Staggie gets day parole again
The former gang boss had his parole revoked after he deviated from his parole conditions.
The Department of Correctional Services on Monday confirmed that the former Hard Livings gang leader's day parole had started a week ago.
In February, Staggie's parole was approved but officials revoked it after he deviated from his conditions.
Staggie is employed in Sea Point, Cape Town.
The gang leader was sentenced to 15 years in prison in 2003 on charges of kidnapping and rape.
Department spokesperson Manelisi Wolela said day parole arrangements will continue until the 17 December 2014.
"After this term, he will be eligible for full parole but this will depend on his conduct during his trial period."
Wolela adds Staggie will face serious repercussions if he violates his day parole conditions again.
Staggie is expected to wear a tag that will allow his movements to be electronically monitored.