Custodians Officer recommends house arrest for Pistorius

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Joel Maringa, a social worker for the Office of Correctional Services, has recommended that Oscar Pistorius be held under house arrest for three years. Maringa said Pistorius could stay at his uncle's house in Pretoria because his behaviour is "socially acceptable", while doing 16 hours a month of cleaning at a local hospital.

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