311013 Infrastrusture Workshop - ECR

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WS Infrastructure Programme
Quarterly Workshop
Eastern Cape
Presented by:
Asanda Gidana, Lungiswa Radebe & Martin Labuschagne
Programme Manager Eastern Cape
Date: 31 October 2013
Contents
A: Expenditure Status 2013/14
1.
2.
3.
4.
RBIG
MWIG
ACIP
NTP
B: Key Challenges
C: Feedback on letter sent on 9 September 2013
D: Project to be “Fast Track”
E: Projects to be Launched
F: Way forward
A1. RBIG : Expenditure 2013/14
Scheme
Project Cost DWA
Commitment
Budget
BAS
Planned Cash
Proposed
Invoice s at
Total Expenditure
Allocation Expenditure
Flow end Sept
Revised Budget
Hand
to date
2013/14 30 Sept 2013
2013
2013/14
Reason for Re-allocation/Movement
Implementation/
Construction
PROJECTS ON IMPLEMENTATION PHASE
11,739,246 N/A
Implementaion
Readiness
6,307,594
12,500,000 N/A
Construction
23,000,000
54,800,110
87,000,000 N/A
Construction
4,630,795
5,300,000
4,630,795
7,630,795 N/A
Construction
20,000,000
2,672,830
9,000,000
20,000,000
4,038,401
8,000,000
Graaf-Reinet Emergency WSS
29,400,000
11,739,246
4,243,276
3,826,758
Steytlerville Water Supply Scheme
70,000,000
10,307,594
6,307,594
4,461,621
Ndlambe Regional Bulk Water Supply
879,000,000
87,000,000
50,540,848
Sundays River Bulk Water Supply
80,210,407
7,630,795
Xhora East Water Supply
258,541,305
Mncwasa Bulk Water Supply
264,188,000
4,259,262
4,243,276
2,672,830
15,000,000
Claims for Qtr 1 paid from MIG. Project wil
recover on Qtr 3&4
Construction
15,000,000
Claims for Qtr 1 paid from MIG. Project wil
recover on Qtr 3&4
Construction
4,038,401
Ibika Water supply
49,000,000
5,070,000
3,946,852
772,976
5,446,852
4,719,828
5,070,000
Construction
Cluster 4 CHDM Bulk Water Supply
353,914,000
41,041,206
17,793,546
1,096,091
8,206,787
18,889,637
41,041,206 N/A
Construction
Cluster 9 CHDM Bulk Water Supply
196,000,000
25,702,494
8,444,107
6,398,733 9,093,351
14,842,840
25,702,494 N/A
Construction
A1. RBIG : Expenditure 2013/14 (cont…)
Scheme
Project Cost DWA
Commitment
Budget
BAS
Planned Cash
Proposed
Invoice s at
Total Expenditure
Allocation Expenditure
Flow end Sept
Revised Budget
Hand
to date
2013/14 30 Sept 2013
2013
2013/14
Cluster 6 CHDM Bulk Water Supply
324,000,000
31,152,194
Hofmeyer Ground Water Supply
64,000,000
10,481,211
Middleburg Ground Water Supply
14,512,194
15,988,702
4,300,000
0
5,481,211
WSA is currently delaying the award of
Material Supply contract.
