Correctional Services said that “matters are under control” at Johannesburg’s Sun City Prison on Wed.
Bloemfontein Celtic and Orlando Pirates advanced to the finals of the Telkom Charity Cup at the expense of their respective opponents at the weekend.
Celtic beat hosts Platinum Stars 3-1 and Pirates booted Kaizer Chiefs out on penalties in the second semifinal.
Stars played well against Celtic but found their foes rather too good to handle as they lacked aggression and cohesion upfront.
Stars' publicist Susan Phala said: "We lost but we were not disappointed because it was the first time that we played in this event. Our guys played well and we were happy to see some of our new signees in action. We're going to start the new season on a good note and we are undoubtedly going to do our best this season.
"We're still going to look for new and quality players in the future and we want to make Stars one of the best teams in the elite league."
Celtic were the first to score through Petros Mahlatsi in the eighth minute and the game became more exciting with both sides producing entertaining football.
The home side fought back gallantly but they could not break through the Celtic defence.
Celtic were composed at the back and they kept their opponents at bay for the better part of the game. The enthralling duel kept fans on their toes.
The second goal was scored by Lebogang Mothibantwa and Siphosihle scored his side's third and final goal. Stars' goal came from Hareaipha "Simba" Marumo in the first half.
In the second semifinal Orlando Pirates beat Kaizer Chiefs to a 3-1 win on penalties after the two teams were level at 1-all at full time in this tense clash.
Pirates opened the scoring thanks to an own-goal by Chiefs' newcomer Mokete Tsotetsi. Tinashe Nengomashe equalised for Chiefs.
Onismore Bhaserah was the only scorer for Amakhosi in the shootout as Shaun Bartlett, Nengomashe and Scara Ngobese all had their attempts from the penalty spot saved by Bucs goalkeeper Francis Chansa.
Pirates' scorers in the shootout were Lehlohonolo Seema, Joseph Makhanya and Thapelo Leshabane.