Mopani District Municipality (Limpopo)

Report
MOPANI DISTRICT
MUNICIPALITY (LIMPOPO)
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Project description
• Lepelle Northern Water appointed as
implementing agent for the following:
– Accelerate the completion of the Giyani water treatment
works (WTW) upgrade and refurbishment
– Repair
of non
functional
boreholes
(inclusive
of
Nkhensani Hospital) and
– Refurbishment of Giyani Waste water treatment works.
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3
Progress to date
• 32 villages receive bulk water supply
• 22 villages receive water from boreholes
• One (1) village (Siyandani) receive tankering
service as a temporary measure , while
permanent solution to provide water is in
progress.
• Though there is water supply in these villages,
there are various challenges on the bulk and
reticulation that affect the total coverage
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List of 32 villages supplied from
bulk pipeline
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
Makosha
Mapayeni
Mapuve
Maswanganyi
Mavalani
Mbatlo
Mhlava
Mningisi Block 3
Ndidani
Nghalalume
Ngove
Nkomo A
Nwadzekudzeku
Bode
Dzingidzingi
Bon’wane
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
Gaula
Giyani CBD
Hlomela
Homu A
Homu B
Khakhala
Krematart
Mahlathi
Makhuva
Shawela
Thomo
Vuhehli
Vuhehli North
Xibulane
Xikhumba
Xikukwani
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List of 22 villages supplied by
boreholes
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Mbhetle
Mninginisi Block 2
Mphagani
Munghonghoma
Mushiane
Mzilela
Nkomo B
Xitlakati
Phalaubeni
Muyexe
Thomson
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Bambeni
Daniel
Dzumeri
Guwela
Khaxani
Kheyi
Loloka
Mageva
Maphata
Matsotsosela
Mayephu
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Challenges in Siyandani
Supply
Challenges
Remedial action
Responsibility
Completion
Date
Giyani
Water The Kanyisa Booster is out of
LNW
April 2015
pumps
LNW
June 2015
Illegal connections and other
Once the water Implementation of
LNW
June 2015
internal reticulation challenges
Water Conservation and demand
LNW
February 2015
LNW
June 2015
Treatment Works operation due to the cavitation
of pumps
Planned shutdown for the
surveillance of the line from the
Low Lift reservoir to the Kanyisa
Booster station
Siyandani pump station
Refurbishment
of
the
station.
management
Mapuve Scheme The Mapuve bulk supply to
Support the MDM in resolving the
Siyandanhi project is not
challenges on the Phase 1 of the
commissioned due to the
project.
blockages on the line
blockages on the line ,etc. )
Groundwater
Boreholes are vandalized and
Refurbishment of boreholes and
Augmentation
transformers were stolen
application of transformers.
(i.e.
attending
to
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Challenges affecting supply
Challenges
Remedial Action
• Vandalism of
Infrastructure
• Water Conservation and Demand
Management
• LNW is providing Security Service
to safeguard the Infrastructure
• Unauthorised
connection
• Aging Infrastructure
• Replacement of asbestos cement
pipelines and associated
infrastructure
• Lack of operation and
Maintenance of
Infrastructure
• LNW has deployed personnel to
assist with the Operations and
Maintenance of the Infrastructure.
• Continuous support is required
• Lack of Reticulation
• Installation of reticulation network
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Giyani water treatment works
The intervention had the following impacts:
• The 6Ml/day expansion project is functionally complete –
snagging in progress
• The refurbishment project is complete
• Total daily yield is now on average greater than 34Ml/day, a
capacity which is sufficient to supply the Giyani town and
all its 55 villages that are within the scheme’s footprint
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Giyani water reticulation
•
Main booster pump station completed and commissioned
•
Material for replacement of asbestos cement pipelines A, B, D,
E has been procured and delivered
•
Boreholes to 16 priority villages have been refurbished and
commissioned
•
Village reticulation designs in progress
•
Leaks and emergency are attended to timeously and promptly
•
More villages now have water supply and consistent supply is
maintained.
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Nkhensani hospital
•
The hospital now has a secure
water supply
•
The 6 boreholes have been
refurbished
and
re-
commissioned
•
Installation of water purification
plant is in progress and at an
Water purification plant on site
advanced state.
