Portfolio Committee Presentation 19 February 2018

Portfolio Committee Presentation 19 February 2018

Departmental Third Quarter Preliminary Performance Report 2018/19 Portfolio Committee Presentation 19 February 2018 Director General: M S Tshangana Presentation Outline 1. Quarter 3 Preliminary Performance as per approved Annual Performance Plan 2018/2019 2. Progress on MTSF Targets Performance 3. Expenditure Report and Human and Urban Settlements Developments Grants as at 31 December 2018 4. Areas that Require Attention for Improved Performance and Actions Implemented to Improve Performance 5. Recommendation 02/09/2020 2 Governance and Administration The Department had 78% compliance to statutory tabling and prescripts in the third quarter and 70% compliance in the second quarter. Matters of compliance during the third Quarter iincludes submission of the following: Departmental Strategic and Annual Performance Plans for 2019/20 to the oversight bodies (second draft) Financial statements to the National Treasury Monthly early warnings system report to the National Treasury Departmental Quarterly Performance Reports to the oversight bodies Quarterly Training and Expenditure Report to the Public Service Education and Training Authority (PSETA) Quarterly Integrated Employee Health and Wellness Reporting Tool to the DPSA Public Service Womens Management Week Report to the DPSA Batho Pele Forum Report to the DPSA Quarterly FOSAD report to the DPSA Quarterly Financial Misconduct Report to the Public Service Commission The implementation of the MPAT processes Adherence to schedules of Parliament, Cabinet and Governance Structures Out of 1 125 invoices which were received, 4 invoices were paid after 30 days, that is, 99,6% payment of invoices within 30 days 02/09/2020 3 Governance and Administration The 83% implementation of the HR Plan includes but is not limited to the following activities: Develop customised BPCMEP Facilitate implementation of Pilot Project on Batho Pele service standards Implementation of Gender Equity Strategic Framework and Implementation plan 100% planned quarterly health promotion interventions conducted 1 HR Outreach Session on sound labour relations practices Facilitation of 1 Departmental Bargaining Chamber (DBC) meeting 1% reduction of vacancy rate Implementation of approved WSP initiatives Implementation of Internship programme Conduct competency assessments and skills audit Analysis of exit interviews Analysis of Quarterly leave use and coordination of consequence management for late leave submission Implementations of outcomes of performance moderation levels 2-12 Moderation of annual assessment reports for SMS members Submission of mid-term reviews(All) 02/09/2020 4

Governance and Administration The 17% of the HR Plan which was not performed as planned consists of the following activities: Stakeholder consultations on draft policy in November Disability month Consultation with stakeholders on the proposed organisational structure Alignment of the structure based on the DPSA inputs and subject to the Executive Management Team (EMT) concurrence Approval of the Migration and Placement strategy 1 Skills Development Committee Meeting All posts will be advertised on a permanent basis including identified critical posts. This will be done before the end of the financial year. 02/09/2020 5 Governance and Administration The following is progress on legislation changes: The Property Practitioners Bill, 2016 was unanimously adopted by the Portfolio Committee and the National Assembly during the period under review. The Department is waiting for the Cabinet approval for submission of the Home Loan and Mortgage Disclosure Amendment Bill, 2016 to Parliament for introduction. The department is waiting for the Cabinet approval for the publication of the Housing Consumer Protection Bill, 2016 in the Government Gazette for public comments. Human Settlements Bill 02/09/2020 6 Governance and Administration Progress on legislation changes: Human Settlements Bill is subject to a procurement process; based on an initial draft policy framework. The Policy Framework will be interrogated by the recently appointed Policy and Legislative Panel (POLERT) and a subject of an Improvement Plan of the Human Settlements Synthesis Evaluation which is due to be processed through Cabinet by DPME & NDHS. Human Settlements Development Bank Bill has been aligned with an approved policy and a draft Business case and it is currently being finalised for approval. There are certain omissions and insertions which have been effected in the Pie Amendment Bill. The norms and standards for rental housing are still to be finalised in order to come up with the final draft of the Rental Housing Amendment Act 35 of 2014 Regulations. Policy and Research The department is currently consulting the stakeholders on the policy framework for Human Settlements Ombudsman. Research to support policy development was conducted, that is, the review of the Empowerment Framework for the designated groups. The research recommends the inclusion of other disadvantaged groups such as those beyond the age of 35. 02/09/2020 7 Intergovernmental and International Relations The Department has coordinated the following Intergovernmental fora in line with human settlements priorities: Provincial quarterly intergovernmental and multi-sector planning and budgeting Joint Coordinating Committee on Land Buffalo City Municipal Intervention Forum Department of Science and Technology Back to Basics Disaster Management Parliamentary Committee During the period under review the Department has serviced planned initiatives on international cooperation through the following activities: Management of preparations for South African participations at the cities Alliance General Assembly Support to the Habitat Month Commemoration

Facilitation of the participation in the Metropolis General Meeting Participation in the International Habitat Day commemoration Management of the implementation of the International Cooperation with Cuba Management of the implementation of the International Cooperation with Denmark 02/09/2020 8 Intergovernmental and International Relations The following Partnerships were mobilised towards the development of Human Settlements: Partnerships were mobilised from the Social Contract signatories and other stakeholders to sponsor towards human settlements development whereby requests were made to the various institutions and contractors to pledge support towards the coordination of the National Govan Mbeki awards and the National Assessment Task Team. Acknowledgement of excellent participation and contribution towards Human Settlements development through the Govan Mbeki awards. Rapid response to community concerns and the implementation of the Ministerial outreach initiatives. The following are some of the interventions that were undertaken: Land invasion in Orange Grove Farm: KwaZulu-Natal Petition hearing on Human Settlements related service delivery concerns by the community of Vosloorus and Alexandra in Gauteng City of Ekurhuleni Engagements with the family members of the Port Elizabeth Black Civic Organisation (PEBCO 3) on the 2018 Govan Mbeki Awards Participation in legislation and policy engagement. Below were the areas of focus: National Spatial Planning Framework Property Development Investment 02/09/2020 9 Programme Monitoring and Delivery Support Project Readiness Matrix The department has engaged with all the provincial human settlements departments in respect to challenges relating to the business plans. The provinces provided business plans and submitted 2nd draft for PRM reports. The PRMs were analysed and assessed in order to identify the state of readiness of projects for implementation during the next financial year, 2019/20 and for decision-making. 02/09/2020 10 Programme Monitoring and Delivery Support Catalytic Projects An analysis on the 50 planned catalytic projects and implementation support was provided to ensure and verify their state of readiness for implementation. To ensure that the financial and non financial targets are incorporated in the plans and that the budget is available for the successful implementation of the projects. The planning process of the project will largely entail the following: Identification of land; Land development rights; Physical land investigations (Land surveying, Town planning, Engineering services reports, EIA applications and Geotechnical investigations) Township establishment Proclamation of township Engineering services designs The Physical Implementation Stage will include the following: Bulk earthworks Services installation House construction 02/09/2020 11 Programme Monitoring and Delivery Support Below is the summary of the approved catalytic projects development status per region per province. Region Region A

Region B Region C Total 02/09/2020 Province Northern Cape Eastern Cape Western Cape North West Limpopo Gauteng Mpumalanga Free state KwaZulu- Natal Planning Implementatio 1 3 2 0 0 4 1 3 6 20 n 2 3 6 2 2 11 0 2 2 30 12 Programme Monitoring and Delivery Support Mining Towns The department has facilitated the signing of Implementation Protocols (IPs) by the three spheres of government as outlined in the table below. PROVINCE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY Limpopo LIM 476, Elias Motsoaledi Lephalale, Thabazimbi, Mogalakwena Gauteng Rand West City, Mogale City, Merafong North West Rustenburg, Moses Kotane, Madibeng, Kgetleng Rivier City of Matlosana Mpumalanga Emalahleni, Steve Tshwete, Thaba Chweu Free State Matjhabeng Northern Cape

