Images of Rabalago spraying congregants with the pesticide during a church service in Mookgophong went viral on social media in November last year, causing a public outcry.
Yesterday, Rabalago appeared in court wearing a camouflaged jacket and a pair of jeans. He cheerfully chatted with members of his congregation who had come to support him.
Some wore T-shirts with Rabalago's image and the words "Touch not the Anointed One", printed on them.
Prosecutor Chris Maruma said he needed time to sort out issues regarding the analysis certificate.
However, Rabalago's lawyer Edmond Lubisi said that he was ready to proceed.
Lubisi said the state was supposed to have issued the analysis certificate 21 days before court proceedings.
"The state had ample opportunity to prepare for the matter," he argued.
Lubisi said a further postponement would be unfair.