South Africa's Tutu: anti-apartheid hero who never stopped fighting for 'Rainbow Nation'

(Corrects slug) , (Reuters) -"Like falling in love" is how Archbishop Desmond Tutu described voting in South Africa's first democratic election in 1994, a remark that captured both his puckish humour and his profound emotions after decades fighting apartheid. Desmond Mpilo Tutu, the Nobel Peace laureate whose moral might permeated South African society during apartheid's darkest hours and into the unchartered territory of new democracy, has died, South Africa's presidency said on Sunday. He was 90. The outspoken Tutu was considered the nation's conscience by both Black and white, an enduring t...