Water softener
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Giyani wastewater treatment
works
The intervention had the following
1.5Ml/day expansion project complete
and functional – test and commissioning
underway
impacts:
•
1.5Ml/day expansion project
complete and functional – test
and commissioning underway
•
1.5Ml/day package plant –
fabrication complete,
construction under way.
•
Morogholo Pump station
refurbishment complete
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Giyani water reticulation
•
Main booster pump station completed and commissioned
•
Material for replacement of asbestos cement pipelines A, B, D, E
has been procured and delivered.
•
These pipelines are within the diameter distance of not less than
700 km
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Action plan
Project
Brief Scope
Time frame
Amount
R,000
Giyani Groundwater
Augmentation-
Boreholes at Khensani Hospital
And Prioritised villages and scheme
assessment
March 2015
R65 000
Giyani Water Treatment
Works Refurbishment
Refurbishment of electromechanical equipment and 16
sand filters
30
R10 000
Giyani Water Treatment
Works upgrade
Expansion of existing Water
Treatment works by 6.7 ML/day
30
Giyani waste Water
Treatment works
revitalization
Refurbish and install package plant
and construct 20ML/day
March 2017
R333 000
Middle LetabaNsami canal repairs
60km engineering assessment and
repairs
March 2015
R50 000
Nandoni – Nsami raw
water bulk pipeline
52 km pipeline planning and redesigning
March 2017
R450 000
Bambanana Pipeline
New 600mm pipeline, planning,
approval and design
March 2017
R308 000
Planning, finalised design and
permits
March 2017
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R80 000
New Nwamitwa dam
Septemb
er
2014
R10 000
Septemb
er
2014
Action plan
Project
Brief Scope
Time frame
Amount
R,000
Mametja Sekororo
New Water treatment works,
raw and clear water pipelines
and reservoirs
March 2017
R249 000
Water Conservation and
demand management
District wide demand and
supply measures
March 2019
R340 000
Nandoni- Mhinga
water supply
Feasibility, planning , finalised
designs and permits
March 2016
R40 000
Namakgale Waste
water treatment
works upgrade
Refurbish existing and upgrade
March 2016
R249 000
TOTAL PROGRAMME VALUE
R1, 992 000
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NGAKA MODIRI MOLEMA
DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY
(NORTH WEST)
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Mahikeng bulk water supply
(BWS) action plan
• Phase 1 (Refurbishment of the Mmabatho Water
Treatment Works (WTW):
– Complete by 30 November 2014, with the last few adjustments to
maximize output to be completed in February 2015.
– This intervention has increased the output of the WTW from an
average of 9.5Mℓ/d to 17.5Mℓ/d currently due to reach 20Mℓ/d once
fully operational.
• Phase 2 (Upgrading of the Mmabatho WTW from 20Mℓ/d to
30Mℓ/d):
– Work is underway and the expected completion date is October 2016
• Phase 2 (Construction of the Lokaleng reservoir and
related bulk pipelines):
– Design work has been completed
– Envisaged to start with construction from April 2016 and completion
by July 2017
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Mahikeng BWS financial
implications
Funding
allocation
Total project
cost
RBIG
funding
Counter
funding
Shortfall on
MTEF *
Cumulative
shortfall
Expenditure / Allocation x R1000
14/15
Expenditure projected
16/17
12/13-13/14 expenditure 15/16
Total
286 648
22 785
186 869
22 785
17/18
33 039
55 716
87 554
87 554
33 039
45 000
50 000
36 045
0
0
0
0
0
99 779
0
10 716
37 554
51 509
0
10 716
48 270
99 779
* In October 2014 the NMMDM indicated their inability to counter fund the project with an amount of R186 869
million. It is expected that counter funding by the NMMDM will not be possible, resulting in the Department having
to fund the complete project. The additional funding is expected to be obtained from the RBIG programme in
2018/19 amounting to R99 779 million for project completion in the same year.
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Ratlou BWS action plan
• Phase 1A (Provision of water to Setlagole): site
establishment is underway, together with earthworks at the
reservoir and procuring of the necessary materials, i.e.
reinforcement steel, shuttering and the like. The expected
completion date of the works is June 2016.
