As their fellowship comes to an end, we ask if the young Africans have been transformed into great leaders.
Desmond Tutu leads an experiment to build a network of inspirational leaders to tackle Africa’s most stubborn problems.
The 25 young Africans must prove that they can translate talk into real change.
The doctor helps poor women access affordable maternity services and understands the realities of African healthcare.
The Ugandan newspaper owner wants to learn the secrets of running a leadership course so he can one day do it himself.
Being the classic politician, Vincent Bagiire needs to find new ways to approach old problems of poverty and illiteracy.
The only course participant from an African island, he is working on enhancing the financial might of his country.
The young leaders have an emotional meeting with Desmond Tutu and are warned of the pitfalls of leading in Africa.
Femi Kuti, Kesang Marstrand and Chiro’s Band set the musical tone for Tutu’s Children.
A rare insight into a dynamic generation of Africans who may one day influence the fortunes of their continent.
Great leadership may be in short supply but an African experiment championed by Desmond Tutu offers hope for the future.
Even during the darkest days of apartheid, the archbishop remained certain that peace would prevail.
Musician Femi Kuti discusses pan-Africanism, the state of African leadership and the need to understand history.
The aim of the initiative is not to ‘teach’ leadership but to help bring out the fellows’ real instincts as leaders.
Meet those tasked with coaching the fellows on their journey towards becoming the inspirational leaders of the future.