Roux is arguing that it's impossible to hear screaming while gun shots are being fired. Nel objects. Judge Masipa says advocate Roux can make that statement. Nel says it's not a fact.
Roux is asking why Burger didn't tell the police that there were screams during the shots. Burger says her statement was a few pages but in court she can give more detail.
Roux is focusing on a specific sentence from Burger's testimony. Nel argues that the sentence needs to be read in context with the rest of the paragraph from which it comes. Judge Masipa is getting involved.
Roux is now trying to get clarification on the timeline on screams versus shots. Roux says Burger's statement to the police doesn't match what she told the court yesterday. Nel objects, saying that the court has already discussed this portion of her statement.
Roux is trying to undermine Burger about what she knows firsthand, and what she knows from being told by the media.
Burger: When I heard those petrifying screams, there had to be someone threatening her life.
Roux returns to questioning Burger about her account of events. He's questioning how she knew there was an intruder in the house. Burger says it's because of how Reeva Steenkamp was screaming. She says someone had to be in the house threatening her, not just the thought of that happening as Pistorius says.
Judge Masipa says the issue is "very disturbing" and that if the media doesn't behave they won't be treated with "soft gloves." She says any photographs from anywhere, of any witness who doesn't want their face shown may not be used by the media.
Gerrie Nel explains what happened - that eNCA showed a photo of Michelle Burger while she was testifying which he says is a violation of the court order. Nel says eNCA asked earlier if they could use the photo and were told 'no'.
Judge Masipa has returned.
From the outlet that used Michelle Burger's photograph:
According to CNN's Nic Robertson outside the courthouse: South African news outlet eNCA has shown a still photo of Michelle Burger on television which they thought was allowed. They're getting clarification about whether that's true.
In case you're just joining us, court has briefly adjourned to investigate whether witness Michelle Burger's face is being shown on television as that would directly contradict a court order.
Gerrie Nel objects saying that Michelle Burger's face is being shown on television - directly against an court order. He asks for an adjournment. Judge Masipa agrees.
Roux asks Burger why she thinks Pistorius' version of events couldn't be true. She thought it was a robbery because of the way Reeva Steenkamp was screaming.
Judge Masipa says Burger needs to answer the question without giving an explanation, otherwise she could be in the witness box for the rest of the day.
State advocate Gerrie Nel objects and asks if we can move on. Nel says Burger has answered the question, the judge disagrees.
Roux and Burger are still disagreeing about whether or not she thought Pistorius was lying at his bail application hearing.
Burger is testifying in English.
Neighbor Michelle Burger is back on the stand. Pistorius' advocate Barry Roux will resume his cross examination. He says he's going to deal with two aspects today - credibility and reliability.
Here we go, the judge has arrived and court is back in session.
In theory, court should reconvene momentarily. Here's hoping for an on time start.
Day two of the trial against Oscar Pistorius will start in about an hour.
That's it for the day. Court will reconvene tomorrow at 9:30 a.m local time.
Now we're back to the "confusing evening" statement.
Burger says the night wasn't like any other evening, that it was abnormal. That's what she was trying to convey when she said it was a "confusing evening."
Roux says Burger appears to be having difficulty recalling the night after she heard the shots.
Roux is questioning how many screams Michell Burger heard. She says she heard screaming when she woke up, when her husband was on the balcony, and after they called security.