CLLR Linda Dhlamini
• Review and evaluate those needs in order of priority.
• Recommend to the municipal council strategies, programmed and services to address priority needs through the integrated development plan, and the estimates of revenue and expenditure, taking into account any applicable national and provincial development plans: and
• Recommend or determine the best way. including partnership and other 20 approaches. to deliver those strategies: programmes and services to the maximum benefit of the community.
1. Identify and develop criteria in terms of which progress in the implementation of the strategies. programs and services referred to in subsection (2)(c) can 25 be evaluated. including key performance indicators which are specific to the municipality and common to local government in general
2. Evaluate progress against the key performance indicators.
3. Review the performance of the municipality in order to improve:
• The economy, efficiency and effectiveness of the municipality,
• The efficiency of credit control and revenue and debt collection services, and
• The implementation of the municipality by-laws.
4. Monitor the management of the municipality’s administration in accordance with the directions of the municipal council.
5. Oversee the provision of services to communities in the municipality in a sustainable manner.
6. Perform such duties and exercise such powers as the council may delegate to the executive mayor in terms of section 32.
7. Annually report on the involvement of communities and community organisations in the affairs of the municipality.
8. Ensure that regard is given to public views and report on the effect of consultation on the decisions of the council.
9. An executive mayor must perform a ceremonial role as the municipal council may determine.
10. An executive mayor must report to the municipal council on all decisions taken by the executive mayor.
11. The deputy executive mayor of a municipality exercises the powers and performs the duties of the executive mayor if the executive mayor is absent or not available or if the office of the executive mayor is vacant.
12. If the executive mayor is absent or not available and the municipality does not have a deputy executive mayor, or the deputy executive mayor is also absent or not available, the council must designate a councillor to act as executive mayor.