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Tutu's Children

Episode 4: 'The baton has been passed'

As their fellowship comes to an end, we ask if the young Africans have been transformed into great leaders.

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Episode 4: Behind the scenes

A group task reveals how the young Africans handle precious resources.

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Episode 3: Getting to the heart of leadership

The 25 young Africans must prove that they can translate talk into real change.

In Pictures

Episode 3: Behind the scenes

With their mixed heritage and educational backgrounds, how representative are Tutu's Children of Africa?

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Ipeleng Selele: 'Africa's unheard women'

As the founder and CEO of a marketing firm, she knows her brands but will her image of the continent change?

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Buntu Siwisa: 'Helping all to have a voice'

If something is happening, this political analyst who has monitored elections across Africa will know about it.

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Julie Gichuru: 'Leadership without messiahs'

What can the chat show host reveal to the other leaders about the pressure of life in the public eye?

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Elijah Onyeagha: 'We are like a family'

Often the joker, this real estate executive keeps spirits high but can be deadly serious about succeeding in business.

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Emmanuel Ada Ogejuma: 'Driven to succeed'

Smooth talking and with a laid back personality, can this pharmacist keep a cool head on this leadership mission?

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Andrew Gache Mude: 'A good shepherd?'

This environmental scientist works to protect Kenyan families dependent on livestock farming and vulnerable to drought.

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Matthews Mtumbuka: 'Fighting poverty - fast'

Can this communications engineer help motivate his fellow Africans?

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Mark Miller: 'Africa's beacon of success'

Can the private banker help turn his continent's fortunes around?