By Karen Breytenbach
Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu is dismayed at the "ungenerous reparations" to victims of apartheid who appeared before the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) and has appealed to white businesses to contribute funding.
On Thursday night Tutu addressed an audience of TRC participants and local and foreign dignitaries, politicians, academics and media in the cavernous Whale Well in the Iziko South African Museum in Cape Town on the TRC's 10th anniversary.
His co-speaker and former TRC commissioner Yasmin Sooka said it was time for former president FW de Klerk to come forward and admit the apartheid state had engaged in criminality.
Tutu and Sooka both suggested the white business community contribute financially, as they had "profiteered while propping up the apartheid state".