A friend of Reeva Steenkamp is in court, distressed by the magistrate's summary of evidence. They are wearing black.
The magistrate wipes his brow. Oscar Pistorius' brother fans himself. It is hot and incredibly tense in here.
Pistorius is crying as the events of February 14 are outlined.
I am sitting next to Oscar Pistorius' coach of nine years, who said he is very anxious and is wearing a watch that the athlete gave him as a gift.
Pistorius is motionless - his eyes to the ground.
The magistrate suggests that photographers in court have treated Pistorius like "some kind of species the world has never seen before."
South African magistrate Desmond Nair will rule on whether Oscar Pistorius will be released on bail in the next few minutes.
Cameras are not allowed to record the judgement, South African channel EWN is streaming the audio from their YouTube channel. The judgement could take as long as an hour to deliver.
If Pistorius isn't granted bail his lawyers will directly appeal against the decision, according to local media.
The Pistorius family are sitting in front of a group of photographers. Oscar's father has shown composure and dignity. His son may be used to this, but he is not.
Understandably, Oscar's brother Carl looks very anxious. He leans forward and stares ahead as cameras flash.
Waiting for judgment on the bail hearing....
Oscar Pistorius' longtime coach Ampie Louw was in court today to hear the fourth day of arguments in his bail hearing.
Speaking to Africa Correspondent Rohit Kachroo he said he would like to get Pistorius back training as soon as possible, to help his mental state. He said:
"I believe strongly he will get bail. I wasn't there, but I believe in him as a person."
The decision will be announced at 12:30pm, UK time.
Pistorius submissions are now over. The result will be delivered at 1430 local time, or 1230pm UK time.
Pistorius is back in court. His eye are raw. His defence advocate will now responds to the prosecution's arguments.
The pace of proceedings is frustrating many relatives. It is not clear whether the bail decision will be today, Monday or some other time.