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Enoch Mgijima Local Municipality https://www.enochmgijima.org.za Enoch Mgijima Local Municipality Fri, 03 Sep 2021 12:16:25 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8.4 NOTICE: FINAL REVIEWED IDP (2017/2022) AND BUDGET STRATEGY AND EXPENDITURE FRAMEWORK FOR 2021/22- 2023/24 https://www.enochmgijima.org.za/?p=30938 https://www.enochmgijima.org.za/?p=30938#respond Fri, 03 Sep 2021 12:16:21 +0000 https://www.enochmgijima.org.za/?p=30938 NOTICE NO. COUNCIL 04/06/2021 FINAL REVIEWED IDP (2017/2022) AND BUDGET STRATEGY AND EXPENDITURE FRAMEWORK FOR 2021/22- 2023/24 Notice is hereby given in terms of Section 22 of the Municipal Finance Management Act (56 of 2003) read together with section 21 of the Municipal Systems Act (no 32 of 2000) that Final Reviewed Integrated Development Plan […]

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NOTICE NO. COUNCIL 04/06/2021

FINAL REVIEWED IDP (2017/2022) AND BUDGET STRATEGY AND EXPENDITURE FRAMEWORK FOR 2021/22- 2023/24

Notice is hereby given in terms of Section 22 of the Municipal Finance Management Act (56 of 2003) read together with section 21 of the Municipal Systems Act (no 32 of 2000) that Final Reviewed Integrated Development Plan for 2017/22 and Budget Strategy and Expenditure Framework for 2021/2022 have been prepared and adopted before Council of Enoch Mgijima Local Municipality on the 31st  May 2021.The reviewed documents were adopted together with Municipal tariffs and Budget related policies which are available for inspection.

The Budget as tabled by council are as follows:

The municipality adopted a total budget of R987.1 million for the 2021/22 financial year. This comprise of R878.7 million operating budget and a R108.4 million capital budget. This shows an increase of R115.3 million when compared to the 2020/21 adjustment budget.

The departmental budget as adopted by vote is as follows

The following tariffs were also adopted by council alongside with the budget:

ROPERTY RATES AND LEVIES 
Proposed 2021/2022
General Rate @6% 2020/2021 2021/2022  
Residential (cents in a Rand) 0,0088101 0,0093387 Cents in a Rand
Business/ Commercial (cents in a Rand) 0,0111372 0,0118055 Cents in a Rand
Public Service Purpose (State Owned) (cents in a Rand) 0,0088116 0,00934 Cents in a Rand
Agricultural (cents in a Rand) 0,0022502 0,0023347 Cents in a Rand
PSI (cents in a Rand) 0,0022502 0,0023347 Cents in a Rand
Vacant land 0,0411482 0,0436171 Cents in a Rand
 Municipal Properties Exempted Exempted
 Places of Worship Exempted Exempted
PBO Exempted Exempted

WASTE MANAGEMENT TARIFFS 2021/22

ELECTRICITY TARIFFS 2021– 2022 FINANCIAL YEAR(EXCL.VAT) tariff increase 14,59%

Domestic Tariffs :T1 FARMLINES
Basic Charge: /month 271,88
Tariff Blocks c/Kwh
Block1 (0-50 kWh) 125,84
Block 2 (51-350 kWh) 161,79  
Block 3 (351-600 kWh) 227,71
Block 4 (>600 kWh) 268,15  
Domestic Prepaid:T2
Tariff Blocks c/Kwh
Block1 (0-50 kWh) 125,84
Block 2 (51-350 kWh) 161,79
Block 3 (351-600 kWh) 227,71
Block 4 (>600 kWh) 268,15
    COMMERCIAL TARIFFS Commercial Small Users T3
Basic Charge (R/month) 953,72
   Energy Charge (c/kwh)                                                                                            <_500 kWh                                                                                      >_500kWh          Commercial Small Users T4                          273,21                      213,26                          
    Energy Charge (c/kWh)                                                                                  277,90  
FARMLINES – General Power Users
Basic Charge: 969,51month
Tariff Blocks c/Kwh
Energy Charge (c/kwh)       <_500kwh                                                 >500kwh                                             280,55                     219,27                   
     
 
COMMERCIAL OLD AGE HOMES
Basic Charge: R 1 099,56
Tariff Blocks c/Kwh
Energy Charge 74,55
Demand Charge 204,22
INDUSTRIAL TARIFFS
Large Power Users:<=80KVA T5
Basic Charge: 1 866,44/ month
Tariff Blocks c/Kwh
Energy Charge 124,14
Demand Charge 339,70
Where kVA < 80 for demand : /kVA 11 250,78
             
TIME OF USE
 T6: TX <100 000kWh<80kVA
Low Season
Basic Charge: 860,91 / month
Tariff Blocks c/Kwh
Energy Charge:  
Peak 445,04
Standard 193,51
Off Peak 99,97
High Season
Basic Charge / month 860,91 / month
Tariff Blocks c/Kwh
Energy Charge:  
Peak 453,11
Standard 201,55
Off Peak 99,97
Reactive Energy 20,96
T 7 <100 000kWh>80kVA
Low Season
Basic Charge: 1654,18 / month
Tariff Blocks c/Kwh
Energy Charge:  
Peak 266,04
Standard 164,46
Off Peak 93,57
Demand Charge 136,13
   
High Season
Basic Charge:  1654,18   / month
Tariff Blocks c/Kwh
Energy Charge:  
Peak 295,08
Standard 164,46
Off Peak 99,97
Reactive Energy 20,96
Demand Charge 145,47
Former Inkwanca Municipality
Domestic Tariffs
Basic charge : 224,81 R/month
Energy Charge (c/kWh) 199,98
Domestic Prepaid Indigent
Basic charge : 219,73 R/month
Energy Charge(c/kWh) 144,81  
     
Commercial Tariffs
Small Commercial/Government Consumers
Basic charges: (R/month) 565,16
Energy charges: (c/kWh) 232,82
Industrial/Commercial Tariffs
Large Power Users:<=40KVA T5
Basic Charge: 409,61 R/month
Tariff Blocks c/Kwh
Energy Charge(c/kWh) 88,04
Demand Charge(R/kVA) 190,57
       
Former Tsolwana Local Municipality
Domestic Tariffs
Domestic Indigent Prepaid
Energy Charge(c/kWh) 172,27
Residential Prepaid & Demand 0-59 Amp Incl. Churches
Energy Charge(c/kWh) 208,85
COMMERCIAL  TARIFFS
Commercial Credit Metering
Basic Charge:( R/month)  275,44
Energy Charge(c/kWh) 234,24
COMMERCIAL  BAKERY
Basic Charge: (R/month)  257,64
Energy Charge(c/kWh) 211,74
COMMERCIAL  PREPAID
Energy Charge(c/kWh) 234,26
COMMERCIAL :LARGE  kVA
Basic Charge: (R/month) 485,19
Energy Charge(c/kWh) 82,21
Demand Charge?(R/kVA) 269,24

The rest of the tariffs for the 2021/22 Financial Year are available in the following offices and Libraries:

  • All Municipal Public Library
  • Enoch Mgijima Municipal Offices
  • Molteno Offices
  • Tarkastad Offices
  • Whittlesea offices
  • Municipal Website: www.enochmgijima.org.za

For any further enquiries, contact Miss N. Mani or Miss Z. Jam-Jam on 045 806 2686 alternatively Mr T Abofra – Budget Manager on 045 806 2009 from Monday- Friday between 08h00 and 16h30.

Any persons who do not understand the content of this advert are invited to contact Mr X. Makeleni at the Corporate Services office at 045 – 8072608 or 70 Cathcart Road, Komani during office hours.

