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Desmond Tutu: why I won't vote ANC

By David Smith

25 Apr 2014 · 3 min read

Retired archbishop Desmond Tutu has spoken of his pain at being snubbed by organisers of Nelson Mandela's funeral last year as his relationship with South Africa's dominant party continues to sour.

Tutu, who like Mandela won the Nobel peace prize as a leader of the struggle against racial apartheid, will be out in the cold again on Sunday when official events are held to mark the 20th anniversary of the country's first multiracial election.

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