331,352
1,621,456
N/A
Construction
62,115,000
Part of 12/13 advance is currently be cleared,
although NT did not approve the rollover
Construction
87,896,700
Claims for Qtr 1 paid from MIG. Project wil
recover on Qtr 3&4
Construction
40,000,000
Claims for Qtr 1 paid from MIG. Project wil
recover on Qtr 3& 4
Construction
331,352
800,000
24,854,615
443,998,000
57,115,000
37,352,506
OR Tambo Mthatha KSD Bulk Water Supply
600,000,000
88,896,700
46,432,992
50,000,000
13,079,471
13,330,432
3,745,908
1,436,919
49,000,000
23,000,000
Mount Ayliff Bulk Water Supply Scheme
183,000,000
15,052,731
4,896,709
7,000,000
Mbizana Regional Bulk Water Supply
780,000,000
83,000,000
62,125,235
24,800,000
35,204,942
Matatiele Bulk Water Supply Scheme
182,000,000
Total
4,975,929,133
10,079,870
932,557
575,890,497 282,281,265
67,721,771
50,682,938
50,178,900
14,516,390
4,896,709
31,152,194 N/A
Implementation/
Construction
10,100,000
1,621,456
Xonxa Bulk Water Supply
OR Tambo Mthatha KSD Sanitation
1,476,508
Reason for Re-allocation/Movement
15,052,731 N/A
Resources increased on the existing contracts,
therefore increasing production rate
97,330,177
101,807,594
5,000,000
932,557
10,079,870 N/A
225,189,984
350,003,036
575,890,497
Construction
Tender
Construction
Construction
Design
A1. RBIG : Expenditure 2013/14 (cont…)
Scheme
Project Cost DWA
Commitment
Proposed
Budget
BAS
Planned Cash
Invoices at
Budget
Allocation Expenditure
Flow end Sept Total Expenditure
Hand
Reallocations
2013/14 31 Sept 2013
2013
2013/14
Reason for Re-allocation/Movement
Implementation/
Construction
PROJECTS ON STUDY PHASE
Nahoon Dam / East Coast Bulk Water Supply
3,084,000
1,134,465
1,100,000
1,134,465
3,084,000
N/A
Implementation
Readiness
Ikwezi Bulk Water Supply
2,000,000
282,633
600,000
282,633
2,000,000
N/A
Feasibility
Kirkwood Water Treatment Works
882,000
0
220,000
0
882,000
N/A
Feasibility
Misgund Bulk Water Supply
1,300,000
2,500
450,000
2,500
1,300,000
N/A
Feasibility
Ingquza Hill Regional Bulk Water Supply
Scheme
1,000,000
0
350,000
0
1,000,000
N/A
Feasibility
Ntabankulu Bulk Water Supply
1,000,000
0
220,000
0
1,000,000
N/A
Feasibility
Sterkspruit Bulk Water Supply
2,500,000
0
660,000
0
2,500,000
N/A
Feasibility
James Kleynhans BWS
2,000,000
0
451,402
2,000,000
Goods and services
500,000
129,540
230,691
500,000
Total
0
4,975,929,133
14,266,000
590,156,497
720,743
451,402
230,691
1,650,289
283,931,554
1,172,145
68,893,916
3,729,540
228,919,524
2,101,691
352,104,727
14,266,000
590,156,497
Feasibility
N/A
Feasibility
A2. MWIG: Expenditure 2013/14
A3. ACIP : Expenditure 2013/14 WCDM cont…
Scheme
Project
Cost DWA
Commitme
nt
Buffalo City
Metro
MunicipalityWCDM
Budget
Allocation
2013/14
BAS
Expenditur
[email protected] 25th
October
2013
R2m
R1,933m
(97 %)
Invoices
at Hand
Planned
cashflow
end October
2013
Proposed Budget
Reallocations
2013/14
Reasons for
Reallocation
/ Movement
R1,933m
Implementat
ion /
Construction
in Progress
Implementat
ion in
progress
Chris Hani DM –
Installation of
flow meters &
pressure
reducing valves
R4.2m
R2 m
0
0
R1 m to Ikwezi
LM WCDM (water
metering)
Amathole DM
(Leak repairs &
Comm
Awareness)
R500,000
R500,000
R500,000
0
R500,000
0
Amathole DM
(Mhlahlane –
DM
Commitment )
R400,000
R400,000
0
0
0
R400,000 to ADM
Leak repairs &
Comm Awareness
(NkonkobeLM)
No
movement
i.t.o
expenditur-e
even though
Municipality
has
committed
to have done
some work
More funds
required
Funding
shortfall
A3 : ACIP Expenditure 2013/14 WCDM cont…
Scheme
Project
Cost
DWA
Commit
ment
Budget
Allocation
2013/14
BAS
Expenditu
[email protected] 25th
October
2013
Invoices at
Hand
Planned
cashflow
end
October
2013
Proposed
Budget
Reallocati
ons
2013/14
Reasons
for
Reallocati
on /
Movemen
t
Implemen
tation /
Constructi
on in
Progress
Camdeboo
LM-borehole
metering and
installed
monitoring
system in
Aberdeen t
R1 m
R1 m
R684,000
(68 %)
R25,000
R684,000
Implementa
tion in
progress
Alfred Nzo
DM -trained
barefoot
plumbers
busy doing a
meter audit
and leak
detection,
also repairing
leaks
R1 m
R1 m
R329,000
(33%)
R250,000
R579,000
Implementation in
progress
A3. ACIP : Expenditure 2013/14 WCDM cont….