• Phase 1B(Provision of water to Madibogo) and Phase 2
(Provision of water to the balance of Ratlou):
Implementation Readiness Studies are to be completed by
July 2015, followed by the approval process and
implementation.
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Ratlou BWS financial
implications
Funding
allocation
Total project
cost
RBIG
funding *
Counter
funding
Shortfall on
MTEF **
Cumulative
shortfall
Expenditure / Allocation x R1000
14/15
Expenditure projected
16/17
12/13-13/14 expenditure 15/16
Total
78 690
8 557
51 501
18 632
203 180
8 557
45 000
51 000
98 622
0
0
0
0
0
-124 490
0
6 501
-32 368
-98 622
0
6 501
-25 867
-124 490
17/18
Total project
cost
RBIG
funding *
Counter
funding
Shortfall on
MTEF **
Cumulative
shortfall
** Although counter funding is reflected as zero, the amount of R7.079 million to be provided by NMMDM as
counter funding will be included in the counter funding requirement for the balance of the project
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Part C
WATER CONSERVATION THROUGH
WAR ON LEAKS PROGRAMME
Background
•
•
All Municipalities in the country experience high water losses. The
majority are above the National Average of 36.8% and are
therefore vulnerable.
Examples of some Vulnerable Municipalities per province in terms
of non-revenue water (in excess of the National Average):
No.
Municipality
Province
1
Makana Local Municipality
Eastern Cape
2
Ndwedwe Local Municipality
KwaZulu-Natal
3
Letsemeng Local Municipality
Free State
4
Knysna Local Municipality
Western Cape
5
Nama Khoi Local Municipality
Northern Cape
6
Moses Kotane Local Municipality
North West
7
Polokwane Local Municipality
Limpopo
8
Emfuleni Local Municipality
Gauteng
9
Emalahleni Local Municipality
Mpumalanga
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Background (cont...)
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Background (cont...)
•
Losses categorized as:
•
Water leaks
•
Non-revenue water
•
Unauthorized consumption
•
Technical inaccuracies
•
Administrative inaccuracies
Physical leakage (Real losses)
Unbilled authorized consumption
Commercial losses (Apparent losses)
•
High water loss areas:
•
“Rural municipalities have a non-revenue water rate of 72.5%, while metropolitan
municipalities are averaging around 34.3% water loss. Rural municipalities have
such a high water loss, despite servicing less citizens, due to poorer infrastructure.”
– Source: http://www.sablog.kpmg.co.za/2014/04/sa-needs-curb-water-wastage
–
Non_revenue water levels:
•
Metro Municipalities - 34,3% (on average)
•
Mid-sized Municipalities - 30,5% - 41,3% (on average).
•
Small Municipalities – 72.5% (on average)
– Source:
http://www.wrp.co.za/sites/default/files/event_attachments/WaterWheel_2013_1_Jan.
pdf
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Proposal on War on Leaks
STEP 1
STEP 2
(Recruitment and project
Infrastructure setup).
(Initiate various initiatives
national)
15000
UNEMPLOYED
YOUTH
STEP 3
(Rollout and deploy national)
South Africa
Area of Supply
EVALUATION
PLUMBERS
RECRUITMENT
TRAINING
PLACEMENTS
WAR
ON LEAKS
INITIATIVES
SCIENTISTS
LEAKAGE
WATER
CONTROL
BALANCE
INTERVENTION
UNLAWFUL
MAINTENANCE
CONNECTIONS
IDENTIFICATION
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Proposal on War on Leaks
(cont...)
Real Losses
(Training
Programmes)
Plumbers, Graduate
engineers, Asset
management, Water
Quality, Water
Conservation and
demand
Management
Real Losses
(Infrastructure
assessment)
Specialized
Services:
Infrastructure
Conditional
assessment for
infrastructure
priorities
Unbilled
authorized
consumption and
Commercial
losses
Training:
Administrative on
accounting- Water
Balance
Apprenticeship
This will then input
into Municipal IDP
processes for MIG
allocation
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Proposal on War on Leaks
(cont...)
