- Parkhome,
PreparatoryWalk-in
Rooms:New
Freezer
Generator & Shelter, Parkhome,
Yes
Walk-in Freezer
Community
Museums & Art Galleries
Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
–
–
Museums & Art Galleries
Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
Museums & Art Galleries
Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
–
–
877
Museums & Art Galleries
Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
Museums & Art Galleries
Long = 30°56'19.924"Lat = 29°45'32.362"
Museums & Art Galleries
Long = 31°1'18.625"Lat = 29°51'31.249"
–
–
Museums & Art Galleries
Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
–
Museums & Art Galleries
Long = 30°54'46.956"Lat = 29°46'5.761"
–
Museums & Art Galleries
Long = 31°2'12.424"Lat = 29°49'48.885"
Museums & Art GalleriesLong = 30°58'59.998"Lat = 29°45'0"
–
–
Museums & Art GalleriesLong = 30°38'13.199"Lat = 29°49'1.2"
Museums & Art Galleries
Long = 31°2'12.424"Lat = 29°49'48.885"
614
Museums & Art GalleriesLong = 30°38'13.199"Lat = 29°49'1.2"
–
–
Museums & Art GalleriesLong = 30°58'6.934"Lat = 29°51'41.4"
Museums & Art Galleries
Long = 31°1'33.657"Lat = 29°51'31.025"
734
21,546
–
981
660
1,000
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
7,500
–
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
7,166
–
–
–
3,000
–
310
–
–
200
–
1,075
358
–
–
–
–
4,000
–
4,600
26,368
3,583
–
1,792
–
–
–
3,582
–
1,792
1,792
1,792
1,792
1,792
1,792
1,792
2,997
200
9,000
–
–
–
1,589
–
1,500
–
221
5,141
3,531
3,531
700
3,531
1,500
4,892
25,600
2,000
8,336
10,000
–
4,491
2,119
3,000
1,600
494
494
494
494
494
494
494
7,500
–
26
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
38
76
28
20
26
41
28
26
6,91
28
29
29
29
28
55,26,30
26
61
6
1
32
64
28
18
65
26
61
New
New
renewal
New
New
renewal
New
New
New
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
New
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
New
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
New
renewal
renewal
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Museums & Art GalleriesLong = 30°58'6.934"Lat = 29°51'41.4"
Museums & Art GalleriesLong = 30°58'6.934"Lat = 29°51'41.4"
Museums & Art Galleries
Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
Museums & Art Galleries
Long = 31°2'12.424"Lat = 29°49'48.885"
Museums & Art Galleries
Long = 31°2'12.424"Lat = 29°49'48.885"
Sportsfields & stadiaLong = 31°3'33.511"Lat = 29°39'54.727"
Sportsfields & stadia Long = 30°38'13.199"Lat = 29°49'1.2"
Sportsfields & stadia Long = 30°39'47.264"Lat = 29°39'7.28"
Sportsfields & stadiaLong = 31°0'50.966"Lat = 29°51'55.297"
Sportsfields & stadiaLong = 30°57'5.396"Lat = 29°55'41.412"
Sportsfields & stadia Long = 30°1'2.166"Lat = 29°51'6.449"
Sportsfields & stadiaLong = 30°51'21.841"Lat = 29°48'33.098"
Sportsfields & stadiaLong = 30°58'25.503"Lat = 29°51'46.444"
Sportsfields & stadiaLong = 31°1'18.625"Lat = 29°51'31.249"
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
Community
5
GPS co-ordinates
Sportsfields & stadiaLong = 31°3'33.511"Lat = 29°39'54.727"
3
Asset SubClass
LHM Tech Centre- Staff Accommodation
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
INK Creative Art Centre( Landscaping & Beautification)
INK Creative Art Centre( Landscaping & Beautification)
N1722
Mxenge Museum
Mxenge Museum
Yes
Stables Theatre: Fencing & Construction of Amphi
Stables
Theatre
Theatre:
With Fencing
Stage & Construction of Amphi Theatre
New
With Stage
New
Yes
Kwa_Mashu K Cap Campus & Sourrounds Cultural
Kwa_Mashu
PrecinctK Cap Campus & Sourrounds Cultural Precinct
New
Kwa-Dabeka Amphi Theatre Upgrade
Yes
City Hall Cultural/Playhouse/Bat Centre CulturalCity
Precinct
Hall Cultural/Playhouse/Bat Centre Cultural PrecinctNew
Yes
Yes
Rivertown Cultural Precinct
Yes
Yes
New
Mpumalanga Heritage Centre
Rivertown Cultural Precinct
Mpumalanga Heritage Centre
N1354
Community
Cato Manor Museum (Plant & Equimen)
Natural Science Museum : Development
Natural Science Museum : Development
Community
Cato Manor Museum (Plant & Equimen)
Community
Community
Community
Community
Yes
N1340
Cato Manor Museum (Council )
Cato Manor Museum (Council )
Yes
Yes
Yes
Cato Manor Museum (development of Exhibitions
Cato
forManor
new heritage
Museumfacility)
(development of Exhibitions for new heritage facility)Yes
N1235
N1640
N1610
Port Natal Maritime Museum Rehabilitation of ships
Port Natal Maritime Museum Rehabilitation of ships
Provision of Liberation Route Nodes
Provision of Liberation Route Nodes
Community
Waterloo Indoor Sports Centre public donationWaterloo Indoor Sports Centre public donation
Museums & Art Galleries
Community
Reconceptualisation and redevelopment of Mpumalanga
Reconceptualisation
Stadium And
andPrecinct
redevelopment of Mpumalanga Stadium And Precinct
Yes
Collections Storage Facility
Community
Reconceptualisation and redevelopment of Kwaximba
Reconceptualisation
Sports And Precinct
and redevelopment of Kwaximba Sports And Precinct
Yes
Collections Storage Facility
Community
Yes
Reconceptualisation and redevelopment of Albert
Reconceptualisation
Park Precinct
and redevelopment of Albert Park Precinct
Museums & Art Galleries
Community
Yes
Reconceptualisation and redevelopment of Woodlands
Reconceptualisation
Sports Cluband redevelopment of Woodlands Sports Club
Yes
Community
Reconceptualisation and redevelopment of Wmca
Reconceptualisation
Precinct, Beatriceand
Street
redevelopment of Wmca Precinct, Beatrice Street
Yes
N1141
Community
Community
Community
Community
3
Asset Class
Yes
Yes
Yes
6
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Reconceptualisation and redevelopment of Lahee
Reconceptualisation
Park Precinct,Pinetown
and redevelopment of Lahee Park Precinct,PinetownYes
Reconceptualisation and redevelopment of Mandene
Reconceptualisation
Park
and redevelopment of Mandene Park
Durban Soccer Academy
Waterloo Indoor Sports Centre (council funding)Waterloo Indoor Sports Centre (council funding)
Program/Project description
Project
number
Durban Soccer Academy
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
Safty and Sercurity Services
Program/Project description
Project
number
Yes
6
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
3
Asset Class
Yes
Other Assets
Emergency Services System (Ess)
Emergency Services System (Ess)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Security Management - New Facilities
Furniture, Plant & Equipment
Security Management - New Facilities
Furniture, Plant & Equipment
-29.776159,31.035067
Other Buildings
209
Other Buildings
-29.851346,31.023856
-29.851346,31.023856
360
6,200
1,755
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
2,000
1,579
1,579
18,027
14,560
16,715
1,190
1,658
Furniture and other office equipment-29.8520889,31.0104744
Other Assets
Site to be finalised
Site to be finalised
3,067
3,510
2,632
Fire, safety & emergency
Fire, safety & emergency
Fire, safety & emergency
-29.988491, 30.822009
Site to be finalised
Fire, safety & emergency
-29.946287,30.954234
-29.7963546,30.79387913
Fire, safety & emergency
Other Assets
Yes
-29.791535,30.662605
-29.8520889,31.0104744
Fire, safety & emergency
Fire, safety & emergency
Fire, safety & emergency
Fire, safety & emergency
Fire, safety & emergency
-29.8520889,31.0104744
-30.00357861,30.92873778
Fire, safety & emergency
-29.736657, 30.579048
-30.208156, 30.782581
-29.649233, 31.043158
Specialised vehicles - Fire
Fire, safety & emergency
Fire, safety & emergency
Fire, safety & emergency
-30.09065983,30.82659512
Fire, safety & emergency
Fire, safety & emergency
-29.8520889,31.0104744
-30.09065983,30.82659512
Fire, safety & emergency
–
800
–
Fire, safety & emergency
Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
Fire, safety & emergency
Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
–
–
–
15,126
–
Fire, safety & emergency
Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
Fire, safety & emergency
Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
Fire, safety & emergency
Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
Fire, safety & emergency
Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
Fire, safety & emergency
Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
–
–
Fire, safety & emergency
Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
Fire, safety & emergency
Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
5,000
Fire, safety & emergency
Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
–
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
–
–
1,766
1,412
6,180
4,429
1,500
1,500
1,600
–
–
565
–
–
19,040
–
–
16,000
1,766
–
2,800
–
–
–
–
–
–
11,631
–
–
–
–
3,200
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
6,500
500
1,600
12,000
4,000
18,000
–
–
12,000
10,000
–
4,000
–
420
1,890
1,260
1,470
1,050
1,680
1,260
1,680
1,470
630
530
Internal
Internal
Internal
27
11
44
95
102
75
10
36
City wide
4
90
Internal
1
99
58
98
98
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
18
renewal
renewal
New
New
New
New
New
New
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
New
New
New
New
renewal
renewal
New
renewal
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
-29.8469322,31.0249691
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
5
GPS co-ordinates
Fire, safety & emergency
Long = 30°51'21.841"Lat = 29°48'33.098"
3
Asset SubClass
Building Refurbishment / Upgrade - Room 301 Building
& Room Refurbishment
323, City Engineer'S
/ Upgrade
Bldg,- HR
Room
Department
301 & Room
I0007.74180
323, City Engineer'S
YesBldg, HR Department
Other Assets
Upgrade of the Old Canteen Building - Decentralisation
Upgrade of
of Payoll
the Old Canteen Building - Decentralisation
I0004.74180
of Payoll
CORPORATE & HUMAN RESOURCES CLUSTER
CORPORATE & HUMAN RESOURCES CLUSTER
Yes
Riverhorse Valley Fire Station (Land and Project
Riverhorse
Packaging)
Valley Fire Station (Land and Project Packaging)
Yes
Yes
Inanda Fire Station (Land and Project Packaging)
Inanda Fire Station (Land and Project Packaging)
N1608
Yes
Folweni Fire Station (Land and Project Packaging)
Folweni Fire Station (Land and Project Packaging)
Other Assets
Other Assets
Yes
Yes
Renovations and alterations (Mobeni)
Renovations and alterations (Mobeni)
Cornubia Fire Station (Project Packaging) Cornubia Fire Station (Project Packaging)
Renovations and alterations (Gillits)
Other Assets
Other Assets
Yes
Yes
Renovations and alterations (Durban North)Renovations and alterations (Durban North)
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Renovations and alterations (Gillits)
Renovations and alterations (Brigades)
Renovations and alterations (Hammarsdale)Renovations and alterations (Hammarsdale)
Renovations and alterations (Brigades)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Specialist Support Vehicles - Fire
N1163/C2103
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Renovations and alterations (Prospecton) Renovations and alterations (Prospecton)
Specialist Support Vehicles - Fire
Cato Ridge Fire Station (Permanent Fire Station)
Cato Ridge Fire Station (Permanent Fire Station)
N1506
N1520/C1787/C2328
N1505
Fire and Emergency - Training Facility
Umkomaas Fire Station (Permanent Facility)Umkomaas Fire Station (Permanent Facility)
Fire and Emergency - Training Facility
Fire and Emergency - Training Facility
Verulam Fire Station (Permanent Facility) Verulam Fire Station (Permanent Facility)
Fire Fighting Equipment at Depots
Fire and Emergency - Training Facility
Fire Fighting Equipment at Depots
4.1.4 To reduce the Incidence and Severity
4.1.4
of Fire
To reduce
and Other
the Incidence
Emergencies
and Severity of Fire and Other Emergencies
Yes
N1549
Yes
Yes
Ink Initiative CCTV System
Ink Initiative CCTV System
N1714
Yes
Yes
Yes
Installation of Long Range Night Vision AndInstallation
Thermal Imaging
of LongCameras
Range Night Vision And Thermal Imaging
N1720
Cameras
N1719
N1718
Other Assets
Wireless Communication
Reinstatement of The Fire Optic Cable Infrastructure
Reinstatement of The Fire Optic Cable Infrastructure
N1716
N1534
Other Assets
Wireless Communication
Disaster Management CCTV System
Yes
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
CCTV
N1721
Yes
Yes
Expansion of CCTV Network In AccordanceExpansion
with CrimeofTrends
CCTV and
Network
Statistics
In Accordance with Crime Trends
N1717
and StatisticsYes
CCTV
Disaster Management CCTV System
Replacement of CCTV Equipment
N1535
Other Assets
Replacement of CCTV Equipment
Command Vehicle
Yes
Pinetown CCTV Control Centre
Command Vehicle
Pinetown CCTV Control Centre
4.1.3. Promoting Safety of Communities within
4.1.3. Promoting
the EMA inSafety
support
of of
Communities
Emergency within
and Essential
the EMAServices
in support of Emergency
Yes
and Essential Services
Safty and Sercurity Services
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
Yes
Training Academy
Plant & equipment
Airconditiong units - Training Centres
Parkhome Clinic - Grove End
Renovations of Existing Clinic
Computer equipment
Office Renovations - 8th floor Shellhouse
Training Academy
Plant & equipment
Airconditiong units - Training Centres
Parkhome Clinic - Grove End
Renovations of Existing Clinic
Computer equipment
Office Renovations - 8th floor Shellhouse
Yes
G1007
G1007
G1007
G1008
Records Management System Software
Upgrade / Replacement of Pipes
Auditorium Floor Replacement
Auditorium Stage lights Upgrade
CCTV Upgrade
P A System Upgrade
Plant and Equipment (City hall)
Community Participation
Cpas Blocksum
Poverty Alleviation-CPAS
Vulnerable Groups-CPAS
Plant and Equipment (CPAS)
Sizakala Customer Service
New Sizakala Cenre at Queensburgh
Records Management System Software
Upgrade / Replacement of Pipes
Auditorium Floor Replacement
Auditorium Stage lights Upgrade
CCTV Upgrade
P A System Upgrade
Plant and Equipment (City hall)
Community Participation
Cpas Blocksum
Poverty Alleviation-CPAS
Vulnerable Groups-CPAS
Plant and Equipment (CPAS)
Sizakala Customer Service
New Sizakala Cenre at Queensburgh
CPAS02
CPAS01
CPAS1
G1009
G1004
G1006
G1001
City Hall Roof replacement
Council Chambers
City Hall Roof replacement
G1006
G1001
G1002
Council Chambers
Records Repository
Archive Storage Warehouse
Upgrading of Airconditioning
Records Repository
Upgrading of Airconditioning
Wheelchair Ramps At All 3 Entrances
Archive Storage Warehouse
Wheelchair Ramps At All 3 Entrances
City Hall
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Governance
City Hall
Governance
Yes
Access Control - 8th floor Shellhouse & 7th floorAccess
WinderControl
Street - 8th floor Shellhouse & 7th floor Winder Street
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Skills Development Unit Yes
1.73250.12745
I0010.74180
Yes
Yes
Kloof training centre
Kloof training centre
I0010.74180
Buildings & Additions/Improvem - OccupationalBuildings
Health & Additions/Improvem - Occupational Health
I0008.74180
Yes
Yes
Access Control - HR Shell House
I0011.74180
Access Control - HR Shell House
Yes
Building Renovations 4Th Floor Shell House- HR:
Building
PolicyRenovations
& Admin 4Th Floor Shell House- HR: Policy & Admin
office Renovations - HR Services - 10th floor Shellhouse
office Renovations - HR Services - 10th floor Shellhouse
I0012.74180
Other Assets
210
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
3
Yes
6
Asset Class
Building Renovations 7Th Floor Shell House- Human
BuildingResources
Renovations 7Th Floor Shell House- HumanI0017.74180
Resources
Program/Project description
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Building Renovations - Various HR- Trading Services
Buildingand
Renovations
H&SI offices
- Various HR- Trading Services and H&SI offices Yes
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
-29.859122,31.027806
-29.859122,31.027805
Other Buildings Long = 30°51'.47.051"Lat = 29°48'.29.52.02"
–
898
–
–
Long = 30°51'.47.051"Lat = 29°48'.29.52.02"
2,194
Long = 30°51'.47.051"Lat = 29°48'.29.52.02"
Plant & equipmentLong = 30°51'.47.051"Lat = 29°48'.29.52.02"
Other
Other
Long = 30°51'.47.051"Lat = 29°48'.29.52.02"
351
Plant & equipment Long = 31°1'.31.942"Lat = 29°51'.29.282"
Other
–
–
–
–
369
1,984
–
Other Buildings Long = 31°1'.31.942"Lat = 29°51'.29.282"
Other Buildings Long = 31°1'.31.942"Lat = 29°51'.29.282"
Other Buildings Long = 31°1'.31.942"Lat = 29°51'.29.282"
Other Buildings Long = 31°1'.31.942"Lat = 29°51'.29.282"
Other Buildings Long = 31°1'.31.942"Lat = 29°51'.29.282"
Other Buildings Long = 31°1'.31.942"Lat = 29°51'.29.282"
Other Buildings Long = 31°1'.31.942"Lat = 29°51'.29.282"
384
948
Other Buildings Long = 31°1'.31.942"Lat = 29°51'.29.282"
1,000
Other Buildings Long = 31°1'.31.942"Lat = 29°51'.29.282"
8,335
1,184
100
290
300
–
–
–
1,190
600
6,100
360
–
100
100
–
1,500
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
–
995
–
–
1,324
220
–
–
–
–
–
1,324
–
–
1,324
–
3,090
883
100
–
500
–
1,100
–
1,000
1,000
669
–
340
–
–
90
–
412
41
825
1,650
–
2,062
619
1,650
412
825
825
–
825
–
4,124
–
2,474
1,650
–
–
500
500
1,000
300
1,000
1,000
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
63 and 65
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
new
new
new
new
new
new
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
new
new
new
renewal
new
new
new
new
new
renewal
renewal
new
renewal
renewal
renewal
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Other Buildings Long = 30°49'.59.998"Lat = 29°46'.59.999"
Other Buildings Long = 31°1'.31.942"Lat = 29°51'.29.282"
Other Buildings Long = 31°1'.31.942"Lat = 29°51'.29.282"
Other Buildings
Other Buildings
-29.860902,31.029403
-29.859122,31.027802
Other Buildings
-29.860902,31.029403
-29.860902,31.029403
-29.859122,31.027802
-29.851346,31.023856
-29.860902,31.029403
-29.860902,31.029403
-29.859122,31.027805
-29.859122,31.027804
-29.859122,31.027803
-29.859122,31.027802
-29.851346,31.023856
5
GPS co-ordinates
Plant & equipment
Other Buildings
Other Buildings
Other Buildings
Other Buildings
Other Buildings
Other Buildings
Other Buildings
Other Buildings
Other Buildings
Other Buildings
Other Buildings
3
Asset SubClass
Yes
Yes
Metro Police Hawkers Section Satelite
Refurbishment of Queensburgh Pound
Refurbishment of Isipingo Pound
Refurbishment of Verulam Pound
Additional purchase of 10 Horses
Metro Police Hawkers Section Satelite
Refurbishment of Queensburgh Pound
Refurbishment of Isipingo Pound
Refurbishment of Verulam Pound
Additional purchase of 10 Horses
Zonal Plans - Blocksum
Zonal Plans - Blocksum
Desktop Infra: Desktop Tools
Datacente Infra: Enviromentals
Datacente Infra: Enviromentals
Performance Management Solution
Performance Management Solution
Telephony
Video Conferencing
Video Conferencing
Telephony
Enterprise Architecture
Enterprise Architecture
Desktop Infra: Desktop Tools
Infrastructure management tools
Implement Cobit/Itil
Implement Cobit/Itil
O1010
O1067
O1071
O1062
O1020
O1058
O1056
O1059
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Infrastructure management tools
Yes
O1002
Customer relationship management
Customer relationship management
Yes
Radio Comm. Infrast. - Highsite Accom. Enhan Radio
- Marlight
Comm. Infrast. - Highsite Accom. Enhan - Marlight
O3013
Information Technology
Plant & Equipment
Plant & Equipment
Information Technology
Yes
Additional purchase of 20 New Dogs
Additional purchase of 20 New Dogs
Yes
Yes
Refurbishment of Metro Police Gym In All Regions
Refurbishment of Metro Police Gym In All Regions
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
New Khuzimpi Shezi
New Khuzimpi Shezi
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Refurbishment Fo Horse Unit
Refurbishment Fo Horse Unit
Yes
Yes
Installation of New Animal Pound at Outer West
Installation of New Animal Pound at Outer West
METRO POLICE
METRO POLICE
OFFICE OF THE CITY MANAGER
Plant and Equipment -IGR
Plant and Equipment -IGR
Plant and Equipment (Communications)
International Geographic Relations
International Geographic Relations
Plant and Equipment (Communications)
Yes
Yes
Plant and Equipment (Regional Centres)
Plant and Equipment (Regional Centres)
Communication
Yes
Building new Centre at Newlands
Building new Centre at Newlands
Communication
Yes
Building new sizakala centre - South DurbanBuilding
Basin new sizakala centre - South Durban Basin
Building new sizakala centre - Qadi
Building new sizakala centre - Qadi
Yes
6
Yes
NewSizakala Centre at Overport
Program/Project description
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Extension of sizakala centres - UmbumbuluExtension of sizakala centres - Umbumbulu
NewSizakala Centre at Overport
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
211
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Biological assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
3
Asset Class
5
GPS co-ordinates
Long = 30°58'.8.36"Lat = 29°44'.50.248"
Long = 30°42'.7.199"Lat = 29°59'.2.4"
Long = 31°1'.26.853"Lat = 29°50'.56.57"
Long = 31°1'.26.853"Lat = 29°50'.56.57"
Long = 31°1'.26.853"Lat = 29°50'.56.57"
Long = 31°1'.26.853"Lat = 29°50'.56.57"
Long = 31°1'.26.853"Lat = 29°50'.56.57"
Long = 31°1'.26.853"Lat = 29°50'.56.57"
Long = 31°2'.59.999"Lat = 29°38'.60"
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
395
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
1,579
5,922
1,184
1,579
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
2,150
395
790
395
3,246
234,000
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
Long = 31°1'.18.625"Lat = 29°51'.31.249"
Long = 31°1'.18.625"Lat = 29°51'.31.249"
Plant & equipment Long = 31°1'.26.853"Lat = 29°50'.56.57"
Other
Other Buildings
Other Buildings
Other Buildings
Other Buildings Long = 30°55'.17.947"Lat = 29°58'.57.175"
Other Buildings Long = 31°1'.26.853"Lat = 29°52'.45.663"
Other Buildings
Other Buildings
Plant & equipment Long = 30°42'.1.815"Lat = 29°50'.56.57"
Other Buildings
Plant & equipmentLong = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
545
88
Plant & equipmentLong = 30°51'.47.051"Lat = 29°48'.29.52.02"
Plant & equipmentLong = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
–
–
–
–
–
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
5,297
2,207
2,207
1,766
1,766
441
883
4,326
397
2,384
245,000
–
177
441
441
441
441
441
883
883
883
883
–
612
88
883
883
883
883
–
3,852
3,468
2,408
2,205
1,926
722
963
2,740
482
2,696
257,000
300
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
21
41
206
–
–
–
–
412
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
City wide
City wide
Internal
Internal
City wide
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
25 and 31
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
renewal
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Other Buildings Long = 30°51'.47.051"Lat = 30°59'.36.124"
Other Buildings Long = 30°59'.50.812"Lat = 29°55'.5.786"
Other Buildings
Other Buildings
Other Buildings Long = 30°59'.28.381"Lat = 29°.50'.14.678"
3
Asset SubClass
Yes
Antivirus/Patch Management
Datacente Infra: Backup Robot
Document Management System
Datacente Infra: Management tools
It Tools & Firewalls
Antivirus/Patch Management
Datacente Infra: Backup Robot
Document Management System
Datacente Infra: Management tools
It Tools & Firewalls
O1017
Internet/Intranet Development
Datacente Infra: Servers
Internet/Intranet Development
Datacente Infra: Servers
O1005
E-Government Web Based Applications
I0002
Payroll and HR Time And Attendance
Fibre and Wide area Network
Information Technology Computers
Plant & Equipment-IT
Plant & Equipment-Ombuds
Plant & Equipment-Legal Services
Plant & Equipment-Audit
Plant & Equipment-RISK
Payroll and HR Time And Attendance
Fibre and Wide area Network
Information Technology Computers
Plant & Equipment-IT
Plant & Equipment-Ombuds
Plant & Equipment-Legal Services
Plant & Equipment-Audit
Plant & Equipment-RISK
chairs
projector
Municipal Court-Pinetown refurbishment
chairs
projector
Municipal Court-Pinetown refurbishment
Yes
Yes
Specialised Workshop, Plant and Other Equipment
Specialised Workshop, Plant and Other Equipment
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Depot Upgrades and Expansions (Mobeni &Depot
Western
Upgrades
Region)and Expansions (Mobeni & Western Region)
Land acquisition (Blocksum)
Land acquisition (Blocksum)
desks (cluster)
desks (cluster)
TREASURY
Yes
Plant & Equipment-Corporate Policy
Plant & Equipment-Corporate Policy
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Plant & Equipment-Performance management Plant & Equipment-Performance management
V1194
O1018
O1031
Fibre, Wireless, Monitoring and Wide Area Network
Fibre, Wireless, Monitoring and Wide Area Network
Yes
Yes
Software Licences
Software Licences
Yes
Ms Enterprise Groupwise replacement with Ms Ms
Exchange
Enterprise Groupwise replacement with Ms Exchange
O1057
Payroll and HR Mis
Payroll and HR Mis
Yes
Yes
O1007
Business Process Management
Business Process Management
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
I0001
O1070
Switches and Routes for Expansion of NetworkSwitches and Routes for Expansion of Network
E-Government Web Based Applications
O1068
Datacente Infra: Consolidation & ModernisationDatacente Infra: Consolidation & Modernisation
O1063
O1061
Desktop Infra: Upgrades/Equip For New Staff Desktop Infra: Upgrades/Equip For New Staff
O1069
O1066
O1021
O1065
Yes
Yes
O1072
Yes
6
O1055
Elearning
Program/Project description
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Data Warehousing, Business Intelligence & AppData
Integration
Warehousing, Business Intelligence & App Integration
O1009
Elearning
