Correctional Services spokesman Manelisi Wolela has denied allegations that student leader Mcebo Dla.
The case of an SA National Defence Force clerk accused of defrauding her employer of R1,1million was postponed in the specialised commercial crimes court in Pretoria yesterday.
The case against Zelda Wolmarans and co-accused Shona Haydenrych was postponed to August 7 as Haydenrych was ill and could not attend court.
The two were expected to enter into a plea bargain with the state.
Wolmarans, 44, of Clubview, was employed to capture information on the Department of Defence's payroll of army reserve members called up for courses or training.
She is accused of falsely recording that some part-time reserve force members were called up, and then claiming money for these fictitious attendees from the SANDF's salary system.
According to the charge sheet, she had this money paid into her own bank account and that of her children and stepchildren.
She was arrested in April last year and released on bail of R20000. Soon afterwards her children and her three stepchildren were arrested as the state alleged they all acted with a common purpose. They were granted bail of R5000 each.
In September, Anna Marie Leona Rudman, Louis Johannes Fourie and Shona Haydenrych were also arrested.
Earlier this year Wolmarans and Haydenrych, 54, started plea negotiations with the state. Charges were then withdrawn against the other accused. - Sapa