Ndungane, A Lone Liberal Voice in Africa, Fights a New `Discrimination’

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c. 2006 Religion News Service CAPE TOWN, South Africa _ Twelve years ago, Anglican Archbishop Desmond Tutu successfully fought for the end of legalized racism in apartheid South Africa. Now, his successor, Archbishop Njongonkulu Ndungane, has turned his sights on his own church _ especially other African prelates with a newfound strength in the wider […]

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