Maybe God also dwells in the small mercies of strangers, in the aha moments when humans connect deeply.
Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu is peacemaker and agitator, reconciler and activist. Here, his life as a revered "moral voice" in SA is discussed.
The jubilation bought about by the end of apartheid has caused us to stray from the path of reconciliation.
The Dalai Lama has lashed out at Zuma after authorities denied the spiritual leader entry to South Africa, accusing SA of 'bullying' him.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu has asked that all who believe in democracy support the people of Hong Kong in their bid for elections.
The legacy of the United Democratic Front in South Africa might serve as potential model for thinking about forms of Jewish-Palestinian solidarity.
Nobel Peace Laureates have asked President Jacob Zuma to guarantee the Dalai Lama entry to SA, saying a refusal could damage the image of the country.
The South African Jewish Board of Deputies said that the report likening Archbishop Desmond Tutu to Hitler and Stalin is a misuse of Jewish history.
An article in the South African Jewish report accuses Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu of "preying" on Israel, together with Hamas.
The international relations department said the Dalai Lama's visa application in India for entry to South Africa is now a closed matter.
Dirco has confirmed that the Tibetan spiritual leader has applied for an SA visa, but did not comment about the status of the application.
Transforming the Boks is about more than just politics – it could rejuvenate a jaded old boys' club.
After 20 years of democracy, Archbishop Desmond Tutu has decried the "tortoise pace" at which transformation is taking place in SA rugby.
Desmond Tutu is backing assisted dying and has asked his family not to prolong his life artificially.
We commemorate Freedom Day with this audio slideshow, featuring Desmond Tutu and newscasts and images from 1994’s historic elections.
Nelson Mandela's departure from office was a blow from which the commission never recovered.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu speaks frankly about elections, not voting for the ANC and the pain of not being asked to speak at Nelson Mandela's funeral.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu has warned that the CAR's struggles for power and resources has "degenerated into anarchy, hatred and ethnic cleansing".