Scheme
Project
Cost DWA
Commitme
nt
Budget
Allocation
2013/14
BAS
Expenditure
@ 25th
October 2013
Invoices at
Hand
Planned
cashflow
end
October
2013
Kouga LMRepairing
leaking
reservoirs
and
Kruisfontein
rising main
in
Humansdorp
R1 m
R1 m
R222,236.24
(22%)
R153,082.56
R285,320
Implementa
tion in
progress
R2.266 m
R875,168.92
(39%)
R255,000
R603,537
Implementa
tion in
progress
Blue Crane
Route LM Repaired
reservoirs
and replaced
old
infrastructur
e, borehole
monitoring
equipment
and installed
Chlorinator
Propose
d Budget
Realloca
tions
2013/14
Reasons
for
Reallocati
on /
Movemen
t
Implement
ation /
Constructi
on in
Progress
A3. ACIP : Expenditure 2013/14 WCDM cont…
Scheme
Budget
Allocatio
n
2013/14
BAS
Expendit
[email protected]
25th
October
2013
Invoices at
Hand
Joe Gqabi
WCDM
R1 m
0
R316,007.71
Makana
LM WCDM
R2 m
R736,034.
76 (37%)
R406,259.00
R2 m
R1,306,71
9 (65%)
Ikwezi LM Water
Crisis
Interventio
n
Project
Cost
DWA
Commitm
ent
R3.2 m
Planned
cashflow
end
October
2013
Proposed
Budget
Reallocati
ons
2013/14
Reasons
for
Reallocati
on /
Moveme
nt
Implementation
/ Construction in
Progress
Implementation in
progress
R1,032,498
Implement-ation in
progress
Implementation in
progress
A3. ACIP : Expenditure 2013/14 -WWTW
Scheme
Project
Cost DWA
Commitme
nt
Budget
Allocation
2013/14
BAS
Expenditur
[email protected] 25th
October
2013
Invoices at
Hand
Planned
cashflow
end
October
2013
Proposed
Budget
Reallocatio
ns 2013/14
Reasons
for
Reallocatio
n/
Movement
Implement
ation /
Constructi
on in
Progress
Buffalo City
Metro
Municipality
-East Bank
WWTW
R1 m
R1 m (100%)
0
0
Construction in
progress
Sterkspruit
WWTW (Joe
Gqabi)
R5.70 m
R4,027,010
(71%)
R1,340,562.3
7
R4,811,134.6
2
Construction
in progress
Blue Crane
Route LM –
upgrade of
Somerset
East WWTW
R10 m
R2,223,131.8
7 (22%)
R1.4 m
R2,522,401
Construction
in progress
Engcobo
WWTW
Refurbishme
nt (CHDM)
R1.2 m
R28,625.00
(2%)
R34,593.00
R68,524.83
Construction
in progress
A3. ACIP : Expenditure 2013/14 –WWTW cont…
Scheme
Project
Cost DWA
Commitme
nt
Budget
Allocation
2013/14
BAS
Expenditur
[email protected] 25th
October
2013
Invoices at
Hand
Planned
cashflow
end
October
2013
Proposed
Budget
Reallocatio
ns 2013/14
Reasons
for
Reallocatio
n/
Movement
Implement
ation /
Constructi
on in
Progress
Molteno
WWTWRaw Sewage
Pump
Stations
Refurbishme
nt
R1.250 m
R409,743
(33%)
R332,310
R835,548
Matatiele
WWTW
Refurbishme
nt (Alfred
Nzo DM)
R1.190 m
0
R163,912
Ndlambe
Refurbishme
nt of
Ndlambe
Sewer Pump
Stations
R1.750 m
0
R85,500
R85,000
Construction
to start
Sterkstroom
WWTW –
Phase 2
(Chris Hani
DM)
R3 m
R796,286
R39,141.90
R768,811
Construction
in progress
Construction
in progress
Construction
has just
started
A4: NTP – Expenditure 2013/14
AMATHOLE DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY
Scheme
Project
Cost DWA
Commitme
nt
Budget
Allocation
2013/14
BAS
Expenditur
e 31 Sept
2013
Invoices at
Hand
Planned
Cash Flow
end Sept
2013
Proposed
Budget
Reallocatio
ns 2013/14
Reason for
Reallocation/
Movement
Implementa
tion/
Constructio
n Progress
Ngcingwane 1 034 386
1 034 386
0
0
in progress
Bangweni
949 000
949 000
0
0
in progress
Mangathi
729 512
729 512
0
0
progress
Ntlambodaka 868 820
868 820
0
0
in progress
Munyu
377 363
377 363
0
0
Complete
Mqonci
199 670
199 670
0
0
Complete
Mangqosinini 814 000
814 000
Total
A4: NTP – Expenditure 2013/14
Scheme
Project
Cost DWA
Commitme
nt
