This, he conceded, could be taken by the court as aggravation of sentence.
He conceded that both victims had been severely traumatised, but said she had apologised to them and their families.
Walabh was arrested in September 2012, after which the two victims received no more emails.
The magistrate ruled that the only reasonable inference to be drawn was that Walabh was responsible for this.
The charges related mainly to Facebook emails and SMS messages and, according to the charge sheet, her method of operation was to create false Facebook profiles involving her supervisor and his fiancée.
She appeared on Tuesday in the Specialised Commercial Crime Court in Bellville before magistrate Sabrina Sonnenberg.
Prosecutor Juan Agulhas called for a prison sentence, while defence lawyer Rheaz Khan countered that a fine, coupled with correctional supervision involving house arrest would meet the interests of justice, as well as society. The prosecutor added it was very puzzling why such a woman would commit "such despicable" acts.
"That is the first step towards rehabilitation," he said.
The term "cyberbullying" refers to the use of Internet and/or mobile technology to harass, intimidate, or cause harm to another.