Inmates used these toilets squatting, which lead to the spread of many disease.
A lot of gang violence and the the rape of young inmates was prevalent
Due to the over-crowding in the cells. Prisoners slept like sardines
The cell confinement of the prisoners lead to use of this exposed toilet by all the inmates.
Solitary confinement for women who were political prisoners.
These drums were respectively called congress 1, 2, 3. Congress 1 for the white people contained the best food (beef chunks, pork) while congress three was rotten fish and phuzamandla for black people.
An extreme form of punishment was to be placed in these cells on a diet of rice and water.
Only place to have ever had two Nobel Peace Laureates, Nelson Mandela and Mahatma Ghandi, kept for trial.
This rim has inscribed on it the words “Freedom, Equality and Dignity”. The cornerstones of our democracy
This door features 27 fundamental themes of the Bill of Rights in all official languages