PRESENTATION OF THE 3RD QUARTER PERFORMANCE REPORT TO

PRESENTATION OF THE 3RD QUARTER PERFORMANCE REPORT TO

PRESENTATION OF THE 3RD QUARTER PERFORMANCE REPORT TO THE PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE MS M. ROSHO HONOURABLE MEC FOR DLG&HS 12 MARCH 2019 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS Purpose of the Presentation Background Delivery per month/quarter Delivery per municipality Mining Towns Title Deeds HDA Blocked projects & remedial work Key projects with high capacity contractors Key performance areas for intervention Status of Key Projects Work in Progress Intervention and Progress to date 2 PURPOSE OF THE PRESENTATION The intention of this presentation is to brief the Portfolio Committee on the following: Progress made by the province in meeting its financial and non-financial targets for 2018/19 financial year. Intervention for Section 100 (1)(a) with specific key performance areas 3 BACKGROUND SECTION 100(1)(A) INTERVENTIONS The 7 Key Performance Areas of intervention are as follows: Preparation of 2019/20 business plan Multi-year human settlements development plan Appoint suitably qualified contractors Performance of appointed contractors

contract management Management of programmes and project performance Beneficiary management and Outreach Community Programmes Reposition of the department to become fit for purpose 4 BACKGROUND KEY CHALLENGES IDENTIFIED The challenges identified that has affected the departmental performance are as follows: Poor performance by contractors and lack of capacity Slow responsiveness to Subsidy Administration Receipt of beneficiary lists from municipalities for new projects is slow Some beneficiaries reflect as benefitted on HSS but on the ground not Poor contract management Community unrests Lack of bulk infrastructure in municipalities Dolomitic conditions of the province restricts developmental areas Appointment of emerging contractors without providing technical support Delays in procurement processes 5 BACKGROUND KEY MEASURES TO IMPROVE PERFORMANCE As part of the recovery process the following has been done: Department has appointed high capacity contractors and are already improving progress One on One process done to get commitment from those contractors Contract reviews done regularly to determine performance of contractors: Non performers are put to terms with strict monitoring measures Performing contractors are encouraged to accelerate performance Compressed delivery schedule entered into with appointed contractors Effective payment system Fast tracking the implementation of National Housing Needs Register Working with DHS to clean up HSS for approved beneficiaries who never benefitted Currently working with NHFC and DHS on an incubation plan to assist emerging contractors DHS has through intervention participated in all aspects on procurement process to assist where there are bottlenecks 6 BACKGROUND FINANCIAL AND NON-FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE As at the end of February 2019, the province had spent R1 752 101 000 which is 90% of its R 1 926 644 000 annual budget allocation. Theres an under spending of R 55 476 000 of the R1 807 577 000 transferred until 08 March 2019.

The province has delivered 5544 housing units of the annual target of 10994 and 4631 sites of the annual target of 4453, and 3 822 Pre and Post Title deeds transferred from the expected 19 245 annual target. 7 DELIVERY TRENDS PER MONTH/QUARTER Month Q1 Sites Completed Sites Planned Units Planned Budget Expenditure 774 908 2057 R 376 608 055.50 R 249 894 908.80 Apr 219 159 543 R 105 297 597.83 R 47 649 907.06 May 257 153 671 R 123 401 882.83 R 75 594 251.44 607 298 596 843 R 147 908 574.83 R 126 650 750.30 219 1251 2091 3550 R 598 349 170.50 R 314 872 916.42 219 367 911 1034 R 177 918 091.83 R 98 210 527.92 Aug 418 367 1214

R 203 080 649.83 R 92 653 499.81 Sep 466 813 1302 R 217 350 428.83 R 124 008 888.70 939 1871 2713 R 466 464 123.30 R 652 422 364.43 Oct 412 503 1069 R 181 225 712.83 R 133 387 683.63 Nov 319 736 915 R 157 389 039.83 R 325 272 291.51 688 208 632 729 R 127 849 370.63 R 193 762 389.29 1752 1489 674 2674 R 485 222 650.71 R 459 291 787.87 Jan 396 260 334 775 R 135 723 009.50 R 73 281 913.06 Feb 1356 470 340 834

