Correctional Services said that “matters are under control” at Johannesburg’s Sun City Prison on Wed.
ZURICH - Brazil reclaimed top spot from Spain in the Fifa rankings yesterday, returning to No 1 for the seventh time since their inception in 1993 and ending the five-month reign of the European champions.
Brazil have now held top spot for a total of 143 months.
World Cup semifinalists Portugal moved up one spot to third, swapping places with the Netherlands. Argentina rose two places to seventh place, while France dropped two spots to 10.
Only five matches counted towards April rankings, meaning most of the changes were due to the devaluation of past results.
Cameroon moved up one place to No 19 and Nigeria jumped two places to No 20 to be the highest ranked African World Cup teams ahead of the first tournament to be staged on the continent. Of the others Ivory Coast are 27, Algeria 31, Ghana 32, with South Africa at No 90.
The only World Cup team currently ranked lower than the hosts are North Korea at 106. - Sapa-AP