VIDEO: Rashied Staggie's son, Dullah Staggie, shot dead in Beatrix Lane, Mannenburg, Cape Town KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Sunday, September 18, 2022

VIDEO: Rashied Staggie's son, Dullah Staggie, shot dead in Beatrix Lane, Mannenburg, Cape Town

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that The son of the late Hard Livings Gangs boss Rashied Staggie, has been shot dead. Dullah Staggie was with a group of people in Beatrix Lane, Mannenburg, Cape Town, last night, when multiple shots were fired. Appears to have been a hit. (Read More Here).

"It was scary. It sounded like he was choking while he lay on the ground as blood streamed out of his body. There was so much blood that one lady even tried to put her hand on the wound to stop the blood. But [he] died. Anyway, it was very sad," one resident said.

Another resident added: "Now we can expect anything. They were gunning for [him] for a long time and now that they eventually got him, I hate to think what's going to happen now on [the] flats."

Manenberg Community Policing Forum (CPF) chairperson Vernon Visagie said: "Community members are now fearful and [for] obvious reasons. This latest murder could start another gang fight in the area and this we are not looking forward to.

"We are appealing to members of the community to please stay safe and refrain from circulating any fake news about this death. The CPF is appealing to anyone that has information to please come forward and report it to the police."

Residents in the area who spoke to News24 on condition of anonymity said he was shot in his face.

He and a group of men were gambling in the roadway when multiple gunshots were fired at him, according to Manenberg police spokesperson Captain Ian Bennett.

"[He] lay lifeless, face down with multiple gunshot wounds to his face. He collapsed and succumbed to his fatal injuries on the scene. The suspects fled the scene and are yet to be arrested," Bennett added.

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