City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality (JHB)
PO Box 1049, Johannesburg, 2000Physical:
158 Civic Boulevard, Braamfontein, JohannesburgTel:
011 407 6111Fax:
011 403 8723Web: www.joburg.org.za
City of Johannesburg Metropolitan Municipality is located in Gauteng province. Johannesburg is the most advanced commercial city in Africa and the engine room of the South African and regional economy. It is a city with a unique, African character, world-class infrastructure in the fields of telecommunications, transportation, water and power, and with globally-competitive health care and educational facilities. However, the city is also one of contrasts – home to both wealthy and poor, residents and refugees, global corporations and emerging enterprises. The demographics of Johannesburg indicate a large and ethnically diverse metropolitan area. As the largest city in South Africa, its population is defined by a long history of local and international migration. Johannesburg is home to more than 4,4 million people, accounting for about 36% of Gauteng's population and 8% of the national population. Over the last decade the city has been growing. A key contributor to this is that the city continues to attract people from other provinces, and internationally, who are looking for better economic opportunities and quality of life. The population pyramid indicates that the city’s population is predominantly young. This can be attributed to migration from other parts of the country as young people look for jobs. Johannesburg is considered the economic hub of South Africa and is often the first choice of destination by job seekers across the country.
Alexandra, Diepkloof, Diepsloot, Ennerdale, Johannesburg, Johannesburg South, Lawley, Lenasia, Lenasia South, Meadowlands East, Meadowlands West, Midrand, Orange Farm, Pimville, Randburg, Roodepoort, Sandton, Soweto
Main Economic Sectors:
Finance and business services, community services, manufacturing, trade (collectively 82%)
Demographic Information Population:
4 434 827Households:
1 434 856Population Growth:
3.18% p.a. Unemployment Rate:
Political ManagementComposition of Council:
ANC 154 , DA 89, IFP 4, COPE 3, NFP 2, ACDP 1, APC 1, AJ 1, AZAPO 1, OKM 1, PAC 1, UDM 1, FF+ 1Mayor:
Mr Mpho Parks TauOther Members of Council:
Constance Bapela (Speaker), Prema Naidoo (Chief Whip), Mlungiseli Ngalonkulu (Deputy Chief Whip), Roslynn Greeff (MMC: Development Planning), Nonceba Molwele (MMC: Health and Human Development), Matshidiso Mfikoe (MMC: Environment, Infrastructure and Services), Sello Lemao (MMC: Public Safety), Christine Walters (MMC: Transport), Dan Bovu (MMC: Housing), Chris Vondo (MMC: Community Development), Geoffrey Makhubo (MMC: Finance), Mally Mokoena (MMC: Group Corporate and Shared Services)
Administrative ManagementMunicipal Manager:
Mr Trevor FowlerChief Financial Officer:
Mr Reggie BoqoCommunications Officer:
Nabintu Petsana (Group Head: Group Communications)LED Officer:
Ravi NaidooOther Senior Management:
Hennie Labuschagne (Acting Executive Director: Group Corporate and Shared Services), Ravi Naidoo (Executive Director: Economic Development), Dudu Maseko (Executive Director: Community Development), Tiaan Elhers (Environment, Infrastructure and Services), Wandile Zwane (Group Head: Social Development), Yondela Silimela (Executive Head: Development Planning), Thabo Maisela (Executive Director: Housing), Lisa Seftel (Executive Director: Transport), Dr Refik Bismilla (Executive Director: Health), Lungelwa Sonqishe (Executive Head: Revenue and Customer Relations Management), Khomotso Letsatsi (Group Head: Treasury and Financial Strategy), Nonto Hadebe (Group Strategy, Policy and Relations), Mbulelo Ruda (Group Head: Legal and Contracts), Sinaye Nxumalo (Executive Director: Group Audit, Risk and Compliance), Vicky Shuping (Acting Group Head: Customer Relations and Urban Management), Bryne Maduka (Group Head: Group Governance)
|All values: R'000||2013/14||2012/13||2011/12|
|AUDIT OUTCOME ||n/a||Financially unqualified with findings||Qualified audit opinion|
|Property rates||7 726 603||6 034 946||5 539 477|
|Service charges||18 672 483||19 220 098||18 601 300|
|Investment revenue||435 975||533 600||426 660|
|Transfers recognised - operational||5 202 386||4 677 371||5 852 171|
|Other own revenue||3 230 838||2 377 247||2 951 767|
|Total Revenue (excluding capital transfers and contributions)||35 268 285||32 843 262||33 371 375|
|Employee costs||8 083 431||7 450 682||7 098 305|
|Remuneration of councillors||120 639||110 411||98 291|
