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Johannesburg — Apartheid will lead to revolution - Tutu
Bishop Desmond Tutu, the black churchman, warned Tuesday there would be revolution in South Africa unless apartheid was scrapped. Bishop Tutu, delivering his annual report as general secretary of the South African Council of Churches, said apartheid's violence was causing others to resort to violence.
''And unless apartheid is dismantled . . . we are doomed to destruction. . . . Our beautiful country will disintegrate into the chaos of lawlessness, violence, and revolution,'' he told the council's national congress here. Bishop Tutu is a persistent critic of the white-minority government and its policy of strict race-separation.