Rashied Staggie’s parole could be revoked
He was arrested with three others for the alleged possession of illegal firearms and ammunition.
CAPE TOWN - Former Hard Living boss Rashied Staggie's parole could be revoked if he's found to have violated his conditions.
Staggie was arrested with three other men for the alleged possession of illegal firearms, ammunition and the possession of suspected stolen property.
He was out on parole for a 2001 rape for which he served just more than a decade in prison.
Western Cape correctional services head Delekile Klaas has confirmed the Parole Board will meet on Monday to discuss Staggie's case.
Klass says the board is awaiting a detailed report from the Hawks.
"The police must give us a detailed report of what is it that he has done. Then on the basis of that, we will decide."
Staggie and the three others are expected to appear in the Cape Town Magistrates Court on Monday.
Investigators believe they are linked to theft at the Cleveland Police Station in Johannesburg.