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IT IS clear that Shabir Shaik's medical parole was purely political and had nothing to do with terminal illness.
Section 79 of the Correctional Services Act allows a prisoner to be released on medical parole to die a dignified death if that person is in the final stages of a terminal disease.
At the time of Shaik's release there was no clear indication that he was terminal. Now, almost six months later, he is seen driving around in perfect health. The Correctional Services minister must explain what the real reasons for his release were.
I don't wish him to die but surely someone with a terminal illness can't recover so fast. Review the system. Many terminally ill inmates die in jail.
Puleng Mmila, Limpopo