PERFORMANCE EVALUATION REPORT FOR
GREATER MAFIKENG BULK WATER SUPPLY SCHEME
NORTH WEST
CHIEF DIRECTORATE: BULK INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAMME
PERIOD: 01 APRIL 2013 TO 31 MARCH 2014
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.
Introduction
2.
Background
2.1
Description of project
2.2
Project history
2.3
Project concept, design and plan
2.4
Start date – duration of the programmer
2.5
Funds previously allocated to project
3.
Progress to date
3.1
Implementation of approved business plan
3.2
Schedules of work and phasing of the activities
3.3
Risks taken and management thereof
3.4
Capacities dedicated to the programme
3.5
Key challenges within the project
4.
Project result and beneficiaries
4.1
Outcomes and outputs
4.2
Beneficiaries and project results
5.
Conclusions / Lessons Learned
5.1
Main successes and failures of the project to date
5.2
Ownership and sustainability of infrastructure works
6.
Recommendations
ANNEXURE A:
ANNEXURE B:
ANNEXURE C:
ANNEXURE D:
ANNEXURE E:
Project Implementation Photos
List of villages expected to benefit from Phase 1
Details of contracts awarded under Phase 1
Project schedule
Details of job opportunities
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1.
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INTRODUCTION
In terms of Section 10(7) (b) of the Division of Revenue Act No 2 of 2013 (DORA) as
promulgated in Government Gazette No 36555 dated 10 June 2013, the transferring
national officer must submit an annual performance report for Schedule 6 within four
months in respect of a province and six months in respect of a municipality after the
end of the financial year to the National Treasury.
The Regional Bulk Infrastructure Grant (RBIG) is a Schedule 6 indirect conditional
grant for the benefit in kind of municipalities.
The objective of this Report is to provide an annual performance evaluation report
covering the 4th quarter of RBIG funded projects, in compliance with the DORA. The
objective of this evaluation was to determine whether the progress on the project is
commensurate with the expenditure to date as well as to determine whether the
project is still on course in terms of the original planning.
This performance evaluation report, covering quarter 4 and the annual report of the
2013/14 fiscal year, is for he Mafikeng Bulk Water Supply Scheme is one of the
Regional Bulk Infrastructure Grant projects currently being implemented by the
Ngaka Modiri Molema DM in the North West Province, with Department of Water
Affairs (DWA) as funder.
2.
BACKGROUND
2.1
Description of Project
The primary focus is to augment bulk water supply to the City of Mahikeng and its
peri-urban villages, within the Mahikeng Local Municipality, located in the Ngaka
Modiri Molema District Municipality (NMMDM) in the North West Province. The
project aims to increase the capacity of the water treatment works and to improve the
bulk water distribution to the region.
The City of Mahikeng, capital city of the North West Province, is located some 280
km west of Pretoria. The city has a total estimated population of some 66 400 living
within its originally proclaimed (urban) boundaries. The Mahikeng peri-urban villages,
located immediately adjacent to the southern, western and north-eastern originally
proclaimed boundaries of the city, are home to an additional estimated 172 000
people who presently receive very limited services from the Mahikeng Local and
Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipal Councils, if any. The residents in the periurban villages live very close to the city, make use of its amenities such as offices,
shopping facilities, schools and public transport systems, and generally aspire to a
similar living standard as the adjacent urban areas.
The city’s primary economic base is the business of Government, followed by its
functions as commercial and administrative hub for the region. The regional economy
also benefits from commercial agriculture, cement manufacture, transport, tourism
and mining to a limited degree.
The peri-urban villages have been, and still are characterised by significant backlogs
in water supply and sanitation, as evidenced by the results of the Census 2011.