R 152 840 330.50 R 383 454 989.96 1065 R 196 659 310.71 R 2 554 884.86 10994 R 1 926 644 000.00 R 1 676 481 977.52 Jun Q2 Jul Q3 Dec Q4 607 Units Completed 688 Mar Grand Total 759 3266 4453 5544 8 2018/19 FY DELIVERY PER MUNICIPALITY Region Bojanala Platinum District Kgetlengrivier Madibeng Moretele Moses Kotane Rustenburg Dr Kenneth Kaunda District JB Marks Maquassi Hills Matlosana Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati District Greater Taung Kagisano-Molopo Lekwa-Teemane Mamusa Naledi Ngaka Modiri Molema District Ditsobotla Mahikeng Ramotshere Moiloa Ratlou Tswaing North West Provincial North West Provincial Grand Total SitesCompleted 699 Units sitesplanned Completed 99 600 1122 2168 328 1701 139 1759 396 726 1445 1265 406 897 456 526

526 180 3266 4453 Units Planned Budget Expenditure 1205 3245 R 505 922 933.00 R 400 990 681.90 104 99 R 13 148 223.00 R 8 875 451.29 481 1302 R 197 701 552.00 R 92 376 794.08 284 500 R 73 442 500.00 R 63 933 757.36 262 570 R 74 639 293.00 R 45 575 033.32 74 774 R 146 991 365.00 R 190 229 645.84 1332 2464 R 463 067 472.00 R 556 214 833.84 233 347 R 66 794 306.00 R 51 738 066.08 50 260 R 110 436 745.00 R 75 140 147.65 1049 1857 R 285 836 421.00 R 429 336 620.11 1790 2356 R 424 098 273.00 R 250 159 944.96 341 527 R 86 619 885.00 R 48 745 380.17 175 254 R 38 153 606.00 R 33 988 253.54 1004 898 R 138 138 646.00 R 93 566 769.87 130 496 R 112 116 827.00 R 63 730 436.58 140 181 R 49 069 309.00 R 10 129 104.81 921 2829 R 445 374 225.00 R 369 875 483.83 68 88 R 64 143 532.00 R 98 363 672.12 250 936 R 127 384 051.00 R 62 429 514.94 319 430 R 64 243 623.00 R 77 472 740.15 80 416 R 53 260 128.00 R 21 561 657.96 204 959

R 136 342 891.00 R 110 047 898.67 296 100 R 88 181 097.01 R 99 241 032.99 296 100 R 88 181 097.01 R 99 241 032.99 5544 10994 R 1 926 644 000.00 R 1 676 481 977.52 9 MINING TOWNS SUMMARY Mining Town Sites Completed Sites Planned Units Completed Units Planned Kgetlengrivier 104 Madibeng 481 Matlosana 600 139 Moses Kotane 262 Rustenburg Grand Total 1049 600 139 Budget 99 Expenditure R 13 148 223.00 R 8 875 451.29 1302 R 197 701 552.00 R 92 376 794.08 1857 R 285 836 421.00 R 429 336 620.11 570 R 74 639 293.00 R 45 575 033.32 74 774 R 146 991 365.00 R 190 229 645.84 1970 4602 R 718 316 854.00 R 766 393 544.64 10 TITLE DEEDS Title Deeds: - 1 490 title deeds were transferred to new home owners 3 726 were transferred to homeowners on the post-1994 programme Pre-1994, 96 title deeds were transferred in Madikwe, Mabopane and Mogwase (North West Housing Corporation).

HSS Data Beneficiary Cleanup: The Department has already embarked on the 1st phase to eradicate the backlog of unconfirmed failed searches, received and sent for initial searches, verified but on hold status in the quest to clean up the HSS database. 14 981 failed searches were confirmed with 691 remaining. 11 HOUSING DEVELOPMENT AGENCY PROJECTS The Department has in 2017/18 financial year transferred R689 872 740 to the Housing Development Agency. Funding at HDA was lost to National Treasury and the department has budgeted for those projects in the HSDG business plan The Department will take over all incomplete projects from HDA in the 2019/20 FY and implement them directly The progress on the projects is indicated in the following slide: 12 PROJECTS MANAGED BY HDA Project Name Service provider appointment values Budget 2018/19fy Project scope of work Actual Total Projected Remaing Budget amount to Projections Projections for Expenditure Year to for December Jan -March Expenditure on complete the project Date 20 2019 31/03/2019 Financial Projections Scope of Work R 66 660 247,08 R 69 993 554,40 Design & installation of 1528 serviced stands R 24 692 631,01 R 41 967 616,07 R6 056 330,20 R35 911 285,87 R66 660 247,08 Stella Internal Reticulation R 30 538 200,00 R 32 065 110,00 Design & installation of 700 serviced stands R 8 206 178,49 R 22 332 021,51 R1 793 821,51 R20 538 200,00 R30 538 200,00 R 25 000 000,00 Design & construction of 6.3km bulk sewer & pump station

