Desmond Tutu, South Africa’s anti-apartheid icon, Nobel Peace Prize winner and a person dubbed the nation’s “ethical compass,” celebrated his ninetieth birthday Thursday with a uncommon public look.
The jovial Tutu, who has lengthy spoken out towards injustice, attended a particular thanksgiving service at St. George’s Cathedral in Cape City, the place he was named South Africa’s first black Anglican archbishop.
The service started with a rendition of “Comfortable Birthday.”
Tutu, who appeared wholesome and wore his purple shirt and white collar underneath a black go well with, waved from a wheelchair.
He sat subsequent to Leah, his spouse of 66 years.
Tributes and effectively needs for the anti-apartheid icon have poured in from presidents, people and organizations around the globe.