Archbishop Desmond Tutu: The secrets of a peacemaker
The Nobel Peace Prize-winning bishop passed away in December 2021. Desmond Tutu is renowned as the voice of conscience and a scourge of the unjust, but in this interview from 2009, he confides to Gary Younge, it's a put on. The real Tutu is rather different. Here, they discuss his self-described obligation to humankind, how priesthood gave him crucial confidence and why his greatest weakness is wanting to be loved.
From The Guardian