Mpumelelo Mkhabela | Tutu would have lambasted Ramaphosa's govt, if it wasn't for his health

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Archbishop Desmond Tutu was born in 1931. Photo: Wessel Oosthuizen/Gallo Images
Archbishop Desmond Tutu was born in 1931. Photo: Wessel Oosthuizen/Gallo Images

Desmond Tutu was consistent in his moral politics regardless of who was in charge of the government. Mpumelelo Mkhabela writes he not only challenged the National Party, but also the ANC. 

There are three types of dead leaders. The first type consists of those who invoke a genuine sense of loss to a whole community or nation, or even the world. We could do with more of them. 

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