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
Other
3
Asset SubClass
212
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
Long = 31°1'33.0"ELat = 29°51'33.1"S
Lat = 26°13'43.60"
Long = 30°51'.0"Lat = 29°49'.0.001"
Plant & equipment Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
Buildings
Other Buildings
Other Assets
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
1,755
18,504
3,948
–
–
–
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
Other Assets
–
–
–
Plant & equipmentLong = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
Plant & equipmentLong = 31°1'.40.625"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
–
–
Plant & equipmentLong = 31°1'.40.625"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
Plant & equipmentLong = 31°1'.40.625"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
–
Plant & equipmentLong = 31°1'.40.625"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
Other Assets
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
–
–
Plant & equipmentLong = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
5,528
Other Assets
Plant & equipmentLong = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
3,948
3,948
6,493
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
Other AssetsComputers - hardware/equipment
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
7,897
Other
Other
Other
Long = 31°1'.18.625"Lat = 29°51'.31.249"
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
0
1,579
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
8,687
2,763
3,948
3,159
3,159
2,369
2,764
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
3,159
1,184
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
1,579
5,922
2,062
4,343
790
Budget Year
2015/16
Project information
1,865
3,600
3,496
353
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
6,180
–
8,563
6,180
3,958
4,414
1,764
6,621
5,297
1,766
4,414
3,531
2,648
2,648
5,297
3,443
2,648
1,766
4,414
1,766
7
2,000
10,000
4,000
–
14
173
96
96
96
96
96
626
388
5,775
7,630
–
7,704
4,741
4,334
3,852
2,984
4,815
4,278
2,889
4,297
3,852
3,815
3,371
3,852
3,852
6,223
2,408
4,815
1,926
Internal
Internal
City wide
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
New
New
renewal
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Renewal
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
5
GPS co-ordinates
IntangiblesComputers - software & programming
Long = 31°1'.45.868"Lat = 29°51'.29.39.47"
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
3
Asset Class
5Ton Truck
8Torn Truck
5Ton Truck
8Torn Truck
Ottawa Workshop
Vehicle Tracking Sytem
Ottawa Workshop
Vehicle Tracking Sytem
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Pursuit vehicles
Pursuit vehicles
Yes
Yes
Home Based Fuelling Equipment
People carriers
People carriers
Mobeni Depot Upgrade
Patrol Vans
Patrol Vans
Yes
Home Based Fuelling Equipment
Meduim truck
Meduim truck
Yes
Mobeni Depot Upgrade
light car
light car
Yes
Yes
Patrol Cars
Patrol Cars
Yes
Yes
Springfield Complex - Plant & Vehicle Hub Springfield Complex - Plant & Vehicle Hub
Forklift
Forklift
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
6
Yes
Escort Bikes
Escort Bikes
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Fleet Management Systems and Hardware Fleet Management Systems and Hardware
5Ton truck
Metro Police
Metro Police
SCM
SCM
5Ton truck
Roads Provision
Front end lead
Roads Provision
TLB
TLB
Front end lead
8Torn truck
Front end lead
Front end lead
4Torn truck
8Torn truck
2Torn truck
4Torn truck
2Torn truck
TLB
4Ton Truck
4Ton Truck
Roads &stormwater
2Ton Truck
2Ton Truck
Roads &stormwater
Parks
Parks
TLB
2Ton Truck
5Ton Truck
5Ton Truck
ETA
ETA
2Ton Truck
5Ton Truck
8Ton Truck
8Ton Truck
City fleet
City fleet
5Ton Truck
Cemeteries
TLB
Cemeteries
Program/Project description
TLB
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
213
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
3
Asset Class
5
GPS co-ordinates
–
10,000
450
22,500
–
–
Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
Plant & equipment Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
Other Buildings Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
Plant & equipment Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
Other
Other
4,664
General vehicles Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
1,855
Plant & equipment Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
General vehicles Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
2,915
–
General vehicles Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
General vehicles Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
–
3,180
–
General vehicles Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
General vehicles Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
General vehicles Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
General vehicles Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
–
–
General vehicles Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
General vehicles
–
General vehicles
2,000
7,062
29,717
1,412
10,000
25,000
–
1,405
–
899
–
–
281
–
–
–
5,000
4,000
30,000
2,000
10,000
25,000
8,575
2,680
7,444
4,764
167
–
–
3,216
715
–
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
1,607
2,394
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
–
–
–
16,972
4,824
476
1,596
1,787
1,429
6,431
2,382
715
476
893
1,429
798
General vehicles Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
–
1,607
10,112
–
449
–
2,528
674
–
–
–
–
–
1,685
674
–
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
New
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
Project information
General vehicles
General vehicles Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
1,516
2,385
General vehicles Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
General vehicles Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
–
–
General vehicles Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
General vehicles Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
General vehicles
4,261
1,590
General vehicles Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
General vehicles Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
636
–
–
–
General vehicles Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
General vehicles Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
General vehicles Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
General vehicles
General vehicles Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
–
–
General vehicles
General vehicles Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
–
–
1,420
Budget Year
2015/16
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
General vehicles Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
General vehicles Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
General vehicles
General vehicles Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
General vehicles
3
Asset SubClass
Set Aside
Set Aside
T7038
Yes
Furniture and equipment
Furniture and equipment
Renewable Energy Pilot Project
Alternative Energy Efficient Vehicle Pilot
Entity B
Chief Albert Luthuli International Convertional Centre
Entity A
Entities:
Parent Capital expenditure
Alternative Energy Efficient Vehicle Pilot
Hole in the Wall Project
Renewable Energy Pilot Project
Hole in the Wall Project
Wind repowering project
Plant & Equipment - Supply Chain
Wind repowering project
Plant & Equipment - Supply Chain
Plant & Equipment - Real Estate
Plant & Equipment - Real Estate
Plant and Equipment - Revenue
Plant and Equipment - Revenue
Plant & Equipment - ICBS
Plant & Equipment - Expenditure
Plant & Equipment - Expenditure
Plant & Equipment - ICBS
SCM New Building
SCM New Building
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Solar PV Project
T7123
Yes
Yes
Building refurbishment/Upgrade C- AbluitionBuilding
all floorsrefurbishment/Upgrade C- Abluition all floors
Solar PV Project
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Building Refurbhishment
Building improvement - waterproof FMB
T7126
Building Refurbhishment
Building improvement - waterproof FMB
Electronic scanning of documents
Yes
Yes
Electronic scanning of documents
Upgrade - 5th Floor
T7022
T7125
Building improvement - waterproof RenniesBuilding improvement - waterproof Rennies
Upgrade - 5th Floor
Building of parking area - FMB
Yes
FMB - Painting of building
Building of parking area - FMB
FMB - Painting of building
Yes
Installation - Biometrics - Rennies House Installation - Biometrics - Rennies House
Yes
T7022
Replace 5,6,7,8,9,10 Windows - FMB
Replace 5,6,7,8,9,10 Windows - FMB
Yes
T7022
Yes
Building Refurbishment/Upgrade to 10th floor
Building
FMB Refurbishment/Upgrade to 10th floor FMB
C1347
Yes
Upgrade & Modication of CCTV - FMB
Yes
Upgrade CCTV Cameras at Rennies HouseUpgrade CCTV Cameras at Rennies House
Upgrade & Modication of CCTV - FMB
T7022
Yes
FMB toilet renovations
Upgrade A/C Coding System - FMB
FMB toilet renovations
Upgrade A/C Coding System - FMB
Yes
Application Development
Application Development
790
–
Other Buildings Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
= 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
Other Buildings Long
Long = 31°1'33.0"ELat = 29°51'33.1"S
Lat = 26°13'43.60"
Other Buildings Long = 31°1'33.0"ELat
= 29°51'33.1"S
214
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Plant & equipment
Other Buildings
Other
Other Buildings
Plant & equipment
Plant & equipment
Plant & equipment
Plant & equipment
Plant & equipment
Other Buildings
Other
Other Buildings
Lat = 26°13'43.60"
Long = 31°1'33.0"ELat = 29°51'33.1"S
Lat = 26°13'43.60"
Long = 31°1'33.0"ELat = 29°51'33.1"S
Lat = 26°13'43.60"
Long = 31°1'33.0"ELat = 29°51'33.1"S
Lat = 26°13'43.60"
Long = 31°2'2.9"ELat = 29°51'37.0"S
Lat = 26°13'43.60"
Long = 31°2'2.9"ELat = 29°51'37.0"S
Lat = 26°13'43.60"
Long = 31°2'2.9"ELat = 29°51'37.0"S
Lat = 26°13'43.60"
Long = 31°2'2.9"ELat = 29°51'37.0"S
Lat = 26°13'43.60"
Long = 31°2'2.9"ELat = 29°51'37.0"S
Lat = 26°13'43.60"
Long = 31°2'2.9"ELat = 29°51'37.0"S
Lat = 26°13'43.60"
Long = 31°2'2.9"ELat = 29°51'37.0"S
Lat = 26°13'43.60"
6,000
706
–
32,583
5,969,188
–
31,882
6,367,378
–
–
–
–
–
–
256
172
171
353
1,026
–
–
–
–
–
290
193
193
439
544
9,029
8,774
1,974
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
2,119
614
1,059
10,594
847
–
–
353
441
2,119
–
177
–
3,973
–
–
Project information
25,000
6,870,111
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
300
200
200
800
1,000
–
–
–
1,900
200
500
500
500
200
2,000
–
400
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
242
–
–
12,000
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
307
new
renewal
renewal
renewal
new
new
new
new
new
new
new
renewal
new
new
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
renewal
New
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
–
–
1,097
1,457
–
–
–
1,000
–
4,913
Budget Year
2015/16
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Other Buildings Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
5
GPS co-ordinates
Other Buildings Long = 31°1'43.255"Lat = 29°51'41.375"
3
Asset SubClass
Lat = 26°13'43.60"
Long = 31°1'45.9"ELat = 29°51'39.5"S
Lat = 26°13'43.60"
Other Assets
Other Buildings Long = 31°1'33.0"ELat
= 29°51'33.1"S
Lat = 26°13'43.60"
Other Assets
Other Buildings Long = 31°1'33.0"ELat
= 29°51'33.1"S
Lat = 26°13'43.60"
Other Assets
Other Buildings Long = 31°1'45.9"ELat
= 29°51'39.5"S
Lat = 26°13'43.60"
Other Assets
Other Buildings Long = 31°1'33.0"ELat
= 29°51'33.1"S
Lat = 26°13'43.60"
Other Assets
Other Buildings Long = 31°1'33.0"ELat
= 29°51'33.1"S
Lat = 26°13'43.60"
Other Assets
Other Buildings Long = 31°1'33.0"ELat
= 29°51'33.1"S
Lat = 26°13'43.60"
Other Assets
Other Buildings Long = 31°1'33.0"ELat
= 29°51'33.1"S
Lat = 26°13'43.60"
Other Assets
Other Buildings Long = 31°1'33.0"ELat
= 29°51'33.1"S
Lat = 26°13'43.60"
Other Assets
Other
Long = 31°1'45.9"ELat = 29°51'39.5"S
Lat = 26°13'43.60"
Other Assets
Other Buildings Long = 31°1'33.0"ELat
= 29°51'33.1"S
Lat = 26°13'43.60"
Other Assets
Other Buildings Long = 31°1'33.0"ELat
= 29°51'33.1"S
Lat = 26°13'43.60"
Other Assets
Other Buildings Long = 31°1'33.0"ELat
= 29°51'33.1"S
Lat = 26°13'43.60"
Other Assets
Furniture and other office equipment
Long = 31°2'2.9"ELat = 29°51'37.0"S
Lat = 26°13'43.60"
Other Assets
Other
Long = 31°2'2.9"ELat = 29°51'37.0"S
Lat = 26°13'43.60"
Other Assets
Other Buildings
Long = 31°1'27.5"ELat = 29°51'4.8"S
Other Assets
Other Assets
Other Assets
Yes
Other Assets
3
Renovations to the 3rd Floor FMB Building Renovations to the 3rd Floor FMB Building
Yes
6
Asset Class
Other Assets
Alice Street offices
Program/Project description
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
Renovations to the Customer Services office
Renovations
- Phoenix &toChatsworth
the Customer
Cash
Services
offices office - Phoenix & Chatsworth Cash offices
Yes
Alice Street offices
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
215
Budget Year
2015/16
77,738
5
Project information
6,435,351
67,973
36,091
6,937,100
66,989
41,989
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
Ward location New or renewal
2016/17
2017/18
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
6,046,926
3
GPS co-ordinates
Total Capital expenditure
3
Asset SubClass
Entity Capital expenditure
6
Asset Class
45,155
Program/Project description
Project
number
Individually
Approved
(Yes/No)
uShaka Marine World
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA36 Detailed capital budget
Westville CBD upgrade
Town Centre Renewal: Pinetown
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
TM0059
TM0105
TM0077
TM0133
Himalayas/Austerville Link
Ottawa 275/132 S/Stn
(Transformers)
Stockville 132Kv Switching Stn
Woodlands Substation
Springfield Complex
Cars & Vans
La Mercy 132/11KV S/Stn
80612
80685
80623
80305
80205
80647
Project name
Entity Name
List all capital projects grouped by Municipal Entity
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
TM0043
Kloof 132/11kv S/Stn
Infrastructure - Other
Infrastructure - Other
Transmission & Reticulation
Transmission & Reticulation
Transmission & Reticulation
Transmission & Reticulation
Transmission & Reticulation
Transmission & Reticulation
Transmission & Reticulation
Transmission & Reticulation
Other Buildings
216
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
80843
Entities:
Asset Sub-Class
3
Infrastructure - Road transport
Roads, Pavements & Bridges
Asset Class
3
80666
Electricity
S1013
S1021
KwaMnyandu Enhancement & Traders Stall
S1062
Town Centre Renewal : Umlazi
Tourism Node and Corridor : Umhlanga Beach
Umhlanga Life guard tower upgrade
Sidewalk Improvements & traffic circle S1061
Town Centre Renewal : Isipingo
S1019
Project number
Town Centre Renewal : Hammarsdale
Project name
Isipingo Phase 2 of Alexandra
StreetThomas Lane & Church
lane upgrade.
Economic develoment and planning
Parent municipality:
R thousand
Municipal Vote/Capital project
ETH eThekwini - Supporting Table SA37 Projects delayed from previous financial year/s
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
Various
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
30 58' 4.639"E 29 55' 44.156"S
30 49' 31.082"E 29 49' 58.756"S
31 3' 4.372"E 29 40' 47.9"S
30-Jun-14
30-Jun-14
30-Jun-14
30-Jun-14
30-Jun-14
Year
Previous target
year to
complete
Long = 30° 58' 16.361", Lat = 29° 41' 34.195"
30 50' 9.857"E 29 47" 37.386"S
29°43'39.9"S | 31°05'03.3"E
29 °48’56.3 S I 30°51’23.4E
29.971905S I 30.902175E
29°489.426S I 30°E39'.41.43E
-29.968371 S I 30.933874 E
GPS co-ordinates
4
1000
200
900
2700
2000
2000
23000
10000
0.000
3.200
6.000
8.000
13.200
3.000
1.973
8.000
8.000
13.200
Full Year
Forecast
Current Year 2014/15
Original
Budget
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
–
14,200
1,000
1,500
–
6,700
18,340
5,000
1.000
5.000
38.000
4.000
11.000
–
1,000
1,500
2,000
20,000
13,000
20,000
550
–
1,000
1,500
8,700
35,000
–
24,500
1,000
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
2015/16
2016/17
2017/18
BUDGET RELATED
CHARTS
618,024
21,404
190,780
Economic Development and Planning
Corporate & Human Resources
Office of the City Manager
3,365
105,430
Community and Emergency Services
Governance
6,165,443
15,375,093
11/12 AUD
Human Settlements and Infrastructure
5,000,000
10,000,000
15,000,000
20,000,000
25,000,000
Finance
Rm
30,000,000
35,000,000
40,000,000
45,000,000
4,703
308,584
2,184
681,452
170,388
15,427,217
8,060,203
12/13 AUD
4,146
262,137
11,276
679,688
163,364
17,661,085
7,682,828
13/14 AUD
217
2,774
277,623
12,860
725,705
344,014
19,966,474
8,773,666
CY 14/15 BUD
2,774
278,963
12,860
721,084
416,289
19,940,146
8,829,779
CY 14/15 ADJ
2,753
254,746
11,790
719,146
289,861
20,258,412
8,897,486
CY 14/15
FCST
Revenue by Municipal Vote classification - Chart A1
2,893
297,865
14,072
848,360
383,887
21,920,410
9,631,030
Budget Year
15/16
4,804
317,256
14,776
861,065
402,290
23,837,824
10,338,090
Budget Year
+1 16/17
3,162
347,758
15,662
973,757
416,722
25,977,839
11,155,859
Budget Year
+2 17/18
14,490,615
1,854,919
1,436,500
1,096,482
1,235,714
345,064
260,354
Finance
Economic Development and Planning
Office of the City Manager
Governance
Corporate & Human Resources
11/12 AUD
Community and Emergency Services
5,000,000
10,000,000
15,000,000
20,000,000
Human Settlements and Infrastructure
Rm
25,000,000
30,000,000
35,000,000
40,000,000
284,584
402,786
1,456,880
1,158,010
2,265,821
2,072,826
14,477,584
12/13 AUD
319,812
495,954
1,516,421
1,276,767
1,882,771
2,288,800
16,696,994
13/14 AUD
410,857
502,364
1,396,299
1,438,720
2,465,863
2,460,510
18,178,673
CY 14/15 BUD
218
411,433
557,035
1,429,694
1,401,368
2,452,610
2,547,648
18,142,804
CY 14/15 ADJ
Expenditure by Municipal Vote - Chart A2a
369,888
529,218
1,455,730
1,362,593
2,342,863
2,372,026
18,309,744
CY 14/15
FCST
441,701
558,807
1,569,735
1,519,486
2,556,352
2,700,015
20,131,165
Budget Year
15/16
467,020
593,211
1,673,389
1,582,053
2,668,455
2,898,358
22,001,619
Budget Year
+1 16/17
499,508
624,845
1,805,666
1,692,152
2,813,259
3,092,764
24,102,610
Budget Year
+2 17/18
260,354
345,064
1,235,714
1,096,482
1,436,500
1,854,919
14,490,615
Office of the City Manager
Economic Development and Planning
Finance
Community and Emergency Services
Human Settlements and Infrastructure
11/12 AUD
Governance
5,000,000
10,000,000
15,000,000
14,477,584
2,072,826
2,265,821
1,158,010
1,456,880
402,786
284,584
12/13 AUD
16,696,994
2,288,800
1,882,771
1,276,767
1,516,421
495,954
319,812
13/14 AUD
219
18,178,673
2,460,510
2,465,863
1,438,720
1,396,299
502,364
410,857
CY 14/15
BUD
18,142,804
2,547,648
2,452,610
1,401,368
1,429,694
557,035
411,433
CY 14/15
ADJ
18,309,744
2,372,026
2,342,863
1,362,593
1,455,730
529,218
369,888
CY 14/15
FCST
Expenditure by Municipal Vote - Chart A2 (b Trend)
Corporate & Human Resources
Rm
20,000,000
25,000,000
30,000,000
20,131,165
2,700,015
2,556,352
1,519,486
1,569,735
558,807
441,701
Budget Year
15/16
22,001,619
2,898,358
2,668,455
1,582,053
1,673,389
593,211
467,020
Budget Year
+1 16/17
24,102,610
3,092,764
2,813,259
1,692,152
1,805,666
624,845
499,508
Budget Year
+2 17/18
851,754
212,639
136,419
780,067
30,063
56,682
97,851
5,775
Housing
Planning & Development
Public Safety
Road Transport
Community & Social Services
Health
Sport and Recreation
Executive & Council
Corporate Services
243,584
1,822
715,620
Waste Management
Environmental Protection
2,698,040
Water
1,211,246
8,756,686
Waste Water Management
6,204,142
11/12 AUD
Electricity
5,000,000
10,000,000
15,000,000
20,000,000
25,000,000
Budget & Treasury Office
Rm
30,000,000
35,000,000
40,000,000
45,000,000
237,671
2,054
1,270,380
1,338
98,400
73,372
55,457
849,900
254,714
217,398
291,065
863,370
2,982,873
9,869,805
7,162,438
12/13 AUD
241,622
3,224
1,730,345
1,578
94,987
97,190
43,541
867,902
256,026
207,076
248,105
820,340
3,526,656
10,177,576
7,691,450
13/14 AUD
220
252,802
12,755
1,662,091
104,480
131,793
81,250
198,586
1,075,311
127,387
218,733
1,163,244
879,325
4,075,014
11,104,079
8,555,653
CY 14/15
BUD
252,802
17,081
1,640,633
104,480
121,793
81,250
273,398
1,075,311
134,850
208,988
1,168,343
879,325
4,076,514
11,094,079
8,611,766
CY 14/15
ADJ
264,498
16,058
1,652,200
104,178
106,632
81,156
163,160
1,073,049
98,714
206,086
1,243,767
876,474
4,194,952
11,217,951
8,674,734
CY 14/15
FCST
Revenue by standard classification - Chart A3
275,503
32,656
1,496,352
146,383
147,060
79,484
216,190
1,373,222
105,769
286,684
1,430,162
952,339
4,292,497
12,365,480
9,401,124
Budget
Year 15/16
288,671
4,668
1,599,350
157,453
123,800
85,972
258,231
1,404,279
108,476
258,395
1,409,185
1,027,675
4,656,307
13,763,541
10,097,311
Budget
Year +1
16/17
310,984
2,484
1,774,044
180,028
134,947
83,096
265,534
1,482,101
112,823
324,538
1,375,703
1,095,210
5,046,227
15,229,159
10,895,324
Budget
Year +2
17/18
Rm
980,710
791,558
775,556
544,601
530,583
300,479
311,428
225,446
117,597
986,944
Sport and Recreation
Waste Management
Planning & Development
Community & Social Services
Health
Housing
Executive & Council
Environmental Protection
Corporate Services
1,458,122
Road Transport
Public Safety
2,103,975
Budget & Treasury Office
883,323
2,585,215
Waste Water Management
7,632,213
Water
11/12 AUD
1,192,293
121,635
260,175
686,703
324,615
605,442
698,722
858,434
1,057,483
1,502,447
1,009,595
1,642,324
1,561,475
3,384,355
6,694,971
12/13 AUD
1,325,608
136,646
329,084
1,512,755
367,398
663,173
745,039
923,432
1,111,042
1,562,284
1,061,089
1,786,800
1,800,423
3,943,429
6,683,382
13/14 AUD
221
1,530,618
188,259
363,840
847,133
280,307
794,299
851,461
879,325
1,191,767
1,505,243
1,137,835
1,826,927
1,724,690
3,660,338
9,471,504
CY 14/15
BUD
1,543,301
191,395
403,123
850,527
275,495
876,979
837,508
879,325
1,194,638
1,505,824
1,136,590
1,811,527
1,715,415
3,661,838
9,471,504
CY 14/15
ADJ
1,441,367
162,882
371,969
921,663
239,256
780,101
781,675
876,475
1,173,639
1,541,488
1,151,092
1,874,340
1,657,856
3,876,712
9,314,359
CY 14/15
FCST
Expenditure by standard classification - Chart A4
Electricity
5,000,000
10,000,000
15,000,000
20,000,000
25,000,000
30,000,000
35,000,000
40,000,000
1,574,615
208,123
411,122
894,717
302,942
890,214
889,507
952,339
1,280,085
1,663,169
1,247,925
2,079,740
1,804,852
4,149,698
10,483,707
Budget
Year 15/16
1,655,486
206,180
446,948
977,478
317,711
955,935
913,150
1,027,675
1,351,847
1,788,855
1,323,215
2,187,320
1,880,156
4,506,078
11,662,484
Budget
Year +1
16/17
1,767,017
234,063
471,522
1,044,882
338,973
1,020,231
983,218
1,095,210
1,436,092
1,918,963
1,411,712
2,307,108
1,978,843
4,906,944
12,987,316
Budget
Year +2
17/18
4,332,441
8,376,497
1,550,919
1,894,285
1,858,822
Transfers recognised - capital
Service charges - water revenue
Transfers recognised - Operational
11/12 AUD
Service charges - electricity revenue
5,000,000
10,000,000
15,000,000
Property rates
Rm
20,000,000
25,000,000
30,000,000
35,000,000
2,026,005
2,061,896
1,631,745
9,177,471
4,918,885
12/13 AUD
2,191,385
2,295,911
2,041,011
9,444,493
5,308,509
13/14 AUD
222
2,584,010
2,879,423
3,377,740
10,477,612
5,352,283
CY 14/15
BUD
2,640,964
2,879,423
3,406,939
10,477,612
5,392,883
CY 14/15
ADJ
2,678,934
2,966,997
3,308,319
10,503,140
5,392,852
CY 14/15
FCST
Revenue by Source - Major - Chart A5(a)
2,630,016
3,279,627
3,573,253
11,778,524
5,803,863
Budget Year
15/16
2,716,409
3,589,788
3,682,317
13,189,028
6,181,114
Budget Year
+1 16/17
2,950,312
3,935,799
3,891,048
14,702,957
6,613,792
Budget Year
+2 17/18
1,858,822
2,026,005
2,191,385
2,584,010
2,640,964
2,678,934
2,630,016
2,716,409
2,950,312
13/14 AUD
CY 14/15 BUD
CY 14/15 ADJ
CY 14/15 FCST
Budget Year 15/16
Budget Year +1 16/17
Budget Year +2 17/18
Transfers recognised Operational
12/13 AUD
2,000,000
4,000,000
6,000,000
8,000,000
10,000,000
11/12 AUD
Rm
12,000,000
14,000,000
16,000,000
3,935,799
3,589,788
3,279,627
2,966,997
2,879,423
2,879,423
2,295,911
2,061,896
1,894,285
Service charges - water
revenue
223
3,891,048
3,682,317
3,573,253
3,308,319
3,406,939
3,377,740
2,041,011
1,631,745
1,550,919
Transfers recognised capital
14,702,957
13,189,028
11,778,524
10,503,140
10,477,612
10,477,612
9,444,493
9,177,471
8,376,497
Service charges electricity revenue
Revenue by Source - Major - Chart A5(b) - source trend
6,613,792
6,181,114
5,803,863
5,392,852
5,392,883
5,352,283
5,308,509
4,918,885
4,332,441
Property rates
2,177,215
405,204
494,955
82,694
92,526
635,928
65,241
28,369
Other revenue
Service charges - refuse
Rental of facilities and equipment
Service charges - other
Interest earned - outstanding debtors
Service charges - sanitation revenue
Gains on disposal of PPE
Licences and permits
11,718
Agency services
Dividends received
111,867
Property rates - penalties & collection charges
Contributed assets
231,693
129,165
11/12 AUD
Fines
1,000,000
2,000,000
3,000,000
Interest earned - external investments
Rm
4,000,000
5,000,000
6,000,000
12,495
69,002
30,341
12,380
661,402
112,691
154,283
507,383
412,249
2,451,586
110,926
303,994
12/13 AUD
10,795
144,180
30,542
17,739
726,846
143,037
161,863
532,028
447,621
2,385,180
248,511
334,874
13/14 AUD
12,744
129,085
25,094
34,289
776,193
114,629
143,495
451,237
513,927
2,626,212
113,756
491,385
CY 14/15
BUD
224
12,744
129,085
25,094
34,289
776,193
114,629
143,495
451,237
513,927
2,592,393
113,756
497,232
CY 14/15
ADJ
Revenue by Source - Minor - Chart A6
12,744
147,099
30,465
35,359
792,471
155,800
136,676
453,350
509,202
2,600,464
78,864
631,458
CY 14/15
FCST
13,382
132,940
26,328
33,612
855,076
163,249
146,662
483,003
550,024
2,784,926
