Pistorius meets with Correctional Services officials

South African Paralympic sprinter Oscar Pistorius appears in the Pretoria Magistrate Court on 20 February 2013. Picture: AFP.
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PRETORIA - Oscar Pistorius' public relations team confirmed that the athlete met with Correctional Services officials on Monday, as stipulated in his bail terms.

On Friday, the Pretoria Magistrate's Court released Pistorius on R1 million bail, along with strict conditions.

Police arrested the ‘Blade Runner’ at his Pretoria east home on Valentine’s Day for allegedly murdering his model girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.

The Paralympian’s spokesperson, Lunice Johnston, said Pistorius met with Correctional Services officials at an undisclosed location.

She said the athlete's uncle, Arnold, confirmed this but would not provide details of the purpose of the meeting.

Earlier on Monday, it emerged Pistorius does not have to clock in at the Brooklyn police station twice weekly, as was previously reported.

The prosecution team made the proposal on Friday, but chief Magistrate Desmond Nair did not include it in his final order.