Correctional services apologises for 'disturbing' strip show

Correctional services apologises for 'disturbing' strip show

Correctional services apologises for 'disturbing' strip show

The 21 June event had been arranged as part of Youth Month celebrations - part of a programme which is meant to help with the rehabilitation of prisoners. Smal also told EWN that 13 officials have been identified in connection with the scandal and have been served with letters considering their suspension.

Smalberger said 13 officials had been suspended pending a full investigation.

In one of the images, the scantily clad women appear to be undressing one of the prisoners.

"However, it transpired that the form of entertainment as depicted on social media was not approved and not in line with correctional services policies and procedures, which are clear in terms of appropriate clothing and behaviour inside the correctional environment", the department said.

He condemned the incident with contempt, adding that the department wanted to make it clear that it would leave no stone unturned in dealing with the matter.

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"The management of the event should have never allowed and immediately halted this type of entertainment".

In a statement they said: "We can never tolerate what we have seen on social media". It will be led by a senior director in the correctional services outside of Johannesburg.

Acting National Correctional Services Commissioner James Smalberger did not seem impressed with the fact that the visit took place and told reporters that he was investigating the incident.

The department added there was a "clear" breach of security plans approved for the event, but some officials obviously made a decision to go against them.

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