83,499
760,535
Budget Year
15/16
14,051
136,911
27,766
33,617
922,624
171,242
150,521
507,170
588,012
2,944,480
88,389
832,665
Budget Year
+1 16/17
14,753
141,000
29,240
33,802
995,509
179,366
159,028
539,020
625,563
3,105,571
93,568
880,431
Budget Year
+2 17/18
6,666,970
1,525,020
1,549,385
Bulk purchases
Other expenditure
Depreciation & asset impairment
11/12 AUD
6,576,031
5,000,000
10,000,000
15,000,000
Employee related costs
Rm
20,000,000
25,000,000
30,000,000
1,632,291
1,685,330
7,557,474
6,021,630
12/13 AUD
1,685,333
1,924,984
7,839,588
6,893,729
13/14 AUD
1,990,225
3,227,845
8,520,259
7,363,431
CY 14/15 BUD
225
1,998,044
3,229,292
8,519,622
7,412,240
CY 14/15 ADJ
1,945,875
3,149,906
8,640,349
7,050,122
CY 14/15 FCST
Expenditure by Type - Major - Chart A7(a)
2,145,381
3,359,022
9,760,765
7,972,674
Budget Year
15/16
2,208,123
3,507,549
10,933,310
8,596,881
Budget Year +1
16/17
2,370,208
3,707,871
12,248,703
9,258,942
Budget Year +2
17/18
872,091
2,873,398
394,630
126,094
84,752
7,314
Debt impairment
Grants and subsidies
Remuneration of councillors
Loss on disposal of PPE
11/12 AUD
Contracted services
1,000,000
2,000,000
3,000,000
4,000,000
Finance charges
Rm
5,000,000
6,000,000
7,000,000
8,000,000
2,431
84,713
171,574
1,064,847
2,897,897
942,081
12/13 AUD
656
94,721
166,133
1,618,726
3,340,788
857,206
13/14 AUD
265
93,026
195,214
569,329
3,713,755
1,177,331
CY 14/15 BUD
226
285
93,026
200,629
569,329
3,740,191
1,177,331
CY 14/15 ADJ
496
97,186
194,933
572,692
3,773,509
1,313,832
CY 14/15 FCST
Expenditure by Type - Minor - Chart A7(b)
286
98,554
228,961
644,931
3,833,479
1,427,941
Budget Year
15/16
292
103,569
244,115
684,010
4,124,785
1,476,014
Budget Year +1
16/17
295
108,927
257,807
726,487
4,438,499
1,507,353
Budget Year +2
17/18
1,549,385
1,632,291
1,685,333
1,990,225
1,998,044
1,945,875
2,145,381
2,208,123
2,370,208
13/14 AUD
CY 14/15 BUD
CY 14/15 ADJ
CY 14/15 FCST
Budget Year 15/16
Budget Year +1 16/17
Budget Year +2 17/18
Depreciation & asset
impairment
12/13 AUD
2,000,000
4,000,000
6,000,000
11/12 AUD
Rm
8,000,000
10,000,000
12,000,000
14,000,000
3,707,871
3,507,549
3,359,022
3,149,906
3,229,292
3,227,845
1,924,984
1,685,330
1,525,020
Other expenditure
227
5,713
5,455
5,267
3,163
2,604
2,604
55,655
58,222
43,965
Other materials
12,248,703
10,933,310
9,760,765
8,640,349
8,519,622
8,520,259
7,839,588
7,557,474
6,666,970
Bulk purchases
Expenditure by Type - Major - Chart A8
9,258,942
8,596,881
7,972,674
7,050,122
7,412,240
7,363,431
6,893,729
6,021,630
6,576,031
Employee related costs
2,622,403
265,619
11/12 AUD
Office of the City Manager
1,000,000
2,000,000
3,000,000
4,000,000
5,000,000
6,000,000
7,000,000
Human Settlements and
Infrastructure
Rm
176,630
2,785,120
12/13 AUD
133,808
3,654,153
13/14 AUD
212,611
4,712,362
CY 14/15 BUD
228
295,411
4,626,734
CY 14/15 ADJ
295,411
4,626,734
CY 14/15
FCST
326,917
4,952,803
Budget Year
15/16
Capital expenditure by Municipal Vote (Major) - Chart A9
350,260
5,170,049
Budget Year
+1 16/17
367,865
5,353,415
Budget Year
+2 17/18
325,377
159,370
70,278
17,350
55,075
Community and Emergency Services
Governance
Corporate & Human Resources
11/12 AUD
Economic and Development Planning
200,000
400,000
600,000
Finance
Rm
800,000
1,000,000
1,200,000
1,400,000
2,085
10,080
123,406
155,508
241,885
12/13 AUD
4,468
7,265
122,504
176,058
102,966
13/14 AUD
15,700
30,080
292,759
266,841
180,668
229
CY 14/15 BUD
11,500
23,766
310,998
240,281
164,874
CY 14/15 ADJ
11,500
23,766
310,998
240,280
164,860
CY 14/15 FCST
Capital expenditure by Municipal Vote (Minor) - Chart A10
17,200
18,280
296,021
322,819
112,886
Budget Year
15/16
4,799
13,391
420,017
340,395
136,440
Budget Year +1
16/17
4,300
19,074
591,442
431,899
187,105
Budget Year +2
17/18
567,382
Electricity
25,998
Public Safety
Corporate Services
78,937
85,352
Executive & Council
Environmental Protection
15,453
Health
2,093
36,930
9,991
14,666
6,550
30,388
139,732
Sport and Recreation
159,435
Waste Management
241,885
773,215
72,163
323,777
Budget & Treasury Office
861,154
606,097
283,095
49,779
363,978
Community & Social Services
426,008
Waste Water Management
1,014,281
483,294
Water
Road Transport
59,107
213,850
12/13 AUD
11,733
4,696
133,808
25,974
45,674
46,160
140,062
102,966
822,062
1,282,932
531,463
812,951
64,684
147,619
13/14 AUD
15,700
88,898
242,691
26,480
22,994
154,387
101,935
180,668
700,750
1,677,033
678,857
846,200
707,587
168,897
CY 14/15
BUD
230
142,828
100,837
23,766
26,789
22,994
168,461
94,848
164,860
845,851
1,590,038
678,857
842,200
707,587
200,282
CY 14/15
ADJ
142,828
100,837
23,766
26,789
22,994
168,461
94,848
164,860
845,851
1,590,038
678,857
842,200
707,587
200,282
CY 14/15
FCST
110,117
20,926
18,280
21,058
21,913
232,124
84,198
112,886
641,736
1,875,361
636,422
730,156
1,218,930
230,674
Budget
Year 15/16
Capital expenditure by Standard Classification - Chart A11
11/12 AUD
Housing
1,000,000
2,000,000
3,000,000
4,000,000
Planning & Development
Rm
5,000,000
6,000,000
7,000,000
8,000,000
104,144
14,831
13,391
15,184
33,976
361,941
126,271
136,440
653,900
2,067,207
666,152
793,119
1,108,400
262,922
Budget
Year +1
16/17
114,865
13,340
19,074
5,195
32,376
540,831
145,527
187,105
683,621
2,118,515
691,100
809,667
1,143,986
346,910
Budget
Year +2
17/18
8497
16884
178877
335532
243453
1204825
4505602
Community and Emergency Services
Sustainable Dev. & City Enterprises
Treasury
Office of the City Manager
Human Settlements and Infrastructure
11/12
AUD
Governance
0
1000000
2000000
3000000
Corporate & Human Resources
Rm
4000000
5000000
6000000
3178463
192561
161102
135524
80905
21274
4307
12/13
AUD
2865340
142860
325376
56541
71839
17349
3958
13/14
AUD
231
4742597
139202
67800
154798
164466
16400
0
CY 14/15
BUD
4612580
236785
111059
142743
164440
17010
646
CY 14/15
ADJ
4612580
236785
111059
142743
164440
17010
646
CY 14/15
FCST
4756668
169477
110580
157097
214654
13500
10170
Budget
Year
15/16
Capital expenditure by Municipal Vote (Major - Trend) - Chart A12
4868457
166093
144750
201860
359984
23680
2250
Budget
Year +1
16/17
5521638
204768
115482
229550
354822
14310
810
Budget
Year +2
17/18
964,552
1,000,000
Borrowing
Public contributions & donations
1,550,919
11/12 AUD
Internally generated funds
1,000,000
2,000,000
3,000,000
4,000,000
Capital transfers recognised
Rm
5,000,000
6,000,000
7,000,000
8,000,000
1,862,970
1,631,745
12/13 AUD
1,500,000
786,168
1,915,454
13/14 AUD
1,000,000
1,333,280
3,377,741
CY 14/15 BUD
232
1,000,000
1,266,609
3,406,939
CY 14/15 ADJ
Capital funding by source - Chart A13
1,000,000
1,365,229
3,308,319
CY 14/15
FCST
1,000,000
1,473,673
3,573,253
Budget Year
15/16
1,000,000
1,753,034
3,682,317
Budget Year
+1 16/17
1,000,000,000
2,046,052,080
3,891,048,220
Budget Year
+2 17/18
13,628,808
6,655,021
412,198
232,594
Developing a Prosperous,Diverse Economy and Employment
Other objectives
11/12 AUD
Financial Accountable and Sustainable City
5,000,000
10,000,000
15,000,000
20,000,000
Creating Quality Living Environment
Rm
25,000,000
30,000,000
35,000,000
40,000,000
449,186
506,685
7,575,915
14,491,202
12/13 AUD
572,142
291,156
8,850,431
14,709,783
13/14 AUD
233
441,799
488,951
8,762,249
17,032,377
CY 14/15 BUD
479,828
484,206
8,803,083
17,027,841
CY 14/15 ADJ
IDP Strategic Objectives - Revenue - Chart A14
429,260
488,336
8,878,069
17,330,211
CY 14/15 FCST
518,790
494,340
9,623,242
18,888,893
Budget Year
15/16
494,812
543,111
10,329,912
20,725,952
505,185
580,707
11,147,273
22,766,547
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
17/18
16/17
15,383,483
1,315,296
600,005
1,324,847
954,635
366,191
226,825
548,368
Developing a Prosperous,Diverse Economy and Employment
Fostering a Socially Equitable Environment
Good Governance and Responsive Local Government
Develop and Sustain our Spatial,Natural and Bulit Environment
Creating a Platform for Growth, Empowerment and Skills Dev
Embracing our Cultural Diversity,art and heritage
11/12
AUD
Financial Accountable and Sustainable City
5,000,000
10,000,000
15,000,000
20,000,000
Creating Quality Living Environment
Rm
25,000,000
30,000,000
35,000,000
40,000,000
603,319
270,232
389,642
1,046,788
1,396,257
661,945
2,415,013
15,335,293
12/13
AUD
234
612,122
301,962
413,319
1,155,095
1,653,732
855,598
2,367,851
17,117,840
13/14
AUD
662,518
389,060
520,051
1,241,553
1,638,996
1,007,044
2,197,194
19,196,868
CY
14/15
BUD
658,103
387,686
505,516
1,328,528
1,636,494
975,393
2,187,077
19,263,797
CY
14/15
ADJ
IDP Strategic Objectives - Expenditure - Chart A15
661,454
352,360
474,854
1,267,530
1,638,242
961,404
2,056,614
19,329,605
CY
14/15
FCST
680,738
420,319
561,979
1,370,213
1,815,039
1,079,023
2,273,179
21,276,812
Budget
Year
15/16
714,773
443,935
583,913
1,447,219
1,944,550
1,138,731
2,386,815
23,224,168
Budget
Year +1
16/17
751,708
473,436
635,521
1,536,955
2,084,291
1,215,801
2,516,347
25,416,745
Budget
Year +2
17/18
1,000,000
2,000,000
3,000,000
4,000,000
21,031
89,840
325,376
205,618
Developing a Prosperous,Diverse Economy and
Employment
Financial Accountable and Sustainable City
Other objectives
2,873,607
11/12 AUD
Embracing our Cultural Diversity
Creating Quality Living Environment
Rm
5,000,000
6,000,000
7,000,000
8,000,000
241,643
241,885
150,099
19,203
2,841,885
12/13 AUD
228,220
102,966
195,309
45,674
3,629,453
13/14 AUD
235
429,919
180,668
264,191
79,902
4,756,341
CY 14/15
BUD
396,043
164,859
236,631
79,902
4,796,113
CY 14/15
ADJ
396,043
164,859
236,631
79,902
4,796,113
CY 14/15
FCST
IDP Strategic Objectives - Capital Expenditure - Chart A16
568,728
112,886
319,660
49,782
4,995,870
Budget Year
15/16
559,193
136,440
337,570
124,975
5,277,173
Budget Year
+1 16/17
592,439
187,105
428,399
88,924
5,640,233
Budget Year
+2 17/18
Borrowing
0.00%
2.00%
4.00%
6.00%
8.00%
10.00%
12.00%
14.00%
16.00%
18.00%
15.30%
11/12 AUD
12.60%
12/13 AUD
13.50%
13/14 AUD
15.00%
CY 14/15 BUD
236
15.00%
CY 14/15 ADJ
15.00%
CY 14/15 FCST
13.00%
Budget Year 15/16
Debt (borrowing as a % of total revenue collection) - Chart A17
13.80%
15.00%
Budget Year +1 16/17 Budget Year +2 17/18
90.20%
26.70%
O/S Debtors to Revenue
11/12
AUD
Annual Debtors Collection
0%
20%
40%
60%
80%
100%
120%
25.50%
96.20%
12/13
AUD
23.10%
97%
13/14
AUD
237
25.50%
96.80%
CY
14/15
BUD
21.50%
96.80%
CY
14/15
ADJ
21.50%
96.80%
CY
14/15
FCST
Revenue collection - Chart A18
20.90%
96.00%
Budget
Year
15/16
20.70%
96.00%
Budget
Year +1
16/17
20.40%
95.80%
Budget
Year +2
17/18
6%
39%
Water
11/12 AUD
Electricity
0%
20%
40%
60%
80%
100%
35%
6%
12/13 AUD
37%
6%
13/14 AUD
35%
6%
CY 14/15 BUD
238
39%
6%
CY 14/15 ADJ
Distribution losses - Chart A19
39%
6%
CY 14/15 FCST
38%
6%
Budget Year 15/16
34%
6%
Budget Year +1
16/17
32%
6%
Budget Year +2
17/18
Borrowed capex funding
0%
20%
40%
60%
80%
100%
72%
11/12 AUD
51%
12/13 AUD
4%
13/14 AUD
44%
CY 14/15 BUD
239
66%
CY 14/15 ADJ
Borrowed capex funding - Chart A20
72%
CY 14/15 FCST
45%
Budget Year
15/16
42%
Budget Year +1
16/17
33%
Budget Year +2
17/18
31.4%
32.3%
8.7%
11.6%
Remuneration
Repairs & Maintenance
Finance charges & Depreciation
11/12 AUD
Employee costs
0.0%
20.0%
40.0%
60.0%
80.0%
100.0%
11.1%
8.7%
27.0%
26.1%
12/13 AUD
10.4%
10.1%
28.9%
28.2%
13/14 AUD
240
11.9%
11.3%
29.2%
27.5%
CY 14/15 BUD
11.9%
10.8%
29.4%
27.7%
CY 14/15 ADJ
12.0%
12.0%
27.0%
26.0%
CY 14/15
FCST
Expenditure analysis (of Total Revenue) - Chart A21
12.1%
11.6%
28.0%
27.0%
Budget Year
15/16
11.5%
11.5%
27.0%
26.8%
Budget Year
+1 16/17
11.1%
11.5%
27.4%
26.5%
Budget Year
+2 17/18
Rm
9.9%
10.5%
4.3%
8.8%
8.4%
% incr Service charges - water revenue
% incr Service charges - sanitation revenue
% incr Service charges - refuse
% incr in Service charges - other
14.6%
% incr Service charges - electricity revenue
10.5%
% incr Property Tax
11/12
AUD
% incr total service charges (incl prop rates)
-10.0%
-5.0%
0.0%
5.0%
10.0%
15.0%
20.0%
8.4%
8.8%
4.3%
8.8%
9.9%
13.2%
10.5%
12/13
AUD
241
8.4%
6.8%
9.6%
11.3%
9.9%
8.4%
5.9%
13/14
AUD
Service charges - Revenue % change - Chart A22
7.9%
9.2%
6.8%
4.6%
11.0%
6.9%
9.4%
CY
14/15
BUD
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.7%
0.2%
CY
14/15
ADJ
-4.8%
-0.9%
2.1%
3.0%
0.2%
0.3%
0.7%
CY
14/15
FCST
2.2%
7.0%
10.2%
13.9%
12.4%
7.5%
11.0%
Budget
Year
15/16
2.6%
6.9%
7.9%
9.5%
12.0%
6.4%
9.8%
Budget
Year
+1
16/17
5.7%
6.4%
7.9%
9.6%
11.5%
6.9%
9.8%
Budget
Year
+2
17/18
Cash Flow - Financing
576,074
4,609,681
(3,434,298)
11/12 AUD
Cash Flow - Investing (used)
(8,000,000)
(6,000,000)
(4,000,000)
(2,000,000)
Cash Flow - Op. Activities
Rm
2,000,000
4,000,000
6,000,000
8,000,000
(784,013)
(3,487,199)
4,805,438
12/13 AUD
369,562
(4,111,416)
5,041,837
13/14 AUD
242
24,697
(5,676,732)
5,277,879
CY 14/15 BUD
Cash Flow Trend - Chart A23
69,483
(5,639,260)
4,869,356
CY 14/15 ADJ
37,707
(5,729,637)
4,077,577
CY 14/15
FCST
(110,936)
(5,901,766)
5,773,323
Budget Year
15/16
20,150
(6,417,936)
6,200,335
Budget Year
+1 16/17
10,803
(6,918,013)
6,825,181
Budget Year
+2 17/18
PARENT
MUNICIPALITY
ETH eThekwini - Table A1 Budget Summary
Description
R thousands
Financial Performance
Property rates
Service charges
Investment revenue
Transfers recognised - operational
Other own revenue
contributions)
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Current Year 2014/15
Original
Budget
Adjusted
Budget
Full Year
Forecast
Budget Year
2015/16
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
2016/17
2017/18
4,462,666
11,428,037
221,079
1,858,822
2,688,881
20,659,485
6,475,740
84,751
1,487,001
866,281
6,710,935
141,694
4,728,967
20,495,368
164,117
1,550,919
–
1,715,036
9,755
1,724,791
4,992,534
12,499,079
291,492
2,026,005
3,019,733
22,828,843
5,911,639
84,713
1,585,831
935,694
7,615,696
174,304
5,643,067
21,950,944
877,899
1,631,745
–
2,509,644
1,231
2,510,875
5,452,688
13,112,696
320,321
2,191,385
3,270,060
24,347,151
6,780,566
94,721
1,625,379
850,203
7,895,243
169,000
6,757,636
24,172,749
174,402
2,041,011
–
2,215,413
15,083
2,230,496
5,481,368
14,790,650
483,415
2,584,010
3,022,484
26,361,927
7,216,326
93,026
1,944,925
1,168,339
8,522,864
205,214
7,305,506
26,456,199
(94,272)
3,377,740
–
3,283,468
–
3,283,468
5,521,968
14,790,650
483,415
2,640,964
2,993,840
26,430,838
7,279,965
93,026
1,944,925
1,168,339
8,522,226
200,629
7,347,160
26,556,270
(125,432)
3,406,939
–
3,281,507
–
3,281,507
5,539,951
14,908,486
618,091
2,678,934
3,018,215
26,763,678
6,917,847
97,186
1,892,756
1,304,840
8,643,512
194,933
7,312,677
26,363,752
399,926
3,308,319
–
3,708,245
–
3,708,245
5,936,803
16,609,914
748,005
2,630,016
3,215,409
29,140,147
7,828,640
98,554
2,085,418
1,427,493
9,766,032
228,961
7,630,830
29,065,928
74,219
3,573,253
–
3,647,471
–
3,647,471
6,318,024
18,439,974
823,358
2,716,409
3,381,192
31,678,957
8,441,475
103,569
2,147,096
1,476,004
10,938,765
244,115
8,096,867
31,447,891
231,066
3,682,317
–
3,913,383
–
3,913,383
6,754,792
20,418,856
872,038
2,950,312
3,561,303
34,557,301
9,091,646
108,927
2,310,139
1,507,353
12,254,416
257,807
8,634,707
34,164,995
392,307
3,891,048
–
4,283,355
–
4,283,355
3,484,739
1,550,919
–
1,000,000
933,820
3,484,739
3,468,713
1,631,745
–
–
1,836,968
3,468,713
4,176,529
1,915,454
–
1,500,000
761,075
4,176,529
5,613,077
3,377,740
–
1,000,000
1,235,337
5,613,077
5,613,077
3,406,939
–
1,000,000
1,206,138
5,613,077
5,613,077
3,308,319
–
1,000,000
1,304,758
5,613,077
5,969,188
3,573,253
–
1,000,000
1,395,935
5,969,188
6,367,378
3,682,317
–
1,000,000
1,685,061
6,367,378
6,870,111
3,891,048
–
1,000,000
1,979,063
6,870,111
Financial position
Total current assets
Total non current assets
Total current liabilities
Total non current liabilities
Community wealth/Equity
10,956,540
34,690,163
8,042,840
12,859,425
24,744,438
11,635,504
36,861,254
9,125,145
11,924,244
27,447,369
12,839,593
39,591,220
10,675,617
12,654,049
29,101,147
12,819,120
43,563,302
8,991,013
12,403,374
34,988,035
11,939,009
43,563,302
8,997,263
12,268,786
34,236,261
12,067,852
42,685,391
9,931,102
12,566,999
32,255,143
12,555,485
46,537,505
10,172,280
12,644,901
36,275,809
13,057,018
50,734,595
10,490,478
12,645,682
40,655,453
13,642,334
55,277,199
10,877,638
12,636,130
45,405,766
Cash flows
Net cash from (used) operating
Net cash from (used) investing
Net cash from (used) financing
Cash/cash equivalents at the year end
4,529,015
(3,404,047)
568,550
4,801,196
4,751,824
(3,461,049)
(792,218)
5,299,753
4,984,321
(4,051,535)
360,928
6,593,467
5,332,006
(5,578,788)
25,550
5,159,646
4,732,479
(5,578,788)
70,336
4,604,905
4,039,837
(5,729,637)
38,560
4,942,228
5,790,241
(5,901,766)
(15,663)
4,875,511
6,028,517
(6,417,936)
37,304
4,523,395
6,534,322
(6,918,013)
27,470
4,167,174
Cash backing/surplus reconciliation
Cash and investments available
Application of cash and investments
Balance - surplus (shortfall)
4,801,196
2,848,683
1,952,513
5,299,753
3,471,942
1,827,811
6,593,467
5,203,983
1,389,484
5,821,155
3,518,764
2,302,391
5,204,905
3,775,456
1,429,449
5,202,699
4,636,551
566,147
5,375,511
4,529,496
846,015
5,223,395
4,294,552
928,842
5,167,174
4,070,324
1,096,850
33,677,781
1,487,001
1,133,879
1,821,525
35,533,543
1,585,831
1,485,447
2,311,701
38,127,813
1,625,379
1,606,489
2,483,448
42,884,538
1,944,925
1,710,112
3,101,050
42,884,538
1,944,925
1,640,965
3,071,183
41,760,168
1,892,756
1,640,965
3,137,329
45,643,510
2,085,418
2,744,338
3,152,219
49,863,491
2,147,096
2,850,475
3,388,292
54,420,980
2,310,139
3,184,506
3,645,758
1,305,152
2,642,169
1,305,152
2,642,169
1,183,686
2,769,528
1,270,639
3,073,505
1,305,077
3,090,064
1,305,077
3,109,077
1,415,233
3,354,233
1,534,799
3,619,799
1,664,611
3,749,611
74
235
345
–
74
235
345
–
80
202
–
–
75
190
368
–
75
190
368
–
73
172
–
–
72
186
–
–
77
182
–
–
80
180
–
–
Employee costs
Remuneration of councillors
Depreciation & asset impairment
Finance charges
Materials and bulk purchases
Transfers and grants
Other expenditure
Total Expenditure
Surplus/(Deficit)
Transfers recognised - capital
Contributions recognised - capital & contributed assets
Surplus/(Deficit) after capital transfers & contributions
Share of surplus/ (deficit) of associate
Surplus/(Deficit) for the year
Capital expenditure & funds sources
Capital expenditure
Transfers recognised - capital
Public contributions & donations
Borrowing
Internally generated funds
Total sources of capital funds
Asset management
Asset register summary (WDV)
Depreciation & asset impairment
Renewal of Existing Assets
Repairs and Maintenance
Free services
Cost of Free Basic Services provided
Revenue cost of free services provided
Households below minimum service level
Water:
Sanitation/sewerage:
Energy:
Refuse:
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ETH eThekwini - Table A4 Budgeted Financial Performance (revenue and expenditure)
Description
R thousand
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Current Year 2014/15
Original
Budget
Adjusted
Budget
Full Year
Forecast
Budget Year
2015/16
Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
2016/17
2017/18
Revenue By Source
Property rates
4,350,799
4,923,532
5,308,509
5,352,283
5,392,883
5,392,852
5,803,863
6,181,114
111,867
69,002
144,180
129,085
129,085
147,099
132,940
136,911
141,000
Service charges - electricity revenue
8,352,757
9,203,189
9,472,047
10,477,612
10,477,612
10,503,140
11,778,524
13,189,028
14,702,957
Service charges - water revenue
Property rates - penalties & collection charges
6,613,792
1,893,865
2,066,325
2,302,765
2,879,423
2,879,423
2,966,997
3,279,627
3,589,788
3,935,799
Service charges - sanitation revenue
635,915
661,402
726,846
776,193
776,193
792,471
855,076
922,624
995,509
Service charges - refuse revenue
404,734
413,880
449,175
513,927
513,927
509,202
550,024
588,012
625,563
Service charges - other
140,766
154,283
161,863
143,495
143,495
136,676
146,662
150,521
159,028
Rental of facilities and equipment
406,218
421,816
437,218
451,237
451,237
453,350
483,003
507,170
539,020
Interest earned - external investments
221,079
291,492
320,321
483,415
483,415
618,091
748,005
823,358
872,038
Interest earned - outstanding debtors
92,526
112,689
143,037
114,629
114,629
155,800
163,249
171,242
179,366
Dividends received
Fines
–
–
129,165
240,604
248,511
113,756
113,756
78,864
83,499
88,389
93,568
Licences and permits
28,369
30,341
30,542
25,094
25,094
30,465
26,328
27,766
29,240
Agency services
11,718
12,495
10,795
12,744
12,744
12,744
13,382
14,051
14,753
Transfers recognised - operational
1,858,822
2,026,005
2,191,385
2,584,010
2,640,964
2,678,934
2,630,016
2,716,409
2,950,312
Other revenue
1,955,653
2,189,445
2,382,292
2,270,734
2,242,091
2,251,632
2,412,338
2,538,957
2,671,554
65,232
20,659,485
12,343
22,828,843
17,666
24,347,151
34,289
26,361,927
34,289
26,430,838
35,359
26,763,678
33,612
29,140,147
33,617
31,678,957
33,802
34,557,301
6,475,740
5,911,639
6,780,566
7,216,326
7,279,965
6,917,847
7,828,640
8,441,475
9,091,646
84,751
84,713
94,721
93,026
93,026
97,186
98,554
103,569
108,927
393,592
1,064,769
1,617,118
569,329
569,329
572,692
644,931
684,010
726,487
1,487,001
1,585,831
1,625,379
1,944,925
1,944,925
1,892,756
2,085,418
2,147,096
2,310,139
Gains on disposal of PPE
Total Revenue (excluding capital transfers and
contributions)
Expenditure By Type
Employee related costs
Remuneration of councillors
Debt impairment
Depreciation & asset impairment
Finance charges
Bulk purchases
Other materials
Contracted services
Transfers and grants
Other expenditure
Loss on disposal of PPE
Total Expenditure
Surplus/(Deficit)
Transfers recognised - capital
Contributions recognised - capital
866,281
935,694
850,203
1,168,339
1,168,339
1,304,840
1,427,493
1,476,004
1,507,353
6,666,970
7,557,474
7,839,588
8,520,259
8,519,622
8,640,349
9,760,765
10,933,310
12,248,703
43,965
58,222
55,655
2,604
2,604
3,163
5,267
5,455
5,713
2,842,584
2,873,636
3,256,444
3,699,513
3,703,427
3,764,628
3,823,710
4,114,039
4,427,278
141,694
174,304
169,000
205,214
200,629
194,933
228,961
244,115
257,807
1,486,296
1,699,722
1,883,877
3,036,398
3,074,119
2,974,861
3,161,903
3,298,525
3,480,646
6,495
20,495,368
4,940
21,950,944
197
24,172,749
265
26,456,199
285
26,556,270
496
26,363,752
286
29,065,928
292
31,447,891
295
34,164,995
164,117
877,899
174,402
(94,272)
(125,432)
399,926
74,219
231,066
392,307
1,550,919
1,631,745
2,041,011
3,377,740
3,406,939
3,308,319
3,573,253
3,682,317
3,891,048
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Contributed assets
Surplus/(Deficit) after capital transfers &
contributions
1,715,036
2,509,644
2,215,413
3,283,468
3,281,507
3,708,245
3,647,471
3,913,383
4,283,355
1,715,036
2,509,644
2,215,413
3,283,468
3,281,507
3,708,245
3,647,471
3,913,383
4,283,355
1,715,036
2,509,644
2,215,413
3,283,468
3,281,507
3,708,245
3,647,471
3,913,383
4,283,355
3,283,468
3,281,507
3,708,245
3,647,471
3,913,383
4,283,355
Taxation
Surplus/(Deficit) after taxation
Attributable to minorities
Surplus/(Deficit) attributable to municipality
Share of surplus/ (deficit) of associate
Surplus/(Deficit) for the year
9,755
1,231
15,083
1,724,791
2,510,875
2,230,496
244
ETH eThekwini - Table A5 Budgeted Capital Expenditure by vote, standard classification and funding
Vote Description
R thousand
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Current Year 2014/15
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Original
Budget
Adjusted
Budget
Full Year
Forecast
Budget Year
2015/16
Budget Year
+1 2016/17
Budget Year
+2 2017/18
Capital expenditure - Vote
Multi-year expenditure to be appropriated
Vote 1 - Office of the City Manager
Vote 2 - Finance
Vote 3 - Governance
Vote 4 - Corporate and Human Resources
Vote 5 - Economic Development & Planning
Vote 6 - Vote 6 - Community and Emergency Services
73,863
175,956
133,808
260,111
289,411
289,411
234,000
245,000
257,000
249,497
241,739
102,966
126,700
110,892
110,892
81,579
112,074
174,163
12,051
9,629
7,265
18,144
13,630
13,630
–
–
2,333
2,077
4,468
500
460
460
–
–
84,221
120,660
147,019
157,952
168,180
168,180
227,643
257,152
–
–
344,290
65,364
123,339
122,504
274,659
292,898
292,898
287,072
412,178
587,832
1,347,879
1,873,418
2,314,477
3,083,096
3,050,968
3,050,968
3,564,334
3,688,898
3,759,270
Vote 8 - Vote 8 - Electricity
567,382
519,668
526,070
666,942
666,942
666,942
636,422
666,152
691,100
Vote 9 - Vote 9 - Water
290,601
281,889
812,951
814,850
814,850
814,850
730,156
793,119
809,667
Vote 10 - Vote 10 - Formal Housing
213,809
165
655
1,927
7,915
3,746
Vote 7 - Vote 7 - Human Settlements and Infrastructure
Vote 11 - Vote 11 - Markets
Vote 12 - Vote 12 - Airport
–
2,880
408
600
2,908,927
3,356,863
4,176,529
191,756
674
–
5,500
75,880
147
–
53,968
5,299
451
–
11,936
Vote 4 - Corporate and Human Resources
52,742
8
–
Vote 5 - Economic Development & Planning
40,322
442
4,914
201,845
Capital multi-year expenditure sub-total
–
–
2,680
–
2,680
–
14,407
–
9,500
–
18,000
384
384
5,411,294
5,411,294
5,775,613
6,184,073
6,641,322
6,000
6,000
92,917
105,260
110,865
53,968
53,968
31,307
24,366
12,942
10,136
10,136
18,280
13,391
19,074
15,200
11,040
11,040
17,200
4,799
4,300
–
8,365
8,365
8,365
3,031
5,770
2,620
67
–
18,100
18,100
18,100
8,949
7,839
3,610
22,826
–
54,709
54,709
54,709
21,891
21,880
75,378
–
5,405,834
–
–
–
Single-year expenditure to be appropriated
Vote 1 - Office of the City Manager
Vote 2 - Finance
Vote 3 - Governance
Vote 6 - Vote 6 - Community and Emergency Services
Vote 7 - Vote 7 - Human Settlements and Infrastructure
Vote 8 - Vote 8 - Electricity
86,429
–
11,915
11,915
11,915
–
–
–
2,374
603
–
27,350
27,350
27,350
–
–
–
41
122
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Vote 11 - Vote 11 - Markets
587
81
–
200
200
200
–
–
–
