Judicial Inspectorate of Correctional Services calls for extensive reforms to prison system
By Daniel Steyn
Parliament | 11 November 2022
He contracted HIV and was forcibly tattooed while in jail. Now he has been awarded R2-million in damages.
Law | 10 November 2022
SAPS says the outcome of DNA tests to determine the body’s identity can be expected “at any stage”, six months on from the fire.
News | 8 November 2022
“Minister Lamola can you work eight hours everyday for 11 days without a rest?”
By Vincent Lali
Brief | 12 October 2022
Prison policies must be changed
By Rebecca Gore
Opinion | 8 June 2022
Prisoners are overlooked in an already unequal health system
Opinion | 25 May 2022
Covid mandatory protocols and regulations will still be adhered to during visits
Brief | 7 April 2022
Phones have been used to expose abuses and there is already a thriving illicit market for them in prisons
Video | 28 February 2022
Judicial Inspectorate for Correctional Services says this is a violation of the Constitution
News | 18 January 2022
Inmates inside the Kgosi Mampuru Correctional Facility in Pretoria have described conditions as inhumane, dangerous and a health hazard.
Video | 14 December 2021
Our prisons are crowded with “lifers”, at great cost to us all
Opinion | 10 November 2021
Juane Jacobs is a prisoner at Leeuwkop in Johannesburg. He is extremely ill but he has been denied medical parole. Are double standards being used to determine who gets medical parole in South African correctional facilities?
Video | 21 September 2021