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.
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