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LEGEN
D Urban
Mahikeng
LM
Ngaka
Modiri
Molema DM
Mmabatho
WTW
Areas
Peri-urban
Villages
Other Villages, not
Included in Study
Area
Mmabath
o
Mahiken
g
Figure 1: Locality Plan
2.2
Project history
In March 2012, the NMMDM appointed a consultant to undertake a bulk water master
plan for the Greater Mahikeng, which had been suffering from systemic water
shortages since 2010. The Greater Mafikeng Bulk Water Supply project was
subsequently identified by the DWA for potential Regional Bulk Infrastructure Grant
(RBIG) funding, the implementation of which was to be advised by the Greater
Mafikeng Bulk Water Master Plan (GMBWMP). The GMBWP was completed at the
same time as the project implementation readiness report in April 2013.
2.3
Project concept, design and plan
The city of Mafikeng originally obtained all of its water supply from the Grootfontein
dolomitic compartment, which was supplemented by supply from the Molopo Eye
compartment in 1985. In 1996 the Setumo Dam was constructed to the west of the
city, half of the yield of which was to comprise natural run-off, and the balance of
which would comprise treated sewage effluent from the 2 wastewater treatment
works serving the city. The 20 Ml/d Mmabatho water treatment works was
constructed together with the Setumo Dam, and commissioned in 1997.
The yield of the Grootfontein compartment collapsed in 2010 to approximately one
third of its previous yield in 2010, which resulted in regular and systemic water
shortages to the city.
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A condition assessment of the Mmabatho WTW in mid 2012 indicated that as a result
of poor maintenance and poor water quality in the Setumo Dam, the WTW’s reliable
delivery capacity had deteriorated to approximately 10 Ml/d from its originally
designed 20 Ml/d.
The GMBWP included a detailed feasibility study, and concluded that the bulk water
supply to the Greater Mafikeng’s approximately 238 000 residents (61 800
Households) should be augmented by immediate implementation of the following
works:Phase 1 – Emergency Refurbishment and Upgrading of the Mmabatho WTW
The purpose of this phase is to refurbish all mechanical and electrical components of
the existing Mmabatho WTW, as well as the high lift pump station, the Lokaleng
intermediate pump station and pump mains which transmit purified water from the
Mmabatho WTW to the Signal Hill reservoirs, which supply the city. It was also to
rectify bottlenecks in the WTW treatment process, including the equipping of two filter
structures for future utilisation, to bring the existing WTW’s delivery capacity back to
its originally rated 20 Ml/d.
Phase 2 – Upgrading of the Mmabatho WTW to 30 Ml/d and Associated Bulk
Storage and Distribution Infrastructure
The GMBWP confirmed that the 98% level of assurance (LoA) yield of the Setumo
Dam is in excess of 22 million m3/a, or 60 Ml/d, and recommended that the capacity
of the Mmabatho WTW be further upgraded in the second phase of the project to 30
Ml/d, which is projected to be adequate to provide sufficient bulk water supply to the
Greater Mafikeng up to approximately 2020. In addition to the existing flocculation,
settling and diffused air flotation treatment steps, the upgrading of the WTW will also
include the addition of ozonation to deal with excessive Total Organic Carbon (TOC)
levels in the water of the Setumo Dam, as well as Granulated Activated Carbon
(GAC) filters to deal with taste and odour problems arising from the high algal content
of the raw water, which in turn is prevalent as a result of the high nutrient content of
the raw water.
In addition to the upgrading of the WTW required, it was recommended that a large
proportion of the water serving the study area did not need to be pumped all the way
to the Signal Hill reservoirs, and the Lokaleng intermediate pump station was in any
case inadequate to transmit the extra 10 Ml/d of water which would come from the
upgraded Mmabatho WTW. It was therefore recommended that a new 25 Ml prestressed concrete reservoir be constructed at the Lokaleng pump station site, and
that gravity led steel pipelines be constructed to deliver the extra water directly from
Lokaleng into the city’s reticulation system. This would require the construction of
approximately 10.8 km of steel trunk main ranging from 600 – 900 mm in diameter.
The villages that are expected to benefit from both phases of the project are listed in
Annexure B.
2.4
Start date – duration of the programme
The project was initially identified to potentially qualify for RBIG funding by the DWA
in March 2012, shortly after the NMMDM commenced its GMBWMP. The DWA
commenced contributing to the planning stages of the project in 2012.
