Sunday, December 4, 2011

Charles, Prince of Wales in the Gulf States, and South Africa

Nov 1st (Day 1)


-Prince Charles met with Kuwait's Prime Minister Sheikh Nasser Mohammed Al Sabah, right, in Bayan Palace, Bayan, Kuwait, during a two-day state visit on Tuesday Nov 1, 2011. The state-run KUNA news agency says Prince Charles arrived to Kuwait on Monday with a delegation that includes his private secretary for foreign and Commonwealth affairs, Clive Alderton.

Nov 2 (Day 2)
-Arrival in South Africa

Nov 3 (Day 3)

-The Royals met with Former South African Presient Nelson Mandela's wife at the Nelson Mandela Foundation office in Johannesburg.
-Camilla showing off a traditonal Zulu headdress while visiting the township of Soweto
-Charles, Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall  ended a busy day of engagements by meeting Acting President Kgalema Motlanthe in Pretoria, South Africa.

Nov 4 (Day 4)

 -The future monarchs took a tour of the Nelson Mandela Foundation , and visited the  Potters House Refuge.

November 6 (Day 5)

-The Royal pair  arrived in Tanzania, where they were greeted by President Jakaya Kikwete of Tanzania watch traditional dancers

November 7 (Day 6)


-They visited the Wateraid Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Project in Feri Suburb, Kigambon, where they met with village school children. Then Charles, Prince of Wales inspected the troops during the 50th anniversary of their independence. While her husband was inspecting the troops, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall was busy visiting the WAMA Foundation and Read International.

Nov 8 (Day 7)


-Prince Charles visited the State house and chatted with Zanzibar President Dr Ali Mohamed Shein.
-The Royal Couple visited the Wonder Workshop  and attend a State Dinner given by the President of  Tanzania.

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