Twelve officers from the South African police's Hawks unit blocked off the street leading to the Gupta's Johannesburg residence in Saxonwold and within minutes an unmarked police van had left the compound to the cheers and jeers of local residents, according to Reuters.
The Hawks - the police's elite high-priority crimes unit - on Wednesday arrested three people as they raided the posh home of India-born Guptas, a controversial business family linked to Zuma, who resigned on Thursday.
The source said at the time: "It's not a go today yet".
Hawks and members of the SAPS are seen outside the Gupta compound in Saxonwold, Johannesburg. It is believed that a warrant of arrest has been issued for one more person, believed to be former President Jacob Zuma's son, Duduzane Zuma.
It is expected that the three persons arrested earlier today during operations carried out by the Hawks at Gauteng properties, including a Bedfordview house, will appear in court in Bloemfontein tomorrow.
According to reports, the Estina Farm Project saw businesspeople and politicians steal millions from the project that was started to assist impoverished farmers to make a living.
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An affidavit has also revealed that Free State's agricultural department - then under Zwane - allegedly paid R220-million to the Guptas and some of their associates in what the Asset Forfeiture Unit calls a "scheme created to defraud and steal monies from the department". Zuma and the Guptas have always denied wrongdoing.
Last month‚ the National Prosecuting Authority placed the Guptas at the heart of a conspiracy to "swindle" R220m from the Free State‚ which was meant for emerging black dairy farmers. She said the contract clearly benefited Estina at the cost of the state, taxpayers and the beneficiaries.
Hawks spokesman Hangwani Mulaudzi claimed the raid was part of an ongoing investigation into accusations of influence peddling.
Two weeks ago, the Hawks raided the offices of Free State Premier Ace Magashule, who is also the ANC's secretary-general, as well as the provincial office of the Department of Agriculture.
South Africa's Corruption Watch agreed, saying those implicated in multiple corruption scandals must be held accountable and brought to justice.