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As stated above, the project IRS and the GMBWMP were completed in April 2013,
and the DWA confirmed later in 2013 that it would avail funding to commence Phase
1 of the project during the 2013/14 financial year.
Construction of phase 1 of the work however commenced in January 2014, and
should be completed by July 2014. Phase 2 of the work is currently scheduled to
commence in May 2014, and based on RBIG funding presently indicated in the
MTEF, will only be completed by August 2017, with retention to be released a year
thereafter.
Please refer to Annexure C where the detail of the contracts is reflected.
2.5
Funds previously allocated to project
Table 1 below indicates the RBIG funding that was made available to the project to
date.
Table1: Funding for the past two financial years
2012/13
2013/14
Total
Allocation /
R 1 536 125
R 21 248 975
R 22 785 100
Spent amount
The NMMDM still has to confirm the commitment for counter-funding to the amount
of R 110 818 million for the economic component of the costs of the project.
3.
PROGRESS TO DATE
The performance evaluation was conducted on 22 April 2014 by a team consisting of
the following people:
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3.1
J Fourie
P van der Merwe
L Leeuw
W Bosman
K Tlhagale
DWA (RBIG) National Office
DWA Regional Office NW
NMMDM
Bigen Africa
Bigen Africa
Implementation of the approved business plan
In its capacity as Implementing Agent, NMMDM has employed its own staff to
manage the project and to provide financial management and administrative support
to the project. It has also appointed external professional service providers and
contractors in terms of its supply chain management policies and procedures.
The NMMDM appointed Bigen Africa Services in March 2012 to undertake the
Greater Mafikeng Bulk Water Masterplan and related feasibility studies, which was
submitted to NMMDM and DWA in April 2013. This report formed the basis on which
more detailed project planning was done. The NMMDM then subsequently extended
Bigen Africa’s professional services contract to include for the designs, contract
administration and construction supervision of Phases 1 and 2 of the project as
describe above, but subject to the availability of adequate funding.
In December 2013, the NMMDM awarded Contract NMMDM 12/12/19/PMU for
Phase 1 of the work, for the Emergency Refurbishment and Upgrading of the
Mmabatho WTW, to HT Pelatona Projects (Pty) Ltd.
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Table2: Milestones
Product
Name of Organization
compiling/ developing
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Planned date for
completion
FS/IRS/Design/EI
A
April 2013
April 2013
Date
FS/IRS/Design/
EIA approved
Feasibility Study / GMBWMP
Implementation Readiness
Study
Bigen Africa Services
Bigen Africa Services
Preliminary Designs
EIA (Phase 2)
Bigen Africa Services
African Environmental
Management Services
November 2012
July 2013
November 2012
July 2013
WULA
African Environmental
Management Services
July 2014
N/A
Operation and Maintenance
Plan
NMMDM
November 2014
N/A
Financial Funding Plan
Detail Designs: WTW &
Lokaleng Reservoir
NMMDM
Bigen Africa Services
November 2014
November 2013
November 2013
3.2
April 2013
April 2013
Schedules of work and phasing of the activities
The Scheme comprises a number of components, viz. Phases 1 and 2 of the works
as described in Section 2.3 above. Construction work on the first contract awarded
under Phase 1 commenced in January 2014, and is expected to be completed in July
2014.
A tracked programme for the Project as at 25 March 2014, based on the current
MTEF funding available, is shown in Annexure D. The phasing and costs are
summarised in Table 3 below.
