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‘We looked up to him’: South Africa begins week of mourning for Desmond Tutu

The beloved anti-apartheid icon will lie in state for two days in Cape Town before a funeral on 1 January

South Africa has started a week of mourning events for anti-apartheid icon Archbishop Desmond Tutu, described as the country’s moral compass, as tributes poured in from across the world.

Tutu, who died on Sunday aged 90, had largely faded from public life in recent years but was remembered for his easy humour and characteristic smile – and above all his fight against injustices of all colours.

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