Cape Town - Excitement is in the air for the Cape Town organisations that The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will visit during their trip to South Africa.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will embark on a ten-day tour to Southern Africa between Monday 23rd September and Wednesday 2nd October, which will also serve as their first official tour as a family.
The first day of the tour will begin in a township in Cape Town where Their Royal Highnesses will view a workshop that teaches children about their rights, self-awareness and safety and which provides self-defence classes and female empowerment training to young girls in the community.
The royals will later tour the District Six Museum to learn about their work to reunite members of the community forcibly relocated during the apartheid era. The Duke and Duchess will also join a community cooking activity with former residents of District Six at the nearby Homecoming Centre.
Director of the District Six Museum, Bonita Bennett didn't reveal much but said: "We are just shining our shoes and dusting off our hats for the royals. We have a program that we busy finalising, and then we will share more information soon."