- The British Royals, Harry and Meghan, arrive in South Africa today
- They are expected to stay in the country for the next 10 days
- The South African government has assured the country that they will be safe
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, will arrive in Cape Town today. The government have assured the masses that they have pulled out all the stops to make sure the Royals are safe during their visit.
Minister of Tourism, Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane, said that a lot of work has been put into place to ensure top quality security.
The Royals will be in the country for 10 days and arrive in Cape Town on Monday. Several engagements have been arranged for the royal couple, including a visit to a local township in the Mother City. They have a total of 35 engagements on their itinerary.
The family will be welcomed by British High Commissioner to South Africa, Nigel Casey, who shared on social media that he was looking forward to the visit.
Meghan is expected to speak about the rising violence against women in South Africa. Prince Harry and Meghan will also learn about a project tackling rising unemployment.
They will be staying in the continent until 2 October. While the Duchess and Archie are scheduled to spend the duration of the trip in South Africa, Prince Harry will also tour Angola, Malawi and Botswana before being reunited with his family in Johannesburg.
It's not clear if South Africans will get a glimpse of the couple's five-month-old son, Archie, but there have been rumours that he might make a surprise appearance.
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