Resource
Categories
Target Area
Objective
Value Proposition
Numbers
1. Water Agents
Communities
Water Wise Knowledge
Water Conservation
Pollution Reduction
Water Wise Gardening
School learning
7000
2. Plumbers
Communities /
Municipalities
Water Loss reduction
Installation of water-efficient devices
Water Leakage Repairs
water audits; identify and repair water leaks; retrofit
water fixtures, fittings and devices and undertake
water conservation advocacy.
Water losses reduction
Savings from reduction of physical losses
3000
3. Technicians
Municipalities /
Industry
Water system management ,Retrofitting, Pressure
management
Water system management
1000
4. Process
Controllers
Municipalities /
WATSAN Sector
Water treatment and waste management
Water and waste water treatment
management
500
5. Scientists
Municipalities /
WATSAN Sector
Water / Waste management
Water and waste water controls and
verifications
500
6. Engineers
Municipalities /
WATSAN Sector
Water / waste Water Systems Design and
maintenance
Water and waste water system design and
maintenance, Assets Management
500
7. Post Graduates
MSc
Municipalities /
WATSAN Sector
Water / waste research and development
Research and development in water risks
250
8. Post Graduates
PhD
Municipalities /
WATSAN Sector
Water / waste research and development
Research and development in water risk
management and solutions
250
9. Water Managers
Municipalities
Develop and promote WC/WDM strategies and BPs
Management of water balance more
accurately
Improved management through
sectorisation, water balance calculations
and response time
2000
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Implementation plan
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Budget: real losses (training
programme)
DESCRIPTIO
N
Total
YR-1
Contract Staff R94,500,000.00 R15,750,000.00
YR-2
R15,750,000.00
YR-3
R15,750,000.00
YR-4
YR-6
YR-6
R15,750,000.00
R15,750,000.00
R15,750,000.00
Graduate
Learner
R16,011,811,11 R5,993,572,222.2 R3,403,572,222.2 R3,403,572,222.2 R1,570,322,222.2 R1,570,322,222.
Requirement
R70,450,000.00
1.11
2
2
2
2
22
(including
stipend)
Overheads / R424,305,300.0
R168,479,300.00
Capex - RWA 0
R50,815,200.00
R50,815,200.00
R52,565,200.00
R50,815,200.00
R50,815,200.00
Total
(Excluding
project fees, R16,530,616,41 R6,177,801,522.2 R3,470,137,422.2 R3,470,137,422.2 R1,638,637,422.2 R1,636,887,422. R137,015,200.0
contingences 1.11
2
2
2
2
22
0
and CPI
adjustment)
Project
management R1,405,102,394
R491,785,838.23
fees - 8.5% of .94
Total
R281,020,478.99
R210,765,359.24
R140,510,239.49
R140,510,239.4 R140,510,239.4
9
9
Contingencie
R896,785,940.3
s - 5% of
R149,464,323.38
0
Total
R149,464,323.38
R149,464,323.38
R149,464,323.38
R149,464,323.3 R149,464,323.3
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Overall cost
(excluding
CPI)
R18,832,504,74 R6,819,051,683.8 R3,900,622,224.5 R3,830,367,104.8 R1,928,611,985.1 R1,926,861,985. R426,989,762.8
6.36
4
9
5
0
10
8
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Budget: real losses
(infrastructure)
• Real Losses (Infrastructure)
– This Budget should be a revolving loan, there is a positive
business plan in fixing all the leaks
• Example: Emfuleni has an estimated 37% nonrevenue water
– Roughly 15% of this is infrastructure losses
– If they buy R500,000,000 worth of water they loose
R75,000,000 on Municipal leaking infrastructure
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Funding / investment required
• Real Losses (Training Programme)
– Budget rolled over 5 - 8 years is approximately (R18
Billion)
– Bulk of budget (Stipends, Training Costs)
• Real Losses (Infrastructure)
– Revolving loan that all municipalities will pay back with water
savings revenues (R5 Billion)
– The 1% fund can contribute to the revolving loan fund
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Decisions under consideration
• National roll out approach
• Stakeholder identification
• Budget provisions
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