Mother Teresa, the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize laureate, says it is "God's will" that she work in South Africa among destitute blacks, the Johannesburg Star said Saturday. In a telephone interview with the Star, Mother Teresa said she and four other nuns of mixed races would open a house later this year in the region north of Pretoria. She won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979 for her work among the poor of India, including opening a house for the dying and destitute. The area where she plans to open the house, known as the Winterveld, has few schools, high unemployment and sparse facilities such as running water and electricity.