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Retired archbishop is being treated for a persistent infection.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu told a newspaper that he is "glad" Mandela is not alive, so that he and other deceased South Africans cannot see the current state of South Africa.
Desmond Tutu urges Yoweri Museveni not to sign harsh anti-gay bill.
The John Templeton Foundation says it has awarded South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu one of the world's leading religion prizes.
A South African foundation says retired archbishop Desmond Tutu has checked into a Cape Town hospital for treatment of a persistent infection.
Obama enjoys the rap of a boy with HIV in Cape Town.
Desmond Tutu ditches the African National Congress one year away from elections and the U.N. wants westerners to eat more bugs.
Retired Archbishop Desmond Tutu's foundation says the anti-apartheid hero was released from a hospital in Cape Town on Monday following five days of successful treatment for a persistent infection.
The NAACP, President Obama, Desmond Tutu, President Bill Clinton and more react to Nelson Mandela’s death on Twitter.
The U.S. continues deadly drone strikes, Desmond Tutu's home is burgled, 19 U.S. embassies and consulates remain closed and more.