A South African national reported to have been part of those killed in a shootout with police in Botswana .A report that emerged revealed that the nine people who died after being involved in a shootout with police in Botswana included a South African national. The shootout took place after a Cash-In-transit that tookplace in Gaborone , Botswana .
It was alleged that the men were pursuing a Cash-In-Transit that involved almost R1.2-million .It was stated that the men who were aged between 20 and 35 were from Botswana and South Africa died during the shootout with the Botswana Police Service .The shooting took place at Phase 2 , Gaborone .One of the surviving suspects was a woman aged 30 .Police managed to recover the stolen money as well as firearms that were used during the shootout .The incident took place a few days following another shootout that took place in Gauteng which led to the death of eight suspects .
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