VZ: The only information I had on that matter was the phone call I received from Mr. Louw.
Nel: Can I send you across an article by Mr. Sullivan.
VZ: This article I have not read.
Nel: Okay, I am just going to deal with this article and see if you know what is in it. My lady, I handing this article in as XXX2.
Nel: In paragraph 4, if you just number the paragraph's yourself.
Nel: Do you know anything about the accused' unhappiness about this?
VZ: I was aware of this and that OP was upset about this. As far as I can recall, I was not at the Beijing games or Olympics. Once they are part of the South African team, I have very little to do with these athletes.
VZ: I have very little access to my athletes. It is often that I will get information second hand after an incident has happened.
Nel: You never heard that he was constantly screaming in anger on the phone?
VZ: As I said yesterday, I received a call from Mr. Louw informing me that they were moving OP to another room. I was very busy at that stage arranging functions for OP for after the Olympics.
VZ: I did see last night that on Twitter, Mr. Fourie stated that he asked to be moved to another room not because of OP.
Nel: Now that we are on that subject, have you spoken to anybody since testifying yesterday?
VZ: No, I did receive emails from my colleagues overseas yesterday.
Nel: Is it correct that the accused wrote a letter to Miss. Taylor asking her to go with him to London?
Nel: Did you not phone her mother, trying to arrange for them to go with to London?
Nel: I sit with a letter form the accused written to Miss. Taylor.
Nel: It is a long letter, it might become relevant for other witnesses. But let us just go to page 4, please.
Nel: Will you follow, in the first paragraph. Line 8 from the top.
Nel: "that is not fair on you, you have never given me a reason not to trust you. When I asked you to join me, I was so excited to tell you. I had asked Piet to find you a ticket last week"
VZ: I cannot say, I cannot recall having to source a ticket for her.
Nel: If he asked you, you would have remembered?
VZ: Probably. I cannot recall.
Nel: Next paragraph. " I don't even feel like going to London if you cannot go with me"
Nel: If he refers to going to London, what does he mean?
VZ: Either Para-Olympic games or Olympic games.
Nel: If one goes through this whole letter, as far as he was concerned he was in love with Miss. Taylor. Did you now know that?
VZ: I did. On the few occasions that I saw them together, I could see he was in love with her.
Nel: On the last paragraph, "It took me a long time to admit it to myself that I was in love with you Sam"
Nel: The regular reference to this arrangement, how did you not know about it?
Nel: Or it is only that you want to remember that he only invited RS?