Correctional Services said that “matters are under control” at Johannesburg’s Sun City Prison on Wed.
Sharks, the Super 14 rugby tournament log leaders, face an acid test when they meet ninth-placed Brumbies in their last rugby match at home before they travel Down Under for a month.
This was the view of the Sharks' manager, Trevor Barnes, ahead of their crucial encounter against the Australian side in Durban tomorrow.
Said Barnes: "We know that we are meeting one of the best teams in the competition. They will definitely come hard at us with the intent of spoiling our six-game unbeaten record in the tournament.
"The spirit is sky high in the camp and everybody is looking forward to hoisting the flag high on the day.''
A win against the Brumbies will boost the confidence of the South Africans for their travels.
l The Lions are expected to bounce back when they take on Hurricanes at Ellis Park Stadium tomorrow at 5pm. They had a decent tour recently, winning two games in New Zealand and losing two in Australia.
Today: Blues v Waratahs (Auckland).
Tomorrow: Highlanders v Bulls (Dunedin); Crusaders v Stormers (Christchurch); Reds v Chiefs (Brisbane); Sharks v Brumbies (Durban); Lions v Hurricanes (Ellis Park).