Dr Beyers Naudé Local Municipality (EC101)

Baviaans Local Municipality and Ikwezi Local Municipality were merged into Camdeboo Local Municipality and renamed Dr Beyers Naudé Local Municipality on 3 August 2016. The Financial, Employment and Service Delivery information displayed here only includes figures for Camdeboo Local Municipality. View historical information for Baviaans Local Municipality and Ikwezi Local Municipality.

  • OVERVIEW

    Contact Details

    Postal: PO Box 71, Graaff-Reinet, 6280
    Physical: 12 Church Square, Graaff-Reinet
    Tel: 049 807 5700
    Fax: 049 892 4319
    Web: www.camdeboo.gov.za

    Resident Queries

    Geography, History and Economy

    Area: 12 422km²
    Description: Dr Beyers Naudé Local Municipality (previously Camdeboo Local Municipality) is a Category B municipality situated in the Sarah Baartman District in the west of the Eastern Cape Province. It is the largest municipality of seven in the district, making up half of its geographical area.
     Graaff-Reinet, the fourth-oldest town in South Africa and referred to as the ‘Gem of the Karoo', is a hub of agritourism activity. It is the seat of the Municipal Council and is also the centre where the largest concentration of the population live and work. Each town has unique dynamics and attractions that draw visitors from far and wide, some of whom have made this their home.
     The municipality is strategically situated as a portal to the mystical Karoo in an area renowned for its pristine natural environment, rich heritage, and diverse peoples and cultures. The area boasts a number of popular tourist attractions, beautiful landscapes and a healthy climate.

    Cities/Towns: Aberdeen, Adendorp, Graaff-Reinet, Jansenville, Kendrew, Klipplaat, Nieu-Bethesda, Rietbron, Steytlerville, Waterford, Willowmore
    Main Economic Sectors: Community services, agriculture, tourism, finance, transport, trade, manufacturing, construction
  • MAP

  • MANAGEMENT

    Political Management

    Composition of Council: ANC 14, DA 13
    Controlling Party: ANC
    Mayor: Mr Deon de Vos
    Other Members of Council: Thembisa Nonnies (Speaker), Ms Angeline Booysen (Chief Whip)

    Administrative Management

    Municipal Manager: Rev Noel Pietersen
  • DEMOGRAPHIC
      20162011
    Population 82 19779 292
    Age Structure
    Population under 15 32.9%30.2%
    Population 15 to 64 61.1%62.9%
    Population over 65 6.0%6.8%
    Dependency Ratio
    Per 100 (15-64) 63.658.9
    Sex Ratio
    Males per 100 females 95.294.9
    Population Growth
    Per annum 0.82%n/a
    Labour Market
    Unemployment rate (official) n/an/a
    Youth unemployment rate (official) 15-34 n/an/a
    Education (aged 20 +)
    No schooling 5.4%8.8%
    Matric 25.3%17.6%
    Higher education 5.3%7.3%
    Household Dynamics
    Households 20 74819 922
    Average household size 4.03.7
    Female headed households 40.2%38.7%
    Formal dwellings 95.6%95.3%
    Housing owned 65.6%56.4%
    Household Services
    Flush toilet connected to sewerage 91.2%78.1%
    Weekly refuse removal 88.3%80.9%
    Piped water inside dwelling 52.5%56.7%
    Electricity for lighting 95.1%92.1%

    Note: For information on methodology, sources and definitions please see Sources.

  • FINANCIAL
    All values: R'0002016/172015/162014/152013/14
    AUDIT OUTCOME n/aFinancially unqualified with findingsFinancially unqualified with findingsFinancially unqualified with findings
    FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE
    Property rates27 75321 48120 10317 171
    Service charges141 355106 300103 04295 599
    Investment revenue1 1789102 2992 578
    Transfers recognised - operational112 39449 84146 00865 831
    Other own revenue10 1869 64811 19614 732
    Total Revenue (excluding capital transfers and contributions)292 866188 180182 649195 911
    Employee costs100 68376 23677 83955 362
    Remuneration of councillors7 1224 2864 0863 505
    Depreciation & asset impairment-41 08140 97239 782
    Finance charges----
    Materials and bulk purchases73 91855 66347 65443 697
    Transfers and grants14182318
    Other expenditure66 76163 93679 80756 630
    Total Expenditure248 498241 220250 380198 995
    Surplus/(Deficit)44 369(53 040)(67 731)(3 083)
    Transfers recognised - capital53 60817 23727 392-
    Contributions recognised - capital & contributed assets----
    Surplus/(Deficit) after capital transfers & contributions97 977(35 803)(40 338)(3 083)
    Share of surplus/(deficit) of associate----
    Surplus/(Deficit) for the year97 977(35 803)(40 338)(3 083)
    CAPITAL EXPENDITURE & FUNDS SOURCES
    Capital expenditure19 98434 55928 24037 633
    Transfers recognised - capital19 98317 66514 09019 383
    Public contributions & donations---5 535
    Borrowing----
    Internally generated funds116 89414 15012 715
    Total sources of capital funds19 98434 55928 24037 633
    FINANCIAL POSITION
    Total current assets128 84431 63255 03986 240
    Total non current assets655 544643 774650 070665 559
    Total current liabilities49 69437 29138 03128 631
    Total non current liabilities34 38534 70139 628-
    Community wealth/Equity700 310603 415627 451723 168
    CASH FLOWS
    Net cash from (used) operating6 6184 87420 57424 580
    Net cash from (used) investing(5 600)(24 556)(27 265)(37 230)
    Net cash from (used) financing-11252254
    Cash/cash equivalents at the year end-1 70821 38027 818
    UNAUTHORISED, IRREGULAR, FRUITLESS & WASTEFUL EXPENDITURE
    Unauthorised expendituren/a-14 31420 092
    Irregular expendituren/a111-1 164
    Fruitless & wasteful expendituren/a641495
    SOURCES71 UnauditedS71 AuditedS71 AuditedS71 Audited

    Note: For information on methodology, sources and definitions please see Sources.