|Depreciation & asset impairment||1 723 035||1 997 802||1 717 514|
|Finance charges||1 368 317||1 477 487||1 606 887|
|Materials and bulk purchases||11 636 543||11 113 587||10 147 417|
|Transfers and grants||324 525||153 955||132 957|
|Other expenditure||11 230 039||9 171 656||8 851 745|
|Total Expenditure||34 486 530||31 475 580||29 653 116|
|Surplus/(Deficit)||781 755||1 367 682||3 718 259|
|Transfers recognised - capital||2 547 289||2 146 506||1 688 215|
|Contributions recognised - capital & contributed assets||-||-||-|
|Surplus/(Deficit) after capital transfers & contributions||3 329 044||3 514 188||5 406 474|
|Share of surplus/(deficit) of associate||-||-||-|
|Surplus/(Deficit) for the year||3 329 044||3 514 188||5 406 474|
|CAPITAL EXPENDITURE & FUNDS SOURCES|
|Capital expenditure||6 591 887||4 226 183||3 606 495|
|Transfers recognised - capital||2 464 581||2 352 709||2 329 419|
|Public contributions & donations||160 532||-||-|
|Borrowing||1 225 497||1 271 488||930 797|
|Internally generated funds||2 741 277||601 986||346 279|
|Total sources of capital funds||6 591 887||4 226 183||3 606 495|
|Total current assets||12 152 596||13 879 455||9 848 368|
|Total non current assets||50 384 770||46 294 826||43 070 837|
|Total current liabilities||11 304 701||13 394 792||10 913 003|
|Total non current liabilities||16 731 921||16 358 977||15 144 138|
|Community wealth/Equity||34 500 744||30 420 512||26 862 064|
|Net cash from (used) operating||4 917 233||8 652 968||4 915 328|
|Net cash from (used) investing||(5 746 547)||(5 162 808)||(4 075 853)|
|Net cash from (used) financing||821 451||(309 146)||639 881|
|Cash/cash equivalents at the year end||4 966 394||5 400 918||2 174 445|
|UNAUTHORISED, IRREGULAR, FRUITLESS & WASTEFUL EXPENDITURE|
|Unauthorised expenditure||n/a||-||167 144|
|Irregular expenditure||n/a||208 975||348 568|
|Fruitless & wasteful expenditure||n/a||6 117||1 144|
|SOURCE||S71 Unaudited||S71 Audited||S71 Audited|
- S71 Unaudited figures are sourced from the MFMA S71 4th Quarter Schedule C reports, made available by the National Treasury. The schedules are available at http://mfma.treasury.gov.za/Media_Releases/s71/Pages/default.aspx.
- S71 Audited figures are prior year audited figures sourced from the MFMA S71 Schedule C reports.
- If the relevant S71 Schedule C figures are unavailable, prior year audited figures may be taken from the relevant Audited Financial Statements. The source is then indicated as AFS. Links are provided under the Resources section on this site.
- S71 Schedule C reports are in the format for monthly and quarterly municipal financial statements as prescribed by the Municipal Budget and Reporting Regulations. S71 Schedule C figures are standardised to the prescribed format and may differ from figures shown in the Audited Financial Statements. Where we have captured figures directly from the Audited Financial Statements, we have endeavoured to follow the S71 Schedule C format.
- Unauthorised, Irregular, Fruitless and Wasteful Expenditure is sourced from the Consolidated general report on the audit outcomes of local government, published annually by the Auditor-General South Africa. If the figures are unavailable in this report, they may be sourced from the Annual Financial Statements of the relevant municipality.
- All figures are rounded to the nearest R'000. R0 values are reflected as ‘-’. Values that are unavailable are reflected as ‘n/a’.
Tenders are advertised on the municipal website and print media. Quotations are advertised on the municipal notice board, as well as the website, for a period of seven days for quotations above R30 000 and below R200 000. Quotations below R30 000 are advertised for three days on the website and on the notice board.
LED ActivitiesKey Projects:
City’s ten priorities: financial sustainability and resilience; agriculture and food security; sustainable human settlements; SMME and entrepreneurial support; engaged active citizenry; resource sustainability; smart city investment attraction, retention and expansion; green economy; safer cities.Key Investment Opportunities:
Promotion and support of investment along transit corridors and nodes.
Links/ResourcesMunicipal TendersMunicipal VacanciesAnnual ReportsAnnual Report 2012/13Annual Report 2011/12Audited Financial StatementsAFS 2012/13AFS 2011/12AFS 2010/11Integrated Development PlansIDP 2012/13IDP 2011/12MFMA Section 71 – Schedule CSchedule C 2013/14Schedule C 2012/13Schedule C 2011/12
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