DST warns suppliers of scam
A syndicate creates a fake Web site posing as the official supply chain for the science and technology department.
Fake jobs advertised on social media
The Department of Correctional Services advises the public to be vigilant and not fall for job posts advertised on social media.
Ex-con accuses correctional services of IP theft
A former inmate alleges the department stole his idea to implement a biometrics identification system while he was in jail.
Tender Watch: Full steam ahead
Government's year-end hyperactivity continues unabated.
Tender Watch: Getting up to speed
With the New Year well under way, many government entities are updating their supplier databases.
Govt intros AV system for parole hearings
The system allows crime victims to participate in parole hearings, regardless of where they are taking place.
AV system keeps inmates behind bars
Government's audio-visual remand system trims transport costs for detainees and lowers escape risk.
About time for electronic monitoring?
Prisoner electronic monitoring is a brilliant penny-pinching move, but its success will depend on how it is managed in the long-run.
Electronic monitoring to expand
The Department of Correctional Services expects electronic offender monitoring to move beyond the pilot phase in the next few years.
Offender monitoring could save SA millions
The electronic monitoring of prisoners could possibly save taxpayers millions per month.
Prison access control gets smart
The Department of Correctional Services says its new smart ID biometric system will provide complete access security control for officials.