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Oscar Pistorius' family have issued a statement this evening, saying that it is a "unique, emotional and difficult time" for them.
Arnold Pistorius, uncle of Oscar Pistorius, said:
Today was the third day of Oscar Pistorius' bail hearing.
Today's twist centred on the police officer who gave evidence against Pistorius.
He was brought back into court, being investigated over accusations he opened fire on a minibus full of passengers.
ITV News' Africa Correspondent Rohit Kachroo reports:
Oscar Pistorius holds his head in his hands at today's bail hearing.
His defence lawyer Barry Roux told the BBC he expects the court to reach their bail decision tomorrow.
The South African police service have announced they will replace the lead police officer in the Oscar Pistorius prosecution case.
Police Commissioner Riah Phiyega said Detective Hilton Botha has now been replaced by a senior detective in the South African Police Service. Making the annoucement she said:
"This matter shall receive attention at a national level."
The bail hearing for Oscar Pistorius has been halted and will start again at 10am tomorrow, according to local media.
Carl Pistorius, who is sat in court behind his brother Oscar, has tweeted his annoyance at the claims made by the prosecution as the bail hearing goes into a third day.
Police in South Africa confirmed that the lead investigator in the murder case against Oscar Pistorius faces attempted murder charges himself over a 2011 shooting.
Detective Hilton Botha, who gave testimony in the hearing yesterday, has had the charges against him reinstated, according to police.
Prosecutors said they were unaware if the charges against Botha when they put him on the stand. Police spokesman Brigadier Neville Malila said the timing of the charges raise questions and he said he did not know how the prosecution's case will be affected.
Oscar Pistorius' defence lawyer Barry Roux told the BBC he expects the court to reach their bail decision tomorrow.
Oscar Pistorius has returned to court for the third day of his bail hearing. His defence team have arrived to argue why he should be released, and his family are seated.
The court is waiting for the Chief Magistrate Desmond Nair to arrive, according to local media.
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Police investigating Oscar Pistorius have taken their lead detective off the case after it emerged he is facing attempted murder charges.