A report in Nature magazine follows these scientists as they have uncovered in their works the massive diversities in the people. Tutu, the 1984 Nobel Peace laureate and former head of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa, found wonderful discoveries in his ancestry.
Tutu was used in the study to represent the Bantu who are traditionally farmers. But, it turns out that his ancestry included at least one woman was Bushmen. Bushmen are normally hunters and harvesters. (more…)