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Deputy President Ramaphosa also took part in a short prayer session and Eucharist with relatives and friends of the Archbishop including his daughter the Rev Canon Mpho Tutu van Furth, son-in-law Mthunzi Gxashe, the Rev Keith de Vos, the Rev Joe Tyler and ANC Western Cape Provincial Secretary Faiez Jacobs.
Having lost two out of five children to infant mortality, for the Tutu family the consequences of discriminatory policies hit home in a very real way.
And given that the ballerina always comes first, the tutu is here to stay.
From the theological perspective of who God is and what God does, the Tutus move into socio-ethical, political and anthropological implications.
In 2004 Merthyr-born Julien was nominated for an Olivier award for the costumes he designed for Richard Alston Company's Shimmer but, he said, "designing a ballet tutu has always been a dream of mine".
Desmond Tutu notes, "The goal of human life is to live beyond the small, narrow prison of our own cares, wants, and worries.
Murphy, whose mother began making tutus for her when she was 11, says that they are sometimes a problem for men.
If you'd asked me when I was 18 or 19, I probably would have said no to tutus.
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Gorsky's Don Quixote is full of life and color, with wonderful character dancing; Grigorovich's Raymonda shows off our very fine female corps and is for those who like tutu ballets; and, of course, the new Romeo and Juliet, which has been an important step for us.