Midvaal Local Municipality (GT422)

  • OVERVIEW

    Contact Details

    Postal: PO Box 9, Meyerton, 1960
    Physical: 25 Mitchell Street, Meyerton
    Tel: 016 360 7400
    Fax: 016 360 7519
    Web: www.midvaal.gov.za

    Resident Queries

    Geography, History and Economy

    Area: 1 722km²
    Description: The Midvaal Local Municipality is a Category B municipality situated within the Sedibeng District in the south of the Gauteng Province. The City of Ekurhuleni and City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipalities are situated to the north. It is bordered by the Free State Province to the south and the Mpumalanga Province to the east. It is the biggest municipality of three in the district, making up almost half of its geographical area.
     The spatial structure of the Midvaal municipal area is predominantly that of a rural area, with extensive farming. There are two significant natural features impacting on the physical structure, namely the Suikerbosrand Nature Reserve and the Vaal River, which form the southern boundary of the municipality and the Gauteng Province. Secondary natural features that play a significant role in the development dynamics of the area are the Klip River, Suikerbosrand River and the Vaal Dam.

    Cities/Towns: De Deur/Walkerville, Eikenhof, Meyerton, Vaal Marina
    Main Economic Sectors: Manufacturing (25.1%), community services (22.5%), finance (20.4%), trade (11.4%), transport (6.1%), electricity (5.7%), construction (5.7%), agriculture (2.6%)
  • MAP

  • MANAGEMENT

    Political Management

    Composition of Council: DA 17, ANC 9, EFF 2, VF PLUS 1
    Controlling Party: DA
    Mayor: Mr Bongani Baloyi
    Other Members of Council: Freddie Peters (Speaker), Phil Pretorius (Chief Whip), David Nyaku (Social Services), Patricia Hutcheson (MMC: Finance and Protection), Amelia Tshukudu (Corporate Services), Peter Texeira (MMC: Development and Planning), Dennis Ryder (MMC: Engineering Services)

    Administrative Management

    Municipal Manager: Mr Albert De Klerk
    Chief Financial Officer: Mrs Annette van Schalkwyk
    Communications Officer: Mr Thom Peeters
    LED Officer: Mr Henry Human
    Other Senior Management: Mr Henry Human (Executive Director: Development, Planning and Housing), Mr Steph Coetzee (Executive Director: Engineering Services), Mr Solly Mosidi (Executive Director: Community Services), Mr Eugene Lensley (Executive Director: Protection Services)
  • DEMOGRAPHIC
      20162011
    Population 111 61295 301
    Age Structure
    Population under 15 23.1%23.2%
    Population 15 to 64 68.8%70.5%
    Population over 65 8.1%6.3%
    Dependency Ratio
    Per 100 (15-64) 45.341.9
    Sex Ratio
    Males per 100 females 107.9106.6
    Population Growth
    Per annum 3.59%n/a
    Labour Market
    Unemployment rate (official) n/a18.8%
    Youth unemployment rate (official) 15-34 n/a25.4%
    Education (aged 20 +)
    No schooling 4.0%5.2%
    Matric 39.6%32.1%
    Higher education 14.1%15.2%
    Household Dynamics
    Households 38 04629 965
    Average household size 2.93.0
    Female headed households 28.5%26.3%
    Formal dwellings 82.9%80.2%
    Housing owned 56.5%42.6%
    Household Services
    Flush toilet connected to sewerage 62.6%58.0%
    Weekly refuse removal 82.9%82.1%
    Piped water inside dwelling 62.0%64.9%
    Electricity for lighting 81.9%79.3%

