The long-running Oscar Pistorius ‘will he or won’t he get parole’ saga has taken another twist.
Pistorius is preparing to take authorities to court over their alleged failure to grant him a parole hearing. Those who deal with him regularly believe he’s ready to be released.
While there have been plenty of documentaries and series unpacking Oscar Pistorius’ fall from grace and Reeva’s death, ‘My Name is Reeva’ is the first to get her family’s seal of approval.
There have been plenty of documentaries and series unpacking Pistorius’ fall from grace and Reeva’s death. This is the first to get her family’s seal of approval.
Pistorius’ lawyer, Julian Knight, has accused the Steenkamps of deliberately slowing the parole process down.
In November last year, news broke that Oscar Pistorius was eligible for parole. His legal representation believes the process has stalled, while the Steenkamps contend that there was an “error in calculation”.
Reeva’s parents have made it clear multiple times over the past few years that they want Oscar to pay for what he did.
After the Supreme Court of Appeal corrected its ruling on Oscar’s sentence, he has actually been eligible for parole since July.
Pistorius’ parole hearing was originally scheduled to take place on October 27 and October 29.
When a new start-up cracks the news, it’s often referred to as ‘the Uber of’ whatever field it operates in. Concoct an elaborate story to cover up a murder, and you may just be dubbed the new Oscar Pistorius.
Mosa Ntsibande shot and killed his wife, Hlengiwe Msimango, in a case that lawyers argue bears a very striking resemblance to the that of Oscar Pistorius and Reeva Steenkamp.
Back in September, ESPN announced ‘The Life and Trials of Oscar Pistorius’, which had been several years in the making. Now it’s under fire for how it portrays the disgraced athlete’s life.
According to his former headteacher, Oscar has started smoking, cut down on exercise, grown a beard, and turned to God.
ESPN hit it out the park with ‘The Last Dance’, and now their ’30 for 30′ series has turned its attention towards Oscar Pistorius.
‘My Name Is Reeva’ is set to tell Steenkamp’s story “through the eyes of her loved ones”, with producers looking for a cool R40 million investment.
Depending on who you believe, William Riley Gaul either murdered his ex-girlfriend in cold blood or did so in error. Shades of Oscar Pretorius in this one.
End of the road for Oscar. FBI raid Trump’s lawyer. Fake Black Lives Matter FB page. Guptas want their plane back. World’s busiest airport. Man in hospital after eating pepper. Simpsons under attack. Topless Cosby protest. GoT ‘epic scene’. Blake trolls Ryan.
Last week Wednesday, Oscar Pistorius was taken for a medical checkup after he was involved in a brawl with another inmate. It’s just not going his way.
‘Oscar Pistorius: Blade Runner Killer’ hit our screens over the weekend. Yes it’s currently showing on DStv, but read this before you rush off to watch it.
Carl Pistorius has always been vocal in his support for his brother, but what’s up with the letterhead for the family’s latest official statement?
I’m sure there will be plenty of documentaries made about Oscar and Reeva in the years to come, but here’s a Lifetime movie due to air next month.
Having grabbed the world’s attention and dragged on for far longer than expected, the Oscar Pistorius case now approaches the final hurdle.
It’s been a year since Oscar was put away behind bars, and his name hasn’t been in the news for a while. Just how long does he have left behind bars?