Desmond Tutu's distinctive cackle cuts through the noisy clatter of cutlery at one of his favorite cafes.
The South African cleric is at the Scotch Coffee House, a highland-themed restaurant complete with tartan tablecloths and bagpipes that sits incongruously in downtown Cape Town, a short walk from St. George's Cathedral where he served as Anglican Archbishop for ten years.
He has just told a joke to friends who've joined him for breakfast in what has become a tradition of sorts after Friday Eucharist. A CNN production crew is also there filming him for an upcoming edition of Revealed. Read full article »