Tutu Criticizes S. Africa's Economic Policies Desmond Tutu, Nobel peace laureate and retired archbishop, is challenging South Africa's affirmative action programs. Tutu says the ruling African National Congress' policies only benefit a small black elite and do not do enough to life ordinary citizens out of poverty. NPR's Jason Beaubien reports.
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Tutu Criticizes S. Africa's Economic Policies

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Tutu Criticizes S. Africa's Economic Policies

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Tutu Criticizes S. Africa's Economic Policies

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Desmond Tutu, Nobel peace laureate and retired archbishop, is challenging South Africa's affirmative action programs. Tutu says the ruling African National Congress' policies only benefit a small black elite and do not do enough to life ordinary citizens out of poverty. NPR's Jason Beaubien reports.