Steenkamp's mother meets Pistorius for the first time at her daughter's murder trial on 03 March, the report added.
According to the Daily Express, Reeva's mother June Steenkamp said that she 'really' wanted to 'look' in Pistorius' eye and see for herself the truth about what he did to her daughter.
June further added that she had only spoken once over the phone to Pistorius when Reeva called her from Pistorius' car and asked June to tell him to 'drive more slowly'.
June also said that she asked her daughter to give the phone to Pistorius and then warned him that if he 'hurt' her 'baby' she would 'wipe him out' adding that she was 'desperate' to keep Reeva safe, as she could not bare to think that her daughter's life was in danger at Pistorius' hands, the report added.
The Paralympic runner will appear in court charged with the murder of his girlfriend Reeva at his home in Pretoria on Valentine's Day last year, mistaking her for an intruder according to him.