INTERVIEW | Archbishop Thabo Makgoba: ‘Tutu cried for those who stole money from God’s people’

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Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town, Thabo Makgoba, said Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu would be remembered for the way he loved, the way he laughed and the way he cried.

Nobel Peace Prize laureate Tutu - with whom Makgoba had a close relationship due to their work in the Anglican church - died on Sunday at the age of 90 in Cape Town. 

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