JOHANNESBURG - The South African Human Rights Commission said the most effective way to respect the Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu's inheritance is for the world to keep supporting for harmony and great deeds.
The commission said Tutu was the encapsulation of common freedoms.
As accolades proceed, the commission's Chris Nissen said Tutu would have needed the world to keep staying the course.
"Desmond Tutu, the ecclesiastical overseer preeminent, the scholar, the individual who remained before poor people, that saved them from being necklaced, saying to us all today 'to help me out proceed with what I'm doing, what I did and keep talking what I talked, to go to the spots where poor people and defenseless are'."
Bad habit Chancellor Professor Mamokgethi Phakeng has, for the benefit of the University of Cape Town, honored the Arch.
"His words, his activities, particularly the delight he imparted to us, stay a wellspring of force that we can take advantage of for a long time into the future."
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