Capital Expenditure Framework Workshop

Updated : April 25, 2019

The department of Cooperative Governance ( IUDF unit) hosted a CEF workshop with  municipalities, sector departments, private sector, provinces and development financial institutions . The workshop was aimed at discussing the value of CEFs in long term planning and CEFSs can  be utilised as a tool to institutionalise long term municipal planning.

Municipalities who are part of the Intermediate cities support programme and have completed their capital expenditure frameworks had the opportunity to present their  draft CEFs which highlight key functional areas and priority development areas within their municipality.

 

 

What is a CEF?

SALGA describes it as: “A consolidated high-level view of infrastructure investment needs in municipalities over a long term period, 10/20 years, while the guidelines for the implementation of the (IUDG) describes the CEF as: “A high-level long-term-infrastructure plan that flows from a spatial development framework. it estimates the level of affordable capital investment by the municipality over the long term.

What is the value of a CEF?

It will provide context for performance measurement against development objectives and outcomes. Engagements with stakeholders will be guided by evidence based planning (reality and affordability)

CEFs  will  also result in the conceptualisation of strategically framed projects that supports the #IUDFobjectives

 

The CEF seeks to answer the following questions

  1. What infrastructure does the municipality currently have?
  2. What is the municipality trying to do with the infrastructure over the next 10 to 20 years.
  3. Wer does the municipality need infrastructure?
  4. What are others spheres of government or service providers planning to do with infrastructure in the municipal area.
  5. How much infrastructure does the municipality need & of what type? 6.
  6. What impact will it have on financial viability

 

 

 

 

These partners have been supporting the IUDF: