Acting head of the Hawks, Yolisa Matakata, has confirmed that the organisation is taking the leaked Gupta emails seriously and is investigating.
Numsa calls for an independent probe into Eskom, as well as a criminal investigation into the Gupta family and their company Trillian Capital Partners.
A commander in an anti-corruption unit has been arrested on theft charges, the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (Hawks) confirmed on Wednesday.
Former Finance Minister Trevor Manuel wants those involved in the KPMG debacle to receive prison sentences.
Manuel confirmed that he had received a subpoena to file an affidavit, but said that the matter has been referred to his lawyers as he is not in the country.
The Oudtshoorn Municipality, in the Western Cape, lost in the region of R406 823 to fraud and money laundering by one of its employees between 2008 and 2010.
The Hawks have confirmed that its head office in Pretoria was burgled on Wednesday morning.
Berning Ntlemeza’s bid to return as head of the Hawks has been dismissed by the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) on Friday and was ordered to pay costs of this application, including the costs of two counsel out of his own pockets.
Corruption in the Limpopo province came under the spotlight again this week, when an official from the Department of Education was arrested by the Hawks Serious Corruption Unit.
Fired Hawks boss Berning Ntlemeza will not be returning to work anytime soon, since the Pretoria High Court has ruled against his application to return to work.