Correctional Services spokesman Manelisi Wolela has denied allegations that student leader Mcebo Dla.
Award-winning Tsotsi star Presley Chweneyagae appeared briefly in the Pretoria magistrates' court where his case was postponed to February 27, awaiting the disclosure of dockets.
His lawyer, Shane Lowley, asked the magistrate for a postponement on the grounds that the defence had no documentation and statements to work with because the arrest of his client happened the day before.
The disclosure of documents was also needed in order for a trial date to be set, he said.
Before granting the postponement, magistrate Bheki Ntshingela asked why the defence needed such a long time to receive documents that could be photocopied in a day.
The accused would be travelling abroad for work and would only return on February 19, Lowley said, adding that a postponement would be practical.
After his brief appearance Chweneyagae said: "I am confident that the law will take its course."
He was arrested on Tuesday for allegedly driving with a fake Ivorian licence that had been doctored to look like an international driver's licence. He is out on R2000 bail. - Sapa