|Question||Answer||Description||Datasource and Evidence||Comment|
|MSTF annual target||Partial Evidence||
What is the annual target to deliver serviced sites?
|National Treasury evaluation, 2016/17||3,796 households per annum|
|Likely to reach the target?||No Evidence||
Is the city government likely to reach its target by 2019 based on annual delivery rate?
|BEPP 2019/2020 review||No clear evidence, but the trajectory over the past years suggests an unlikelihood.|
|Are the specific settlements identified?||Strong Evidence||
Identifying prioritised settlements indicates the city government is making progress.
|BEPP 2019/20 review||Amalinda Forest, Andrew Mlangeni, Barcelona, Bisho-Tyutyu, Dimbaza, Cambridge, Duncan Village, Eluxolweni, Holomisa, Reeston -Jevon, Crossroads, Ladies Park, Lonwabo, Mahlangu, Mbekweni, Mdantshane, Scenery Park, Winnie, Zola Park|
|Are projects prioritised according to NUSP technical support?||Strong Evidence||
There is a high likelihood that NUSP technical support to prioritised projects resulted in more detailed planning, and needs to be incorporated.
|IDP 2019/20 review||32 settlements prioritised|
|# of sites delivered annually||Partial Evidence||
What is the actual number of serviced sites provided?
|BEPP 2019/2020 review||600 sites delivered in 2019|
|Is there an indication that NUSP (Department of Human Settlements) technical support to the city have been incorporated into planning?||Strong Evidence||
NUSP/HDA technical support was provided to all cities (and many other municipalities).
|IDP/ BEPP 2019/20 review||NUSP support is detailed in settlement planning for a selected number of settlements.|
|% of target reached in 2016/17||No Evidence||
What is the percentage of actual vs. target sites delivered?
|BEPP 2019/2020 review||No clear evidence|
|Does the strategy mention national government / MSTF targets towards 2019?||Partial Evidence||
In 2015 the National Department of Human Settlements committed to upgrade 750,000 informal settlement households. Does the city take these targets into account?
|National Treasury evaluation, 2016/17||18,980 households by 2019|