Umntu ongayi qondiyo lengxelo uyacelwa aqhakamshele no Mnu X. Makeleni kwi-ofisi ye-Corporate Services kule nombolo 045 – 8072608 kwanombolo 70 Cathcart Road, Komani ngamaxesha omsebenzi 08:00 ukuya kwicala lentsimbi yesine.

Esi saziso singafumaneka  ngolwimi lwesiXhosa kwi-ofisi ka Sosiba we-Dolophu;

kwisakhiwo seHolo yeDolophu, kwi- Cathcart Road kuKomani.

N. ZONDANI                                                       TOWN HALL

 MUNICIPAL MANAGER                               CATHCART ROAD                                        

                                                                               KOMANI

ERRATUM

NOTICE NO. COUNCIL 05/07/2021

ELECTRICITY TARIFFS 2021/2022 FINANCIAL YEAR

Correction of Electricity tariffs as advertised in Representative dated 18 June 2021

Commercial Small Users T3

Basic Charge (R/Month) 933.83
Energy Charge (c/KWH):  
                                          < 500 KWH 267.51
                                           >500 KWH 208.82
   

For any further enquiries, contact Miss N. Mani or Miss Z. Jam-Jam on 045 806 2686 alternatively Mr T Abofra – Budget Manager on 045 806 2009 from Monday- Friday between 08h00 and 16h30.

Any persons who do not understand the content of this advert are invited to contact Mr X. Makeleni at the Corporate Services office at 045 – 8072608 or 70 Cathcart Road, Komani during office hours.

Umntu ongayi qondiyo lengxelo uyacelwa aqhakamshele no Mnu X. Makeleni kwi-ofisi ye-Corporate Services kule nombolo 045 – 8072608 kwanombolo 70 Cathcart Road, Komani ngamaxesha omsebenzi 08:00 ukuya kwicala lentsimbi yesine.

Esi saziso singafumaneka  ngolwimi lwesiXhosa kwi-ofisi ka Sosiba we-Dolophu;

kwisakhiwo seHolo yeDolophu, kwi- Cathcart Road kuKomani.

N. ZONDANI                                                       TOWN HALL

MUNICIPAL MANAGER                                     CATHCART ROAD                                   

                                                                               KOMANI

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ENOCH MGIJIMA NEWSLETTER JANUARY TO MARCH 2021 https://www.enochmgijima.org.za/?p=30893 https://www.enochmgijima.org.za/?p=30893#respond Thu, 22 Apr 2021 12:43:48 +0000 https://www.enochmgijima.org.za/?p=30893 The post ENOCH MGIJIMA NEWSLETTER JANUARY TO MARCH 2021 appeared first on Enoch Mgijima Local Municipality.

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ENOCH MGIJIMA AUDIT OUTCOME IMPROVES https://www.enochmgijima.org.za/?p=30882 https://www.enochmgijima.org.za/?p=30882#respond Thu, 15 Apr 2021 11:51:46 +0000 https://www.enochmgijima.org.za/?p=30882 The Auditor General’s audit outcomes are out and Enoch Mgijima Local Municipality has attained a qualified audit report for the 2019/20 financial year. The report was tabled by a Senior Manager in the AG’s office in a virtual ordinary Council Meeting of 31 March 2021. This is an improvement from the Adverse opinion of 2018/19 […]

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The Auditor General’s audit outcomes are out and Enoch Mgijima Local Municipality has attained a qualified audit report for the 2019/20 financial year. The report was tabled by a Senior Manager in the AG’s office in a virtual ordinary Council Meeting of 31 March 2021. This is an improvement from the Adverse opinion of 2018/19 and the disclaimers of the two previous years.