Gamagara, Tsantsabane, Kgatelopele, Ga-Segonyana, Joe Morolong Khai-Ma The department conducted assessments of the performance of multi-year projects in municipalities with distressed mining communities in line with the 2018/19 Business Plans and HSDG ring-fenced funds. Acceleration plans were developed through continuous engagements with provinces in order to deal with project implementation challenges and identified delays Provided Informal Settlements upgrading support to all the relevant municipalities with distressed mining communities through the HDA 02/09/2020 13 Programme Monitoring and Delivery Support There were 202 informal settlements which were assessed (feasibility studies conducted), that is, Johannesburg Region A (38), Johannesburg Region A1 and B (29), Johannesburg Midvaal (36), Ngaka Modiri Molema (17), Johannesburg E2 (20), North West Ruth Mompati (14), Tshwane Region 1 (48) There were 77 informal settlements upgrading plans were developed in Tshwane Region 7 (15), Midvaal (36) and Jhb Region D (26). Four Provinces (Free State, Gauteng, Kwazulu Natal, and Mpumalanga) and 5 Metros (City of Jhb, City of Tshwane, Buffalo City, Ethekwini and Ekurhuleni) were supported on the implementation of informal settlements upgrading programme. Support provided on the implementation of subsidy housing programme, social housing programme, private affordable rental housing and the delivery of Community Residential Units. Task Team meetings held. 02/09/2020 14 Subsidy Housing - HSDG Q3: Serviced Provinces Sites - Target Q3: Houses/ Q3: Serviced Q3: Houses/ Units Sites Units Q3 Total Target Performance Performance EC 1 184 2 486 1 491 2 058 3 549 FS 3 695 1 106 579 885 1 464 GP 850 2 754 3 122 2 059

5 181 KZN 1 527 4 923 625 4 897 5 522 LP 1 201 1 996 0 1 429 1 429 MP 123 1 457 0 3 048 3 048 NC 45 495 1 319 176 1 495 NW 939 2 713 688 1 900 2 588 WC 2 023 2 433 1 814 2 549 4 363 SA total 11 587 20 363

9 638 19 001 28 639 02/09/2020 15 Community Residential Units Delivered (Gauteng Province) Name/Area of Project Target Number of New Units for Q3 Jabulani Hostel (Calgro) Phase 1 and 2 0 64 Orlando West Hostel 0 34 South Hills CRU 50 204 Total 50 302 02/09/2020 16 Programme Monitoring and Delivery Support Assessments (202 Informal Settlements) Johannesburg Region A Adelaide Tambo, Bagdad, Block M, Business Site 1, Business Site 2, Chris Hani, Clay Oven 1, Clay Oven 2, Dimpho Chris Hani, Ekuthuleni, ERF 1132, Eskom Servitude, John Dube, K 60 1, K 60 2, K 60 3, K 60 4, Kwa Khoza , Kwa Rasta, Kwa Evelyn, Kwa Green 1, Kwa Green 2, Kwa Green 3, Kwa Green 4, Kwa Green 5, Kwa Green 6, Kwa Green 7, Kwa Green 8, Kya Sands, Lethabong, Lindelani 1, Lindelani 2, Lindokuhle, Lindokuhle West, Lion Park 1, Lion Park 2, Goniwe and Ivory Park Ext 2 ERF 18319 Johannesburg Lusaka, Mabena, Mafelandawonye 1, Mafelandawonye 2, Mafelandawonye 3, Malatje, Region A1 and Mamtolo, Maputo, Mashamplani, Meriting, Mikateka School Site, Mopedi , B Mphumalaga ext 5, New Hani Park, Peter Dube, Posong, Reception Area, River bend, Rolihlahla, Shabalala, Sisonke Bagdad, Sophiatown, Temba Khoza, Thulani, Tokyo, Zone 1A, Zone 1B, Kathrada and Zamunpilo Johannesburg Midvaal 02/09/2020 Bedfontein, Kudung, Mamello, Modderfontein, Platkoppie, Uitvlucht, Boitumelo, Dustin, Koolfotein plot 10, Mohlakeng, Skansdam foundry, Sporong, Uitgevallen Mokokeng, Plot 45 Welverdiend, Bears farm, Kwa Ben, Ophir Plot 145 -147, Chicken Farm, Eilandsfontein Plot 22, Harolds farm, Kromdraai, Vlakfontein, Sicelo Ext 4, Sicelo Ext 5, Jonkers, Ophir Plot 92, Kwa Brown, Piels Farm, Plot 146 Driefontein

Dikhotsaneng, Put put Keylitsha, Nelsonia Plot 180 Abraham Skop, Plot 136 Nelsonia Difateng, Henly on klip (Dump) Erf 1319, New Kentucky Plot 33, Sherman Park and Vogelfontein Plot 23 17 Programme Monitoring and Delivery Support Assessments (202 Informal Settlements) Ngaka Modiri Molema Kruisrivier phase 2 (Zeerust), Reboile (Grootmariko), Rietvaly (Rural), Venture (Rural), Skierlik (Delareyville), Sinthumule (Delareyville), Letsopa Library (Owtosdal), Letsopa Ext 5 (Owtosdal), Geysdorp, Atamelang Informal Settlement, H-Park / Sonderwater (Boikhutso), Lens Formal (Blydeville) / Lichtenberg, Itekeng Ext 2 Informal (Biesies vlei), Mosiane view, Airport view, Moshawane and Slurry / Matsaseng Johannesburg E2 Setswetla, Organic Market, Vukani, Alex Ward 107, Triangle, Mimosa, Silvertown, Total Garage, France, Germany, Benton Court, Unknown, Scrap yard, Seriti, Bagdad, Chikos, Basothong, Unknown New invasion, Zenzele and Mens Product North West, Ruth Mompati Lykso, Brey, Louwna, Amalia Sports Grounds, Avondster North, Avondster South, Stand 5365 Ipeleng Ext 1: Rasta, Ipeleng Ext 2: Sitlare, Ipeleng Ext 2: Clinic Site, Ipeleng Ext 3, Ipeleng Ext 4: Monoto, Ipeleng Ext 4: Squarter B, Ipeleng: Kolong and Regarathile 02/09/2020 18 Programme Monitoring and Delivery Support Assessments (202 Informal Settlements) City of Tshwane Ayanda Ward 39, Soshanguve X20 Ward 37, Soshanguve TT Ward 39, Region 1 Ward 89 New One West View, Ward 89 New Two Mashemong, Small View Ward 37, Marry Me Ward 37, Changing Spot Ward 37, Kopanong Ward 37, Soshanguve X10 Ward 37, Beverly Hills Wards 30, Stand 1427 Ward 30, Stand 1719 Ward 23, Brengaville Ward 32, Slovo Ward 19, Slovoville (Park 1) Ward 19, Botshabelo, Gatsebe Ward 22, Kanana Ward 21, Thusanang Ward 21, Letlotlo Ward 12, Boikhutsong 702 JR Ward 21, M17 itsoseng 702 JR Ward 20, Ward 22 New Ward, Strydfontein Ward 98, Patryshoek Ward 98, Little Germany Ward 98, Malan and Seuns Ward 98, Jwagga Ward 98, Dipereng Ward 98, Ward 27 New Two Ward 27, 429 (Block R) Ward 26, Mmabana Ward 27, Skwatta Camp / Nchucheko Ward 27, Yebo Gogo Ward 27, Nkuna Ward 27, Tebogo Bottle Store Ward 27, Block 1 Y Ward 27, PW9 Road Reserve Ward 27, Ward 27 New One Ward 27, Ndlozi Ward 11/25, Thoko Didiza Ward 11/25, Boikhutsong Orange Farm Ward 25, ZCC Church (Block W) Ward 27, Block KK (Mazambaneng) Ward 26, Dubai 26, Soshanguve rem 1939 Ward 26 and Kondelelani (Block 1) Ward 26 02/09/2020 19 Programme Monitoring and Delivery Support Informal Settlements Upgrading Plans (77) Johannesburg Heavenly Valley, Lilly Bioscope, Ghost Town, Coal Yard, Mighty Hardware, Ezimbozini, Lahlumleze, Zondi 1, Zondi 2, Mofolo North, Naledi 1, Region D Meadowlands 1, Meadowlands 2, Holomisa, Ekuphumleni, Naledi 2, Naledi 3, St Marys 1 & 2, Bottom Compound, Slovo time house, Soweto Homemakers, Meadowlands Zone 6, Goed Koppies, Fred Clarke, Freedom Charter Square and Chris Hani Tshwane Region 7 Zithobeni (Proper), Zithobeni x3, Zithobeni x4, Zithobeni x5, Zithobeni x6, Railway Line x7, Zithobeni x8, Zithobeni Section S, Shacks towards MBS, eNkangala FX2 (A), eNkangala FX2 (B), eNkangala B Marikana, Rethabiseng Marikana A, Rethabiseng Marikana B and Rethabiseng Marikana C

