The operation was conducted by the Provincial Organised Crime Unit, Provincial Drug Unit and Umlazi K9 after an intensive investigation that took police almost two weeks to conclude.
Communications officer of the eThekwini Inner South cluster, Cpt Cheryl Pillay said the man is slim built, dark in complexion and has a scar on his left brow.
Anyone who can assist with this investigation is urged to contact Det W/O R Pillay from the Chatsworth SAPS on 031 451-4270 or 073-752-0534.
The suspects, aged 34, 25 and 25, will appear in court soon.
Communications officer of the eThekwini Inner South cluster, Cpt Cheryl Pillay said on March 19, 2017, a man requested the services of a metered taxi service from South Coast Road in Mobeni to Savannah Park.
Det Cnst Jingela and Cnst Sibisi both secured 25 year convictions for rapes that had occurred in the Bottlebrush Informal Settlement and Marrianhill areas.
Provincial police spokeswoman, Col Thembeka Mbhele said that on August 19, 2018, at about 12:30pm, it is alleged that the woman was seated in her vehicle outside her home in Woodlands when she was approached by two unknown armed men.
Communications officer of Isipingo SAPS, Cpt David Ragavan said the complainant awoke in her Malukazi home when she heard a noise.
Anyone who may have witnessed the incident or has any further information is urged to immediately contact the police.
Among those convicted, 12 accused were sentenced to life imprisonment for rape cases while others were sentenced to a total of 394 years in prison.
The police have, since these postings started going viral, been trying to confirm if those depictions did or did not occur in any part of South Africa.