The Hawks have distanced themselves from reports that charges have been filed against the embattled family.
A boardroom coup executed by Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown orchestrated the capturing of Denel, followed by the axing of its top executives.
Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has described the company as “arrogant and belligerent” regarding its joint venture with VR Laser Asia.
Despite rumours and claims, there is no proof that the Gupta family is linked to visa processing firm VFS.
They used to provide muscle for the family. Now they've opened up about trips to Zuma's guesthouse, visiting dignitaries and bags of cash.
A consortium of banks that were repaid R2.7bn in company debt were the ultimate winners in the sale of Optimum to the Gupta family and Duduzane Zuma.
The central bank has stated that it has no intention of intervening in the Gupta family's battle against the banks that have closed their accounts.
Over the past months, Denel has been “under tremendous media attack and scrutiny”, the board said in a statement released on Saturday.
Eskom has come under fire about the alleged influence of the Guptas on various lucrative contracts, and two board members have resigned this week.
The Mardan Palace hotel in Turkey has been fully booked for the wedding of Ajay Gupta's son. This time, the Guptas have stuck to travel protocol.
Amid reports that Atul and Ajay have left SA, experts can only speculate why financial institutions suddenly found the family too hot to handle.
Recent reports have suggested that arms manufacturer Denel have not followed the correct legal procedures in their dealings with the Gupta family.
Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Des van Rooyen raised eyebrows with a brief visit to Dubai when the Guptas were also there.
The Thabo Mbeki Foundation issued a statement on Monday denying any connections with the Gupta family as had been reported in the media on Sunday.
The ANC's secretary general has warned that the ruling party must win back supporters' confidence before it risks losing them for good.
Locals are policing the Tegeta mine in Mpumalanga after long-standing battles about environmental noncompliance.
Facebook famous former ANC MP Vytjie Mentor has hit back at the UKMVA chair, saying he pocketed millions of rands meant for anti-apartheid fighters.
Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown admitting receiving a call from the Guptas on the morning that she was sworn in as minister.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has promised that the ruling party is dealing with allegations of state capture - in an "ANC way".