Category Archives: South Africa

 

Prayers for Mandela: Healing or a`peaceful end’?

By Jeffrey Weiss, special to CNN (CNN) – Nelson Mandela belongs to the ages whether he lives another hour, day or decade. But in what may well be his final days, he’s focusing attention on a modern and yet very old question: When medical treatment can extend life interminably, what’s the right thing to ask […]

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Tutu wins Templeton Prize

By the CNN Wire Staff (CNN)–Archbishop Desmond Tutu, the Anglican cleric who played a key role in ending apartheid in South Africa, is the winner of the 2013 Templeton Prize, the foundation that awards the prize announced Thursday. The Templeton Prize “honors a living person who has made an exceptional contribution to affirming life’s spiritual [...]

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Dalai Lama scraps trip to South Africa; Tutu lashes out

Johannesburg (CNN) – Miffed by a visa delay that led the Dalai Lama to cancel a trip to South Africa, Archbishop Desmond Tutu lashed out at his government Tuesday, saying it had acted worse than apartheid regimes and had forgotten all that the nation stood for. "When we used to apply for passports under the [...]

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