The royal couple brought with them their baby Archie for the 10-day trip. On Wednesday however, Prince Harry will travel alone onward to Botswana, Malawi and Angola.
The couple touched down in Cape Town, with their first official appearance being a visit to Justice Desk NGO on Monday afternoon at Nyanga, a township in Cape Town South Africa.
Here they interacted with the public and leadership of the organization, before being presented with a black hoodie with the words, “BE A VOICE FOR JUSTICE” printed on it.
A certificate was also presented to baby Archie by a member of the Nyanga community, bestowing upon him a a traditional Xhosa name.
“So we’ve given him the traditional South African name Ntsika,” the charity head said.
The name is pronounced as ‘Nt-si-ka’, and it means pillar of strength.
“May he always be a pillar of strength for those who need him,” added the charity head.