Oscar Pistorius, the Paralympic star accused of his girlfriend's murder, has reported to correctional services as required by his bail terms, his spokeswoman said.
Lunice Johnston of Vuma Reputation Management said the double-amputee athlete had visited correctional officers in Pretoria but she was not told when or where. A big media contingent had gathered at Brooklyn police station in the South African capital on Monday morning to await Pistorius, but Johnston said it was no longer a police matter.
"The uncle, Arnold Pistorius, confirmed it is now a matter for correctional services, so Oscar has to report to correctional services authorities," she said. "I don't know where." Pistorius is staying at the home of his uncle in the affluent suburb of Waterkloof.