Draft Budget 2018/19
Notice is hereby given in terms of Section 23(1) of the Municipal Finance Management Act, Act 56 of 2003, that Frances Baard District Municipality have tabled and adopted the Draft Budget for the 2018/2019 financial year at the Council meeting held on 28 March 2018. Please forward any objections, inputs and/or comments, in writing, to the Municipal Manager. The personnel of the Budget and Treasury office will be available if you need any assistance submitting comments.
Council also hereby invites all stakeholders and local municipality representatives within the district to a consultative meeting.
Date: 03 May 2018
Venue: Council Chambers, Frances Baard District Municipality, Kimberley
To view the draft budget document click on link below:
Draft District Integrated Development Plan; Review 2017/18; Planning 2018/19
Pursuant to the provisions of section 21(1) of the Municipal Systems Act (No. 32 of 2000; section 21(A)(1) of the Municipal Systems Amendment Act (No. 44 of 2003); and section 15(3) of the Municipal Planning and Performance Management Regulations of 2001, the Municipal Manager hereby notifies the general public that the Draft District Integrated Development Plan Review 2017/2018; Planning 2018/2019 was adopted by Council on 28 March 2018.
The public is kindly invited to examine the document and submit comments or representations to the municipality not later than 26 April 2018.
To view the draft IDP document click on link below:
For more information contact your local environmental health practitioners:
Mr Kenny Lucas – Tel: 053 838 0970
Mrs Tshwaro Mothibi – Tel: 053 838 0907
Mrs Masego Thebe—Tel: 053 838 0967
Ms Tshegofatso Setlhare—Tel: 053 838 0967
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The district municipality is a government institution committed to working with citizens and groups within the community to find sustainable ways of meeting their social, economic and material needs and improving the quality of their lives.
Local Governments are clearly one of the nation’s fundamental democratic institutions. Inclusive and effective democratic processes can most readily be achieved at the local level through participatory, transparent, management of public resources and joint community development projects.
In South Africa, local governments are responsible for stimulating local economic development and for providing people with basic services.
The basic services include water, electricity, sanitation, affordable housing and basic health care.
In terms of the Constitution of Republic of South Africa, 1996 and various acts flowing from it, the District Municipality is required to structure and manage its administration and budgeting and planning processes to give priority to the basic needs of the community, to promote the social and economic development of the community and to participate in national and provincial development programmes. The municipality to this end must provide vision and leadership for all those who have a role to play in the development of the municipality.
To be a municipality with a clear developmental focus to improve the quality of life of all the communities in the district.
“The Frances Baard District Municipality is committed to provide and improve the quality of services and therefore improve the lives of all its communities by:
- Promoting Social and Economic Development
- Providing and maintaining affordable and optimal quality services
- The economic, efficient and effective utilisation of all its available resources, and;
- Effective Stakeholders and Democratic Community Participation”
Informational Powerpoint Presentations
- Challenges Facing Small Businesses
- EPWP Phase III Enterprise Development Policy Framework
- Preferential Procurement – BWASA Training
- Ethics in business
- Ethics presentation