Correctional Services said that “matters are under control” at Johannesburg’s Sun City Prison on Wed.
LONDON - South Africa edged New Zealand by one run in an exciting if ultimately meaningless Twenty20 World Cup Group D match at Lord's last night.
Both teams had already qualified for the second round at the expense of Scotland and the result made no difference to the draw for the Super Eight.
South Africa, defending a meagre total of 128, fought their way tenaciously back into the match after New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum looked to be winning the contest for the Kiwis.
The 15 runs needed from the final over bowled by paceman Wayne Parnell proved just too much - even though Jacques Kallis spilled a catch at long-off off Jacob Oram. - Reuters