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Sometimes I don't even know where to start with you, you honestly don't see the difference in a special task force project that has been carefully planned with prior intelligence on the target compared to a random ambush of a lone former special task force member in a totally different environment without all the resource he would have if he was in the police service?
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Leo Prinsloo, who foiled heist in Pretoria, under protective guard after death threats
Cash-in-transit driver Leo Prinsloo and his family have been placed under protective guard.www.news24.com
DURBAN - Three security guards are among four suspects nabbed for a cash-in-transit robbery on the N2 in KwaZulu-Natal last month.
The four, aged between 31 and 60, are expected to make their first appearance in the Harding Magistrate's Court later today.
Hawks spokesperson in KZN Captain Simphiwe Mhlongo said on April 30, two armoured vehicles had been travelling from Port Shepstone to Kokstad after collecting cash from a depot.
Two men have been sentenced to life imprisonment for robbing a Protea Coin vehicle of about R1 million a week before the 2010 soccer World Cup on the N1 south in Johannesburg.
The robbery resulted in the death of a policeman.
Hosia Modiko Dipale and Percy Segoe were sentenced in the Johannesburg High Court on Friday.
The two were aided by accomplices during the robbery.
"A week before the 2010 World Cup, the two and their accomplices attacked a Protea Coin vehicle with rifles, and took about R1 million. During the robbery, two Protea Coin officials were shot and were subsequently treated in hospital," said NPA spokesperson Phindi Mjonondwane.
The men were arrested following a shootout with police in Soweto, which left a policeman, Gert du Toit, dead.