Staggie's son granted bail

2013-09-25 14:25

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Cape Town - Rashied Staggie's son Abdul Boonzaaier, accused of drug dealing and other crimes, was granted bail by the Wynberg Magistrate's Court, Cape Town, on Wednesday.

Bail was set at R20 000 and on condition he stay out of Manenberg, live at an address provided in his affidavit, report to a police station daily, and hand in his passport.

Boonzaaier, 25, faces charges of drug dealing, possession of an unlicensed firearm and ammunition, possession of counterfeit notes, money laundering, and gang-related crimes under the Prevention of Organised Crime Act.

He turned himself in to the Manenberg police station last month.

His father, former leader of the Hard Livings gang, was released on day parole on Monday, after serving 11 years for rape and stealing weapons from a police armoury.

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