4 memorable powerful moments of Harry and Meghan's 3rd day in South Africa (photos)

4 memorable powerful moments of Harry and Meghan's 3rd day in South Africa (photos)

The Royals have been out and about in South Africa for three full days. Their trip has made worldwide headlines and the pictures have gone viral on social media.

YEN.com.gh gathered a few of the most memorable moments shared by Prince Harry and Meghan on day three.

1. Meghan meets with HIV/AIDS charity Mothers2Mothers

The Duchess met with @mothers2mothers, who train and employ women living with HIV as frontline health workers. She donated two large bags clothes.

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2. Meghan meets up with inspiring female entrepreneurs

The Duchess joined inspiring female entrepreneurs who shared their passion for ideas, technology and making a positive social impact. Each of the women shared amazing stories of how they started in business, the journey they’ve been on and successes and struggles.

3. Baby Archie meets Archbishop Desmond Tutu

The Duke and Duchess were honoured to introduce their son, Archie, to Archbishop Desmond Tutu and his daughter, Thandeka.


4. More special moments with the Arch and Archie

YEN.com.gh previously reported that Prince Harry and Meghan took their son, Archie, with them to meet Tutu and they posted a snap of the special meeting on their official Instagram page.

Meanwhile, of what has become popular as Ghana’s most 'powerful' deity, the Nogokpo shrine, evokes fear and leaves many skins crawling with shivers at the mere mention of the name. Despite being shrouded in mystery, Nogokpo, is a small village in the Volta region, Ghana, and connotes ''stay in peace''.

However, peace does not mean freedom; one cannot access the entire township freely because there are areas that individuals are not permitted to access wearing either shoes or sandals.

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