#News24 ICYMI: Petrol price likely to go up; CPF volunteer takes a bullet for children; and why Vermeulen picked the Bulls

2019-01-29 18:09
Duane Vermeulen (Gallo Images)

Duane Vermeulen (Gallo Images)

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Angelo Agrizzi was ‘extremely offensive and totally unacceptable’ in racist rant, Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo told him, Helen Zille has been granted an interdict over Public Protector remedial action against her, and Absa CEO Maria Ramos to retire.

Here are today’s top stories:

Zondo on Agrizzi’s racist tirade: 'What you said was extremely offensive and totally unacceptable'

A recording of former Bosasa boss Angelo Agrizzi uttering a string of racist slurs, including the k-word, has been labelled as "extremely offensive and totally unacceptable" by Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo.

Zille granted interdict over Public Protector remedial action against her

An interdict has been granted by the Pretoria High Court on Tuesday against the implementation of the Public Protector’s remedial actions against Helen Zille for alleged ethics violations.

Community policing volunteer takes a bullet for kids caught in Cape Town gang shooting

A Mitchells Plain Community Policing Forum (MPCPF) volunteer was shot and wounded as she pushed a child to safety during a gang shooting on Monday night, the forum's deputy chairperson Ashely Potts has said.

Petrol price likely to go up in February - AA

The price of petrol is likely to go up and that of diesel down in February, according to the Automobile Association (AA).

Absa CEO Maria Ramos to retire

Absa Group Chief Executive Maria Ramos will retire at the end of February 2019 when she turns 60, the bank announced on Tuesday morning.

Duane: Why I picked Bulls above Stormers

Springbok No 8 Duane Vermeulen has explained why he opted to sign for the Bulls instead of the Stormers in this year's Super Rugby competition.

SA ranks 73rd in global corruption survey

South Africa ranked 73rd out of 180 countries that participated in a Transparency International (TI) survey - which ranks participating countries according to their perceived levels of corruption in the public sector.

This Scottish woman is constantly mistaken for Mariah Carey – and we can see why!

This woman’s dream came true when she was scouted to be a Mariah Carey tribute act performer.

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