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

  • FINANCIAL
    All values: R'0002016/172015/162014/152013/14
    AUDIT OUTCOME n/aClean audit outcomeClean audit outcomeClean audit outcome
    FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE
    Property rates164 758146 376134 780106 157
    Service charges533 372480 663442 119421 538
    Investment revenue15 7247 6116 0124 851
    Transfers recognised - operational90 11384 17775 41876 148
    Other own revenue59 344101 84091 30479 347
    Total Revenue (excluding capital transfers and contributions)863 311820 668749 632688 041
    Employee costs209 699203 225172 598125 998
    Remuneration of councillors10 6289 5499 0468 741
    Depreciation & asset impairment106 093112 758112 943115 484
    Finance charges18 79618 88818 89916 722
    Materials and bulk purchases286 380348 622257 774280 435
    Transfers and grants20 0152213 8031 494
    Other expenditure257 048182 739226 287160 388
    Total Expenditure908 659876 001801 349709 262
    Surplus/(Deficit)(45 348)(55 333)(51 717)(21 221)
    Transfers recognised - capital28 75138 70430 02728 416
    Contributions recognised - capital & contributed assets(5 090)---
    Surplus/(Deficit) after capital transfers & contributions(21 687)(16 630)(21 690)7 195
    Share of surplus/(deficit) of associate----
    Surplus/(Deficit) for the year(21 687)(16 630)(21 690)7 195
    CAPITAL EXPENDITURE & FUNDS SOURCES
    Capital expenditure84 31882 91668 96986 172
    Transfers recognised - capital40 61237 23729 98235 683
    Public contributions & donations9 03710 9964 5351 068
    Borrowing13 92927 83219 69835 919
    Internally generated funds20 7396 85114 75513 501
    Total sources of capital funds84 31882 91668 96986 172
    FINANCIAL POSITION
    Total current assets251 544240 639208 041226 859
    Total non current assets2 034 6692 060 4162 087 8582 116 095
    Total current liabilities139 053141 418116 559129 888
    Total non current liabilities189 991190 961195 346226 531
    Community wealth/Equity1 957 1691 968 6761 983 9941 986 534
    CASH FLOWS
    Net cash from (used) operating167 642116 02269 96681 818
    Net cash from (used) investing(79 460)(80 075)(66 485)(76 442)
    Net cash from (used) financing(5 735)(11 467)(19 432)45 610
    Cash/cash equivalents at the year end182 447100 00075 52091 471
    UNAUTHORISED, IRREGULAR, FRUITLESS & WASTEFUL EXPENDITURE
    Unauthorised expendituren/a---
    Irregular expendituren/a---
    Fruitless & wasteful expendituren/a---
    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) 203 225172 598125 998151 170126 748
    Remuneration of councillors (R’000) 9 5499 0468 7417 8757 430
     
    Total Employee Positions 730640641632632
    Total Vacant Employee Positions 1422521
    Total Vacancy Percentage 1.92%0.31%0.31%0.79%3.32%
     
    Managerial Positions - S57 77888
    Vacant Managerial Positions - S57 00000
    Managerial Positions - by organogram 3822191916
    Vacant Managerial Positions - by organogram 12230
    Community And Social Service Positions 4171802830
    Vacant Community And Social Service Positions 40001
    Finance And Administration Positions 132139130122111
    Vacant Finance And Administration Positions 00001
    Electricity Positions 4244454452
    Vacant Electricity Positions 00005
    Enviromental Protection Positions 65669
    Vacant Enviromental Protection Positions 10011
    Health Positions 1112141514
    Vacant Health Positions 00000
    Public Safety Positions 121779295101
    Vacant Public Safety Positions 00007
    Road Transport Positions 4645424241
    Vacant Road Transport Positions 20000
    Sport And Recreation Positions 4622483
    Vacant Sport And Recreation Positions 00000
    Waste Management Positions 9484848189
    Vacant Waste Management Positions 20006
    Waste Water Management Positions 5247454839
    Vacant Waste Water Management Positions 20000
    Water Positions 4543404241
    Vacant Water Positions 20010
    Other Positions 4942343478
    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/a94.65n/a84.10
    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 16 43214 42314 29514 15914 108
    Number of domestic households/delivery points 15 33613 56713 41913 18313 137
    Inside the yard 15 33613 56713 41913 18313 137
    Less than 200m from yard 00000
    More than 200m from yard 00000
    Domestic households with access to free basic service 12 26611 90411 61212 52912 512

    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 11 79510 77410 63712 06612 045
    Domestic households with access to free basic service 1 1633646591 038497

    Sewerage and Sanitation
    Green Drop Score n/an/an/a00
    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 15 42213 97413 96313 68410 274
    Number of households using
    Flush toilet - public sewerage 10 74710 0896 9636 4008 836
    Flush toilet - septic tank 21304350500
    Ventilated pit latrine 00000
    Bucket system 00000
    Other 3 9033 2336 3406 6290
    Domestic households with access to free basic service 1 1635356591 038497

    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 17 31216 63514 20213 92314 259
    Domestic households with access to free basic service 1 1635359651 038497

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

  • LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

    Key Projects

    Agro-Processing De Deur; Midvaal Youth Development Forum; Bantu Bonke Agri-Cooperative.

    Key Investment Opportunities

    R59 Development Corridor – premier development corridor in the south, supported by various nodes throughout Midvaal, presents unique investment opportunities in support of the agricultural sector and other key economic sectors; Township Economic Revitalisation Programme – aimed at addressing economic imbalances; Savanna City – mixed income residential development supported by a variety of land use activities, including commercial and retail facilities, opportunities for private schools, private hospitals and other recreational facilities, making this an ideal environment for sustainable investment with a high return on investment.
  • LINKS/RESOURCES
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