Table 3: Schedule of Dates and Costs per Project Phase
Project Phase
Planned Date Planned Date
for Start
for Completion
Phase 1:Refurbishment / Upgrading
1/11/2013
25/07/2014
Phase 2A:Mmabatho WTW
1/08/2014
30/06/2016
Phase 2B:Lokaleng Reservoir
15/11/2015
31/05/2017
Phase 2C:Lokaleng Trunk Mains
1/03/2016
31/07/2017
Total
1/11/2013
31/07/2017
3.3
Cost/ Phase
(R000s)
R 35 621.1
R 142 394.2
R 46 238.1
R 70 965.6
R 295 219.0
Risks taken and management thereof
Approximately 50% of the water entering the Setumo Dam, which will be treated by
the Mmabatho WTW, is treated wastewater effluent, and water quality in the dam
poses a significant risk to the quality of water to be supplied by the plant.
In the Project’s Phase 2, a Water Use License would need to be approved by DWA.
However for Phase 1 it is currently not required.
The NMMDM is in the process of completion of an extensive refurbishment of the
Mafikeng and Mmabatho Wastewater Treatment Works (WWTWs) to ensure that the
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quality of the effluent discharged into the Setumo Dam complies with the special
standards prescribed for the Molopo River.
In addition, Ozonation and GAC filters will be incorporated into the upgraded
Mmabatho WTW to deal with the effects of effluent on the raw water reservoir, viz.
excessive TOC contents and taste and odour problems arising as a result of high
algal content.
The operation and maintenance of the works once complete is essential, and the
NMMDM will be required to put a comprehensive operation and maintenance plan in
place for the works once complete. It is recommended that NMMDM put in place an
Operation and Maintenance contract for the Mmabatho Water Treatment Works until
its own internal O&M arrangements can be fully implemented. The O&M Contract
would allow for the appointed contractor to undertake all scheduled maintenance on
the plant as required by the various plant component manufacturers, as well as to
respond to call-outs regarding the Maintenance on the Mmabatho WTW.
A clear budget is required to be put in place regarding the available funding for the
project. In addition, more effort needs to be made to finalise the counter-funding from
NMMDM.
3.4
Capacities dedicated to the programme
The capacities dedicated to the programme are as follows:
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3.5
Water Services Authority – Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality.
Water Services Provider – Botshelo Water.
Funding – DWA – Regional Bulk Infrastructure Grant (RBIG).
Regulator – DWA.
Overall Programme and Project Management – Ngaka Modiri Molema District
Municipality as Implementing Agent for DWA.
Financial management and administrative support – Ngaka Modiri Molema
District Municipality.
Design, contract administration and construction monitoring – professional
service providers appointed by NMMDM: Bigen Africa Services (Pty) Ltd.
Construction work – H T Pelatona Services (Pty) Ltd. Please refer to
Annexure C where the detail of the contract is reflected.
Key challenges within the project
Key challenges include the following:
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Funding for all phases of the Scheme (the current estimated capital shortfall is
R 148.4 million, taking into account DWAs MTEF Budget Allocations up to
FY16/17 totalling R 150 million. The NMMDM has unofficially indicated that it
will provide counter funding for R 110.818 million required for the economic
component of the costs, but is yet to provide a council resolution in this
regard.
Operation and maintenance arrangements for the Mmabatho WTW, which
had previously deteriorated significantly, leading to the need for the Phase 1
emergency refurbishment works.
The possible delays in approving the Water Use License from the Setumo
Dam.
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4.
PROJECT RESULTS AND BENEFICIARIES
4.1
Outcomes and outputs
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Currently the expected outcomes and outputs are on track for the phase under
Construction.
4.2
Beneficiaries and project results
As stated in Section 2.3 above, the purpose of the project is to ultimately supply
30 Ml/day of bulk potable water to a population of 238 400 people in approximately
51 800 households.
4.3
Jobs Created
Job creation details are summarized in Annexure E.
5.
CONCLUSION / LESSONS LEARNED
5.1
Main successes and failures of the project to date
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5.2
Ownership and sustainability of infrastructure works
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6.
Since 2013, significant progress has been made in the implementation of
Phase 1 of the Scheme. The role-players maintain regular contact with each
other, and the project team, under the direction of Ngaka Modiri Molema
District Municipality, provides the necessary professional input.
All contracts under Phase 1 have been awarded. Phase 1 of the project is due
for completion towards the middle of 2014.
