Nel confirms that the three-page statement was given by Baba and enters it into evidence.
Nel doesn't seem to have copies of Baba's second statement. Roux says he does and hands them over.
Roux says he has no further questions. State advocate Gerrie Nel re-examines. He asks if Baba gave any additional statements to police. Baba says he spoke to police captain van Aardt.
Roux shows Baba his statement to police. Baba's statement says he asked Mr. Pistorius if everything was fine. Pistorius told him that he was fine.
Baba says he gave a statement to the police at about 1 p.m. on February 14, 2013. Roux asks if the gave the statement to Hilton Botha, Baba says he doesn't remember.
Baba says Pistorius told him "everything is fine." Roux says Pistorius was saying that HE was fine. Baba says, "what I just told the court is the truth."
Baba is adamant that he called Pistorius first and that Pistorius told him "everything is fine."
Baba says he doesn't understand Roux's question.
Roux has another document - analysis by the state - that shows that Pistorius called security first. Baba says he's not certain of Pistorius' cell phone number. Roux says the evidence is from the state and that he can be assured it's the correct number.
Roux is being very deliberate with Baba. He's walking through the phone records line by line and explaining what they're looking at. The questioning is slow because everything needs to be translated into Afrikaans and back to English.
Roux asks that the phone records be excluded from evidence released to the media since they contain phone records.
Roux says Pistorius' outgoing phone records combined with the security phone's incoming call records show that Pistorius called security first.
Roux says that at 3:22 a.m. Baba called Pistorius back. Baba says that he called Pistorius first.
The record shows that Pistorius called the phone at 3:21 a.m. The call lasted 9 seconds. Roux says Pistorius couldn't speak, he was just crying. Baba concurs.
Roux also has the phone records for security's cell phone.
Dr. Stipp testified that he didn't get through to security the first time he called, however phone records show that the call lasted 16 seconds and Baba says he definitely spoke to Dr. Stipp.
The records show that Dr. Stipp called security 3:15 a.m.
At 3:16 a.m., two phone calls were made to the security guards from another neighbor.
The records show incoming phone calls to the land line for the security guards.
Roux is entering some phone records into evidence.
Roux asks about phone calls that were made the night Reeva Steenkamp died.
With that, Pieter Baba is back on the stand being cross-examined by Pistorius lawyer Barry Roux.
Judge Masipa says that photographs of witnesses who are public figures may be printed after they have finished testifying. Photographs of witnesses who object to being on camera and who are private citizens may only be published when the trial is over.
Some housekeeping to start the day. Masipa is clarifying her order to the media not to print/publish/broadcast photographs of witnesses who object to testifying on camera.
Court is back in session. Judge Masipa is addressing the court.
See you back here on Monday morning.
Baba seems to be a bit anxious. Roux asks if the court can adjourn for the day and Judge Masipa agrees. Nel asks if court could convene at 10 a.m. instead of 9:30 because "Monday has its own character." Roux says he's fine starting at 9:30 and the state can join at 10. The gallery laughs. Masipa rules court will start at 9:30 a.m. Monday morning.
Roux says we'll deal with that on Monday.
Roux asks if Baba remembers making a statement to the police on February 14 at about 1 p.m. Baba remembers. He told the police that Mr. Pistorius told him "security, everything is fine." Roux says Pistorius said "I'm OK." Baba says no, Pistorius said that "everything is OK."
Roux asks that on Monday a list of all the calls be made available.
Roux says that on Monday he'll show that Mr. Pistorius made a call to the security cell phone number at 3:21 a.m. Baba says that was the time when Pistorius was crying into the phone but couldn't say anything.
Roux says Dr. Stipp called the land line number for the guards at 3:15. Baba says Stipp did call and told him that he'd heard gun shots.