Tourism hosts Nelson Mandela Youth Summit, 11 to 12 Jul

2018 Nelson Mandela Youth Summit

In celebration of former President Nelson Mandela’s Centenary, the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund (the Fund) in collaboration with the Department of Tourism, the City of Ekurhuleni, the Human Rights Commission, Parliament and the Market photo workshop will host the 2018 Youth Summit in Cape Town � Western Cape.

Themed – A Mandela in Every Generation, the Summit will afford youth from across the country a platform to deliberate with business, political and community leaders on the socio-economic issues affecting their generation, and their contribution in building better communities.

Founded on the ideals of former President Nelson Mandela of social justice, freedom of expression and economic empowerment � the annual Youth Summit ensures that the views and aspirations of young people, aged between 12 and 25, are heard and considered by the structures that formulate our country’s policies.

The Youth Summit will culminate with a tourism day – where the youth will visit iconic tourism sites in the Western Cape and retrace Nelson Mandela’s footprints in his quest for democracy.

Some of the key delegates attending the Youth Summit are as follows:

Mr. Derek Hanekom: Minister of Tourism

Ms. Sibongile Mkhabela: CEO � Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund

Ms Angie Makwetla: Human Rights Commission

Judge Jennifer Yvonne Mokgoro: Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund Board Chair

Ms. Kgodiso Mokonyane: Efeng Bacha & Youth Board Member of the Fund

Ms. Basetsana Kumalo: Travel with Flair

Source: Government of South Africa

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