R 184 400 000,00 Construction of 1600 top structures R 0,00 R 212 000 000,00 R 10 878 595,16 R 49 261 217,05 Bokamoso Catalytic Project R 30 180 047,41 R 184 400 000,00 Marikana Bulk & Sewer Services R 212 000 000,00 R 212 000 000,00 Planning phase - construction of bulk sewer & water and serviced stands Matlosana N12 West Catalytic Project: Schoonspruit Outfall Sewer Pipeline R 60 139 812,21 R 27 569 822,00 Upgrading of 10.35km Schoonspruit outfall sewer pipeline Matlosana N12 West Catalytic Project: Bulk Water Pipeline from Alabama Reservoir R 41 847 428,21 R 0,00 Matlosana N12 West Catalytic Project: Extension 3, 5 and 6 R 72 896 727,35 R 59 420 720,00 Total R 698 662 462,26 R 610 449 206,40 Construction of 4.57km bulk water pipeline Design & installation of 653 serviced stands R 2 593 390,13 R 5 816 136,00 R 27 586 657,28 R 178 583 864,00 R 17 924 623,08 R 23 922 805,13 R 52 705 159,39 R 20 191 567,96 R 575 845 749,00 R0,00 R4 946 748,80 R0,00

R0,00 R30 493 360,00 R0,00 R2 593 390,13 R41 256 244,80 R0,00 The funds to complete the project are now seating with Matlosana Local Municipality R12 796 900,51 R86 942 845,87 Mitigation Project Issues Coligny/Thlabologang Ext 8 Sunway Bulk Sewer Challenges R141 048 082,01 Budget shortfall to fund bulk infrastructure Additional funding request of R 21 434 519.00 made to the Province Project team in the process of resolving this Relocation of 15 pit latrin challenge . No additional toilets on the way for services. funding will be required for this exercise Budget shortfall of R5,180,047.41 and one landowner refusing to sign consent form for servitude rights The landowner is being engaged and the issue will be escalated to the Local municipality for a resolution on possible action (expropriatin) All contractors are back Geotechnical variation claim (R on-site and commenced 23 120 704.00) submitted to with works while a Province as a result of definitive additional prevailing geo-technical funding request based conditions on site. on this is awaited from the Province. Township establishment approvals have been put on hold as a result of land invasions requiring a revised layout plan Lonmin has commmitted to refly the area to remap the layout and work jointly with all stakeholders to resolve the repegging of the already occupied sites. Contractor is experiencing massive cashflow problems due to non payment, and the HD to get copy of the IP signed between the Contractor has suspended the Province and the works and have submitted a Municipality for cost claim. HD is now playing a control purposes and Project Manager role, funds financial reports have been transferred directly

to Municipality for payments 13 BLOCKED PROJECTS The Department has in the current financial year prioritised the unblocking of blocked projects during the mid-term budget review. The priority areas are within all four regions i.e. Dr RSM, NMM, Bojanala and Dr KK The projects are various stages of implementation i.e. Procurement and Construction. The breakdown of projects per region are as follows: 14 BLOCKED - DR RSM REGION Municipality Project No. Project Name Number Foundation & Structural Demolitions of subsidies No of No of Estimated Foundatio Structure Budget Amount ns s Mamusa B00050003 Amalia DDIS Lekwa Teemane B00050003 Utlwanang Hostels Lekwa Teemane B05060006/1 Christiana Lekwa Teemane B01030005 Lekwa Teemane Vacant Stands Rectification No of to Estimated Budget Str Estimated be Amount Rectifie Budget Amount d No of Vacant Stands Estimated Budget for the Project 100 9 17 R1 962 051,08 3 R 332 841,00 16 R 1 019 755,36 R 3 314 647,44 24

0 0 R0,00 0 R 0,00 24 R 1 529 633,04 R 1 529 633,04 600 129 153 R18 063 537,48 0 R 0,00 164 R 10 452 492,44 R 28 516 029,92 Utlwanang EXT 2 DDIS 150 25 0 R210 978,00 52 R 5 769 244,00 B04120001 Boitumelong EXT 3 & 4 500 28 98 R11 109 101,36 46 Lekwa Teemane B97060014 Boitumelong EXT 1 1000 18 159 R17 792 477,16 Lekwa Teemane B96040006 Utlwanang 390 17 155 R17 340 250,04 1600 305 305

