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Africans saying 'enough is enough'

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Leading anti-apartheid campaigner Archbishop Desmond Tutu, a Nobel Prize-winner, has attacked the way western governments were complicit in the corruption that has done so much to keep millions of people poor.

He discusses his hope that Africa is beginning to turn its back on its repressive regimes and to see the prosperity that comes from accountable government.

This is an extended version of the broadcast interview.

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