Commenting on the outcomes, the Executive Mayor of Enoch Mgijima Cllr Luleka Gubula said “While a qualified audit opinion does not mean the systems are running smoothly, we as Enoch Mgijima have noted the steady improvement over the year. Since the amalgamation of the three Municipal entities, we have been showing poor administration and now we note the strides made by our administration and the reported cooperation during the audit period. As the Council we will continue playing our oversight role and provide undivided support to the administration to ensure clean administration”.
The Municipality will now put focus on areas which need improvement and Audit Action Plan will be developed to rectify missteps of the previous financial year.

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2021 Safer Easter Holidays https://www.enochmgijima.org.za/?p=30845 https://www.enochmgijima.org.za/?p=30845#respond Wed, 31 Mar 2021 10:29:42 +0000 https://www.enochmgijima.org.za/?p=30845 “Stay Safe: Act responsibly and stay protected, always” The Easter long weekend is around the corner. It is a time when many South Africans travel around the country to visit family, friends or for religious purposes. It is also a time when there are increased traffic volumes on our roads. Unfortunately this period usually sees […]

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“Stay Safe: Act responsibly and stay protected, always”

The Easter long weekend is around the corner. It is a time when many South Africans travel around the country to visit family, friends or for religious purposes. It is also a time when there are increased traffic volumes on our roads.

Unfortunately this period usually sees a high rate of road accidents and fatalities. This is concerning for government because most road accidents can be prevented and are caused by human error.

The root causes of these accidents are driving under the influence of alcohol, excessive speeding, not wearing seatbelts, dangerous overtaking, talking on the phone while driving, un-roadworthy vehicles and pedestrians failing to observe traffic rules.

This year our country also has to deal with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. COVID-19 remains with us and is spread through contact with others, particularly at events or gatherings where there are a large number of people. During this Easter holiday we must strictly adhere to social distancing, wearing a mask at all times in public and washing our hands with soap and water or sanitiser

#SaferEasterHolidays #CelebrateResponsibly

You are requested to share with all the public servants through available channels and platforms in your departments.

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53 MILLION SET ASIDE FOR SERVICE DELIVERY https://www.enochmgijima.org.za/?p=30839 https://www.enochmgijima.org.za/?p=30839#respond Tue, 30 Mar 2021 13:31:51 +0000 https://www.enochmgijima.org.za/?p=30839 Enoch Mgijima Municipality has set aside a budget of R53 million which will be used to continue for projects that were stalled. The funds are from the Municipal Infrastructure Grant and were sourced for the purpose of hastening service delivery around Enoch Mgijima. Led by the Executive Mayor Luleka Gubula, EMLM Mayoral Committee paid visits […]

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Enoch Mgijima Municipality has set aside a budget of R53 million which will be used to continue for projects that were stalled. The funds are from the Municipal Infrastructure Grant and were sourced for the purpose of hastening service delivery around Enoch Mgijima.

Led by the Executive Mayor Luleka Gubula, EMLM Mayoral Committee paid visits to areas with uncompleted projects to view the amount of work still outststanding and interact with members of the community as well as contractors at the sites where operations are ongoing or set to resume.

Uncompleted projects include the Qwabi bridge, Bacclesfarm bridge, Whittlesea Community Hall, Lesseyton Sports ground and Mcbride Sports ground. These projects were stalled in the 2018/19 financial year when Treasury withheld funds for Enoch Mgijima. During the period, the Municipality did not receive and grants from provincial and national government, leading to contractor’s abandoning sites while some only stalled the work and stymied operations.

Addressing residents and the contractor in Qwabi, the Executive Mayor said “As the Mayoral Committee we saw it prudent to visit these sites and not depend on what’s on the reports written by officials. We understand the frustration of community members and we are doing all we can to ensure that these projects are completed. Funds have now been made available and we will not waste anytime. We will give all necessary support to the administration so that procurement processes are done in the quickest possible time, with adherence to Supply Management Policies”. 

