The royals visited Tembisa, a township in Johannesburg, on Wednesday and arrived holding hands. They then met with young entrepreneurs and learned about youth employment services in South Africa. For instance, the couple met Chef Mish—a local master chef—who spoke to them about his local catering business and café. They also attended a training session that helps young people acquire new skills and find jobs. In addition, the dynamic duo met with Moss, who grows organic produce in the township, and with the women of Blossom Care Solutions—an organization that creates sanitary pads for women in the community.
At one point, the duke made a short speech in which he spoke about the youth employment services hub and announced the U.K.'s donation of £8 million for a "Skills for Prosperity" program.