He was sentenced to an effective four years behind bars.
Malgas was sentenced to two years for corruption and another two years for perjury, bringing the total sentence to four years.
None of the sentences were suspended and he will therefore serve an effective four years behind bars
The court convicted the disgraced official following overwhelming evidence that he colluded with convicted criminal, Philemon Setshedi, who himself was convicted and sentenced for corruption in 2013.
In her judgment, the magistrate said the act of compromising the integrity of sport was a very serious offence that warranted a custodial sentence.
The Association, SAPS and NPA will leave no stone unturned to ensure that all corrupt elements within football are brought to book.
“We welcome this custodial sentence as it sends a strong message to criminals that they do not have a place in our sport.
“SAFA has adopted a zero-tolerance to any form of crime and anyone harboring such evil tendencies be warned,” said SAFA President Dr Danny Jordaan.