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    WSP Planning and Reporting Information Technology Role of IT IT Security Organogram Economic And Community Services Overview LED and Tourism LED Plan Tourism Database Disaster Management Sisonke Framework Development And Planning LUMS Environmental Health By Laws Municipal Health and Safety Strategy Pauper Burial Policy Competition Financial Services Department Overview Budget Supply Chain Policies Cash And Investment Management Policy Indigent Support Policy Procurement Policy Tariffs Budgetary Process Tariffs Charges Levies And
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  • Local Municipalities
    by both municipalities on a share allocation basis from the Department of Water Affairs Forestry The aim of the project was to provide a number of communities including the 2600 Sisonke households with a viable and sustainable source of potable water This is an extremely complicated and extensive project comprising A weir and abstraction works on the Mtwalume river with a connected reticulation system through balancing tanks to two sub reservoirs distributed through an extensive system of main water supply pipelines feeding numerous delivery reticulations each culminating at end user pre paid delivery points The project was completed and commissioned during the 2002 financial year Mahehle Water Supply Ward 1 This project was originally initiated and implemented by Umgeni Water but left incomplete and subject to transfer to Sisonke District Municipality as a consequence of the municipality having been allocated the responsibility of the Water Services Authority for its area of jurisdiction Funding in amount of R3 0m was solicited from the Department of Water Affairs Forestry in order to reimburse Umgeni Water and to effect finality The aim of the project is to provide the Mahehle community comprising some 1000 households with a viable and sustainable source of potable water The project comprises Bore hole bulk source feeding a reservoir with the supply distributed by gravity and culminating at 33 Communal stand pipe units Sisonke District Municipality accepted transfer of the project during 2004 which has now been successfully commissioned Nokweja Sanitation Ward 11 In order to promote health and hygiene awareness in the community of Nokweja comprising 1684 households and situated in the rural areas of the municipality the need to provide these households with access to a RDP level of service was identified as a dire need and with funding solicited from the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry in amount of R3 5m the project was successfully initiated and is scheduled for completion during the current fiscal year Umzimkhulu Municipality Umzimkhulu Local Municipality is located in the historical East Griqualand Region bounded by the KwaZulu Natal towns and villages and by the Umzimkhulu River in the South and Umkhomazi River in the North It is bounded by towns of Ixopo in the East Underberg in the North Matatiele in the West and Kokstad and Harding in the South Ingwe Municipality Qadi Water Project Ward 7 The objective of this project is to provide the rural community of Qadi serving a population of 9500 with a viable and sustainable source of potable water The project comprises The provision of 2 equipped boreholes supplying to pump stations to feed two main reservoirs and 14 subsidiary concrete tanks through 19 7Km of piping culminating in a total of 128 stand pipe units together with the provision of an administrative centre in order to effect tariff recovery Budgetary provision made for the project amounts to R10 0m with funding being solicited from the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry The project as a whole was commissioned during 2003 4 Mahwaqa
    http://www.sisonke.gov.za/Local_Municipalities.aspx (2013-03-24)