Vote 12 - Vote 12 - Airport
52
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Vote 9 - Vote 9 - Water
Vote 10 - Vote 10 - Formal Housing
Capital single-year expenditure sub-total
Total Capital Expenditure - Vote
–
575,812
111,850
3,484,739
3,468,713
489,543
85,352
325,254
–
207,243
201,783
201,783
193,575
183,305
228,789
4,176,529
5,613,077
5,613,077
5,613,077
5,969,188
6,367,378
6,870,111
253,961
248,507
492,059
331,453
331,453
241,283
253,975
321,044
9,991
133,808
295,691
23,766
23,766
18,280
13,391
19,074
241,885
102,966
180,668
164,860
164,860
112,886
136,440
187,105
–
Capital Expenditure - Standard
Governance and administration
Executive and council
Budget and treasury office
Corporate services
Community and public safety
Community and social services
78,937
2,085
11,733
15,700
142,828
142,828
110,117
104,144
114,865
285,689
180,088
187,188
1,000,346
1,026,668
1,026,668
1,514,951
1,534,332
1,735,728
72,163
46,160
154,387
168,461
168,461
232,124
361,941
540,831
Sport and recreation
30,388
6,550
45,674
22,994
22,994
22,994
21,913
33,976
32,376
Public safety
25,998
36,930
4,696
88,898
100,837
100,837
20,926
14,831
13,340
213,850
49,779
64,684
707,587
707,587
707,587
1,218,930
1,108,400
1,143,986
Housing
Health
Economic and environmental services
Planning and development
–
15,453
14,666
25,974
26,480
26,789
26,789
21,058
15,184
5,195
1,073,388
1,225,132
1,430,551
1,796,930
1,790,320
1,790,320
2,106,035
2,330,129
2,465,425
59,107
363,978
147,619
169,397
200,282
200,282
230,674
262,922
346,910
Road transport
1,014,281
861,154
1,282,932
1,627,533
1,590,038
1,590,038
1,875,361
2,067,207
2,118,515
Trading services
1,636,119
1,801,536
2,306,537
2,323,742
2,461,756
2,461,756
2,092,512
2,239,442
2,329,915
Electricity
567,382
606,097
531,463
678,857
678,857
678,857
636,422
666,152
691,100
Water
483,294
282,492
812,951
842,200
842,200
842,200
730,156
793,119
809,667
Waste water management
426,008
773,215
822,062
700,750
845,851
845,851
641,736
653,900
683,621
Waste management
159,435
139,732
140,062
101,935
94,848
94,848
84,198
126,271
145,527
7,996
3,746
2,880
2,880
14,407
9,500
18,000
3,484,739
3,468,713
4,176,529
5,613,077
5,613,077
5,613,077
5,969,188
6,367,378
6,870,111
1,550,919
1,505,301
1,844,485
2,590,694
2,601,095
2,600,288
2,761,547
2,883,073
3,079,516
77,271
67,061
772,846
787,318
688,363
793,906
795,144
811,532
Other
Total Capital Expenditure - Standard
–
Funded by:
National Government
Provincial Government
District Municipality
–
Other transfers and grants
Transfers recognised - capital
1,550,919
Public contributions & donations
Borrowing
Internally generated funds
Total Capital Funding
49,173
3,908
14,200
18,526
19,668
17,800
4,100
1,631,745
1,915,454
3,377,740
3,406,939
3,308,319
3,573,253
3,682,317
3,891,048
1,500,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
–
1,000,000
–
–
1,000,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
933,820
1,836,968
761,075
1,235,337
1,206,138
1,304,758
1,395,935
1,685,061
1,979,063
3,484,739
3,468,713
4,176,529
5,613,077
5,613,077
5,613,077
5,969,188
6,367,378
6,870,111
–
245
ETH eThekwini - Table A6 Budgeted Financial Position
Description
R thousand
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Current Year 2014/15
Original
Budget
Adjusted
Budget
Full Year
Forecast
Budget Year Budget Year +1 Budget Year +2
2015/16
2016/17
2017/18
ASSETS
Current assets
Cash
Call investment deposits
703,598
979,463
996,029
1,291,700
1,081,700
1,081,700
1,014,151
914,576
813,762
4,730,000
4,725,000
5,955,000
5,400,000
5,000,000
5,000,000
5,200,000
5,300,000
5,400,000
Consumer debtors
2,562,414
3,032,372
2,882,059
3,233,660
2,963,549
2,969,176
3,183,214
3,509,221
3,886,716
Other debtors
2,711,910
2,592,154
2,657,453
2,545,102
2,545,102
2,737,177
2,864,548
3,025,194
3,218,656
Current portion of long-term receivables
Inventory
Total current assets
13,207
73,183
7,139
76,140
76,140
7,282
7,427
7,576
7,727
235,411
233,332
341,913
272,518
272,518
272,518
286,144
300,451
315,474
10,956,540
11,635,504
12,839,593
12,819,120
11,939,009
12,067,852
12,555,485
13,057,018
13,642,334
288,004
147,742
91,704
153,711
153,711
95,372
97,280
99,225
101,210
500,000
500,000
Non current assets
Long-term receivables
Investments
–
Investment property
260,100
258,039
260,958
252,904
252,904
258,348
255,765
253,207
250,675
Investment in Associate
644,013
526,324
645,113
426,322
426,322
580,602
522,542
470,287
423,259
32,757,318
34,586,643
37,095,006
41,872,165
41,872,165
40,815,326
44,699,096
48,919,378
53,479,349
Property, plant and equipment
Agricultural
–
Biological
Intangible
Other non-current assets
–
660,363
688,861
771,849
759,469
759,469
686,494
688,649
690,906
690,956
80,365
153,645
226,590
98,731
98,731
249,249
274,174
301,591
331,750
Total non current assets
34,690,163
36,861,254
39,591,220
43,563,302
43,563,302
42,685,391
46,537,505
50,734,595
55,277,199
TOTAL ASSETS
45,646,703
48,496,758
52,430,813
56,382,422
55,502,311
54,753,244
59,092,990
63,791,613
68,919,533
1,046,588
LIABILITIES
Current liabilities
Bank overdraft
632,402
904,710
857,562
870,545
876,795
879,001
838,640
991,181
Borrowing
772,327
957,240
992,214
1,095,000
1,095,000
1,095,000
1,046,000
1,060,000
1,073,000
Consumer deposits
1,064,895
1,191,422
1,511,191
1,313,543
1,313,543
1,586,751
1,666,088
1,749,392
1,836,862
Trade and other payables
5,279,116
5,768,419
7,069,016
5,420,585
5,420,585
6,079,009
6,336,038
6,410,100
6,646,980
294,100
303,354
245,634
291,341
291,341
291,341
285,514
279,804
274,208
8,042,840
9,125,145
10,675,617
8,991,013
8,997,263
9,931,102
10,172,280
10,490,478
10,877,638
Provisions
Total current liabilities
Non current liabilities
Borrowing
9,906,679
8,929,548
9,255,502
9,297,788
9,163,200
9,115,716
9,069,716
9,009,716
8,936,716
Provisions
2,952,746
2,994,696
3,398,547
3,105,586
3,105,586
3,451,283
3,575,185
3,635,966
3,699,414
Total non current liabilities
12,859,425
11,924,244
12,654,049
12,403,374
12,268,786
12,566,999
12,644,901
12,645,682
12,636,130
TOTAL LIABILITIES
20,902,265
21,049,389
23,329,666
21,394,387
21,266,050
22,498,101
22,817,181
23,136,160
23,513,768
NET ASSETS
24,744,438
27,447,369
29,101,147
34,988,035
34,236,261
32,255,143
36,275,808
40,655,453
45,405,766
COMMUNITY WEALTH/EQUITY
Accumulated Surplus/(Deficit)
12,473,003
14,583,421
15,542,269
22,085,888
22,083,927
19,793,037
24,080,888
28,682,767
33,687,639
Reserves
12,271,435
12,863,948
13,558,878
12,902,147
12,152,334
12,462,106
12,194,921
11,972,686
11,718,127
24,744,438
27,447,369
29,101,147
34,988,035
34,236,261
32,255,143
36,275,809
40,655,453
45,405,766
Minorities' interests
TOTAL COMMUNITY WEALTH/EQUITY
246
ETH eThekwini - Table A7 Budgeted Cash Flows
Description
R thousand
2011/12
2012/13
2013/14
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
Audited
Outcome
2015/16 Medium Term Revenue & Expenditure
Framework
Current Year 2014/15
Original
Budget
Adjusted
Budget
Full Year
Forecast
Budget Year
2015/16
Budget Year
+1 2016/17
Budget Year
+2 2017/18
CASH FLOW FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES
Receipts
Property rates, penalties & collection charges
4,462,666
5,036,944
5,452,688
5,481,368
5,285,026
5,429,152
5,639,962
6,002,123
6,417,052
11,428,037
12,499,079
13,112,696
14,790,650
14,986,779
14,359,476
16,047,785
17,745,858
19,652,614
Other revenue
1,914,142
2,133,500
1,574,554
2,222,007
2,242,091
2,164,376
3,018,548
3,176,333
3,348,135
Government - operating
1,858,821
2,026,005
2,191,384
2,584,010
2,640,964
2,678,934
2,630,016
2,716,409
2,950,312
Government - capital
1,550,919
1,631,745
2,041,011
3,377,740
3,406,939
3,308,319
3,573,253
3,682,317
3,891,048
313,605
442,084
518,343
598,044
598,044
773,892
911,254
994,600
1,051,404
Service charges
Interest
Payments
Suppliers and employees
(15,991,200)
(17,911,776)
(18,832,168)
(22,348,261)
(23,058,396)
(23,174,539)
(24,374,123)
(26,569,004)
(29,011,085)
Finance charges
(866,281)
(931,766)
(905,188)
(1,168,339)
(1,168,339)
(1,304,840)
(1,427,493)
(1,476,004)
(1,507,353)
Transfers and Grants
(141,694)
(173,991)
(169,000)
(205,214)
(200,629)
(194,933)
(228,961)
(244,115)
(257,807)
4,529,015
4,751,824
4,984,321
5,332,006
4,732,479
4,039,837
5,790,241
6,028,517
6,534,322
71,106
33,160
34,685
34,289
34,289
33,802
NET CASH FROM/(USED) OPERATING ACTIVITIES
CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES
Receipts
Proceeds on disposal of PPE
Decrease (Increase) in non-current debtors
Decrease (increase) other non-current receivables
–
(12,179)
(28,995)
35,359
33,612
33,617
35,000
(3,668)
(1,908)
(1,945)
(1,985)
65,832
(22,659)
(24,925)
(27,417)
(30,159)
(65,121)
60,643
(54,813)
(49,560)
Decrease (increase) in non-current investments
Payments
Capital assets
NET CASH FROM/(USED) INVESTING ACTIVITIES
(3,462,974)
(3,465,214)
(4,187,052)
(5,613,077)
(5,613,077)
(5,673,548)
(5,969,188)
(6,367,378)
(6,870,111)
(3,404,047)
(3,461,049)
(4,051,535)
(5,578,788)
(5,578,788)
(5,729,637)
(5,901,766)
(6,417,936)
(6,918,013)
1,500,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
62,550
62,550
75,560
79,337
83,304
87,470
CASH FLOWS FROM FINANCING ACTIVITIES
Receipts
Short term loans
Borrowing long term/refinancing
–
1,000,000
–
Increase (decrease) in consumer deposits
–
–
Payments
Repayment of borrowing
NET CASH FROM/(USED) FINANCING ACTIVITIES
(431,450)
(792,218)
(1,139,072)
(1,037,000)
(992,214)
(1,037,000)
(1,095,000)
(1,046,000)
(1,060,000)
568,550
(792,218)
360,928
25,550
70,336
38,560
(15,663)
37,304
27,470
NET INCREASE/ (DECREASE) IN CASH HELD
1,693,518
498,557
1,293,714
(221,233)
(775,974)
(1,651,239)
(127,188)
(352,115)
(356,222)
Cash/cash equivalents at the year begin:
3,107,678
4,801,196
5,299,753
5,380,878
5,380,878
6,593,467
5,002,699
4,875,511
4,523,395
Cash/cash equivalents at the year end:
4,801,196
5,299,753
6,593,467
5,159,646
4,604,905
4,942,228
4,875,511
4,523,395
4,167,174
247
DETAILED CAPITAL
BUDGET
(PARENT MUNICIPALITY)
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
245.081
272.422
364.910
19.759
5.325
3.500
19.759
5.325
3.500
63,9,9,5,5,8,10
19.759
3.159
5.325
2.825
3.500
3.500
59
16.600
12.000
2.500
2.000
0.000
0.000
Dev Planning & Man
59
0.450
0.000
0.000
Dev Planning & Man
103
2.500
0.500
0.000
Dev Planning & Man
Dev Planning & Man
Internal
10
0.450
1.200
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
225.322
267.097
361.410
225.322
267.097
361.410
2.000
1.000
1.000
0.000
0.000
131.000
61.000
11.000
0.000
4.000
16.750
16.750
0.000
0.000
0.000
128.000
68.000
17.000
5.000
8.000
48.500
20.000
0.000
15.000
13.500
161.500
101.500
10.000
5.000
21.500
38.000
5.000
0.000
1.000
2.000
0.000
0.000
70.000
45.500
9.000
15.500
13.000
5.000
2.000
5.000
5.000
8.000
0.000
60.000
20.000
20.000
20.000
10.000
10.000
10.000
10.000
5.000
0.000
20.000
60.000
10.000
30.000
20.000
100
99
19.000
2.000
17.000
2.000
2.000
15.000
15.000
26,27
39.645
0.000
30.400
7.000
51.000
0.000
Plan 1 : Develop and Sustain our Spatial,
Natural and Built Environment
1.1. Develop, Manage and Regulate the
Built and Natural Environment
1.1.1.Develop and implement a
sustainable & integrated spatial planning
system
1.1.2. Ensure the long term sustainability
of the natural resource base
D'MOSS
Dev Planning & Man
Reforestation (new grant funded
projects)
Reforestation Programme - Hub(DBSA)
Dev Planning & Man
Town centre renewal - Umlazi
Town centre renewal - Pinetown
Town centre renewal - Clermont
Town centre renewal - Umhlanga
Town centre renewal - Verulam
Town centre renewal - Inanda
Crossroads Node-Kwa Mashu
Neighbourhood Development
Umlazi
Kwa Mashu Town Centre
Mpumalanga
Rural Development
Umbumbulu and Nungwane Dam
Magabheni
Proposed
2017/18
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND
PLANNING
Plan 2 : Developing a Prosperous,
Diverse Economy and Employment
Creation
2.1. Leverage, influence & facilitate key
infrustructure development and maximise
the local benefit
2.1.4 Encourage investments into Key
Strategic Infrustructure Projects
Warwick Development
Furniture Incubator
BRT Bus Station Nodes - C3
Hammersdale N3 Interchange
2.1.6. Facilitating Nodal Development
Town Centre Renewal
Town centre renewal - Isipingo
Town centre renewal - Tongaat
Town centre renewal - Hammarsdale
Proposed
2016/17
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Reforestation Programme - Weir(DBSA)
Restoration Ecology Base(public
Contribution)
Plant and Equipment-Development
Planning(DBSA)
Giba Staff Quarters(public Contribution)
Proposed
2015/16
Economic Dev
Economic Dev
Economic Dev
28
Internal
18,41,37
4
Economic Dev
Economic Dev
Economic Dev
89
61
4
76,77,78,79,80,81,82,83,84,85
,86,87,88
18,25
19,21
35
58
56
46
87,76
45,46,48,54
6,91
Economic Dev
Economic Dev
Economic Dev
Economic Dev
Economic Dev
Economic Dev
Economic Dev
Economic Dev
Economic Dev
Economic Dev
Economic Dev
2.1.7 Urban renewal for 2014 and Beyond
Kings Park Mm Stadium Precinct
Urban Renewal
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
8.000
3.000
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
9.000
7.400
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
9.000
2.000
Beachfront
Moses Mabhida Stadium
Urban Renewal
Urban Renewal
26,27
27
Support Infrastructure(Include Mansel Road)
African Bazaar
Yacht basin
Inner City Regeneration
Urban Renewal
Urban Renewal
Urban Renewal
Urban Renewal
27
28
26
28
0.500
16.300
0.000
11.845
7.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
2.500
0.000
9.000
28.500
3.765
3.765
0.000
1.316
1.228
1.141
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.080
55.265
55.265
10.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
8.475
5.650
2.119
0.706
1.412
9.181
2.825
3.531
7.062
4.237
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.066
33.790
33.790
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
7.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
6.000
0.000
2.000
8.000
0.300
4.000
4.000
1.500
0.900
0.090
2.1.9. Managing the Informal Economy
Informal Trade
Ezimbuzini Mechanics Structure
Provision of Street Traders Shelters
Tongaat Storage and Ablution Facilities
Verulam Storage and Ablution Facilities
Kwamakhutha Business Hive
Isipingo Traders Shelters
Ezimbuzini Herb Market
Old Rest river Upgrade
Mangosuthu Traders Kiosks
16 Inwabi Road Business Hive & offices
CBD Bovine Head Market
Umlazi V Node
Kwamnyandu Traditional Food Market
Hambanathi Units
Umbumbulu
eFolweni Business Hive
Umhlanga Kiosks
Bead Sellers Market
Mtshebheni Trader Shelters
Pinetown Storage / ablution facility
Umhlanga CBD tradres Storage
Plant and Equipment - BSTMU
Business Support
Business Support
Business Support
Business Support
Business Support
Business Support
Business Support
Business Support
Business Support
Business Support
Business Support
Business Support
Business Support
Business Support
Business Support
Business Support
Business Support
Business Support
Business Support
Business Support
Business Support
Business Support
76
28
61
58
94, 67
90
97
44
87
89
28
88
87
61
100
96
35
28
56
18
35
Internal
2.1.10. Support & Grow the Tourism
Sector
Umhlanga Beach
Satelite Office for Durban Tourism
Economic Dev
Durban Tourism
35
27
10.500
1.000
0.000
18.000
0.000
0.000
19.000
0.000
4.000
Economic Dev
98
9.500
18.000
15.000
16.250
14.837
4.000
1.271
0.066
0.000
9.500
32.080
20.080
0.000
2.000
0.080
0.000
14.000
Tourism Nodes & Corridors - Umgababa
2.1.11 Support and Grow the Fresh
Produce Industry
Bulk Market
Development of Sales Hall
Markets - Plant & Equipment
Plant and Equipment - BSTMU
Upgrade of Cold Room Fascilities
Development of Distribution Centre
Bulk Market
Bulk Market
Retail Market
Bulk Market
Bulk Market
32
Internal
Internal
32
32
18.724
16.750
0.000
2.265
0.078
8.600
5.807
Development of Ripening Holding Facility
Bulk Market
32
0.000
0.000
4.000
Retail Markets
Brookdale
Verulam
Umlazi (Ezimbuzini
Herbsellers Market
Tongaat Market
English Market upgrade
Mansel Road upgrade
Retail Markets
Retail Markets
Retail Markets
Retail Markets
Retail Markets
Retail Markets
Retail Markets
52
58
76
28
61
28
26
1.974
0.000
0.000
0.000
1.027
0.948
0.000
0.000
1.412
0.706
0.441
0.265
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
12.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
8.000
4.000
0.688
0.432
0.540
Plant and Equipment
Plant and Equipment - Economic
Development
Plant and Equipment - DCM:Economic
Development & Planning
Economic Dev
Internal
0.290
0.076
0.200
DCM: Eco Dev & Planning
Internal
0.050
0.048
0.060
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
Durban Tourism
Plant and Equipment-Development Planning Dev Planning & Man
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
Internal
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
0.078
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
0.068
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
0.000
Internal
0.220
0.200
0.220
5131.758
5425.797
5796.050
4952.803
5170.050
5335.416
1218.930
1198.400
1134.686
628.020
643.900
738.786
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Plant and Equipment - BSTMU
Proposed
2015/16
Plan 3 : Creating a Quality Living
Environment
3.1. Meet Infrastructure and Household
Service Needs and Backlogs
3.1.1. New Integrated Housing
Development and Interim Servicing of
Informal Settlements
NEW HOUSING-DOH (INCL Slums
Clearance)
Rectification of RDP Stock 1994-2002
Brooksfarm Rectification
Burlington Station (Rectification)
Emaplazini
Harmony Height Rental (Rectification)
Jamaica : Phase 1
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
51,53
65
43,44
21
21
19.738
3.250
2.000
2.763
1.800
3.250
59.800
15.600
0.000
0.000
0.000
6.200
37.900
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
10.000
North and South Booth Road Rectification
Riverdene Rectification
Lovu rectification
Housing
Housing
Housing
34
77,78
98
2.925
3.750
0.000
12.000
16.000
10.000
0.000
19.000
8.900
Integrated Residential Development
Programme: Phase 1 Planning and
Services ( Informal Settlements)
Cornubia Ph 1B(1)
Cornubia Ph 1B(2)
Cornubia Ph 1B(3)
Housing
Housing
Housing
102
102
102
45.760
15.253
15.253
15.254
10.100
0.000
0.000
10.100
0.100
0.000
0.000
0.100
Integrated Residential Development
Programme: Phase 2 Top Structure
Construction (Informal Settlements)
Cornubia Ph 2B(1)
Cornubia Ph 2B(2)
Cornubia Ph 2B(3)
Cornubia Phase 2
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
102
102
102
102
80.690
26.896
26.897
26.897
0.000
125.000
0.000
0.000
100.000
25.000
128.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
128.000
Informal Settlement Upgrading
Amaoti Cuba
Burlington Greenfields - Extension
Cato Crest Insitu Upgrade
Craighban
Dodoza
Ekwandeni Phase 1
Emapheleni
Emaphephethweni
Etafuleni Ph 1
Folweni
Ezimbokdweni
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
53
65
30, 101
99
95
7,91
22
2
53,56
95,96
93
294.225
13.500
0.000
11.850
0.000
0.000
0.000
10.475
18.000
14.415
8.400
12.360
310.460
12.434
16.000
0.000
12.000
15.000
18.000
16.700
24.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
367.736
13.200
18.000
0.000
16.000
16.500
21.000
21.000
24.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Isandlwana Umlazi Ward B10 (Unit F, G & H)
Kennedy Road
Kingsburg West
Klaarwater Station
Klaarwater
Kloof Extension 15 & 21 Phase 3
KwaMakhutha Wire-Wall
Lamontville Ministerial
Matamfana Rectification
Mini Town Phase 2
Molweni Housing Project
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
77
25
98
16,17
16,17
15,21
16,17
74
45
6
9
0.120
4.520
12.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
14.400
7.440
0.000
0.000
0.300
14.500
0.000
17.500
11.100
13.400
15.000
0.000
4.019
2.000
6.000
0.300
21.000
0.000
18.000
13.000
7.000
15.000
0.000
0.000
4.000
10.000
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Mona Sunhills
Mount Moriah Phase 2, 3 & 4
Mpola Ph 3
Mpumalanga Unit G
Mpumalanga Extension Phase 2
Njobokazi - Mtamtengwo
Ntuzuma C Phase 1
Ntuzuma C Phase 2
Ntuzuma D Phase 2 & 3
Ntuzuma G Infill
Oakford Priory
Qiniselani Manyuswa
Redcliffe Phase 1
Richmond Farm A and B
Sandton Phase 2
Sandton Phase 3
Thambo Plaza
Trenance Park Phase 2B
Tshelimnyama Ph 4
Umbhayi Housing Project : Phase 1
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Umlazi Infill Phase 1 Part 4
Housing
Umlazi Infill Phase 1 Part 5
Umlazi Infill Project, Phase 2
Umnini Zone 3
Welbedaght East
Woody Glen Phase 1
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Emergency Housing Assistance (current
commitments)
Fire Damage
Housing
61,62
15
15
6
91
7
42
38,45
38,43
42,55
59
8,103,2
59,60
38,45,41
12,14
12
55,57
60
15
61
76,77,78,79,80,81,82,83,84,85
,86,87,88,89
76,77,78,79,80,81,82,83,84,85
,86,87,88,89
89,99
89,99
72,77,84
91
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
5.710
0.100
0.000
5.030
4.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
21.150
0.000
20.450
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
13.600
4.800
8.000
8.985
7.560
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
2.465
0.120
5.100
0.000
0.000
16.500
0.096
2.000
0.000
0.552
3.200
13.000
7.000
4.500
6.500
7.174
0.000
0.000
12.300
0.000
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
7.900
0.240
11.000
0.000
0.000
17.000
0.096
6.000
0.000
7.000
4.800
23.000
0.000
9.000
8.900
14.500
0.000
0.000
15.600
0.000
42.345
0.000
0.000
2.990
1.725
0.000
8.010
12.290
0.000
6.000
10.000
0.000
16.000
0.000
5.700
0.000
0.000
19.000
84.280
10.530
25.500
5.000
32.000
5.000
21.000
3.500
10.000
21.000
3.000
0.000
Northern Storm
Housing
Southern Storm
Housing
City wide
3,53,54,56,59,60,61,62,30,43,
41,44,45,46,47,55,57
84,93,94,67,80,98,85,86,99,95
,100,96
Western Storm
Inanda Dam
Housing
Housing
1-9,13,-23,65,72,91,92 &103
3
21.000
10.750
3.000
11.000
0.000
17.000
Rural Housing: Communal Land Rights
Amahlongwa Rural Housing Project
Emalangeni Phase 2
Inanda Mission Reserve(Mqhawe)
KwaXimba Ph 1
Ngcolosi Rural
Nsimbini Rural
Sobonakhona Phase 1
Kwalinda (12)
Umnini Rural Housing Project zone 2
Vumengazi/Ngoyameni Rural
Hambanathi 3A & 3B Rectification
KwaMgaga Rectification
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
99
6,9
2,3,44,56,43,55
1
2,8
94,95
96, 98
12
98,99
84,100
62
77,78
95.627
0.000
14.190
0.000
18.500
11.140
0.000
43.197
0.000
8.600
0.000
0.000
0.000
83.040
10.000
0.000
8.000
0.000
18.000
14.500
1.118
5.000
0.000
6.972
5.450
14.000
144.450
15.000
0.000
24.000
0.000
20.000
15.000
26.000
8.000
0.000
15.000
5.450
16.000
51,53
65
7,91
9
59,60
61,62
7.700
3.700
0.800
0.200
0.200
0.300
1.000
0.500
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Planning
2.4 Informal Settlement Upgrading
Burlington Greefield Extension
Ekwandeni Phase 1
Kloof Extension 15 & 21 Phase 3
Molweni Housing Project
Redcliffe Housing Project
Sunhills
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
0.200
0.500
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
0.000
0.000
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
0.000
0.000
Tshelimnyama Phase 4 Housing Project
Umbhayi Housing Project : Phase 1
Housing
Housing
15
61
4.2 Rural Housing: Communal Land
Rights
Dodoza
Embo
Vumengazi
Zwelibomvu/Isimahla RHP
Zwelibomvu/Vumazonke RHP
Qiniselani Amanyuswa
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
95
8
84,100
100
100
2,8,103
4.000
0.500
0.800
1.000
0.450
0.450
0.800
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Land parcels procured
Land Acquisitions
Salem
Emapheleni-Clermont
Aberfoyle
Greylands Phase 2 - additional
Cornubia North - additional
Mpumulanga Ext - aditional
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
7
22
60
62
102
6
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
30.000
1.000
2.500
2.000
3.000
10.000
2.000
28.600
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Amanzimtoti Mission Reserve - additional
Kwa Mashu J and K - additional
Luganda - additional
Shongweni South 1
Shongweni South 2
Red Cliff Valleyview
Ntshnogweni Phase 2
Molweni Phase 2
Lindokuhle
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
Housing
97
41
13
7
7
59,60
7
9
62
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
1.000
3.000
5.500
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
10.000
7.000
3.000
0.300
0.300
8.000
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
53
61
65
101,30
99
7,91
22
56,53
56,53
93
25
400.910
4.000
0.500
10.000
2.950
15.000
10.700
0.000
17.000
10.000
10.000
15.000
404.500
0.000
0.500
0.000
10.000
0.000
9.300
0.000
22.500
30.000
0.000
0.000
395.900
0.000
0.000
0.000
5.000
0.000
0.000
17.000
0.000
20.000
0.000
0.000
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
19
74,75
62
90
43
55
59
59
99
15
61
79
12.000
46.000
2.000
5.000
34.000
2.000
48.300
0.000
3.000
0.000
12.000
2.950
15.000
31.000
32.500
0.000
32.000
2.000
52.000
0.000
0.000
19.000
42.000
0.000
13.000
0.000
40.500
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
15.000
0.000
30.000
40.000
0.000
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
79
79
88
81
80
81
82
6.000
13.600
7.300
2.400
3.800
8.410
5.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
9.600
12.000
4.000
13.600
0.000
0.000
0.000
3.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Housing Infrustracture
Amaoti Cuba (Phase 1 & 4)
Belverde Extension
Burlington Greenfields - Extension
Cato Crest Insitu Upgrade
Craigeburn
Ekwandeni Ph1
Emapheleni Phase 2 Lot 3548
Etafuleni Ph 1A
Etafuleni Ph 1B
Ezimbokodweni (Emplangweni)
Kennedy Road
Kloof extension 15 & 21 ( KwaBhontshisi)
Lamontville Informal settlement
Mona Sunhill
Nkanku Road
Ntuzuma D Ph 2&3 (Stage 2)
Ntuzuma G Infill & G Triangle
Oakford Pr.
