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1 1 Bucket Eradication Status & Action Plans Presentation to Select Committee on Land & Environmental Affairs Dated the 23 rd of February 2007 Presented by: MEC Mafereka

2 2 Definition of a Bucket System to be Eradicated Elimination of a historic plastic or any other form of bucket system in formalized areas and replacing it with a suitable approved alternative.

3 3 Current Status on Eradication of Buckets in the Free State Total buckets Total buckets Current BacklogJan Current BacklogJan Buckets eradicated to date Jan Buckets eradicated to date Jan Funding required to eradicate current R9000/bucket as per Policy 2006 R799.1 million Funding required to eradicate current R9000/bucket as per Policy 2006 R799.1 million Funding required to eradicate current an average unit cost in the R12 534/bucket R1 113 billion Funding required to eradicate current an average unit cost in the R12 534/bucket R1 113 billion Funding available currently R m Funding available currently R m Shortfall R 566.1m Shortfall R 566.1m

4 4 Current Status on Eradication of Buckets in the Free State PROVINCE Progress 1st quarter (Apr06- Jun06) Progress 2nd quarter (July06- Sep06) Progress 3rd quarter (Oct06- Dec06) Buckets removed Jan07 Total Removed Apr06-Jan07 Backlog at end Jan 07 FREE STATE SETSOTO ,00014,000 NKETOANE ,060 DIHLABENG2341, ,5043,213 LETSIMENG ,349 MANGAUNG000009,500 MANTSOPA ,069 MATJHABENG1, ,8514,1078,279 MOHOKARE ,537 NALEDI , MOQHAKA2, ,9302,859 METSIMAHOLO2, MAFUBE ,256 MASILONYANA ,130 NALA000009,026 TSWELOPELE ,547 TIKOLOGO000003,718 KOPANONG000003,244 PHUMELELA ,5882, MAL A PHOFUNG NGWATHE2,2122, ,8405,447 FS TOTAL8,8315,7681,1206,46322,18288,791

5 5 Delivery Hot Spot Areas in the Free State The Free State has challenges of Water Resources in the following Municipal areas: The Free State has challenges of Water Resources in the following Municipal areas: Dihlabeng Dihlabeng Sterkfontein-Qwaqwa Sterkfontein-Qwaqwa Nketoane Nketoane Ngwathe Ngwathe Jagersfontien-Fauresmith Jagersfontien-Fauresmith Rouxville-Smithfield Rouxville-Smithfield Tokologo Tokologo As a result, it becomes extremely difficult to eradicate buckets with waterborne sanitation. As a result, it becomes extremely difficult to eradicate buckets with waterborne sanitation.

6 6 Delivery Hot Spot Areas in the Free State (Cont …) n Most municipalities have capacity problems with their sewer treatment plants, they will require upgrading and the province has a short fall of R500 million. n Few existing sewer treatment plants have spare capacity. n Some municipalities are currently not eradicating buckets until they have DoRA allocations in the new financial year (see slide on current status on eradication)

7 7 Potential Problem Areas in WSAs n Most municipalities experience shortage of technical skills, the department of LG&H together with DWAF have made available engineers to assist with technical supervision at the WSAs. n A water supply master plan has been developed and it should be implemented as soon as funding is available n A decision making tool to guide municipalities for the choice of sanitation of technology, referred to as the sanitation strategy document, has been developed & municipalities to adhere to it.

8 8 Potential Problem Areas in WSAs (Cont…) Enforce implementation role-out plan as presented, through continuous monitoring Enforce implementation role-out plan as presented, through continuous monitoring Review unit cost to meet current average in FS Review unit cost to meet current average in FS Obtain additional R 566 million to enable the eradication of units not yet funded Obtain additional R 566 million to enable the eradication of units not yet funded Ensure that detail action plans, focused on sustainability are being implemented Ensure that detail action plans, focused on sustainability are being implemented

9 9 Expenditure Performance To Jan 2007

10 10 Budget Constraints Current BacklogJan Current BacklogJan Buckets eradicated to date Jan Buckets eradicated to date Jan Funding required to eradicate current R9000/bucket as per Policy 2006 R799.1 million Funding required to eradicate current R9000/bucket as per Policy 2006 R799.1 million Funding required to eradicate current an average unit cost in the R12 534/bucket R1 113 billion Funding required to eradicate current an average unit cost in the R12 534/bucket R1 113 billion Funding available currently R m Funding available currently R m Shortfall R 566.1m Shortfall R 566.1m

11 11 Provincial Delivery Constraints Shortage of funding to eliminate all buckets by October 2007 Shortage of funding to eliminate all buckets by October 2007 Ceiling cost per bucket currently of R9000 is not adequate vs. the current average cost of R Ceiling cost per bucket currently of R9000 is not adequate vs. the current average cost of R Poor attendance by municipal key staff and politicians in most meetings Poor attendance by municipal key staff and politicians in most meetings No proper roll out plans were available at municipalities during the bucket eradication workshops No proper roll out plans were available at municipalities during the bucket eradication workshops Shortage of water in certain municipalities Shortage of water in certain municipalities Insufficient capacity on the existing bulk infrastructure Insufficient capacity on the existing bulk infrastructure Some LMs are extending their Programmes to 2008/09 Some LMs are extending their Programmes to 2008/09

12 12 Implementation Plan Mantsopa

13 13 Implementation Plan Mohakare

14 14 Implementation Plan Naledi

15 15 Implementation Plan Letsemeng

16 16 Implementation Plan Kopanong

17 17 Implementation Plan Mangaung

18 18 Implementation Plan Nala

19 19 Implementation Plan Masilonyana

20 20 Implementation Plan Tokologo

21 21 Implementation Plan Tswelopele

22 22 Implementation Plan Matjhabeng

23 23 Implementation Plan Metsimaholo

24 24 Implementation Plan Ngwathe

25 25 Implementation Plan Mafube

26 26 Implementation Plan Moqhaka

27 27 Implementation Plan Phumelela

28 28 Implementation Plan Maluti

29 29 Implementation Plan Nketoana

30 30 Implementation Plan Setsoto

31 31 Implementation Plan Dihlabeng

32 32 Detail funding per LM

33 33 Establish Capacity Constraints Most rural municipalities are not able to attract the right caliber of skill/expertise they require Most rural municipalities are not able to attract the right caliber of skill/expertise they require No sufficient monitoring of water services delivery at municipal level No sufficient monitoring of water services delivery at municipal level Low expenditure of project implementation Low expenditure of project implementation Lack of capacity in engaging communities in service delivery issues Lack of capacity in engaging communities in service delivery issues Lack of capacity at municipal level to facilitate revenue collection and credit control Lack of capacity at municipal level to facilitate revenue collection and credit control Lack of technical expertise mostly in Water & sewer treatment plants, hence water quality problems Lack of technical expertise mostly in Water & sewer treatment plants, hence water quality problems


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