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IDP Roadshow 2015

IDP Roadshow 2015

Edumbe Municipality IDP roadshow, getting the community involved, view the IDP by going to 'Documents Library' and click 'Integrated Development...

Cleanup on action

Cleanup on action

Even the Hon. Mayor, other Councillors, Municipal Manager, Directors and other officials were part of the successful clean up campaign. 

  • IDP Roadshow 2015

    IDP Roadshow 2015

    Tuesday, 26 May 2015 08:39
  • Cleanup on action

    Cleanup on action

    Tuesday, 07 April 2015 06:32

IDP and Budget Roadshows

The IDP and Budget road shows for 2015/2016 started on the 04th of May 2015 and ended on the 14th of May 2015 where the Municipal Councillors led by the Hon. Mayor Cllr. BM Nxusa and the municipal officials visited all 08 wards of éDumbe to listen to the needs of the community with the purpose of prioritising them and including them to the 2015/2016 IDP and allocate the budget to achieve those particular needs thereof. 


The community had raised a number of needs which some of them were included in a wish list and others were prioritized to be implemented in the 2015/2016 financial year. The Council has then approved the following MIG projects to be implemented in the 2015/2016 financial year as means to meet the needs of the community:

1.     Vulamehlo SMME development

2.     Kerk street (rehabilitation)

3.     Kwavova hall           

4.     Fencing of Tholakele cemetry

5.     Kwagamakazi hall

6.     Regravelling of Mahlosana road

7.     Regravelling of oPhuzane road

8.     Rehabilitation of taxi rank and toilets

9.     Regravelling of Mangosuthu road

10.  Regravelling of Bilanyoni road

11.  Brech creche

12.  Madulin creche 

13.  Bilanyoni High Mast

ÉDumbe put forward the needs of the community. Hence the Hon. Mayor came with a motto saying “iDumbe Ngelami, Ngelakho, Ngelethu Sonke” which is a massive drive that makes the Council of éDumbe to work restlessly to achieve the goals of the municipality by implementing the needs of the community. 

 

About Edumbe Municipality

éDumbe Municipality is situated in the north-western part of KwaZulu-Natal. It covers a geographical area of 1 947 km² and is home to a population of about 101 607. The municipal area of jurisdiction is demarcated into 8 wards which is predominantly rural in nature. Furthermore, the éDumbe Municipal area comprises of 52 settlements in total, which includes 48 dispersed rural settlements, 3 urban areas and one major town. The major town/urban centre are Paulpietersburg/Dumbe, located in relation to the national road and rail networks. A graphical representation of this information is indicated in the map below along with 3 maps which indicate éDumbe Local Municipality’s location in relation to the Republic of South Africa, Province of KwaZulu Natal and the Zululand District.

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Our Vision

By 2026 éDumbe Municipality will be economically viable to provide adequate services to its communities

Our Mission


éDumbe Municipality seeks to improve economic base by exploring the unique industrial, agricultural and tourism potential within its jurisdiction while protecting the natural resources for succeeding generations

 

Foreword by the Municipal Manager

The well functioning of the Municipality is based on efficiency and effectiveness of resources which include the personnel and the equipment being used. By observing the previous annual report for 2011 there are indications of a great improvement when comparing with other previous years' reports. There was no magic in achieving this but it was through becoming committed, dedicated and think positive for positive results. The commitment was demonstrated by both Officials and the Honourable Councillors. In our Municipality we strongly observe the MFMA which regulates the way in which Municipality funds should managed. By accurate keeping of record of all departments up to date makes it easy for the Auditor-General to make us achieve unqualified audit opinion as it happened in the annual report for 2011. 

As a rural based Municipality with huge population we are always hoping to get assistance if possible from the National Treasury through the help of Auditor-General to fund our activities. As a rural Municipality we are not generating much revenue, this has negative impact in service delivery because the needs of the people are more than the revenue we get and the majority claim to be indigent relief. Click here to Read more

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Community Halls - 4.7%
Government Houses - 16.8%
Public Schools - 9.3%
Water Services - 13.1%
Public Clinics - 1.9%
Public Roads - 36.4%
Electricity - 17.8%

Total votes: 107
The voting for this poll has ended on: 30 May 2015 - 00:00

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