Former Bosasa Chief Operations Officer (COO) Angelo Agrizzi has agreed to apologise for his racist remarks during a private conversation in his home with Gavin Watson’s children.
The hate speech case against former Bosasa Chief Operations Officer (COO), Angelo Agrizzi, resumes in the Randburg Magistrate’s Court sitting as the Equality Court in Johannesburg on Thursday.
The inquiry into the soci-economic conditions in Alexandra has reconvened in Johannesburg.
Gauteng’s new MEC of Health Bandile Masuku has confirmed that four people have been placed on special leave pending their suspension over the alleged ill-treatment of 76-year old Martha Marais.
The Human Rights Commission has agreed to try and negotiate a settlement agreement with former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi over his racist utterances.