Former Bosasa chief Angelo Agrizzi and the SA Human Rights Commission have asked the Equality Court to give them time to discuss the possible settlement of their dispute outside of court and to explore resolutions. Agrizzi's testimony at the Zondo Commission of Inquiry into state capture was overshadowed by a clip that revealed a racist tirade by Agrizzi who was secretly recorded during a meeting at his Fourways home talking about black directors of the controversial company.
Agrizzi's Legal Team Seeks to Settle Slur Dispute Outside of Court
News24Wire, 29 May 2019
Former Bosasa COO Angelo Agrizzi and the SA Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) have asked the Equality Court to give them time to discuss the possible settlement of their dispute… Read more »
Video screenshot of former Bosasa chief Angelo Agrizzi at the Zondo Commission of Inquiry (file photo).
'The Truth Is Eventually Going to Come Out' - Agrizzi Comments On K-Word Audio Clip
"The truth is eventually going to come out about how it (the recording) was disseminated and why it was disseminated." Read more »
Agrizzi K-Word Recording Off to Equality Court
News24Wire, 28 May 2019
Former Bosasa chief operating officer (COO) Angelo Agrizzi is to appear in the Equality Court on Wednesday to face hate speech allegations related to a recording containing… Read more »
The final day of initial testimony by former Bosasa boss Angelo Agrizzi at South Africa's inquiry into state capture was overshadowed by a clip that revealed a racist tirade. ... Read more »
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