200 79 80 4564 610 Kagisano Molopo Lekwa Teemane B08030001 Kagisano Rural Housing B96040006/1 Utlwanang (152) TOTAL R36 412 766,60 R9 542 450,48 967 R112 433 612,20 R 1 975 776,01 R 7 955 998,01 R 5 103 562,00 244 R 15 551 269,24 R 31 763 932,60 66 R 7 322 502,00 324 R 20 650 046,04 R 45 765 025,20 14 R 1 553 258,00 216 R 13 766 697,36 R 32 660 205,40 R 60 611 709,21 R 130 863 310,81 R 191 204,13 R 9 733 654,61 1973 R 125 748 582,83 R 292 102 437,03 305 R 33 838 835,00 0 0 486 R 53 920 242,00 31 951 3 15 BLOCKED - NGAKA MODIRI MOLEMA Municipality Project No. Project Name Number of subsidies Foundation & Structural Demolitions Vacant Stands

Rectification Estimated Budget for the Project No of No of Estimated Foundatio Structure Budget Amount ns s No of Vacant Stands Estimated Budget NotoofbeStr Amount Rectified Estimated Budget Amount Ditsobotla B08050005/1 Ditsobotla Villages 402 22 1 R1 806 509,31 21 R2 413 887,00 0 0 R4 220 440,31 Ratlou B06080004 Disaneng 402 0 128 R3 350 409,76 179 R20 575 513,00 95 R 6 054 797,07 R 29 980 719,83 Ratlou B06080004 Logageng 200 0 63 R6 989 661,00 63 R7 241 661,00 0 R 0,00 R 14 231 322,00 Mafikeng Madibe

B10090014/1 Mafikeng Womens Build 73 41 10 R3 686 284,62 1 R110 947,00 0 R 0,00 R 3 797 231,62 Ramotshere Womens B1009009/1 Kruisrivier build 73 0 7 R562 443,84 27 R3 103 569,00 4 R 61 626,44 R 3 727 639,28 Ratlou B06080004 Madibogo 572 0 0 R80 349,12 2 R229 894,00 370 R 4 029 765,48 R 4 340 008,60 Ratlou B06080004 Makgobistad 400 40 2 R391 622,14 58 R6 666 926,00 84 R 1 695 874,30 R 8 754 422,44 Tswaing B960400026 Letsopa Ext 1 & 2 862

6 501 R1 147 746,00 605 R69 542 935,00 0 R 0,00 R 70 690 681,00 2984 109 712 R18 015 025,79 956 R109 885 332,00 553 TOTAL R11 842 063,29 R 139 742 465,08 16 BLOCKED - BOJANALA Municipality Project No. Project Name Number Foundation & Structural Demolitions of subsidies No of No of Estimated Foundatio Structure Budget Amount ns s Vacant Stands No of Vacant Stands Rectification Estimated Budget No of for the Project Str to Estimated Budget be Estimated Amount Rectifie Budget Amount d Moretele B97050002/1 Maubane 367 72 0 R5 785 136,64 140 R 15 532 580,00 111 R 1 931 592,90 R 23 249 309,54 Moretele B97060003/1 Mogogelo

429 173 0 R13 900 397,76 173 R 19 193 831,00 164 R 2 995 180,75 R 36 089 409,51 Moretele B97050001/1 Greenside 206 90 0 R7 231 420,80 98 R 10 872 806,00 108 R 2 267 547,00 R 20 371 773,80 Kgetleng B970600013 Reagile 1135 1 0 R80 349,12 24 R 2 662 728,00 538 R 5 940 270,38 R 8 683 347,50 Kgetleng B0412002/1 Reagile 382 1 0 R80 349,12 33 R 3 661 251,00 158 R 3 110 095,02 R 6 851 695,14 Kgetleng B04110001 Bororelo 440 1 0 R80 349,12

13 R 1 442 311,00 213 R 3 592 759,25 R 5 115 419,37 Kgetleng B96040036/1 Bororelo 500 2 0 R160 698,24 80 R 8 875 760,00 143 R 2 915 629,90 R 11 952 088,14 Madibeng B96040006 2100 1 0 R80 349,12 187 R 20 747 089,00 570 R 11 847 326,45 R 32 674 764,57 Madibeng Letlhabile B16040011/1 Madibeng Block I,G,F,E,C 768 13 17 R2 931 807,56 0 R 0,00 40 R 2 549 388,40 R 5 481 195,96 Madibeng B96040006 70 13 0 R1 044 538,56 13 R 1 442 311,00 5 R 128 202,00

