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Oscar Pistorius partied less than two months after he shot and killed his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, a report said.
More than 17 months after Steenkamp was shot dead by Oscar Pistorius, her parents have broken their silence.
Oscar Pistorius's "extreme" emotional pain was making him "self-harm", said the athlete's uncle, Leo.
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Prosecutor Gerrie Nel is set to continue his cross-examination of Oscar Pistorius’s agent.
Oscar Pistorius has only lost his temper twice in the eight years his agent Petrus Van Zyl worked with him, the court heard.
Oscar Pistorius's manager said the athlete had been making plans with Reeva just a week before he killed her.
An expert was questioned about the screams heard by neighbours the night Reeva Steenkamp was shot and killed.
Because there is no definition of mental illness in SA law, it boils down to a guessing game, says an expert.
On his stumps, Oscar's ability to defend himself is impaired - unless he has a gun in his hand, his doctor said.
Prosecutor Gerrie Nel is set to begin his cross-examination of an acoustics expert in Oscar Pistorius’s trial.
Oscar Pistorius's voice, and his ability to scream at a certain level, is under the microscope at his murder trial.
Oscar Pistorius’s doctor has told the court how the athlete struggled to balance on his stumps in the dark.
A psychiatric panel and a psychologist have found that murder accused Oscar Pistorius is not mentally ill.
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