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Desmond Mpilo Tutu

Date of Birth: 7/10/1931


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Arms for oblivion

The exclusion of the Heath Unit was criticised by, amongst others, the Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town, Njongonkulu Ngungane, successor to Archbishop Desmond Tutu, another scourge of the government...


Military manoeuvres

There has been flak from church people, including Anglican Archbishop Njongonkulu Ndungane and his predecessor, Desmond Tutu...


Losing a peacemaker

Some European diplomats (and the rebels) have mentioned Archbishop Desmond Tutu, winner of a Nobel peace prize, but he is also in the running to help the peace process in Congo-K...


Spinning a pipeline

With Cameroonian human rights activist Samuel Nguiffo, Archbishop Desmond Tutu and the United States' Ethel Kennedy, Djiraibe calls for a moratorium on the project until the two governments establish accountable judicial frameworks...


Naming names

The Commission's head, retired Archbishop Desmond Tutu, responds that amnesty is the price of making the journey from apartheid to the 'rainbow nation' a peaceful one...


Hanging on

Mokhehle has been accused at South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission, chaired by Archbishop Desmond Tutu, of having been trained by the apartheid government's dirty-tricks department at Vlakplaas...


Holding out hope

The South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission, which began hearings in April, is intended, in the words of its Chairman, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, 'to give a chance to [victims of abuses in the apartheid era] to tell their story'...


Radio controlled

A campaign against plans to bring the BBC's much praised World Service under the centralised control of its domestic programme managers has won support from hundreds of British political and cultural figures, as well as the Dalai Lama, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, former Commonwealth Secretary General Sir Sridath Ramphal, former Ambassador to the United Nations David Hannay, violinist Y ehudi Menhuin and Nigerian writers Chinua Achebe, Ben Okri and Wole Soyinka...


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