R 2 615 051,56 6397 367 17 R31 375 396,04 761 R 84 430 667,00 2050 R 37 277 992,05 R 153 084 17055,09 Lethabong Lethlabile PHP TOTAL BLOCKED - DR KENNETH KAUNDA Municipality Project No. Project Name Number of subsidies Foundation & Structural Demolitions No of No of Estimated Foundati Structure Budget Amount ons s Vacant Stands Rectification No of No of Estimated Budget Str to Vacant be Amount Stands Rectifie d Estimated Budget Amount Matlosana B04020007 Kanana Ext 3&5 1250 0 17 R1 886 099,00 39 R 4 326 933,00 496 Matlosana B0030003 Kanana Ext 6 2716 0 3 R332 841,00 21 R 2 329 887,00

1007 R 19 484 839,78 R 22 147 567,78 Matlosana B0420007 Kanana Ext 7 124 1 1 R191 386,12 11 R 1 220 417,00 49 R 532 001,50 R 1 943 804,62 Matlosana B000110001 Kanana Ext 12 764 1 5 R635 084,12 41 R 4 548 827,00 226 R 4 849 199,63 R 10 033 110,75 Matlosana B99030006 Khuma 1,3,4&5 168 2 2 R382 772,24 14 R 1 553 258,00 47 R 892 530,80 R 2 828 561,04 Matlosana 2007 174 0 22 R2 440 834,00 55 R 6 102 085,00 111 R 2 643 053,05 R 11 185 972,05 Tlokwe B99020004/ Potchefstroom 1 Ikageng Ext 4

492 0 8 R983 576,00 69 R 7 655 343,00 0 R 0,00 R 8 638 919,00 Tlokwe B09010001 Ikageng Ext 11 Mosa Con 0 0 13 R1 442 311,00 24 R 2 662 728,00 416 R 8 042 979,05 R 12 148 018,05 1795 0 0 R0,00 31 R 3 439 357,00 0 R 0,00 R 3 439 357,00 7483 4 71 R8 294 903,48 305 R 33 838 835,00 416 Matlosana Disaster Ventersdorp B97070003 Ventersdorp Tshing TOTAL R 9 918 995,05 Estimated Budget for the Project R 16 132 027,05 R 46 363 598,86 R 88 497 337,34 18 KEY PROJECTS WITH HIGH CAPACITY CONTRACTORS PROJECTS DESCRIPTION Blydeville Ext 4 (Services) Ipelegeng Ext 8 (Services) Ipelegeng Ext 9 (Services)

DEVELOPERS Meron Construction R12 000 000,00 Maseno General Trade R11 500 000,00 TN Molefe R14 000 000,00 TS Construction R18 000 000,00 Motheo Construction R15 500 000,00 Somandla R12 500 000,00 MMOPA Construction Bloemhof Ext 11 & 12 (Services) Wolmaranstad Ext 17 & 18 (Services) Rulaganyang (Services) Lebaleng Ext 6 (Services) Alabama Ext 4 (Units) EXPECTED EXPENDITURE BY END MARCH R9 000 000,00 Lesedi Civil Construction Thobile M Building Construction R15 500 000,00 R13 000 000,00 Barzani Development R33 000 000,00 Thavhani R6 500 000,00 TN Molefe R7 000 000,00 Tigane Developers R10 000 000,00 R177 500 000,00 19 KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS FOR INTERVENTION Intervention Description PREPARE 2018/19 and 2019/20 DELIVERY BUSINESS PLANS MULTI-YEAR HUMAN Key Actions (Activities) Expected Output Completion Progress Report Finalisation of a Compliant 2018/19 business plan Approved 2018/19 HSDG 29-Jun-18 Completed for the Human Settlements Development Grant Business Plan Finalisation of a Compliant 2018/19 business plan Approved 2018/19 HSDG 29-Jun-18