Redcliffe
Roseneath Gardens
Tshelimnyama Ph 4
Umbhayi
Umlazi B10 (GX1,F3,F9) Ph2
Umlazi B10 (GX7/8) Design fees (CX3,
GX20, WX1, GX1, F9, F3, WX2, GX5 &
M15)
Umlazi B10 (WX2) Ph3
Umlazi Infill - BX4
Umlazi Infill - CX1
Umlazi Infill - EX1
Umlazi Infill - FX3
Umlazi Infill - HX17
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
5.000
6.300
4.150
10.000
7.400
7.500
7.500
1.150
23.000
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
6.000
1.000
0.000
7.000
0.000
0.000
8.500
0.000
25.000
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Umlazi Infill - KX1
Umlazi Infill - M8,9,10
Umlazi Infill - P8
Umlazi Infill - PMH
Umlazi Infill - WX1
Umlazi Infill (GX5)
Umlazi Infill- CX3
Umlazi Infill -LX2
Zamani 2B
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
78
83
85
85
82
79
79
79
91
Umlazi Infill Part 2 Phase 1 Unit H (HX14)
Umlazi Infill Part 2 Phase 1Unit Q(Q8-Q10)
Umlazi Infill Part 5 Ph1 Unit (V8) / Umlazi
Glebe
Umlazi Infill - Part 4 - HX2
Mini Town phase 2
Amaoti Cuba Phase 2
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
83,87
77,78,80,85,86,88
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
14.000
16.000
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
77,78,80,85,86,88
80,81,87
98,99
53
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
6.800
24.000
30.000
20.000
Ntuzuma G Infill & G Triangle - Contractor
Burlington Greenfields - Extension Ph2
Etafuleni 1da
Sandton Ph 3 area 4
Etafuleni 1db
Cornubia Ph 2
Strategic Land Acquisition & High Intensity
Corridor Integration
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
Housing - Infrastructure
55
65
56,53
12
56,53
58,102
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
15.000
12.000
21.000
15.000
8.600
30.000
Housing - Infrastructure
city wide
20.000
20.000
0.000
60.000
60.000
10.000
8.000
8.000
0.000
19.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
7.000
8.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
90.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
11.300
0.000
12.300
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
1.100
0.200
0.150
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Community residential units (CRU)
Construction and upgrades
Hostels
Umlazi T
Kranskloof
Umlazi Glebelands
SJ Smith
KwaMashu
Dalton
Klaarwater
Jacobs
KwaMakhutha
Thokoza
Housing - Hostels
Housing - Hostels
Housing - Hostels
Housing - Hostels
Housing - Hostels
Housing - Hostels
Housing - Hostels
Housing - Hostels
Housing - Hostels
Housing - Hostels
89
20
76
75
39,40
32
17
75
94
31
100.000
100.000
10.000
10.000
10.000
10.000
20.000
8.000
8.000
8.000
8.000
8.000
Interim Services
Zambia
Zimbabwe
Amawoti-Lusaka
Africa
Amawoti-Namibia
Sitarami
Amawoti-Moscow
Manyaleni
Pumphouse
Umlazi J4
Umlazi GX6
Umlazi E2 (Egoli)
V2/V3/V4
Umlazi N 4
Umlazi L12 (Ekuthuleni)
Umlazi UX3 (Qhiph'Khowe)
Umlazi DX18
Umlazi AX1
Umlazi J13
Umlazi EX15 (Buyani)
Umlazi MX1
Umlazi JX4
Umlazi A3
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
57
53/57
53
55
56
61
59
69
72
77
79
80
80
82
83
86/85
87
80
77
81
83
77
80
90.000
3.000
6.800
8.500
7.700
0.000
4.200
0.000
1.500
2.200
5.300
1.400
3.000
3.600
1.700
1.700
2.900
0.000
0.000
2.600
1.500
0.500
2.400
1.500
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Umlazi V10(Shayamoya)
Umlazi A1
Umlazi BB 868
Umlazi M 14(Shisa-Bhe)
Umlazi AX1
Umlazi EX7 (Ethopia)
Umlazi ZX16 (Phalamende)
Sankotshe
Mini Town
Zibuse
Dassenhoek - Block C
Panekeni
Dassenhoek - Block B (Mocambique)
Dassenhoek - Block B (Mocambique)
Dassenhoek - Block A (Mansenseni)
Esivivaneni
Wathanga
Molweni (Romani 1)
Dark City
Cliffdale School Station
Lungelani
Ivy Close
Jan Roz
Umlazi EX9/ E16 (Thandanani)
Umlazi EX14 (Jabulani)
Umlazi M 14(Shisa-Bhe)
Umlazi MX6 (Ekuphileni)
Umlazi J 17+D189
Umlazi EX11 (Ekuthembeni)
Umlazi MX3
Umlazi N 6
Umlazi J7
Umlazi E5 (Ekuthuleni)
Umlazi MX6 (Ekuphileni)
Umlazi JX5
V10
Umlazi EX4 (Thokoza)
Umlazi M8/9/10
Esikhelekehleni 2
KwaMageza
Total Engineering
Total Roads
Roads
Route 3.1 road Upgrade Phase 2 : Congo to
D 403
20354 Street - Gravel to surface
Upgrade of Biko road - Kwandangezi
Township
Upgrade of Str 200010 & Str 200040 Sithundu Hills
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
Housing - Dev Eng
80
80
84
85/83
88
80
85
5
5
4
14
4
14
15
14
6
7
9
9
103
56
60
62
80
81
83/85
83/85
77
81
83
85
77
80
83/85
77
80
80
83
4
9
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
1.100
0.500
0.800
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
2.800
1.500
0.600
3.600
8.500
2.200
3.200
3.100
0.100
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
0.000
0.000
0.000
1.900
1.300
4.300
2.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
4.000
10.000
6.800
5.000
3.000
1.900
2.800
1.700
2.200
0.100
0.150
0.900
0.500
1.200
0.300
1.400
1.100
0.400
0.800
1.100
1.100
6.100
0.200
2.700
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
626.487
112.988
20.955
701.667
76.883
0.000
702.999
106.720
0.000
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
57
59
4.500
5.400
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Engineering - Roads
12
0.316
0.000
0.000
Engineering - Roads
13
0.316
0.000
0.000
Engineering - Roads
13
0.395
0.000
0.000
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
14
15
1.974
0.474
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Engineering - Roads
16
0.276
0.000
0.000
Upgrading of gravel road -Trk47057 - Demat Engineering - Roads
Upgrade-Str47823-Savannah Park
Engineering - Roads
Upgrade of Dahlia Rd-Wye Bank
Engineering - Roads
17
17
19
3.159
0.395
2.764
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Upgrade of Syringa Place - Nagina Township
Upgrading gravel road - Trk 75176 Dassenhoek
Sixth St, Thornwood, Ward 15
Upgrade of Makhunga Pl - St Wendolins
Township
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
Upgrade of Lentaka Pl - Kwadabeka
Township
Phephile Walk- Kwadabeka
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
20
20
0.237
0.276
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Road Access :Lots 244-247-Kwadabeka
Engineering - Roads
92
0.474
0.000
0.000
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
59
34
34
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
103
9
91
55
56
70
92.033
6.317
4.500
2.700
1.579
0.965
1.492
2.281
2.281
2.281
2.281
2.281
2.281
0.877
1.492
0.877
0.877
0.877
76.883
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
106.720
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
93
96
1.957
2.351
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
99
20
17/72
42/43/44
41
13
15
15
71
18
21
22
24
90
97
97
97
99
71
71
73
73
77
77
77
79
80
83
79
62
94
16
13/17
13/14/15
35
2.202
2.369
0.614
2.808
0.175
0.316
0.237
0.158
0.158
0.237
0.158
0.158
0.158
0.553
0.276
0.237
0.118
0.355
0.316
0.316
0.118
0.158
0.118
0.118
0.079
0.118
0.118
0.118
8.000
1.228
1.755
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
1.501
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.971
1.104
1.721
0.353
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Gravel to Surfaced Community Access
Roads
D403 Link To Verulam
Hendon road Upgrade
Wembley road Upgrade
Stockville road Upgrade
Marie road
Imbozamo Link road
New River School road
Kwacele road
Mbojane road
Malangeni access road -Phase 2
Salem Access road
Hlengwa access road
Other roads
Access road Upgrade
Various gravel roads In Inanda
Route 5.4
Sunset grove
Access road A665 From Wanda Cele Rd To
Sports Field
Shozi road
Bhoqwana road & Uzemu road - Magabheni
Sidewalk - Khululeka Drive
Sidewalk - Demat Road
Sidewalk - Ithendele Drive
Sidewalk - Malandela Road
Lanes and Footpaths
Sidewalks : Young road - Pinetown
Lanes and Footpaths - Tshelimnyama
Sidewalks : Spencer road - Shallcross
Sidewalks
Sidewalks
Sidewalks
Sidewalks : Homestead road - Westville
Sidewalks: Jacaranda Crescent
Sidewalks: Mayville Terrace
Sidewalks: Krantzdraai Crescent
Sidewalks: Gracedale
Sidewalks: Eagle road - Umkomaas
Sidewalks: Golden Poppy Crescent
Sidewalks: Ras Dashan Street
Sidewalks: Rose Heights road
Sidewalk : Woodcrest avenue
Passage : J874 / 852
Passage : J808 / 815
Passage : J854 / 855
Sidewalks: Ngwenya road
Sidewalk: Sibusiso Mdakane road - School
Sidewalks: Sukuma road
Umlaas River Gx 11 Ped Bridge
Ped Bridge - Burbreeze 2015/16
Ped Bridge - Ezimbokodweni 2015/16
Sidewalk - St Wendolins Road
Sidewalk - Old Main Road
Sidewalk - Milky Way (Pinetown)
Sidewalk - North Coast Road
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Sidewalk - D403
Sidewalk - J G Champion Drive (Northern
Drive)
Sidewalk - Sibusiso Mdakane Drive
Sidewalk - Griffiths Mxenge Hwy
Sidewalk - South Coast Road
Ped Bridge - Emansomini, Ezimbokodweni
Riv.2016/17
Imbozamo road - Phase 2
Egugwini road - Ward3
Panekeni road - Ward4
Ebohodini road -Ward4
Minitown access Road - Phase 2
Gudlintaba road - Ward8
Molweni Side road - Phase 2
Ekwandeni road
Popo road
Road 108512
Route 5.4 - Phase 2
Road 108706
Upgrade St 211600 - Emansanseni
Upgrade Second St Thornwood
Upgrade Iwa road -Nazareth
Upgrade Gravel roads -Umbhedula
Upgrade St 200709 Kwadabeka
Upgrade St 200382- Welbedacht
Rochdale road Extension, Parlock,
Pioneer road, Redcliffe Upgrade,
Ben Nevis road Upgrade,
Mbondwe road, Richmond main, Ingcebo Dr
Intersection,
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
0.000
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
3.090
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
0.000
Engineering - Roads
57
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
51
79/80/81/82
78/84
75/32
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
1.854
1.412
2.472
1.412
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
94
2
3
4
4
6
8
9
91
103
54
56
57
14
15
16
17
19
72
34
60
34
0.877
0.877
0.877
0.439
0.219
0.877
0.877
0.877
0.439
0.877
0.439
1.316
0.439
0.877
0.877
0.439
0.439
1.316
0.877
0.088
0.439
0.088
3.973
3.973
0.883
0.177
0.441
2.648
2.207
1.324
0.883
2.207
0.883
3.090
0.883
1.324
1.766
0.883
0.883
3.090
1.766
0.300
0.441
0.353
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Engineering - Roads
45
0.877
1.324
0.000
Road 120802 (Shembe Church) Upgrade,
Engineering - Roads
41
0.351
0.706
0.000
Ingcebo drive, Richmond main Sidewalk,
Mpofana road Sidewalk,
Umzinto road Sidewalk,
Phongolo road Sidewalk,
Umthwalume road Sidewalk
Nkonka road - Phase 3
Isithombothi road - Gravel to surface
Sebenza way - gravel to surface
Phaphama way - gravel to surface
Cross street - gravel to surface
Ntuzuma main road, Ward 38 - gravel to
surface
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
45
41
41
41
41
45
45
43
43
60
0.877
0.088
0.088
0.088
0.088
0.439
0.877
0.877
0.439
0.877
1.324
0.265
0.177
0.265
0.177
0.441
1.766
1.766
0.883
1.324
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Engineering - Roads
38
0.433
5.738
0.000
82078 Street ,Ward 61 - gravel to surface
510137Str
Road 109101
Dudu Mkhize circle
Adams clinic access road 84140Trk
510049Str/Bheka Gumede/Alutha
Mhize/Mdavu Sihkonde
Uqalo St /Rd10073
106586 STR
106589 STR
Ilozane STR
NOGWAJA RD
ISIQWAYI GR
INYOKA WAY
IBUNDA AVE
ANGOLA BUS ROUTE
CRECHE ROAD
NEW RIVER SCHOOL ROAD
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
61
67
87
94
96
1.316
1.316
0.439
1.316
0.219
1.766
2.207
0.530
1.766
0.441
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
96
98
38
38
38
47
45
45
45
53,56
1
3
1.316
0.439
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
2.737
0.441
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.500
3.700
2.800
1.878
1.100
0.960
1.062
8.720
4.000
6.000
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
NTABANKULU
TRK 86893
Makiligi Circle
Road A637 upgrade
Road A626 upgrade
Ndoda Mpungose upgrade
Road Upgrade- 211744STR
Ubhaqa Rd Upgrade
Road Upgrade- TRK 75165
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
9
59
67
94
95
67
12
13
14
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Road Upgrade- 201199STR &200499STR
Road Upgrade- Mfeme Rd
Road Upgrade- 47058TRK
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
15
17
72
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
4.170
1.500
4.100
Sidewalks
Milky Way (Pinetown)
Booth Rd
Shallcross Road
Mountbatten Drive
Clare Road
Zazi Road (Clermont)
Wyebank Road
South Coast Road
Wanda Cele Road
Old Main Road
South Spinal Road
J G Champion Drive (Northern Drive)
Fernham Drive
Newlands West Dr
Ntuzuma Main Road
Umzinyathi Drive
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
13/14/15
29
71
23
23
21
19
75/32
93/97/67
90
84/85/86
51
52/54
37/11
45
44
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.574
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
25.000
1.400
1.600
0.700
1.000
0.850
0.600
0.450
0.850
4.150
0.600
1.000
0.200
2.800
1.900
1.500
0.400
Engineering - Roads
22
0.000
0.000
2.000
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
51
Internal
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.574
3.000
0.000
423.667
423.667
40.000
61.710
261.519
4.738
501.676
501.676
40.000
118.825
285.851
0.000
435.000
435.000
35.000
0.000
400.000
0.000
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Pedestrian bridge off Epayipini: Clermont
Pedestrian bridge off Tottenham road over
Riet river to Furrow Palm
Plant and Equipment - roads provision
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
7.000
5.000
1.250
9.000
4.000
1.250
3.850
2.250
1.630
Total Roads
Roads
Vusi Mzimela road Upgrade - Phase 2
Northern areas road Upgrades
Road Rehabilitation(Blocksum)
Matheran road Extension
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
Engineering - Roads
29,65,101
Blocksum
Blocksum
34
Wandsbeck road Upgrade (Upgrade)
Engineering - Roads
23,25
2.700
0.000
0.000
Low Volume Roads Surfacing Programme
Engineering
City wide
53.000
57.000
0.000
StormWater
Umhlanga Tidal Pool
Point road Culvert Extension
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
35
26
67.941
0.000
0.000
102.804
0.000
0.000
85.900
20.000
1.000
Atenuation Structure Eia
Eng - Stormwater
55
0.450
0.000
0.500
Central Beachfront Piers
Master Drainage Plans for Ohlanga and
Umhlangane Catchments
Eng - Stormwater
26
4.500
0.000
5.000
Eng - Stormwater
Zone 12,13,14
4,38,39,40,41,43,44,45,46,47,
58,63,76,77,79,80,81,82,83,84
,85,86,87,89
0.450
0.000
0.500
0.540
0.000
0.500
SMS Analysis (
Umlazi/Hamarsdale/Queensburgh/Ntuzuma) Eng - Stormwater
Stormwater System Upgrades - Zone 10
Eng - Stormwater
Zone 10
1.800
0.000
1.500
Stormwater System Upgrades - Zone 11
Eng - Stormwater
Zone 11
2.100
0.000
2.000
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
Stormwater System Upgrades - Zone 13
Eng - Stormwater
Zone 13
0.000
0.000
1.000
Stormwater System Upgrades - Zone 16
Eng - Stormwater
Zone 16
6.884
0.000
5.000
Stormwater System Upgrades - Zone 09
EMERGENCY FUNDING - All Zones
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
1.755
30.000
0.000
21.662
1.500
30.000
Asset Management Phase 3
EMERGENCY FUNDING - All Zones
Pinetown Cbd
Point road Culvert Extension
Revamp of Sand Pumping Scheme
M786 Inkume road Kwamashu M
F370 Sdumo Mathe road Umlazi F
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Zone 09
Zone 1-17
35,36,38,39,40,41,43,45,46,47
,54,55,56,57,58,61,64
Zone 1-17
18
26
26
47
79
3.600
2.700
0.900
3.600
1.800
0.315
0.315
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
5.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
1.500
0.000
0.000
H - Section No Valid road Name Npgwaja
Kwa Mashu
5 Umholoba road Kwamashu B
P325 Viviyo road Umlazi P
No 105/A2529 Mkhoma Rd Newtown A
33 Mphemba road Kwamashu F
U702 Umlazi road Kwamashu C
21 Thamela Crl Umlazi U
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
47
40
83
44
46
40
86
0.108
0.180
0.108
0.036
0.270
0.270
0.360
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Zone 12,13,14
11
41
46
2.700
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
5.000
0.200
0.200
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
49
8
92
8
23
63
4
10
10
8
9
19
9
9
10
19
23
8
8
9
19
10
4
10
9
17
60
62
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
1.000
0.200
0.200
0.200
0.200
1.000
0.500
0.300
0.300
0.200
0.300
0.200
0.200
0.200
0.200
0.700
0.700
0.200
0.300
0.200
0.200
0.300
0.200
1.000
0.300
0.200
2.000
3.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
2.500
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
62
60
58
0.000
0.000
0.000
3.000
5.000
5.000
3.000
0.900
2.500
Eng - Stormwater
61
0.000
2.500
0.000
Eng - Stormwater
35
0.000
6.000
0.000
IRPTN related Stormwater Requirements
Galjoen/Unilever Upgrading of Culverts
86 Gillham road
9-15 Archbridge
219 Clayfied Drive – Upgrading of Sw
System
Inanda road Sw U/G
Lyttleton/ Woolston road,Reservoir Hills
Lot 306 Mkhize road , Nazareth
312 Mclarty road, Reservoir Hills
Brokensha road, Queensburgh
5 Kelly road, Hammersdale
12 Madeleine road, Gillitts
Clifton/ York , Winston Park
3/10 Springside road, Hillcrest
Homestead road, Forest Hills
Ntokomala road, Kwadabeka
34/36 Debengeni road, Waterfall
55 Rowles avenue, Waterfall
3/4 Judges Walk, Kloof
Kwadabeka J - Sw Extensions
Cassia road/ Shannon Drive Reservoir Hills
Cadmore road, Assagay
Congo road, Molweni
Pine Tree Place, Waterfall
Lot 769 Kwadabeka A
94 Jan Smuts Avenue, Winston Park
Laybye road, Fredville
Carnation Place, Stockville
12 Mkongweni road, Watefall
882 Nxele road, Savannah Park
Moodley Lane, Verulam – Culvert Upgrade
Tongaat, Maidstone – Stormwater Upgrade
Tongaat, Hambanathi - Stormwater
Upgrade
Verulam, Suraya Heights
Waterloo – Stormwater Upgrade
208 Desai Cres.,Effingham Heights, Stormwater Upgrade
58 William Campbell Drive, Old Bush road
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
Inanda Glebe - Cemetry Eroding Away
Eng - Stormwater
44
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
0.000
York Street, Amanzimtoti-Collapsed pipe
Eng - Stormwater
93
0.000
1.500
0.000
S/W Upgrade to Council Flats - Chatsworth
Noel road, Bluff - Beach Outfall
Essenwood road (Behind Daisy) - S/W
Upgrade
Worthing Ave, Bluff - Slips to Railway
Alpine road/Jaidu Place
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
70
66
0.000
0.000
2.000
5.000
0.000
0.000
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
0.000
0.000
0.000
1.000
10.000
0.500
0.000
0.000
0.000
Upgrade to Coastal Outfalls
Heritage Park - Attenuation
Pigeon Valley - Attenuation
Spar-Swallow, Yellowood Park
Crow S/W Upgrade - Yellowood Park
Kestrel, Yellowood Park
Yellowood Park Lane
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
Eng - Stormwater
31
66
25
26,27,35,36,66,67,90,93,97,98
,99
33
33
64
64
64
64
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
3.000
8.000
2.000
0.700
0.700
0.500
0.150
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
30
0.000
1.000
0.000
21.891
16.550
20.305
20.305
74.779
15.947
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Old Dunbar/Haviland Road,S/W Inlet/Outlet Eng - Stormwater
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
1.500
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
0.000
3.6 Sustainable Public Spaces
PROJECT MANAGEMENT UNIT
Integrated Infrastructure Asset - Asset
Management software
Elipse 8 Licences
Computer hardware
Commissiioning, Installation & Data
Verification
Plant and Equipment
Engineering- Ims
Engineering- Ims
Internal
Internal
16.550
2.000
2.000
20.305
3.000
3.000
15.947
8.000
0.500
Engineering- Ims
Engineering- Ims
Internal
Internal
10.550
2.000
12.000
2.305
7.347
0.100
ARCHITECTURAL
Development of Old Fort campus
Old fort complex
Office Rationalisation
Construction of New Waterfall Depot
Engineering- Architecture
Engineering- Architecture
Engineering- Architecture
Engineering- Architecture
26
26
internal
internal
5.341
4.500
0.841
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
58.832
0.000
0.000
25.000
17.532
Construction of New regional Office(North) Engineering- Architecture
- Redecoration of SCM and RSWM
Buildings
Engineering- Architecture
- Upgrade (brick) covered parking including
replacing Asbestos roof
Engineering- Architecture
internal
0.000
0.000
15.000
internal
0.000
0.000
0.300
internal
0.000
0.000
0.500
Engineering- Architecture
internal
0.000
0.000
0.300
Engineering- Architecture
internal
0.000
0.000
0.200
ENGINEERING DCM
OFFICE OF THE DCM
Internal
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.600
0.300
DCM: Trading Services Office Refurbishment Executive
Internal
0.000
0.000
0.300
Ethekwini Authority
City wide
1014.874
1.200
1030.540
2.000
1158.516
2.000
Ethekwini Authority
6
11,18,19,20,21,22,46,47,48,54
,92,102
102
35102
47102
City wide
0.400
0.000
0.000
437.455
57.000
0.000
100.000
100.000
391.272
53.000
0.000
90.000
200.000
421.878
40.000
100.000
0.000
250.000
- Replace roof (Asbestos) to main building
- Replacement of air conditioning at city
engineers building
Ethekwini Transport Authority
PT shelters
PT layby : Meyiwa Main Road Between
Ndabezitha and Shangase Road
Corridor C3 - PTIS funded
Bridge city terninal -PTIS funded
Corridor C9 - PTIS funded
Bridge City Depot - PTIS funded
ITS & IFMS - PTIS funded
Planning & Programme Support - PTIS
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Special needs transport
Intelligent T/port sys. (ITS) Traffic Mgm.
