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Prison head who resisted Bosasa died ‘mysterious death’

Supporters of Petersen’s family said the revelations at the Zondo commission reminded them of the uphill battle to keep correctional services clean

McBride set to testify before Zondo commission

IPID boss Robert McBride is expected to give evidence on the alleged capture of criminal justice agencies

Mentor decries Zondo commission ‘grilling’

The former ANC MP feels her credibility has been undermined and her evidence unfairly treated by the commission’s evidence leaders

Bosasa ran DCS into the ground — Bloem

Dennis Bloem recounted how “havoc” reigned over the department under Linda Mti and his predecessor Khulekani Sithole

COPE MP to ‘back up’ Agrizzi testimony at Zondo commission

Dennis Bloem was the chairperson of Parliament’s correctional services oversight committee

LIVESTREAM: COPE MP Dennis Bloem testifies at Zondo commission

Dennis Bloem’s testimony will reportedly back up the evidence of former Bosasa chief operating officer Angelo Agrizzi

First ‘new generation’ prison coming in 2009

The first of South Africa's long-planned "new generation" prisons should be completed by February next year, MPs heard on Tuesday. The R662-million Kimberley Correctional Centre was more than one-third completed by the end of last month, prisons commissioner Vernie Petersen said.

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