  • Vacancies
    institution Compiling the necessary reports to the Risk Management Committee communicates with the Provincial Treasury Audit Committee and the Risk Committee regarding the status of ERM Providing input into the development and subsequent review of the fraud prevention strategy business continuity plans occupational health safety and environmental policies and practices and disaster management plans Enquiries should be directed to the Acting Municipal Manager Mrs A N Dlamini on 039 834 8700 No faxed or e mailed applications will be accepted Applications with comprehensive curriculum vitae certified copies of educational qualifications and Covering Letter indicating the post which you applying for must be addressed to the Municipal Manager for Attention Ms N Lungwengwe Executive Director Corporate Services Sisonke District Municipality Private Bag X501 and Ixopo 3276 to reach us no later than 16H30 20 March 2013 Canvassing with councilors and management will lead to disqualification Due to the expected high response volume communication will be limited to short listed candidates only SOCIAL ECONOMIC AND DEVELOPMENT PLANNING SERVICES DEPARTMENT IDP OFFICER Salary D1 R 223 855 84 R243 284 47 Plus applicable benefits JOB REQUIREMENTS An appropriate Bachelor s Degree in Social Science National Diploma in Public Administration or equivalent qualification Valid code 08 driver s license Three 3 years relevant experience working with Integrated Development Plans IDP and Performance Management System PMS Sound knowledge and understanding of Local Provincial and National departments in relation to the IDP Thorough knowledge of public policy and strategy formulation and facilitation skills Sound knowledge of legislative prescripts governing local government KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS DUTIES Reporting to the IDP PMS Director the incumbent will be responsible for the following functions Assist the Director to develop and review an Integrated Development Plan Assist the Director to develop and review the services delivery and budget implementation Plan SDBIP Assist the Director to develop IDP Framework and Process Plans Assist the Director to compile quarterly and annual performance reports Assist the Director with development of planning monitoring and reports tools on IDP and PMS Liaise with all municipal departments continuously to ensure that all their activities and operations are aligned with IDP Assist in supporting the local municipalities on IDP and related issues and liaise with all organs of the state Ensure alignment of IDP PMS SDBIP SDF and budget Alignment of Council activities to the Provincial Growth and Development Strategy PGDS and National Spatial Development Perspectives NSDP Organize meetings and events that are IDP related and render other administrative duties Enquiries should be directed to the Director IDP PMS Mr Zweli Mtolo on 039 8341 507 Applications with comprehensive Curriculum Vitae certified copies of educational qualifications and driver s license and Identity Document must be addressed to the Acting Municipal Manager for attention Executive Director Corporate Services Ms N Lungwengwe Sisonke District Municipality Private Bag X501 and IXOPO 3276 to reach us no later 22 February 2013 Canvassing with Councilors and Management will lead to disqualification Due to the expected high response volume communication will be limited to
    http://www.sisonke.gov.za/Vacancies.aspx (2013-03-24)

  • Contact Us
    and Tourism LED Plan Tourism Database Disaster Management Sisonke Framework Development And Planning LUMS Environmental Health By Laws Municipal Health and Safety Strategy Pauper Burial Policy Competition Financial Services Department Overview Budget Supply Chain Policies Cash And Investment Management Policy Indigent Support Policy Procurement Policy Tariffs Budgetary Process Tariffs Charges Levies And Rates Reporting Annual Report Financial And Management Accounting And Reporting Tenders Tenders and Contracts Current Tenders Tenders Awarded
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  • History
    issue 6 Joint Services Boards were established and activated within the boundaries of the Province Subsequent to such establishment and after the 1994 elections which heralded the commencement of the transition phase of Local Government these Joint Services Boards with some boundary adjustments formed the basis upon which the Transitional Regional Councils were formed and established who in terms of the Local Government Transition Act and a specific Proclamation LG54 were tasked with the municipal administration of all areas outside the boundaries of the Transitional Local Councils being the so called Remaining Areas In respect to this narrative the Midlands and East Griqualand Joint Services Boards together with the subsequent Ugu and Ndlovu Transitional Regional Councils have pertinence Immediately prior to the 2000 Local Government Elections and in line with the Constitutional transformation of Local Government the boundaries of District Council No 43 as it was then referred to were defined by the Demarcation Board This newly defined area inherited portions of the former Ndlovu and Ugu Transitional Regional Councils and comprises 5 Category B or local municipalities namely KwaSani Greater Kokstad Matatiele Ingiwe and Ubuhlebezwe the latter municipalities reestablished from the former Ixopo Creighton Kokstad Cedarville Underberg Himeville and Matatiele Transitional Local Councils District municipality DC43 was established over this area in terms of Section 12 of the Municipal Structures Act and subsequently the elected and appointed Councillors took up office at that time in principle and appointed officer bearers namely the Mayor Cllr J P Khoza The Speaker Cllr M M Nyembezi Deputy Mayor Cllr C M Ngcobo and the Executive Committee members who were nominated and elected from the first meeting of Council The Hon Mayor Cllr J P Khoza recounts the days when his Council and Executive Committee met at the Off Saddle Hotel in Ixopo and otherwise operated from their vehicles via cellular telephone During that period the Municipal Manager was in an acting capacity and on loan and working from the uMgungundlovu District Municipality and no permanent staff appointments had been had been finalized These early years were not easy and the fledgling municipality had to endure many difficulties not the least of which being that as a new municipality Council were hampered by an inadequate funding an absence of an administrative staff establishment and the almost complete absence of equipment and facilities These difficulties were in turn exacerbated by complications with the apportionment of existent resources from the former Ugu and Ndlovu Transitional Regional Municipalities With support and guidance from the other spheres of Government a consortium of service providers was appointed to establish and implement the necessary administrative and financial systems and to guide Council in the appointment of a permanent Municipal Manager wherefrom during October 2001 Mr N M Mabaso was appointed into that position and in turn he was involved in the appointment of the other Section 57 staff or Heads of Department As a consequence of these appointments under the leadership of Mr Mabaso the municipality began to function
    http://www.sisonke.gov.za/About_Us/History.aspx (2013-03-24)

