Nobel Winner Desmond Tutu Dies at 90, Led Fight Against South Africa’s Apartheid

Desmond Tutu, the Anglican archbishop who won the Nobel Peace Prize for fighting apartheid in South Africa, has died at age 90.

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa announced Tutu’s death on Sunday, as leaders around the world mourned the passing of an uncompromising voice for racial equality.

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South African Farmer Reports on What Is Really Happening in His Country Regarding Land Seizure

by Virginia Allen   When a recent report on the uncompensated seizure and redistribution of farmland held by white farmers in South Africa drew the concern of President Donald Trump, his South African counterpart told him to “stay out of our issues.” Subsequent reports have raised questions about how extensive the…

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