Completed for the Title Restoration Grant Business Plan Land assembly plan Approved 3 year land 30-Nov-18 In progress. Housing Development Agency is SETTLEMENTS DEVELOPMENT PLAN assembly plan contracted to facilitate the preparation of this plan Human Settlements projects pipeline (IRDP/UISP/ Approved MTEF Human 30-Nov-18 In progress to appoint a service provider to review the PHP/Rental) Settlements projects plan. pipeline 1. IRDP 2. UISP Upgrading plans for Dr RSM NMM and are underway 3. PHP 4. Rental The Multiyear Housing Development Plan is being updated Spatial transformation and consolidation plan 1. Provincial HS master 30-Nov-18 Draft Spatial plan pending consultation 31-Oct-18 Finalised. Implementation Protocol with Municipalities spatial plan Revitalisation of distressed mining communities Provincial programme of revitalisation of distressed signed mining communities Unlock projects that are blocked, incomplete or Programme for activation of slow-moving blocked projects Undertake remedial works on defective or poorly Programme to remedy built subsidy homes defective home 30-Jul-18 Assessment finalised and projects prioritised for implementation from current financial year 31-Aug-18 Defective houses identified; ** 20 KPA: INTERVENTION CONT.. Intervention Description Key Actions (Activities) Expected Output

Completion Progress Report APPOINT SUITABLY QUALIFIED Prepare and advertise BID with appropriate Advertised BID for appointment of 30-Jul-18 Advert complete AND CAPABLE CONTRACTORS specifications for the appointment of suitably contractors (CIDB GRADED & NHBRC qualified contractors to a panel for 3 years REGISTERED) Evaluation, adjudication and appointment of Appointment of suitably qualified 30-Sep-18 Database finalised and in use suitably of qualified contractors to a panel for 3 contractors to a DLG & HS panel 30-Oct-18 Draft plan developed 30-Oct-18 Work in progress. 30-Oct-18 Work in progress 15-Feb-19 In progress 30-Sep-18 In progress on a case by case year Prepare a framework for the sustainable Approved framework for the participation participation of small and emerging contractors of small and emerging contractors in HS delivery projects PERFORMANCE OF CONTRACTORS APPOINTED TO DELIVER HOUSING AND HUMAN SETTLEMENTS PRODUCTS & SERVICES BENEFICIARY MANAGEMENT AND COMMUNITY OUTREACH Enhance contract and performance Approved framework for contract management management Develop a management system (dashboard) Approved system and procedures for and procedures for programmes and projects programme and project management management to optimize annual delivery for housing opportunities Implement the national housing needs register Compliant provincial chapter of the national housing needs register

Administrative reconciliation of beneficiaries and Approved framework for administrative delivered product reconciliation of beneficiaries to delivered basis. A comprehensive plan has products been prepared Prepare and implement a community outreach Approved and implemented community programme outreach programme 30-Jul-18 Ongoing and Communications 21 unit is driving the process KPA: INTERVENTION CONT.. Intervention Description Key Actions (Activities) Expected Output Completion Progress Report REPOSITION THE Finalise the organisational structure Approved macro 30-Jul-18 Final draft Macro structure prepared for consultation DEPARTMENT TO organisational structure BECOME FIT FOR Migrate personnel into the approved organisational PURPOSE structure Fill vacant positions with OTP and DPSA Complete migration 31-Oct-19 Pending approval of Organisational Structure Reduce vacancy to 31-Mar-19 Advertised positions pending approval of prescribed range Organisational Structure Review and align the SLA of the appointed service Aligned PMU SLA to 30-Jul-18 Underway. The scope of work for the PMU is provider (PMU) objectives of the managed jointly between the NDHS and the Intervention

PDLG&HS. 22 STATUS OF KEY PROJECTS Rustenburg accreditation : Process not finalised yet CRU Mafikeng : Due to flouting of processes by municipality, 50 units of 100 are illegally occupied. Matlosana CRU : All 100 units are occupied Rustenburg Meriting Ext 4 & 5 : Eskom is not responsive to our request to carry cost of relocation and rebuild of 54 structures built under electricity pylons. Assistance of the committee was requested to engage the relevant committee. 23 WORK IN PROGRESS Feb 2019 Milestone Beneficiaries Amount Foundations no wallplate 566 R 18 642 794.99 Wall Plates 618 R 14 684 700.09 Finishes no completion 641 R 4 412 366.41 TOTAL R 37 739 861.49 24 PROGRESS TO DATE Implementation Protocol signed between Minister and MEC Intervention Steering Committee setup and chaired by the DG Technical Working Team established and chaired by DDG 25 THANK YOU! 26

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