What's the way forward for Oscar?

Oscar Pistorius has some legal options available to him following his culpable homicide verdict which was set aside for a murder charge at the SCA in Bloemfontein.

702's Xolani Gwala spoke to Professor of Law at UCT, David Unterhalter, about the legal avenues the paralympian can pursue.

Listen to the interview below:

Usually it has to be a legal issue which is of very great importance or where there's something so compelling about the case that the Constutional Court should hear it.

Prof David Unterhalter, UCT Law Professor

Xolani also spoke to EWN reporter, Barry Bateman, about the athlete's earlier court appearance and his chances of success in appealing the SCA ruling at the Constitutional Court.

Listen to the interview below:

...The SCA reconsidered the trial court's factual finding that he genuinely believed that his life was in danger.

Barry Bateman, EWN reporter

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