Qwabi community member Mr Xolani Makina who is also a bus driver also lamented slow progress on the construction of the bridge. “I’m a bus driver and this is not convenient for me because I have to park the bus in another house and cross the bridge on foot to get to my home. We are glad that the contractor is on site and working, but but their pace is not inspiring. We need stricter monitoring by the Project Steering Commitee and the Municipality”.

Ward 20 Councillor Ayanda Tiwana said “it is true that this project has caused devastation in the area. When it rains, the makeshift bypass becomes dangerous and community members have been helping to maintain it”.

The R35 million state of the art Whittlesea Community Hall has been vandalised by community members and has regressed and is now in a worse state than what it was before the project stalled. It will also receive funds and security will be beefed up to protect it from further damage.

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ENOCH MGIJIMA TO INTRODUCE THE SMART METERING SYSTEM https://www.enochmgijima.org.za/?p=30837 https://www.enochmgijima.org.za/?p=30837#respond Tue, 30 Mar 2021 13:23:41 +0000 https://www.enochmgijima.org.za/?p=30837 Enoch Mgijima Local Municipality will soon be introducing the smart metering system for businesses and households throughout its area of jurisdiction. This move is aimed at improving the provision of electricity wherein the Municipality will be able to monitor individual users remotely. The project will begin with auditing of existing electricity metres and replacement of […]

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Enoch Mgijima Local Municipality will soon be introducing the smart metering system for businesses and households throughout its area of jurisdiction. This move is aimed at improving the provision of electricity wherein the Municipality will be able to monitor individual users remotely. The project will begin with auditing of existing electricity metres and replacement of metre boxes (faulty and tempered metres) will follow.

This endeavour will start with large power users, mainly businesses and government departments who will be audited and have metre boxes replaced when necessary. The second phase will focus on small power users which mainly include households. After installation are done, the system will start working from June this year.

The smart metres were to be introduced in 2020 but due to the introduction of national Lockdown, the project stalled. Currently, the Municipality loses a lot of revenue (over 30 million per month) due to illegal connections, tempers and other technical losses. It takes a while to detect these as monitoring lacks electronic prowess.

The system will bridge the technological gap, and after installation the Municipality will be able to swiftly respond to outages, automatically read metres, detect real time tampers and reduce technical losses.

This endeavour will enhance the Municipality’s Financial Recovery Plan which has been in implementation from November 2019 and will go a long way in improving revenue collection and ultimately basic service delivery. It will also minimize irresponsible power usage by users who have tempered with the system and will decrease overloading of the system which has caused power outages.

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https://www.enochmgijima.org.za/?p=30824 https://www.enochmgijima.org.za/?p=30824#respond Tue, 23 Feb 2021 17:13:00 +0000 https://www.enochmgijima.org.za/?p=30824 REHABILITATION OF GREEN AND BERT STRAUSS STREETS In the quest to beatify towns its towns, Enoch Mgijima kickstarted a road rehabilitation project in Komani where Green and Bert Strauss streets are up for resuscitation. The two streets, with a distance of 0,8 KM are getting the much needed facelift and rejuvenation. This project began in […]

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REHABILITATION OF GREEN AND BERT STRAUSS STREETS

In the quest to beatify towns its towns, Enoch Mgijima kickstarted a road rehabilitation project in Komani where Green and Bert Strauss streets are up for resuscitation. The two streets, with a distance of 0,8 KM are getting the much needed facelift and rejuvenation. This project began in mid January and is set to be competed in March. While this is no a labor-intensive endeavour, 10 local labourers are participating in it.

The project cost a total of R2 million and is funded by Enoch Mgijima LM. To minimize costs, the Municipality used internal expertise instead of utilizing consultants. This undertaking will help encourage business activity and bring comfort to motorists. This is one of the three road rehabilitation projects in Komani: Bells road rehabilitation project is still progressing well while the Fikile Gwadana road patching project will be completed in March.

There are still a number of roads and streets that need to be upgraded, parched and rejuvenated and the Municipality will keep repairing as more funds become available.

