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Join one of our training programs this October!

Our upcoming events are as follows: 11-15 October Training Spiritual workers in Witbank management Area Training Spiritual Workers in Witbank management Area. This area cares for Witbank Correctional Centre, with 1582 Inmates, Middleburg Correctional Centre (437 Inmates), Carolina Correctional Centre ( 81 Inmates) and Belfast (62 Inmates). Chaplain Mangoedi wants us to facilitate STP J&P …

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Found by Grace attending the funeral of beloved Pastor Sam Tsiane

On Saturday 7 August 2021 laying to Rest Pastor Sam Tsiane who tirelessly presented Christ to inmates of Losperfontein Corrections Centre in Brits. In attendance amongst other dignitaries was Chaplain Mary Shikwambani from the Rustenberg Management Area, which includes Losperfontein. Read more here. This leads to reflection. Are we doing all we can to help …

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Losperfontein Prison Ministry

Losperfontein prison volunteer honored as Pastor passes away

It is with deep sadness that we heard that Pastor Sam Tsiane, our co-labourer in the Lord and the longstanding volunteer at the Losperfontein prison just outside Brits in the North West Province, passed away this morning. One of our volunteers in Losperfontein Prison in Brits, Pastor Sam Tsiane, (wearing the red top in the …

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Visit to Frankfort Prison and Tabernacle Centre Ministries Intl.

Not everyone knows that Executive Director Chris Denga is also an evangelist by calling. On Sunday 2o’th June he visited Frankfort Prison with Bishop Shawn Mofokeng. After which, he was privileged to share the Word of God to his congregation, Praise Tabernacle Centre Ministries International in Namahadi Township, Frankfort. During the visit hard work was …

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Core Values

At Prison Fellowship South Africa our five Core Values are more than just words. They’re our way of life.

We understand that organizations with clearly defined values—intentionally implemented in the culture—help us act with a higher purpose. As we grow, we strive to continually develop a culture that serves you well, as you help us fulfill our vision to break the cycle of crime and restore lives, worldwide, through Jesus’s love.

We Are Authentic

We mean what we say and prove it through our actions.

  • We are truthful. There is no separation between what we say and how we act.
  • We are reliable. We do what we say we will do.
  • We are direct without being offensive, striving to have constructive disagreements that lead to productive outcomes.

We Are Growing

A growth mindset drives our team to remain effective and relevant.

  • We are lifelong learners who own, build, and grow our capabilities.
  • We value humility and welcome new ways of thinking, working, and creating.
  • We grow from our mistakes and demonstrate kindness and forgiveness.

We Value Relationship

People are the heart of our work.

  • We believe people are more important than projects and we respect and care for those around us.
  • We are team players and help each other.
  • We value collaboration, togetherness, and unity in Jesus Christ.
  • We respect the diversity of Christian traditions, history, and culture.
  • We celebrate international context and character and seek to strengthen regional and global cooperation that is grounded in independent and indigenous leadership with common vision and purpose.

We Are Proactive

We turn vision and passion into action.

  • We value work expressed as service to other and are committed to develop and implementing culturally relevant programs and services that demonstrate respect, dignity, and the worth of people as those created and loved by God.
  • We aren’t just dreamers, we’re doers. We turn our vision and passion into action.
  • We are confident in our abilities to have the courage to take risks.
  • We see problems as opportunities and act quickly to identify solutions.

We Are Accountable

Without accountability, values hold no meaning.

  • We take ownership of our work and life balance to stay happy, healthy, and effective.
  • We strive for excellence; we hold ourselves and our colleagues to high standards and live as people ready to account for how we steward our gifts.
  • We embrace the core values of Prison Fellowship International and recognize them in action.