The criminal case against former estate agent Wendy Machanik will resumes in the Johannesburg Specialised Commercial Crimes Court on Monday.
The case was postponed in March to allow for negotiations in terms of section 105(a) of the Criminal Procedures Act, which permits a guilty plea in exchange for information.
Bail for Machanik and her co-accused Bruce Bernstein was extended.
Bernstein was also allowed to have his passport back so he could travel to the United States to see his sick brother.
Prosecutor Adele Carstens said during the last court appearance the State was in no fear that he would be flight risk.
A date for confirmation of a plea bargain, if reached, would be set on Monday, or if the negotiations failed, a trial date would be set.
The two were arrested last year on charges of conspiracy to commit fraud, failure to keep accounting records and failure to reflect over 100 transfers between the company's trust and business accounts.
The amount involved is around R28 million.