Sentencing was set down for 13-16 October.
Culpable Homicide is 'negligence' and carries a potential jail term of 15 years or a custodial sentence such as house arrest, with no prison time. Sentencing is at the discretion of the judge and yet to happen.
Pistorius GUILTY of culpable homicide
Judge finds Pistorius guilty of culpable homicide - equivalent to manslughter in British law.
She recaps that he has been acquitted of the two murder charges.
He is guilty of discharging a pistol negligently in a public place, but acquitted on the two other firearms charges.
The maximum sentence for culpable homicide in South African law is 15 years, but there is no minimum sentence. The maximum possible sentence for the firearms charge of which Pistorius is guilty is five years.
We are not expecting to hear a sentence handed down today, as both the defence and prosecution have the opportunity to make submissions to the judge before her she sentences the former Paralympian.
Pistorius in cells for first time since last February
Pistorius is being held in a cell while the court awaits a bail decision.
Judge adjourns til 1230 to decide on bail. OP remains in the dock, gets up to speak to the custody officer. Technically his bail is expired
Trevor Noah's take on the Pistorius verdict
The judge in the Oscar Pistorius trial has ruled out murder charges, but has left it to Friday to announce whether he is guilty of culpable homicide.
Judge Thokozile Masipa said prosecutors had failed to prove the Olympic athlete killed his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp deliberately in the toilet after a row, prompting tears from Mr Pistorius.
But she said he acted too hastily and his conduct had clearly been negligent.
Adjourning the trial, she said a reasonable person would not have fired.
Its lunch time but in the mean time...
PISTORIUS ACQUITTED OF MURDER
Paralympian Oscar Pistorius has been acquitted in the High Court in Pretoria of murdering his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
"The accused therefore cannot be found guilty of murder dolus eventualis [legal intent]... that however is not the end of the matter as culpable homicide is a competent verdict," said Judge Thokozile Masipa.
More verdicts to follow
Olympic track star Oscar Pistorius returns to court on Thursday for judgement in his murder trial. He is accused of killing his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp on Valentine's Day of 2013.
Whether found guilty or not guilty, the verdict in the six month trial could take up to 48 hours to be delivered.
Judge Thokozile Masipa will first recount and analyze the evidence given by each of the nearly 40 witnesses in the criminal case that captured considerable international attention.