Wellington, Oct 29 - Convicted Oscar Pistorius would be welcomed by Brazilian Olympic and Paralympic organisers to compete at the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro if the double amputee athlete is declared eligible.
London, Oct 26 - Paralympic runner Oscar Pistorius has been branded as a pathetic figure by his deceased girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp's mother in her new book.
Reeva's mother June Steenkamp opened up about her daughter's relationship with Pistorius, saying that she was unmoved by a public apology from the man who was trying to save his own skin.
London, Oct 25 - Oscar Pistorius' deceased girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp's mother has claimed that the Paralympics runner would have shot someone else dead sooner of later.
June Steenkamp has claimed that Pistorius shot Reeva dead in a jealous rage, then finished her off with three more bullets so she couldn't tell the world what really happened.
London, Oct 21 - South Africa's prison service has reportedly denied allegations that they have a cell prepared for Paralympic runner Oscar Pistorius at one of the country's highest security jail ahead of the double amputee's expected sentencing on Tuesday.
Johannesburg, Oct 15 : The correctional services department has said that their centres can cater for disabled inmates as they lashed out at claims made during Paralympic runner Oscar Pistorius court proceedings that prisons in South Africa were unable to accommodate disabled prisoners.
Departmental spokesperson Mthunzi Mhaga said that their centres can cater for disabled inmates as they have some currently serving sentences.
Johannesburg, Oct 14 - The Institute for Secret Studies has said that the heightened security ahead of Paralympic runner Oscar Pistorius' sentencing in his murder case on Monday could have been because of security threats.
London, Oct 14 - Correctional authorities recommendation of a three-year house arrest for Paralympic runner Oscar Pistorius for killing his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp has left the prosecution livid.
Johannesburg, Sep 18 - The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) will not do any favours for 'Blade Runner' runner Oscar Pistorius, who awaits sentencing for the culpable homicide of Reeva Steenkamp, as IPC President Philip Craven has said that there has never been any intention to promote any reinstatement of any sort.
London, Sep 16 - The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) president Sir Philip Craven has claimed its stance on whether Oscar Pistorius would be free to compete again has been misinterpreted.
Wellington, Sep 16 - Paralympic runner Oscar Pistorius is reportedly free to compete for South Africa again, as long as the double amputee's running does not go against the judge's ruling in his murder trial.
Pistorius, who is due to be sentenced next month after being found guilty in the negligent killing of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, could compete at any time because the South African Olympic committee had no regulations preventing someone with a criminal record from representing the country.
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