We are delighted to announce a list of some of South Africa’s most prominent figures among our speakers and guests for our South Africa Tour.

Political Tours examines Nelson Mandela's legacy
18 years after the end of apartheid Political Tours examines Nelson Mandela’s legacy and asks if the ANC has met the needs of ordinary South Africans.8

It will run between January 19th and 27th, and will be led by Peter Sullivan, the former editor of The Star and Group Editor of the Independent Newspapers SA. He’s one of South Africa’s best known journalist and thanks to him we have access to some of the country’s most senior politicians, businessmen and community leaders. Needless to say we will also be getting people’s boots dirty and examining key grass-roots issues.

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For further details contact Nicholas Wood at [email protected] or call him directly on +44 (0) 7855 266 151.

Meetings with key politicians and leaders, including:

His Majesty King Goodwill Zwelethini of the Zulu Kingdom Western Cape Premier,

Helen Zille Mayor of Cape Town,

Ann Bernstein, CEO of the think-tank the Centre for Development and Enterprise,

Mike Moriarty, Gauteng Democratic Alliance leader,

Kate O’Regan, Constitutional Court Judge,

Mike Solomon, Mining engineer and commentator,

Alan Dunn, Editor-in-chief of KZN’s Independent Newspaper group,

Don Ncube, ANC Sandton Branch chairman,

Dr Paul Davis of The Aurum Institute – (A medical research and management institute specialising in the treatment of TB and HIV-AIDS),

Denis Beckett, political commentator,

Peter Soal, MP, radio personality, diplomat and commentator

The tour starts in rural Kwa-Zulu Nata, and then moves on to Johannesburg and Cape Town, and is designed to look at how South Africa has faired since the end of apartheid.

Tour Highlights

  • Analysis of rural development,and home visits
  • A visit to Jacob Zuma’s extensive new compound
  • Tour of Soweto new and old
  • Visit to an SA mine – one of the key sectors of the economy
  • Visit to The South African Stock Exchange
  • Analysis of South Africa’s key problems from infrastructure to unemployment
  • Stay in some of South Africa’s best hotels and meals with a huge range of cuisine

The cost is £3200.00 and includes stays in some first rate hotels and meals in some great restaurants in South Africa.