He says that he escaped being hurt by a matter of seconds. Last Thursday we had a procedural hearing.
Correctional Services tries to bring healing to Boland bombing victims - 17 September Stephanus Coetzee, who was a member of the white supremacist group Wit Wolve, returned to the Boland town to say sorry for the killing spree he went on 17 years ago.
On Monday he returned to the scene of the crime as part of a Correctional Services project to try to bring healing to the community. Stephanus Coetzee, convicted murderer said: I accept responsibility for the Worcester bombing of I accept the blame for the pain, suffering and losses that you the survivors of the bombing had to endure because of my actions".
This admission of guilt and apology opened up old wounds for victims of the Christmas Eve bombing. This victim-offender meeting is part of a Correctional Services initiative, aimed at restoring peace and rehabilitating offenders.
Coetzee has already served 16 of his 40 year sentence. His parole hearing is scheduled for February next year. The judges granted an order to Correctional Services Minister Sibusiso Ndebele that any further applications for leave to appeal not suspend the previous order.
They gave Tiedt and Van Schalkwyk - who have been under house arrest for almost two years - until noon next Monday to report back to the Zonderwater prison. Judges Hans Fabricius, Ephraim Makgoba and Wendy Hughes found that the pair were not entitled to parole if more than five years of their sentence remained.
The story of how the convicted murderers were erroneously released in the first place is messy, confusing, and does South Africa's criminal justice system little credit. I want to get out of here - 14 October Ananias Mathe peeps through the slot of his new prison cell to see what the fuss is all about.
His eyes move around slowly as he carefully studies the faces of the reporters and correctional services officials who are inspecting his old cell, next door.
It is the cell from which he had tried to escape by cutting through the wall with makeshift tools two weeks ago. The state-of-the-art maximum-security correctional facility, boasting an unblemished escape record since it was built incaters for male inmates with behavioral problems and those identified as high security risk from all over SA.
They include serial killers, serial rapists, cash-in-transit and other armed robbers, terrorists, notorious escapees and members of organised crime syndicates. He walked without any assistance, and, according to Beeld, seemed to be in good health.
Still, it is difficult not to be cynical about his miraculous escape from the jaws of death since his release on medical parole in And even more difficult not to be angry when a Baragwanath doctor was shown the door for wanting to play by the rules.
In Februarya Johannesburg nephrologist, Dr Trevor Gerntholtz, was summarily ordered to leave the kidney unit at Chris Hani Baragwanath hospital, where he had worked as a volunteer for six years. The young doctor had dared to speak out about the preferential treatment given by hospital officials to Jackie Selebi, who had been released on medical parole after spending days of his year-sentence on corruption charges in the Pretoria Central Prison Medical wing.
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