Ngcisininde
1 027 249
3 * Zagwityi
0
Budget
Allocation
2013/14
BAS
Expenditur
e 31 Sept
2013
Planned
Cash Flow
end Sept
2013
Proposed
Budget
Reallocatio
ns 2013/14
Reason for
Reallocation/
Movement
Implementa
tion/
Constructio
n Progress
1 027 249
0
0
in progress
0
0
0
complete
Total
6 000 000
Invoices at
Hand
6 00 00
1 360 650
A4: NTP – Expenditure 2013/14
CHRIS HANI DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY
Scheme
Project
Cost DWA
Commitme
nt
Budget
Allocation
2013/14
BAS
Expenditur
e 31 Sept
2013
Invoices at
Hand
Planned
Cash Flow
end Sept
2013
Proposed
Budget
Reallocatio
ns 2013/14
Reason for
Reallocation/
Movement
Implementa
tion/
Constructio
n Progress
Sterkstroom 3 000 000
WTW
3 000 000
0
0
0
in progress
Cala WTW
5 000 000
5 000 000
0
0
0
progress
Nkobongo
WTW
2 000 000
2 000 000
0
0
0
in progress
Total
10 000 000
10 000 000
A4: NTP – Expenditure 2013/14
•
ALFRED NZO DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY
Scheme
Project
Cost DWA
Commitme
nt
Budget
Allocation
2013/14
Belfort BWS 7 000 000
7 000 000
KwaBhaca SL 8 000 000
BWS
8 000 000
Total
15 000 000
15 000 000
BAS
Expenditur
e 31 Sept
2013
0
0
Invoices at
Hand
Planned
Cash Flow
end Sept
2013
0
2 853 630
0
2 571 896
Proposed
Budget
Reallocatio
ns 2013/14
5 000 000
5 000 000
10 000 000
Reason for
Reallocation/
Movement
Implementa
tion/
Constructio
n Progress
non spending in progress
non spending in progress
A4: NTP – Expenditure 2013/14
•
JOE GQABI DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY
Scheme
Project
Cost DWA
Commitme
nt
Budget
Allocation
2013/14
BAS
Expenditur
e 31 Sept
2013
Invoices at
Hand
Planned
Cash Flow
end Sept
2013
Proposed
Budget
Reallocatio
ns 2013/14
Reason for
Reallocation/
Movement
Implementa
tion/
Constructio
n Progress
Cleaning of 4 472 000
leaking reservoir
4 472 000
0
0
0
in progress
Jozana neck 2 445 000
Package plant
2 445 000
0
0
0
in progress
Sterkspruit
Reservoir
1 400 000
0
0
0
in progress
450 000
0
0
0
in progress
1 400 000
Accomodation 450 000
Of Hershel
pumpstation
Total
1 500 000
A4: NTP – Expenditure 2013/14
•
JOE GQABI DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY
Scheme
Project
Cost DWA
Commitme
nt
Budget
Allocation
2013/14
BAS
Expenditur
e 31 Sept
2013
Invoices at
Hand
Planned
Cash Flow
end Sept
2013
Proposed
Budget
Reallocatio
ns 2013/14
Reason for
Reallocation/
Movement
Implementa
tion/
Constructio
n Progress
Cleaning of 4 472 000
leaking reservoir
4 472 000
0
0
0
in progress
Jozana neck 2 445 000
Package plant
2 445 000
0
0
0
in progress
Sterkspruit
Reservoir
1 400 000
0
0
0
in progress
450 000
0
0
0
in progress
1 400 000
Accomodation 450 000
Of Hershel
pumpstation
1 500 000
A4: NTP – Expenditure 2013/14
•
O R TAMBO DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY
Scheme
Mvimvane
Project
Cost DWA
Commitme
nt
Budget
Allocation
2013/14
BAS
Expenditur
e 31 Sept
2013
Invoices at
Hand
Planned
Cash Flow
end Sept
2013
Proposed
Budget
Reallocatio
ns 2013/14
Reason for
Reallocation/
Movement
Implementa
tion/
Constructio
n Progress
2 000 000
0
0
Tender
0
Tender
1,203,500.00 1 203 500.00
0
0
Qaukeni Farm 1,359,356.00 1 359 356.00
0
0
Sithebe
414,700.00
414 700.00
0
0
0
0
Tender
Bomvu
941,700.00
941 700 .00
0
0
0
0
Tender
Msana
399,740.00
399 740.00
0
0
0
0
Tender
Tshisana
934,900.00
934 900.00
0
0
0
0
Tender
77 888.00
0
0
0
0
Tender
Ezinkumbini 77,888.00
A4: NTP – Expenditure 2013/14
•
