Police traced the address where the goods were delivered and it turned out to be the house of Maoeng's friend, Mofokeng said. "I fell for a trap when I tried to help Malibyane because she needed a place to stay at the time. Little did I know she would steal my ID and get me into debt."
Mofokeng was relieved her ID was found but still feared that Maoeng might have used her identity to commit more crimes.
Maoeng, who has been dubbed "the black widow", already faces charges of fraud for allegedly going shopping for furniture worth R21000 and withdrawing R5000 using Dire's credit card. This is after she had allegedly left him on his death bed in Sasolburg, Free State, in June.
Maoeng is also facing charges of possession of a stolen vehicle, possession of stolen goods, theft and fraud.
Three men, including Dire, have been found dead with froth in their mouths after being last seen with Maoeng. They were all alleged to have been her lovers at the time.
Maoeng's sister Mone, 26, confirmed to police that she had been using fake names. She gave her real names as Nqolothi Aphacia Rahlao. originally from Lesotho.
Her bail application on Wednesday was postponed pending an investigation into her citizenship.