SCA expected to rule on Pistorius conviction appeal this week
The NPA appealed the athlete’s culpable homicide conviction, arguing he should’ve been convicted of murder.
The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) appealed the athlete's culpable homicide conviction, arguing that he should have been convicted of murder.
Pistorius shot and killed his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp on Valentine's Day two years ago.
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He was recently released under house arrest after spending a year in prison.
WATCH: Pistorius family spokesperson Anneliese Burgess made a short statement outside the home of Oscar Pistorius's uncle, where the Paralympian is currently under correctional supervision.
A senior official at the SCA has told Eyewitness News that the Pistorius judgment has already been written up.
It's now for the judges to meet one last time, to discuss it before it's handed down.
The officials believe that this will probably happen before the end of the week.
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The court goes into recess today, but the judges are committed to ensuring this matter is dealt with.
As is customary, one of the judges will only read the order into the record, the full judgment will be distributed to the relevant parties.
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