South Africans start week of national mourning for Archbishop Desmond Tutu

South Africa is beginning seven days of mourning for Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Desmond Tutu, who has died aged 90.
A series of events are being planned to mark his passing, including a state funeral on January 1.
He rose to prominence in the 1980s as an opponent of apartheid, during white minority rule.
Al Jazeera’s @Jillian Wolf reports from Cape Town, South Africa.
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