The NMMDM’s project registration and budgeting process requires a
commitment from the funding agent for the full funding required for a project
before it can award a contract for the works. DWA will need to make a multiyear commitment to the NMMDM for the contracts comprising phase 2 of the
project, which will run over consecutive financial years.
The NMMDM has been experiencing severe cash flow and financial problems
over the last year, and steps will have to be taken to ensure that contracts
implemented by it are not disrupted due to delays as a result of non-payment
to service providers / contractors.
Ownership of all the existing assets included in the bulk water supply system
is vested in the NMMDM, and that of the new components to be constructed
will be transferred to NMMDM, in its capacity as the Water Services Authority,
on completion of construction of the works.
The NMMDM has indicated its intention to operate and maintain the bulk
water supply system.
RECOMMENDATIONS
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It is recommended that urgent attention be paid to the key challenges listed
under Section 3.5 above.
Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality to ensure sufficient resources are
available for operation and maintenance of the project once completed.
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NMMDM must provide DWA with confirmation for counter funding on the
project.
DWA to confirm funding for Phase 2 of the project.
Pursue the approval of the WUL application
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ANNEXURE A: PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION PHOTOS
Photo 1: Plant being removed for inspection and refurbishment – February 2014.
Photo 2: New Filter floor being cast (March 2014).
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Photo 3: Bubble test being conducted on existing filter floor (March 2014).
Photo 4: Existing filters emptied for inspection and assessment (February 2014).
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Photo 5: Dosing pump pipework being replaced (March 2014).
Photo 6: Filler piece installed to allow rising main isolating valve to be sent for refurbishment
Photo 5: (February 2014).
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ANNEXURE B: LIST OF VILLAGES EXPECTED TO BENEFIT FROM PHASE 1
No.
Ward Village / Suburb Name
Co-ordinates
South
East
1
7
Mafikeng
25 o 51 ' 31.92 "
25 o 38 ' 32.44 "
2
8
Mmabatho
25 o 50 ' 16.56 "
25 o 36 '
3
9
Riviera Park
25 o 51 ' 44.52 "
25 o 39 ' 30.07 "
4
9
Danville
25 o 52 ' 36.23 "
25 o 39 '
5
8
Montshioa
25 o 50 ' 49.51 "
25 o 37 ' 21.89 "
6
9
Aslaagte
25 o 51 ' 15.56 "
25 o 41 '
7
30
Dibate
25 o 50 ' 47.29 "
25 o 36 ' 26.32 "
8
16
Motlhabeng
25 o 51 ' 22.84 "
25 o 36 '
9
20
Ramosadi
25 o 51 ' 51.08 "
25 o 37 ' 13.81 "
10
14
Seweding
25 o 52 ' 12.85 "
25 o 35 ' 42.27 "
11
6
Lokaleng
25 o 47 ' 58.33 "
25 o 34 ' 54.28 "
12
15
Montshioastad
25 o 52 ' 40.25 "
25 o 37 ' 57.50 "
13
9
Lorwaneng
25 o 53 '
9.31 "
25 o 38 ' 51.90 "
14
21
Majemantsho
25 o 54 ' 16.02 "
25 o 39 ' 58.35 "
15
15
Tloung
25 o 53 '
8.16 "
25 o 36 ' 49.84 "
16
18
Tlhabologo
25 o 53 ' 31.23 "
25 o 37 ' 30.52 "
17
22
Setlopo
25 o 55 ' 35.61 "
25 o 38 ' 31.34 "
18
19
Magogwe
25 o 54 '
7.06 "
25 o 35 ' 55.24 "
19
6
Molelwane
25 o 47 ' 56.67 "
25 o 38 ' 15.88 "
20
29
Lonely Park
25 o 50 ' 13.65 "
25 o 39 '
21
7
Top Village
25 o 50 ' 50.87 "
25 o 39 ' 59.78 "
22
28
Signal Hill
25 o 49 '
25 o 39 ' 22.67 "
6.03 "
9.20 "
6.49 "
8.55 "
8.82 "
4.26 "
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ANNEXURE C: DETAILS OF CONTRACTS AWARDED UNDER PHASE 1
CONTRACT
CONTRACT
PLANNED
ACTUAL
CONTRACT
AWARD
/
CONTRACTOR
VALUE
(incl.
