Controversial former University of the Witwatersrand SRC president Mcebo Dlamini was denied bail in .
STATE witness Glenn Agliotti says he used former police head Jackie Selebi's name - without his knowledge - to get money, according to a recording played in the Johannesburg high court yesterday.
In the recording then acting crime intelligence head Mulangi Mphego summons the convicted drug trafficker to his office to query a payment of about $1million - allegedly made by mining magnate Brett Kebble and his associates as a "consultancy fee" for access to Selebi.
The recording, dating from August 2003, is the second recording to be heard by the court during Selebi's corruption trial.
In it Mphego tells Agliotti he has heard information about a payment for "natcom" or the national commissioner.
"I can't make heads or tails, why would this name of "natcom" be dropped . ?" Mphego asks.
But Agliotti vehemently denies to Mphego that the money from the Kebbles was for Selebi.
"It's for me. It's got nothing to do with "natcom".
Instead, he says, he used Selebi's name to get the money - but the money was used for various businesses in Zimbabwe, including mining operations and timber and tobacco trading.
"I used Jackie's name and I am not lying to you. I shouldn't have. Then I said: 'Listen guys Jackie . obviously. won't take a cent. I said it's got nothing to do with Jackie'."
Agliotti also talks about various other dealings, including being asked to meet convicted fraudster Shabir Shaik to get information about former director of public prosecutions Bulelani Ngcuka.
"They want me to get together with Shabir Shaik and ask him what he has got on Bulelani Ngcuka."
He then proceeds to detail his interaction with Ngcuka.
He says he has allegedly heard "Bulelani is going to leave the Scorpions, he is going to go into private business with a mining group. and the thing is he can use his wife to get rights. you know how people can bullshit in business".
Ngcuka's wife Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka was then minister of minerals and energy. - Sapa