The Pollsmoor Correctional Supervision and Parole Board (CSPB) has decided to revoke the day-parole of offender Rashied Staggie.
The Department of Correctional Services made the announcement on 24 December.
The CSPB heard evidence of Staggie's violation of parole conditions given when the parole board granted him day parole that began on 23 September 2013.
"Evidence of his violations was presented and corroborated by technical evidence obtained through the Electronic Monitoring system (offender and parole tagging). He deviated from his conditions, met members of gangs and paid unauthorised visits," said the Department of Correctional Services in a statement.
Part of the conditions placed on his day-parole were strict supervision, agreeing to electronic tagging and tracking, no contact with victims, no contact with gangs members, etc.
Staggie admitted the evidence presented by investigators and by his employer and apologised for his conduct.
"The Parole Board referred him for further profiling and ordered that he be taken through a behaviour modification programme designed to among others assist gang members and leaders change their wayward ways," said the department.
Staggie is expected to reappear before the Parole Board in 14 February 2014.
He was ordered back to Pollsmoor on 4 December 2013 after enjoying day-parole from 23 Sep 2013 which would have ended on 24 March 2014.
Had he not violated his parole conditions he would have been on full parole by 25 March 2014 up to the end of sentence on 23 March 2017.