Johanneburg Midvaal Bedfontein, Kudung, Mamello, Modderfontein, Platkoppie, Uitvlucht, Boitumelo, Dustin, Koolfotein plot 10, Mohlakeng, Skansdam foundry, Sporong, Uitgevallen Mokokeng, Plot 45 Welverdiend, Bears farm, Kwa Ben, Ophir Plot 145 -147, Chicken Farm, Eilandsfontein Plot 22, Harolds farm, Kromdraai, Vlakfontein, Sicelo Ext 4, Sicelo Ext 5, Jonkers, Ophir Plot 92, Kwa Brown, Piels Farm, Plot 146 Driefontein Dikhotsaneng, Put put Keylitsha, Nelsonia Plot 180 Abraham Skop, Plot 136 Nelsonia Difateng, Henly on klip (Dump) Erf 1319, New Kentucky Plot 33, Sherman Park and Vogelfontein Plot 23 02/09/2020 20 Programme Monitoring and Delivery Support The Department is in the process of assisting Provinces in the delivery of 250 units per quarter for Military Veterans. In Quarter 1, 11 houses were handed over in Chatty (Eastern Cape), 20 houses were delivered in the Western Cape during Quarter 2 and 12 houses in the North West in the third quarter leading to a total of 43 military veterans houses built out of the annual target of 1 000. Six (6) Provinces (NW, FS, WC, KZN, GP and the EC) and two (2) Metros (Mangaung and Nelson Mandela Bay) were supported in the implementation of PHP Policy Two Provinces were provided with support to implement the housing subsidy programme during the quarter under review, namely the Eastern Cape and Gauteng. The Project Process Guide for Human Settlements Programmes was presented to the Nelson Mandela Bay Metro and the Tshwane Metro on how to implement various National Housing Programmes when executing its human settlements projects. 02/09/2020 21 Programme Monitoring and Delivery Support The consolidation of the three DFIs have been finalised. The assets, liabilities and staff of RHLF and NURCHA was incorporated into NHFC effective from 1 October 2018. The focus of the project now shifts to the establishment of the Human Settlements Development Bank (HSDB). The Minister of Finance provided concurrent approval in terms of Section 66(1) and 66(3) of the Public Finance Management Act for the consolidation of NURCHA and RHLF into NHFC. This was the final approval required for the implementation of the merger agreements. Support was provided in the implementation of the Title Deeds Restoration programme (Pre and Post 1994 and from April 2014). Follow-up letters were sent to provinces as well as letters on feedback to the provinces on the 2nd draft HSDG Business Plans 2019/20 02/09/2020 22 TRP: 3rd Quarter Provincial Delivery Province No of Deeds Planned Q3 No of Deeds Delivered Q3 Comments Eastern Cape

4 177 0 Free State 4 205 1 495 Evidence provided monthly Gauteng 7 713 3 700 Evidence provided quarterly KwaZulu-Natal 8 355 1 386 Evidence provided quarterly Limpopo 2 778 809 No evidence 10 327 548 No evidence Northern Cape 2 800 816 Evidence provided monthly, no delivery in December North West 5 451 271 No evidence Western Cape 3 723 2 230 49 529 11 255 Mpumalanga Total No report, no evidence Evidence provided quarterly 23 TRP: 3rd Quarter Provincial Delivery

Province Township establishment Beneficiary verification Disputes Resolved Eastern Cape 0 0 0 Free State 0 0 367 Gauteng 0 0 142 KwaZulu-Natal 3 4 700 0 Limpopo 0 0 0 Mpumalanga 8 2 000 0 Northern Cape 2 471 0 North West 3 2 291 0 Western Cape 6 2 500

0 22 11 962 509 Total 24 TRP: 3rd Quarter Grant Performance Province Planned Expenditure Actual Expenditure Eastern Cape 25 011 925 335 000 Free State 12 221 399 4 266 000 Gauteng 26 351 109 22 326 000 KwaZulu-Natal 44 614 666 54 532 000 5 961 400 5 606 000 15 777 451 29 532 000 6 712 499 3 570 000 North West 14 167 500 12 800 000 Western Cape 16 750 000 897 000 161 986 949 133 864 000 Limpopo Mpumalanga Northern Cape Total 25

Programme Monitoring and Delivery Support The reported project performance in terms of the HSDG was verified in all nine Provinces through project site visits and analysis of other data sources. A total number of 67 projects (HSDG) representing 13% of the 515 projects that delivered in the third quarter were verified through project site visits while the balance was verified through the analysis of other data sources. In terms of the USDG, the performance of Metros was verified through physical site visits, 54 projects and the remaining 1 806 through a desktop analysis. A total number of 1 860 projects were verified. 02/09/2020 26 Programme Monitoring and Delivery Support 179 Practitioners were trained in human settlements programmes training through the Train the Trainer programme in Batho Pele Change Management in human settlements delivery. Place & Province Numbers Bela Bela - Limpopo 14 Middelburg Mpumalanga 32 Welkom Free State 29 Bloemfontein Free State 60 Port Elizabeth Eastern Cape 44 Total 179 02/09/2020 27 Students Provinces Gender Eastern Cape Female (6 ) Male (11 ) Gauteng Female (1 ) Male (1 ) Limpopo Female ( 0) Male (1 ) KwaZulu Natal

Female ( 12) Male ( 26) North West Female ( 0) Male (2 ) Mpumalanga Female (0 ) Male (1 ) Western Cape Female (0 ) Male ( 1) Total Gender Female ( 19) Male (43 ) Overall Total 62 FLISP Performance FLISP subsidies Province Target Beneficiary Approvals Per Province Eastern Cape 60 72 Free State 54 30 Gauteng 0 224 Kwazulu Natal 558 84 Limpopo 35 14 Mpumalanga 60 10 Northern Cape

5 3 Northwest 20 30 Western Cape National 95 887 226 693 02/09/2020 29 Legend Target Achieved (100%) Partially Achieved (50% - 99%) Remedial action is needed to avoid this / there is progress, but the target is not yet achieved. Not Achieved (0% - 49%) Certainty that the target will not be achieved or was not achieved in the planned timeframes major remedial action and urgent intervention is required / the target is far from being reached or not going to be achieved at all 02/09/2020 30 Departmental Third Quarter Preliminary Performance 16.67% 4.76% Achieved (%) Partially Achieved (%) Not Achieved (%) N u m b er o f Targ ets 78.57% 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 02/09/2020 ADMIN HSPSP HSDS HDF DHS 31 Progress on MTSF Targets Performance 02/09/2020

32 MTSF IMPLEMENTATION: SUMMARY OF PROGRESS AS AT 31 DECEMBER 2018 MTSF OBJECTIVE DELIVERY AS ON 31 DECEMBER 2018 REMAINING BALANCE 635 000 additional households living in adequate housing through the subsidy and affordable housing segments 475 565 (74.9%) 159 435 750 000 households in informal settlements provided with improved living conditions (individual and shared access to services and security of tenure) by 2019 623 073 (83.1%) NUSP to assist Municipalities with the upgrading of informal settlements by assessment of current status and development of settlement upgrading plans: Target: 2 200 informal settlements 452 650 individual units for the subsidy housing submarket provided by 2019 126 927 1 941 informal settlements 259 settlements assessed 1 034 settlement upgrading 1 166 upgrading plans developed plans 429 245 (94.8%) 23 405 27 000 Social Housing units completed or under construction 13 321(49.3%) 13 679 10 000 CRU units delivered 6 890 (68.9%) 3 110 25 000 affordable private rental units delivered 19 282 (77.1%) 5 718 70 000 housing opportunities delivered through FLISP 9 278 (13.3%) 60 722 02/09/2020 33 MTSF IMPLEMENTATION: SUMMARY OF PROGRESS AS AT 31 DECEMBER 2018 MTSF OBJECTIVE DELIVERY AS ON 31 DECEMBER 2018 REMAINING BALANCE

818 262 title deed backlog eradicated 288 742 (35.3%) 529 520 452 650 title deeds issued to new homeowners in the subsidy submarket and backlog eradicated 100 744 (22.3%) 351 906 10 000 of hectares of well-located land rezoned and released for new developments targeting poor and lower middle income households 18 656.8 ha (186.6%) - 8 656.8 ha Number of home loans granted by the Private Sector and the DFIs to households in the affordable market : Target 582 000 loans (includes incremental loans) Representing new units: 53 348 units 327 147 loans (56.2%) 254 853 02/09/2020 34 MTSF PROGRESS: PROVINCES: 31 DECEMBER 2018: UPGRADING OF INFORMAL SETTLEMENTS PROVINCE MTSF Annual 2018/19 3RD Balance remaining Quarter 5 year Target Delivery to date Target Delivery Target Deliver y Eastern Cape 16 005 48 314 3 201 6 749 800 1 491 -32 309

