Correctional Services said that “matters are under control” at Johannesburg’s Sun City Prison on Wed.
The mother of a police inspector who was shot and killed last month, heaved a huge sigh of relief now that her son's suspected killers will face justice.
Kwena Ramoroka, 67, was at the Polokwane magistrate's court yesterday where the three men arrested in connection with the killing of Inspector Frederick Ramoroka appeared for the first time.
She was accompanied by family members and relatives.
According to the police, all three were positively linked to the incident that happened at the Polokwane suburb of Ivy Park on January 4.
The case was postponed to February 25 and the accused remanded in custody.
The 37-year-old inspector had just parked his official car at home when unknown people shot him dead and fled with his service pistol.
"I want to thank God for making sure that the police cracked the case and arrested the criminals. I wish they can be sent to rot in jail," she said yesterday.