The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry and Meghan have landed in Cape Town for the first leg of their royal tour of South Africa.
They started off their tour in Nyanga at The Justice Desk Project - a non-government organisation that is supported by the Queen's Commonwealth Trust.
Eyewitness News reporter Petrus Botha says this is the first of 35 engagements scheduled for their tour in the country.
Botha shares more on The Justice Desk Project.
It is amazing work that they do there. They offer workshops and teach young children about rights, self-awareness, their safety and it even provides self-defence classes and female empowerment training.— Petrus Botha, Reporter - EWN
Once that finished, they are heading to town where they will visit the District Six Museum.— Petrus Botha, Reporter - EWN
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