The Hawks have arrested a fourth person in connection with a vehicle licensing scam that involves people from Cape Town and De Aar.
The Hawks have accused Paul O’Sullivan of lying after he said that they had raided his home on Friday afternoon.
Davids is scheduled to appear in court on February 16, along with two others arrested a few months ago.
An alleged Nigerian drug lord has been arrested.
The cases have been postponed until March 3, pending further investigation.
Gouvias and his two accomplices were arrested by the Crimes Against State Unit (CATS), following a burglary at the Simonstown Naval Base last year.
The 36-year-old Siyabonga Mangqishi is believed to have falsified financial documents and received undue payments to his personal account between January 2014 and January 2017.
EWN reports that Hawks spokesperson Hangwani Mulaudzi said the crime investigation directorate feels that McBride is trying to gather support from public.
The Hawks are currently questioning the 19 men who were also on the property. The 19 included a Nigerian national.
The suspects, aged between 21 and 22, were arrest in Kraaifontein, Cape Town, on Wednesday, in a joint operations by the Hawks and the SAPS.