'Staggie to stay in jail until he has a job'
Former Hard Livings gang boss, Rashied Staggie, will remain behind bars until he's secured a job.
Staggie is eligible to be released on day parole but one of the conditions attached is that he must be employed.
His previous day parole was revoked last year after it was found the former Hard Livings gang leader met with gangsters and made unauthorised visits to Mitchells Plain and Manenberg.
Staggie served more than a decade behind bars for rape and theft.
The department's Manelisi Wolela says, "For now he does not have employment. With regards to the previous employer, he does not fit the expected conduct because when Rashied Staggie broke parole conditions, that employer never brought those things forward to be corrected."