Correctional Services said that “matters are under control” at Johannesburg’s Sun City Prison on Wed.
Aliwal Young Stars plan to use the SAB Regional League national playoffs starting in Galeshewe today to sharpen themselves for the 2007/08 season.
It ends on Saturday.
Stars will be campaigning in the Safa Vodacom Promotional League next season after winning the Regional League title in the Eastern Cape.
Clubs finishing first and second on the Regional League logs in the provinces automatically gain promotion to the Promotional League.
Rammy Ramashala, owner-coach of Stars, said: "Our main target this season was to finish on top of the log and gain promotion.
"For us going to Galeshewe it is a learning curve because we will be playing against the best amateur clubs from other provinces.
"It will help us a lot in our preparations for the 2007/08 season. Of course, it will be great to win the national title and we are going all out for it."
Ramashala said he was delighted that Stars were helping to build the nation.
"I started running the club in 2003, the main objective being to develop so that Aliwal North can also produce great players like other areas."
Selokela Masetle, Safa competitions director, said they were looking forward to an exciting tournament in Galeshewe.
Besides Stars, the other eight provincial champions are:
North West Stars (North West), Highlands Park (Gauteng), Ulundi Stars (KwaZulu-Natal), Moresterjeug (Northern Cape), Mbekweni Cosmos (Western Cape), Manenzhe Liverpool (Limpopo), Liverpool BTX (Free State) and Mighty Mega Force (Mpumalanga)