'Tutu was not driven by politics, but by morality'

It was possibly the first signs of a rift between the Archbishop and the ANC

There is a certain irony at the ANC singing the praises of Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu after his death, because he had long given up on the governing party, with his frustration growing as our democracy grew older.

The ANC mourned his passing and described him as “an extraordinary South African”...

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