South Africa players sing the national anthem as they wear black armbands to mourn the death of anti-apartheid icon Archbishop Desmond Tutu. Photo: AFP
South Africa players sing the national anthem as they wear black armbands to mourn the death of anti-apartheid icon Archbishop Desmond Tutu. Photo: AFP

Desmond Tutu: ‘fantasy’ more than 30 years go as South Africa players wear black armbands and hold minute’s silence before India match for anti-apartheid icon

  • The former Archbishop was a key figure in the fight against racist policies and was seen as the country’s moral compass even after apartheid was lifted
  • Tutu, who has been hospitalised regularly since 2015 with prostate cancer, died on Sunday morning at the age of 90

Topic |   ICC (International Cricket Council)
South Africa players sing the national anthem as they wear black armbands to mourn the death of anti-apartheid icon Archbishop Desmond Tutu. Photo: AFP
South Africa players sing the national anthem as they wear black armbands to mourn the death of anti-apartheid icon Archbishop Desmond Tutu. Photo: AFP
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