Free State 36 900 21 744 7 380 2 469 1 845 579 15 156 Gauteng 41 275 39 672 8 255 7 474 2 063 3 122 1 603 KwaZulu-Natal 23 870 25 810 4 774 2 230 1 194 625 -1 940 Limpopo 28 260 9 655 5 652 1 003 1 413 0 18 605 Mpumalanga 44 785 26 614 8 957 1 140 2 845 0 18 171

Northern Cape 15 185 8 543 3 037 1 319 759 1 319 6 642 North West 86 255 22 290 17 251 1 514 4 313 688 63 965 Western Cape 29 970 34 849 5 994 4 941 1 499 1 814 -4 879 Total 322 500 237 491 64 500 28 839 16 125 9 638 85 014 02/09/2020 35 MTSF PROGRESS: METROS: 31 DECEMBER 2018: UPGRADING OF INFORMAL SETTLEMENTS PROVINCE MTSF 5 year Target Annual 2018/19

Delivery to date Individual Shared Target Balance remaining Delivery Individual Shared Buffalo City 18 980 1 991 3 071 3 796 175 0 13 918 NMMM 14 810 8 859 14 051 2 962 836 0 -8 100 Mangaung 12 480 7 959 89 523 2 496 0 0 -85 002 City of JHB 95 225 17 252 7 072 19 045 0 0 70 901 City of

Tshwane 62 515 11 455 5 296 12 503 0 0 45 764 Ekurhuleni 83 195 6 471 24 381 16 639 100 0 52 343 56 905 91 557 22 425 11 381 1 496 0 -57 077 COCT 83 390 14 309 59 910 16 678 1 041 0 9 171 Total 427 500 159 853 225 729 85 500 3 648 0 41 918 Ethekwini

02/09/2020 36 MTSF PROGRESS AS AT 31 DECEMBER 2018: SUBSIDY MARKET PROVINCE MTSF Annual 2018/19 3RD Quarter 2018/19 Balance remaining Target Actual delivery Target Actual delivery Target Actual Delivery 52 963 58 663 10 593 8 461 2 648 2 058 - 5 700 Free State 25 803 20 517 5 161 2 908 1 290 885 5 286 Gauteng 122 223 70 490 24 445 7 040 6 111 2 059 51 733 KwaZuluNatal

79 671 113 491 15 934 14 920 3 984 4 897 -33 820 Limpopo 44 362 36 460 8 872 6 624 2 218 1 429 7 902 Mpumalanga 33 498 38 016 6 700 8 276 1 675 3 048 -4 518 Northern Cape 9 506 6 173 1 901 445 475 176 3 333 North West 33 045 40 785 6 609 4 899 1 652 1 900 -7 740 Western Cape

51 152 44 434 10 230 4 821 2 558 2 549 6 718 Total 452 676 429 029 90 535 58 394 22 634 19 001 23 194 Eastern Cape 02/09/2020 37 MTSF PROGRESS AS AT 31 DECEMBER 2018: SOCIAL HOUSING PROVINCE MTSF Annual 2018/19 3RD Quarter Balance remaining Target Actual delivery Target Actual Delivery Target Actual Delivery Eastern Cape 1 960 1 262 392 422 98 78 698

Free State 1 933 996 387 127 97 60 937 Gauteng 9 903 6 062 1 981 740 495 355 3 841 3 086 2 569 617 0 154 0 517 Limpopo 1 050 0 210 0 53 0 1 050 Mpumalanga 1 545 108 309 0 77 0 1 437 565

0 113 0 28 0 565 North West 2 852 1 168 570 0 143 0 1 684 Western Cape 4 108 1 156 822 0 205 0 2 952 Total 27 000 13 321 5 400 1 289 1 350 493 13 679 KwaZulu-Natal Northern Cape 02/09/2020 38 MTSF PROGRESS: 31 DECEMBER 2018: COMMUNITY RESIDENTIAL UNITS PROVINCE MTSF Annual 2018/19 3RD Quarter Balance remaining

Target Actual delivery Target Actual delivery Target Actual Delivery 1 200 0 240 0 60 0 1 200 600 977 120 0 30 0 -377 Gauteng 2 800 1 953 560 422 140 200 847 KwaZulu-Natal 1 800 617 360 0 90 0 1 183 Limpopo 1 000 24

200 24 50 0 976 Mpumalanga 800 463 160 24 40 0 337 Northern Cape 200 508 40 26 10 0 -308 North West 800 252 160 0 40 0 548 Western Cape 1 200 2 096 240 0 60 0 -896 Total 10 000 6 890

2 000 496 500 200 3 510 Eastern Cape Free State 02/09/2020 39 MTSF PROGRESS AS AT 31 DECEMBER 2018: FLISP PROVINCE MTSF Annual 2018/19 3RD Quarter 2018/19 Balance remaining Target Actual delivery Target Actual delivery Target Actual Delivery Eastern Cape 3 621 1 128 724 117 181 46 2 493 Free State 4 097 138 819 40 205 20 3 959 Gauteng

27 849 3 363 5 570 593 1 392 193 24 486 KwaZulu-Natal 5 827 1 344 1 164 150 291 0 4 483 Limpopo 2 290 280 458 0 115 0 2 010 Mpumalanga 4 240 83 848 2 212 0 4 157 Northern Cape 1 482 16 296 3 74 2 1 466 North West

9 018 106 1 804 61 451 25 8 912 Western Cape 11 578 2 820 2 316 461 579 196 8 758 Total 70 000 9 278 14 000 1 397 3 500 482 60 722 02/09/2020 40 MTSF PROGRESS AS AT 31 DECEMBER 2018: TITLE DEED RESTORATION PROGRAMME PROVINCE MTSF Annual 2018/19 3RD quarter 2018/19 Balance remaining Target Actual Delivery Target Actual delivery Target Actual delivery Eastern Cape

110 317 29 607 22 063 1 997 5 516 0 80 710 Free State 78 598 24 899 15 720 5 090 3 930 1 669 53 699 Gauteng 165 711 76 538 33 142 12 754 8 286 3 700 89 173 KwaZulu-Natal 158 905 24 814 31 781 3 991 7 945 0 134 091 Limpopo 42 391 10 210 8 478 4 101 2 120 809 32 181 Mpumalanga

81 702 24 752 16 340 1 472 4 085 548 56 950 Northern Cape 31 893 15 464 6 379 2 609 1 595 816 16 429 North West 69 874 19 865 13 975 5 071 3 494 271 50 009 Western Cape 78 871 62 593 15 774 6 704 3 944 0 16 278 Total 818 262 288 742 163 652 43 789 40 913 7 813 529 520 02/09/2020

41 MTSF PROGRESS AS AT 31 DECEMBER 2018: NEW TITLE DEEDS PROVINCE MTSF Annual 2018/19 3RD quarter 2018/19 Balance remaining Target Actual Delivery Target Actual delivery Target Actual Delivery Eastern Cape 52 963 3 283 10 593 1 097 2 648 0 49 680 Free State 25 803 3 511 5 161 1 072 1 290 0 22 292 Gauteng 122 223 884 24 445 0 6 111 0 121 339 KwaZulu-Natal

79 671 64 606 15 934 845 3 984 0 15 065 Limpopo 44 362 1 788 8 872 25 2 218 0 42 574 Mpumalanga 33 498 2 849 6 700 1 778 1 675 792 30 649 Northern Cape 9 506 1 214 1 901 140 475 2 8 292 North West 33 045 4 255 6 609 776 1 652 0 28 790 Western Cape

51 152 18 354 10 230 1 051 2 558 0 32 798 Total 452 676 100 744 90 535 6 784 22 634 794 351 223 02/09/2020 42 MTSF PROGRESS AS AT 31 DECEMBER 2018: OTHER PRIORITIES PRIORITY MTSF Annual 2018/19 Target Actual Delivery Target Actual delivery Additional number of households living in adequate housing provided through the subsidy and affordable housing segments 635 000 454 947 127 000 39 900 Home loans issued to the GAP market 582 000 327 147 116 400 11 519 New units represented by home loans to GAP market 110 000 53 348

