Office of the Municipal Manager

Municipal Manager : Dr V Tsako

Internal Audit

The Internal Audit Activity (IAA) of the municipality is established and regulated by section 165 of the Municipal Finance Management Act No. 56 of 2003 (as amended) (MFMA) read together with the MFMA Circular no. 65 of 2012 issued by the National Treasury and by the Municipal Systems Act, No. 32 of 2000 (MSA).

The subsection’s mission is to provide independent objective assurance and consulting insights on the effectiveness, economy and efficiency of UMdoni Municipality’s governance, risk and controls in order to create and drive innovation, responsiveness and sustainability of the service delivery value chain.

PMS Unit

The PMS Unit coordinates all activities for the monitoring, measuring and reporting of performance achievements set out in the organisational Performance Scorecard and Departmental Performance achievements as set out in the Service Delivery Budget Implementation Plan (SDBIP).

The unit is continuously studying improvement opportunities, participating in workshops with various organs of state, attending of seminars and training sessions to stay abreast of development and provides guidelines and information on best practices on Performance Management and ensure implementation and management thereof at the municipality to ensure continuous improvement on service delivery to the community.


This subsection’s primary function is to disseminate and cascade council resolutions and programmes to relevant internal and external audiences through proper and formal mediums of communication timeously. In short: To expose uMdoni in both real and potential terms.

This section’s function is to carry the vision and the mission of uMdoni to greater heights through robust communication, marketing and promotions in order to achieve its objectives. UMdoni views itself as a port city that is hard at work and poised for economic growth for the beneficiation to its people. That position and its application needs to be communicated robustly so that council identification of itself is similar to that carried by its markets and potential markets, i.e. to bring uniformity in brand identity and brand image.