No one can explain why the more fearsome Hawks are investigating Dina Pule and Tina Joemat-Pettersson, but Jacob Zuma is left to police detectives.
Years after disbanding the Scorpions, courts are still grappling with the consequences. And the highest court seems unamused at the state of play.
The search came just hours before President Jacob Zuma questioned NPA chief Mxolisi Nxasana's fitness to hold office.
The theft of more than 40 rhino horns from the national parks department in Mpumalanga is the biggest of its kind in the country.
Charges against Hawks head Johan Booysen - who was accused, along with his former colleagues, of running a criminal enterprise - have been withdrawn.
ANC NEC member Pule Mabe and two other men have appeared in the Pretoria Specialised Commercial Crime Court in connection with fraud.
The Hawks have confiscated counterfeit goods estimated to be worth over R800 000 from shop owners in Limpopo and Gauteng.
The police and Hawks say they are still looking for the killer of Rwanda's ex-spy chief Patrick Karegeya, who was found dead in a Sandton hotel room.
The high court in Cape Town has told Parliament to fix sections of the SAPS Amendment Act, again.
Former Hawks spokesperson McIntosh Polela has been fined and stripped of his hunting rifle after pleading guilty to six counts of illegal hunting.
The Palm Ridge Regional Court has turned down the prosecution's request to submit an additional affidavit in a Radovan Krejcir's bail application.
A police officer who reportedly took a R408 000 loan from a company associated with Radovan Krejcir has not resigned, says the Hawks.
The motive for the bomb at Radovan Krejcir's shop in Bedfordview is murky, but the attack has unleashed fear in Joburg’s underworld
Law enforcement is a mess of tit-for-tat actions and allegations as leaders battle each other instead of the criminals.
The Hawks officer claims his testimony vindicates Anwa Dramat and has been deliberately ignored
Allegations by Crime Intelligence of irregular rendition may be part of a campaign to discredit the Hawks and its chief, Anwa Dramat.
Investigators have set their sights on a secret bank account that they say may have been used for fraudulent activities.
The Democratic Alliance has called on South Africa's investigative authorities to look into Baleka Mbete's alleged acceptance of a bribe.
The Hawks have demanded the bank statements of those linked to Nelson Mandela's charities after an initial plan to raid their offices was thwarted.