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Judges deny appeal application for Waterkloof two

Three judges have denied an application for leave to appeal by Gert van Schalkwyk and Reinach Tiedt, who were sentenced in 2005 for murdering a man.

Parole board suspended over Waterkloof Four bungle

Correctional services have suspended the Zonderwater Prison parole board with immediate effect over its release of two of the Waterkloof Four.

Correctional services to probe Waterkloof Four release

Correctional Services say three parole board officers and two prison official are being investigated for the release of two of the Waterkloof Four.

Waterkloof Four appeal due next week

The department of correctional services has until January 6 to lodge an appeal against house arrest rulings handed to two of the Waterkloof Four.

Correctional services aims to fight Waterkloof release

Correctional services will apply for a review of the court order that allowed the changing of the sentences of two of the Waterkloof Four.

Two of the Waterkloof Four ordered to be released

The North Gauteng High Court has ordered the correctional services department to release two of the Waterkloof Four into house arrest.

Waterkloof Four to remain behind bars

The department of correctional services has denied that two of the 'Waterkloof Four' will be released on parole as claimed by the family.

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