  • The Logo
    And Conditions HR Policies Industrial Relations Policy Health Welfare Policy Labour Relations Workplace Forum Training Development Induction Staff Training Staff Skills Development WSP Planning and Reporting Information Technology Role of IT IT Security Organogram Economic And Community Services Overview LED and Tourism LED Plan Tourism Database Disaster Management Sisonke Framework Development And Planning LUMS Environmental Health By Laws Municipal Health and Safety Strategy Pauper Burial Policy Competition Financial Services Department Overview Budget Supply Chain Policies Cash And Investment Management Policy Indigent Support Policy Procurement Policy Tariffs Budgetary Process Tariffs Charges Levies And Rates Reporting Annual Report Financial And Management Accounting And Reporting Tenders Tenders and Contracts Current Tenders Tenders Awarded Documents Organogram Budget Speech Infrastructure Services Department Overview Service Delivery Capital Budget Projects Municipal Infrastructure Grant Project Information Management Systems Infrastructure Organogram Water Services Department Water Services Authority Planning Customer Care Strategy Organogram Strategic Support Services Department Overview PIMMS IDP PMS Organogram The Logo As the geographical area of the municipality encompasses a huge diversity of peoples and cultures all of whom being reliant upon agriculture and as the transformation of local government by means of the demarcation process has effectively brought these peoples their cultivations and cultures together under
    http://www.sisonke.gov.za/About_Us/About_Us_The_Logo.aspx (2013-03-24)

  • Overview | Sisonke Municipality
    Economic And Community Services Overview LED and Tourism LED Plan Tourism Database Disaster Management Sisonke Framework Development And Planning LUMS Environmental Health By Laws Municipal Health and Safety Strategy Pauper Burial Policy Competition Financial Services Department Overview Budget Supply Chain Policies Cash And Investment Management Policy Indigent Support Policy Procurement Policy Tariffs Budgetary Process Tariffs Charges Levies And Rates Reporting Annual Report Financial And Management Accounting And Reporting Tenders Tenders
    http://www.sisonke.gov.za/Council_and_Committees/Overview.aspx (2013-03-24)

  • Meet the Mayor | Sisonke Municipality
    education in 1999 In 2000 he did a computer literacy course in UMzimkhulu College In 2001 he worked as an administrator in the UMzimkhulu branch office of SADTU In the middle of 2001 he was appointed as a regional census manager for Statistics South Africa in the Sisonke district Cllr Ndobe was employed as a teacher in April 2002 in Rietvlei JSS where he demonstrated a lot of creativity and passion for education In 2003 he registered for further diploma in education management FDE management with the University of Transkei that was later changed to Walter Sisulu University WSU that he completed in 2004 He continued to do a BED honors in education but due to the change of career he could not complete it In 2006 he was elected as a PR councilor representing the ANC in UMzimkhulu municipality where he served as an executive committee member heading Corporate Services While he was still a teacher he registered human resources management with Business Management College in Johannesburg BMT College In 2007 he was employed as a Corporate Services Manager in the same municipality and he had to resign as a councilor As a Corporate Services Manager he has acquired a lot of skills and experience on management conflict resolution communications policy formulation diversity management interpersonal relations performance management and evaluation IDP formulation and budgeting etc While working as the Corporate Services Manager he has done the following courses Certificate program in municipal development for municipal finance CPMD MF with Wits Business School NQF 6 Post graduate diploma in labor law with Global business solutions in partnership with Davinci institute NQF 6 certificate in project management NQF 5 IDP certificate NQF 5 etc Cllr Ndobe joined the ANC at a very young age He was born into the struggle and
    http://www.sisonke.gov.za/Council_and_Committees/Meet_the_Mayor.aspx (2013-03-24)