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1
Briefing the Portfolio Committee on Water and
Sanitation on Interventions to improve water
supply in Wards 24, 25, 26, 27 and 34 of
Tzaneen Presented by L Kobe Designation
Provincial Head Limpopo Date 4 November 2015
PRESENTATION TITLE Presented by Name
Surname Directorate Date
2
CONTENTS
  • Purpose
  • Background
  • Demography of the Wards
  • Water Resources Overview
  • Status of Bulk water Supply
  • Ground Water Status
  • Status of Water Projects
  • Other interventions
  • Challenges
  • Recommendations

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1. PURPOSE
To give a brief report on the status of water
supply at wards 24, 25, 26, 27 and 34 villages
within the Greater Tzaneen Local Municipality
under Mopani District Municipality in Limpopo
Province  
4
2. BACKGROUND
  • The five wards falls under Ritavi
    II/Tours/Thabina Regional Water Scheme which is a
    scheme above R100 million getting their water
    supply from 3 water treatment works with a total
    design capacity of 40Ml/day and currently
    producing an average of 38,2Ml/day and 108
    boreholes.


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3.DEMOGRAPHY OF THE WARDS (as per STATS SA 2011)
  •  

WARD POPULATION NUMBER OF VILLAGES NAMES OF VILLAGES
24 14 752 3 Muhlava/Sasekani Zangoma Petanenge
25 9 473 5 Mafarana Bourdeux Ntsako/Bonn Sedan Mulati
26 11 767 6 Tours/Masoma Hoveni Rhulani Solani Nyanyukani Hweetsi/Sebela
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3.DEMOGRAPHY OF THE WARDS (Cont.)
  •  

WARD POPULATION NUMBER OF VILLAGES NAMES OF VILLAGES
27 22 472 10 Makhubidung Mokgapeng Shoromoni (Population not known) Ezekhaya /Shilubane Matshilapata Serotutung (Population not known) Hospitalview Mineview Senkwana Malekeke (Population not known)
34 18 900 5 Khopo Lephepane Thabina (Mogoboya) Rasebalane Topanama
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4. WATER RESOURCE
  • Thabina Dam which is 41.18 full
  • Tours Dam which is 53.00 full
  • Groot Letaba River
  • Ground water augmentation

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5. STATUS OF BULK WATER SUPPLY
  • 5.1. The status of the Nkowa Nkowa Water
    Treatment Works is as follows
  • The design capacity of the plant is 24 Ml/d
  • The plant is operated by Lepelle Northern Water
    Board
  • The plant abstracts raw water from the Groot
    Letaba River
  • The plant pumps purified water to the main 2 x 20
    Mega litre reservoirs situated at Dan Village.
    The plant supplies a total of 24 reservoirs with
    a total capacity of 54, 3 Megaliters


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5. STATUS OF BULK WATER SUPPLY (Cont)
  • The plant supplies 21 villages which are Bonn,
    Mafarana, Sedan, Ntsako, Co- Op, Dan, Khujwani
    North, Lefara, Mhangweni, Mariveni, Muhlava Head
    Kraal, Muhlava Cross, Mulati, Nkowankowa Town,
    Petanenge, Rita, Zangoma, Sasekani, Sasekani
    North West, Mogolobotho and Dan Low Cost housing
    units

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THE STATUS OF THE NKOWA NKOWA WATER TREATMENT
(Cont.)
  • However bulk water no longer reaches the
    reservoirs of the majority of the villages
    because of lack of water conservation and demand
    management as well as uncontrolled unauthorized
    connections on the bulk pipelines.
  • The total population figures for all villages
    supplied is 122 890
  • Plant water production with l/c/d for the past 6
    months
  • The figures above indicate that there is enough
    water for the communities within the area of
    supply 

Month April 2015 May 2015 June 2015 July 2015 August 2015 September 2015
Production in Ml/month 644 680 612 633 632 618
l/c/d 175 185 166 172 172 168
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5. STATUS OF BULK WATER SUPPLY (cont.)
  • 5.2. The status of the Tours Water Treatment
    Works is as follows
  • The design capacity of the plant is 4 Ml/d
  • The plant abstracts raw water from the Tours Dam.
  • The plant supplies a total of 25 reservoirs with
    a total capacity of 8, 7 Megaliters
  • The plant supplies 16 villages which are
    Bordeaux, Hoveni, Maselapata, Mashilwane, Matawa,
    Mogapeng, New Nyanyukani, New Phepheng, Pharare,
    Rhulani, Sebela, Shiluvane, Solani, Makhubidung,
    Myakayaka and Sunnyside.
  • The total population figures for all villages
    supplied is 43 961


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5. STATUS OF BULK WATER SUPPLY (cont.)
  • Plant water production with l/c/d for the past 6
    months.
  • The figures above indicate that there is enough
    water for the communities within the area of
    supply
  • A contractor is on site to upgrade the plant
    through Mig funding.