O R TAMBO DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY
Scheme
Project
Cost DWA
Commitme
nt
Budget
Allocation
2013/14
BAS
Expenditur
e 31 Sept
2013
Invoices at
Hand
Planned
Cash Flow
end Sept
2013
Proposed
Budget
Reallocatio
ns 2013/14
Reason for
Reallocation/
Movement
Implementa
tion/
Constructio
n Progress
Mangwaneni 1209 348.00 1 209 348.00
0
0
0
0
Tender
Nyandeni
0
0
0
0
Tender
Zandukwana
Mantusini
Total
1 265 189.60 1 265 189.60
676 500.00
675 500.00
0
0
0
0
Tender
1 417 178.40
1 417 178.40
0
0
0
0
Tender
10 000 000
10 000 000
2 000 000
B: Key Challenges
RBIG
• Implementing Agent
• Lack of Required/Expected Capacity by other WBs.
• Non-compliance of WBs with Implementing Agent Fees, as per Departmental
Delegations.
• Contractors
• Incompetent Contractors appointed in some projects.
• Lack of Financial Capacity and cashflow management by some contractors
• Approval of Feasibility/ IRS
• Delays in approval process of projects as study phase.
• IA Agreements
• Lack of common understanding of certain clauses within the standard agreements.
• Lack of ESKOM power supply by project
• Negative effect on project programming, as a result of ESKOM delays
B: Key Challenges
MWIG
• Delays in appointment of service providers due to WSAs’ SCM
processes.
• Lack of progress and expenditure by most WSAs.
• Some WSAs want to change Business Plans due to communities
refusing the level of service i.e. demanding water reticulation
(standpipes) instead of water tanks.
• WSAs wanting to shift funds in between projects.
NTP
Procurement processes by the municipalities take very long, so the
projects implementation starts very late.
ACIP
B: Key Challenges
The main challenge in all municipalities is proper metering of
BULK, ZONE and DOMESTIC METERING
This makes the determination of water losses and water
savings basically impossible!!!!!
Technical and Finance sections not working together
aggravates the problem!!!
Meter readings atrocious in most municipalities!!
Region understaffed in WCDM section!!!!!
Technical Sections of the WSAs often have high vacancy rate
and incompetent staff.
 Lack of proper leaderships within WSAs
WCDM not prioritised or given necessary attention, i.t.o.
Resourcing.
High staff turnover.
B: Key Challenges
ACIP
•Inefficiency of procurement processes within WSAs
•Protests resulting into VANDALISM (e.g BLUE
CRANE ROUTE MUNICIPALITY)
C: Feedback on letter sent on 9 September 2013
• Provincial Planning Committees
– EC Planning Committee in place (to be expanded to include ACIP,
MWIG &NTP); meets quarterly
– Revised ToR distributed to ECPC members on 31 July 2013 –
adoption to be finalized
– Chairperson of ECPC is the DWA RPM:RBIG
– ECPC in place since 22 July 2011
• Budget re-allocation & acceleration plans for RBIG & ACIP
– AP 2.1: Revised again in October 2013 for adjustments
– AP 2.2: Funds to be moved from slow-moving projects to fastmoving projects, whilst attending to slow projects’ barriers.
Acceleration/ recovery plans were developed and submitted early
October 2013. Regular update to be submitted as and when
required.
C: Feedback on letter sent on 9 September 2013 (2)
• Preparing for Audits
– AP 3.1 – AP 3.3: Busy sorting out project files for Audit
Readiness, however the absence of administrative support
is posing a limitation towards the expected outcomes,
within the stipulated timeframes. Target date: 15/12.