Traffic calming - High order roads - Various
Traffic calming - Quarry heights drive
Traffic calming - Brad Street
Traffic calming - Mansel Road
Traffic calming - Eden Road (Sarnia)
Traffic calming - Keal road
Traffic calming - South Spinal road
(Masimbonge drive to 2548 street)
Traffic calming - Bhambatha road
Traffic calming - Mugabe road
Traffic calming - Brookdale Dr (Phoenix)
Traffic calming - Zwe Madlala Drive
Traffic calming - Ashwell Road
Traffic calming - Caronia Road
Traffic calming - Fourth street
Traffic calming - Garbutt Road
Traffic calming - Kunene Road
Traffic calming - Selbourne Road
Traffic calming - Sigonyela Road
Traffic calming - Umzimvubu Road
Traffic calming - Mpevu Road
Traffic calming - Phumowakhe Road (Dirk
Uys street to Stellawood road)
Traffic calming - Thasoso Road
Traffic calming - Bhekisizwe Road
(Thornwood)
Traffic calming - John Dory Drive
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
1.000
2.000
0.000
0.260
0.080
0.060
0.260
0.100
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
1.000
4.000
5.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
4.000
4.000
5.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
City wide
City wide
City wide
11
99
26
16
31
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
84
84
84
51
82
101
101
19
30
6
33
78
78
78
0.320
0.220
0.100
0.080
0.220
0.140
0.100
0.060
0.060
0.220
0.140
0.120
0.080
0.120
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
95
95
0.200
0.080
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
14
11
0.220
0.160
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
8
37
64
0.260
0.180
0.140
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
37
0.300
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
19
0.100
0.000
0.000
Traffic calming - Street 120630 (Ntuzuma -D) Ethekwini Authority
43
0.180
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
City wide
0.000
5.000
6.000
Ethekwini Authority
46
0.250
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
58
0.450
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
87
0.350
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
16
0.650
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
34
0.350
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
86
1.150
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
72
1.300
0.000
0.000
Traffic calming - Springside road (between
ridge road and homestead avenue)
Traffic calming - Riverdene drive
Traffic calming - Wingate Road
Traffic calming - Newlands West Dr (After
Castle hill)
Traffic calming - Cherry Road (Wyebank)
Pedestrian Safety
Pedestrian Safety - Ntombela Road BTW
109236 ST (NEAR HAWU RD) TO
Mlangeni/Sibiya RD
Pedestrian Safety - Crocodile Road
Wwaterloo BTW MR96 & PRICKLEPEAR
RD
Pedestrian Safety - Mayibuye
Drive(UMLAZI)-Btw Mkhiwane Road &
GUMTREE CRES
Pedestrian Safety - ST WENDOLINS
ROAD(ST WENDOLINS)-Btw WILTSHIRE
ROAD & IZIBONGO PLACE
Pedestrian Safety - Steeple Road between
Smithfield Road and Temple Road
Pedestrian Safety - Maurice Gumede
DRIVE(UMLAZI U)-Btw Mkhathali dr &
philani walk, and amakhosi walk to sbu
magwanyana dr
Pedestrian Safety - DEMAT ROAD-Btw
MBEMBESI ROAD AND 200382 RD
(AFTER SHALLCROSS PRIMARY
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Pedestrian Safety - Mahlathi Road (Ngwenya
Rd to Mwelase Rd and Nala Rd to Mbusweni
Rd)
Pedestrian Safety - Lenham Drive (Hse no. 5
- 462 Lenham Dr)
Pedestrian Safety - Tom Tom Road (Hse no.
452 - 9 Tom Tom road)
Pedestrian Safety - Klaarwater Road (Hse
no. 57 - 199 Klaarwater road)
Pedestrian Safety - Glenugie Road (Hse no.
19 - 86 Glenugie Road)
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
Ethekwini Authority
24
0.200
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
52
2.550
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
12
1.290
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
17, 71
0.400
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
18
0.450
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
18
0.022
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
76
0.210
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
80, 88
0.770
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
82, 86, 87
1.470
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
47
0.015
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
70
0.263
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
45
City wide
4.000
0.000
4.000
2.000
0.000
2.000
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
71
Demand driven
City wide
City wide
2.000
0.000
3.000
0.000
2.000
2.000
1.000
3.000
0.000
2.000
2.000
4.000
Ethekwini Authority
25
0.200
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
24
0.200
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
35
0.200
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
85
0.200
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
49
0.200
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
48
0.200
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
48
0.200
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
48
0.200
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
35
0.200
0.000
0.000
Traffic Signal - Accessible pedestrian signals Ethekwini Authority
Traffic Signal - LED upgrade
Ethekwini Authority
Traffic Signal - Vandal proof cover
Ethekwini Authority
City wide
City wide
City wide
2.500
2.200
2.200
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Area traffic control
PT Ranks Holding areas
Mophela Taxi rank - New Rank
Cartwrights Flats North - New Roof
Isipingo CBD Taxi Ranks (North and
Alexandra Rd) - New Rank
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Internal
City wide
5
28
4.000
0.000
3.000
8.000
4.000
10.000
0.000
0.000
4.000
10.000
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
90
4.000
0.000
0.000
Pedestrian Safety - Anderson Road (Hse no.
18 Kings Rd - 17 Anderson Rd)
Pedestrian Safety - Prince Mcwayizeni
(Prince Mcwayizeni Dr/P67- Prince
Mcwayizeni Dr/Sibusiso Mdakane Dr)
Pedestrian Safety - Veni Yeni Road (Hse no.
52 - 287 Veni Yeni Road)
Pedestrian Safety - Mayibuye Drive (Hse no.
336 - 21 Mayibuye Dr)
Pedestrian Safety - Bhejane Road (Hse no.
33 Bhejane Rd- 108280 Street)
Pedestrian Safety - Higginson Hwy [East
Bound] ( Shallcross Rd- Chatsglen Station
Ped bridge)
Local Safety improvements - Intersection :
Ingcebo/Mbondwe Road/ Richmond Road
Local Safety improvements
Local Safety improvements - Intersection :
Shallcross Road /Burlington Road
Arterial Capacity Improvements
Non motorised transport
Traffic Signals
Traffic Signal - Intersection : RD
Naidu/Crocus
Traffic Signal - Intersection : Attercliffe / Jan
Hofmeyer
Traffic Signal - Intersection : Autumn /
Herrwood
Traffic Signal - Intersection : Old South
Coast Rd / Sabjee Rd
Traffic Signal - Intersection : MR577 /
Cemetery Road
Traffic Signal - Intersection : Phoenix HW /
Rydalvale Drive
Traffic Signal - Intersection : Phoenix HW /
MG Hospital
Traffic Signal - Intersection : Phoenix HW /
Clayfield Drive
Traffic Signal - Intersection : MR2 / Mt
Moriah
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
Itshelimnyama Taxi rank - New Rank
Ethekwini Authority
15
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
2.500
University Avenue Taxi rank - Office Block
Verulam Bus rank - Roof Upgrade
Ezimbuzini Taxi rank - Roof Upgrade
Emtshebheni Taxi rank - Roof Upgrade
Tomato Hall Taxi rank - Roof Upgrade
KwaMnyandu Taxi rank - Roof Upgrade
KwaNgcolosi Taxi rank - Roof Upgrade
Intshanga Taxi rank - Roof Upgrade
Winkelspruit Taxi rank - Roof Upgrade
Swinton Road Taxi rank - Roof Upgrade
Brook / Prince Edward Street Taxi Rank Rank Resurfacing
Lorne Street Bus Rank - Rank Resurfacing
Soldiersway Taxi Rank - Rank Resurfacing
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
28
3
88
44
28
83
2
4
97
75
1.500
0.240
0.310
0.220
2.500
0.063
0.072
0.073
0.071
0.025
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
28
28
28
0.414
0.502
1.320
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
28
0.400
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
28
28
48
1.000
0.080
0.160
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
28
32
City wide
27,33,45
65
63
0.768
1.000
0.000
11.701
0.500
0.500
0.000
1.000
9.690
3.578
0.500
0.500
0.000
5.000
9.538
5.000
0.500
0.500
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
Ethekwini Authority
31
11,37
11,37,38,43
34,36
102
29
24
28
102
Internal
0.500
3.000
30.000
2.000
125.000
20.000
1.000
0.000
20.000
0.500
0.500
40.500
17.500
2.000
70.000
30.000
10.000
20.000
20.000
0.500
0.500
40.000
12.500
20.000
50.000
0.000
57.500
30.000
45.000
0.600
4, 8, 9, 140, 19, 44, 103
City wide
City wide
City wide
City wide
City wide
City wide
34,48,35
102
62
35,48, 49, 50, 58, 102, 103
City wide
City Wide
City wide
51, 60, 102
City wide
59
8
All Southern Wards
City wide
City wide
2092.512
730.156
355.396
4.387
2.632
7.897
4.387
4.387
10.529
4.387
2.369
0.000
90.000
55.000
28.077
35.096
0.877
3.948
8.774
8.774
0.200
0.790
20.000
2239.443
793.119
300.000
25.248
2.648
13.242
4.414
4.414
8.828
3.000
1.589
0.441
90.000
60.000
29.132
35.312
0.883
3.531
6.000
5.297
13.242
0.883
20.000
2339.215
809.667
228.513
27.422
2.742
13.711
0.000
3.656
10.969
0.000
5.302
27.422
91.405
59.413
31.992
36.562
0.914
4.570
1.828
1.828
13.711
0.914
27.422
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Mansfield Taxi Rank - Rank Resurfacing
University Avenue Taxi Rank - Rank
Resurfacing
Old Dutch taxi rank - Rank Resurfacing
Besters Taxi rank - Rank Resurfacing
Centenary Taxi rank - Rank Resurfacing
Bayhead - Edwin Swales Link
PT Fundamental Restructing (Existing)
Bus Depot Upgrades
M10 (Wakesleigh Road) - M7 to Sarnia
M5 (Sarnia Road) upgrade
Randles road - RD naidoo to western
freeway
Inanda arterial extension
Newlands expressway extension
Inanda road realignment to Chris Hani road
Cornubia Blvd (Cornubia)
Harry Gwala road upgrade
M13/Essex Terrace interchange
Berea Station : Taxi Rank
N2/M41 Interchange
Plant and Equipment
3.1.4. Infrastructure Asset Management
Water
Water Flagship Project - Western Aqueduct
Bulk sales meters
Pump Station Upgrading
Domestic meters - Installation
Cathodic protection - New Works
Install/Upgrade reservoir and district meters
Reservoir refurbishment
Mini Hydro Power Stations
Blackburn res (15 Megs)
Burbreeze res
Northern Aquaduct
Waterloss
Relays & Extension
Prv Installation
Custody transfer meter upgrade
Advanced Control On Prvs
Upgrade to Ogunjini works
Upgrade to Mkizwana works
Flow limiter upgrades
Route Markers
Replacement of water pipes
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
0.000
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
0.000
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Folweni 2 Res (6 Meg)
Emoyeni Res (30 Meg)
Unicity water dispensers installation
Frasers reservoir
Clansthal res
Rural Water ( Blocksum )
Fleet - Water
La Mercy Airport Reservoir (Sm)
Amatona reservoir
Umnini reservoir
Ensimbini reservoir
Shongweni reservoir
Kwanqetho reservoir
Amagcingo reservoir
Midnite Café reservoir
Molweni 1 reservoir
Molweni 2 reservoir
Thandokhle reservoir
Illovo Beach reservoir
Smithsfield reservoir
Ogunjini 2 reservoir
Sunningdale reservoir
Durban North Hl reservoir
Phoenix 1 reservoir
Clermont 5 reservoir
Clermont 1 & 2 reservoir
Clermont 4 reservoir
Emona reservoir
Tongaat South reservoir
Kwadebeka 1 reservoir
Doonside reservoir
Kwasilana Elevated Tower
Garden Lots reservoir
Ogunjini 1 reservoir
Isipingo Rail reservoir
Lotus Park reservoir
Mpumalanga 3 reservoir
Umbogintwini reservoir
Everest Heights reservoir
Mpumalanga 4 reservoir
Knelsby Ave reservoir
Methven reservoir
Othweba elevated tower
Mophela elevated tower
Park Ridge reservoir
Park Ridge Inlet
North of Etafuleni elevated tower
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Desalination - central WWTW
Operation control centre
Reservoir Inlet upgrades
New depot - Toti
Springfield Lot 609 Stores - Precast Yard
Springfield Lot 609 Stores - DSW relocation
Hammarsdale Depot
Laboratory Extension
Pinetown office Alterations GIS + New
Building
Prior road Alterations - offices
Supply road Depot
Ottawa Depot road works
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
95
8
City wide
62
99
City wide
Internal
58
56
98
95
7
8
98
99
9
9
2
97
67
59
35
36
102
22
92
21
61
61
19
97
3
93
59
90
90
6
93
60
6
8
18
1
5
60
60
56
13,17,18,24,25,29,30,31,32,33
,63,64,65,66,67,68,69,70,71,7
2,73,74,75,76,77,79,80,82,84,
87,88,90,100
18
City wide
98
25
25
4
18
Water
Water
Water
Water
18
28
25
102
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
0.000
3.071
0.395
0.000
0.000
21.645
21.935
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
0.000
32.222
0.441
0.000
0.088
44.140
26.484
0.088
0.000
3.394
4.017
10.152
0.088
3.266
13.904
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.088
0.088
0.088
0.088
0.088
0.088
0.088
0.088
0.088
0.088
0.088
0.088
0.088
0.088
0.088
0.088
0.088
0.088
0.088
0.088
0.088
0.088
0.088
0.088
0.088
0.088
0.088
0.088
0.088
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
1.828
14.168
0.457
0.914
0.914
41.132
22.851
1.828
1.828
0.914
0.914
1.828
1.828
1.828
1.828
0.914
0.914
0.914
1.828
1.828
1.828
0.914
0.914
0.914
0.914
0.914
1.828
0.914
0.914
1.828
0.914
0.914
1.828
1.828
1.828
1.828
1.828
2.742
1.828
1.828
1.828
2.742
1.828
0.914
1.828
1.828
0.914
0.000
0.439
0.000
0.175
3.641
6.581
0.044
0.175
0.000
0.441
0.000
0.177
0.000
5.297
0.044
2.648
4.570
0.914
0.914
0.000
0.000
27.422
0.000
8.226
0.088
0.088
0.175
0.044
0.088
0.088
0.088
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Pinetown - Halifax road Land Acquisition +
Develeopment
Standpipes and Water Dispensers Drainage
Systems Software & Network
Sundry Equipment
Cctv
Air-Conditioning
Labour Based Construction - Housing (
Water)
Water meters
Alverstone to Frasers Trunk
Hammersdale H/L Et
Sanitation
New Airport - Infrastructure
Sanitation
Emona Sunhills outfalls and pump station
Lindokuhle Outfalls
Hammarsdale Wtw Expansion
Amanzimtoti Old main Rd Sewer Reticulation
Merrivale road area Sewer Reticulation
Maydon Rd P/S New Pumps
Landsdowne Rs P/S New Pumps
Canelands 3 rising main river crossing
rehabilitation
Pump Station and rising main to close
Umkomaas Wtw
Kennedy road pump Station
Upgrade Hillcrest WTW
Upgrade Umbilo WTW
Umlaas Trunk Sewer Augmentation
Westville Edgebaston Sewer Reticulation
phase 2
Westville Edgebaston Sewer Reticulation
phase 3
Pump Stations
Expansion of Phoenix WTW
Sewer reticulation
Amanzimtoti river Trunk Sewer
Umkomaas Sdp Wastewater Treatment
Works
Waste Water Treatment Works
Ablution Blocks - In Situ Upgrade
Methane power (Smaller Works)
Swwtw Digester Online
Composting
Tongaat central WTW Expansion
Solar energy - Sanitation Facilities
Isipingo WTW Upgrades
Craigieburn WTW modifications
Kingsburgh WTW modifications
Refinery road pump station rising main
Island View pump station pumps
Landsdowne P/S
7Th avenue retic Pinetown
North Park Sewer reticulation
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
Water
18
0.439
0.000
0.000
Water
Water
Water
Water
Water
City wide
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
0.877
1.755
1.316
0.088
0.307
0.883
2.207
2.648
0.088
0.353
2.742
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.457
Water
Water
Water
Water
City wide
City wide
103
4
6.098
8.774
0.000
0.000
0.000
8.828
0.200
0.088
9.141
4.570
13.254
0.914
58
641.736
1.755
653.900
8.000
692.921
56.665
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
61
62
4
0.000
0.000
3.510
1.766
0.883
25.000
0.000
0.000
80.950
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
93
18,24
32
75
7.019
7.019
0.000
0.000
0.883
2.648
0.441
0.441
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Sanitation
60,61
1.316
7.504
0.000
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
99
25
10
18
84
0.000
0.658
7.019
14.038
0.000
0.441
0.000
0.000
13.242
0.441
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Sanitation
18
3.194
0.000
0.000
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
18
City wide
102
City wide
67
3.510
0.877
105.288
1.755
9.500
5.297
1.766
17.656
1.766
25.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
60.711
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
99
City wide
Blocksum
34
68
90
62
64
89
99
97
90
66
75
16
63
0.877
1.755
250.000
0.439
50.000
0.877
50.000
0.439
18.000
1.053
4.387
0.000
0.877
0.000
2.632
2.632
4.414
1.766
260.000
1.766
66.210
0.883
66.210
0.883
7.000
0.000
0.000
6.576
0.000
0.000
0.883
6.180
0.000
0.000
210.470
0.000
89.044
0.000
16.190
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
8.095
0.000
0.000
Hammarsdale Elangeni Sewer reticulation
Rural Sanitation (Block Sum)
Sea Outfalls Inspection
Mccausland P/S Refurbishment
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
4
City wide
68
58
3.948
12.284
3.071
1.579
0.883
20.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
20.237
2.428
0.000
South Coast to Umkomaas Trunk Sewer
Sanitation
99
0.000
0.883
2.428
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
Gwala Farm Bulk Sewer
Sanitation
61
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
2.018
Redcliffe - Canelands/Parkridge Bulk Sewer
Umhlatuzana Wwtw Upgrades
Cato Ridge Trunk Sewer
Kwa Mashu WWTW Capacity Increase
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
60
63
1, 5
102
0.000
5.000
0.877
4.387
0.441
11.476
8.000
22.070
0.000
1.619
60.712
60.712
Trunk Sewer to close New Germany WWTW Sanitation
92
2.369
1.766
0.000
Relocation Umdoni rising main - Arbour road
Pipe Bridge Over Mbokodweni river to
replace existing Siphon
Bulk Services to Keystone Industrial
Development - Hammarsdale
Elevated Sewer to Arbour Town
Developments (Sub 4)
Bulk Sewer to Lower Illovo & Illovo Country
Club
Saicor Village Sewer Extension
Waterborne Sewer Reticulation to Bengu Rd
Area - Umkomaas
Refund to THD for Cornubia eastern trunk
sewer
Ntuzuma 'C' Trunk Sewer Relay
Somerset Park Pump Station Upgrade
Umdloti Beach Sewer Reticulation
Inanda Newtown 'C' Sewer Reticulation
Riet river Area Sewer Reticulation
Eastbury Trunk Sewer
Sanitation
93
3.510
1.766
0.000
Sanitation
86,93
1.755
10.594
8.095
Sanitation
4
0.000
2.648
4.045
Sanitation
93
0.000
1.324
0.000
Sanitation
Sanitation
98
99
0.000
4.519
5.738
0.000
0.000
0.000
Sanitation
99
4.387
0.000
4.045
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
49
45
35
58
54
59,60
49
7.019
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
1.766
2.648
1.766
1.766
1.324
4.414
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Methane Power Other WWTW
Instrumentation At WWTW
Fine Bubble Aeration
Water Borne Sanitation In Rural Areas
Automation and Control for WWTW
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
City wide
City wide
63
City wide
City wide
3.000
3.071
0.877
1.316
1.316
3.000
1.766
0.000
0.000
1.324
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Energy Management Monitoring System
Energy Management and Resource
Recovery System(Blocksum)
Effluent Pumping System From Umdloti
WWTW To Hazelmere Dam
Sanitation - Plant And Equipment
Effluent Pumping System from Southern
area WWTW'S to Nungwane Dam
Amanzimtoti WWTW Sludge Dewatering
Redcliffe Outfalls
Ntuzuma E Outfall Sewer/Inanda Glebe
Sewer Reticulation
Inanda Newtown 'A' Area 7 Sewer
Reticulation
Belvedere Collector Sewer
Southern Works Hydro Power
Sanitation
City wide
0.439
0.883
0.000
Sanitation
City wide
0.877
1.766
0.000
Sanitation
Sanitation
58
Internal
0.000
2.632
0.883
2.648
2.428
1.619
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
96
93
60
0.000
13.161
1.755
0.883
0.000
0.883
2.428
0.000
0.000
Sanitation
43
1.755
0.883
0.000
Sanitation
Sanitation
Sanitation
45, 57
61
68
0.439
0.877
2.194
0.000
0.883
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
18
0.877
0.000
0.000
Solid Waste
Solid Waste
Internal
15
84.198
46.590
3.159
126.271
61.796
0.000
145.527
50.000
1.000
Solid Waste
Solid Waste
Solid Waste
Solid Waste
Solid Waste
Solid Waste
98
7
Internal
59
59
15,25,59
13.029
0.000
0.000
3.159
0.000
3.159
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
17.656
5.297
11.000
12.000
4.000
0.000
0.000
0.527
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Installation of Hydro Screw - Umbilo WWTW Sanitation
Solid waste
Fleet - Solid Waste
Marianhill Cell Phase 3
Lovu Landfill Cell Phases and Infrastructure
Works
Shongweni Landfill Cell Construction
Rehabilitation of Depots
Buffelsdraai - Cell Phase 2
Buffelsdraai Landfill Cell 1 & 2 Phase 3
Landfill Gas To Electricity Project
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
0.441
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
0.000
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Buffelsdraai Landfill Gas Cleaning &
Utilisation
Rehabilitation of Bisasar Weighbridges
Replacement Garden Site for Wyebank
Rehabilitation of Tara Rd. Garden Site
retaining Wall
Rehabilitation of Leachate Treatment Plants
at Mariannhill & Buffelsdraai
Replacement of Compaction Units at T/S
Female Change Rooms required at Depots
Tong,Ott,Phoen,Wye,Tot,Queen, King,New
G
Wash Bays for Ton,Ott,Wye,Isip,Kings,
Buffelsdraai Gas to Electricity
Conversion - Bisassar offices
Replacement of Compaction Units At 3 T/
Stations
Western Landfill, Land Purchase,
Infrastructure & Cell
Shongweni Landfill Infrastructure & Cell 1
Phase 1
Rehabilitation of Various Depots
Wheeled Containers 240L
Litter Bins ( Concrete )
Small Plant & Equipment
Steel Skips ( Plant & Equipment)
Steel Compaction Containers replacement of
existing for T/S
Office Furniture
Computer Equipment
Small Plant & Equipment
Wheeled Containers 240L
Litter Bins ( Concrete )
Office Furniture
Computer Equipment
Airconditioning replacement
Airconditioning replacement
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
Solid Waste
Solid Waste
Solid Waste
59
25
19
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
30.000
1.500
5.000
Solid Waste
66
0.000
0.000
0.700
Solid Waste
15 & 59
0.000
0.000
4.000
Solid Waste
Internal
0.000
0.000
6.000
Solid Waste
Solid Waste
Solid Waste
Solid Waste
Internal
Internal
4
25
0.000
0.000
1.579
0.000
0.000
0.000
1.766
5.297
5.000
1.500
0.000
0.000
Solid Waste
Internal
1.468
3.531
0.000
Solid Waste
7
4.738
0.000
0.000
Solid Waste
Solid Waste
Solid Waste
Solid Waste
Solid Waste
Solid Waste
7
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
2.764
20.000
2.648
3.619
0.706
0.124
3.178
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.100
4.100
Solid Waste
Solid Waste
Solid Waste
Solid Waste
Solid Waste
Solid Waste
Solid Waste
Solid Waste
Solid Waste
Solid Waste
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.105
3.290
0.614
0.219
0.219
0.000
0.105
0.000
0.265
0.265
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.124
0.000
2.000
1.000
0.500
0.000
4.500
0.900
0.000
0.000
0.200
0.000
636.422
636.422
666.152
666.152
691.100
691.100
Total Electricity
Electricity
Prepayment Connection Costs -All Areas
MV/LV EFA-Informal Settlements UGM
MV/LV EFA-Informal Settlements OHM
MV/LV EFA-Informal Settlements S/STN
MV/LV EFA-Informal Settlements S/L
MV/LV EFA-Formal Settlements UGM
MV/LV EFA-Formal Settlements OHM
MV/LV EFA-Formal Settlements S/STN
MV/LV EFA-Formal Settlements S/L
MV/LV Copper Theft Prevention Project
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
1-103
1-103
1-103
1-103
1-103
1-103
1-103
1-103
1-103
1-103
45.000
0.300
10.000
0.500
0.300
2.000
3.000
2.000
0.500
0.500
45.000
0.300
9.500
0.500
0.300
2.500
3.500
2.000
0.500
0.500
50.000
0.300
15.000
0.500
0.300
2.500
4.500
2.000
0.500
0.500
MV/LV Service Connections-Conventional
MV/LV Service Connections-Change over
applications
MV/LV New Supply UGM
MV/LV New Supply OHM
MV/LV New Supply S/STN
MV/LV New Supply S/L
MV/LV Reinforcement UGM
MV/LV Reinforcement OHM
MV/LV Reinforcement S/STN
MV/LV Reinforcement S/L
Electricity
1-103
10.000
10.000
12.000
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
1-103
1-103
1-103
1-103
1-103
1-103
1-103
1-103
1-103
1.000
30.000
2.000
15.000
1.000
15.000
1.500
3.000
0.100
1.000
30.000
2.000
15.000
1.000
20.000
1.500
3.000
0.100
1.000
35.000
2.000
15.000
1.000
25.000
1.500
3.000
0.100
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
MV/LV Capital Replacement S/STN
MV/LV Capital Replacement SL
MV/LV Engineering Support Equipment
MV/LV Distribution Automation Project
Lighting -Major Route Improvements
Lighting -New Major Routes
Lighting- Parks
Lighting- Sundry
Southern Depot Buildings
North Western Depot Buildings
South Western Depot Buildings
Plant & Equipment- Faults
Plant & Equipment- Western Depot
Plant & Equipment-Northern depot
Plant & Equipment-North Western depot
Plant & Equipment-Central Depot
Plant & Equipment-Southern Depot
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
1-103
1-103
1-103
1-103
1-103
1-103
1-103
1-103
93
48
71
Internal
18
35
48
25
93
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
2.000
0.100
3.000
5.000
2.000
0.900
0.100
2.000
0.100
2.000
0.100
0.050
0.400
0.400
0.400
0.400
0.400
Plant & Equipment-South western Depot
Plant & Equipment- Lighting Division
Electricity
Electricity
71
Internal
0.400
0.050
0.400
0.050
0.400
0.050
office Furniture & Equip.-Northern Depot
office Furniture & Equip.-Central Depot
Electricity
Electricity
35
25
0.040
0.040
0.040
0.040
0.040
0.040
office Furniture & Equip.-Southern Depot
office Furniture & Equip.-Faults Division
office Furniture & Equip.-Lighting
office Furniture & Equip.-North Western
Depot
office Furniture & Equip.-Western Depot
office Furniture & Equip.-South Western
Depot
Airconditioning-Depot Buildings
Land Acquisitions
Servitudes-Intangible
Umbogintwini Upgrade
Klaarwater-substation transformers
Sapref 132/33kv S/Stn
Karim Lane 11kv Board
Bellair 275/132kv S/Stn
Kloof 132/11kv S/Stn
Verulam 132/11KV S/Stn
Himalayas/Austerville Link
Umgeni Klaarwater OHTL
Westmead Hillcrest OHTL
Longcroft 132/11kv S/Stn
Havenside S/Stn
Newlands S/Stn
K E Masinga S/Stn (Ordnance Rd )
NCP Springpark S/Stn
Ottawa 275/132 S/Stn (Transformers)
Austerville 132/11kv Stn
Mahogany Ridge S/Stn
Jameson Park 132/11Kv Stn
Stockville 132Kv Switching Stn
Bulwer 132/11kv s/stn
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
93
Internal
Internal
0.040
0.030
0.030
0.040
0.030
0.030
0.040
0.030
0.030
Electricity
Electricity
48
18
0.040
0.040
0.040
0.040
0.040