COMPLETION COMPLETION
NO.
START
VAT)
DATE
DATE
DATE
NMMDM
12/12/19/PMU
NOTE:
HT Pelatona Projects
R 27 089 672.31
(Pty) Ltd
15 Jan 2014
Retention monies withheld have been included as expenditure.
All figures include 14% VAT.
15 Jul 2014
N/A
EXPENDITURE
AS AT 31 MAR %
13
COMPLETION
(incl. VAT)
R 12 789 028.42
33%
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UPGRADING OF MMABATHO WTW AND ASSOCIATED LINK INFRA
STRUCTURE
ID
Task Name
1
Approval to Proceed
012
Qtr 3, 2012
Qtr 4, 2012
Qtr 1, 2013
Qtr 2, 2013
Qtr 3, 2013
Qtr 4, 2013
Qtr 1, 2014
Qtr 2, 2014
Qtr 3, 2014
Qtr 4, 2014
Qtr 1, 2015
Qtr 2, 2015
Qtr 3, 2015
Qtr 4, 2015
Qtr 1, 2016
Qtr 2, 2016
Qtr 3, 2016
Qtr 4, 2016
Qtr 1, 2017
Qtr 2, 2017
Qtr 3, 2017
Qtr
Jun '12Jul '12Aug '12
Sep '12
Oct '12
Nov '12
Dec '12
Jan '13
Feb '13
Mar '13
Apr '13
May '13
Jun '13Jul '13Aug '13
Sep '13
Oct '13
Nov '13
Dec '13
Jan '14
Feb '14
Mar '14
Apr '14
May '14
Jun '14Jul '14Aug '14
Sep '14
Oct '14
Nov '14
Dec '14
Jan '15
Feb '15
Mar '15
Apr '15
May '15
Jun '15Jul '15Aug '15
Sep '15
Oct '15
Nov '15
Dec '15
Jan '16
Feb '16
Mar '16
Apr '16
May '16
Jun '16Jul '16Aug '16
Sep '16
Oct '16
Nov '16
Dec '16
Jan '17
Feb '17
Mar '17
Apr '17
May '17
Jun '17Jul '17Aug '17
Sep '17
Oct '17
N
2
Upgrading Mmabatho WTW Ph1&2 Draft Feasibility Stud
y
3
Comments from Stakeholders
4
Upgrading Mmabatho WTW Ph1 & 2 Final Feasibility St
udy
5
Upgrading Mmabatho WTW Ph 2 IRS
6
Upgrading Mmabatho WTW Ph1 & 2 EIA
7
Mmabatho WTW Ph 2 License application
8
Mmabatho WTW Ph 2 License approval
9
Strategic & Planning Issues
10
Social Criteria
11
Economic Criteria
12
Technical Criteria
13
Institutional Criteria
14
Financial Criteria
15
Legal Criteria
16
17
18
19
20
Sustainability Criteria
Preliminary Designs
Water Treatment Works
Lokaleng Reservoir
Lokaleng Trunkmains
21
Draft IRS Report
22
Comments from Stakeholders
23
Final IRS Report
24
Approval of IRS and Funding
25
Phase 1 (Refurbishment / Upgrade to 20 Ml/d)
26
Update Tender Documents
27
Tender Period
28
Tender Adjudication & Award
29
Refurbishment / Upgrading
30
31
32
23/ 09
Commissioning
Phase 2
Upgrading of WTW to 30 Ml/d
33
Detailed Designs
34
Tender Documentation
35
Tender Period
36
Tender Adjudication & Award
37
Construction
38
39
Commissioning
25 Ml Lokaleng Reservoir
40
Detailed Designs
41
Tender Documentation
42
Tender Period
43
Tender Adjudication & Award
44
Construction
45
Commissioning
46
Lokaleng Trunkmains
47
Detailed Designs
48
Tender Documentation
49
Tender Period
50
Tender Adjudication & Award
51
Construction
52
Commissioning
Task
Milestone
Project Summary
External Milestone
Inactive Milestone
Manual Task
Manual Summary Rollup
Start-only
Progress
Split
Summary
External Tasks
Inactive Task
Inactive Summary
Duration-only
Manual Summary
Finish-only
Deadline
ANNEXURE D: PROJECT SCHEDULE PHASES 1 AND 2
Project: Mmabatho WTW Ph1&2 25 M
Date: Mon 31/03/14
IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAMME
Figure 1
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ANNEXURE E: DETAILS OF JOB OPPORTUNITIES
Summary of Decent Job Opportunities
Decent job opportunities Decent job opportunities for the financial year 2012/13
for people employed at
Adult Men
Adult Women