• Transferring of assets & assessment of completed
projects
– AP 4.1: It is the understanding of the RO that Asset Mngt
(NO) is already dealing with this issue.
– AP 4.2: Mthatha BW Intervention, Coffee Bay, Tsomo RDP
South, Mbhashe BWS & Tsomo RDP2 North- capacity
limitations affect this task. Assistance needed.
C: Feedback on letter sent on 9 September 2013 (3)
• Financial commitment for each project
– AP 5.1-5.3: Process followed whenever there is a project
recommended for implementation or when there is a
change in approved scope of work.
– It is the understanding that a submission should be made
to Capex when budget is exceeded by more than 15%. NO
need to formalize this in writing
– Currently working with SCM & Finance to differentiate
between a project value and a financial commitment.
C: Feedback on letter sent on 9 September 2013 (4)
• Performance evaluation of RBIG projects
– AP 6.1: Training of M&E staff on performance evaluation still
outstanding. Performance evaluation currently done by project
management office
– AP 6.2: All performance evaluation reports have been submitted,
except ORT: KSD Water and Sanitation (to be submitted on 31/10)
• Provincial bulk master planning
– AP 7.1: Person nominated to manage the PBMP: Mr M. Vonco and
Mrs A. Gidana
• ACIP guidelines
– Indicate whether ACIP document was circulated to any external
stakeholders; also whether any comments were provided on the
document
D: Projects to “Fast Track”
RBIG
• Greater Mbizana RBWS
• Ndlambe BWS
• KSD PI
• James Kleynhans BWS
D: Projects to “Fast Track”
ACIP
The only WCDM not doing well is CHRIS HANI DM.
They had a dispute with the DWA on the fact that their
allocation was reduced from R4M to R2M.
A reply had been sent to the DM in July 2013 after which
it took long for the DM to reply.
A Business Plan to do awareness and assessment of
Waterdown pipeline was only received on October.
The DM is of the opinion that they will be able to spend
the funding before the end of the financial year!
COMMUNICATION ON HIGH LEVEL NEEDED!!!!!
E: Projects to be Launched
RBIG
• Coffee Bay Water Supply Scheme
IKWEZI - ACIP
• The DWA initially sent a letter to Ikwezi DM indicating that
R1M is available for WCDM, however the DM was in dire need
for water resources to be developed. The funding was thus
used for the drilling of boreholes and to equip them.
• However it was mentioned last week that R1M is still available
for WCDM
• Due to short time meters will be bought since very little
metering has been done in Ikwezi which is a huge problem!
TREASURY
HEAD
OFFICE
REGION
EISH!!
MU
N
WE
NEED
FUNDING
TREASURY
HEAD
OFFICE
REGION
ADEQUATELY
STAFFED
ADEQUATELY CAPACITATED, WELL
FUNCTIONING MUNICIPALITY
WE WANT
TOP UP
FUNDING
ONTO
REVENUE
IMESA: Key Challenges
F: Way forward
A new way of funding projects should be considered since
all municipalities are crying for funding but do not have
sufficient technical staff to properly implement projects.
It is a problem every year, especially where there are no
consultants to assist them!
Pressure then gets put on understaffed regional personnel
to ensure performance and spending!
DWA HQ and the Region should have meetings on high
level to ensure that the municipality has the ability to
implement projects worth millions of rands!!!!!
Otherwise DWA must do the implementation for them!!
F: Way forward
EXTERNAL ASSISTANCE, PSP’s, RRU, WATER
BOARDS, OLD BULL SYSTEM???
LET US STOP THROWING MONEY AT OUR
PROBLEMS AND FIRTST SOLVE THE
PROBLEM
LET US FIRST GET THE CAPACITY RIGHT AT
THE MUNICIPALITIES
PEOPLE WANT SERVICES NOT PROJECTS!
F: Way forward
A new way of funding projects should be considered since
all municipalities are crying for funding but do not have
sufficient technical staff to properly implement projects.
It is a problem every year, especially where there are no
consultants to assist them!
Pressure then gets put on understaffed regional personnel
to ensure performance and spending!
DWA HQ and the Region should have meetings on high
level to ensure that the municipality has the ability to
implement projects worth millions of rands!!!!!
Otherwise DWA must do the implementation for them!!
SOMETHING’S WRONG!!!
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