Anglican Archbishop Thabo Makgoba on Sunday called for Cape Town International Airport to be named after late Archbishop Desmond Tutu. News24 reports that Makgoba also called on South Africans to use Tutu’s legacy to turn the page, saying: “let us live as simply as he lived, exemplified by his pine coffin with rope handles”. “Let those of us who have resources pull in our belts that others can eat enough to fill their stomachs. Let us reorder our society to end inequality and create equal opportunities for all. And why don’t we rename the Cape Town International Airport the Desmond Mpilo Tutu International Airport?”.
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