various occupational
No
Person Actual cost
No
Person Actual cost No
levels: Decent = Full time
Days
on job
Days
on job
for at least 5 months or
opportunities
opportunities
more
Clerical Ongoing
Clerical New
Labourers Ongoing
Labourers New
Managerial Ongoing
Managerial New
Semi-Skilled Ongoing
Semi-Skilled New
Skilled Ongoing
Skilled New
Supervisor Ongoing
Supervisor New
Other Ongoing
Other New
Youth Women
Person Actual cost No
Days
on job
opportunities
66
0
148
0
48
0
132
0
R 21,000
R0
R 32,560
R0
R 71,591
R0
R 48,000
R0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
0
0
4
0
1
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1
0
0
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90
0
32
0
66
0
R0
R0
R 19,800
R0
R 36,364
R0
R 24,000
R0
0
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
2
132
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
TOTAL Ongoing
13
526
TOTAL New
0
0
Summary of Temporary Job Opportunities
R 72,001
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R 245,152
R0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
0
0
1
0
1
0
8
0
0
0
132
0
20
0
340
0
R0
R0
R 72,001
R0
R 36,364
R0
R 188,528
R0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
Temporary job
opportunities for people
employed at various
occupational levels:
Temporary = Less than 5
months
Clerical Ongoing
Clerical New
Labourers Ongoing
Labourers New
Managerial Ongoing
Managerial New
Semi-Skilled Ongoing
Semi-Skilled New
Skilled Ongoing
Skilled New
Supervisor Ongoing
Supervisor New
TOTAL Ongoing
TOTAL New
1
0
6
0
2
0
2
0
Youth Men
Person Actual cost No
Days
on job
opportunities
Disabled
Person Actual cost No
Days
on job
opportunities
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
TOTAL
Person Actual cost
Days
on job
opportunities
1
0
10
0
3
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
1
0
21
0
66
0
238
0
80
0
198
0
132
0
132
0
20
0
866
0
R 21,000
R0
R 52,360
R0
R 107,954
R0
R 72,001
R0
R 72,001
R0
R 72,001
R0
R 36,364
R0
R 433,680
R0
Temporary job opportunities for the financial year 2013/14
Adult Men
Person
Actual cost
No
Days
on job
opportunities
No
Adult Women
Person
Actual cost No
Days
on job
opportunities
Youth Men
Person
Actual cost No
Days
on job
opportunities
Youth Women
Person
Actual cost
No
Days
on job
opportunities
Disabled
Person
Actual cost No
Days
on job
opportunities
TOTAL
Person Actual cost on
Days
job
opportunities
0
0
R0
0
0
R0
0
0
R0
0
0
R0
0
0
R0
0
0
R0
0
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
0
0
88
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
88
R0
R0
R 28,088
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R 28,088
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
0
0
22
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
22
0
0
109
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
109
R0
R0
R 22,799
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R 22,799
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
0
0
32
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
32
0
0
197
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
197
R0
R0
R 50,887
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R0
R 50,887
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