Oscar Pistorius' murder trial can be partly televised, says court
PRETORIA (AFP) - A South African judge ruled on Tuesday that most of Oscar Pistorius's trial for the 2013 murder of his girlfriend can be broadcast live, but not the Paralympian's own testimony.
Judge Dunstan Mlambo said cameras would be allowed "to obtain a video and audio recording" of opening arguments, the evidence of state witnesses, closing arguments and the verdict and sentencing.
But cameras will not be allowed to film Pistorius, witnesses for the defence, or anyone else who objects to appearing on camera, he added.
A live audio broadcast will be allowed throughout the trial, which is due to open on Monday.