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Special Report Transcript Episode 87, Section 4, Time 41:30
There have been several potential crises and many moments where the credibility, even the very existence, of the Truth Commission was at threat. More often than not the priest to the nation, Chairperson of the Truth Commission, Desmond Tutu diffused these moments. Other prominent citizens could probably have done his job too but the Archbishop has given the Truth Commission that little extra in compassion and credibility. I spoke to Bishop Tutu earlier in the week about the last two years of Truth and Reconciliation. He also had an important message for the victims of the past.
Notes: Max du Preez
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