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NOTICE NO. CS 01/01/2021 POUND NOTICE https://www.enochmgijima.org.za/?p=30809 https://www.enochmgijima.org.za/?p=30809#respond Fri, 05 Feb 2021 10:33:45 +0000 https://www.enochmgijima.org.za/?p=30809 Notice is hereby given that the following animals will be sold from the Enoch Mgijima Municipal Pound, if not previously released on Wednesday, 10 February 2021 at 10:00. 62 Cattle 16 Sheep 22 Goats 8 Donkeys 0 Horses 1 Pigs Animals are impounded from the N6, R67, R61, Cala Route, Sterkstroom, Cradock, Indwe, Seymour, Cathcart, […]

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Notice is hereby given that the following animals will be sold from the Enoch Mgijima Municipal Pound, if not previously released on Wednesday, 10 February 2021 at 10:00.

62 Cattle

16 Sheep

22 Goats

8 Donkeys

0 Horses

1 Pigs

Animals are impounded from the N6, R67, R61, Cala Route, Sterkstroom, Cradock, Indwe, Seymour, Cathcart, Illinge, Engcobo, Tsomo, Barkley East, Ntabathemba, Dordrecht, Tarkastad, Molteno, and Lady Frere areas.

All with various earmarking’s.

Any person who do not understand the content of this advert is invited to contact Mr. X.  Makeleni at the Corporate services office at 045 – 8072608 or 70 Cathcart Road, Komani during office hours.

Umntu ongayi qondiyo lengxelo uyacelwa aqhakamshelane no Mnu X. Makeleni kwi-ofisi ye-Corporate services kule nombolo 045 – 8072608 kwanombolo 70 Cathcart Road, Komani ngamaxesha omsebenzi 08:00 ukuya kwicala lentsimbi yesine.

Esi saziso singafumaneka ngolwimi lwesiXhosa kwi-ofisi ka Sosiba we-Dolophu;

kwisakhiwo seHolo yeDolophu, kwi- Cathcart Road kuKomani.

N. ZONDANI                                                             TOWN HALL

MUNICIPAL MANAGER                                        CATHCART ROAD

                                                                                    KOMANI

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EXECUTIVE MAYOR ADRESSED PROTESTERS https://www.enochmgijima.org.za/?p=30806 https://www.enochmgijima.org.za/?p=30806#respond Wed, 03 Feb 2021 18:10:15 +0000 https://www.enochmgijima.org.za/?p=30806 There were ugly scenes this morning in front of the Komani Town Hall where Sondlo street residents (Mlungisi T section) gathered to protest against power outages affecting their street. The Executive Mayor (Cllr Luleka Gubula, Chief Whip (Cllr Nombuyiselo Ndlebe) and Ward 12 Councillor (Cllr Bulelani Mgoqi) negotiated with protesters to calm the situation and […]

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There were ugly scenes this morning in front of the Komani Town Hall where Sondlo street residents (Mlungisi T section) gathered to protest against power outages affecting their street. The Executive Mayor (Cllr Luleka Gubula, Chief Whip (Cllr Nombuyiselo Ndlebe) and Ward 12 Councillor (Cllr Bulelani Mgoqi) negotiated with protesters to calm the situation and address matters brought affecting residents.

The area experiences intermittent power outages which are a result of illegal connections. This matter (illegal connections) had been reported by the Ward Councillor and a plan to resolve it was drafted and before implementation, community members of Ward 12 will be informed.

For the Sondlo street electricity problem to be resolved, a temporary connection solution will be implemented this afternoon while the Municipality is currently in a process of acquiring a cable.

The protest action was reported to SAPS who helped in quelling it. Municipal officials will assess the damage caused and appropriate action will thereafter be taken. The Municipality wishes to emphasize that its offices are always accessible for citizens who have grievances. Burning of tyres in front of Municipal offices is not acceptable.

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