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1 IWCDP SUMMIT N2 DEVELOPMENT LOGISTICS PLATFORM FOR THE WILD COAST 14 November 2013

2 PART 1 ROAD CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS IN THE EASTERN CAPE

3 Project Types  Corridor Development  Bypass Development  Conventional Projects  Routine Road Maintenance  Community Development Projects

4 Corridor Development  Proposed N2 Wild Coast Highway

5 Bypass Development  Butterworth & Dutywa  Public participation completed.  Final scoping report compiled.  Scoping report to be advertised for comments.  Construction estimated to commence 2016.  King William’s Town  Route location to be identified.  Consulting Firm to be appointed.

6 Bypass Development  Mount Frere  Possible routes (six options have been identified)  Public participation to commence March 2014.  Qumbu  Currently no need for a bypass, but  urgent need for public transport and trading facilities.  If Municipality provides the necessary taxi/bus ranks,  SANRAL will consider providing a dual carriageway

7 Conventional Projects Route Recently Completed In Construction In Design or Planning Total Estimated Value N2578R 4 624 mill N6312R 503 mill N9001R 350 mill N10521R 1 034 mill R56001R 90 mill R58001R 85 mill R61278R 4 539 mill R72102R 700 mill

8 Routine Road Maintenance Routes  N2Tsitsikamma to Brooksnek  N6East London to Aliwal North  N9WC Border (Willowmore) to Middelburg  N10Nanaga to Middelburg  R56Middelburg to EC Border (Matatiele)  R58EC Border (Venterstad) to Elliot  R61WC Boarder to Aberdeen  R61 Queenstown to Port St Johns  R62EC Border (Haarlem) to N2 (Humansdorp)

9 Routine Road Maintenance Routes  R63 West EC Border (Graff Reinet) to N10 (Cookhouse)  R63East N10 (Bedford) to N2 (Komga)  R67N2 (Grahamstown) to R61 (Queenstown) R72N10 (Nanaga) to East London Airport R75N2 (Port Elizabeth) to R63 (Graaff Reinet) YearFunding 2012/2013R 94 973 048 2013/2014R 74 707 645 2014/2015R 125 323 335

10 Community Development Projects  In Construction  Brooksnek Various FacilitiesMar. 2013 to Mar. 2014Est. R 34 mill  Tombo Various FacilitiesOct. 2011 to Feb. 2014Est. R 54 mill  St Barnabas Various FacilitiesAug. 2013 to Apr. 2014Est. R 27 mill  Misty Mt. Various FacilitiesJun. 2012 to Jun. 2014Est. R 42 mill  Mafini Various FacilitiesJun. 2012 to Nov. 2013Est. R 60 mill  Umngazi Various FacilitiesOct. 2012 to Oct. 2014Est. R 52 mill  Maqwathini CARNov. 2012 to Nov. 2014Est. R 18 mill  Nyhwarha CAROct. 2012 to Nov. 2014Est. R 32 mill  Magalakangqa CARAug. 2013 to Jun. 2015Est. R 50 mill  Engcobo Pedestrian FacilitiesAug. 2013 to Jun. 2015Est. R 36 mill TotalEst. R 405 m

11 Community Development Projects  In Planning  Ndabakazi IntersectionStart April 2014Est. R 25 mill  Breidbach IC Pedestrian Fac.Start June 2015Est. R 8 mill  KWT Pedestrian Facilities Start June 2015Est. R 8 mill  Fort Beaufort Various Start January 2014Est. R 10 mill  Tsolomnqa Various FacilitiesStart January 2014Est. R 12 mill  Whittlesea Pedestrian Start January 2014Est. R 16 mill  Ngcweleni Various FacilitiesStart Oct. 2015Est. R 36 mill  Mzeke Various FacilitiesStart Jul 2014Est. R 21 mill

12 PART 2 N2 WILD COAST HIGHWAY PROJECT

13 Socio-economic Benefit  Give access to untapped potential of former Transkei.  Address the primary inequity of lack of access, which  has led to being the most impoverished region of SA.

14 Road User Benefits  Linking East London with Durban.  69 km shorter than the existing N2 route.  Estimated time savings of 1¼ to 2¼ hours.  This time and cost savings due to:  distance saving,  Improved alignment,  lower altitude.

