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Archbishop Tutu: Mam’ Winnie rest in peace and rise in glory

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela was for many years a defining symbol of the struggle against apartheid.

Man accuses the Anglican Church of ‘silencing’ sexual abuse

A 52-year-old says the church wouldn’t investigate but, with the help of the dean of St George’s Cathedral, he faced his abuser

Supreme Court of Appeals overturns ruling allowing “assisted dying”

In 2015, the High Court granted a terminally ill man, Robin Stransham-Ford, the right to die with dignity by way of euthanasia.

Extraordinary Life: Archbishop Desmond Tutu in conversation with satirist Deep Fried Man

Musical comedian and satirist Deep Fried Man – aka Daniel Friedman – and Tutu’s former press secretary John Allen champion The Arch in this podcast.

How black and white conspire against SA’s nationhood

A new book paints Africans as lacking agency in a post-apartheid vortex of structural racism.

[Archives] Desmond Tutu, archbishop of the world

The priest is a humble man who boldly took on the apartheid state and still fights for justice, writes Tinyiko Maluleke.

Tutu pleads with Uganda’s president on controversial Bill

Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu has pleaded with Uganda's president to use the debate on the Anti-Homosexuality Bill to strengthen human rights.

Blair calls for open-mindedness at leadership summit

Tony Blair has delivered a speech on the need for innovation while poking fun at Archbishop Desmond Tutu's refusal to attend the leadership summit.

Women must banish men to the margins, Tutu tells Davos

Archbishop Desmond Tutu has warned the world's elite that it is time for women to seize control of the world and sort out the mess men have made.

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