25 500 973 2 200 1 941 1 034 440 259 1 166 Assessment of Informal settlements by NUSP and upgrading plans developed Database of Informal Settlements Catalytic Projects 02/09/2020 Contains data of 2 700 informal settlements representing 1,3 million households. A service provider has been appointed to collect information on informal settlements in KZN Cumulative performance: 50 projects approved: 31 under implementation, reported delivery of 23 085 housing units and 26 236 serviced sites since 1 April 2017 43 MTSF PROGRESS AS AT 31 DECEMBER 2018: OTHER PRIORITIES PRIORITY Programmes identified for further revision Rationalisation of DFIs Human Settlements Development Bank 02/09/2020 Performance: 31 December 2018 Early Child hood Development Programme: Draft Norms and Standards have been proposed. The Department is interacting with the Department of Social Development on the funding model; Emergency Housing : The final draft revised policy being reviewed for consultation with stakeholders; Integrated Residential Development Programme: Amendment of Programme to provide for pro rata contribution by private sector being investigated; Upgrading of Informal Settlements: Inputs from Metropolitan Municipalities on the current policies being implemented in their jurisdictions being sought for the purpose of developing national uniform norms and standards; FLISP: SEIAS process was conducted and a comprehensive Cabinet Memorandum was prepared and submitted for approval. Student Accommodation: Draft Student Housing Programme has been submitted to SHRA (Council) for inputs; Rural Voucher Programme: Draft programme to be submitted to the policy approval structures Effective date for consolidation of assets and liabilities of RHLF and NURCHA was officially 1 October 2018. Transfer of Standard Bank accounts from RHLF to NHFC have been signed and process of transfer by Standard Bank underway. Business Case presented to JBMC on 9 November 2018. Business case to be presented to EMT. 44 Departmental Expenditure Report and Grants as at 31 December 2018 02/09/2020 45

Departmental Expenditure by Programme as at 31 December 2018 Programmes 1. Administration 2. Human Settlements Policy, Strategy and Planning 3. Human Settlements Delivery Support Total Allocation Projections Commit- Expenditure Variance ments % Spent % Spent Total allocation 429 360 310 508 14 561 298 720 11 788 96% 70% 97 141 66 360 783 68 119 (1 759) 103% 70% 250 335 157 124 34 684 113 374 43 750 72% 45% 4. Housing Development Finance 31 679 007 21 964 665 1 822 21 883 808 80 857 100% 69% Total

32 455 843 22 498 657 51 851 22 364 021 134 636 99% 69% 46 Expenditure as at 31 December 2018 by Economic Classification Economic Classification R`000 Total Allocation Projections Commitments Expenditure Variance % Spent % Spent Total allocation Compensation of employees 376 945 280 063 - 258 805 21 258 92% 69% Goods and services 398 523 258 764 51 072 223 805 34 959 86% 56% - - 0% 0% Interest Paid Payments For Financial Assets Transfers and subsidies Payments for capital assets Total

- - - 80 167 80 000 - 80 128 (128) 100% 100% 31 585 582 21 875 449 - 21 795 984 79 465 100% 69% 14 626 4 381 778 5 298 (917) 121% 36% 32 455 843 22 498 657 51 851 22 364 021 134 636 99% 69% 47 Transfer Payments as at 31 December 2018 Transfer Payments R`000 Grants Human Settlements Development Grant Urban Settlements Development Grant Provincial Emergency Housing Grant Municipal Emergency Housing Grant Title Deeds Restoration Grant Entities Social Housing Regulatory Authority: Operational Social Housing Regulatory Authority: Institutional Investment Social Housing Regulatory Authority: Restructuring Capital Grant Service Social Housing Regulatory Authority: Regulations

Community Schemes Ombuds Service Housing Development Agency Departmental Transfers Scholarship Programme UN Habitat Households (leave gratuity ) Payments for financial assets National Housing Finance Corporation Total Total Allocation 30 491 439 18 266 647 11 306 137 260 000 140 000 518 655 1 079 034 51 980 Transferred 21 044 488 14 068 976 6 614 548 3 988 356 976 740 582 51 980 Variance % Transferred 9 446 951 4 197 671 4 691 589 260 000 136 012 161 679 338 452 - 69% 77% 59% 0% 3% 69% 69% 100% - 100% 20 132 20 132 743 640 405 188 338 452 54% 10 000 10 000 - 100% 31 105 222 177 15 109 10 392

4 246 471 80 000 80 000 31 665 582 31 105 222 177 10 914 6 116 4 244 554 80 000 80 000 21 875 984 4 195 4 276 2 (83) 9 789 598 100% 100% 72% 59% 100% 118% 100% 100% 69% 48 HUMAN SETTLEMENTS DEVELOPMENT GRANT PERFROMANCE AS AT 31 DECEMBER 2018 Human Settlements Development Grant Expenditure (HSDG) Performance as at 31 December 2018 Year to date (1 April 2018 - 31 December 2018) Provinces Voted Adjustment Funds Disaster Funding R'000 R'000 Roll Over from 2017/18 Total Available R'000 R'000 Spent by Provinces R'000 Unspent against Total available % Spent Funds against Total Available R'000 Eastern Cape 1 908 439 -

- 1 908 439 1 488 599 419 840 78 Free State 1 072 422 - - 1 072 422 749 554 322 868 70 Gauteng 5 046 583 - 117 217 5 163 800 3 191 969 1 971 831 62 KwaZulu-Natal 3 152 757 100 000 - 3 252 757 2 493 659 759 098 77 Limpopo 1 287 681 - - 1 287 681 839 415 448 266 65 Mpumalanga 1 278 427 -

- 1 278 427 1 266 514 11 913 99 474 791 - 32 404 507 195 225 247 281 948 44 North West 1 926 644 - 26 841 1 953 485 1 183 938 769 547 61 Western Cape 2 018 776 127 - 2 018 903 1 566 190 452 713 78 18 166 520 100 127 176 462 18 443 109 13 005 085 5 438 024 71 Northern Cape Total 02/09/2020 HSDG Performance as at 31 December 2018 50

Delivery: 9 months in relation to Targets % Performance on Delivery (April - December 2018) Actual Delivery Target Delivery as at end of Dec 2018 Delivery Delivery Total H/O % Performance Province Sites Units Total H/O Shortfall Shortfall Delivery Target: Sites Target: Units Total Target (Sites + Units) Delivered Delivered Delivered Sites Units Shortfall EC 4 323 6 456 10 779 6 749 8 461 15 210 2 426 2 005 4 431 141% FS 5 674 3 614 9 288 2 469 2 908 5 377 -3 205 -706 -3 911 58% GP 3 136 6 724 9 860 7 364 7 040 14 404 4 228 316 4 544 146% 106% KZN 3 660 12 646 16 306 2 328 14 920 17 248 -1 332 2 274 942 69% LP 4 251 6 850 11 101 1 003 6 624 7 627 -3 248 -226 -3 474 MP 1 569 6 216 7 785 1 140 8 276 9 416 -429 2 060 1 631 121% NC

189 1 091 1 280 1 319 445 1 764 1 130 -646 484 138% NW 2 964 7 970 10 934 1 514 4 899 6 413 -1 450 -3 071 -4 521 59% WC 5 101 5 534 10 635 4 941 4 821 9 762 -160 -713 -873 92% 99% SA total 30 867 57 101 87 968 28 827 58 394 87 221 -2 040 1 293 -747 Actual Target (9 months): Apr - Dec 2018: 87 968 Delivery: 87 221 Note: 2018/19 delivery figures are up to end December 2018 and are preliminary. 02/09/2020 51 Human Settlements Development Grant Delivery Performance as at 31 December 2018 Annual Delivery Targets Province Sites Eastern Cape Houses Total Delivery Targets Delivery Performance as at 31 December 2018 Sites Houses Total Delivery Performance

% % of % Variance Variance Total Perform Perform Perform Delivery: Delivery: Variance ance ance ance Sites Houses Delivery Sites units Overall 5 608 8 940 14 548 6 749 8 461 15 210 -1 141 479 -662 120 95 105 Free State 12 834 4 605 17 439 2 469 2 908 5 377 10 365 1 697 12 062 19 63 31 Gauteng 12 842 28 419 41 261 7 364 7 040 14 404

5 478 21 379 26 857 57 25 35 KwaZulu-Natal 5 540 20 068 25 608 2 328 14 920 17 248 3 212 5 148 8 360 42 74 67 Limpopo 4 629 7 450 12 079 1 003 6 624 7 627 3 626 826 4 452 22 89 63 Mpumalanga 2 720 7 883 10 603 1 140 8 276 9 416 1 580

