Correctional Services said that “matters are under control” at Johannesburg’s Sun City Prison on Wed.
The winners of three BMWs who were linked to SABC1's detective series Crossroads have been announced.
They are Jerome Reetley of Gauteng, Mpho Lenthoor and Barend Ludik, both from the Free State. They were each handed the keys to a BMW for winning the TV series' competition, sponsored by Castle Lite.
The prizegiving ceremony, attended by some of the actors who featured in the series, took place at a glittering function in Polokwane at the weekend.
Crossroads, a detective series that was shot in December, featured some of the country's leading television actors and actresses. The series, which had an eight-week run, ended last month.
Among the top-class actors in Crossroads was Pamela Nomvete, who played the unforgettable Ntsiki Lukhele in Generations andaccomplished actor, writer and Top Billing presenter Tumisho Masha.
Television viewers were required to SMS their answer to a question that appeared on screen during the series' run. Viewers could also win prizes by filling in entry forms after "having a cold Castle Lite" because the clues appeared on beer bottles.