0.040
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
71
Internal
Internal
Internal
93
17
90
18
9
26,27
28
48
17
9
49
71
37
26,27
27
24,29
68
10
28
15
31
0.040
0.200
8.000
1.500
0.250
27.900
12.000
0.250
0.000
0.000
2.000
5.000
25.000
0.000
0.000
0.270
0.950
58.500
19.000
18.340
5.000
8.000
15.700
6.700
18.250
0.040
0.200
4.000
1.500
26.700
31.200
0.000
0.000
0.200
0.550
2.000
20.000
5.000
1.000
0.100
0.000
0.000
8.500
40.000
13.000
20.000
20.000
26.000
20.000
20.000
0.040
0.200
2.000
1.500
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.500
1.000
15.000
24.500
0.000
9.000
1.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
26.000
42.000
0.000
35.000
31.000
Congella S/Stn(33 kv board/Bus Section)
Verulam 132kv switching station
HV Substation Walls & Security
HV Substation Construction
Woodlands Substation
Cornubia 132/11kv s/tn
Sibiya 132/11Kv s/Stn
Phoenix Central S/Stn
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
32
60
21
26
64
58, 102
58
48
9.040
0.000
0.500
2.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.877
0.400
10.000
0.500
2.000
2.000
2.700
1.100
4.414
0.000
2.000
0.500
2.000
8.700
7.200
15.300
41.000
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
2.000
0.100
3.000
5.000
2.000
0.900
0.100
2.000
0.100
0.100
0.100
0.050
0.400
0.400
0.400
0.400
0.400
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
2.000
0.100
3.000
5.000
2.000
0.900
0.100
2.000
0.100
0.100
0.100
0.050
0.400
0.400
0.400
0.400
0.400
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
Blair Atholl 132/11kv S/Stn
Rossburgh 132/11KV S/Stn
Springfield 33Kv Board
Network Management System
HV office Furniture & Equipment
HV Sundry Plant & Equipment
HV Alarms & Security Systems
Isipingo Customer Services Buildings
Springfield Complex
Training Centre-Springfield
Control Centre Buildings
Headquarters Buildings/ Rotunda
Mobile Plant
Cars & Vans
Trucks & Specialised Vehicles
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
24
32
48
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
89
25
Internal
26
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
1.600
2.000
1.000
3.200
0.040
0.500
19.750
1.000
1.500
26.000
40.310
1.500
0.400
1.000
10.000
Airconditioning Equipment-Administration
Plant & Equipment -Administration
Furniture & Equipment -Finance
Mims-Ellipse Software
Computer Aided Design Software
Prepayment System
Outage Management System
Lan Infrastructure
Desktop Hardware
Server Hardware
Computer Printers
Software Systems Development
Technical Equipment- Call Centre
Plant & Equipment Revenue Control
Marketing Equipment -Commercial Eng
Plant & Equipment-Customer Services
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
0.400
0.050
0.500
0.400
0.050
0.100
10.000
0.300
1.500
0.400
0.200
0.100
0.040
0.200
0.020
0.200
0.400
0.050
0.500
0.400
0.050
0.100
15.000
0.300
1.500
0.400
0.200
0.100
0.040
0.200
0.020
0.200
0.400
0.050
0.500
0.400
0.050
0.100
15.000
0.300
1.500
0.400
0.200
0.100
0.040
0.200
0.020
0.200
Revenue Protection Enhancement Project
Plant & equipment-metering section
Bulk Metering Project
Smart Metering-Demand Management
Meter Test Benches
Energy Control Building-Kings Road
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
70
Internal
27
26
27
Internal
1.000
0.100
0.500
15.000
0.500
20.000
1.000
0.100
0.500
25.000
0.500
10.000
0.500
0.100
0.500
40.000
0.500
1.000
office Furniture & equip-Customer Services
Communication Networks
Communication Network Links
Substation Plant - Protection & Test
Plant & Equipment- Drawing office
office Furniture & Equipment-Tech Se
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Internal
26
26
27
Internal
Internal
0.200
12.500
13.000
2.600
3.000
0.100
0.200
22.500
13.000
2.500
5.000
0.100
0.200
24.500
13.000
2.500
1.000
0.100
Plant & Equipment - Survey/Drawing office
Electricity
Internal
0.400
0.200
0.100
Safety & Training Equipment-Safety Division Electricity
Plant & Equipment- Mech Division
Electricity
Internal
Internal
0.200
0.200
0.200
0.200
0.300
0.200
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
25,71,80,82,87
18
89
58, 102
58
89
58
1.510
0.100
1.000
0.175
0.300
11.000
0.100
0.000
14.200
3.550
0.200
1.575
0.100
1.000
0.088
0.300
40.000
1.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.500
1.575
0.100
1.000
0.100
0.300
0.000
1.000
0.050
0.000
0.000
1.000
296.021
420.018
591.442
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Plant & Equipment- Protect&Test Division
Plant & Equipment-Elect W/Shop
Plant & equipment-Comm. Network
Furniture & Office Equipment
MV/LV New substation buildings
Underwood 132/11kv S/Stn
Isipingo 11KV Switchboard
Cornubia 2 132/11kv s/tn
La Mercy 132/11KV S/Stn
Prospecton 33/11kv S/Stn
Inyaninga 1 S/Stn
CES
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Electricity
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
0.000
20.000
0.050
1.200
0.040
0.500
5.000
5.000
1.500
2.000
13.375
2.000
0.400
1.000
10.000
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
0.000
19.000
0.000
3.200
0.040
0.500
7.000
10.000
1.500
5.000
40.975
10.000
0.400
1.000
15.000
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
178.955
255.746
460.634
Internal
Internal
0.356
8.949
0.000
7.839
0.000
3.610
Prcc - Cemeteries
58
4.227
0.465
13.359
0.000
19.313
0.000
Prcc - Cemeteries
Prcc - Cemeteries
Prcc - Cemeteries
Prcc - Cemeteries
Prcc - Cemeteries
Prcc - Cemeteries
Prcc - Cemeteries
Prcc - Cemeteries
Prcc - Cemeteries
99
84,41
69
30
35
4
99
City wide
City wide
0.000
0.000
1.294
0.300
0.600
0.000
0.000
0.526
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
6.621
1.792
1.792
0.000
0.000
0.000
1.792
1.792
1.756
0.000
Prcc - Cemeteries
102
0.000
0.000
0.179
Prcc - Cemeteries
99, 88, 62, 35, 30
0.000
3.531
0.000
Prcc - Cemeteries
24
0.000
0.000
0.358
Prcc - Cemeteries
77
0.000
0.000
0.358
Prcc - Cemeteries
8
0.000
0.000
0.358
Cemetery -Internal Road Upgrade- Mophela Prcc - Cemeteries
Cemetery -Internal Road UpgradePrcc - Cemeteries
Umkomaas drift
15
0.000
0.000
0.358
99
0.000
0.000
0.358
Prcc - Cemeteries
99
0.000
0.000
1.075
Prcc - Cemeteries
69
0.000
0.441
0.896
Prcc - Cemeteries
Prcc - Cemeteries
91
24
0.629
0.413
0.000
0.000
1.075
0.000
Prcc - Cemeteries
58
0.000
0.000
1.792
Prcc - Cemeteries
68
0.000
0.000
0.609
Prcc - Cemeteries
68
0.000
1.766
0.609
Prcc - Cemeteries
35
0.000
1.000
0.537
Prcc - Cemeteries
30
0.000
0.000
0.609
Prcc - Cemeteries
32
0.000
0.000
0.609
Worst Condition Assets (Cdi 0-40%)
Condition Index - West Street Cemetery
(renovation of change rooms & public toilets) Prcc - Cemeteries
44
0.000
0.000
0.000
15.184
0.609
CAPITAL REQUESTS
3.2. Address Community Services
Backlogs
Development of an integrated social facilities
provision plan and packaging of projects
Prcc
Plant and Equipment
Prcc
Cemeteries
Investigation - Purchase of Land
Investigation - Purchase of Land (Regional
Cemetery South)
Umlazi And Kwa Mashua Crematoria
Mobeni Heights
Loon road cemetery ( landscaping )
Redhill Cemetery
New Cemetery - Hammarsdale
Umkomaas Drift
Development of Crematoria
Development of Cemeteries
Cornubia Cemetery Development Investigation
Worst Condition Assets (Cdi 0-40%)
Condition Index
Cemetery -Internal Road UpgradeChesterville
Cemetery -Internal Road UpgradeKwagijima
Cemetery -Internal Road Upgrade- Lower
Langerfontein
Craigieburn Cremetery Staff Change room
Mobeni Heights (Replacement of old
furnace)
Mophela Cremetery :upgrade and
rehabilitation
Fencing of Cemeteries (chesterville)
Investigation for development of cemeteries
& crematoria (entire eThekwini Municipal
Area)
Worst Condition Assets (Cdi 0-40%)
Condition Index - Bonela / Chesterville
Cemetery (renovation of change rooms &
office building)
Worst Condition Assets (Cdi 0-40%)
Condition Index - Dudley Street - erect wall &
fence and upgrade of office
Worst Condition Assets (Cdi 0-40%)
Condition Index - Inanda Regional
(renovation of change rooms)
Worst Condition Assets (Cdi 0-40%)
Condition Index - Redhill Cemetery renovation of change rooms
Worst Condition Assets (Cdi 0-40%)
Condition Index - Umlazi U Cemetery upgrade
Clinics
21.058
5.195
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
Health
Health
Health
Health
Health
Health
Health
Health
Health
Health
Health
Health
Health
Health
Health
Health
Health
Health
Health
Health
Health
Health
Health
Health
Health
Health
Health
Health
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
0.000
0.351
0.351
0.439
0.175
0.175
1.141
1.579
2.632
0.175
1.141
1.141
6.167
1.316
1.316
1.755
0.877
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.326
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
1.214
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
1.324
0.000
0.000
1.258
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.706
1.412
1.412
1.412
1.059
1.412
3.531
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.441
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.358
0.717
0.717
1.254
1.254
0.896
3.198
7.530
21.820
3
0.000
0.000
0.932
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Athlone Park
GROVE END
NEwLANDS WEST
GLEN EARL
WATERFALL CLINIC
MARIANRIDGE
chestervilleclinic
Stonebridge Clinic
Umhlanga Infrastructure
Clare Estate
Merebank
Austerville
Sydenham
Monitoring Stations
Savannah Park clinic
Mobile Clinics ( Service to Rural Areas)
Furniture,Plant & Equipment
Luganda
Waterloo
Klaarwater
Umkomazi
Wyebank
Kloof
Furniture & Equipment
Lamontville Clinic (clinic upgrade)
Chesterville (clinic upgrade)
Itshelimnyama (Replacement clinic)
Welbedacht (New clinic)
Shallcross (Clinic upgrade)
Proposed
2015/16
93
50
37
11
9
13
24
48
35
23
68
68
25
61, 60
17
Demand driven
Internal
100
58
17
99
19
10
Internal
74
24
15
72
71
Community Halls
Eradication of Backlogs - District 2 - Inanda PRC- Halls
Eradication of Backlogs - District 10 - Central
- Beach
PRC- Halls
Eradication of Backlogs - District 6 - Umlazi
E
PRC- Halls
26
0.000
0.000
0.537
80
0.000
0.000
0.430
Eradication of Backlogs - District 4 - Fredville PRC- Halls
4
0.000
0.000
0.179
Eradication of Backlogs - District 4 - Embo
Umlazi D Upgrade Multi Use
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 40%-60%)
Condition Index (Luganda Hall)
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 40%-60%)
Condition Index - Rehabilitation - Jabulani
Hall
PRC- Halls
PRC- Halls
8
87
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.179
0.179
PRC- Halls
13
1.000
2.765
6.844
PRC- Halls
59
1.327
0.000
0.000
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 40%-60%)
Condition Index - Rehabilitation - Bottlebrush PRC- Halls
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 40%-60%)
Condition Index - Rehabilitation Queensburgh Civic
PRC- Halls
Umlazi W Hall
PRC- Halls
71
0.371
0.000
0.000
63
82
0.000
0.500
1.766
3.000
0.000
12.541
Libraries
Amaoti Library (Book stock)
PRC- Libraries
53
61.721
0.439
134.590
0.500
305.654
0.500
PRC- Libraries
26
0.483
0.534
0.000
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
26
26
City wide
0.000
0.483
0.290
1.784
0.534
0.320
0.000
2.375
0.000
Central Lending:Purchase of Library Books
Centralised purchase of core collection
library books
Don / Ref:Purchase of Library Books
Umnini :Purchase of Library Books
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
PRC- Libraries
Upgrade - Cato Ridge (Fibre)
1
1.601
0.000
0.000
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Kingsburgh (Fibre)
PRC- Libraries
97
0.582
0.000
0.000
20
0.326
0.000
0.000
40
0.281
0.000
0.000
94
0.281
0.000
0.000
97
0.000
0.247
0.000
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
PRC- Libraries
Upgrade - Loss Control (Bayview Library)
70
0.000
0.247
0.100
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (Besters Library)
PRC- Libraries
47
0.000
0.247
0.000
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Kwadabeka (Fibre)
PRC- Libraries
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (KwaMakhutha
Library)
PRC- Libraries
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (KwaMashu Library) PRC- Libraries
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (Amanzimtoti
Library)
PRC- Libraries
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (Hillcrest Library)
PRC- Libraries
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (Isipingo Civic
Library)
PRC- Libraries
8
0.000
0.247
0.100
95
0.000
0.247
0.000
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (Malvern Library)
PRC- Libraries
17
0.000
0.247
0.000
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (Montlands Library) PRC- Libraries
64
0.000
0.247
0.000
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (Westville Library) PRC- Libraries
18
0.000
0.247
0.090
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (Whetsone Library) PRC- Libraries
52
0.000
0.247
0.000
27
0.000
0.000
0.100
28
0.000
0.000
0.100
24
0.000
0.000
0.100
22
0.000
0.000
0.100
36
0.000
0.000
0.100
36
0.000
0.000
0.090
61
0.000
0.000
0.100
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (Cato Crest Library) PRC- Libraries
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (Central Lending
Library)
PRC- Libraries
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (Chesterville Library) PRC- Libraries
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (Clermont Library) PRC- Libraries
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (Durban North
Library)
PRC- Libraries
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (Glenashle Library) PRC- Libraries
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (Hambanathi
Library)
PRC- Libraries
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
PRC- Libraries
Upgrade - Loss Control (Hillary Library)
63
0.000
0.000
0.100
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (La Lucia Library)
PRC- Libraries
58
0.000
0.000
0.100
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (Lamontville Library) PRC- Libraries
74
0.000
0.000
0.100
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (Marianridge Library) PRC- Libraries
15
0.000
0.000
0.100
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (Merebank Library) PRC- Libraries
68
0.000
0.000
0.100
PRC- Libraries
73
0.000
0.000
0.100
PRC- Libraries
91
0.000
0.000
0.090
PRC- Libraries
21
0.000
0.000
0.100
PRC- Libraries
37
0.000
0.000
0.100
PRC- Libraries
51
0.000
0.000
0.090
PRC- Libraries
61
0.000
0.000
0.100
PRC- Libraries
51
0.000
0.000
0.100
33
0.000
0.000
0.100
30
0.000
0.000
0.100
85
0.000
0.000
0.100
28
0.000
0.000
0.100
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (Woodhurst Library) PRC- Libraries
70
0.000
0.000
0.100
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (Wyebank Library) PRC- Libraries
19
0.000
0.000
0.100
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade (99 Umgeni Rd) - Server; Biometrix PRC- Libraries
28
0.000
0.000
0.717
28
0.000
3.531
0.000
7
City wide
0.219
0.576
0.500
0.637
0.500
0.337
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (Moorton Library)
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (Mpumalanga
Library)
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (New Germany
Library)
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (Newlands West
Library)
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (Shastri Park
Library)
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (Tongaat Central
Library)
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (Trenance Park
Library)
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
PRC- Libraries
Upgrade - Loss Control (Umbilo Library)
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (Umkhumane
Library)
PRC- Libraries
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (Umlazi AA Library) PRC- Libraries
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade - Loss Control (Windermere
Library)
PRC- Libraries
Ethekwini Municipal Libraries Infrastructure
Upgrade (99 Umgeni Rd) - workflow; reengineering (training room); roof; toilets
refurbishment; aircon
PRC- Libraries
Ntshongweni Community Library (Book
stock)
PRC- Libraries
District 1 :Purchase of Library Books
PRC- Libraries
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
City wide
City wide
City wide
City wide
City wide
City wide
City wide
City wide
City wide
87
15
24
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
0.724
0.735
0.636
0.546
0.847
0.765
0.950
0.428
0.693
0.439
0.219
0.000
New City Library :Purchase of Library Books PRC- Libraries
New central Library (Library Subsidy
Ringfenced)
PRC- Libraries
City wide
3.705
3.316
7.658
28
29.886
86.744
237.850
PRC- Libraries
7
4.000
8.475
0.000
PRC- Libraries
15
0.263
1.377
0.000
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
15
53
0.877
1.000
4.000
4.180
6.000
3.820
PRC- Libraries
82
0.000
0.000
0.500
PRC- Libraries
18
0.480
1.059
0.000
PRC- Libraries
51
0.500
0.883
0.000
PRC- Libraries
60
0.400
0.000
0.000
PRC- Libraries
73
0.000
0.441
0.000
PRC- Libraries
18
0.600
0.000
0.000
Worst conditions Assets - Marianridge (roof) PRC- Libraries
Worst conditions Assets - Malvern (roof;
floors)
PRC- Libraries
13
0.000
0.441
0.000
63
0.000
0.706
0.000
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
99,101,
27,37,53,91,25,73,18,19,63,9
100
1.200
0.000
1.000
0.000
0.000
0.500
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
27
18
45
67
97
33
47
1
24
36
26
62
57
4
89
73
94
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.175
0.088
0.175
0.175
0.061
0.132
0.000
0.092
0.009
0.000
0.061
0.175
0.018
0.132
0.000
0.000
0.500
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.106
0.000
0.000
1.148
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
3.225
1.358
1.075
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.251
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
CAPITAL REQUESTS
District 2 :Purchase of Library Books
District 3 :Purchase of Library Books
District 4 :Purchase of Library Books
District 5 :Purchase of Library Books
District 6 : Purchase of Library Books
District 7 :Purchase of Library Books
District 8 :Purchase of Library Books
District 9:Purchase of Library Books
District 10:Purchase of Library Books
Umlazi 3 Library (Book stock)
Tshelimnyama Library (Book stock)
Chesterville Extension Library (Parking)
Ntshongweni Community Library
Extension of Thornwood Library, subject to
initial investigation which will indicate which
site will be ready for packaging and drawing
up of plans)
Tshelimnyama (new community Library subject to initial investigation which will
indicate which site will be ready for
packaging and drawing up of plans)
Amaoti (New Infrastructure)
Umlazi J Library (Development of new
library)
Worst conditions Assets (Bergtheil Museum)
Worst conditions Assets - Caneside
(structural - cracks)
Worst conditions Assets - Canelands
rehabilitation of G A Room
Worst conditions Assets - Montford
(basement flooding)
Worst conditions Assets - Pinetown (roof &
parking)
Fencing & Paving : Libraries
Umbumbulu Library
Worst conditions Assets - Maritime Museum
( boat upgrade)
Worst conditions Assets - Pinetown (lift)
Umzinyathi Library
Adams Mission Library
Amanzimtoti Library
Umbilo
Besters Library
Cato Ridge
Chesterville Ext Library
Durban North
Grosvener
Hambanathi
Inanda
Inchanga
Isipingo Civic
Klaarwater
KwaMakutha Library
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
0.801
0.813
0.704
0.605
0.938
0.846
1.052
0.474
0.768
0.000
0.000
0.132
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
0.501
0.513
0.404
0.305
0.638
0.546
0.705
0.174
0.468
0.500
0.000
0.000
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
Kwa-Mashu
La Lucia Library
Malvern Library
Moorton
Mpola
Ntuzuma
Pinetown Library (airconditioners)
Reservoir Hills
St Wendolin
Stanmore
Tongaat South Library
Trenance park
Umkhumbani Library
Umlazi AA
Umlazi W
Verulam
Westville North
Whetstone library
Library Amphitheatres
Rationalisation of Libraries- District 2 &
District 9 (pre-feasibility)
Centralised core collection library book
purchases
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
46
35
63
71
15
45
18
23
17
49
59
59
29
84
82
60
24
52
City wide
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
0.145
0.070
0.219
0.066
0.000
0.000
0.877
0.083
0.018
0.132
0.000
0.290
0.000
0.000
0.263
0.132
0.263
0.175
0.000
PRC- Libraries
City wide
0.000
0.000
0.358
PRC- Libraries
City wide
0.877
0.000
0.000
New central Library (Plant & Equipment)
Kingsburgh- Study Hall, paving & parking,
fencing, re-purposing
Montlands Relocation
Whetstone Library (Replacement of
collapsed roof)
PRC- Libraries
28
0.000
0.000
30.000
PRC- Libraries
PRC- Libraries
97
17
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.358
0.322
PRC- Libraries
52
1.090
Worst Condition Assets (Ntuzuma Library rehabilitation of structure, various)
Take money from aircons not being done in
PRC- Libraries
2015/16) - need R190k
42
0.273
0.000
0.000
33.641
16.823
23.469
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Pools & Beaches
Rachel Finlayson Pool : Turnstile & upgrade
of staff room, Supervisors’ office
Buffesdale Pool
Nagina Pool
Inanda Pool (New)
Kingspark pool ( Floodlights)
Chesterville Pool (Upgrade of Filter room,
Supervisors office and First Aid)
KwaMashu G Pool (upgrade)
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
0.000
0.000
0.883
0.000
0.053
0.106
0.847
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.265
0.000
0.221
0.141
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.430
Prcc- Pools
Prcc- Pools
Prcc- Pools
Prcc- Pools
Prcc- Pools
26
61
13
55
26
3.000
0.439
0.439
14.400
1.720
0.221
0.441
0.124
11.200
0.177
0.358
0.717
0.717
0.000
0.896
Prcc- Pools
Prcc- Pools
24
79
0.000
0.000
0.177
0.000
0.896
0.179
Prcc- Pools
71
6.833
0.000
0.000
Prcc- Pools
90
0.439
0.177
0.717
Prcc- Pools
Prcc- Pools
90
98
0.439
0.439
0.177
0.177
0.717
0.179
Prcc- Pools
40
0.000
0.000
0.717
Prcc- Pools
18
0.000
0.000
0.717
Umlazi G ( Upgrade of paving around Pool) Prcc- Pools
79
0.800
0.424
0.358
Umlazi BB ( Upgrade paving around pool)
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 40%-60%) :
Central paddling pool
Amanzimtoti Lifeguard Tower (New)
Prcc- Pools
84
0.000
0.000
0.358
Prcc- Pools
Prcc- Beaches
26
97
0.000
1.000
0.000
2.648
0.657
4.300
Shallcross Swimming Pool: Rehabilitation
Reunion Pool ( Upgrade of Filter room;
Superviusors Office and First Aid)
Isipingo Hills (Upgrade of Filter room,
Supervisors office and First Aid)
Umgababa Swimming Pool - New
Kwamashu D ( Retile pool and Upgrade
filtration Plant)
Lahee park Pool: Upgrade filtration Plant &
tile 25 m Pool
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 0-40%)
Condition Index - Ablution & Shower
Upgrades - District 5 (Warner Beach)
Prcc- Beaches
97
0.000
0.000
0.179
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 0-40%)
Condition Index - Ablution & Shower
Upgrades - District 7 (Brighton & Ansteys)
Prcc- Beaches
66
0.000
0.000
0.358
Prcc- Beaches
27
0.000
0.000
0.179
Prcc- Beaches
58
0.000
0.441
4.300
Prcc- Beaches
35
3.212
0.000
0.000
Prcc- Beaches
98
0.000
0.441
4.300
Prcc- Pools & Beaches
26, 99, 90
0.219
0.000
0.000
Prcc- Pools & Beaches
99
0.000
0.000
0.657
Prcc- Pools & Beaches
36
0.000
0.000
0.657
Prcc- Pools & Beaches
97
0.263
0.000
0.000
86
36
33
13.999
1.200
0.000
0.877
20.970
1.766
1.180
2.722
24.759
0.717
0.717
1.792
70
0.000
1.000
0.000
21
53
0.000
0.000
0.400
0.500
0.430
0.430
0.000
0.263
0.200
0.439
0.263
0.000
1.059
0.000
0.400
0.706
0.717
0.717
0.000
0.358
0.358
PRC- Parks
25
36
97
City wide
27
77, 103, 7, 102, 23,
64,100,93,57,72
0.000
0.000
1.792
Natural Resources (Isipingo Eco Centre)
PRC- Parks
76
0.439
0.400
0.358
Natural Resources ( Umbilo Eco Centre)
Natural Resources (Silverglen)
Upgrade of Staff Facilities (Investigate,
Package And Provide)
Development of new Parks ( Lamontville ,
KwaMashu G)
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 0-40%)
Condition Index
Specialised Parks Equipment
Resistance park (upgrade of exisitng )
Roosfontein Nature Reserve
Development(eia ; fencing ; Legal
Compliance)
Botanic Gardens ( Infrastructure Upgrade (
Beehive)
Umbilo Park Education centre - Interprtative
centre
Trenance Park Nature reserve ( Interprative
centre to be provided)
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
32
70
0.000
0.351
0.266
0.684
0.358
PRC- Parks
35, 24, 61, 48, 28, 18, 33
3.510
3.531
1.433
PRC- Parks
76, 66, 68, 46
1.700
1.766
0.000
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
City wide
City wide
32
1.248
3.510
0.000
1.412
3.178
0.000
1.792
1.433
1.075
PRC- Parks
24
0.000
0.000
0.179
PRC- Parks
27
0.000
0.000
1.075
PRC- Parks
32
0.000
0.000
0.251
PRC- Parks
59
0.000
0.000
1.792
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 0-40%)
Condition Index - Ablution & Shower
Upgrades - District 10 (Central Beaches)
Umdloti Lifeguard Tower : Upgrade as
building demolished
Umhlanga Beach Eia, Investigation And
Packaging
Umgababa Beach - upgrade of beach;
investigation of blue flag status
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 40%-60%)
Condition Index
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 40%-60%) :
Umkomaas
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 40%-60%) :
Durban North
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 0-40%)
Condition Index
Parks
How Long Park
PRC- Parks
Japanese Gardens (Durban North)
PRC- Parks
Bulwer Park
PRC- Parks
Replacement of Fences Natural Resources :
Silver Glen
PRC- Parks
Replacement of Fences Natural Resources :
New Germany
PRC- Parks
Replacement of Fences Trenance park
PRC- Parks
Randles Nursery (Upgrade Infrastructure
And Centralisation of Nurseries)
Umgeni river Bird Park
Amanzimtoti Bird Park
Park Fences
Mitchell Park Zoo (Provision of Cages)
Upgrade Local Parks - Development of new
Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
Natural Resources - Internal Upgrade and
provision of Internal roads
PRC- Parks
21
0.000
0.000
1.433
Development of newlands Agricultural Hub
Newlands Parks - fibre
Everton Parks - fibre
Inanda Parks - diginet
Amanzimtoti Parks - diginet
Klaarwater Parks - diginet
Kingsburgh Parks - diginet
Trent Road(Clairwood) - diginet
Burman Bush - fibre
Phoenix Parks - fibre
Chatsworth Parks - fibre
Bridgevale Parks - fibre
Truro Road Parks - fibre
Westville Natural Resources - fibre
Westville Parks - fibre
Mitchell Park - fibre
Lahee Park - fibre
Brickhill Parks - fibre
