Correctional Services said that “matters are under control” at Johannesburg’s Sun City Prison on Wed.
With one game to go in the group stage of the Absa Currie Cup, the Cheetahs have secured a home semifinal billed for October 13 at a venue still to be announced.
This after the Cheetahs came from behind to edge a stubborn Sharks outfit 25-23 after trailing 6-10 at the break in a gruelling affair in Bloemfontein on Saturday. Willem de Waal's superb penalty after the final hooter had sounded, sealed the win.
The Sharks had seemed destined for victory and had a well-deserved 23-22 lead at the time.
The Cheetahs have cemented their top position on the log with 51 points from 13 games.
The second-placed Sharks also gained a home semifinal despite their loss. They have 45 points from 13 matches and are 11 points ahead of the third-placed Bulls, who overcame Boland 62-16 on Saturday. The Lions annihilated the Griquas 28-0 in Kimberley, while Western Province beat he Falcons 46-23 in Brakpan.