-393 1 187 42 105 89 Northern Cape 2 817 1 943 4 760 1 319 445 1 764 1 498 1 498 2 996 47 23 37 North West 4 453 10 994 15 447 1 514 4 899 6 413 2 939 6 095 9 034 34 45 42 Western Cape 8 693 9 467 18 160 4 941 4 821 9 762 3 752 4 646

8 398 57 51 54 99 769 159 905 28 827 58 394 87 221 31 309 41 375 72 684 48 59 55 Total 60 136 HOUSES SECURITY COMFORT Expenditure Correlations against milestone Total Available Total Spent Spent on Sites Other & Units Milestone WIP Province % spent vs. Other Milestone % spent % spent on % Delivery vs. WIP Deliverables Performance R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 Eastern Cape 1 908 439 1 488 599 1 085 662 272 337 130 600

18 9 73 141 Free State 1 072 422 749 554 713 857 26 299 9 398 4 1 95 58 Gauteng 5 163 800 3 191 969 2 639 171 473 895 78 903 15 2 83 146 KwaZulu-Natal 3 152 757 2 493 659 2 017 146 394 357 82 156 16 3 81 106 Limpopo 1 287 681 839 415 789 703 43 014 6 698

5 1 94 69 Mpumalanga 1 278 427 1 266 514 1 076 043 109 717 80 754 9 6 85 121 507 195 225 247 193 079 22 391 9 777 10 4 86 138 North West 1 953 485 1 183 938 1 021 501 99 770 62 667 8 5 86 59 Western Cape 2 018 776 1 566 190 951 532 330 608 284 050 21

18 61 92 18 342 982 13 005 085 10 487 694 1 772 388 745 003 14 6 81 99 Northern Cape Total HSDG Performance as at 31 December 2018 02/09/2020 53 Finance Linked Individual Subsidy Programme as at 31 December 2018 Report as at 31 December 2018 Annual Targets Province Funds Allocated Number of beneficiaries Delivery Performance Gazetted Funds R'000 Approvals Expenditure R'000 R'000 Eastern Cape 200 10 000 10 000 117 5 274 Free State 225 14 000 14 000

40 2 614 13 320 688 853 616 000 563 164 138 2 226 110 228 110 000 150 62 035 Limpopo 100 5 046 5 000 - - Mpumalanga 300 24 360 5 000 2 55 Northern Cape 20 2 000 2 000 3 213 North West 79 7 031 7 000 61 2 587 400 76 036 73 000 461

17 185 16 870 937 554 842 000 1 397 254 101 Gauteng KwaZulu-Natal Western Cape Total 02/09/2020 HSDG Performance as at 31 December 2018 54 Human Settlements Development Grant Expenditure (HSDG) Performance as at 31 January 2019-Prelims Year to date (1 April 2018 - 31 January Voted Funds Adjustment Disaster Funding Roll Over from 2017/18 Total Available Funds R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 Provinces Spent by Provinces R'000 2019) Unspent against Total % Spent available against Total Funds Available Funds R'000 Eastern Cape 1 908 439 - - 1 908 439 1 596 607 311 832

84 Free State 1 072 422 - - 1 072 422 764 118 308 304 71 Gauteng 5 046 583 - 117 217 5 163 800 3 353 114 1 810 686 65 KwaZulu-Natal 3 152 757 100 000 - 3 252 757 2 602 410 650 347 80 Limpopo 1 287 681 - - 862 504 425 177 67 Mpumalanga 1 278 427 - - 1 287 681 1 278 427 1 270 971 7 456 99

474 791 - 32 404 507 195 226 803 280 392 45 North West 1 926 644 - 26 841 1 953 485 1 248 074 705 411 64 Western Cape 2 018 776 127 - 2 018 903 1 654 815 364 088 82 18 166 520 100 127 176 462 18 443 109 13 579 416 4 863 693 74 Northern Cape Total HSDG Performance as at 31 January 2019Preliminary 02/09/2020 55 URBAN SETTLEMENTS DEVELOPMENT GRANT (USDG) EXPENDITURE PERFORMANCE AS AT 31 DECEMBER 2018 URBAN SETTLEMENTS DEVELOPMENT GRANT (USDG) EXPENDITURE PERFORMANCE AS AT 31 DECEMBER 2018 Voted Funds Approved 2018_19 roll over

Total available Funds METROS R'000 R'000 Unspent Funds Unspent Spent by Funds Transferred Municipality against Total against Funds Available Transferred % spent % spent % unspent Funds against Funds against against Total Transferred Transferred available Funds Funds Funds R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 R'000 Buffalo City 762 992 - 762 992 381 496 326 685 436 307 54 811 42,8 85,6 14,4 Nelson Mandela Bay 905 664 - 905 664 474 210 301 293 604 371 172 917 33,3

63,5 36,5 Mangaung 756 216 - 756 216 466 516 178 101 578 115 288 415 23,6 38,2 61,8 City of Ekurhuleni 1 971 737 38 090 2 009 827 1 084 455 395 259 1 614 568 689 196 19,7 36,4 63,6 City of Johannesburg 1 852 262 - 1 852 262 1 175 000 558 183 1 294 079 616 817 30,1 47,5 52,5 City of Tshwane 1 605 607 41 700 1 647 307 1 043 645 493 907

1 153 400 549 738 30,0 47,3 52,7 eThekwini 1 966 869 - 1 966 869 1 180 121 275 503 1 691 366 904 618 14,0 23,3 76,7 City of Cape Town 1 484 790 - 1 484 790 339 244 1 145 546 469 861 22,8 41,9 58,1 79 790 11 385 927 6 614 548 2 868 175 8 517 752 3 746 373 25,2 43,4 56,6 Total 11 306 137 02/09/2020 809 105 57 CONSOLIDATION- FUND UTILISATION AS AT 31 DECEMBER 2018 Allocated Budget Description % of Total Allocated

Budget R'000 Land Banking & Property acquisition Spent by Municipality Unspent funds % Spent R'000 % Unspent R'000 431 175 3,8 3 380 0,8 427 795 99,2 Housing & Human Settlements 4 191 931 36,8 1 042 875 24,9 3 149 056 75,1 Roads and Storm water 1 151 065 10,1 372 739 32,4 778 326 67,6 438 684 3,9 84 743 19,3 353 941 80,7 3 224 201 28,3 1 088 171 33,8 2 136 030 66,2

Electricity 716 094 6,3 94 071 13,1 622 023 86,9 Waste Management 149 796 1,3 48 025 32,1 101 771 67,9 Socio Economic Amenities 481 186 4,2 66 059 13,7 415 127 86,3 3% USDG OPSCAP - BCM, Mangaung, Ekurhuleni, CoT, eThekwini & CoCT 196 858 1,7 68 112 34,6 128 746 65,4 VAT - City of Cape Town 131 446 1,2 - - 131 446 100 79 790 0,7 - -

79 790 100 11 385 927 100 2 868 175 25,2 8 517 752 74,8 Transport Water and Sanitation Approved Roll over( Ekurhuleni and City of Tshwane) Total USDG Performance as at 31 December 2018 02/09/2020 58 BUFFALO CITY BUDGET AND EXPENDITURE AS AT 31 DECEMBER 2018 Budget Description R'000 Spent by Municipality % of Total Budget % Spent R'000 Unspent funds % Unspent R'000 Human Settlements 104 255 13,7 27 281 26,2 76 974 73,8 Roads and Storm water 197 950 25,9 133 618 67,5 64 332 32,5

71 000 9,3 33 417 47,1 37 583 52,9 Water 137 951 18,1 52 521 38,1 85 430 61,9 Sanitation 186 294 24,4 40 730 21,9 145 564 78,1 Electricity 8 200 1,1 4 912 59,9 3 288 40,1 Waste Management/ Refuse 34 452 4,5 25 891 75,2 8 561 24,8 EPMO-Project Management Funding 22 890 3,0 8 315 36,3 14 575

63,7 762 992 100 326 685 42,8 436 307 57,2 Transport Planning Total USDG Performance as at 31 December 2018 02/09/2020 59 NELSON MANDELA BAY BUDGET AND EXPENDITURE AS AT 31 DECEMBER 2018 Spent by Municipality Budget % of Total Budget Description Unspent funds % Spent R'000 R'000 Land acquisition % Unspent R'000 51 750 5,7 - - 51 750 100 238 146 26,3 54 751 23,0 183 395 77,0 98 900 10,9 24 188 24,5

