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EXCERPT | Peter Storey's 'I beg to differ': The day Tutu and Storey almost died

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Cover of 'I beg to differ' (Supplied)
Cover of 'I beg to differ' (Supplied)

In the 1980's Peter Storey led the South African Council of Churches with Bishop Desmond Tutu when it was a fierce opponent of the apartheid state. In his memoir 'I beg to differ: Ministry amid the teargas', Storey gives details of when he and Tutu escaped an assassination attempt in Venda. Below is an excerpt from the book.

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