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ORTDM READINESS TO IMPLEMENT MWIG 13 SEPTEMBER 2013.

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1 ORTDM READINESS TO IMPLEMENT MWIG 13 SEPTEMBER 2013

2 Expected outcomes of the MWIG Appointment of Implementing agent Projects identified and allocation Project Execution Plan Project Progress 2014/2015 project allocations 2013/2014 cash flow projections Conclusion PRESENTATION LAYOUT

3 DORA (Flow of funds) Unconditional Allocation (Equitable Share) Constitution s214 (1)(a) &(b) DORA – Schedule 1, 2 & 3 Conditional Allocation Constitution s214 (1)(c) DORA – Schedule 4B & 7B DORA - Schedule 5B (Specific purpose allocation to municipalities, e.g. MWIG) Conditional Allocation Constitution s214 (1)(c) DORA – Schedule 4B & 7B DORA - Schedule 5B (Specific purpose allocation to municipalities, e.g. MWIG) Conditional Allocation-in-kind Constitution s214 (1)(c) DORA – Schedule 6B (Allocation-in-kind to municipality for designated special programmes, e.g. RBIG) Transferring Officer (Water Affairs) Receiving Officer (Accounting Officer) Implementing Agent Amatola Water Implementing Agent Amatola Water Direct Implementation

4 Access to water supply enabled through development of new infrastructure and/or refurbishment and/or upgrading of existing infrastructure Reduction in water losses and non-revenue water Access to sustainable water supply Increased households access to water supply from a local, interim or intermediate source Expected Outcomes of the MWIG

5 Number of fully functional projects completed and signed by both the Mayor and Municipal Manager Number of people or households provided with water Number of rural schemes that are functional within standards of WSA Number of communities benefiting Number of job opportunities created Expected Outcomes of the MWIG

6 Amatola Water has been appointed as an Implementing Agent of the ORTDM MWIG project through a tripartite agreement. The tripartite agreement between DWA, ORTDM, and AW has been signed. Appointment of Implementing Agent

7 Project identified and Allocations 7 AreaHouseholds 2013/2014 Allocation 2014/2015 Allocation KSD Ward 28804R 4 961 994R 3 618 000 Ward 262028R 4 962 016R 9 126 000 Ingquza Hill Ntontela/ Tembukazi 3303R 4 961 990R 33 122 112 R 14 886 000R 45 866 112 Area 2013/2014 Allocation 2014/2015 Allocation 2015/2016 Allocation ORTDMAll LM'sR 14 886 000R 99 442 000R 124 303 000 R 14 886 000R 99 442 000R124 303 000

8 Project Plan 8 ORTDM July 13Aug 13Sept 13Oct 13Nov 13Dec 13Jan 14Feb 14Mar 14Apr 14May 14Jun 14 Inception Procurement (PSP) Planned activity Legislative & Regulatory Matters Completed / progress to date Preliminary Design Detail Design Tender Procurement (Contractor) Construction

9 Project Progress 9 Ntontela and Tembukazi Borehole Development Project Progress (Cont.)

10 Ntontela and Tembukazi Borehole Development The Geohydrological Investigation at Makhwaleni group of Villages, Lusikisiki has been concluded in August 2013 and the report has highlighted the following outcome: Six boreholes have been drilled and 14 springs investigated to determine available ground water potential. Of the six boreholes drilled, four were dry and the remaining two yielded a combined flow of 0.63 liters/second. Project Progress (Cont.)

11 Ntontela and Tembukazi Borehole Development The 14 springs were tested and only six has sufficient yield to channel into storage tanks for use by the community. The total yield from the six springs is 1.8 liters/second. Location of storage tanks will be finalized by a site meeting in mid September 2013 and an action plan derived as to the specific location. Due to the poor groundwater availability in the area, additional Geohydrological work was required in search for existing boreholes was expanded towards Lusikisiki Town outside and out of the immediate area. Project Progress (Cont.)

12 Ntontela and Tembukazi Borehole Development The main aim of this investigation is to determine the water quality, construction and maximum recommended yields of five existing boreholes Project Progress (Cont.)

13 KSD Ward 26 & 28 Water Supply A final desktop groundwater resource plan has been tabled below to do the groundwater development of KSD LM ward 26 & 28. Project Progress (Cont.)

14 KSD Ward 26 Water Supply 14

15 Project Progress (Cont.) KSD Ward 28 Water Supply 15

16 WATER TANKERS There was a need to purchase three 15000 liter water tanks for each of the areas as an interim process to cart water into storage tanks for distribution to the communities. The specification has been concluded tender will close by 11 Oct 2013 PROJECT PROGRESS (Cont.)

17 A meeting was held in ORTDM between UWP, DWA, ORTDM and the AW to allocate projects for 2014/2015 and 2015/2016. The allocations for 2014/2015 were done but the values for 2015/2016 still needs final confirmation. This process should be completed by Friday 13 September 2014. 2014/15 Projects & allocations

18 18 Financial Code Project Number Project Name District Municipality Local Municipality Budget allocation 2014/15 Budget Allocation 2015/16 ECM041ZEC088 Ntontela and Tembukazi Borehole Development OR Tambo DMNgquza Hill 33 122 1120 ECM042ZEC106Ward 28 Water SupplyOR Tambo DM King Sabata Dalindyebo 3 618 0000 ECM043ZEC109Ward 26 Water SupplyOR Tambo DM King Sabata Dalindyebo 9 126 0000 To be supplied ZEC095Tholeni RWHTOR Tambo DMMhlontlo 9 000 000To be advised To be supplied ZEC091/2 Debeza and Lwandlana borehole development OR Tambo DMIngquza Hill 10 000 000 To be advised To be supplied NewWards 6, 15, 17, 18, 19, 28OR Tambo DMNyandeni 4 500 000 To be advised To be supplied NewWards 1, 3OR Tambo DMNyandeni 4 500 000 To be advised To be supplied ZEC076/7 Water carting and spring protection in ward 1 OR Tambo DMPort St Johns 4 000 000 To be advised To be supplied ZEC078/9 Borehole development in wards 3 and 7 OR Tambo DM Port St Johns 10 000 00034 000 000 To be supplied ZEC080/1 Borehole development in wards 9 and 16 OR Tambo DM Port St Johns 7 000 00020 000 000

19 2013/2014 CASHFLOWS MonthProjection September 2013R 966 050 October 2013R 149 761 November 2013R 1 807 000 December 2013R 2 866 895 January 2014R 4 836 000 February 2014R 834 000 March 2014R 1 390 000 April 2014R 417 000 May 2014R 1 390 000 June 2014R 250 000

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