74 712 75,5 Water Service 205 390 22,7 93 105 45,3 112 285 54,7 Sanitation Service 286 220 31,6 109 800 38,4 176 420 61,6 Electricity & Energy 10 558 1,2 9 599 90,9 959 9,1 Public Health (Social amenities) 14 700 1,6 9 850 67,0 4 850 33,0 905 664 100 301 293 33,3 604 371 66,7 Human Settlements Roads, Storm water and Transportation Total USDG Performance as at 31 December 2018 02/09/2020

60 MANGAUNG BUDGET AND EXPENDITURE AS AT 31 DECEMBER 2018 Budget Spent by Municipality % of Total Budget Description R'000 Unspent funds % Spent R'000 % Unspent R'000 Human Settlements and Housing 258 097 34,1 38 347 14,9 219 750 85,1 Roads and Storm water 148 729 19,7 28 421 19,1 120 308 80,9 Water Services 100 057 13,2 21 531 21,5 78 526 78,5 Sanitation 182 599 24,1 83 908 46,0 98 691 54,0 Waste management

17 344 2,3 484 2,8 16 860 97,2 Social Amenities 36 000 4,8 5 350 14,9 30 650 85,1 Mangaung Metro Opex 13 390 1,8 60 0,4 13 330 99,6 756 216 100 178 101 23,6 578 115 76,4 Total USDG Performance as at 31 December 2018 02/09/2020 61 CITY OF EKURHULENI BUDGET AND EXPENDITURE AS AT 31 DECEMBER 2018 Budget Description R'000 Spent by Municipality % of Total Budget Unspent funds % Spent R'000 R'000 %

Unspen t Land Banking & Property acquisition 270 000 13,4 - - 270 000 100 Human Settlements 943 522 46,9 139 824 14,8 803 698 85,2 Roads and Stormwater 123 600 6,1 24 653 19,9 98 947 80,1 Water and Sanitation 332 115 16,5 219 036 66,0 113 079 34,0 Electricity 250 000 12,4 - - 250 000 100 Waste Management - Refuse Removal 35 000 1,7

9 041 25,8 25 959 74,2 OPSCAP - Capacity 17 500 0,9 2 705 15,5 14 795 84,5 Approved roll over 38 090 1,9 - - 38 090 100 2 009 827 100 395 259 19,7 1 614 568 80,3 Total USDG Performance as at 31 December 2018 02/09/2020 62 CITY OF JOHANNESBURG BUDGET AND EXPENDITURE AS AT 31 DECEMBER 2018 Budget Description Spent by Municipality % of Total Budget R'000 Land Acquisition Unspent funds % Spent R'000 % Unspent R'000 20 000

1,1 - - 20 000 100 1 076 302 58,1 366 349 34,0 709 953 66,0 Roads 414 432 22,4 141 589 34,2 272 843 65,8 Water 150 734 8,1 30 501 20,2 120 233 79,8 Sanitation 52 970 2,9 15 532 29,3 37 438 70,7 Electricity 85 824 4,6 - - 85 824 100 Social Amenities (Sports, Recreation & Arts)

52 000 2,8 4 212 8,1 47 788 91,9 1 852 262 100 558 183 30,1 1 294 079 69,9 Housing Total USDG Performance as at 31 December 2018 02/09/2020 63 CITY OF TSHWANE BUDGET AND EXPENDITURE AS AT 31 DECEMBER 2018 Budget Description R'000 Housing & Human Settlement Spent by Municipality % of Total Budget Unspent funds % Spent % Unspent R'000 R'000 897 364 54,5 295 975 33,0 601 389 67,0 Roads and Transport 63 075 3,8 5 530 8,8 57 545

91,2 Water & Sanitation 335 725 20,4 89 901 26,8 245 824 73,2 Energy and Electricity 261 275 15,9 54 333 20,8 206 942 79,2 3% USDG OPSCAP 48 168 2,9 48 168 100 - - Approved roll over 41 700 2,5 - - 41 700 100 1 647 307 100 493 907 30,0 1 153 400 70,0 Total The R41.7million rollover is not yet allocated to the Citys budget, thus the balancing figure USDG Performance as at 31 December 2018 02/09/2020 64 eTHEKWINI BUDGET AND EXPENDITURE AS AT 31 DECEMBER 2018

Budget Spent by Municipality % of Total Budget Description R'000 Housing Unspent funds % Spent R'000 % Unspent R'000 27 625 1,4 3 380 12,2 24 245 87,8 Roads and storm water 447 377 22,7 38 284 8,6 409 093 91,4 eThekwini Transport Authority 167 454 8,5 20 270 12,1 147 184 87,9 Water 202 470 10,3 6 557 3,2 195 913 96,8 Sanitation 312 568

15,9 70 178 22,5 242 390 77,5 Electricity 188 030 9,6 104 410 55,5 83 620 44,5 4 500 0,2 492 10,9 4 008 89,1 301 138 15,3 19 323 6,4 281 815 93,6 63 000 3,2 12 609 20,0 50 391 80,0 3% USDG OPSCAP 193 701 9,8 - - 193 701 100 Operating Budget 59 006 3,0

- - 59 006 100 1 966 869 100 275 503 14,0 1 691 366 86,0 Socio Economic Amenities Solid Waste/ Refuse Office of the City Manager Total USDG Performance as at 31 December 2018 02/09/2020 65 CITY OF CAPE TOWN BUDGET AND EXPENDITURE AS AT 31 DECEMBER 2018 Budget Description R'000 Spent by Municipality % of Total Budget Unspent funds % Spent % Unspent R'000 Land acquisition R'000 61 800 4,2 - - 61 800 100 Human Settlements 226 868 15,3 82 064 36,2 144 804 63,8

Asset Management & Maintenance and Built Environment Management (Roads) 102 139 6,9 39 239 38,4 62 900 61,6 Water and Sanitation 753 548 50,8 157 018 20,8 596 530 79,2 Electricity 95 737 6,4 24 735 25,8 71 002 74,2 Social Amenities 77 348 5,2 27 324 35,3 50 024 64,7 131 446 8,9 - - 131 446 100 35 904 2,4 8 864 24,7

27 040 75,3 1 484 790 100 339 244 22,8 1 145 546 77,2 VAT 3% USDG OPSCAP Total USDG Performance as at 31 December 2018 02/09/2020 66 PRESENTATION TO TECHNICAL MINMEC: Title Deeds Restoration Grant (TDRG) Expenditure Performance As At 31 Dec 2018. Title Deeds Restoration Grant Expenditure (TDRG) Performance As At 31 December 2018 Province Year to date (1 APRIL 2018-31 DECEMBER 2018 ) Voted funds Spent by Provinces Unspent against total available Spent as % of voted funds Eastern Cape R'000 65 583 R'000 1 565 R'000 64 018 2 Free State 50 187 8 635 41 552 17 Gauteng 105 811 42 885 62 926 41 KwaZulu-Natal 101 422

62 863 38 559 62 Limpopo 22 506 8 886 13 620 39 Mpumalanga 51 734 33 865 17 869 65 Northern Cape 20 364 6 724 13 640 33 North West 50 687 34 379 16 308 68 Western Cape 50 361 910 49 451 2 Total 518 655 200 712 317 943 39 TDRG Performance as at 31 December 2018 02/09/2020 68 Challenges by Provinces