Randels Nursery - fibre
Paradise Valley - fibre
Umlazi Parks - fibre
Hutchison Parks - fiber
Asherville Parks - fiber
Pigeon Valley - fiber
Bridgevale Nursery -None dial up)
Virginia Bush Nature Reserve - none
Amanzimtoti Bird Park - none
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
34
37
10
56
97
15
97
66
27
48
71
62
28
29
24
27
16
25
25
16
78
97
30
33
62
35
97
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
1.792
0.054
0.054
0.054
0.054
0.054
0.054
0.054
0.054
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
Silverglen Nature Reserve - non dial up
Silverglen Nursery - noen
Marianwood Nature Reserve - none
New Germany Nature Reserve - none dial
up
Palmiet Nature Reserve - none
Springside Nature Reserve - none
Ashley Cemetery
Cavendish Cemetery
Christiannenburg Cemetery
Cleremont Public Cemetery
Cliffdale Cemetery
Coronation Cemetery
Craigieburn Cemetery
Delhoo Lane Cemetery
Dudley Street Cemetery
Emalangeni Cemetery
Etafuleni Cemetery
Everest Heights Cemetery
Folweni Cemetery
Hillary 1 Cemetery
Hillary 2 Cemetery
Illfracombe Cemetery
Inanda Regional Cemetery
Inanda Seminary Cemetery
Kenilworth Cemetery
Kings Road Cemetery
Klaarwater Cemetery
KwaDabeka Cemetery
Kwamakhutha Cemetery
Kwamashu Cemetery
KwanDengezi Cemetery
Lamontville Cemetery
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
69
69
13
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.018
0.018
0.018
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
16
18
8
16
71
21
19
103
71
99
93
73
6
59
58
95
65
65
99
56
56
25
16
19
22
94
40
14
74
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
74
30
89
98
98
9
99
24
67
68
5
34
45
27
16
16
35
71
16
33
14
61
61
15
98
32
58
99
99
88
88
26
24
58
50
50
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
0.018
4
37
15
100
9.892
1.755
0.439
0.439
0.439
0.439
2.221
0.717
0.179
0.179
0.179
0.179
1.505
0.000
0.107
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.107
0.000
0.000
0.107
0.000
0.090
0.000
0.000
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Lamontville Gijima Cemetery
Loon Road Cemetery
Lotus Cemetery
Lovu B Cemetery
Lovu C Section Cemetery
Lower Langerfontein Cemetery
Magabeni Cemetery
Mayville Cemetery
Merebank Cemetery
Mobeni Heights Cemetery
Mophela Cemetery
Newlands East Cemetery
Ntuzuma Cemetery
Old Fort Cemetery
Pinetown South Cemetery
Queensburgh Cemetery
Red Hill Cemetery
Shallcross Cemetery
St Wendolins Cemetery
Stellawood Cemetery
Thornwood Cemetery
Tongaat Central Cemetery
Tongaat Regional Cemetery
Umbhedula Cemetery
Umgababa Cemetery
Umgeni Cemetery
Umhlanga Local
Umkomaas Memorial Park Cemetery
Umkomaas Village Cemetery
Umlazi S Cemetery
Umlazi T Cemetery
West Street Cemetery
Westville Cemetery
Wick Street Cemetery
Woodview Cemetery
Woodview Cemetery
Proposed
2015/16
Agriculture
Hubs upgrade
Inchanga Hub Upgrade
Newlands Hub Upgrade
Marianridge Hub Upgrade
Umbumbulu Hub Upgrade
Engineering- Ims
Engineering- Ims
Engineering- Ims
Engineering- Ims
Community Gardens
Zamokuhle 5
PRC- Parks
4
0.237
0.237
5.473
1.766
0.441
0.441
0.441
0.441
0.000
0.000
0.000
Fish Ponds
Bhobhonono
Pezukomkhona
Silindelokuhle garden
Lindelani
Lindokuhle
Phaphamani 4
Siyajabula
Gift of Service
Fredville Farming
Zethembe
Zuzumqhele
Nhlosenhle (S)
Nhlosenhle 2 (G)
Masicebisane Agri group 1
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
3
4
4
5
5
5
6
7.900
0.250
0.000
0.200
0.200
0.250
0.250
0.000
0.300
0.200
0.000
0.200
0.000
0.300
0.350
3.708
0.000
0.265
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.265
0.000
0.000
0.265
0.000
0.221
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Masisizane 2
Magaba
Siyeza garden
Hlengimpilo
Siyathuthuka
Amandla Oluhlaza
Thulubukele
Buhlebemvelo
Sisonke
Bongokuhle
Zikhwepha zendoda
Usizolomphakathi
Sesiphapheme
Siqophumlando B (Ogunjini)
Simunye
Siyaphambile
Siphikeleli
Qedindlala
Qedindlala
Isisekelo Sempilo
Masibambane-mhlalantombi
Zimiseleni
Sicelusizo
Vukani
Buhlebenkanyiso Club
Masikhuthazane
Ukukhanya Kwezwe School
Osizweni garden
Vukuzibambele
Esigodini
Siyaphemba
Siyaphambile
Qiniselani Nempilo garden
Ekuthuleni Club Garden
Sports Facilities
Rural Areas: New Sport
Facilities(inchanga,Ntamntengwayo,Umbum
bulu)
Umbilo Congella Sports Facility
Cato Crest ground toilet
Kwa Mashu section E : Cricket Ground
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 0-40%)
Condition Index
Development of Local Sports
Facilities(Ntuzuma,Mpumalanga,
Welbedacht, Umkhumbi Sportsfield, Delani
Sportsfield)
Worst condition Assets (Cdi 40%-60%)
condition Index (JL Dube Stadium, Menzi
Sportsfield, KwaGijima Sportsfield,
Chesterville
Sportsfield,klaarwater,kwaDabeka)
Fencing : Sports
Facillities(klaarwater,clarrmont)
Stadium Upgrades (queensmead,Rotary
,Glebelands)
Ablution Changeroom Facilities
Imvaba (Amatikwe)
Waterloo Indoor Sports Centre (council
funding)
Durban Soccer Academy
Reconceptualisation and redevelopment of
Mandene Park
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
PRC- Parks
7
7
8
9
14
17
37
38
44
44
46
46
56
59
84
89
91
94
94
94
95
95
95
95
96
96
96
96
98
98
99
99
100
100
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
0.300
0.300
0.250
0.250
0.300
0.200
0.250
0.300
0.200
0.000
0.200
0.200
0.300
0.200
0.000
0.000
0.300
0.250
0.000
0.000
0.200
0.200
0.000
0.000
0.200
0.000
0.000
0.250
0.300
0.000
0.250
0.000
0.200
0.000
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.265
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.177
0.265
0.000
0.000
0.309
0.265
0.000
0.000
0.221
0.265
0.000
0.177
0.221
0.000
0.000
0.265
0.000
0.265
0.000
0.000
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.107
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.072
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.125
0.107
0.000
0.000
0.090
0.107
0.000
0.072
0.090
0.000
0.000
0.107
0.000
0.107
0.000
0.107
21.913
33.976
54.592
PRC- Sports Facilities
PRC- Sports Facilities
PRC- Sports Facilities
PRC- Sports Facilities
7, 4,100
33
101
46
1.500
1.316
1.316
1.755
7.000
0.000
0.000
7.000
3.583
1.792
0.000
7.166
PRC- Sports Facilities
55, 99, 29
0.614
3.178
1.433
PRC- Sports Facilities
43, 91,77,94,15
2.753
1.059
1.792
PRC- Sports Facilities
16, 74,20,55,24,82
3.159
1.766
1.792
PRC- Sports Facilities
17,22
0.400
0.000
0.000
PRC- Sports Facilities
PRC- Sports Facilities
PRC- Sports Facilities
39,33,76
99,29
56
0.000
0.000
0.600
1.412
0.000
0.000
10.749
3.583
0.000
PRC- Sports Facilities
PRC- Sports Facilities
61
26
0.000
7.500
0.000
7.500
7.166
2.997
PRC- Sports Facilities
65
0.000
0.494
1.792
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
Reconceptualisation and redevelopment of
Lahee Park Precinct,Pinetown
PRC- Sports Facilities
18
0.000
0.494
1.792
Reconceptualisation and redevelopment of
Wmca Precinct, Beatrice Street
PRC- Sports Facilities
28
0.000
0.494
1.792
PRC- Sports Facilities
64
0.000
0.494
1.792
PRC- Sports Facilities
32
0.000
0.494
1.792
PRC- Sports Facilities
1
0.000
0.494
1.792
PRC- Sports Facilities
6
0.000
0.494
1.792
PRC- Sports Facilities
61
1.000
1.600
0.000
89.198
89.198
79.304
79.304
82.240
82.240
5.915
5.915
0.883
0.300
0.300
0.000
Reconceptualisation and redevelopment of
Woodlands Sports Club
Reconceptualisation and redevelopment of
Albert Park Precinct
Reconceptualisation and redevelopment of
Kwaximba Sports And Precinct
Reconceptualisation and redevelopment of
Mpumalanga Stadium And Precinct
Waterloo Indoor Sports Centre public
donation
Plan 4 : Fostering a Socially Equitable
Environment
4.1. Promoting the Safety of Citizens
4.1.2. Implement the Social, Situational,
Crime Prevention Strategies and Urban
Safety Management of the Built
Environment tHRoughout EMA
METRO POLICE
Refurbishment of Horse Unit
Installation of New Animal Pound at Outer
West
New Khuzimpi Shezi
Metro Police Hawkers Section Satelite
Refurbishment of Queensburgh Pound
Refurbishment of Isipingo Pound
Refurbishment of Verulam Pound
Additional purchase of 10 Horses
Refurbishment of Metro Police Gym In All
Regions
Additional purchase of 20 New Dogs
Plant & Equipment
Metro Police
Internal
0.000
0.000
0.000
Metro Police
Metro Police
Metro Police
Metro Police
Metro Police
Metro Police
Metro Police
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.883
0.883
0.883
0.441
0.441
0.441
0.441
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Metro Police
Metro Police
Metro Police
City wide
Internal
Internal
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.441
0.177
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.300
89.198
73.389
81.940
20.926
14.831
13.340
18
0.000
3.200
0.530
Internal
5.000
0.000
0.630
Internal
0.000
0.000
1.470
Internal
0.000
0.000
1.680
Internal
0.000
0.000
1.260
Internal
15.126
11.631
1.680
Internal
0.000
0.000
1.050
Internal
0.000
0.000
1.470
Internal
0.000
0.000
1.260
SSS
4.1.3. Promoting Safety of Communities
within the EMA in support of Emergency
and Essential Services
Pinetown CCTV Control Centre
Command Vehicle
Replacement of CCTV Equipment
CCTV
Disaster Management CCTV System
Emergency Control & Disaster
Management
Emergency Control & Disaster
Management
Emergency Control & Disaster
Management
Emergency Control & Disaster
Management
Emergency Control & Disaster
Management
Expansion of CCTV Network In Accordance Emergency Control & Disaster
with Crime Trends and Statistics
Management
Emergency Control & Disaster
Wireless Communication
Management
Reinstatement of The Fire Optic Cable
Emergency Control & Disaster
Infrastructure
Management
Installation of Long Range Night Vision And Emergency Control & Disaster
Thermal Imaging Cameras
Management
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
Emergency Services System (Ess)
Emergency Control & Disaster
Management
Internal
0.800
0.000
0.420
0.000
4.1.4 To reduce the Incidence and
Severity of Fire and Other Emergencies
Fire Fighting Equipment at Depots
Fire and Emergency - Training Facility
Fire and Emergency - Training Facility
Verulam Fire Station (Permanent Facility)
Emergency- Fire
Emergency- Fire
Emergency- Fire
Emergency- Fire
Internal
98
98
58
68.272
3.067
3.510
1.658
1.190
58.558
2.800
0.000
1.766
16.000
68.600
4.000
0.000
10.000
12.000
99
16.715
0.000
0.000
1
Internal
14.560
18.027
0.000
19.040
0.000
18.000
Umkomaas Fire Station (Permanent Facility) Emergency- Fire
Cato Ridge Fire Station (Permanent Fire
Station)
Emergency- Fire
Specialist Support Vehicles - Fire
Emergency- Fire
Renovations and alterations (Prospecton)
Emergency- Fire
90
1.579
0.000
4.000
Renovations and alterations (Hammarsdale)
Renovations and alterations (Brigades)
Renovations and alterations (Durban North)
Renovations and alterations (Gillits)
Renovations and alterations (Mobeni)
Emergency- Fire
Emergency- Fire
Emergency- Fire
Emergency- Fire
Emergency- Fire
4
City wide
36
10
75
1.579
2.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.565
0.000
0.000
1.600
12.000
1.600
0.500
6.500
0.000
Cornubia Fire Station (Project Packaging)
Folweni Fire Station (Land and Project
Packaging)
Inanda Fire Station (Land and Project
Packaging)
Riverhorse Valley Fire Station (Land and
Project Packaging)
Security Management - New Facilities
Furniture, Plant & Equipment
Emergency- Fire
102
0.000
1.500
0.000
Emergency- Fire
95
0.000
1.500
0.000
Emergency- Fire
44
0.000
4.429
0.000
11
27
Internal
0.000
2.632
1.755
6.180
1.412
1.766
0.000
0.000
0.000
Plan 5: Empowering our Citizens
5.3. Healthy and Productive Employees
17.200
17.200
4.799
4.799
4.300
4.300
5.3.1.1 Implementation of HR Projects
CORPORATE & HUMAN RESOURCES
CLUSTER
Upgrade of the Old Canteen Building Decentralisation of Payoll
Building Refurbishment / Upgrade - Room
301 & Room 323, City Engineer'S Bldg, HR
Department
Building Renovations - Various HR- Trading
Services and H&SI offices
Building Renovations 7Th Floor Shell HouseHuman Resources
Building Renovations 4Th Floor Shell HouseHR: Policy & Admin
Access Control - HR Shell House
office Renovations - HR Services - 10th floor
Shellhouse
Buildings & Additions/Improvem Occupational Health
Kloof training centre
Training Academy
Plant & equipment
Airconditiong units - Training Centres
Parkhome Clinic - Grove End
Renovations of Existing Clinic
Computer equipment
17.200
4.799
4.300
17.200
4.799
4.300
Office Renovations - 8th floor Shellhouse
Access Control - 8th floor Shellhouse & 7th
Emergency- Fire
Security Management
SSS Blocksum
Human Resources
Internal
6.200
0.000
0.000
Human Resources
Internal
0.360
0.000
0.000
Human Resources
Internal
1.500
0.000
0.000
Human Resources
Internal
0.000
0.090
0.000
Human Resources
Human Resources
Internal
Internal
0.100
0.100
0.000
0.000
Human Resources
Internal
0.000
0.340
0.000
Occupational Health
Skills Development Unit
Human Resources
Cluster
Skills Development Unit
Occupational Health Unit
Occupational Health Unit
Cluster
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
0.360
6.100
0.600
1.190
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.300
0.000
0.669
1.000
1.000
0.000
1.100
0.000
0.500
0.000
0.000
1.000
1.000
0.300
1.000
0.500
0.500
Cluster
Internal
0.290
0.000
0.000
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Plan 6 : Embracing our Cultural Diversity,
Arts and Heritage
6.2. An Enabling Environment for Gainful
Economic Participation through Sociocultural Empowerment
6.2.7. Strategic Cultural and Natural
Heritage Investment
Collections Storage Facility
Provision of Liberation Route Nodes
Port Natal Maritime Museum Rehabilitation
of ships
Cato Manor Museum (Council )
Cato Manor Museum (development of
Exhibitions for new heritage facility)
Cato Manor Museum (Plant & Equimen)
Natural Science Museum : Development
Mpumalanga Heritage Centre
Rivertown Cultural Precinct
City Hall Cultural/Playhouse/Bat Centre
Cultural Precinct
Kwa_Mashu K Cap Campus & Sourrounds
Cultural Precinct
Point Water Front District For Art Studios
And Performing Art Centres
Kwa-Dabeka Amphi Theatre Upgrade
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
27.869
90.882
48.868
27.869
90.882
48.868
Prcc- Museums
Prcc- Museums
26
55,26,30
27.869
0.660
0.981
90.882
3.000
2.119
48.868
3.582
0.000
Prcc- Museums
Prcc- Museums
28
29
0.000
21.546
4.491
0.000
0.000
0.000
Prcc- Museums
Prcc- Museums
Prcc- Museums
Prcc- Museums
Prcc- Museums
29
29
28
6,91
26
0.734
0.000
0.000
0.614
0.000
10.000
8.336
2.000
25.600
4.892
1.792
0.000
3.583
26.368
4.600
Prcc- Museums
28
0.000
1.500
0.000
Prcc- Museums
41
0.000
3.531
4.000
Prcc- Museums
Prcc- Museums
26
20
0.000
0.000
0.700
3.531
0.000
0.000
Prcc- Museums
Prcc- Museums
28
76
0.000
0.877
3.531
5.141
0.000
0.000
Prcc- Museums
Prcc- Museums
Prcc- Museums
38
28
28
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.221
0.000
1.500
0.358
1.075
0.000
Maritime Museum- Extend Exhibition Space Prcc- Museums
eThekwini Art Prize (DAG)
Prcc- Museums
NSM Research Centre- Preparatory
Rooms:New Generator & Shelter,
Parkhome, Walk-in Freezer
Prcc- Museums
28
28
0.000
0.000
0.000
1.589
0.200
0.000
28
2.000
0.000
0.000
Prcc- Museums
Prcc- Museums
Prcc- Museums
28
28
28
0.000
0.456
0.000
0.000
0.000
9.000
0.310
0.000
3.000
Prcc- Museums
28
0.000
0.200
0.000
326.917
350.259
367.865
345.197
357.735
386.639
234.000
245.000
257.000
234.000
245.000
257.000
234.000
245.000
257.000
111.197
112.735
129.639
Stables Theatre: Fencing & Construction of
Amphi Theatre With Stage
Mxenge Museum
INK Creative Art Centre( Landscaping &
Beautification)
CCTV Cameras(DAG,LHM,NSM)
KwaMuhle Visitors Centre (Planning)
LHM Tech Centre- Staff Accommodation
KwaMuhle Museum- Underpinning
Museum of Education (Council)
House Museums (Invetigation & Concepts
for exhibitions)
OCM
Plan 7 : Good Governance and
Responsive Local Government
7.1.Ensure Accessibility & Promote Good
Governance
7.1.3 Create Integrated mechanisms,
processes and procedures for public
participation.
Zonal Plans - Blocksum
7.2. Create an Efficient, Effective &
Accountable Administration
7.2.5. Enhance the interface between
Council, Administration and the Citizenry
Office of the city manager
10,11,18,24,26,27,28,31,33,35
,36,37,48,49,50,51,52,
63,64,66,68,69, 70,73 and 97
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
Wheelchair Ramps At All 3 Entrances
City Halladmin & Secretariate
Internal
1.184
0.883
1.650
Upgrading of Airconditioning
City Halladmin & Secretariate
Internal
8.335
3.090
2.474
Records Repository
City Halladmin & Secretariate
Internal
1.000
0.000
0.000
1.324
4.124
Archive Storage Warehouse
City Halladmin & Secretariate
Internal
0.948
City Hall Roof replacement
City Halladmin & Secretariate
Internal
0.384
Council Chambers
City Halladmin & Secretariate
Internal
0.000
0.000
0.825
Records Management System Software
City Halladmin & Secretariate
Internal
1.984
1.324
0.000
Upgrade / Replacement of Pipes
City Halladmin & Secretariate
Internal
0.369
0.000
0.825
Auditorium Floor Replacement
City Halladmin & Secretariate
Internal
0.000
0.000
0.825
Auditorium Stage lights Upgrade
City Halladmin & Secretariate
Internal
0.000
0.000
0.412
CCTV Upgrade
City Halladmin & Secretariate
Internal
0.000
0.000
1.650
P A System Upgrade
City Halladmin & Secretariate
Internal
0.000
0.000
0.619
Plant and Equipment (City hall)
Community Participation
Cpas Blocksum
Poverty Alleviation-CPAS
Vulnerable Groups-CPAS
Plant and Equipment (CPAS)
Sizakala Customer Service
New Sizakala Centre at Queensburgh
NewSizakala Centre at Overport
Extension of sizakala centres - Umbumbulu
Building new sizakala centre - Qadi
Building new sizakala centre - South Durban
Basin
Building new Centre at Newlands
City Halladmin & Secretariate
Internal
Community Participation
Community Participation
Community Participation
Community Participation
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
0.220
2.319
1.324
0.000
0.000
0.995
3.619
0.000
0.000
0.883
0.883
2.062
2.516
0.000
1.650
0.825
0.041
1.031
0.412
0.412
0.000
0.000
Plant and Equipment (Regional Centres)
Communication
Plant and Equipment (Communications)
International Geographic Relations
Plant and Equipment -IGR
7.2.9. Create IT Mechanisms to Improve
Effeciencies, Effectiveness &
Accountability and Eliminate Wastage of
Resources
Radio Comm. Infrast. - Highsite Accom.
Enhan - Marlight
Customer relationship management
Infrastructure management tools
Implement Cobit/Itil
Enterprise Architecture
Video Conferencing
Performance Management Solution
Desktop Infra: Desktop Tools
Telephony
Datacente Infra: Enviromentals
Elearning
Data Warehousing, Business Intelligence &
App Integration
Antivirus/Patch Management
Datacente Infra: Backup Robot
Document Management System
Datacente Infra: Management tools
It Tools & Firewalls
Desktop Infra: Upgrades/Equip For New
Staff
Internet/Intranet Development
Datacente Infra: Servers
Datacente Infra: Consolidation &
Modernisation
0.000
Sizakala Customer Service
Sizakala Customer Service
Sizakala Customer Service
Sizakala Customer Service
63 and 65
25 and 31
Internal
Internal
0.351
3.092
2.194
0.000
0.000
0.898
0.088
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
Sizakala Customer Service
Sizakala Customer Service
Internal
Internal
0.000
0.000
0.883
0.883
0.000
0.000
Sizakala Customer Service
Internal
Communication
Internal
IGR
Internal
0.088
0.545
0.545
0.000
0.000
0.088
0.612
0.612
0.000
0.000
0.206
0.041
0.041
0.021
0.021
92.917
99.344
110.565
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
City wide
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
3.246
0.395
0.790
0.395
2.150
0.395
1.579
1.184
5.922
1.579
0.790
2.384
0.397
4.326
0.883
0.441
1.766
1.766
2.207
2.207
5.297
1.766
2.696
0.482
2.740
0.963
0.722
1.926
2.205
2.408
3.468
3.852
1.926
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
4.343
2.062
5.922
1.579
1.184
3.159
4.414
1.766
2.648
3.443
5.297
2.648
4.815
2.408
6.223
3.852
3.852
3.371
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
Internal
Internal
Internal
2.764
2.369
3.159
2.648
3.531
4.414
3.815
3.852
4.297
Information Technology
Internal
3.159
1.766
2.889
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Switches and Routes for Expansion of
Network
Business Process Management
Payroll and HR Mis
Ms Enterprise Groupwise replacement with
Ms Exchange
Software Licences
Fibre, Wireless, Monitoring and Wide Area
Network
Payroll and HR Time And Attendance
Fibre and Wide area Network
Information Technology Computers
Plant & Equipment-IT
Plant & Equipment-Ombuds
Plant & Equipment-Legal Services
Plant & Equipment-Audit
Plant & Equipment-RISK
Plant & Equipment-Performance
management
Plant & Equipment-Corporate Policy
EMARAS
Desks (cluster)
Chairs
Projector
Plan 8 : Financially Accountable &
Sustainable City
8.1 Value for Money Expenditure
Real Estate
Land acquisition (Blocksum)
Proposed
2017/18
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
Internal
Internal
Internal
2.763
8.687
1.579
6.621
1.764
4.414
4.815
2.984
3.852
Information Technology
Information Technology
Internal
Internal
0.000
6.493
3.958
6.180
4.334
4.741
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
Ombudsperson
Legal
Audit
Risk
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
3.948
3.948
7.897
5.528
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
8.563
0.000
6.180
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
7.704
0.000
7.630
5.775
0.388
0.626
0.096
0.096
0.096
Performance Manag
Corporate Policy
Internal
Internal
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.096
0.096
0.195
0.173
0.014
0.007
0.000
0.353
0.000
Internal
0.000
0.353
0.000
City wide
112.886
3.948
3.948
3.948
136.440
3.496
3.496
3.496
187.105
4.000
4.000
4.000
108.938
108.938
132.944
132.944
183.105
183.105
Internal
18.504
3.600
10.000
Internal
1.755
1.865
2.000
City Fleet
30.979
50.000
55.000
City Fleet
6.556
28.079
-15.163
24.422
1.420
1.420
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
6.487
0.000
0.000
0.636
1.590
4.261
3.901
0.000
0.000
21.921
0.000
0.000
2.360
0.674
1.685
0.000
0.000
0.000
3.202
0.000
0.000
0.674
2.528
0.000
12.169
0.449
0.000
70.163
0.798
0.798
2.322
1.429
0.893
1.191
0.476
0.715
13.625
2.382
6.431
1.429
1.787
1.596
24.666
0.476
4.824
Internal
Internal
Internal
Legal Services
Real Estate
8.2. Grow and Diversify our Revenues
8.2.7 Management of Cluster Assets
Depot Upgrades and Expansions (Mobeni &
Western Region)
City Fleet
Specialised Workshop, Plant and Other
Equipment
City Fleet
Service Delivery Trucks, Vans And Other
Service Delivery Trucks, Vans And Other
Cut/addition
Service Delivery Trucks, Vans And Other
revised
Cemeteries
TLB
City fleet
5Ton Truck
8Ton Truck
ETA
2Ton Truck
5Ton Truck
Parks
2Ton Truck
4Ton Truck
5Ton Truck
8Torn Truck
TLB
Roads &stormwater
2Torn truck
4Torn truck
Proposed
2016/17
Information Technology
Information Technology
Information Technology
LEGAL SERVICES
Municipal Court-Pinetown refurbishment
Proposed
2015/16
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
Internal
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
Proposed
2015/16
Proposed
2016/17
Proposed
2017/18
8Torn truck
Front end lead
TLB
Roads Provision
Front end lead
SCM
5Ton truck
Metro Police
Escort Bikes
Forklift
Patrol Cars
light car
Meduim truck
Patrol Vans
People carriers
Pursuit vehicles
Ottawa Workshop
Vehicle Tracking Sytem
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
Internal
Internal
Rm
5,969.188
5,969.188
2.385
1.516
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
12.614
0.000
0.000
3.180
0.000
0.000
2.915
1.855
4.664
0.000
10.000
Fleet Management Systems and Hardware
City Fleet
Internal
0.450
1.412
2.000
Springfield Complex - Plant & Vehicle Hub
Mobeni Depot Upgrade
Home Based Fuelling Equipment
Alice Street offices
Renovations to the Customer Services office
- Phoenix & Chatsworth Cash offices
Renovations to the 3rd Floor FMB Building
Application Development
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
City Fleet
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
22.500
0.000
0.000
0.000
29.717
7.062
2.000
6.000
30.000
4.000
5.000
12.000
Internal
Internal
Internal
4.913
0.790
0.000
3.973
0.000
0.177
0.000
0.000
0.242
Internal
1.000
0.000
0.000
Internal
0.000
2.119
0.000
Internal
0.000
0.441
0.000
Internal
0.000
0.353
0.000
Internal
1.457
0.000
0.000
Internal
1.097
0.000
0.000
Internal
0.000
0.847
0.000
Internal
0.000
1.059
0.400
Internal
0.000
10.594
0.000
Internal
0.614
2.119
2.000
Internal
0.000
0.706
0.200
Internal
0.000
0.000
0.500
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.500
0.500
0.200
1.900
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
Internal
1.974
8.774
9.029
0.544
0.439
0.000
0.000
0.000
1.026
0.353
0.000
0.000
0.000
1.000
0.800
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Revenue
Revenue
Revenue
Internal Control And Business
FMB toilet renovations
Systems
Internal Control And Business
Upgrade A/C Coding System - FMB
Systems
Internal Control And Business
Upgrade & Modication of CCTV - FMB
Systems
Internal Control And Business
Upgrade CCTV Cameras at Rennies House Systems
Building Refurbishment/Upgrade to 10th floor Internal Control And Business
FMB
Systems
Internal Control And Business
Replace 5,6,7,8,9,10 Windows - FMB
Systems
Internal Control And Business
Installation - Biometrics - Rennies House
Systems
Internal Control And Business
FMB - Painting of building
Systems
Internal Control And Business
Building of parking area - FMB
Systems
Internal Control And Business
Upgrade - 5th Floor
Systems
Internal Control And Business
Electronic scanning of documents
Systems
Internal Control And Business
Building improvement - waterproof FMB
Support
Internal Control And Business
Building improvement - waterproof Rennies Support
Building Refurbhishment
Real Estate
Furniture and equipment
Real Estate
Set Aside
Real Estate
Building refurbishment/Upgrade C- Abluition
all floors
Real Estate
Solar PV Project
Energy Office
SCM New Building
Supply Chain Management
Plant & Equipment - Expenditure
Various
Plant and Equipment - Revenue
Revenue
Rm
6,367.378
6,367.378
10.112
1.607
0.000
1.607
1.607
0.000
0.000
2.584
0.000
0.281
0.000
0.000
0.899
0.000
1.405
0.000
25.000
10.000
Rm
6,870.111
6,870.111
16.972
0.000
2.394
0.000
0.000
0.715
0.715
26.846
3.216
0.000
0.000
0.167
4.764
7.444
2.680
8.575
25.000
10.000
OutPut Unit
Ward(s) Located
CAPITAL REQUESTS
Plant & Equipment - ICBS
Plant & Equipment - Real Estate
Plant & Equipment - Supply Chain
Wind repow