According to the post the mom's daughter caught sight of the burglar, alerted her mother who then chased off the suspect with a warning shot from her gun.
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From the Facebook source we read what appears to be a police report:
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I received a call from a concerned teacher at 20H31, she said a child in her class sent her a message that a suspect pointed a firearm at her mother on their farm outside Tzaneen.
This happened just after 20H00.
I immediately got directions to the farm and responded with my partner Andrei.
Two suspects waited until the husband left the house and approached the house, the dog started to bark uncontrollably. The eldest daughter went out with a shotgun to investigate. The suspects was hiding behind the washing room door outside the house. She stood 5 meter from them. She felt something is wrong and ran back to the back door of the house.
On her way she spotted the suspects through the washing room window. She ran into the house and locked the security door, the suspect armed with a handgun followed her. She woke up her mother and the mother went to the locked gate.
The suspect pointed the firearm at her face, she grabbed the shotgun and fired warning shots. The suspects fled.
The girl showed bravery and courage and saved her family's life. Well done! The suspects is still at large.
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