The KwaZulu-Natal Hawks have arrested a close relative of a police officer in connection with the cop's murder. A hitman's confession led to the woman's arrest.
Criminal syndicates have developed a new fake sangoma scam the involved drugging their victims with hallucinogens to steal millions in life savings from them.
A senior investigator attached to the Hawks who was gunned down while travelling to gather information on the abduction of alleged Isis leader Abdella Abadiga.
The Hawks arrested a 63-year-old woman at the Cape Town International Airport for attempting to smuggle 3.5 kilograms of narcotics worth R1.6 million to Europe.
A traffic cop from Mbombela, Mpumalanga, was arrested by the Hawks after vehicles that were used in an attempted CIT heist were found parked on her property.
A father from Secunda, Mpumalanga, was arrested for attempting to bribe a police officer R4 000 to make the docket for his son's sexual assault case disappear.
One Eskom executive was arrested for accepting money in exchange for a tender. Hawks set their sights on the official and found R16 000 on his home property.
The Mthatha-based Hawks arrested an Eastern Cape bank employee for theft after she refused to return R150 000 accidentally transferred to her by another banker.
A man suspected of killing an off-duty police sergeant in Lebowakgomo, Limpopo, was arrested in Johannesburg, Gauteng, just hours after the fatal shooting.