Delays at Deeds Office to deliver registered Title Deeds to Conveyances. Invoices from conveyances rejected due to non-compliance. The pre 1994 stock rented by Provinces/ municipalities - tenants are not willing to purchase the units. Poor condition of the pre 1994 stock hence municipalities do not want to take over ownership Unauthorised or illegal occupants in many pre 1994 stock preventing transfer of ownership. Delays in signing of Deeds /transfer documents by municipalities. Municipalities issuing Title Deeds to beneficiaries without the provincial department recording them. Projects blocked or incomplete contribute to delays in issuing of Title Deeds. Family disputes regarding ownership where the beneficiary is deceased or abandoned the property. Delays in appointment of service providers for Township Establishment, beneficiary verification. TDRG Performance as at 31 December 2018 02/09/2020 69 PROVINCIAL AND MUNICIPAL EMERGENCY HOUSING GRANTS PERFORMANCE AS AT 31 DECEMBER 2018 02/09/2020 70 Emergency Housing Grants Allocation The allocations for the 2018 /2019 financial years are as follows: EHCG Performance as at 31 December 2018 02/09/2020 EHCG 71 Actions Implemented to Improve the Overall Performance of the Department Emergency Housing Grants Allocation The Department has recommended to the National Treasury that the: Grant Purpose to include To provide funding to Provinces to repair the damages following the disaster if and when the costs of repairs are less than the cost of relocation and provision of temporary shelter. The department is in the process of reviewing the application form APPROVALS BY NATIONAL TREASURY Mpumalanga Province Approval obtained from National Treasury for the provision of 1 877 temporary shelters at a cost of R64 441,00 per unit inclusive of relocation costs amounting to R121 million for. Western Cape Province: Khayelitsha and Phillipi 1 300 Transitional Residential Area units at a cost of R64 441,00 per unit inclusive of relocation costs amounting to R84 million 02/09/2020 72 Other Applications by Provinces and Municipalities Applications approved by the Department and awaiting National Treasury approval

Nelson Mandela Bay Metro 130 temporary shelter at a cost of R54 807,85 per shelter amounting to R 7.1 million. Buffalo City Metro Approval received from the Director- General for 165 temporary shelters at a cost of R54 807,85 per shelter amounting to R 9 million Applications pending OR Tambo District Municipality Application received for provision of 82 temporary shelters following disasters in its jurisdiction. Application did not contain the implementation plan, cash flow projections, emergency procurement policy and confirmation to notify the Provincial Disaster Management Centre of the disaster incident. The Municipality has been requested to provide the relevant documents KwaZulu Natal for provision of temporary shelters in various municipalities following disaster incidents. Application did not contain the implementation plan and cash flow projections which are a pre-requisite in terms of the grant framework EHCG Performance as at 31 December 2018 02/09/2020 73 WAY FORWARD Emergency Housing Grants Allocation Undertake further awareness campaigns/individual sessions with Provinces and Municipalities to provide advice on the grants; National Department to assist Provinces and Municipalities in packaging applications correctly in an effort to avert delays in the approval of applications; Deployment of Emergency Housing Command Centre (EHCC) Further capacitate deployment of support officials from National Department to Provinces and Municipalities in accessing Emergency Conditional Grants funding; Application and assessment forms to be reviewed to ensure quick response by affected Provinces and Municipalities; 02/09/2020 EHCG Performance as at 31 December 2018 74 Actions Implemented to Improve Performance - TRP A National Project Office (NPO) : Assisting in development of delivery targets in respect of the registration backlog Ensuring that annual delivery targets are credible and that both financial and non-financial commitments are honoured Monitor expenditure & contractual commitments 6 Service Delivery Facilitators have been appointed to assist 6 Eastern Cape, Gauteng, KwaZulu Natal, Limpopo, Mpumalanga and North West provinces in the day-to-day management and implementation of the project.

Title Restoration Grant Compliance and Reporting Framework that introduces evidence-based, project-level reporting on the Title Restoration Project 02/09/2020 75 Actions Implemented to Improve the Overall Performance of the Department TDRG Interactions with Provinces regarding performance of the Title Deeds Restoration Programme by the Title Restoration Project Office. Appointment of facilitators in each Province to enhance capacity. Provinces to consult councillors and community structures to address beneficiary verification matters where beneficiaries cannot be traced. Municipalities, Provinces to address blocked housing projects and establish mechanisms to have such projects finalised. Provinces and municipalities in ownership of pre 1994 stock to provide a report to the department on their strategy to ensure transfer of the properties to the occupants. The department to consider recommending that the Minister issue directive in terms of Section 15 of the Housing Act transfer of certain property from Provincial Housing Development Boards to municipalities TDRG Performance as at 31 December 2018 TDRG 02/09/2020 76 WAY FORWARD - TDRG Performance sessions such as quarterly performance reviews and MinMec be utilised to source reasons for reported poor performance and inability by Provinces to spend allocated funds; The issuing of Title Deeds by Political Principles be undertaken on symbolic basis and allow the actual titles to be issued by Provinces/Municipalities on a regular basis; Municipalities and Provinces to jointly address challenges facing Township Establishment procedures . Transfer of certain properties from provincial housing development boards to Municipalities be effected without further delays; Provinces should detail plans of how they plan to improve performance of the grant for the current MTEF period TDRG Performance as at 31 December 2018 02/09/2020 77

Actions Implemented to Improve the Overall Performance of the Department HSDG The following measures were undertaken by the National Department to support and avert risk of under performance by Provinces: Regular interaction ,oversight and support afforded to the three identified under spending Provinces,i.e. Gauteng, North West and Northern Cape; Recovery plans received from the three Provinces indicating how they plan to ensure that the allocated HSDG funds are fully spent; and accounted for in terms of nonfinancial performance; The intervention was undertaken ensure that the identified Provinces will fully expend their annual HSDG allocations and achieve set housing delivery targets; Initiated mediation efforts between the Gauteng Provincial Department and City of Johannesburg Metro regarding the alleged reduction of gazetted funds to the Metro by the Province; Currently assisting with intervention measures in the North West Province which is under administration; Regularly offering technical support to Provinces for implementation of Human Settlements programmes ; Undertaken revision of FLiSP with the aim of improving ability of households to access FLiSP through a nationally accredited programme implemented by NHFC HSDG Performance as at 31 December 2018 02/09/2020 78 Way Forward HSDG It is suggested that the following measures be considered for desired performance by the Provincial Departments: Funding priority focus to be based on a more credible and robust project readiness matrix; Programme and project management capacity to be enhanced; The National Department must in conjunction with Free State, Limpopo and Western Cape Provinces implement a more focused and robust programme planning, financing and implementation monitoring framework as they have reported shortfalls/deficits of their housing delivery targets; The Mpumalanga and Eastern Cape Provinces must be closely monitored given the high risk of over spending in the 2018/19 financial year. Mpumalanga Province has only R11.9 million of its voted funds left for the remaining three months of the financial year; HSDG Performance as at 31 December 2018 02/09/2020 79 Way Forward HSDG It is suggested that the following measures be considered for desired performance by the Provincial Departments: The Department must exercise a more active compliance framework to ensure that funds transferred by Provinces to implementing agents such as Housing Development Agency, Gauteng Partnership Fund and Municipalities as part of the recovery plans, will be closely monitored to ensure that compliance is adhered to and value of money achieved A programme and project plan must be devised to ensure uniformity and consistency of programme and project planning, financing and implementation of bulk and link services and housing projects across the MIG, USDG and HSDG HSDG Performance as at 31 December 2018 02/09/2020 80 Actions Implemented to Improve the Overall Performance of the Department USDG The following measures were undertaken by the National Department to support and avert risk of under performance by Metropolitan Municipalities:

Mediation efforts between City of Johannesburg and Gauteng Province regarding the alleged reduction of gazetted HSDG funds by the Province; Intervention and support measures are still in place for Gauteng and its three Metropolitan Municipalities; Letters of intention to withhold were issued to Mangaung, City of Ekurhuleni, City of Johannesburg and eThekwini Metros; Letters to all City Managers were issued regarding unsatisfactory reported performance for the second quarter ending 31 December 2018 and There are planned visits to Metropolitan Municipalities by Executive Management from the Department to assist the Metros to address the reported poor performance. USDG Performance as at 31 December 2018 02/09/2020 81 Way Forward - USDG It is suggested that the following measures be considered for desired performance by the Metropolitan Municipalities: Institutional and technical support be afforded to all Metros by the National Department to enable full spending of the grant; Meetings to be held between City managers and National Department to discuss poor USDG performance as recommended by EMT; Buffalo City and Nelson Mandela Bay Metros have proved beyond doubt that they are able to fully expend the USDG allocated should be considered for additional funding; The third tranche transfer scheduled for Feb 2019 should be withheld for Mangaung, eThekwini, Ekurhuleni and City of Cape Town Metros based on the poor reported second quarter performance Intention to withhold letter be sent to City of Cape Town reasonable funds and USDG Performance as at 31 December 2018 02/09/2020 82 Actions Implemented to Improve the Overall Performance of the Department Performance Information The following measure was undertaken by the National Department to improve organisational performance: Discussion with the auditors regarding assessment and reporting on the approved 2018/19 APP, mainly for the targeted support on implementation of Human Settlements programmes. 02/09/2020 83 Recommendation It is recommended that the Portfolio Committee note the third quarter performance report

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