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Hard Livings gang boss Rashied Staggie was shot dead in front of their family home in London Street, Salt River, while sitting in front of the house in a Toyota Corolla. Photo: Jaco Marais
Hard Livings gang boss Rashied Staggie was shot dead in front of their family home in London Street, Salt River, while sitting in front of the house in a Toyota Corolla. Photo: Jaco Marais

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On the sidelines, the Pharisees are slowly moving in, also in an attempt to make their presence felt.

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