Spiritual care for prisoners helps them pick up pieces of their lives upon release

Faith a coping mechanism for inmates

According to the SA Correctional Services Act 111 of 1998, the spiritual care of prisoners is a human right.

However, the perception that spirituality is a benefit enjoyed by the free, and not the perpetrator, leaves people to question whether the gavel falls hard enough on the convicted...

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