  • EMPLOYMENT
      2015/162014/152013/142012/132011/12
    Employment
    Employment Costs (R’000) 76 23677 83955 36254 58151 362
    Remuneration of councillors (R’000) 4 2864 0863 5052 9522 714
     
    Total Employee Positions 372380369418357
    Total Vacant Employee Positions 4836287610
    Total Vacancy Percentage 12.90%9.47%7.59%18.18%2.80%
     
    Managerial Positions - S57 44444
    Vacant Managerial Positions - S57 11100
    Managerial Positions - by organogram 16166618
    Vacant Managerial Positions - by organogram 18000
    Community And Social Service Positions 483737198150
    Vacant Community And Social Service Positions 444280
    Finance And Administration Positions 8096917680
    Vacant Finance And Administration Positions 1077170
    Electricity Positions 3328283224
    Vacant Electricity Positions 24431
    Enviromental Protection Positions 56600
    Vacant Enviromental Protection Positions 01100
    Health Positions 0555501
    Vacant Health Positions 01101
    Public Safety Positions 171515189
    Vacant Public Safety Positions 13330
    Road Transport Positions 73585800
    Vacant Road Transport Positions 133300
    Sport And Recreation Positions 00000
    Vacant Sport And Recreation Positions 00000
    Waste Management Positions 5430304137
    Vacant Waste Management Positions 1000100
    Waste Water Management Positions 000019
    Vacant Waste Water Management Positions 00005
    Water Positions 4235354315
    Vacant Water Positions 644153
    Other Positions 00400
    Vacant Other Positions 00000

    Note: For information on methodology, sources and definitions please see Sources.

  • SERVICE DELIVERY
      2015/162014/152013/142012/132011/12
    Water
    Blue Drop Score n/an/a61.01n/a51.65
    Is the municipality responsible to provide? YesYesYesYesYes
    Does the municipality have infrastructure to provide? YesYesYesYesYes
    Does the municipality actually provide? YesYesYesYesYes
    Is the service outsourced/commercialised? NoNoNoNoNo
    Number of households and non-domestic customers to which provided 10 49810 4349 5949 15910 170
    Number of domestic households/delivery points 9 7219 6579 5949 15910 170
    Inside the yard 9 6189 5549 2538 6779 829
    Less than 200m from yard 103103341141341
    More than 200m from yard 0003410
    Domestic households with access to free basic service 5 3335 2724 5428 57510 170

    Electricity
    Is the municipality responsible to provide? YesYesYesYesYes
    Does the municipality have infrastructure to provide? YesYesYesYesYes
    Does the municipality actually provide? YesYesYesYesYes
    Is the service outsourced/commercialised? YesYesYesYesYes
    Number of households and non-domestic customers to which provided 12 23512 23511 26413 24413 244
    Domestic households with access to free basic service 3 2713 1822 6502 6501 409

    Sewerage and Sanitation
    Green Drop Score n/an/a0n/a0
    Is the municipality responsible to provide? YesYesYesYesYes
    Does the municipality have infrastructure to provide? YesYesYesYesYes
    Does the municipality actually provide? YesYesYesYesYes
    Is the service outsourced/commercialised? NoNoNoNoNo
    Number of households and non-domestic customers to which provided 11 93711 81811 81810 64010 040
    Number of households using
    Flush toilet - public sewerage 9 6739 5549 25310 2399 639
    Flush toilet - septic tank 527527527212212
    Ventilated pit latrine 1 7191 7192 020189189
    Bucket system 00000
    Other 00000
    Domestic households with access to free basic service 5 3335 2524 4024 4021 409

    Solid Waste Services
    Is the municipality responsible to provide? YesYesYesYesYes
    Does the municipality have infrastructure to provide? YesYesYesYesYes
    Does the municipality actually provide? YesYesYesYesYes
    Is the service outsourced/commercialised? NoNoNoNoNo
    Number of households and non-domestic customers to which provided 11 0008 6538 65310 50510 505
    Domestic households with access to free basic service 5 3335 2524 5754 5751 409

    Note: For information on methodology, sources and definitions please see Sources.

  • LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

    Key Projects

    Camdeboo Satellite Aquaculture Project (catfish grown in tunnels, to be canned as pilchards and minced in pouches); development of long distance bus terminal and taxi rank in Goedhals Square.

    Key Investment Opportunities

    Camdeboo Township Tourism – piloting of Royal Block in Umasizakhe as a heritage tourism site and the development of the Heroes Route; the Giant Flag Project – planting of succulent plants and cacti in the colours of the South African flag, in the image of the National flag; solar alternative energy, conferencing facilities and small businesses.
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