15 Basic Scope of the Work  Corridor development: Durban to East London.  New alignment: Port Edward to Port St Johns.  Development of approximately 560 km of road.  Construction of 9 bridges, largest being:  Mtentu  Msikaba

16 Msikaba River Bridge

17 Mtentu River Bridge

18 Status Quo  RoD received April 2010.  RoD endorsed July 2011.  Detail design of two major bridges complete.  Preliminary design of 7 other bridges in progress.  Preliminary alignment of road works complete.  Commencement pending court cases.

19 Estimated Project Cost  Two major bridges (greenfields)R 2.1 bill  Roadworks (greenfields)R 5.1 bill  Roadworks (existing route)R 1.8 bill Total project costR 9–10 bill

20 Estimated Job Creation Potential  Construction Period  Construction – Direct 6 800 jobs  Construction – Indirect28 100 jobs  Maintenance Period (continuous per annum)  Operation – Direct 900 jobs  Operation – Indirect18 900 jobs

21 Estimated Local Socio-economic Impact  During Construction only  Wages and salariesR 480.5 mill  Income to local industryR 360.4 mill  Income to retailersR 240.2 mill  Income to service providersR 120.1 mill

22 Potential Opportunities  Potential opportunities exists in:  Road Construction Projects (direct opportunities).  Non-road Construction Projects (indirect opportunities).  Sustainable socio-economic development.

23 Potential Opportunities During Construction (Examples)  Construction of roadworks.  Plant and machinery hire.  Establishment of quarries and borrow pits.  Construction of ancillary works.  Establishment of site offices and utilities  Establishment of contractor villages.  Providing support services.  Servicing of plant, vehicles, printers, etc.  Accommodation, catering, retail services.

24 Unlocking Opportunities 24  SANRAL’s Contribution to Unlock Opportunities  Development and training  Inclusion mechanisms

25 Contractor Growth Path Community Development Projects Model 1A Labour Based Labour Model 1B SMME Based - Labour - CE1 - CE2 Model 1C Outcomes Based - CE3 -CE4 Routine Road Maintenance Projects Model 2 - CE6 to CE7 - CE2 to CE4 Conventional Projects Model 3A Small Conventional Contracts - CE6 to CE7 Model 3B Conventional - CE8 to CE9 Development and Training Model

26 Inclusion Mechanisms  Conventional Projects  Contract Participation Goals  Routine Road Maintenance Projects  Enhanced sub-contractor methodology  Community Development Projects  Labour and SMME based contracts. 26

27 Conventional Projects  Contract Participation Goals:  Labour Maximisation: 4 - 6% of tender sum.  SMME/BE Utilisation : 8 - 12% of tender sum.  90% of 8 – 12% black owned.  40% woman owned.  40% youth. 27

28 Routine Road Maintenance Projects  Enhanced Sub-contractor Methodology  Main contractor typically CIDB grade 6 and upwards.  Main contractor executes 30 to 40 % of the work.  Sub-contractors typically CIDB grade 2 to 4.  Sub-contractors executes 60 to 70% of the work.  90% of SMME’s black owned.  40% of SMME’s woman owned.  40% of SMME’s youth owned.  All unskilled labour from the local community. 28

29 Community Development Contracts  Labour and SMME Based Contracts  SANRAL contracts with Construction Manager (CM).  CM tenders for training, mentoring, overseeing, etc.  CM does not tender for construction of the works.  All SMME’s are recruited from the local community.  SMME’s construct 90% of the work, 10% large plant.  40% of SMME’s must be woman owned.  40% of SMME’s must be youth owned.  All labour recruited from the local community.  Local suppliers are utilised as far as possible. 29

30 How to get involved? 30  Develop local skills  Develop local SMME’s  Develop local business  Share development plans  Share development programmes  Share data bases

31 Look out for SANRAL Tenders  Register with statutory controls  CIDB, UIF, SARS, Compensation Commissioner, etc.  SANRAL web-site: www.nra.co.zawww.nra.co.za  Service Provider Zone  Tenders All projects  Current Tenders/Tenders Awarded  Local media RRM & CD projects  Local notice boards 31

32 MARLIZE NEL-VERWEY (041) 398-3220 NEL-VERWEYM@NRA.CO.ZA Fraud Hotline:0800 204 558 sanral@tip-offs.com www.nra.co.za


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