Tutu disappointed with ANC leadership
Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu has again expressed disillusionment in the leadership of the ANC.
CAPE TOWN - Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu has again expressed disillusionment in the leadership of the ANC.
Tutu held a briefing at Saint George's Cathedral in Cape Town last night where he spoke about South Africa's democracy over the past two decades.
Tutu said he was disappointed with the ruling party.
"I have sought to support a party that would be as close as possible to the type of things we'd love to see and on the whole the ANC was that."
Last month, clerics including Tutu, said President Jacob Zuma has a duty to answer South Africans' concerns about Nkandla.
They attended a vigil at St George's Cathedral where they praised Public Protector Thuli Madonsela's findings in a report on the more than R200 million spent on upgrades to Zuma's KwaZulu-Natal homestead.
Madonsela's report calls on the president to pay back some of the money spent on his lavish homestead, account to Parliament and discipline his ministers.