Month April 2015 May 2015 June 2015 July 2015 August 2015 September 2015
Production in Ml/month 200 244 220 264 246 235
l/c/d 152 185 167 200 186 178

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5. STATUS OF BULK WATER SUPPLY (Cont.)
  • 5.3. The status of the Thabina Water Treatment
    Works is as follows
  • The design capacity of the plant is 12 Ml/d
  • The plant abstracts raw water from the Thabina
    Dam
  • The plant supplies a total of 27 reservoirs with
    a total capacity of 11,6Megaliters
  • The plant supplies 17 villages which are
    Craighead, Galidekela, Khujwane South, Lenyenye
    Town, Lephephane, Long Valley, Maake, Marumafase,
    Matlala, Mogoboya, Moime, New Co Op, Ramalema,
    Serare, Thabina Valley, Uplands, and Yosmite.
  • The total population figures for all villages
    supplied is 58 450


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5. STATUS OF BULK WATER SUPPLY (Cont.)
  • Plant water production with l/c/d for the past 6
    months
  • The figures above indicate that there is enough
    water for the communities within the area of
    supply

Month April 2015 May 2015 June 2015 July 2015 August 2015 September 2015
Production in Ml/month 440 506 455 316 428 291
l/c/d 251 288 260 180 244 166

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6. GROUND WATER STATUS
Category Ward 24 Ward 25 Ward 26 Ward 27 Ward 34 Total
Total number 19 42 12 15 20 108
Total operational 6 13 3 8 3 29
Total non operational 13 29 9 7 17 79
operational 31 31 25 53 15 27
non operational 69 69 75 47 85 73
Motor stolen 3 1 4
Engine stolen 3 6 1 10
Dry 1 1 2
Collapsed 1 1 2 4
Cable stolen 1 1
Transformer stolen 1 1 5 8
OM 5 18 7 3 12 45
Electrification 1 1 2
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7. STATUS OF WATER PROJECT
  • 7.1. Tours Bulk Water Scheme which entails the
    upgrading of the plant
  • Scope of work
  • Upgrading of Tours water treatment works, the
    project will benefit the following villages
    Bordeaux, Hoveni, Maselapata, Mashilwane, Matawa,
    Mogapeng, New Nyanyukani, New Phepheng, Pharare,
    Rhulani, Sebela, Shiluvane, Solani, Makhubidung,
    Myakayaka and Sunnyside

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STATUS OF WATER PROJECT(Cont.)
  • 7.2. Other project in Tours is the bulk line and
    reticulation to the villages within Tours supply
    area. Scope of work
  • Scope of work
  • Upgrading of Tours bulk line
  • The technical Report at assessment stage.

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STATUS OF WATER PROJECT (Cont.)
  • 7.3. Lephepane Bulk Water Scheme is under
    implementation but MDM has submitted another
    technical report for the same scope (with some
    additional scope). DWS is busy working on the new
    submission
  • Scope of work
  • Refurbishment of reservoir, boreholes, bulk lines
    and construction of new bulk lines, repair and
    replace existing valves construction of booster
    pump station in Lenyenye.
  • Progress
  • ? Construction is at 16
  • ? Financial is 17

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8. OTHER INTERVENTIONS
  • 10 boreholes have been repaired under Accelerated
    Water Services Program (AWSP)
  • 17 boreholes have been repaired under Municipal
    Water Infrastructure grant (MWIG)
  • A committee has been established between DWS,
    COGHsTA to speed up the assessments of technical
    reports including the Specialised Engineers from
    National Office
  • Mopani DM has cpommenced with removal of
    unauthoraised/illegal connections (Mohlava
    Village) with intention to further rollout to
    other wards

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9. CHALLENGES
  • Bulk water supply Ageing infra structure,
    vandalism of infra- structure, unauthorized
    connections( some are leaking) on the bulk supply
    pipelines, unauthorized reticulation pipelines,
    theft and vandalism of stand pipes, rising number
    of car wash informal businesses which are
    illegally connected to the supply system all
    contribute to the un-sustainability of bulk water
    in the supply area
  • Reticulation pipelines The reticulation
    pipelines are not adequate in all villages. The
    villages have grown and the reticulation systems
    no longer cover 100 of the villages
  • Low dam levels
  • Late completion of MIG projects
  • Non compliance of technical reports
  • Most of the boreholes repaired under MWIG and
    AWCP are vandalised

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CHALLENGES (CONT)
  • Reticulation pipelines The reticulation
    pipelines are not adequate in all villages. The
    villages have grown and the reticulation systems
    no longer cover 100 of the villages
  • Low dam levels
  • Late completion of MIG projects
  • Non-compliance of technical reports
  • Most of the boreholes repaired under MWIG and
    AWCP are vandalised

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10. RECOMMENDATIONS
  • In the light of the above information, it is
    recommended that
  • Funding be sourced for the replacement of Ageing
    infrastructure
  • Implementation of by-laws to curb up illegal
    connections.
  • Awareness be intensified on impact coursed by
    Vandalism and Theft of pumping equipments.
  • Implementation of water restrictions due low dam
    levels.

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Thank youNa vonga
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