Oscar Pistorius received bail pending sentencing for the murder of his girlfriend Rieva Steenkamp in February 2013.
Judges changed the sentence of the South African Olympic athlete from manslaughter to murder last week. The double amputee has already served a year in prison.
Oscar Pistorius, 29, faces a minimum sentence of 15 years in prison – to be determined after a hearing on April 18, 2016.
The Paralympic champion will also appeal his murder sentence in the Constitutional Court, his lawyer said.
The guarantee is set at 10,000 rand ($ 700). Oscar Pistorius was considered a non-existent flight risk by Judge Audrey Ledwaba.
He could remain under house arrest at his uncle’s home until next year’s sentence and will be tagged electronically. He must also hand in his passport.
Oscar Pistorius will be able to leave the house between 7 a.m. and noon, but will only be able to move within a 12-mile radius.
He is currently under house arrest after spending a year since his initial five-year prison sentence.
In his bail declaration, Oscar Pistorius said he had no income. During the hearing, his lawyer said he could only pay 10,000 rand for his bail.
Oscar Pistorius killed Reeva Stenkamp on Valentine’s Day after firing four times through a locked toilet door.
Last week, South Africa’s Supreme Court of Appeal in Bloemfontein accepted the prosecution’s arguments and ruled that the lower court had misapplied the concept of “dolus eventualis” – whether Oscar Pistorius knew death would be a likely result of his actions.